I’m sorry you’ve had such tough luck on labeling, but for sure you can count the Belle of Georgia mislabeled too.
Belle of Georgia may be the most commonly mislabeled peach out there. I’ve even read some growers label any white peach as Belle of Georgia because it’s so recognizable.
The good news is that Belle of Georgia is a pretty poor white peach (although productive). So if you can get any white peach a notch above (not hard) that’s a plus (if it will produce regularly).
For sure you haven’t cornered the market on mislabels. I’ve had so many mislabels I have lost track through the years.
A couple that have worked out are a White Princess peach mislabel that has turned out to be a double red (skin color) yellow fleshed peach. It’s not the most consistent bearer, but what it produces is a very consistent (quality wise) high sugar yellow peach. I just got through cutting down the original tree (15 growing seasons old) but I have 4 copies left over.
One of the mislabels I got from Adams County was supposed to be a Galaxy peach, but turned out to be a Spring Snow (90% certain). It’s been one of the most flavorful white peaches I’ve grown. I made about 20 copies of that one a couple years ago. They aren’t yet producing, but when they do, the fruit will be delicious, like the mother tree.
These are the successes, I’ve had 10X the failures from mislabels.