I cant speak for all but I can put were George Teater Sr whom Campbell referred to as George Tutor dwelled..
Ill insert some history of the Bakers from Baker notes site.
1743 - Humphrey Baker, Francis McCowen and Hugh Cunningham were witnesses to Benjamin Borden to John Car(Carr) deed.
1745 - Humphrey is frontiersman on Woods River (New River) a major Indian crossing on the river and across from the settlement of Indian trader Samuel Stalnaker.
19 Nov 1746 - Listed: road ordered from Adam Harmon's to the River and No. Branch of Roan Oak with Adam Harmon, overseer, with these workers Geo. Draper, Israel Lorton and son, George Harmon, Thos. Looney, Jacob Harmon and three sons, Jacob Castle, John Lane, Valentine Harmon, Adren Moser, Humberston Lyon, James Skaggs, Humphrey Baker, John Davis, Fredk. Stering[Starnes] and two sons.
18 May 1750 - Humphrey bought property on western waters of Buffalo Pound Tract on Woods River deeded from John Buchanan, 100 acres.
1750 - Humphrey was Constable of Buffalo Pound-Draper's Meadow.
1750 - Augusta Co, VA Jacob Goldman's Will--Humphrey Baker is an executor along with Frederick Starnes.
18 Nov 1752 - Alexander and Wm. Sayers, Charles Sinclar and Humphrey Baker, appraised estate of Daniel Murphy on Reed Creek.
1752 - Removed to future Washington Co, VA on Stalnakers Creek (Bakers Creek) middle fork of Holston River.
9 Apr 1753 - 436 acres surveyed for Humphrey Baker on Stalnakers Creek (Bakers Creek) now called Huttons Creek near the present town of Glade Spring. Humphrey Baker's settlement was the farthest outpost of the frontier in America. Located past Stalnaker's Indian trading post.
24 Nov 1753 - Road ordered from Saml. Stalnaker's, on Holston River, to James Davis and Samuel Stalnaker to be overseer, with these workers James Davis and his sons, Frederick Carlock, David, George and Conrad Carlock, Frederick Starnes, Jacob and Adam Stalnaker, Jacob and Henry Goldman, Isaiah Hamilton, Hamilton Shoemaker, Timothy Coe, Humphrey Baker and son, George Stalnaker, Adam Andrews, Mathias Sarch, Michael Hook, Martin Counce, Jacob Mires.
1753 - Humphrey Baker cleared the first road from head of Holston to Stalnaker and the Baker settlement.
17 Jan 1754 - Son Rev. Robert is born per his Rev. War pension in what is now Washington Co, VA.
10 May 1754 - Humphrey Baker sold to John Bingamon Sr. 100 ac North side of Wood's River.
Oct 1754 - Stephen Lyon, at Holston's River, killed; John Goldman, at Holston's River, killed; Benjamin Harrison, at Holston's River, killed; __ Burk, at Holston's River, prisoner escaped.
3 May 1755 - Shawnee Indians attacked the Humphrey Baker settlement and wounded daughter Mary Baker. "1755, May 3d.--MARY BAKER, at Holston's River, wounded. June 18th, Saml. Stalnaker, at Holston's River, prisoner escaped; Saml. Hydon, at Holston's River, escaped; Adam Stalnaker, at Holston's River, killed; Mrs.Stalnaker, at Holston's River,killed; a servant man, at Holston's River,killed; Mathias Counie, at Holston's River, killed. June 19th, Muheal Honch (Houck), at Holston's River, killed." This drove the settler's back to the New River area and over the Blue Ridge.
Nov 1755 - Humphrey SR moves his family to what was then Bedford Co, VA area after the Indian attack and is appointed Constable of Bedford Co,VA.
1759 - Humphrey BAKER Augusta Co. VA Rank: Captain French and Indian War.
1767 - Humphrey SR returned age 56 with his family to his property land in what was then Botetourt Co,VA would be future (Fincastle) Washington Co.VA The gap in Walker Mountain to the North Fork of the Holston was called Bakers Gap but is now known as McCall Gap.
18 Mar 1767 - On petition of Frederick Starnes, Isaac Job, Thomas Grayson, John Bell, Henry Skaggs, Joseph Hix, John Draper, George Baker, Joseph Hord, Levy Smith, Erasmus Noble, Samuel Peffer, James Coudon, Edmund Vansell, Humphrey Baker, Anthony Bledsoe, James Newell and Alexander Page, viewers appointed for a road from Vanse's, by Ingles's Ferry, to Peak Creek, on north side New River, viz: James Neeley, Philip Love, Wm. Christian, Wm. Bryans.
1770 - Botetourt Co, VA Tithables list Humphrey and sons Thomas, John, George.
1771 - Botetourt Co, VA Tithables list "Humphrey and son Robert", John Baker and George Baker.
1773 - Son Thomas Baker signed petition of Ebbing Spring Church on the Middle Fork, Washington Co, VA, other names on petition were James Dysart and Robert Buchanan.
1774 - Thomas Baker, John Baker, George Baker, Rev. Robert Baker -sons of Humphrey Baker all served in Dunmores War from Fincastle Co,VA.
1774 - Son Thomas Baker was granted land near Sinclair's Bottom.
1774 - Son George Baker was granted land at Bakers Gap which adjoined his father's land. Later owned by John McCall.
1776 - Thomas Baker and brother George Baker signed the Fincastle Co, VA petition in 1776 which resulted in the formation of Washington County, VA.
1776-1781 - During the American Revolution Humphrey Baker's settlement became a marshaling area for public stores during the Revolution.
1782 - Tax rolls of Washington Co, VA list George Baker and his younger brother Rev. Robert Baker in James Dysart's District, Humphrey Baker and son John Baker & Alexander Baker in Aaron Lewis District. .
in 1768 George Teater bough a tract from Frederick Stering short] Starnes at what the Irish or South Irish fondly referred to as Crab Creek tract the south Irish colony. In the Swiss records of New Bern it descibes Stering or Starns a orphan from the french speaking region of Swiss-. Stalnaker is called a Dutchman by person named in letters by George Teater s father inlaw Capt Richard Pearis.. There is a sales deed by George Teater and wife Sarah in Crab Creek.
The next deed is George Teater sold to John Porterfield 1785 a sum of land at Bakers Creek Washington co. This would be in Col Arron Lewis tax district. Interesting notes are John Porterfield was listed alongside Peter [Tuttin Totten ]William Teter Richard Pearis. in the 96th district sc. on the 1782 Washington co tax list it names Benjamin Totton. His daughter Rebecca was a daughter inlaw of George Teater. and George Teater remarried Ester the wife of Benjamin Totton after 1802.
Even more interesting is William Teter was from Brunswick Virg he was a french huguenot a son ofJohn Jeter. John Jeter had another son named George Jeter who spllled his name as George Teator in Fredrick co 1744 next to George Parris. even more intersting is a Jacob Jeter bought land near to the Bakers tract 1783 he also named himself later on as Jacob Teater. these people were French and lived in England for several generations before John Jeter came over to SurryVirg 1700 era..
Another intereting name is Joseph Hicks. 1n 1782 a single man name Joseph Hicks joined a John Totton in Montgomery co with Thomas Ingles where they rejoined a muster at Bakers tract including Benjamin Totton after thomas Ingles family was abdutced by indians. Thomas Ingles himself was a abductee and rased as a Indian. By name Joseph Hicks Totton was another son of Benjamin Totton. he was the grandfather of a Kentucky Governor.. Strange but true the history books note his family remebered for thier Native Intellegence..
Samuel Teater noted on his pension he went into Kentucky with his father George Teater 1779. So his family was left behind most likey under his inlaw Benjamin Totton..
Most of them ,males in that line were middle named Lockhart and Clinton. and there was a letter from Benjamin Lockhart to James Lockhart Totton stated as my dearest cousin. His afffidavit said he was born in Ashville North Carolina..
and Benjamin Totton was not from New York he was on Orange county North Carolina petition 1777 where a older man Abslom Tuton lived earlier.