1761 - Augusta Co., VA "Palzer Smelzer" vs. Frederick "Stem" of New River.
The warrant was "kept off by force of arms". (Chronicles of the
Scotch Irish Settlement in Virginia Records of Augusta Co., VA 1745-1800
by Lyman Chalkley) (Note: Frederick Stern was a neighbor who in
1750 surveyed and in 1755 was granted land at mouth of New River and
Crab Creek. Stern sold his land in 1768 to George
Page 87 - 16th November, 1762. Richard Pearis and Rhoda, of Frederick County, to ALEXANDER BOYD, of the Virginia Regiment, £50, 1/2 of a tract containing -- acres in upper part of Dunger Bottom, conveyed by John Miller to said Richard Pearis and a certain John Smith, August, 1762. Delivered: Alex. Love, November, 1763.
Samuel Ferguson vs. Adam Jordan and Sarah.--Sarah said Samuel was a thief and a wizard (meaning he had a secret, sinful, wicked and unlawful communication and correspondence with the devil.
August Court, 1755.--Copy of order accepting the Court House.
and some nieghbors
Page 450.--16th April, 1757. Cap. Richard Pearis to Sarah Paris and
Margaret Pearis, £, love and goodwill; his daughters, slaves and other
personalty; to Sarah in case she marries with father's consent; to Margaret,
same condition (conveys one Indian wench named Pratchey. Delivered:
Cap. Peter Hog, December, 1770.
p.466, 9 May 1754, An Indian girl supposed of the Cataubo Nation remain in the hands of Robt. Pearis until further ordered.
iIt is established that George Teater lived on the land Crab Creek next Richard Pearis at Dungers Bottom. he married Sarah Pearis he served in the same units with Richard Pearis [fr in war] he named 2 boys Richard and Parris son William Parris Teater. the old debate is which Sarah the daughter of Rhoda.? was Rhoda a Indian or half Indian? was the Indian girl Prtatchey a Catatubo handed from Robert Pearis to Pichard baptized and given a christain name Sarah Pearis. the documents suggest George Teater married Sarah the daughter of Rhoda.
Rowan co nc. wills
1755 Will of Joseph Toops; no probate; brother John, all my estate; executor: George Smith, Charles Hunter; Witnesses: James Macay, Zubulan Stout. Debts owed by or to said Toops: John Finly, Benjamin Rowgerson, Thomas Evans, James Gill, Swearington, Richard Parris, James Dylon, Marmaduke Chaimbrell [Kimbrough], John Hamby, James Deason, Daniel Garrot, Edward King, Vallentine, William Adam, Wm Ridge, Scoton Davis, William Harrison, John Parker, Capt. Bryuan, John Morris.
the 2nd debate is Richard Pearis was never in Rowan co therefore Daniel Boone the Lt George William Teater and Capt Samuel Gibson Teater could never have met an traveled north to the French indian war why?, becuse Richard Pearis was never in Rowan County, this [will ]says he was in fact in Rowan co .a year before the French Indian war in fact Richard Parris was here with Thomas Evans who would become a commander of the Rowan county miltia.
1755 Tyrrell nc. tax list
Taterton, John 1
Tatorton, William 1
Its established that William Tetter s wife was Elizabith Gibson and that his brother Samuel Tetter married Mary Evans daughter of Thomas Evans Sr.
1790 beaufort nc census.
448-71 Tutterton, Hizzy . . . 5 .
448-54 Tetterton, William 3 2 3 . .
William Tetter is listed white while Kizzy Tetter is listed other free
Other Free" Heads of Household in the 1810 North Carolina Census
Evans, Thos. 7 Anson Co. page 29
Tetterton, Chas. T? F.? 4 p.114 Beaufort
Tetterton, Kesiah 5 p.122 Beaufort
Tetterton, Chas. T? F.? 4 p.114 Beaufort
T(?)utor, Morris 5 Robeson Co. page 146
S(?)utor, Ethelred 2 Robeson Co. page 146
Thomas Evans, a "free man of Colour," was about sixty-three years of age on 23 December 1819 when he applied for a pension in Lunenburg County for his services in the Revolution. He stated that he enlisted in September 1777 while resident in Mecklenburg County and served until 1780 [23 December 1819 Lunenburg County Legislative Petition, LVA].
James Berry was one of the members of Captain Joseph Spencer's 7th Virginia Regiment who did not return from furlough in Gloucester Town. Spencer advertised a reward for their return in the 8 August 1777 issue of the Virginia Gazette, describing James as "a mulatto fellow, about 30 years old, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high; enlisted in Fredericksburg but served his time with Mr. Thomas Bell of Orange County" [Virginia Gazette, Purdie edition, p.4, col. 3].
5 Jan. 177356,544 The Cummings Petition, Location of the Homes of the Signers
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
James Berry, Robert Kirkman, Thomas Evans,
1810 nc. heads of household other free
Sanders, Geo. 5 Guilford Co. p 947
Sanders, John 2 Gates Co. p 842
Santee, John junr 4 Bladen Co. p191
Santee, John Senr 5 Bladen Co. p191
Samuel Teater from William Parris Teater son of George Teater and Sarah married Sarah Santee. a full blood indian reported to have a [indian plantation in nc.]
Boon, Benja. 3 Bertie Co. page 166
Boon, Cader 1 Bertie p.160
Boos, John 1 Hyde Co. p 138
Boon, Judith 4 Hertford Co. p 107
Boon, Lewis 5 Halifax Co. page 5
Boon, David 1 Northampton Co. p714
Boon, Patsay 2 Hertford Co. p 107
Boon, Sarah 2 Bertie Co. page 166
1759 Rowan County Militia List
Thomas Evans, Lieut.
Its established that John Van cleace Daniel boone were the inlaws of Lt George William Teater settled Garrard Ky
Scouts rowan co militia page 46 1760 Serg Daniel Little George Teeder next page ----- Teeter jr. this was a old George Teeder who removed from Beaufort to Rowan co. he lived near to tyrrell were Samuel and William Tetter lived.
1738- 22 August 1738. William Tetterton of Tyrrell Precinct to Collo. John Worley of same. 16 pounds 10 shillings.
Then I give to my son John Worley Junior one shilling starling. Then I give to my son William Worley one shelling starling. Then I give to my daughter Mary Maxey one shilling starling. Then I give to my daughter Elizabeth Gibson one shelling starling
He died in 1794, leaving a Will in which he names his sons Lovick Worley, Joseph Worley and Robert Worley.
We now know that the Joseph listed in the Will is Joseph John Worley
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,Item - I give will & bequeath to Saml. Tetterton one cow & Calf
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 MakerFirst - 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.
4 Mary Doddridge 1748 - 1838
.................................. +Samuel Teter
.............................. 4 Anne Doddridge
.................................. +Joseph Worley
Its established that Wiiliam Tetter married Elizabeth Gibson. that samuel Tetter was the son inlaw of Thomas Evans who was the uncle of commander Lt Thomas Evans of Rowan county militia which included a large part of Lt George Willaim Teater s inlaws. That John Worley was a inlaw of William Tetter that Joseph Worley was the brother inlaw of Capt Samuel Gibson Teater that Gibson signified the maiden of of the the Teaters. that Lt Ensign George Teater s middle name was William not John or John as1st name. that George Teater and Sarah Pearis named 3rd son William Parris Teater the middle name is established becuse his sons name was william Parris Teater jr.