1678 Tittertun, Mary 4 April 1678. 930 acres escheat land; formerly granted to Edward Titerton.
Book 1, page 24
Dated 16 January 1759
In the name of God amen: I William Teterton of the County of Tyrrel in the Province aforesaid being sick in body but of sound and desposing mind and memory thanks be to the Almighty do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner following first I recomment my soul to God my Maker and my body to be buried in a Christain like and decent manner at the duretion of my Executors and as to such worldly goods as it has pleased God to bestow upon me I give and despose of the same in manner following Viz.
First - I give and bequeath to my loving wife Elizabeth all my moveable Estate until the day of her death or marage and then to be divided among my children at my wifes duretion except the increase of my mare and it is my will and desire that my wife deliver them to my children as she breeds until every one of my children has one.
Item - I do constitute nomenate and appoint my frend Thomas Leary Executor and my loving wife Elizabeth Executrix of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoaking and disannulling all former and other Wills by me made in Witness wereof I have signed sealed and published this to be my last Will and Testament the 16th day of Janey. Ammo Dom 1759.
William (his -x- mark) Taterton
Signed sealed & Published
in the presence of us
Recorded by Fr. Ward Clerk
Secretary of State
Colony of North Carolina
Dated 14 March 1744/5
In the name of God Amen, the Fourtenth day of March 1744/5 I Thomas Evans of Terrill County & Province of North Carolina Planter, being very sick & weak in body, but of perfect mind & memory, Thanks be given unto God, Therefore calling unto mind ye mortality of my body & knowing that itt is appointed for all men once to die, do make & ordain this my Last will & Testament (that is to say) Principally & First of all I give & recommend my Soul into ye hands of God tht gave itt, and my body I recommend to ye Earth, to be buried in decent Christian burian att ye discretion of my Executors, nothing doubting but att ye Generall Resurrection I shall receive ye same again by ye Mighty Power of God, & as touching such worldly Estate wherewith itt hath pleased God to bless me in this Life, I give, demise & dispose of ye same in ye following manner and Form.
Imprimiss - I will give & bequeath to my loving mother Elonor Evans four caws & calfs, one five year old steer one bed & Furniture one Chest, two pewter dishes, tow plates, two pottle Basons, two porringers during her natural Life with ye priviledge of my house & plantation during ye said time.
Item - I give will & bequeath to Saml. Tetterton one cow & Calf
Item - I will give & bequeath to my beloved wife Mary Evans ye one third part of all my Estate after ye Legacies paid out & the other two thirds of my Estate to be equally divided between my five children Elizabeth, Mary, Catherine, Alic & Sarah Evans each to have a proportionable part
Item - I will & bequeath that after ye decease of my wife Mary ye land which I now live on with ye Plantation do fall to my youngest daughter Sarah Evans & provided ye sd. Sarah should die before inheritance to fall to my next youngest child in course.
Item - I will & bequeath what money I have by me to my wife Mary with riding horse.
Item - I likewise constitute make & ordain my wife Mary Evans, Samuel Durrance & Matthias Adams my Sole Execuors of this my Last will & Testament of all & Singular my lands & Estate and I do hereby utterly disallow, revoke, disannull all & every other former Testament wills Legacies and bequeasts & Executors by me in any ways before named, willed & bequeathed, rattifying and confirming this and no other to be my Last will & Testament in wittness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal the day & year afore written
Thomas (his -E- mark) Evans
Signed Sealed & Delivered
In presence of
John J. Walker
At a court held for sd. Count at ye Court House for the same on ye first Tuesday in June Dom. 1745.
Present His Majestices Justices
This record was found in the Overton Co., Tenn. deed books:
Deeds C, Page 219
George Teeter and Ester Teeter, his wife, late Ester Totten and former widow of Benjamin Totten, decd, George Hohemer and Easter Hohimer, late Ester Totten, James Totten, Joseph H. Totten, Parris Teeter and Richard Teeter, his wife, late Rebeccah Totten, children and legatees of Benjamin Totten, decd, appoint Benj. Totten our attorney, etc. Rebecca was the wife of Parris Teeter and Ester was the wife of George Teeter. 19 July 1813. Proved in Garrard County, Kentucky.
Will Book L page 511, papers 1503 GMR,
Timothy came to Kentucky about 1778 from North Carolina. Was probably the only member
of his family to come to Kentucky.
The Logan's were Scotch-Irish extraction. Buried in the Logan Cemetery on Kelly Ridge.
February 26,1780 Company of Captain John Allison under the command of Colonel John
Bowman, County of Kentucky County Virginia, also serving in the company were Samuel
Teater, Joseph Wray, Ambrose Ross, Thomas Dooley, early Garrard Countains.
Others include John Kelly, Charles Teater, Samuel Dunn, John Adams, John Willis, also
possibly connect to early Garrard. July 20 to August 21,1780 Captain Brisco's company as
part of an expedition across the Ohio against the Shawnee Indians. March 25th to June 1781
on duty guarding Bryant's Station following the attack there on March 25th when 12 men
July 1782 member of the detachment of Horse Man Rangers under Lt. Thomas Stevenson,
killed, served with Samuel Boone.
They ranged the frontier from Big Boone Lick to the Licking River by horseback for a period
of 30 days, a very dangerous assignment. It is shown by the Veterans Administration,
Washington , D.C., that Timothy Logan was born in Surry County, North Carolina.
He came to Kentucky before 1780. While residing in Garrard County, he enlisted at
Kennedy's Station in 1780,and served as an Indian Spy in Captain John Kennedy's
Company until August 1,1781, when he went under the same Captain in General Benjamin
Logan and Colonel George Roger's Clark's Expedition, and was in the battle at Pickway
Towns and served at Bryant's Station until peace was declared in 1783.
He was allowed a pension on his own application executed September 17,1835.
He was residing in Garrard County, Kentucky at the time. Pension Claim W.3700.
He died March 2,1848.
Timothy Logan came from North Carolina in the early settlement of Kentucky about 1778,
was a great Indian fighter, and caused many foe to bite the dust in his encounters with the
Savages. He was a farmer in the northeast part of Garrard County, was the only member of
his branch of the family who came to Kentucky and died at the age of 96. Most traditions
states that Timothy Logan came to Kentucky in the Fall of 1775 when Daniel Boone brought
his family to Boonesbrough. He had ran away from a step-mother he didn't like and moved
in with them while Daniel Boone was in Kentucky.
Tradition has it that Timothy was one of the bachelors who guarded the families on the trip
Father: Timothy LOGAN b: in Surry County, North Carolina
Father: Squire BOONE ,Jr. b: 16 OCT 1744 in New Britain,Berks County,Pennsylvania
Mother: Jane VAN CLEVE b: 16 OCT 1749 in New Jersey
Marriage 1 Sarah Sally BOONE b: ABT. 1760 in Garrard, Garrard County, Kentucky
Married: 1784 in Madison, Kentucky
John LOGAN b: 2 APR 1786 in Madison , Lincoln County, Kentucky
Mary Polly LOGAN b: 23 DEC 1787 in Madison , Lincoln County, Kentucky
Sarah LOGAN b: 1792 in Fayette County, Kentucky
Hugh LOGAN b: 1790 in Lancaster, Madison County, Kentucky
Elizabeth LOGAN b: 1785 in Madison ,Kentucky
1785 TAX LIST
GREENE CO. TENNESSEE
NOTE: Men had to be at LEAST 21 years of age to pay tax. If they owned no land they paid a poll tax only.
CAPTAIN HENRY CONWAY'S COMPANY
NAME LOCATION LAND-ACRES POLLS
Biggs, John Little Chuckey 200 1
Brock, Allen Nolichuckey River 200 1
Brock, George Nolichuckey River 200 1
Brumley, Thomas Little Sinking Cr 300 1
Brumley, William Little Sinking Cr 100 1
Burk, James 1
Click, William 1
Crawford, Robt On River 1
Crawford, Thomas 1
Edmonds, John Nolichuckey River 100 1
Egleston, David On Little Chuckey 500 1
Epperson, Joseph 1
Evans, Jonathan On Little Chuckey 500 1
Glass, John On Pigeon Cr 150 1
Goforth, William On Little Chuckey 200 1
Graham, Thomas On Pigeon Cr 200 1
Hall (Hail), Jonathan 1
Hall(Hail or Hale),
Hart, Thomas 1
Hitchcock, John On Little Chuckey 257 1
Johnston, John 1
Kilgore, Charles On Nolichuckey 300 1
McGill, James On Little Sinking Cr 200 1
On Pigeon Cr 100 1
McGill, William JR On Little Sinking Cr 200 1
McGill, William On Little Meadow Cr 300 1
Pate, John 1
Pate, Matthew On Nolichuckey River 375 1
Rankin, Thomas On Little Chuckey 150 1
Totten, Benjamin (Nolichuckey?) 1
Webb, Richard On Little Chuckey 150 1
Wilson, David On Little Chuckey 130 1
Wilson, John On Little Chuckey 170 1
Wilson, Joseph On Little Chuckey 300 1
Woods, Richard Greene Co.
Dick (Duck?) River
On Pigeon Cr 200 1 772 40 Teater Paris 80 Virginia pg00768.txt
770 40 Teater Patsy 18 Kentucky pg00768.txt
653 3 Teater R. T. 8 Kentucky pg00648.txt
773 1 Teater Rebecca 74 Tennessee pg00768.txt
Washington Co, VA Surveys, Page 277 - John PORTERFIELD - 150 ac. on a fork of Bakers Creek, waters of the Middle Fork of Holston River - Commissioners Certificate - granted to George TETOR - Beginning corner to Hugh JOHNSONS land - corner to Crose KEETONS land - February 13, 1785 - George TETOR - 150 ac. on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holston - 60 ac. surveyed on January 16, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770 - August 30, 1781 - Assigned to Daniel RILEY on October 9, 1783. Signed: George TETOR. Witness: Aaron LEWIS - Assigned to John PORTERFIELD on March 9, 1785. Signed: Daniel RILEY. Witness: Aaron LEWIS.
Call to Reverend Cummings
A call from the united congregations of Ebbing and Sinking Springs, on Holston's River, Fincastle County, to be presented to the Rev. Charles Cummings, minister of the Gospel, at the Rev'd Presbytery, of Hanover, when sitting at the Tinkling Spring: Worthey and Dear Sir: We being in very destitute circumstances for want of the ordinances of Christ's house statedly administered amongst us under distressing spiritual languishment, and multitudes perishing in our sins for want of the bread of life broken among us; our Sabbaths too much profaned, or at least wasted in melancholy silence at home; our hearts and hands discouraged; our spirits broken with our mournful condition, so that human language cannot sufficiently paint. Having had the happiness, by the good Providence of God, of enjoying part of your labors, to our abundant satisfaction, and being universally well satisfied by an experience of your ministerial abilities, piety, literature, prudence, and peculiar agreeableness of your qualifications to us in particular as a gospel minister. We do, worthey and dear sir, from our very hearts, and with the most cordial affection and unanimity, agree to call, invite and entreat you to undertake the office of a pastor among us, and the care and charge of our precious souls. And upon your accepting of this, our call, we do promise that we will receive the word of God from your mouth, attend on your ministry, instructions and reproofs, in public and private, and submit to the discipline which Christ has appointed in his church administered by you while regulated by the word of God, agreeably to our confession of faith and directory. And that you may give yourself up wholly to the important work of the ministry, we do hereby promise to pay unto you annually the sum of ninety pounds from the time of your accepting this, our call; and that we shall behave ourselves toward you with all that dutiful respect and affection that becomes a people towards their minister, using all means within our power to render your life comfortable and happy. We entreat you, worthey and dear sir, to have compassion upon us in this remote part of the world, and accept this our call and invitation to the pastoral charge of our precious and immortal souls, and we shall hold ourselves bound to pray. In witness whereof, we hereunto set our hands, this 5th day of January, 1773. George Blackburn, Halbert McClure, Robert Craig, Augustas Webb, William Blackburn, Arthur Blackburn, Joseph Black, Samuel Briggs, John Vance, Nathaniel Davis, Jonathan Douglas, Westley White, John Casey, Samuel Evans, Wm. Berry, James Dorchester, Benjamin Logan, Wm. Kennerdy, John Cuzeck, James Fulkerson, Robert Edminston, Andrew McFerrin, James Piper, Stephen Jordan, Thomas Berry, Samuel Hendrey, James Harrold, Alexander McLaughlin, Robert Trimble, John Patterson, Samuel Newell, James English, Wm. Maguaghy, James Gilmore, David Wilson, Richard More, David Dryden, John Lowery, David Craig, Thomas Ramsey, Wm. McNabb, Wm. Christian, Robert Gamble, Samuel Wilson, John Davis, Andrew Colville, Andrew Martin, Joseph Vance, Wm. Laster, Wm. Poagee, Samuel Buchanan, Joseph Laster, Wm. Young, John Berry, John Boyd, Robert Buchanan, Wm. Davison, James Berry, Robert Kirkman, Thomas Evans, James Young, Samuel Huston, Martin Prewitt, Wm. Marlor, John Sharp, Henry Cardwell, Nicholas Brodeston, Wm. Edmiston, John Long, George Adams, Andrew Miller, Thomas Edmiston, Robert Topp, George Buchanan, Alexander McNutt, John Beaty, John Hunt, James Dysart, Wm. Prewitt, David Beaty, Thomas Bayley, Wm. Miller, John McCutcher, George Teetor, David Gatewood, Andrew Leiper, James Berry, Michael Halfacre, Alexander Breckinridge, David Snodgrass, James Trimble, Stephen Cawood, George Clark, Daniel McCarmack, William Berry, James Gower, James Moulden, Frances Kincannon, Moses Buchanan, Robert Buchanan, Jr., Wm. Blanton, Joseph Snodgrass, David Carjon, Edward Jamison, Christopher Acklin, James Thompson, Samuel Buchanan, Richard Heggons, James Craig, Robert Denniston, Wm. Beats, John Laster, Josiah Gamble, Wm. Edmiston, Wm. McMillan, Hugh Johnson, John McNabb, Andrew Kincannon, John Kennerdy, Edward Pharis, Christopher Funkhouser, John Kelley, Robert Lamb, Samuel White, John Frankhouser, Sr., John Robinson, Thomas Rafferty, Thomas Montgomery, John Frankhouser, Jr., James Kincannon, Thomas Baker, Samuel Bell, Thomas Sharp, Margaret Edmiston, John Groce, John Campbell. We request the Rev. P. B., of Hanover, to present this, our call, to the Reverend Charles Cummings, minister of the gospel, and to concur in his acceptance of it, and we shall account ourselves happy in being your very obliged servants.
Washington 25, D.C.
File Number of Pension or Bounty Land Record: S 2813
Receipt No: 50280
In order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress, passed 7th June 1832
State of Tennessee
On this 29th day of September 1832, personally apeared in open Court before the worshipful David C. Hibbetts, Benj. H. Billings & James Foster, Esquire, justices of the Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions for said County of Wilson, now sitting, Thomas McSpaddin of the County of Wilson & State of Tennessee, aged Eight four years, who being first duly Sworn according to law, doth on his Oath make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the Acto of Congress, passed June 7th 1832.
1st. That he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers, and served as herein stated. Col. William Cambell of Virginia commanded the Regiment of the Virginia Militia to which he belonged, does not recollect the major; William Edmondson, Captin of the Company & thinks that John Lowry was Lieutenant of the Company to which he belonged. His best recollection is that Col. Cambell commanded a detachment of the Militia what was ordered out against the Shawnee Indians on Clinch River -- at which time, to wit:
in the Summer of the year 1777 he served a tour of two months in the militia under the officers above named -- they did not have a fight with the Indians that Camaign, Capt. Edmundson & his company pursued them as far as Sandy River, and judging from their trail & the freshess of the signs we had nearly overtaken the Indians & was prevented further pursuit after them in consequence of the sickess of George Teter whom we could not leave, & had not sufficient force to divide, for previous to his sicness the detachment had been divided & sent in different directions after the enemy;
Boon, George 2 4 6 10 39 B
Boon, Squire 0 0 0 5 0 C 1787 madison tax list
Teeter, George 0 1 3 8 18 A note 4 negro male slaves no family
Vancleve, Abigal 1 0 0 2 17 A one white male under 16
note here there 4 goerge teeters and 2 samuel teeters. one samuel capt samuel gibson teater the other the son of george and sarah.
the other 2 george teeters can only be george teeder tedder sr and his son george tedder jr fron dobbs n carolina. george tedder sr was son of george teeder of 1755 beaufort and rowan county
Teater, Nancy (Tater)Adams, Thomas C169Jan18 1826
Teater, SarahGriffith, Samuel47Jun12 1791
Teater, ThomasWhite, Rebecca28Dec29 1796
madison ky marriage book thomas teater was the son of thomas tettor. thomas tettor was the son of george teeder of beaufort and rowan county ,he was also the brother of george tedder jr of dobbs nc.