In Reply,regards the Feasters; They indeed mix with my Arnette and Cullars.Where they meet up is sometime when a John Querns Arnette is in South Carolina before 1800.My Cullars family has Arnette, and Arnett.
Anyway, this is why I traced the Coleman's.. to find out where the Arnette had come from.. England or Maryland.
I believe, from Maryland.Near George Washington's land, was a place called Tilman's Fortune.It was a piece of land. It was an Arnette property.Possibly granted by the King of England.There is a Feasterville somewhere near Delaware, or in Maryland.
I have a record where a Feaster was witness on a document with a Savannah Collars in Wilkes County Ga.. around 1800 or so.I got into looking and saw Evans, Coleman, and Feasters from South Carolina.Anyway, I am aware of the German immigrants into Georgia, and the Switzers.That is interesting to read up about.
As for the exact lineage of Feaster/Pfitzer, I do not have the complete family.And, I really did not do a complete work on either Coleman, or Feaster.But, both families and the Arnette family are in Maryland, then SC, and Georgia at the same times.
On the internet is a Blog about The Stephens family. This involved John Querns Arnette some, and would have some information for you.It involved Catherine And Edward Arnette, so the person that was interested in the Stephens also dove into the Spears-Arnette family. http://ann-spears-arnett.blogspot.com/http://ann-spears-arnett.blogspot.com/
If you get onto her Genealogy Blog.. home-Page, it has the works she has done, and the Stephens bio.
I am not too familiar with Spears before they met up with these Arnette.
However, I think John Q. Arnette had another wife with the Roberts surname that he did not marry in SC.They had children as well.