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Peter(s) Families in 1600's and early 1700's South Carolina
There has been some speculation that the parents of Samuel Peters (abt 1712 - 1788) lived in South Carolina, so I have begun looking into what evidence can be found regarding PETER(S) families in 1600's and early 1700's South Carolina. I have found the following so far:

William PETERS
granted 520 acres of land 24 November 1682
wife Mary PETERS, sons Robert, William and John PETERS

William PETER
Colleton County, planter. Died 7 April 1744.
wife Tabitha PETER, son John PETER, dau. Elizabeth,
son-in-law Abraham EDINGS, brother John PETER.

Tabitha PETER
Colleton County, widow. Died 21 November 1751.
son John PETER, dau. Elizabeth HEXT, son-in-law David HEXT,
brother John PETER deceased, brother William BOWERS.

Colleton County, planter. Died 2 January 1748.
sister Tabitha PETER widow, neice Elizabeth PETER dau. of brother William PETER deceased.
Nephews: Christopher PETER, son of deceased brother Christopher PETER;
John PETER, son of brother William PETER.

Martha BEE
Berkeley County, widow. Died 3 October 1747.
son William BOWER, dau. Tabitha PETER widow, grandson John PETER, granddau. Elizabeth PETER

Berkeley County, bricklayer. Died 15 April 1759.
sister Katherine PETER.

Sources for the above:

  1. Warrants for Land in South Carolina 1672 - 1711, edited by A.S. Salley, published by the Historical Commission of South Carolina in 1910.
  2. Abstracts of the wills of the State of South Carolina (1670 - 1784), compiled and edited by Caroline T. Moore, published by R. L. Bryan abt 1960-1969.
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