Actually George Teators 2nd wife was not Easter Griffith, her name was Easter Fowler and she married Benjamin M Totten about 1786 on the Nolichucky settlement near Greene Tenn. George Teators bondsman in this marriage was his own son inlaw Samuel Griffith, Therefore the clerk recorded her as Griffith. You might want to read through my latest post on this forum the Purple Teters I have inserted the documents to prove the facts with scientific DNA evidence.
I have the original will of George Teator in my files
The Totten family Power of Attorney is on the post It explains who Easter truley was in the Fowler Documents.
If you notice on the Howard County 1830 census Samuel Teeter son used his middle intial P Parris most likely
whereas Lewis Teter was not on the families same page number and Craig or C is Missing. There was another Teeter family there, Frencch Canadians named Dethier which morphed into Teter and they too were intermarried with Samuel Teeters inlaws the Creasons a old French Huguenot family from Ancient New York.
George Teeter Jr abandeded his wife Mary Van Cleave and ran off to Missouri with a Indian girl named Polly Riddle.
See the compliant off Samuel Harris aginst George Teeter Jr on the post Purple Teters yesterday..
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