correction peraquimans was all part of ablemarle in the begining, john tedderton birth estimated 1640 arrived ablemarle 1660s Tettershall, William, Brittain's Bay, St. Mary's Co., 30th May, 1670; 25th June, 1670. To wife Anne, execx., “St. John's.” To dau. Mary and hrs., said plantation at death of wife afsd. To eld. son Lawrence, and hrs., said plantation should dau. Mary die without issue; also 450 A., “Tettershall's Gift,”; in Charles Co., and 100 A. at Nevitt's Ck. In event of death of both child. of testator without issue, estate to pass to eld. son (unnamed) and his hrs. of brother John Tettershall of Wiltshire, England, provided he or they come into the province within 2 yrs. after decease of testator.
therefore john who arrived in ablemarle could be this williams brother who lived in md, yet john tetter of ablemarle had a son mentioned as william who died in 1690 perquimans. at the same time edward titer lived in gloucester virg, st marys 1678 Sturdica, Thomas - 300 Sweatnam, Richard - 523 Taylor, William - 300 Taylor, William - 1300 Tennison, Justinian - 100 Tetherton, William - 300 Thomas, Hugh - 750 Tirkill, Thomas - 300 Turner, Nicolas - 900 Vander, Sargeant John - 400 William Tattershall married first Mary, and the two immigrated to Maryland in 1658 (Patents AB&H:23,Gibb). By 1661, Ann Lewger, had married Wm. Tattershall and had a Special Warrant from Lord Baltimore for 50 acres (Patents 4:618, Skordas) She was apparently the widow of Mr. John Lewger who had immigrated to Maryland in 1637 with wife Ann, son John and others. John Lewger was a member of the Governor's Council and Secreatary of the Province (Patents 1:17, 19, Skordas), and still living in 1651 (patents AB&H:150, ibid.). An accounting of the estate of William Fetershull [sic], St. Mary's County, was presented to the court on 12 Jun 1674 by his relict (widow), Ann Neall (Liber 1:19, Skinner) On 7 Feb 1764/5, Ann Neall, executrix of the will of Henry Neall, presented that estate accounting as well, with it including reference to "the said Ann Neall and her two (unnamed) children by Henry Neall (Liber 1:22) The nuncupative will of Henry Neale of New Towne, St. Mary's County was proved on 22 Jan 1672, and named wife Ann, son Henry, and referred to a possible unborn child