Maragert Teterton Henry White 18 jan 1684 Pastquotank ablemarle .
section a 312 WM. Teterton assignes right to of land to James Citerson. 9lbd stering Willaim Sarah Teterton april 15 1713
Section C John Lilly bt death od said Lilly descend to his Daughter Sarah Tederton by said Tederton sold to James Siterson july 1734 perquimans nc
1678 Tittertun, Mary 4 April 1678. 930 acres escheat land; formerly granted to Edward Titerton. Gloucester virg
1682 Lyllie, John 22 December 1682. 234 acres betwixt Garden Creek and Milfor Haven. Gloucester virg
Perquimans Court feb 1693 Calob calloway enters headrights for Indian boy. dec141715 which entry tax paid by Sanders an Indian land and Tythables
Currituck Precint 1720 paid on Sue an Indian Woman , Davy a Indian man
from J . King
Whitley, North Carolina Headrights A List of Names, 1663-1744
Secretary of State Records, Albemarle Book of Warrants and Surveys 1681-1706, SADAH. [S.S. 978.1]
P.2: Certificates of Rights
Juliana TAYLOR proved 10 rights: Henry HUDSON, Mary HUDSON [torn] HUDSON, John TAYLOR, Anne TAYLOR, James WATSON, John BLITH, [torn] a NEGROE, SANDERS AN INDIAN, Juliana TAYLOR. [n.d.]
P.14 (reverse) Old Warrants- Albemarle. Tho. BLOUNT, 500 a., for transportation of 10 persons 29 Mar. 1680. James BLOUNT Ursula RODGERS James BLOUNT junior Eliz. his wife Jno BLOUNT Jno. CURRIER Edw. ROE his [torn] Nightingale and two Children not baptized.
P.146 Albemarle ss. Julianay TAYLOR, 500 a., 14 Mar. 1694. Persons Henry, Mary, Julianah, Hudson,
Jno. TAYLOR, An TAYLOR, Ja. WATSON, Jno BLITH, Sarah a Negro, SANDERS INDIAN, Julianah TAYLOR her freedom Right, 10.
Four of these assigned to Johanah TAYLOR and two viz. SANDERS INDIAN and SARAH NEGRO assigned to Jane BYARD.
Survey and return for Johanah TAYLOR, 164a., 23 Mar. 1696/7.
Survey and return for Mr. Menj. LAKER, 187 a., 125 a. per this warrant, 62 a. per warrant dated 17 Jan. 1693/4., 23 Apr. 1697.
NCGSJ-Aug 91, pp.130/131
Three Tax Lists of Perquimans Co., NC by Raymond A. Winslow, Jr.
. . .
SANDERS YE INDIAN 1 -: 5:- -: -: -
Hen: GRACE 1 -: 5:- -:11: 2
SAMLL: SIZEMORE 1 -: 5:- -: 3: -
. . .
Wm Davis 1 1718 currituck
John Peny 1
Henr. Gibson 1
Geo. Stiring 1
Robt. Peyton 8
Taken by Thomas E[vans?] [Con]stable of Sand bankes
William Gibson to Robert Sanders of Hal 21 nov 1763 24 [gr brit 100] a , granv to John Lee jng Buncombes. S.W. Colo Lee John Lees former line William Gibson wit John Daniels
John Deloach Thomas Rahley.
Recd jan 1764
Tyrrell 1750 tax list
John ross. ross family. William Teater
Tyrrell tax list 1785
Tyrell 1734 family Wiliam Teterton Samuel Teterton James Teterton Jacob Teder to 1755 Beuafort Benjamin Tedder George Tedder George Tedder jr Thomas Tettor
Hen: Gibson CURRITUCK 1720 TAX LIST
2 Ric: Sanderson Esq.
Will: negr. m
6 Wm: Lerrey leary
[Tho: Lerrey leary]
Jac: negr. m
nan: negr. w
Jac: negr. m
Bess: Ditto. w
Sue: Ind. w 4
5 Wm: Swann
Tom: Hall Mallt.
Lewis: Ind. m
Cro: neg. m
Nan: neg. w
Jac: Negr. m
Davy: Ind: man
Jac: negr. m 2 365
4 Jos: Church
Tony: negr. m
Juda: negr. w
Hana: negr. w 1 730 Patin
3 Hen: White wife Margartet Teterton
Dic: negr. m
I William Teterton of the County of Tyrrel in the Province
I give and bequeath to my loving wife Elizabeth, [was Gibson]
and appoint my frend [Thomas Leary] Executor and my loving wife Elizabeth William (his -x- mark) Taterton
1744/5 I Thomas Evans of Terrill County
I give will & bequeath to Saml. Tetterton one cow & Calf
Halifax Worley, Joseph Worley and Robert Worley.
4 Mary Doddridge 1748 - 1838
.................................. +Samuel Teter
.............................. 4 Anne Doddridge
.................................. +Joseph Worley
................... 3 John Biggs 1710 -
1755 Tax List
Tyrrell County, North Carolina
Biggs, Joseph ,John Ross Ross - teater
Taterton, John 1
1755 Beaufort George Tedder SR
George Tedder JR
Thomas Tedder Tettor
Benjamin Tedder Thomas Worley
George Tedder SR Benjamin sons of Samuel Tetterton and Mary Evans after Benjamin evans George evans.
GIBSON , Frances , MEREDITH , John ,25, Dec , 1771 , Guilford Co. , NC
GIBSON , James , ROBINSON , Rebecca ,10, Mar , 1787 , Rowan Co. , NC
GIBSON , Jane O. , LAWING , Samuel ,23, Sep , 1856 , Mecklenburg Co. , NC
GIBSON , John , LOCKE , Elizabeth ,13, Jan , 1775 , Rowan Co. , NC
GIBSON , Jonathan , KINGHAM , Sarah ,9, Sep , 1755 , Chowan Co. , NC
GIBSON , Joseph , MC CREE , Mary ,16, Dec , 1789 , Rowan Co. , NC
GIBSON , Sarah , FULKERSON , Abraham ,2, Jul , 1788 , Rowan Co. , NC
BOONE , James , BRYAN , Rebecca ,14, Aug , 1756 , Yadkin River , NC
BOONE , Squire , VAN CLEFT , Jane ,11, Jul , 1765 , Rowan Co. , NC
FROST , Ebenezer , FAIRCHILD , Sarah ,5, Dec , 1769 , Rowan Co. , NC
FROST , Ebenezer , WILSON , Elizabeth ,2, Nov , 1775 , Rowan Co. , NC
FROST , Ebenezer , BAILEY , Rebecca ,12, Apr , 1796 , Rowan Co. , NC
FROST , John , BOOE , Rebecca ,21, Aug , 1793 , Rowan Co. , NC
FROST , Mary , GOSS , George E. ,21, Feb , 1792 , Rowan
Co. , NC
Willliam Tator Teteron married Elizabeth Gibson=
George William Teater Samuel Gibson Teater.
Abigail Frost married William Van Cleave . daughter Mary Van cleave married George Teater JR Squire Boon married Jane Van Cleave
Father: Timothy LOGAN , Jr. b: 1759 in Surrey County, North Carolina
Mother: Sarah Sally BOONE b: ABT. 1760 in Garrard, Garrard County, Kentucky
Marriage 1 Elizabeth LEAR b: 5 AUG 1794 in Virginia
Married: 3 JUL 1815 in Garrard , Garrard County, Kentucky
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
Capt Richard Pearis Parris left Rowan co 1754, Its most likey George William Teater Samuel Gibson Teater. went north French indain war with him. Daniel boone was in one unit with Samuel Gibson Teater, both Capt Samuel Gibson and George William Teater transferened in and out of the same companies as Capt Richard Pearis
The Regulators of Colonial North Carolina
Gibson, William below the Tuscarora Tribe
298-(316) Whitmell Tufdick, Wineoak Charles Jr., Billie Roberts, Lewis Tufdick, West Tufdick, Billie Blunt Sr., Billie Blunt Jr., John Rodgers, John Smith, Billie Pugh, Billie Baskit, John Hicks, Samuel Bridgers, John Owens, James Mitchell, Isaac Cornelius, Tom Tomas, & Walter Gibson, chieftans of the Tuskarora Indians to Thomas Pugh, Willie Jones & William Williams. 2 Dec 1775. For the yearly rent of 80 Duffield Blankets, 80 Oznatrig Shirts, 80 prs of boots, 50 pounds of powder & 150 pounds of shot. 2000 acres which was part of the land called the Indian Lands, joining Town Swamp, the old path that leads to Unarowick Swamp, James Wiggins, Unrinta Road, Quitana Swamp, Rocquist, Jones, Williams, Pugh, excepting 300 acres Watking now tends. Signed by: Bille(x)Cain, John Hicks, John Rogers, John(X)Owen, James(X)Hicks, Bille(x)Smith, Bille(x)Mitchell, Billie(x)Pugh, Wineoak(x)Chalres, James(X) Mitchell, Bille(X)Blunt, Jr., Saml(X)Bridgers, Tom Roberts..
Henry Gibson -Indian wife Tuscarora
children James Gibson Walter Gibson Elizabeth Gibson
Elizabeth Gibson married Willaim Tator -Teterton
= Elizabeth Tettar Titer ect, Thomas Reynolds
= George William Teater Sarah Pearis Parris
=Samuel Gibson Teater Mary Doddridge
Samuel Tator Teeder Teterton ect - Mary Evans
George Tedder Teeder sr
George Teater and Samuel Teater were 1/4 tuscaroa same as thier inlaw Zacharia Ray
NOTE John Kelly Rev with Samuel Teater Charles Teater Timothy logan Kellys daughter married William Tetter 2nd of Tyrell NC
GENERAL ELIJAH CLARK IS ALSO ON DEEDS WITH WALTER GIBSON TO AND HAS ONE BROTHER NAMED GIBSON CLARK