6 Jan 1740/1 Deed from Joseph King to John Thompson, 200 acres bounded by Samuel Thompson, Williams, Benjamin Savages branch, William Jordan and [Benjamin Evans]. [Surry County Deeds & Wills Book 9, p317]
This is the “other” William Jordan. The other names lived east of Cypress Swamp.
7 Sep 1741 Deed: Samuel Tuder and wife Mary of Southwarke parish in Surry County to William Dunn and James Bradley of York County, 200a. on the south side of the third swamp of the Blackwater in Surry County… (same description as in 1736, mentioning Richard Jordan and Richard Jordan Jr.) Signed: Samuel (x) Tuder Witness: Charles Binns, Frances Person [Surry County Deeds & Wills Book 9, p374]
this means that samuel teterton aka tuder bought this land 1731 and appears samuel came with benjamin evans about the same time benjaminappears as elder son of john evans or brother of john evans came from chowan perquimans ect
Will of Thomas Evans who is named in the Will of John Evans as son. Will of Thomas Evans 1744
I give bequeth to Samuel Tetterton one cow calf
names Mary as his daughter which fits the Mary Tuder wife of Samuel Teterton aka Tuder ect
21 Mar 1748/9 Tithables of Joseph Newsum, Bartholomew Andrews, Robert Jordan, Christopher Mooring, & Samuel Tudor … lay open and keep in repair the road that formerly lead from Clays branch to the Bolling Ally Road. [Surry Orders 1744-1749, p534]
This may be the road which crossed Johnchecohunk Swamp at Robert Jordan’s land and ran to what is now SR615. It is apparently the same road referred to in the earlier road order.
18 Jul 1749 Suits: Nathaniel Harrison, administrator of John Cargill deceased, vs. Joseph Jordan, defendant confesses to “damages by occasion of the nonperformance of that assumption” to a total of £8:7s:2p and is ordered to pay. Same vs. William Jordan for £3:9s:11p:3f due by account, defendant admitted to debt and ordered to pay. Same vs. Benjamin Jordan for £3:1s:3p:1f due by account, the defendant proved payment and the suit was dismissed. [Surry Orders 1744-1749, p589-91]
18 Jul 1749 Joseph Jordan, William Jordan, and William Cooper witnesses to deed from [Jacob Teder] to James Bruce for 100 acres. Recorded same day. Both Jordans signed. [Surry Deed Book 5, p431]
The brothers were at court on this date, apparently taking the time to witness a deed while appearing for their suits. Jacob Teder was an adjoining landowner to their father, having bought this land a year earlier from Bartholomew Andrews
So note Bartholomew Anderson the same one who gave assngments to the Jordans Evans Teterton -Tuder upon arrival to Surry virg from old Albemarle NC Perquimans Tyrrell bertie chowan ecct,
note the word on road orders Sumel Tuder and his [tithables]
beyond Mary his tithables to work with his on a road were sons. Jacob Teder the appears as one son. He didnt stay long on the land only one year he sold it and left. he then appears in Rowan co as Jacob Teeder..
1755 Beaufort NC
George Tedder sr Tuder Teeder
George Tedder jr
Thomas Tedder- Tettor
Benjamin Evans , as it appears Jocob Teder George Tedder were brothers in addtion Benjamin Tedder all sons of Samuel Teterton -Tuder, Thomas Tettor and George Tedder Jr sons of George Tuder SR, at one boy was named after Benjamin Evans Benjamin Tedder.
John Evans, noted next to Benjamin Evans,
Rowan co tax lists
Thomas Evans lt miltia
1759 Rowan Tax
Jacob Teater 1 poll
addition to the list
Joseph Teater 4 poll
June 2, 1759 Capt Conrod Michael's
Jacob Teeder Scouting .16
Feb 14, 1760 Capt Michael's Company
George Teeder Scouting .16
--------------------- Teeter JR migration then sons of Samuel Teterton Tuder George Tedder Benjamin Tedder Jacob Tedder. George Tedder and Benjamin went to Beaufort with the Evans John and Benjamin. Jacob Teder Teeder went to Rowan . George Tedder -Teeder the Evans join Jacob 4 years later in Rowan co. so migration was early Perquimans to Surry Virg to Beaufort and Rowan co NC. Then to Duplin Pitt Dobbs.
There 2 jacobs Teater and a Jacob Teeder
George Teeder Benjamin Evans Thomas Evans
Samuel Teterton William Teterton James Teterton appear to be the William Featherstone line than the Edward Titertun line and John Lilly. The perquimans tax list around 1712 shows 2 William Teterton and William Teatherton Fetterton Tetterton ect.
The other line also of Perquimans Bertie tyrrell ect.
24 aug 1697 perquimans James Serason to Jeniack bought Inden corn from Coll Polluck a Negro.
12 oct 1697 James Sarason a lad when he shall returne to Mariland where said parents live.
william tetterton assigns land to James Sitterson april 1713
july 1734 John Lilly by death descend to Daughter Sarah [tedder]-ton, Hannah Sitterson,
Said land 1696 John lilly land descends to his 2 daughters Sarah [Teder] -ton Hannah Sitterson. note court 1773 said [Teder]-ton sold[ his] meaning Willian Teterton husband of Sarah lilly, part to James Sitterson.
july 1714 Grantors Willaim [Titter]-ton Sarah[ Titter]-ton
As you can see the Serason line was the Sitterson line Maryland,
the Titter Teder Tedder Tetterton line of william was from the Edward Titertun line of gloucester.
Teather Fetter Teterton line was of William Featherstone line of Charles City Virg.
3rd line John Tedderton perquimas 1663 and son Willaim Teterton died 1690 Perquimans.
Jacob Teeder Rowan co aka Teder then son of Samuel Teterton and Mary Evans Mary Tuder ect brothers Benjmain Tedder George Tedder teeder..
Samuel Teterton fron line of William Featherstone married Mary Evans went to Surry virg with inlaws the Jordans and Evans. sons Jacob migrated to Rowan co
Sons Benjamin Tedder George Tedder Beaufort then Rowan co.
Son s of George Teeder Tedder , Thomas Tettor George Tedder jr to Duplin and Dobbs., latter other sons of James Tetterton John Tetteron of Tyrrell also joined in Duplin Dobbs.
Notify Administrator about this message?
|Home | Help | About Us | Site Index | Jobs | PRIVACY | Affiliate|
|© 2007 The Generations Network|