Thomas Teters
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Thomas Teters

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Mr. Thomas J. Teters
Born 1950s.
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Son of [private father (1920s - 2010s)] and [private mother (1920s - 1980s)]
Brother of [private brother (1950s - unknown)], [private brother (1950s - unknown)] and [private sister (1950s - unknown)]
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This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.


Date: 23 JUN 1952
Place: Palmer, AK, USA
City: Palmer
State: AK
Country: USA


Date: 1966 TO 1970
Place: Mitchell High School
City: Mitchell
State: NB
Country: USA
Note: Mitchell High School
Date: ABT 1970 TO ABT 1973
Place: Nebraska Western College
City: Scottsbluff
State: NB
Country: USA
Note: Nebraska Western College
Date: August 2004 - May 2007
Place: Colorado State University
City: Ft. Collins
State: CO
Country: USA
Note: Colorado State University
Note: Just got my C-14, June 1997.


Place: Fort Collins, CO, USA
City: Fort Collins
State: CO
Country: USA


Note: GIS Specialist
Note: Still kickin'. Into astronomy, photography and genealogy.
Note: Brown
Note: Green
Note: 6 feet

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Tuesday 17th. . . tried again to send you the Brace book pages. Again, your email appears to be full. Shall we try snail mail if you would tell me your address! Jane I will NOT give up!
posted by Jane (Snell) Copes
It's at 82% right now so should be enough space unless the attachments are over 16Meg. Remember I only need a document image that is like 2000 pixels high. Thank you Jane. Got the first ones with no problem except huge size.
posted by Thomas Teters
Hi Tom, I've sent you some Pickenpaugh info pages today and got message that your email folder is full. Hope you get this message and can see what I sent. If not, I will resend. Thanks from Jane
posted by Jane (Snell) Copes
TY Jame, doing it roght now !! Just cuz, TjT
posted by Thomas Teters
I found your correct Malmin ancestors and have linked them to the family members further back that already were on Wikitree. Enjoy :) (Just bear in mind that the pre-Trane/Vatne tree does have a lot of uncertainty and assumed/incorrect stuff in it)
As I am the person who added biography information on Maurits Fintland and Kidel Hompland a year ago (a couple new source links have been added recently by someone else) - you're welcome :)

I arrived to your page while doing a research about my Y-DNA results, which are as well g2a2b1a2b, or as in detail by FTDNA, G-BY21758. I almost never could find any other match close to my haplogroup, so I am very interested in finding out some more details.. I have been carrying on researches on local archives and I could track my family history back to early 1300: we always have been living in a rather restricted area close to Florence, Italy. I guess that the DNA affinity origins much farther back in history, anyway, there could be a connection..

posted by Alessio Bencini
Greetings Cuz,

Yes, I am a G2a2b2a1... living in Northern Colorado, and your are like only 1 of 3 I have found with this close of a match (& We are close to Otzi- The Iceman as well, little more distant)..... I have narrowed down my ancestor's locale to, St. Goar on the Rhine, in SW Germany. There is also a close match in Poland, Diether...... (I think, name, I'll have to double check) & a 'Markrada Neider 1841- Germany'. I did get some indicators towards, Switzerland and south into Turin, Italy, a 'Paolo Quarone'- a more distant cousin I correspond with on Facebook (Tom Teters in Colorado). I added a image that lists the fenetic matches from my 'yDNA' tests, world-wide, I'v not been able to contact any, but please compare and see if you recognise any of them !! (I have LOTS MORE Info) ...

Confirmed Haplogroup: G2a

Subgroup: G2a2b2a1b...L497+ & not tested for all known subgroups Recommended: test for CTS9737, Z725 Name: Neider Most Distant Ancestor: Markrada Neider 1841- Marker Location: Ansbach, Germany Lat, Lng: (50.3600235, 7.589907)

DYS393 -15 DYS390 -22 DYS19 -15 DYS391 -10 DYS385 -14-15 DYS426 -11 DYS388 -13 DYS439 -10 DYS389i -12 DYS392 -11 DYS389ii -29 DYS458

N43420 Neider Markrada Neider 1841- Germany G2a 15 22 15 10 14-15 11 13 10 12 11 29

posted by Thomas Teters
edited by Thomas Teters
Thomas and Betty are 6th cousins once removed

Thomas- I am awaiting my DNA results from I should have them any day now. I will be exciting to see the results. I use ancestry to find source documents and get leads when I run into a road block.

posted by Betty Osborn
This picture you added was a Great addition and it enticed me to do some editting, Thank you Betty... or should I szy... Cuz ! I added the picture you post to the Wikipedia Article on The Battle of Tippecanoe. I also added some edits on Facebook about them: Also Betty, do you have any information on Henry Teter 1765-1823, or his father Henry Sr.?
posted by Thomas Teters
edited by Thomas Teters
in continuing my search for info on Rosanna I have still found nothing about Her. I did however come across some information that sound similar as well as dates and timings matching up for Henry.. Is it possible that He is Heinrich Samuel Diedrichs born in Braunschweig, Germany around 1759, and deserted Von Rhetz's regiment in Saratoga, New York 1777, to then surrender to George Washington? Then possibly change his name to Teter in 1789 when he became a citizen? This is def not a confirmation but it is an idea.

commented Jan 18, 2014 by TJTeters- G2G Rookie

posted by Thomas Teters
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posted by Thomas Teters
Hi Thomas, I didn't realize you had a connection to Ida Mae Snell Snell-338 until I saw you had imported data for her. Interesting! Jane Snell Copes
posted by Jane (Snell) Copes
Where are you & how are you doing? I added New Info & a picture of Joseph Bartholomew: I added some edits on Wikipedia and Comments on Facebook about them:
posted by Thomas Teters
I'm afraid I have no other information on Henry Teter aside from 3 sources I just added to his profile. What I had done to the profile was to clean up the merge, since there were two sets of information in the biography section. If you click the changes tab, you can see what I did. If his mother is incorrect, that was done in the merge, before I arrived at the profile. You can correct the mother's name or link to another mother if you wish.
posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Thank you Natalie, haven't got any info on her, either. research has hit a huge wall... but still active. Just cuz!!
posted by Thomas Teters
Hi, I've been tracing my family back through and have found that my ancestor and family immigrated on the ship the Molly in 1727 from Schwaigern, Heilbronn, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany. His birth name was Johan "Hans" Jorg Dieter, but somewhere along our family line this was changed to Teeter.
posted by Ruth LaMarr
Then I'm pretty sure, we are cousins. I had my yDNA done, Twice and I am a "G2a2b2a1". Has your brother or father had theirs done? The prices have REALLY come down. Well stick in there and Best of Luck, cuz !! hahahaa [email address removed]
posted by Thomas Teters
edited by Thomas Teters
Thank you! I'm still working on the connections. I got 21 connections to Julie Fiscus.
posted by Ruth LaMarr
Hi Thomas, thanks for the note. My Baltzer Culp (Kolb-678) has a simular story.
posted by Michael Stills
Hi Thomas Carol Wilson ask if i could merge 3 profiles as they are all her father so those 2 profiles that you rejected are the same person maybe you should email Carol ~Terry~
posted by Terry Wright
Many tnx for those kind words.

Cordially, Dick Ragland

posted by Richard Ragland Esq.
In looking at your trees I dont see a connection. Any information you can give that connects us would be appreciated, my ancestor Fredrick and His brother and families came to the US between 1830 and 1850 as they show up in OH 1850 census. Thanks for contacting me.
posted by Brendan Chapman
A FamilyTree 46 test--found our family Haplotype is 'G2a3b1a2 +L497'. On Dec. 16, 2013, that haplotype designation has changed to G2a2b1a2b !! My Research, says we came from SW Germany, as Palatines around 1699 as Dieter or Dietrich ( I have references, that tend to indicate, both) Genealogy isn't Just a Science... it's also an ART !! Darn it...... hahahhaa (German Palatines). The German Palatines were early 18th-century emigrants from the Middle Rhine region of the Holy Roman Empire, including a minority from the Palatinate which gave its name to the entire group. They were both Protestant and Catholic.Wikipedia).
posted by Thomas Teters
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