About a land case in 1783 Augusta . This applies to the the George Teter Dieter, Teter Hinkle family of Rockingham German Valley ect. He was a George Teter who lived at the same time as our subject the Scotch Isirh George Teater I will insert some notes here to distinguish the the George Teter Dieter or Teter Hinkle George Teter. In the long list of those from Rockingham county who made claims for furnishing supplies (such as "diets," beef, bacon, oats, coarse linen, horse hire and pasturage etc.) to the army in the Revolutionary war, George Teter's name appears several times: At a court on September 23, 1782, his claim dated Nov. 2, 1781 was allowed. This was for "1 Bullock - 290 lbs @ 2d per lb." At another Court on September 28, 1782, his claim dated May 17, 1782, for 86 lbs. "nt. Post" (or Pork?) at ?1-5-0 per lb. wt." was also allowed. Similarly on September 23, 1783, his claim dated June 4, 1782, for pasturing 15 horses for 1 night at 4 d. each.
Therefore this land business in 1783 applies to another George Teter not the George Teater of Washington county and Garrard Kentucky. Ace