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TEETER, David B. [18233]
(1809-1883)
MOCK, Margaret [18003]
(1817-1901)
TEETER, George W. [196]
(1841-1903)

 

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WINDER, Phebe Catherine [148]

TEETER, George W. [196] 1

  • Born: 9 Feb 1841, Bedford Co, PA 2
  • Marriage: WINDER, Phebe Catherine [148] on 6 Feb 1862 in , Jefferson, Iowa, USA
  • Died: 3 Jun 1903, KS at age 62
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bullet  General Notes:

According to Pat Brownlee Vaughan:
My Teeter, Shively and Mock ancestors were well known Brethren from Bedford Co, PA and were devout folks...

From: <KTompk7744@aol.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 12:50 PM
Source: BRETHREN-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [BRE] George W. Teeters obituary

From the McLouth (KS) Times for June 19, 1903:

GEO. W. TEETERS was born in Bradfort county, Pa., Feb 7, 1841. He went to Iowa when six years of age. In 1862 he married Pheobe C. Winders. In 1872 he moved to Kansas, and has resided in or near Onaga, until his death on June 3, 1903. To Mr. and Mrs. Teeters were born eight children, all of whom have reached manhood and womanhood. These children are three sons, Francis, Samuel and George, and five daughters, Mrs. Eliza Ehler, Mrs. May Fields, Mrs. Minnie Shanlep, Mrs. Katie Brownless and Miss Agnes Teeters. These children with their families and the devoted wife live to mourn the loss of father and husband. Religiously, Mr. Teeters and family are of the German faith known as Dunkards. Mr. Teeters lived, as all will testify, an honest upright life, and was an exemplary husband and a wise and loving father.

Mr. Teeters was one of twelve children, four of whom are still living, Mrs. Brown Garrett of McLouth being one of the sisters, and Mrs. Lib Alford, of Oklahoma the other sister. Two brothers live near Onaga.

"The last night of watching is over,
The last words of love have been said,
And safe on the bosom of Jesus
Our father has pillowed his head.

The human hand has tried to save him,
Prayers and tears were in vain:
But God in His wisdom called him
From this weary world of pain.

We know that he is happy there,
With the loved ones gone before,
In a world more pure than this
Anchored safe on teh golden shore.

Farewell, Farewall, dear father,
Thou hast left us for a world more fair:
Left this world of care and pain,
There with the angels a crown to wear."

I hope these folks belong to somebody.

Jan T

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Residence, 1880, Rock Creek Twp, Pottawatomie Co, KS. 3

Residence, 1900, Pottawatomie Co, KS. 4 5


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George married Phebe Catherine WINDER [148], daughter of Thomas J. WINDER [113] and Eliza HARMAN [114], on 6 Feb 1862 in , Jefferson, Iowa, USA. (Phebe Catherine WINDER [148] was born on 12 Mar 1845 in Wapello Co, IA and died on 24 Mar 1950 in Arispy, Pottawatomie Co, KS.)


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Sources


1 Patricia Brownlee Vaughan, Pedigree Chart for Patricia Brownlee Vaughan (21 Aug 1990 , , Repository: Copy in possession of Ann Winder).

2 Kari Teeter Kandoll, Feb 2004. dando@centurytel.net

3 1880 Federal Census Soundex, KS.

4 1900 Federal Census, Pottawatomie Co, KS.

5 1850 Federal Census, Hamilton Co, IL.


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