Westchester Loyalists , October 15,1784 Return : Tidd, John,Ensign - men 1,women 1, children 2 (source Cumberland County Gen Web)
United Empire Loyalist Claims, Report of the Bureau of Archives, Ontario Vol 2. Isaac Teed p-783-784 - New Claim of John Teed and wife Hannah late of N.Y Nov 2 1786. Sent Claim to Col. Delancy.Lived in Westchester,Joined British in 1777, joined Maj. Holland.Served all of the war except when Prisoner. Then served with Col. Delancy. Now settled at Ramsback(Remsheg) Lost a Negro who was given to wife by her uncle Isaac Covert, Claimant lived in Cortland Manor had 2 horses, 1 yoke of Oxen,4 Cows, 4 Cattle,16 Sheep. Left all these behind when he went away. They were taken by the Americans because he went into the British Lines. They sent his wife after him.Isaac Teed, Witness. John Teed Claimant
Crown Land Grants to Loyalists : John Tidd, Lot 55, Remsheg Grant,1784, 200 acres more or less (source, Crown Land Grants, Halifax, N.S)
15 June 1787, Deed from John Teed to John Brisband : Whereas the said John Tid for and consideration of 12 pds currency to him in hand the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged has granted bargained and sold certain lot of land known as Lot 55 Remsheg Grant, 200 acres more or less. Deed is signed by John Teed and Hannah Teed. (Registrar of Deeds , Amherst N.S.)
Note; There were other John and Jonathan Teeds and Tidds found later however it has been determined that This John and Hannah and their children and John's brother Isaac returned to Westchester after selling their property in 1787 You will note the various spelling of the name however that is just the way it was on the documents. He always signed his name John Teed.