Numerous updates in Surry and Isle of Wight.Found where Henry Rose and stepsons, Benjamin and John Tudor lived in Isle of Wight.John owned property in Isle of Wight near his mother.Updates on Samuel of Surry and updates on Henry Tudor’s children in Sussex.
Tudors, Tetters, Tittertons, etc., by County in Virginia
1646. William Tuder.SR 03993, p 1: Mentioned in will of Richard Williamson.Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.
1649. Indentures of Thomas Titterton, a redemptioner (1649), Essex Inst. Hist. Coll., LVIII, 263: Thomas Titterton, July 21, 1649, bound himself to Nicholas Hill, ironmonger, until his next arrival in Virginia, and for six years thereafter, said Hill to pay for his passage, and at the end of the term to give him fifty acres of land, according to the custom of the country. Witnesses: John Collins and John Hudson.
1669.Teddar, Wm.6221, p79.Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1995 Supplement.
1676.Geo Tedder, merchant, 1676, SR 03793f, p. 52.Import to London.Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.
1676.Jos Tidder, merchant, 1676, SR 03793f, p. 53.Import to London.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1677. Jn Tudor merchant. SR 05592e, p 46: Import of English merchants.Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.
1678. And(rew) Tudor merchant. SR 05762g, p 73, 8: Imports to London.Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.
1680. Sara Tedder.SR 02032, p 37: …transportation (usually unlawfully) to VA.Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.
1681.James Tuder.SR 10882, p 3: Testimony by Chancery, Register of Affidavets.Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.
1682.Virginia Colonial Records Project, Survey Report 10067, Chancery Records.
Peter Tedder c James Lyell.Thomas Leader, January 8, 1682/3.Crowne, Tedder, master, sank in route to Virginia.Was present when charter party was drawn up.The ship was to go to the colony by way of Scotland and it was late in the season for such a voyage.
1689.Tedder, Peter -- lawsuit involving -- 1681, SR 11495, p. 2.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.Note: Peter was master of the ship Crowne: see 1682/3.
1690. Tedder, Andr.6221, p 353.Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1995 Supplement.
1695.Tedder, Mary.6221, p398.Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1995 Supplement.
1696. Jacob Tudor, merchant. SR 04025, p3.High Court of Admiralty, Instance and Prize Courts: Examination May 1693-Nov 1697.
1698.John Tudor Master of Ship Johannah. SR 09581, p 1.Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.
1703.Joan Tuder arrived in Virginia.House of Names.com.
1729.Tudor, Woodward.Place: Rappahannock, VA.Year: 1729.Family Members: Wife Judith Tue; Daughter Judith; Son James; Son William; Daughter Mary;
Son John; Daughter Anne; Daughter Elizabeth.Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900.Source Code: 1229.10.Source Name : COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. The Kings Passengers to Maryland and Virginia.Westminister, MD: Family Line Publications, 1997. 450p.
1733.Joseph Tuder.SR 06703, p 5: Andrews Guide 181, list 374-377.Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.See 1767.
1767. Joseph Tuder Customs Officer. SR 06562, p 16: Collectors Letter Book.Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.
1768.Tudor, Samuel.Place : Virginia.Year : 1768.Source Code : 1229.10.Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s.Source Name : COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. The Kings Passengers to Maryland and Virginia.Westminister, MD: Family Line Publications, 1997. 450p.
1772.Tudor, Hervey.Place : Virginia,Year : 1772.Source Code : 1229.10.Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s.Source Name : COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. The Kings Passengers to Maryland and Virginia.Westminister, MD: Family Line Publications, 1997. 450p.
1773.Robert Tuder settled in Virginia.House of Names.com. Note: Believed to be brother of John, 1774 below.
1773.Samuel Tudor.Year of Indenture 1773.Internet: Immigrants Servants Database.
1774. John Tuder, age 18, sailed from London in December, 1773, arriving in Virginia in January, 1774 on one of the ships, "Elizabeth," "Virginia," "Carolina," or "Susanna". Source: "Excerpts from American Colonists in English Records, by George Sherwood," compiled by Mrs. S.D. Bair in "Seattle Genealogical Society Quarterly Bulletin," Also documented in House of Names.com.Per family history he was born in 1755 and died in 1802.He married Anne Adkinson b 1771 and had the following children: Thomas, b 1792, William, John b 1796 and died 1854, and Anne b 1802.John’s wife and children starting in 1820 can be found in Georgia: 1820 Columbia County GA Census: Ann (Adkinson) Tudor, widow of John Sr, with one female 16/25, who is probably Anne born 1802.1822, 21 Feb. From LDS: Thomas Tudor married Martha Cliatt.1820 Morgan County GA Census: John Tuder in Capt Farrows District. This is John Jr, he is listed in the census as between 16 and 26. His wife is between 16 and 26. He has three females 0-10 years old. 1840 Columbia County GA Census: Margaret Tudor, one male 5/10, females: 2 15/20, 1 20/30, 1 40/50. Listed also in census is John Tudor’s brother, Thomas Tudor, age 50-60. Also the William Tuedder in the Walker County census by age could be the third son of John and Anne: 2 0-5, 1 40-50, f 2 0/5, 2 5/10, 1 20/30.Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.As provided by a family member who took the FamilyTreeDNA test, this family is haplogroup E1B1.
1783. Susannah Tudor marriage record.She was born in 1764 in VA, married William Martin, who was born in Virginia in 1760. Marriage 1783 in VA. U.S. & International Marriage Records 1560-1900.Note:Without proof, I believe this is another daughter of Benjamin Tudor (son of John Tedder, see Surry County); believe she is brother of James who married Johanna Martin, possible sister of William Martin, on 20 June 1781 in Granville, NC.
1783, 16 May.Celia Tudor and Winslow Bunch married. E-mail input.
1812.Richard Tudor.Part of index to: Pay Rolls of Militia Entitled to Land Bounty Under the Act of Congress of Sept. 28, 1850 (Richmond, 1851) and: Muster Rolls of the Virginia Militia in the War of 1812 (Richmond, 1852) which supplements Pay Rolls. War of 1812 pay rolls and muster rolls.Library of Virginia on line catalogue.
1820. John Tudor arrived on ship Olivia.Index to Passenger Arrivals, Atlanta and Gulf Ports 1820-1874.
1825. Birth of Edwd M. Titterton.
Albermarle County: In 1744, the Virginia General Assembly created Albemarle County by taking the northern portion of Goochland County. The large county was divided in 1761, forming Buckingham and Amherst counties.
Amelia County:Created by a legislative act in 1734 and 1735 from parts of Prince George and Brunswick Counties.
1762, 11 Mar. Deed from William Hulme (Hulm) and Elizabeth, his wife, of Amelia, to Francis Lewis of Amelia County for 110 pounds 14 shillings, a certain tract of land of about 200 acres in Amelia on both sides of Mingoe's Branch, joining the Butterwood Creek, bounded by George Lewis, Thomas Hood, Hanz Hendrick Steger. Signed - William Hulm, Betty (X her mark) Hulm. Witnesses: John Lewis, Charles Williams, John Tudor, John Hood. Recorded Mar 25, 1762.
SOURCE: "Amelia County, Virginia Deeds, 1759-1765", copyright 1990 by T.L.C. Genealogy, P.O. Box 403369, Miami Beach, FL 33140-1369, FHL 975.5634 R2a, p. 55 (p. 561 in Deed Book 7.)
1782. John Tudar is listed in the 1782 census for Amelia Co., VA. "Heads of Families at the First Census Taken in the Year 1790," Iberian Publ. Co.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.Note: Believe this John may have come from Brunswick County.
Augusta County:Formed in 1738 from Orange County.
Note: There are initially two different Teter families in Augusta; Paul, Phillip, George, and their sisters who were married to Henkels and are haplogroup G2A arrived around 1760 from Rowan NC; they were originally in Orange County VA.The part of Augusta they were in (North Fork Valley called German Valley) later became Rockingham County and then Pendelton County, then changed to West Virginia.The other George was in a different part of Augusta County and is haplogroup E1B1; he originated in Orange County and was carried over to Frederick County when formed from Orange.From there he is in numerous counties but not because of moving but because of forming and deleting old counties; he was in that part of Augusta that became Botetourt; then Fincastle was formed from Botetourt; Fincastle was short lived and divided into three new counties: Kentucky (George given land grant of 300 acres-land actually in Lincoln County), Washington (then George here), and Montgomery; Kentucky County was abolished on June 30, 1780, when it was divided into Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln (then George here) counties of Virginia. These counties petitioned together to secede from Virginia, which was approved. In1792 the Commonwealth of Kentucky was admitted to the United States as its 15th state.
1760 approximate.…George Jr moved from Rowan NC to the North Fork Valley in Augusta County Virginia [Germany Valley], together with his brothers Paul and Philip and the Justus Henkel family.Internet: The Tetter brothers of Pendelton County.
1762, 27 Feb. SAMUEL3 TEETER (JOHN GEORGE2 DIETER, JOHAN JEORG1) was born in Augusta Co., VA, and died Nov 28, 1848 in Howard Co., MO. He married ELIZABETH RAY.See Botetourt County.This son of George is listed on his pension application as being born in Botetourt in 1762; this was impossible as Botetourt wasn’t established until 1770.
1763.Court on September 21, 1763. The suit was brought against John Walker by David Robinson. The plaintiff proved his account of 5 pounds, ten shillings, and neither the defendant Walker nor his garnishee George Teator appearing, on plaintiff's motion attachment is awarded him against sd. garnishee returnable here next court. (Augusta County Court order books, Book 8, page 224).
1765, Oct 11.Paul Teter on October 11, 1765, with his brother George Jr as witness of a will of _____ Goil/Kile. On August 19, 1766 he appears at the Augusta Co., court to prove the above will. Note: This is a son of the John George Teeter that died in 1744 in Orange County.Capt in Rev War.
1767, 10 Sep.Land grant to Paul Teeter.40 acres on the north fork of Potomack at the mouth of Senaca Creek.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1768, George Teter (John George, b 9 March 1736/7 in Orange County) settled in Augusta County about 1768 (Real date is probably 1761 or 2).He married Sarah Parris about 1763 (see 1762 above).In Botetourt County 1770 which was formed from Augusta.Internet: George Teter of Crab Creek.Believe this is the son of the John George Teter that was in that part of Orange County that became Frederick County.
1768, 12 Feb.Frederick Starn (Stern) to George Teetar, [pound sign]10, 85 acres by patent 22nd August, 1753, on Crab Creek, a branch of New River. Teste: W. Ingles, William Davis, John Taylor, John and Wm. Buchanan. Sent to George Teeter by his order, April, 1769." Botetourt Co Deed Book.See Botetourt for sale in 1770. Same George as in 1768 above.
1773, 1 March.Land grant to George Teeter.120 acres on the north fork of the south branch of Potowack above the Deep Spring.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.Note: This is Paul’s brother.The 1768 George sold his land in 1770.
1773. Birth of Hannah Teter, daughter of Capt Paul Teter and Rebecca Henkel. Wiki Tree.
1773, 1 March.Land grant to Christian Teeter.85 acres on a small branch of Shanando.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1773, 1 March.Land grant to Paul Teeter.53 acres on the north fork of the south branch of Potowmack below the mouth of Seneca.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1773, 1 March. Land grant to Phillip Teeter.118 acres on the southeast side of the north fork of the south branch or Potowmack above the head of Deep Spring.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1774, 17 May.Paul Teter was appointed overseer for the collection of taxes in a district extending from the mouth of the Seneca to the top of the Allegheny Mountains, with tithables on the North Fork.
1775.Paul Teeter.…names of Virginia citizens or soldiers from the counties of Augusta, Bedford, Botetourt, Culpeper, and Fincastle who were compensated in 1775 for supplies and service during Dunmore’s Expedition in 1774.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.Note:This is the Paul in Augusta County.
1777 tithables. Capt Teeters Company: Phillip Teeter, 1, 118 acres. George Teater, 1, 120 acres. Paul Teeter, 2, 96 acres. An early Tithable list, Augusta County, 1777.
1785, 15 July.Land grant to Abraham Teeter.36 acres on the waters of Brocks Creek betwixt Nicholas Mace’s old survey and Daniel Rees land.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
Botetourt County: Botetourt County was established in 1770 from Augusta County.
Note: This George Teeter came from Augusta County.
1760. George Teater a resident of Washington County, Virginia, served as a Revolutionary War Soldier from Washington County Virginia from 1776 until 1783 with the rank of Ens/Va.He also served 1760 in Capt. Gist's Company of Regulars of the First Virginia Regulars from Botetourt County Va. as listed for December of 1779.Note: He was actually in that part of Augusta that became Botetourt; Botetourt not formed until 1770.See Frederick, Augusta, Botetourt Counties, Fincastle, Kentucky and Lincoln Counties.
1761, 1 Feb. p. 300 Warrant for 200 acres (Kentucky County) issued to George Teator a sergeant in Col. Byrd's Rgmt. in 1761. (Virginia's Colonial Soldiers, copyright by Llloyd DeWitt Bocksruck, 1988, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company).See Botetourt County.
1763.Pension Application of Samuel Teeter States that he was born in the month of February 1763 in Botetourt County, State of Virginia.See Augusta County; he was actually born in Augusta.In the year 1779 his father moved from that state to what is now the state of Kentucky.From Annals of Southwest Virginia 1769-1800 by Lewis Preston Summers.Abingdon 1929, pp. 1379-1414, 1419-1425.Adapted by C. Leon Harris. REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA KINGS MOUNTAIN. Note: Samuel is son of George.
1770, 4 Mar.Botetourt Co Deed Book 1, p. 88. George Teater and Sarah (Parris) his wife to Howard Heavin. 10 pounds, 85 acres on Crab Creek, a branch of the New River; Page 81.This land in Augusta County.
1772. The part of Botetourt that George lived in became Fincastle County; Fincastle was short lived and was divided into Kentucky, Washington, and Montgomery.George winds up in Washington County then Lincoln County which became Kentucky.
Brunswick County:Established in 1720 from Prince George County. In 1732 the county received more land from parts of Surry and Isle of Wight counties.
1748.Indenture made 1 November 1748, between John Jones of Brunswick County and Henry Rose of Isle of Wight County, œ100, on a branch of Poplar Creek, 342a, granted to the said John Jones 20 August 1745.Signed John Jones.Witnesses:Daniel Carrell,
Thomas Jackson Junr., Valintine White (bhm).Court April 5, 1749, Indenture and Memorandum proved by the oaths of Thomas Jackson Junr.Court June 1, 1749, Indenture further proved by the oaths of Daniel Carell and Valentine White.Deed Book 3, Page 552.Note: Henry’s brother John lived in this same area.
1748/9. Indenture made 31 January 1748/9, between Henry Rose of Toway Parish, Isle of Wight County, and Benjamin Tuder of same, give to Benjamin Tuder and to his heirs lawfully begotten of his body, lying & being in the county by a Dividing Line Beginning at a White Oak upon the head of a branch of the Poplar Creek Thence along aline of Mark'd Trees to a Turkie Oak a line Tree of the Paten'd Land for Two hundred Acres more or less.Signed Henry Rose.Witnesses:Michael Wall Junr., Joseph Wrean, Nathaniel Hicks.Court April 5, 1749, Indenture acknowledged by Henry Rose.Deed Book 3, Page 557.Note:There was no Toway Parish in Isle of Wight; Toway is probably a contraction locals used for Nottoway.
1748.“…Deeded to him by his Step-father, Henry Rose, and occupied by Benjamin Tudor by 27 June 1750 as described in a deed from Henry Rose to John Tudor, brother of Benjamin for land adjacent to this property. Indenture made 31 January 1748/49 between Henry Rose of Nottoway Parish, Isle of Wight County, and Benjamin Tuder of same. Signed Henry Rose. Witnesses: Michael Wall Junr., Joseph Wrean, Nathaniel Hicks. Court April 5, 1749, Indenture acknowledged by Henry Rose. Deed book 3 p. 557.”Note: Benjamin and John are sons of John Tedder, see Surry County.
1750. Henry Rose of Brunswick County, Planter, L and good Will I bear to my Son-in- law John Tudor of same, Planter, all that plantation Tract or parcel of Land whereon I now dwell scituate lying and being on a Branch of poplar Creek in the County of
Brunswick…the other part containing by estimation 150a lying now in the Occupation of Benjamin Tudor....dated 27 June 1750.Signed Henry Rose.Court 27 June 1750, Deed acknowledged by Henry Rose.Deed Book 4, Page 102.John Tudor is son of John Tedder, see Surry County.
1752. Benjamin Moseley, Sr was an appraiser of Henry Rose's estate along with Thomas MOSELEY and John Steed.Step father of Benjamin and John Tudor.
1752-60. Benjamin Tudor listed in Vestry Book of St Andrews Parish as resident of Brunswick County VA.Believe the following children were born in Brunswick: Benjamin Tudor, JR, William Tedder, Sarah Tudor b: abt 1754, Rebecca Tudor b: abt 1759, James Tudor b: abt 1760.Believe Harmon Tudor/Tedder b about 1762 and Hannah born abt 1764/5 were children of Benjamin and were born in Sussex.There is also a possibility that Susannah Tudor, born about 1764, who married William Martin abt 1783 and then moved to Floyd County, Kentucky, may also be a daughter of Benjamin.
1754.Approximate marriage date of Benjamin Tudor and Mary (from internet input).Marriage could have occurred earlier. Note:Pick up Benjamin next in Sussex County.
1754, 10 October. Birth of John Tudor Jr2 in Brunswick County, VA.He died on 10 Jan 1838 in Madison Co., KY.
1757.Birth of Henry Tudor, son of John Tudor.John Tudor and his children later moved to Granville County NC. Note: Benjamin, son of John Tedder, moved to Sussex County around 1760.
1764, 4 Dec.Birth of Valentine Tudor son of John Jr and Elizabeth.Grandson of John Tedder of Surry.
1782.Robert and John Tuder are listed in the 1782 personal property tax list for Brunswick Co., VA. "Virginia Taxpayers 1782-1787," Augusta Fothergill.Note: These are sons of Henry Tudor of Surry; he and his brother Robert lived in Brunswick, then North Carolina, then moved back to Brunswick.
1786.Birth of Martha who married John Tudor.See Patrick County.
1788-1798.Birth of John C Tudor, son of Robert, grandson of Henry. Married Lucinda Reid, born abt 1805, daughter of Claxton and Oney Huskey Reid, about 1825.See individual inputs below for children born in Brunswick: Miles Crawford, Lucinda, Litisia Elizabeth, John W. R.Remaining children born in Ohio:Jemima, born 1837, married Issac Clifton, 1 Sep 1853, Ross Ohio; Joseph Miller, born 18 Dec 1837, Ross, Ohio; married Mary Ann Bolen 13 June 1861, Ross, Ohio; married Margaret E Blake 2 Nov 1865, Ross Ohio. Died 28 Feb 1928, Memphis, Missouri.Sarah F., born 1842, Ohio.Martha Jane, born 1847, Ross, Ohio; married Joseph Echle, 26 Apr 1881.Harriet F, born 1850, Ohio; married John Blake, 23 Oct 1865, Ross Ohio.John C died 18 May 1867, Highland, Ohio; Lucinda died 30 Nov 1890, Ross, Ohio.Input from Ranee 53.
1795.Robert Tuder purchased an 81-acre farm in Brunswick County, Virginia from William Pearson. Brunswick County, Virginia Deed Records, Book 16, page 239.From Tudor Family of Patrick County VA.
1798.Birth of Matthew Tudor, son of Robert Tuder. Matthew died presumably before 1850. He married Mary Jane [surname unknown] circa 1830.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1806.Marriage of Landon P Tudor, son of Robert Tudor.From Tudor Family of Patrick County VA.
1810.1810 Brunswick County, Virginia, Census stated that Robert Tuder (age 45+) maintained a household without a wife, which included 2 male children between the ages of 10 and 16, as well as a male and a female, both between the ages of 16 and 26. Thus, the 1810 Brunswick County, Virginia Census listing for Robert Tuder, as well as the 1786 and 1790 Censuses for Northampton County North Carolina, is consistent with his wife's having died between 1790 and 1810.From Tudor Family of Patrick County VA.
1827, 24 July.Will of Robert Tuder of Brunswick County, Virginia, recorded in September, 1827. Benjamin King witnessed the execution of the Will, and Morris Pearson is named executor of Robert Tuder's estate. In addition, Robert Tuder acknowledges in the Will that he had 6 children: daughters Martha and Nancy Justice (both presumably married at the time he executed the Will), and sons Landon, Robert, John and Matthew.Tudor Family of Patrick County VA.
1827, 27 Oct.Richard Tudor married Ann W. Birthright.See Prince George County for first marriage.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1827.Nancy Tudor and husband James Justice brought VA chancery court action, as husband and wife, against Nancy's siblings, Martha "Patsy" Tudor, Robert Tudor, John Tudor, Matthew C. Tudor, and the heirs and devisees of Landon Tudor, for the sale of their late father's 81-acre farm in Brunswick Co., VA. The court appointed commissioners to sell the farm. From Brunswick genealogy forum.
1828.Birth of Miles Crawford Tudor, son of John C and Lucinda Reid, grandson of Robert, gg of Henry.Married Mary Ann Tharp 11 Jan 1849, Ross County, Ohio.Died 1901, Lee’s Summit, Missouri.From Ranee53.
1830.Birth of Lucinda Tudor, daughter of John C and Lucinda Reid, granddaughter of Robert. Married Charles Francis Murphy 27 Dec 1846, Ross County, Ohio. Lucinda died about 1852 in Ohio.From Ranee53.
1830.John and Cynthia Tudor, are buried in a private gravesite in southeastern Brunswick Co., VA with a Lucy Tudor. Their relationship to Lucy is unknown. John & Cynthia lived in Brunswick Co. in the 1830's according to census and deed records.From Brunswick County Gen Forum. Note: The only person this could be is Henry’s son John as all other John’s are known; Nancy is probably a daughter of John.
1832.Birth of Litisia Elizabeth Tudor, daughter of John C and Lucinda Reid, granddaughter of Robert Tudor.Married George Peters 19 May 1853.No known death date.From Ranee53.
1834, 16 Sep.Birth of John W. R. Tudor, son of John C and Lucinda Reid, grandson of Robert.Married Margaret Clover between 1900 and 1908.Died 21 Dec 1908.From Ranee53.
1836, 16 March.Marriage of Ann W Tudor and William W Parks.Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
Dinwiddie.formed 1 May 1752 from Prince George County.
1790 and 1800.Richard Tudor listed in Dinwiddie.Owns 125 acres.See Prince George County.
Dunmore County:Dunmore County was created in 1772 from Frederick County.In 1778 Dunmore was renamed Shanando (now Shenandoah).
1776, 11 Oct.Land grant to Clem Teter.51 acres in Powells Fort adjoining Conrod Elshite &c.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
Fincastle County:Created in 1772 from Botetourt County.Fincastle County was abolished in 1776, and divided into three new counties—Montgomery County, Washington County, and Kentucky County
1774.John Teater.Dunmore’s Expedition of 1744: Index to names of Virginia citizens or soldiers who were compensated…for service during Dunmore’s Expedition….Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.
1774.Lord Dunmores Little War of 1774: His Captains and Their Men Who ... -
Google Books Result by Warren Skidmore, Heritage Books, Donna Kaminsky - 2002 - History - 283 pages, Capt James Thompson Co Sgt George Teater, Pvt Robert Paris, Pvt GeorgeParis. Capt William Campbells Co. Fincastle Militia. 1774 Roll 144.
Franklin County:The county was formed in 1785 from parts of Bedford and Henry counties. It was named for Benjamin Franklin.
1820 census.Robert Tudor living in Franklin County, Virginia.Tudor Family of Patrick County VA.
Frederick County:Established in 1743 from Orange County.
1734-1735. Fairfax and Jost Hite Land Surveys, Shenandoah River, 1734-1735, Frederick Co., VA. USGenWeb. Note:This land originally in Orange County.Land grants claimed under the proprietor and Jost Hite unless otherwise noted:Jacob Better, 400 acres surveyed 1735, survey Nos. 6.Note: Believe this is the Jacob Teeter below).
1743, 10 Feb.…It is ordered that the most convenient tithables except those tithables mentioned in the petition of Jacob teeter…..www.virginiadot.org/vtrc/main/online_reports/pdf/05-r32.pdf.See Shenandoah County.
1744, 9 June. George Teter brought suit against Sponsour Jons. The case was decided in his favor (Frederick Co., VA Order Book 1, p. 127). Internet: Teeter/Dieter Family.Note: This George came from Orange County with three confirmed children, see Orange County, John George, Maria, Margaret, and possibly a John (see Washington County for documentation) and (Capt) Samuel (b Oct 1737).
1744.List of Frederick County, Virginia, Clerk Fees belonging to James WOOD ANNO DOM. 1744: (1)Tobacco Payments:
George Paris-----------137 George Teator.-------------103.
1746, 3 June. Martin Cartnell having moved the Court to have Margaret Teator, daughter of George Teator, bound to him, which was granted to him.Internet: Teeter/Dieter Family.
1754 Tobacco Tax Roll: George Teator" appears in the Frederick County, VA, Fee Book (Col. James Woods' Fee Book). The fee (tax) book records.Internet: Teeter/Dieter Family.Note: Son George after military service went to that part of Augusta County that became Botetourt County, then Fincastle County; another possible son John was in Fincastle County.
1757—59. Pay-roll records and historical records indicate that George Teater was in Dagworthys Regiment from 1757 to 1759. Historical records show that a Thomas Bullit, an uncle of Burr Harrison, received a bounty for enlisting George Teater and 7 other men from Frederick Co and Augusta VA 1757. Internet: Person Talk, George Teater.
1760. p. 246, George Teeter was a soldier in Capt. Gist's Company in the lst Virginia Regiment in 1760; Charles Allison proved his discharge as listed on 11 Dec 1779 ("Virginia's Colonial Soldiers, copyright by Lloyd DeWitt Bocksruck, 1988, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company).Note: George was also in Col. Byrd's Rgmt. in 1761; see Botetourt County. Note 2: John Teater was also on the same expedition and is a possible brother. John is listed in Fincastle which was established from Botetourt and later in Washington County with George.This family established the Kentucky line of Teators; their haplogroup is E1b1. You will find him next in Augusta County, then Washington County, Kentucky County in 1780, then in 1784 in Lincoln County, both now in Kentucky.See Washington County for Revolutionary War service.See Orange County, Frederick, Augusta, and Washington County where he received land.A John Teeter, his possible brother is also in Washington County.
Gloucester County:Formed from York County in 1651 and consisted of four parishes: Abingdon, Kingston, Petsworth and Ware.
1653. Tidderson, Richard, 1653, Sponsor: Richard Major, Gloucester.Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666.
1669, Aug.Andrew Tedder of Gloster gave Robert Cale, son of Robert, a heifer … witness to Deed of Gift, John (mark) Bowry, John (his mark) Jackson [Old Rappah Co. 1670-72 p. 149].
1675-85, multiple entries between 1675 and 1685: 1. 930 acres escheat land formely granted to Edward Titterton; grantee Mary Titterton; 2.Same land, grantee Mary Dickerson, Edward’s remarried widow.3.Same land, grantee John Dickerson; entry indicates Mary is deceased. Library of Virginia On Line Catalogue.Note 1:Mary died in 1688 per internet “full text of Virginia County Records.Note 2:See York County for younger Edward Tedderton/Titterton.
Greensville County: Established in 1781 from Brunswick County.
1783 tax list/1790 census: William Tedder, five white, one black.E-mail input. Also, Tudor Web.
1789.Jesse Tudor, Greensville, personal property list.
Halifax County:Halifax County was established in 1752 by English colonists from Lunenburg County.
1830 census.Prthtt Titterton.
Hampshire County: Now West Virginia; no firm establishment date.
1789, 5 Mar.Land grant to Henry Hartman: 302 acres on Mill Creek adjoining George Tiddler.
Harrison County (Now West VA): Founded in 1784 from Monongalia County.
1786, 4 April.George Teator, grantee: 224 acres on the west side of Tygers Valley River opposite to lands formerly claimed by Elias Baker including an improvement of said Teators. Library of Virginia.
1786, 19 Dec.Land grant to George Teator.190 acres on the waters of the Dry Fork of Cheat River including George Teators improvement.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
Henrico County:Henrico County is one of the eight original Divisions of Virginia established by the British in 1634.
1637, 12 July. MATTHEW EDLOE, (EDLOWE), son & heir to MATTHEW EDLOE, late of Va., dec’d. 1200 acs. upon the N. side of James Riv. Over against the Upper Chippokes Cr., S. W. upon the maine river &” N. E. into the woods towards Dancing point. 12 July 1637, p 453. Due in right of 24 serrvts. Trans. At the cost of his father: MATH. EDLOW, HUGH TYDDER, WM. DEANE, EDWD. TOMPSON, WM COX, ELIZ. JAX(JUX?) and others. (“Their Deep Roots & Tangled Branches, Henrico County & Goochland, VA).Note: Per another researcher, Hugh Tydder is the same Tydder listed in the Inventory of Capt. William Smith on 11 August 1667 in Maryland.
Isle of Wight County:In 1634 Warrosquyoake Shire was one of the eight shires or counties in the new world; this shire was renamed Isle of Wight County in 1637.
1668. ANNO THE LIST OF LAWNES CREEK TYTHABLES:
Unknown date: …This now gives an indication that the George Petters and George Teader also known as George Teather were 2 differant people living at the same time and place Lawnes Creek parish Isle of Wight which was set in two Virginia counties, Surry and Isle of Wight…. From another researcher.Also entered in Surry County.
1670-1690.George Teather 1680, George Teader 1690, John Teader 1670 all in the Norfolk entrance area .Teader, Teather, Murrel family Isle of Wight 1690s.Teeter, Peter, Feter, Jeter, Teder, Tetor Variants.Internet.Note: See Norfolk County for who I believe is George’s father.
1680.Robert Lacy and his wife Mary Lacy of Lawnes Creek Parish in Surry County to George (Teather?)...90 acres in Upper Parish of Isle of Wight County (being part of 1100 acres formerly granted to William Miles and William Cookes late of Surry County, decd., on 29 Sept 1664) and bounded by Beaverdam Branch and John Parsons.Wit: William Bresse and Henry (X) King. Signed: Robert (X) Lacy. Mary (X) Lacy.Rec: 9 Feb 1680. Isle of Wight Co., VA Deed Book, p 199, dated 25 March 1695/96.
1692.Title, Teather, George. Publication 1692 Gen. note Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800).Note p. 320. Inv. rec. 26 Dec. 1692.
Note Record of Wills, Deeds, Etc., Vol. 2, 1661-1719 (Reel 23).Subject - Personal Teather, George.Subject -Geographic Isle of Wight County (Va.). Genre/Form Estate inventories.Note:This entry is in also the Library of Virginia.It appears this George has died and the land he owned became the land of his son George, see 1795.
1695, 9 Apr....George Teather of Isle of Wight County to George Morell of Lawnes Creek Parish in Surry County...this land. George (X) Teather.NOTE: 23 Mar 1695: ...George Morrell of Surry County to John Mangum of the same....this land.
George (X) Morrell. (NOTE:Under This George Teeter’s timeline are Sarah and Samuel Teeter and variant spellings.From another researcher.).Surry Co, Va deeds & Court Orders (Hopkins) & Surry Co Wills, (Eliza T Davis). RootsWeb, GRANVI-L Archives.Magnum-Langston-Murrell-Morrell
Date Not Defined:George Teator/Teather or son is listed in the Garrard family will, Isle of Wight, as George Sr. Several sons are listed as George – Thomas; younger ones may have been Jacob and Samuel.From another researcher.
1721-1751. John and Benjamin Tudor, sons of John Tedder, deceased, lived with mother Mary and step-father Henry Rose.Believe they lived in the area of Plowman’s Branch and Three Creeks which in 1749 became Southampton County.See 1746 below.
1731.A Henry Rose was mentioned in Isle Of Wight Co., VA., along with John Moseley in 1731.Rose Family Genealogy Forum
1746, Aug 12.Barnaly B and Patience P Johnson, sold of John Johnson for 21 pounds and ten shillings current Virginia money 100 acres North of Three Creeks on Plowman’s Branch and land adjoining John Thorp, John Tuder, and John Spence.Note:Per Thomas Johnson Sr’s Virginia will, Three Creeks and Plowman’s Branch was in Isle of Wight.Note 2: This John has to be John Tudor who was son of John Tedder and brother of Benjamin Tudor.John and Benjamin lived in Isle of Wight until step father Henry Rose deeded them land in Brunswick County.Also, Plowman’s Branch and three Creek(s) was in that part of Isle of Wight that became Southampton County in 1749.As documented in Rose Family Internet information, Henry Rose and Mary lived briefly in Southampton before purchasing land in Brunswick County.This information most likely means they lived in the same area as John Tudor.See Brunswick County.
1749, 8 Nov.Henry Rose and wife Mary to William Johnson, 300 acres on south side of three creeks (patented to said Henry on 6 Feb 1748).Henry Rose (signed), Mary (X).Witness Timothy Thorpe (signed), Joel Harris (signed), Lewis Harris (signed), Southhampton County, VA, Deed Book 1, 1749 to 1753.Note: Southampton formed from Isle of Wight in 1749.This entry is also in Southampton.Henry step father of Benjamin and John Tudor.
1750.Richard Rose testified for his brother Henry Rose in a suit brought by Thomas Moore against Henry Rose, James Sammons and Newitt Drew.Henry is step-father of John and Benjamin Tudor.
Kanawha County:Founded on October 5, 1789; now in West Virginia.
1815, 29 March.Land grant to Null Teter.200 acres on Gauley River beginning and on the ne side of Beech Run, near a bark camp.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1820.Robert Tudor lived in Kanawha through 1850.Tudor Family of Patrick County VA.
Kentucky County: Formed by dividing Fincastle County into three new counties: Kentucky, Washington, and Montgomery, effective December 31, 1776.Kentucky County was abolished on June 30, 1780, when it was divided into Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln counties of Virginia. These counties petitioned together to secede from Virginia, which was approved. In1792 the Commonwealth of Kentucky was admitted to the United States as its 15th state.
1780, 1 Feb. p. 300 Warrant for 200 acres issued to George Teator a sergeant in Col. Byrd's Rgmt. in 1761. (Virginia's Colonial Soldiers, copyright by Llloyd DeWitt Bocksruck, 1988, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company).Land was in Lincoln County.
Lancaster County:Lancaster County was established in 1651 from Northumberland and York Counties.
1653, 26 February Land Grant to William Tidner:650 acres on the south side of Rappahannock River. Begg. &c from a point upon the south south east side of Tidner’s Creek.Library of Virginia.
1654, 30 May.450 acres on the south side of Rappanhannock River, adjoining the land of Wm Tidner.Library of Virginia.
1663, 26 January.590 acres on the South side of Rappahannock River, - 450 acres adjoins the land of Wm. Tidner and Thomas Dale. The Residue 140 acres with a branch of Banners Creek.Library of Virginia.
Lincoln County (Kentucky):Created from Virginia’ Kentucky County.Organized 1780.See 1780 Kentucky County Virginia.George carried over from Botetourt when broken to Fincastle to Lincoln.
1782, 1 June.Land grant to George Teator.300 acres on the east side of the Town Fork of Salt River adjoining George Buckannans lands on the east.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1784, 13 Jan. 260 acres in a bent of Dicks river and on the west side of said river adjoining lands of George Teator and William Gains.Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.Note: See Kentucky County.
1786, 2 Dec.Land grant to George Teator.200 acres adjoining Dougherty and Miller.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
Loudon County: Created 1757 from Fairfax County.
1740, 28 Nov. The suit by attachment brought by 'George Tetter' plaintiff against the estate of one Charles Kitching defendant was Loudoun County, Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z, Dec .
Lunenburg County.1746 from Brunswick County.
1782. Samuel Teter.Tudor web, MyFamily.com.
Mecklenburg County:Established in 1765 from Lunenburg County.
1787. John Tuder is listed in the 1787 census for Mecklenburg Co., VA.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1787, 16 July.John Tuder marries Milly Spurlock. "Mecklenburg County Marriages, 1765-1853," John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1798.John Tuder dies in Mecklenburg Co., VA, in 1798. Will Book 4, page 64 (estate appraisal).From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1824.Benjamin Freeman, father of Lucy T. Freeman, consented to her marriage to John G. Tudor. According to "Mecklenburg County Marriages, 1765-1853," Vogt and Kethley.From Tutormessage board: John married Lucy FREEMAN in 1824 then Elizabeth MEACHAM in 1833. John had at least these children: Mary, William, Elizabeth, Julia, Sam, Sarah and Angelina. Have census data for John for 1840 through 1870. He died late 1870 or first few weeks of 1871.Note:This has to be the son of John Tuder listed in 1787.
Monongalia County:Formed 1776; now in West Virginia.
1785, multiple entries:George Tudor, grantee.4000 acres adjoining his first entry on the east side of the Little Kenhawa.Another entry identifies 2000 acres.Library of Virginia On Line Catalogue.See Kentucky and Lincoln Counties above.
New Kent County:Established in 1654 from York County.
1657.Robert Titterton arrived in Virginia.From House of Names.com
1657, 28 Aug.John Madison, 800 acs.New Kent Co, 28 Aug 1657, p 112 (166).Upon N side of Mellapon (unreadable) at his own 600 acs running (unreadable) Mr Hollands land &c trans of 16 persons: Jno Reynolds…Robert Titterton….Renewed 18 Mar 1662.
1711, 30 Sep.Birth of Elinor Tuder.Father was Thomas Tuder.Thomas Tuder in entry for Elinor Tuder, "Virginia, Births and Christenings, 1853-1917."Note:There is a possibility that this family came on a ship to New Kent.Listed on the New Kent Genealogy Forum is a file titled: 1711 ship from England to New Kent, which lists passengers.Thomas is not on this list but may have come on another ship.
1717.St Peters Parish. Thomas Tudor died 1717 leaving 3 minor children, Isabella (christened 19 Apr 1702), Eleanor, and Thomas (Christened 18 May 1709).
Norfolk County: In 1636 the southern portion of Elizabeth City Shire became New Norfolk County.This area was divided again in 1637 into Upper and Lower Norfolk Counties.In 1691 Lower Norfolk County was in turn divided to form Norfolk County and Princess Anne County.Upper Norfolk County became Nansemond County in 1646.
1658, 1 March.Teader, Jno. Bedford. Major John Nichols, 160 acs., Norf. Co; on SW
side of the W. br. of Eliz. ... his son & heir, sold to George Fowler, 1 Mar. 1658, St in possession cf the above named George, as heir of his dec'd. father.Nell Marion Nugent, Virginia State Library - 1979 - 578 page.Note: My interpretation of this deed is that the property belonged to Jno Teader, who has died, and is occupied by his son George who is selling the property to George Fowler.This could be the same George in later Isle of Wight County.
1670-1690.George Teather 1680, George Teader 1690, John Teader 1670 all in the Norfolk entrance area .Teader Teather Murrel family Isle of Wight 1690s.Teeter, Peter, Feter, Jeter, Teder, Tetor Variants.Internet.
Orange County:Settlers established the legal entity of Orange County in 1734 from a portion of Spotsylvania County.
1734, 3 Oct. Samuel Taytor 200a. Sherrando L. Co. to be called Orange Co. L
called his Ferry Tract on the western side of Sherrando R. & S. side
of Cohougolula R.. part of 40,000a purchased by Jos! Hite from Isaac &
John Vanmater. Iheir p. being 17 Jun 1730.Note: per Tedder Family Genealogy Forum Samuel’s wife was Sarah Taytor Taetor.
1734, 3 Oct. Samuel Taytor 125a. Sherrando L. Co. to be called Orange Co. on
wesiem side of Sherrando R.. part of 40,000a purchased by Jost Hite
from Isaac & John Vanmater. their p. 17 Jun 1730; on N. side of
Taytors Rd. to Opeeken;E. side of Ferry Rd.; the Waggon Rd. 3 Oct
1734. Source: Magazine of Virginia Geneatogy . Published by the Virginia
Historical Society (These patents are published with the permission of
the Virginia State Library. The first 162 pages of Patent Book 15,
abstracted by Richard Slatten, appeared in Vol. 23, No. 4, of this
magazine. Pages 162-319, abstracted by William Lindsay Hopkins,
appeared in Vol. 24, No. 1.
Note: The George Teter in 1736 and 1744 below is Hans Johann George Teter born in 1703 in Schwaigern, wuerttemburg, Germany, died 23 March 1743/1744 at a commune in an area called Culpepper.Wife was Maria Margareha Luddmann.This George came to the us on the ship Molley on 18 Sep 1727; Best evidence in that Maria Margareha Luddmann Teter after her husband’s death in 1744 remarried and moved to what later became Rowan NC where four of her children married Henkles.John and Maria Luddmann had son Johann Michael b 18 Sep 1722 in Germany; Maria Christina Teter was born on 25 Oct 1726 in Schwaigern, Wurttemberg, Germany. She died on 26 Nov 1726 in Germany; Teter daughter was born circa 1728 in Lancaster County PA. She married John Gartmann; George Teter was born on 6 Apr 1730 in Lancaster, Lancaster County, PA. He married Anna Mary Margaret Henkle, daughter of John Justus Henckel Sr. and Margaretta Maria Magdelena Eschman, in 1763 in Pendleton County, VA (Now WVA); Paul Teter was born circa 1732 in PA or VA. He married Rebecca Henkle, daughter of John Justus Henckel Sr. and Margaretta Maria Magdelena Eschman, circa 1760 in Rowan County.He died after 11 Nov 1784 in Rockingham County, VA; Mary Barbara Teter was born in May 1734 in PA or VA. She married Rev. Jacob Henkle, son of John Justus Henckel Sr. and Margaretta Maria Magdelena Eschman, circa 1754 in NC. She married David Harman in 1785. She died on 7 Feb 1814 in Pendleton County, WV, at age 79; Philip C Teter was born circa 1736 in PA or VA. He married Susannah Henkle, daughter of John Justus Henckel Sr. and Margaretta Maria Magdelena Eschman, circa 1768. He died in 1815 in Pendleton County, WV; Rosina Teter was born circa 1738 in PA or VA. She married Martin Peterson circa 1765 in VA. She died in 1804 in Hardy County, WV. This family left Rowan County NC around 1760 and went to German Valley in Augusta Virginia along with the Henckels;the part of Augusta they were in then became Rockingham then Pendelton, later West Virginia.This family is haplogroup G2a.
Note 2:There was also another John George Teter who lived in a different location of Orange County.The Reverend John Caspar Stoever, a Lutheran circuit minister throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, records the baptisms of the children of "Joh. George Dieter, Opequon:NOTE 1: “Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever” (Harrisburg: Harrisburg Publishing Company, 1896), 10, show Opequon Dieter children Maria born May 1734 and baptized 5 November 1735, Susanna born September 1736 and baptized 5 June 1737, and Johann George (b 9 Mar 1739 and died 25 July Garrard KY), with Jost Hite’s daughters and sons-in-law as sponsors. [Translation of the German record, Family History Library microfilm 20436 item 7].Also see Washington County where a son John is documented. Now signing his name Teter in English, George signed a 1739 petition for a road. That George Teter's signature matches the hand of the "George Dieter" of the ship Allen.
1736, 10 Jan.Land grant to George Teter.200 acres on the south side the Robinson River in the Little Fork of the same adjoining Roger Quarles, Michael Cooke &c.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.This is Hans Johann George Teter; see 1744 below.
1737, Oct. Birth of Capt Samuel Teter.Samuel's Find-A-Grave biography claims that he was born in October 1737 on the South Branch of the Potomac River (then in Orange County, Virginia). Died 16 Oct 1823, Marysville, Union, OH.In 1769 he married Mary Doddridge (1/12/1747-5/3/1838) who was the daughter of Joseph Doddridge and Mary Biggs. Samuel and Mary had seven children, Samuel Teter II (8/26/1770-8/1832) who on 11/1805 married Mary Rebecca Ford((1771-8/27/1832), their daughter, Malinda Teter (6/2/1792-5/29/1871), married John Edmiston(12/23/1789-8/10/1853); Susannah Teter (4/20/1773-1805) who married Gen. Zaccheus Biggs; George Teter (B9/26/1775) who married Charistina Davis; John Teter (1/11/1777-9/22/1844) who in 1800 married Mary Hare Edmiston; Charity Teter (11/21/1779-12/6/1852) who married Thomas McDonald; Mary Teter (B1/9/1782) who married Col. James McDonald; and Daniel Teter (B4/11/1787).Geni: Capt Samuel Teter.One researcher identifies Capt Samuel Teeter as being from Maryland rather than Virginia and the grandson of Hendrick Teitor of Dutchess Co New York.
1740 Orange Co VA court. The suit by attachment brought by 'George Tetter' plaintiff against the estate of one [Charles Kitching] defendant was dismissed.
1744.Will of George Teater. Will Book 1, 1735—1743 (Reel 23).Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue.Note: Children went to Rowan NC with mother, who died there, then the children went to Pendelton County (Now WVA).
Patrick County:Note:For a detailed write up on the Tudors in Patrick County go to the internet and search for Tudor Families of Patrick County, VA.These Tudors are descendants of Henry Tudor of Surry, through his son Robert and grandson, Robert.
1830.“…the younger Robert Tudor had moved to Patrick County, Virginia prior to the taking of census.”This Robert is the son of Robert, son of Henry of Surry County.
1833, Sep 12.Robert and Martha Tudor purchased a 25 acre farm in Patrick County, Virginia from Meekins Reynolds on September 12, 1833, per Patrick County Deed Records, Deed Book 8, page 256. See 1830 above.This family had children: William, Martha, and John, plus others who died.From Tudor families of Patrick County VA.
1840.William Tudor married to Joicy Purdy in 1840.From Tudor Families of Patrick County VA.
1843.Marriage of John and Nancy Ann Dillon.From Tudor Families of Patrick County VA.
1887, June 8.Death of William A Tudor, age 40.Father was John Tudor, mother was Nancy.Wife was Martha.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.Martha was born in Brunswich County in 1787 and died 14 Aug 1855.
Pendelton County (Now in West Virginia):Created by the Virginia General Assembly in 1788 from parts of Augusta, Hardy, and Rockingham Counties.
Note: George Teter Jr. below moved from Rowan County NC to Augusta County with his brother Paul. The part of Augusta they lived in became Rockingham which became Pendelton VA, now WVA. Died 1798 in Pendelton County.Father was Hans Johann George Teter born in Schwaigern, Wuerttemburg, Germany, died 23 March 1744 at Robinson River, Orange, Virginia.Mother was Maria Margareha Luddmann.See Orange County.
Note 2:Two George Teaters (various spellings) are listed in the DAR Patriot Index. Both men were born at about the same time and in the same general part of Virginia. The 1790 U.S. Census listed two George Teaters (various spellings), one with a wife; Mary Ann Margaret Hinkel (This is George Jr) and children: Paul Teter, Jacob Teter, Joseph Teter, Isaac Teter, Mary Teter, Barbara Teter, Susanne Margaret, and George Teter. From: Important note on Teater Listings in the D.A.R. Patriot Index:This is son of John George; see Orange County.
1792, 16 June.Land grant to George Teter.85 acres on a west branch of the north fork of the south branch of Potomack called the Rockey Run.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1792, 18 June.Land grant to George Teter.140 acres on the west branch of the north fork of the south branch of Potowmack called the Lick Run on the south side of the Timber Hills.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1795, 7 March.Land grant to George Teter.35 acres on the east side of his former land on both sides of the north fork of the south branch of Potomack.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1795, 25 Feb.Land grant to Philip Teter.95 acres adjoining around the southwest and north sides of his former land on the east side of the north fork of the south branch.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.Note: Per internet article on children of Hans Johann George Teter, see Orange County, this is a son of Johann and brother of George:
“Philip Teter was born circa 1736 in PA or VA. He married Susannah Henkle, daughter of John Justus Henckel Sr. and Margaretta Maria Magdelena Eschman, circa 1768. He died in 1815 in Pendleton County, WV.”
1795, 16 Dec.Land grant to Paul Teter.47 acres on the east side of the Brushy Run of Seneca Creek of the north fork of the south branch of Potowmack and adjoining the west side of his former land on the Timber Ridge.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1798, 17 Apr.Land grant to George Teter.80 acres on the west side of the north fork and adjoining on the west side of his former land including the mouth of Redmans Gap.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1800, 12 Feb.Land grant to Benjamin Teter.280 acres on the west side of the North Fork Mountain adjoining Phares and Conrads land.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.Note:Almost certainly a son of George.
1800, 6 May.Land grant to George Teter.25 acres on the Timber Ridge on the waters of Ebermans and Hedricks Runs adjoining on the southeast side of his former land and extending to the top of the River Hill.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1801, 29 Dec.Land grant to Samuel Teter.14 acres on the east side of the north fork adjoining and between his own Conrods and his fathers land.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.Note: Almost certainly another son of George.
1818, 30 Nov.Land grant to Paul Teter.23 acres on Sinica Creek at the mouth of Roaring Spring.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
Prince George County:Formed in 1703 from a portion of Charles City County.
1820, 20 Dec.Marriage of Richard Tudor and Sussanna J. Stainback.Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.See second marriage in Brunswick County in 1827.See Dinwiddie County.
Randolph County (Now in West Virginia):Founded in 1787.
1791, 9 June.Land grant to George Teter.93 acres on the waters of Dry Fork.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.Note: This is George III; see Augusta, Rockingham, Pendelton.
1798, 21 Aug.Land grant to Jacob Teter.200 acres on Tygers Valley River in Barkers settlement on a tract of land formerly known by the name of Joseph Barkers Place.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.Note: Son of George Teter of Pendelton County WVA, from Internet:“Jacob Teter was born either 1769 or 1770 in Pendleton County, WV. He married Elizabeth Holder circa 1793 in WV or VA. He married Nancy Cade on 3 Oct 1809 in Randolph County, VA. He died on 15 Jul 1848 in Randolph County, VA.”
1801, 8 Jan.Land grant to George Baker: 200 acres on the west side of Tygers Valley River on the head waters of Stone Cole Run a branch of Tygers Valley River and adjoining on the west of lands of Jacob Teeter.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1802, 6 Apr.Jacob Teeter land grant.160 acres on the west side of Tygers Valley River adjoining and above lands of George Yeager.
1819, 26 Oct. Land grant to George Teter.100 acres on the east side of Teters Cunningham survey on the Dry Fork of Cheat River.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1819, 26 Oct.Land grant to George Teter.185 acres adjoining his former land on Timber Hill on the north and west side.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1822, 12 Nov. Joseph Teter land grant.150 acres on the west side of the Valley River on the second run and the head of the Sand Run and Zebs Run.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1823, 25 June.Land grant to Fleman Cottreal. 100 acres of west side of Valley River on the road leading from Jacob Teater….Library of Virginia On-Line Catalogue
Rockbridge County:Established in October, 1777, from parts of now neighboring Augusta and Botetourt counties.
1798-1805. John Tudor left Baltimore Co, Maryland, in 1798 with Benjamin Adair and his son, Philip Adair, who was married to Elizabeth Tudor, John’s daughter. Moved from Rockbridge Co.,VA, to Highland CO., OH in 1805.See Baltimore/Harford Maryland.Note: John was son of Joseph Tudor, who was the oldest son of Humphrey Tudor, who was son of Humphrey Tedder who came to Maryland in 1683.
1804, 14 Jan. Mary Ann Tudor, b. 14 Jan 1783, Frederick Co., MD, married James Larkins, 1804, Rockbridge Co. VA; 11 children, d. 9 April 1851, Fayette Co., OH.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.Note: This is a daughter of John; also had younger sons John and Joshua.
Rockingham County:Established in 1778 from Augusta County.This area late became PendeltonWVA.
Note: These Teeters carried over from Augusta when Rockingham formed: From Internet article on children of Hans Johann George Teter, see Orange County: “Paul Teter was born circa 1732 in PA or VA. He married Rebecca Henkle, daughter of John Justus Henckel Sr. and Margaretta Maria Magdelena Eschman, circa 1760 in Rowan County, NC. He died after 11 Nov 1784 in Rockingham County, VA.”
1778, 16 Nov.birth of Joel Teter, son of Philip and Sidney Bland.Married Elizabeth Phares.Father of Solomon, Johnson, and Mary Ann.WikiTree
1782 Rockingham tax list of Wm Herring: Abraham Teeter, George SR and JR, Phillip and Rebecca Teeter.These Teeters are related to the George Teeter family of Frederick CO VA.See Augusta County.
1783, 19 Jan.Hannah Teeter.WikiTree.
1784.Abraham, George, Phillip, and Rebeckah Teeter.Tudor Web, MyFamily.com.
1787, 17 July.Land grant to George Teeter.42 acres on the north side of the north fork of the south branch of Potowmack, adjoining Johnsons land.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1787, 17 July.Land grant to George Teeter.152 acres on Timber Ridge about two miles west of the north fork of the south branch of Potomack.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1796, 3 Oct.Land Grant to Jacob Lincoln. 50 acres adjoining Rees Thomas, Teeter, Hopkins, and Greens land.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
Russell County:On January 2, 1786, Russell County was established from a section of Washington County on 2 Jan 1786.
1803.RUSSELL COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEED BOOK 3 (1798 - 1806): Page 428 - January 19, 1803 between Abraham Childress and Jacob Teaters, Sr. of Washington Co...300 ac...upon the waters of Copper Creek...Beginning near a
path...line of John Simmons...line of Timothy Pennington...corner to William
gillam...Signed: Abraham Childers. Witness: Timothy Pennington
Page 488 - October 12, 1803 by Timothy Penelton and Jacob Peters of Washington Co...1352 ac...Beginning...on the top of Mockeson Ridge...Signed: Timothy
Pennington. Witnesses: Jacob Teeters, Martin Teeters, David Gillam & John
1804, 22 May.Indenture from Timothy Pendleton to Jacob Peeters, oaths of Jacob Teaters, John GILLIAM & David GILLIAM, recorded.Russell County, VA, Book 3, page 306.Note:Note:There are many additional deeds on Jacob Teaters listed on the internet under Gilliams of Virginia, Russell County, which was formed from Washington County.
Shenandoah County:Shenandoah County was originally named Dunmore; Dunmore County was created in 1772 from Frederick County; the county was renamed Shenandoah in 1778
1783 tax list: Jacob Teeter is on tax list.Tudor web, MyFamily.com.
Southampton County:Established 1749 from Isle of Wight
1746, Aug 12.Barnaly B and Patience P Johnson, sold of John Johnson for 21 pounds and ten shillings current Virginia money 100 acres North of Three Creeks on Plowman’s Branch and land adjoining John Thorp, John Tuder, and John Spence.Note:Per Thomas Johnson Sr’s Virginia will Three Creeks and Plowman’s Branch was in Isle of Wight.Note 2: This John has to be John Tudor who was son of John Tedder and brother of Benjamin Tudor.John and Benjamin lived in Isle of Wight until step father Henry Rose deeded them land in Brunswick County.Also, Plowman’s Branch and Three Creek(s) was in that part of Isle of Wight that became Southampton County in 1749.As documented in Rose Family Internet information, Henry Rose and Mary lived briefly in Southampton before purchasing land in Brunswick County.This information probably means they lived near John Tudor.
1749, 8 Nov.Henry Rose and wife Mary to William Johnson, 300 acres on south side of three creeks (patented to said Henry on 6 Feb 1748).Henry Rose (signed), Mary (X).Witness Timothy Thorpe (signed), Joel Harris (signed), Lewis Harris (signed), Southhampton County, VA, Deed Book 1, 1749 to 1753.Henry step father of Benjamin and John Tudor.
1750.Richard Rose testified for his brother Henry Rose in a suit brought by Thomas Moore against Henry Rose, James Sammons and Newitt Drew.Henry is step-father of John and Benjamin Tudor.
Spotsylvania County:Established in 1721 from Essex, King and Queen, and King William counties.
1722.JOSEPH TEMPLE. 1,250a. OL. Spotsylvania Co.; N. side of North Anna R ; George Woodroof's c; line of Sarah Taytor; a spring of Capt. Carrs; Augt. Moore's line; the Rangers Path; the Main Rd.; L. formerly g. the sd. Joseph Temple bearing date [illeg.]iij (Note within this patent: Provided that three years of the said fee rents shall at anytime be in arear and unpaid or if the said Joseph Temple his heirs and assigns do not within the space of three years next coming improve three acres part of every fifty of the tract mentioned then (he grant hereby granted shall cease . . .) (p. 6). 1 Jan. 1722.
Surry County:Surry County was formed in 1652 from a portion of James City County.
1668. ANNO THE LIST OF LAWNES CREEK TYTHABLES:
Unknown date: This now gives an indication that the George Petters and George Teader also known as George Teather were 2 differant people living at the same time and place Lawnes Creek parish Isle of Wight which was set in two Virginia counties, Surry and Isle of Wight…. From another researcher.Also entered in Isle of Wight
1680.Robert Lacy and his wife Mary Lacy of Lawnes Creek Parish in Surry County to George (Teather?)...90 acres in Upper Parish of Isle of Wight County (being part of 1100 acres formerly granted to William Miles and William Cookes late of Surry County, decd., on 29 Sept 1664) and bounded by Beaverdam Branch and John Parsons.Wit: William Bresse and Henry (X) King. Signed: Robert (X) Lacy. Mary (X) Lacy.Rec: 9 Feb 1680. Isle of Wight Co., VA Deed Book, p 199, dated 25 March 1695/96.Note: This input is also entered in Isle of Wight. Note 2: Per other info George also Teader, Teacher.
1692.Title, Teather, George. Publication 1692 Gen. note Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800).Note p. 320. Inv. rec. 26 Dec. 1692.
Note Record of Wills, Deeds, Etc., Vol. 2, 1661-1719 (Reel 23).Subject - Personal Teather, George.Subject -Geographic Isle of Wight County (Va.). Genre/Form Estate inventories.This entry also in the Library of Virginia.Note:This entry indicates that George Sr is deceased.
1695, 9 Apr....George Teather (Jr) of Isle of Wight County to George Morell of Lawnes Creek Parish in Surry County...this land. George (X) Teather.NOTE: 23 Mar 1695: ...George Morrell of Surry County to John Mangum of the same....this land.
George (X) Morrell…. Under this George Teeters timeline are Sarah and Samuel Teeter and variant spellings.Surry Co, Va deeds & Court Orders (Hopkins) & Surry Co Wills, (Eliza T Davis). RootsWeb, GRANVI-L Archives.Magnum-Langston-Murrell-Morrell.Note: This would be George Jr selling the land.
Date Not Defined:George Teator/Teather or son is listed in the Garrard family will, Isle of Wight, as George Sr. Several sons are listed… From another researcher.
1698-1700. Surry County Tithables:No Tedders/Tudors/Tittertons.
1704.List of Va landowners who paid quit rent:No Tedders/Tudors/Tittertons.
1718 approximate birthdate of Henry Tudor; place of birth not firmly documented.Died Sussex County VA in 1771.
1720.Death of John Tedder.Note: Per Descendants of William Rose of Surry County Virginia (On Internet), Henry Rose married Mary Tudor before 1721.If so then John Tedder would have most likely died in 1720.
1721, no day or month.John Tedder witness to a will.From the research booklet of Ernest Tedder.Note:It is possible that this John could have been John Teader, brother of George Teader/Teather son of George Teader/Teacher Sr, and grandson of Jno Teader listed in 1658 in Upper Norfolk County.Believe this John and wife Ann located to Bertie County, NC.
1721, 1 April.Inventory of John Tedder’s estate filed.Administrators of John’s inventory was his widow, Mary, and her new husband Henry Rose.The inventory of John Sr shows that he owned modest household furnishings, some pewter, a Bible and a Book of Common Prayer, shoemaker tools and a parcel of leather.Note: Pick up Henry, Mary, and children John and Benjamin later in that part of Isle of Wight that became Southampton and then Brunswick County.
1736, 20 Apr.Deed: Wm Blake Sr. of Nottoway Parish in Isle of Wight to Samuel Tuder of Lawnes Creek Parish in Surry, 200a. in Surry County.Believe by DNA that Samuel is brother of John Tedder.See 1749.
1740.Approximate date of Henry Tudor marriage to Elizabeth Watkins (Born Abt 1718, d 1779).
1741, 7 Sep.Deed:Samuel Tuder and wife Mary of Southwarke Parish in Surry County to William Dunn and James Bradley of York County, 200a. Signed: Samuel (x) Tuder.Internet.Note: Added from Gen Forum, The Purple Hugeunots: …this the elder Samuel Teter, he couldn’t spell his name.Note, his father George Tteader, teather, couldnt spell his name (either), they signed with an x.
1742.Approximate birth date of Henry Tudor Jr.
1743, 7 June.Ordered that the road from Clayes Bridge [Branch?] to Bowling Alley Road be discontinued and that --- the labouring tithables belonging to Samuel Tudor, John Tyus, Joseph Newsom, Nicholas Proctor, Bartholomew Andrews and Robert Jordanâ€¦ be added to the company under the direction of James Davisâ€¦ [Surry Orders 1741-1744, p140].See 1749
1743.Approximate birth date of Owen Tudor, son of Henry. Children of Owen born in VA: Phoebe b 1764, Fanny 1766, Harris b 1768, Lucy 1770. Samuel b 8 Sep 1780 in Cumberland, NC.Son William Owen born either in VA or Cumberland NC.
1744-1747. Birth of Elizabeth Tudor, daughter of Henry.
1747, 20 Aug.Land Grant to Samuel Tudor.100 acres beginning and extending on Clays Branch.Adjoins land of Thomas Williams, John Tyns, and Bartholomew Andrews.Note:This Samuel later disappears from Surry and is not found in Sussex, which was formed from Surry; pick up his tithables in Edgecombe County, NC.See 1749.
1748, 21 March.Tithables of Joseph Newsum, Bartholomew Andrews, Robert Jordan, Christopher Mooring, & Samuel Tutor … lay open and keep in repair the road that formerly lead from Clays branch to the Bolling Ally Road. [Surry Orders 1744-1749, p534].
1748.Approximate birth date of Mary (Ann), daughter of Henry.
1749, 18 Jul.Joseph Jordan, William Jordan, and William Cooper witnesses to deed from Jacob Teder to James Bruce for 100 acres.Recorded same day.Both Jordan’s signed.(Surry Deed Book 5, p431).Jacob Teder was an adjacent landowner to the father of Joseph and William Jordan and bought the land a year earlier from Bartholomew Andrews.Note: The 1747 entry above indicates Jacob’s land was beside who I believe was his father, Samuel.I believe that Samuel’s tithables are George, the oldest and most likely named after his grandfather, Samuel, Jacob, Benjamin (possibly named after his brother John’s son Benjamin) and possibly William.This family disappears from Surry after 1749.With certainty this family went to Edgecombe County, NC.I believe that Samuel Sr was a brother of John Tedder.DNA would tend to reinforce the same conclusion: by my research, a descendant of George Tedder of Edgecombe matches me, a descendant of John Tedder’s son Benjamin in 66 of 67 DNA markers, only DSY 456 is off, and a descendant of John Tedder’s son John Tudor 65 out of 67 DNA markers.Pick this family up in Edgecombe County NC.
1752. Matthew born 28 Aug or Oct, son of Henry.Died before Aug 1761.
1753-1756. Birth of Robert, son of Henry.Note:Sussex County formed from Surry in 1756.Note: Remaining descendants of Henry Tudor can be picked up in Sussex.
1782 and 1784 census.Not Tudors, Tuders, Tittertons, or Tedder.
Sussex County: Formed 1754 from Surry.
1757, 7 or 9 May.Birth of Bridget, Daughter of Henry.Died before Aug 1761.
1758, 30 July. Birth of Hannah, daughter of Henry.
1758, 14 Aug.....Peter Brooks and wife, Sarah Brooks, to Benjamin Seaburn for 12
pounds.... 100 acres bounded by Benjamin Seaburn's line, Coves Branch and the Great Swamp.Wit: Thomas (X) Underwood, John Prince and Peter (X) Brooks, Henry Tudor.Rec: 15 Sep 1758.pg 029][Sussex Co. Deed Book "A" 1754-1759] (p321). Note: There are two other deeds that Henry witnessed in Sussex Deed Books A and D.
1759-1762. Birth of William and John, sons of Henry Tudor.
1761.Approximate date Benjamin Tudor, son of John Tedder, moved from Brunswick County VA to Sussex and bought 119 acres in Albermarle Parish.
1762, May 30.Benjamin and Henry Tudor witnessed will of William Watkins in Sussex County Va.William identifies Henry Tudor as son-in-law.Both Henry and Benjamin lived in Albermarle Parish, the same place Benjamin owned 119 acres of land sold in 1775.
1762, 5 or 8 Aug. Birth of Jesse Tudor, son of Henry Jr and Sarah.Jesse had children Laurana b 1786, William, and Polly.
1763, 5 Aug. Birth of Henry III, son of Henry Jr and Sarah.
1764, 8 July. Birth of Phoebe daughter of Owen and Lucy Harris Tudor.
1766, 19 Mar.Birth of Fanny daughter of Owen and Lucy.
1767, 4 or 14 March. Birth of Livia Tudor, daughter of Henry Jr and Sarah.
1768, 26 Apr. Birth of Harris Tudor son of Owen and Lucy.
1770, 20 or 30 Oct.Birth of Lucy, daughter of Owen and Lucy.
1772, 30 Jan. Birth of Sally(Salley) daughter of Henry Jr and Sarah.
1772. Owen Tudor moves to Cumberland County NC: Son Samuel born 8 September 1780 in Cumberland County.Another son, William Owen, married Lucinda Sentor abt 1798 in Cumberland).William was born between 1771 and 1774.
1775, 16 November.Benjamin and Mary Tedder of Granville County, North Carolina, to John Avent of Albermarle Parish, Sussex County, VA, 119 acres, 34 Pounds.Sussex Deed book E, p 380-381.
1777, 20 March.Sussex County VA Will Book C, 1772-1785, Page 237:Account of Estate of Mr William Burrow, decd, audited by William Claiborne, Sr, and Will Hines shows payment to Benjamin Tedder (and numerous others)…Note:Pick up Benjamin and his brother John in my North Carolina file in Granville, Chatham, and Wilkes Counties.
1777, 18 Dec.Private John Tuder (ID# VA02432) enlists in the Virginia Militia. He joined the 14th Virginia Regiment, 5th Division, 2nd Virginia Brigade, under Capt. Nathan Reid, in April, 1778.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1779.Will of Elizabeth Tudor.FamilySearch.
1782.Sussex County Personal Tax List: William Tedder.
1782.Census and Tax list: Henry Tudor, 6 white, 1 Black.
1810.Landon Tudor is listed in the 1810 census for Sussex County, Virginia.Tudor Family of Patrick County VA. Son of Robert, son of Henry of Surry.
1810, 3 Oct.Indenture wherein Landon P Tudor owes Henry Tudor ten pounds.Signed by Landon, Henry, and John Tudor.
1812. Bill of complaint identifies minor children of Henry III as Benjamin, John, Lucy and Nancy.Patsy b 1764, Amy b 1785, Rebecca(also went by Polley) b 1786, Henry b 1790, were grown at the time.
1813.John Tudor married Cynthia Bass in Sussex Co., VA on October 15, 1813.This family moved to Brunswick and are buried there.See 1830 Brunswick.
1818, 27 Aug.Marriage of Scintha Tudor and Ethelred Barker.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1827, 19 May. Marriage of William Tudor and Elizabeth Pate, James Linn witness at marriage.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1849, 4 Apr.Marriage of Richard Tudor and Elizabeth Linn.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1853, 30 Aug. William Tudor and wife Mary, son Henry D, age 4 yrs.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1861.Birth of Martha Tudor, daughter of William Emmett Tudor and Martha Ann Porter.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
Date Not Defined:Cyrus Tudor and wife Elizabeth w/children Charles b 1860 and Sally.
1867, 26 Nov.Birth of John Thomas Tudor, son of Emmett Tudor and Martha Ann Porter. From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1872, 4 May.Birth of Berry Mason Tudor; Married Nannie T. Lee, 27 Feb 1895.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
Date Not Defined: Frank C Tudor and wife E., son Willis J, b 1875.From Tudor Family Genealogy Forum.
1882, 27 Sep. Will of Henry Tudor dated 27 September 1887 (presented in Sussex Court in Feb 1892)? In it he mentions children Fenton, Albert, and Rosa.
Washington County:Formed in 1776 from Fincastle County.
Note: In an article for “The Virginian,” Governor David Campbell (1779–1859) described the settlement of old Washington County, Virginia, listing the Teetor family among the Germans. Source: Margaret H. C. Pilcher, “Historical Sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher, and kindred families” (Nashville: Press of Marshall & Bruce Co., 1911).
1769, 20 Aug.Catherine Teeter.WikiTree.
1776-83. George Teater a resident of Washington County Virginia, served as a Revolutionary War Soldier from Washington County Virginia from 1776 until 1783 with the rank of Ens/Va.He also served 1760 in Capt. Gist's Company of Regulars of the First Virginia Regulars from Botetourt County Va. as listed for December of 1779.SeeAugusta and Botetourt Counties.
1781, 30 Oct. Jacob Teeter.Mount Prospect.WikiTree.
1786, 12 Apr.Land grant to Adam Fluner.145 acres on a branch of Beaver Creek a branch of Holstein River adjoining John Teeter.Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.Note:This could be a brother of George who served with him on the same expedition.
1792, 5 July.Birth of Sarah Knicely Hancher, just north of Sullivan County, Tennnessee.
Sarah was the daughter of George Knicely and Mary Teeter of Washington Co.Mary Teeter Knicely’s parents were John Teeter and Eve (Eva) Turney of Washington Co., Virginia.John Teeter’s father was George Dieter (Johan George) who immigrated from Germany in 1729 on the Ship Allen.Internet article:Greer-Holmberg-Baker Family
1809, 20 April.38 acres on the waters of Beaver Creek adjoining Teeter and Fleener’s land.
Library of Virginia on line Catalogue.
1830 Census: Thomas R. Tuder.
Note:There are many additional deeds on Jacob Teaters listed on the internet under Gilliams of Virginia, Russell County, which was formed from Washington County.
York County:In1634 what is now York County was formed as Charles River Shire.During the English Civil War, Charles River County was changed to York County.
1659.Edward Tedderton/Titterton, York co., c 1659, b. c. 1633/4?He gave a deposition; said he was 26.Note: See Gloucester County; he was later a grantee for land in nearby Gloucester.