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Re: Lewis Craig Teter-Sally Powe
Posted by: Ace Maupin (ID *****4165) Date: October 31, 2011 at 12:18:49
In Reply to: Lewis Craig Teter-Sally Powe by carolyn l. stewart of 986


Good question?. But the Lewis Teter on the 1830 Howard Mo Census may have been a Frenchman originally named Lewis Detheir who settles in St Charles MO with many of George Teator of Kentuckys relatives. He is later found with George Teator KY son inlaw Samuel Griffith at Fort Hemstead
and it appears some of his family also intermarried with the Creasons as did the Kentucky line. There were also a Negro freed slaves Lewis Teter, White Mo Confedrate Lewis Teter and Cherokee Lewis Teter.


In the Name of God, Amen, I George Teter of Garrard County and State of Kentucky being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to God for the same, calling into mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men to once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament. That is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hand of all mighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the earth to buried in a decent Christian grave at the discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the final resurrection, I shall receive the same by the mighty power of God and as taking such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life, I give demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.
NB My Negro woman Milley at my death is to be her own free woman.
EXCERPT OF WILL OF SAMUEL TEETER.

In the name of God, Amen. This, the 7th day of May, in year of
our Lord 1845, I, Samuel Teeter, of Howard County, State of Missouri,
being in common health of good old age perfectly sound in mind and
memory first resign my soul to God and my body to the dust do
make this my will and testament. I give all my negroes to the legal
heirs to be equally divided Cexcept Philip, that is now free. Then the
lands and other property to be sold and then an equal divide among the
ten heirs two grandchildren, Ann Elizabeth Townsley and Henry- Clay
Daw Mary GrindstafT, Susannah Ray, John Teeter, Sarah Harris,
George P. Teeter, Robert Teeter, Garved Teeter, Elizabeth Hickam,
Charity Daw.
And lastly I do appoint David D. Stewart, Esq., late executor of this
my last will and testament, with full power and authority to execute.
I, Samuel Teeter, do hereby revoke all other wills-and
edge this my last will and testament.
Attest : c
Matthias N. Burckhartt,
Samuel Teeter,
Hamilton McCauley.

except Philip, that is now free

Persons listed as Colored Union Army 1863 Missouri
Teter [?], Mark Randolph MO Teter Lewis
Teters, Catherin Boone MO
Teters Lang19 MO Howard

NOTE George Teator freed one negro slave at his death 1815 Garrard KY her name was Milly
and she was called his own Negro Woman.
His son Samuel Teeter freed one known Negro slave named Phillip it appears Negro Phillip named a boy of his own Lewis Teter.

THEN NOTE BELOW A WHITE LEWIS TETER
"T"-Index to the Officers of Missouri Volunteers and Missouri State Militia

Teter, Lewis F. 2nd Lt. 25th MO Inf.

THEN THE CHEROKEE LEWIS TETER
Cherokee Lewis Teter is identified with one of George Teator of Kentucky G Grandsons
in the Cherokee Nation Caleb Conner

CENSUS YEAR: 1900 STATE: Indian Territory COUNTY: Cherokee Nation

61B 30 24 26B . . 11 11 Teter Lewis Head W M Feb 1854 46 M 12 . . . . Farmer 0 . yes yes yes O F F 27 . . . . . . . . . . .
61B 31 24 26B . . 11 11 Teter Alice Wife In F Feb 1869 31 M 12 5 4 Indian Territory Indian Territory Indian Territory . . . . . . yes yes yes . . . . Teter Allice Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee 7/8 . . . . . .
61B 32 24 26B . . 11 11 Teter Clara J. Daughter In F Apr 1891 9 S . . . Indian Territory Indian Territory . . . . . . . . . . . . . Teter Clara J. Cherokee White Cherokee 15/16 . . . . . .
61B 33 24 26B . . 11 11 Teter Myrtle Daughter In F Feb 1894 6 S . . . Indian Territory Indian Territory . . . . . . . . . . . . . Teter Myrtle Cherokee White Cherokee 15/16 . . . . . .
61B 34 24 26B . . 11 11 Teter Walter Son In M Feb 1896 4 S . . . Indian Territory Indian Territory . . . . . . . . . . . . . Teter Walter Cherokee White Cherokee 15/16 . . . . . .
61B 35 24 26B . . 11 11 Teter Edna Daughter In F Sept 1898 1 S . . . Indian Territory . .

Dawes: Index to the Final Rolls of the Citizens and Freedmen of
the Five Civilized Tribes, 1898-1914
200 - CALEB CONNER - M 68 2978

"T"-Index to the Officers of Missouri Volunteers and Missouri State Militia

Teter, Lewis F. 2nd Lt. 25th MO Inf. NOTE White Lewis Teter

1830 Howard Mo
Teters, Lewis, pg. 166 NOTE Teeters Ky usually insert middle intial the C IS missing here, and not same page with Samuel Teeter and son George P
Teters, G. P., pg. 181
Teters, Samuel, pg. 180

BOONE MO MARRIAGES
*

017 TETER Gerard CREASON Polly 02 Sep 1823

* William Riley Creason married Nancy Teeters
> May 1, 1845
> Marriage performed by Nathaniel Westerman, M. G.

NOTEA MANY PERSONS HERE ARE INLAWS OF GEORGE TEATOR AND SON SAAMUEL TEETER GARRARD KY
1817 Census Enumeration, St. Charles County,
Last Name First Name MI Male 45+ Male 18-45 Male -18 Female 14+ Female -14 Free Col. Male Free Col. Female Slaves 45+ Slaves 16-45 Slaves 10-16
Agee Mathew 1 3 1 1 3
Coats William 1 4 2 4
Coats William, Jr 1 1
Teter Benjamin 1 5 2 3 FOUND 1801 KY CENSUS
Boone Daniel 1
Boone Daniel M. 1 6 1 1 1 3
Boone John 1 1 1 1
Boone Nathan 1 4 4 2
Caton Jesse 1 1 1 4
Caton Jonas 1 1 1
Caton Noah 2 1 1
DeThier Dien 1 These people are french also morphed to teeter
DeThier Louis 1 1 maybe the other Lewis h
Howard Mo
DeThier Victor 1
DeThier 1

Ensign. 3d, Samuel Griffith,
* Lieutenant; Louis Deetre, Ensign.
* Residence, 1810, Fort Hempstead, , Missouri NOTE FRENCH Lewis Dethier is then Ensign Deetre with George Teator of Kentucky son inlaw Samuel Griffith

HISTORY OF BOONE MO.
* Military, 1812, , , Missouri, USA. 2 23 24
* 1812 at Fort Hempstead, MO.
[the area was in St. Charles County, then Howard in 1816, then Boone in 1820]
* It was during this war in July, 1812, that the first United States
recruiting office west of the Mississippi was opened at Ste. Genevieve
by Captain 0. Allen of the regular army, and that town made the
rendezvous for enlisted men.
In the fall of 1812 after the attack on "Ft. Bellevue" hostile
Saukees and Renards from the Rock river band and Winnebagoes
* Companies of Second Battalion: 1
* Ensign. 3d, Samuel Griffith,
* Lieutenant; Louis Deetre, Ensign.-------LEWIS TETER.
* Residence, 1810, Fort Hempstead, , Missouri, USA. 17
HISTORY OF HOWARD AND CHARITON COUNTIES. [page] 97
* James Creason. Solomon Teters.
John Creason. David Teters.
Peter Creason. John Teters.
William Creason. Isaac Thornton.


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