The Teter Teeter Teater display board with colors is very well created and most easy to read. Very good job.
I noticed between the F&I War era to the War of 1812 various Teter clans intermarried migrated and militaried mustered with certian families Almost established social indentifiable groups. Thought the researcher would gain something more in regards to roots also using Autosomal method.
The Burtons many intermarried with the KY Teaters are female lines from the Bollings. Two main groups claim alledge ect to be the correct lines of Thomas Rolfe. In the Y male DNA groups the part, Red Bolling claiming to be Red from Pochantus The Blue means fell out the blue with names of Pochantus tribe family names Matucha Metoaka ect, The Garrard Madison Clay Bollings Burton Teater families associated with early Bollings named Jesse Jeremiah John Justice Benjamin . Also sometimes known as Ridgeminites Malangos Dem Melunjins. Pushing the autosomal for the Bollings. Might tell if the the Reds are Red at all. Or the Blues who are documented Red- Indian, find a path to the Powhatons or not. Might also solve the articles in the Georgia Parris bible. George Parris and Indian or part Indian girls from the Chowanoke tribe, girl Elizabeth Hiter. Rhoda Parris Hohimer was called a Indian She came to Madison time of her husband Henry Hohimer John Totten and Robert Parris from Grenne Tenn. Her son George married a Totten girl and was brother inlaw of Parris M Teator. an His father Geo Teator was bondsman for the marriage of George Hohimer. So thought maybe the Teter DNA Project might want offer Autosomal as a extra. Might help clear some of the old mysteries.
Drapers are very interesting frontier families. A lot of them in Tenn are related to Sarah Teater and Samuel Griffith in Jackson Co area
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