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Edward Teague (abt. 1660 - abt. 1697)

Edward Teague aka Tegg
Born about in Bristol, Englandmap [uncertain]
Son of [father unknown] and [uncertain]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 1685 in Cecil County, Province of Marylandmap
Descendants descendants
Died about in Teggs Delight, Cecil County, Province of Marylandmap
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Biography

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Edward Teague was a Maryland colonist.

Edward Teague is the earliest known ancestor of the majority of North American Teague families in what is now the United States.

For current research on Teague origins and family, see Space:Teague_Name_Study

1660 Birth and Parents

Edward Teague is believed to have been born circa 1660, based on his appearance before a court in the Province of Maryland in 1674: Thomas Jones brings his servant Edward Teage before the Court and prays the worshipful Court to judge his age. He, ye said Edward Teague, coming into this province without indentures. After a full review by the Justices setting in Court of the said servant Edward Teage, this Court does adjudge him the said Edward Teage fourteen years of age.[1]

The location of his birth is not known nor is his exact date of birth. His parents are unknown as well.

He was Previously listed as a son of John Teague Teague-10, though there are no sources to corroborate this.

1675 Land Claim

On June 8, 1675, Edward and Thomas Jones again appear before a court in Maryland, to claim a headright of land granted to Jones:

  • Eodem Die (this day) Thomas Jones proved his right to two hundred and fifty acres of land for transporting himself, Edward Teage, John Edomnds, Sr., Rebecca Edmonds, and John Edmonds, Jr. into this Province to inhabit.[2]

1686 Arrest for Unpaid Debt in Somerset County

Sometime in late 1686 or early 1687, a warrant for Edward's arrest appears to have been issued for an unpaid debt, since the court in Somerset County, Maryland records that in January of 1687:

  • Entries returnable the Second Tuesday in Janry: Anno Dom 1687. n:est: Invts Caps agt Edward Teague to answer to Thomas Roberts of a plea of Debt John Robinson Subpd on; the part of y plte.[3]

Note: "'n:est: Invts Caps" is an abbreviation that suggests that the Sheriff was unable to locate Edward to answer the arrest warrant or the plea against him.

1695 Patent for "Pembroke" and "Teggs Delight" in Cecil County

In 1695, Edward claimed his right to 300 acres of land: 160 acres he called "Pembroke" and 130 acres called "Tegg's Delight," both located along the Susquehanna River in Cecil County, Maryland. Pembroke was the first to be patented, on October 10, 1695:

  • "Charles, absolute, etc., to all persons, know ye that for and in consideration that Edward Tegg of Cecil County in our said province of Maryland hath due unto him 160 acres of land within our said province being due unto him the said Edward by assignment of 300 acres of land from Thomas Coursey out of a warrant for 919 acres of land granted the said Cousey 12 May 1695 as appears in the Land Office and upon such conditions and terms as are expressed in our Conditions of Plantations of our said province bearing date 5 April 1684 and remaining upon record in our said province of Maryland. We do therefore hereby grant unto him the said Edward Tegg all that tract or parcel of land called "Pembroke" lying in Cecil County and on the east side of the Susquehanna River. ... Containing and now laid out for 160 acres of land more or less according to the certificate of survey thereof taken and returned into our Land Office bearing date 26 August 1695 and there remaining together with all rights, profits, and benefits and priviledges thereunto belonging, (Royal mines excepted). To have and to hold the same unto him the said Edward Tegg, his heirs and assigns forever. To be holden of us and our heirs as of our Manor of Baltimore in free and common soccage by fealty only for all manner of services, yeilding and paying therefore yearly unto us and our heirs at our receipt at the City of St. Marys at the two most usual feast in the year, viz, the feast of the Annunciation of the blessed Virgin Mary and St. Michael the Archangel, by even and equal portions the rent of six shillings and five pence in silver or gold and for a fine upon every alienation of the said land, or any part thereof, one whole years rent in silver or gold or the full value thereof in such commondities as we and our heirs or such officer or officers as shall be appointed by us and our heirs from time to time to collect and receive the same shall accept in discharge thereof at the choice of us and our heirs, provided that if the said sum for a fine or alienation shall not have been paid unto us and our heirs before such alienation, the said alienation entered upon record either in the provincial court or in the county court where the same parcel of land lieth within one month next after such alienation the said alienation shall be void and of no effect. Given under our greater seal at arms this 10 October 1695. Witness our trusty and well beloved Colonel Henry Darnall, Keeper of Our Greater Seal, in our said Province of Maryland.[4]

The second of Edward's land patents was granted for Tegg's Delight on November 10, 1695:

  • We do hereby grant unto him, the said Edward Tegg all that tract or parcel of land called "Tegg's Delight" lying in Cecil County on the East Side of Susquehanna River on the side of a creek called Cunnuango ... containing and now laid out for 130 acres of land more or less.[5]

1697 Death

Edward is known to have died on March 9, 1697 at Tegg's Delight.

He is said to have drowned in the Hunango Creek of the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania. "Edward Teague died in the River that runs through Tegg's Delight. According to the Cecil County Historical Society his body was never recovered and the church records do not show him being buried at this location." [6]

Robert Barnes reports that "--- Teague had died by 19 April 1704 when his widow Susan married Emanuel Smith, and had issue: William, Catherine, Anne." [7]

Burial

He is said to be buried in the Saint Mary Annes Episcopal Church Cemetery, North East Cecil County, Maryland[8]

Estate

His estate was appraised on September 20, 1697, and his possessions were listed as follows[9]:

  • 2 frying pans
  • 1 brass kettle
  • 2 old pots
  • 1 hammer
  • 1 drawing knife
  • A sickle
  • A pair of hinges
  • A parcel of old iron
  • A box of iron
  • A handsaw
  • A pair of stockings and gloves
  • A feather bed
  • A broad axe
  • A dutch wheel
  • Pillows
  • 7 pairs Indian stockings
  • 7 Bld. guns
  • 2 chests
  • A parcel of woodenware
  • An old horse
  • 2s 10p cash
  • 2 gal. Brandy
  • 400 lb Tobacco
  • Cow yearlings
  • 32 lbs lard
  • 25 gal cider
  • A grubbing hoe
  • 1 pack salt
  • A crosscut saw
  • Indian corn
  • 2 old cider casts
  • 10 gals Rumlot
  • A box of iron [again]
  • Abill of Thomas Whomsly for 1200 lbs. Tobacco
  • 1 stock lock

His estate was settled 5-4-1702.: an appraisal of his estate, entered in court by Cornelius Comegy and George Almery of Cecil County.[10] Emanuel Smith who was the administrator of the estate, married Edward's Widow, Susannah.

Legacy

Interestingly, the land originally granted to Edward in 1695 remains largely intact near the modern town of Conowingo, Maryland. Since 1955, 600 acres that include Pembroke and Tegg's Delight have operated as Camp Conowingo, owned by the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland. Indeed, portions of the chimney and traces of Edward's homestead continue to stand where the stones were set more than 300 years ago.

Children

Children of Edward Teague and his wife Susannah: [11]

  1. Catherine Teague was born June 10, 1690, Cecil Manor, Cecil (now Harford) County. She died November 15, 1717 at Cecil Manor. She married Mark Whiteaker on May 13, 1705. He was born in 1685. He died in 1729.
  2. Martha Ann Teague was born about 1692 in Worton Creek Hundred, Cecil

County. She died in 1787 in Old Baltimore (now Harford) County. She married Thomas Mitchell. He was born on Sep 22, 1696 in Old Baltimore (now Harford) County, He died on Apr 24, 1761 in Old Baltimore County.

  1. William Abel Teague, Sr, was born in 1693 in Cecil County, Province

of Maryland, He died on May 26, 1762 in Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina. He married Isabella Elizabeth Loftin, daughter of William Loftin and Elizabeth Innes, on Sep 01, 1714 in Cecil County, Province of Maryland. She was born on Dec 19, 1693 in Musketta Creek, Old Baltimore County, Province of Maryland, (Old St. George Parish). She died about 1762 in Chatham, Rowan County, North Carolina.

  1. Joshua Teague was born about 1695 in Cecil County, Province of Maryland. He died in Cecil County, Province of Maryland.
  2. Susanna "Ann" Teague was born in 1696 in Teggs Delight, Cecil County,

Province of Maryland, She died in 1787 in Old Baltimore County, Province of Maryland. She married Thomas Mitchell. He was born about 1684 in Old Baltimore County, Province of Maryland. He died on Mar 11, 1747 in Old Baltimore County, Province of Maryland.

Research Notes

Disputed Parentage

Martha Bapp Bapp-4 and Betty Unknown Twigg Unknown Twigg-1 were both listed as mother of Edward Teague and spouse of John Teague. No data in either profile to support claim, no ancestors to compare. I completed the merge for Edward. (Bairfield-1 00:17, 21 May 2014 (EDT)) This is proven in court documents in Somerset County, MD, where it states that Edward "as the 6 year old child has 'no other relacon in this county'.

Further, "The question, where did Edward Teague come from? Was he transported direct from England, or was he brought into Maryland from the Eastern Shore of Virginia where some earlier Teagues had settled? The record doesn't say but in checking on Thomas Jones, the person who transported him into Maryland we find he, (Thomas Jones), was a mariner from Bristol, England, a trader and sheriff of Somerset County, Maryland. We believe Edward was 15 when transpored into Maryland; that his year of birth was in the neighborhood of 1660. As to the names of his parents, the Association hasn't let up on the research. We have several good leads, but nothing definite that we can prove by the records."[12]

Sources

  1. Archives of Maryland, Somerset Judicial Records (November 10, 1674)
  2. Maryland Index to Early Settlers (1630-1680), Vol. II., Hall of Records, Annapolis, MD
  3. Archives of Maryland, Somerset Judicial Records (1687-1689)
  4. Maryland Land Office, Annapolis, MD. Book C, p. 483.
  5. Maryland Land Office, Annapolis, MD. Book C, p. 485.
  6. Michelle Wigrgins Teague, note from post to his Find-a-Grave Memorial.
  7. Robert W. Barnes. Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co 1989. page 630.
  8. Find A Grave: Memorial #109777081 Edward Teague, Saint Mary Annes Episcopal Church Cemetery, North East, Cecil County, Maryland, USA.
  9. Inventories and Accounts of Cecil County. Annapolis, MD. Book 15, p. 295
  10. Estate Inventory, Cecil county Maryland, September 20, 1697
  11. Research of Judy L. Rodgers, Lockhart, Texas. Citing page 3 of 836 of The Teague Family Memorial Association, Vol. 1, No.2 which includes copies of wills and deeds.
  12. The Descendants of John Teague, p.1, by John D. Anderson, Jr. [1]

See Also:

Acknowledgments

  • WikiTree profile Teague-224 created through the import of Pool.ged on Jun 8, 2011 by Herb Poole. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Herb and others.
  • WikiTree profile Teague-437 created through the import of edd2a4e7-6f96-40c4-bc6e-fb0f4f3bcbd3.ged on Aug 20, 2012 by Michael Welborn. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Michael and others.
  • Thank you to William Graham for creating WikiTree profile Teague-680 through the import of WLGraham.ged on May 24, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by William and others.
  • Thank you to Raymond Williams for creating Teague-709 on 14 Aug 13. Click the Changes tab for the details on contributions by Raymond and others.
  • WikiTree profile Teague-195 created through the import of hichris.ged on Jun 6, 2011 by Chris Hamilton. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Chris and others.

For Review

. He married Susannah Welch Smith about 1685 in Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony2 . She was born in 1665 in Connawangoe Creek, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony2, 4, 7 . She died on Apr 03, 1741 in Bush, Old Baltimore County, Province of Maryland, British Colony (now Harford Co, Maryland2, 7 ).

Notes for Edward Teague: He died Mar. 9, 1696/7; Appraisal Sept 20,1697, Cornelius Comegy and George Almery, Cecil County, Maryland.

Web site: http://people.hsc.edu/faculty-staff/lewisw/research/teague/aqwg01.htm Source: Excerpt from the Teague Family Magazine originally published in the 1970's

Generation 2 2. CATHERINE2 TEAGUE (Edward1 ) 1, 8 was born on Jun 10, 1690 in Cecil Manor, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony1, 8 . She died on Nov 15, 1717 in Cecil Manor, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony (now Harford Co, Maryland1, 8 ). She married Mark Whiteaker on May 13, 1705. He was born in 1685. He died in 1729. Notes for Mark Whiteaker: Source: Teague Family Magazine: and Edward Bergeron in is a direct line to Mark Whiteaker. Teague Family Resource Centre Mark Whiteaker and Catherine Teague had the following children: 5. i. ELIZABETH3 WHITEAKER was born in 1704. She married FLOWER SWIFT. He was born in 1701. He died in 1742. ii. THOMAS WHITEAKER was born on Jun 12, 1712. iii. MARK WHITEAKER. He married ABIGALE JOHNSON. 3. WILLIAM ABEL2 TEAGUE SR. (Edward1 ) 2, 6, 9-10 was born in 1693 in Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony2, 6, 9-10 . He died on May 26, 1762 in Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina, British Colony10 . He married Isabella Elizabeth Loftin, daughter of William Loftin and Elizabeth Innes, on Sep 01, 1714 in Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony2, 11 . She was born on Dec 19, 1693 in Musketta Creek, Old Baltimore County, Province of Maryland, British Colony (Old St. George Parish2, 11-12). She died about 1762 in Chatham, Rowan County, North Carolina, British Colony2, 11-12 . Notes for William Abel Teague Sr.: Source: members.castles.com/liening/KATHY'S/D116.HTML E-mail Address liening castles.com Kathy Liening Fairfield, California 94533 William Teague was born in 1693 in Connawangoe Creek, Cecil, Maryland. He died in 1775 in Frederick County, virginia. LDS records state he went from Cecil Co., Maryland, to Fred County, Virginia, to Rowan County, North Carolina. William Teague 10 Sept 1716 Cecil County, 100 acres in tract named "Teague's endeavour" listed in "Settlers of MD 1701-1730' by Peter Wilson Coldham) 1737 Cecil County, Maryland Wm Teague sold his land or property. Frederick County, Virginia He moved with his family to where he remained for 14 years. He acquired several tracts of land recorded in the Winchester Court House Virginia. As some of the sons became of age, they too acquired land. Teagues, Shephads, Morgans, Crawfords, Van Metres, Hites and others were identified with the Mecklenburg (now Shepher dstown) locality. This area was known as the "Hite-Van Metre" patents. Wm Teague settled on the Hite-Van Metre lands: His property was a part of a 300 acres tract, then in Orange County, granted to Richard Pendell, 3 Page 4 of 826 Monday, August 17, 2020Generation 2 (cont.) His property was a part of a 300 acres tract, then in Orange County, granted to Richard Pendell, 3 Oct. 1734. 88 acres of the 300 sold to him by Pendell on a branch of the " Shenandore" River, called the " Cattail Branch" 121 acres from James Brown "lying on the south side of the Cohongoluta River, (Potomac River above its confluence with the Shenandoah) probably between Martinsburg and Mecklenburg 11 Oct. 1750, 145 acres granted by Thomas, Lord Fairfax. It is uncertain if he resided on any of them. A small stream, "Teague's Run", in the vicinity of Mecklenburg had its headspring on one of the old Teague properies. It empties into the Potomac near Shephards town. From County records at Winchester, Virginia 13 July 1744, Wm. Teague was the assignee of Jno. Baldwin. In 1751, Wm Teague prepared to emigrate to the Carolinas and sold his entire holdings of approx 500 acres in Frederick County, Virginia: 13 June 1751 to Benjamin Sebastin, 88; 17 Aug 1751 to Elijah Teague, his son, 145 acres; 17 Aug 1751 to Robert Fulsham, 121 acres; 3 Oct.1751 to Abraham Teague 135 acres; 12 Feb. 1752 deeds of lease and release for 192 acres made to Elijah and Abraham Teague by Wm Teague. Rowan County, N. Carolina 1751 Wm came into North Carolina with his two younger sons, Joshua, born N. Carolina 1732, Wm Teague, Jr. 1733. They were the first of the clan to settle in North Carolina. In the next 6 years they were joined by the other four sons, Rev. Edward, Moses, Abraham & Elijah & their families. All settled in Rowan County acquiring good tracts of land on Abbotts Creek. Conditions were suitable for progress and happiness. Within 15 years, this changed. 9 Jan 1761 #4918 Wm granted in Parish of St. Luke on North side of the Cattaba River. Wit: Jas Watson, Wm Reed. Examined by Tho Jones & W. Churton Warrant dated 3 Apr 1752, surveyed 18 Feb 1753. The plat reads "tract of land in Anson Co"; the grant reads "sd land in Rowan Co" - Rowan was formed from Anson in 1753. (Lord Granville to; from Original records�North Carolina State Archives- Raleigh)" In North Carolina, prior to the Revolutionary War, there was considerable unrest because of the method of taxation & the collection of these taxes by the British Authorities. This brought on the " Regulator Movement.' The climax being the "Battles of Almance," 16 May 1771. Being inexperienced, the 4,000 Regulators were defeated by the British in a matter of hours. Those who were engaged in this conflict found it expedient to remove themselves from the jurisdiction of the local authorities to avoid reprisals. After this took place in North Carolina, the Teagues family began to move into South Carolina. Elijah Teague settled in Newberry County, South Carolina several years before some of the other brothers came in. Joshua Teague began to dispose of his land in North Carolina & on 10 July 1771, he purchased 250 acres on Bush Creek in Laurens County, South Carolina.

All this information except where indicated with ref# came from

The Teague Family Memorial Association, Vol. 1, No.2. Where there are copies of wills and deeds.

More About Isabella Elizabeth Loftin: Burial: Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina, British Colony; Chestnut Hill Cemetery Notes for Isabella Elizabeth Loftin:

Her last name is in question was her name Loftin or Pennington Isabella Pennington, born 1697 Isabelle Loftin, born Dec 19, 1693.

Source: The Swaim-Tysen Family of Staten Island, New York, New Jersey, and Southern States compiled by Joseph F. Mullane, Lloyd B. Swaim, and Marjorie Decker Johnson. Vol. I copyright 1984. Vol. II copyright 1987.

There is a memorial plaque here for her; it is unknown where the body was buried. Info sent from Cheri Johnston: "In a chat with the manager of the cemetery for the City of Salisbury, she said it wouldn't be possible for Isabella to be buried there since the cemetery began in 1888, and Isabella died in 1762. (Unless perhaps she was moved there from another burial site, but there were no records in the cemetery office to indicate that.)"

William Abel Teague Sr. and Isabella Elizabeth Loftin had the following children:

Page 5 of 826 Monday, August 17, 2020Generation 2 (cont.) 6. i. EDWARD3 TEAGUE SR.13-14 was born on Aug 30, 171613-14 in Saint Mary Annes, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony. He died in 1810 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA14 . He married (1) LURANNAH VAN SWEARINGEN about 1739 in Chatham County, North Carolina, USA13 . She was born on Feb 15, 1715 in Queen Anne, Prince George's County, Province of Maryland, British Colony15 . She died in 1791 in Burke County, North Carolina, USA15 . He married (2) MARGARET SARAH PRICE about 1763 in North Carolina, USA. She was born in 174316 . She died in 1815 in Alexander County, North Carolina, USA16 .

7. ii. MOSES TEAGUE SR.2, 17-19 was born on Mar 03, 17182, 17-18 in Saint Mary Annes, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony. He died on Mar 31, 1799 in Chatham, Chatham County, North Carolina, USA2, 18-19 . He married (1) ELIZABETH LOFTIN about 1738 in Frederick County, Virginia, British Colony17, 20 . She was born on Jan 01, 1714 in Frederick County, Province of Maryland, British Colony2, 20 . She died on Nov 12, 1757 in Rowan County, North Carolina, USA2 . He married (2) RACHEL TAYLOR, daughter of Samuel Taylor and Rachel Leiper, after 1757 in Rowan County, North Carolina, British Colony. She was born about 1729 in Virginia, British Colony21 . She died in 1767 in Rowan County, North Carolina, British Colony21 .

8. iii. ABRAHAM TEAGUE22-23 was born on May 05, 1720 in North Sassafras Parish, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony22-23 . He died on Feb 04, 1771 in Rowan County, North Carolina, USA23 . He married Anna Permelia Brown about 1740 in Frederick County, Virginia, British Colony23 . She was born in 1725 in Frederick County, Virginia, British Colony. She died on May 03, 1812 in Rowan County, North Carolina, USA. 9. iv. CHARITY TEAGUE24 was born on Dec 11, 1722 in Saint Mary Annes, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony. She died on Oct 23, 1801 in Stokes County, North Carolina, USA24 . She married Johannes Michael "John" Swaim Sr, son of Johannes Tyson Swaim and Martha Prall, about 1744 in Frederick County, Virginia, British Colony25-27 . He was born on Oct 18, 1719 in New Utrecht, Kings County, New York, British Colony (Brooklyn25-29). He died on Oct 03, 1803 in Stokes County, North Carolina, USA25-27, 29-30 .

10. v. ELIJAH ARNOLD TEAGUE SR.31-32 was born on May 01, 1726 in N. Sassafras Parish, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony31-32 . He died on Oct 06, 1787 in Newberry County, South Carolina, USA (Black Jack 9631-32 ). He married Alsey "Alice" Davis, daughter of James Davis, in 1743 in Frederick County, Virginia, British Colony (St. Alphonse Church32-33). She was born in 172633 . She died on Mar 25, 1789 in Bush River, Newberry County, South Carolina, USA33 . vi. JOHN TEAGUE was born in 1730 in Maryland, USA. He died in 1762 in South Carolina, USA. More About John Teague: Burial: Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina, USA 11. vii. SUSANNAH TEAGUE was born on Jan 30, 1730 in Saint Mary Annes, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony. She died in 1812 in Greene County, Georgia, USA. She married Joseph Boring about 1761 in Orange County, North Carolina, British Colony (or Meriwether County, Georgia). He died in 1775.

12. viii. JOSHUA ISREAL TEAGUE34-36 was born on Jan 30, 173234-35 in Saint Mary Annes, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony. He died on May 12, 1804 in Laurens, Laurens County, South Carolina, USA34-35 . He married Dorothy Caldwell "Dotty" Gauntt, daughter of Zebulon Gaunt Sr and Sophia Page 6 of 826 Monday, August 17, 2020Generation 2 (cont.) Dorothy Caldwell "Dotty" Gauntt, daughter of Zebulon Gaunt Sr and Sophia Shoverde, in May 1758 in Rowan County, North Carolina, British Colony. She was born in 1729 in South Carolina, British Colony34, 37 . She died in 1803 in Laurens, Laurens County, South Carolina, USA34, 37 . 13. ix. WILLIAM ABEL TEAGUE JR.38-39 was born on Jul 30, 1733 in Saint Mary Annes, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony (North Sassafras38). He died on Nov 01, 1803 in Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina, USA38 .

He married Elizabeth Eleanore Simonton in 1755 in Saint Mary Annes, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony. She was born in 1736 in Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony. She died on Jan 14, 1802 in Iredell County, North Carolina, USA. 14. x. RACHEL TEAGUE was born on Sep 01, 1735 in Saint Mary Annes, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony. She died in Mar 1795 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia, USA. She married David Shepherd in 175640-47 . He was born on Jan 17, 1734 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia, USA (now Shepherdstown, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA40-47). He died on Feb 02, 1795 in Shepherdstown, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA (Fort Shepherd40-47). xi. ISAAC TEAGUE was born about 1737 in Saint Mary Annes, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony. He died before 1827. xii. BENJAMIN TEAGUE was born about 1739 in Saint Mary Annes, Cecil County, Province of Maryland, British Colony. He died before 1829. 4. SUSANNA "ANN"2 TEAGUE (Edward1 ) 1 was born in 1696 in Teggs Delight, Cecil C



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Teague-2538 and Teague-9 appear to represent the same person because: Appearant duplicate. Edward has been WELL Researched.
posted by Lynette Jester
Teague-1959 and Teague-9 appear to represent the same person because: They're married to the same person, even if the birth dates are slightly different. Susannah "Susan" Welch married Edward Teague/Tegg first, then when he died married Emanuel Smith, with whom she had Martha Smith.
Under Disputed Parentage, referenced to Edward being 6 and no other relations, is a misquote of The John D. Anderson PDF which says Nineteenth day of October Ao Do one Thousand Six hundred seventy five. The same Day Commrs present as afore

To the worpfl Commrs of Sommersett County The humble Peticon of John Dorman Humbly Sheweth Whereas Yor Peticrs wife having a sister in this County formerly the wife of John Teague deceased Since the wife of Richard Turner, now yor Peticre wifes Sister is dead & left one Chilld behinde begatn by her former husband John Teague wch Chilld the aforesd : Turner brought to yor Peticr Therfore yor peticr Craves yt yor worppfl may be pleased to order that ye Said Chilld may remayne with yor peticr till She is of age She having no other relacon in this County & yor peticr Shall Pray for you as he is bound in duty ~ John Dorman: Whereas John Teague deceased had A Chilld by his wife Eliza Sister to Sarah the wife of Jno Dorman plantr The said Chilld name being Elizabeth Teague Six years of age next 20th day of December John Dorman Peticons this Cort that the Chilld might be ordered to Stay with him untill she Comes to age: This Cort orders that the said Eliza Teague remayne with the said John Dorman plantor as Long as the Cort thinks fitt or otherwise orders."

According to other court documents in 1674, Edward is declared to be 14 years of age, the year before Eliza a girl, is nearly 6. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Teague_Name_Study The Edward Teage/Tegg Conundrum

posted by Lynette Jester
Mags, Drew Teague-1413 is working on Space:Index_of_Teague_Families_in_the_British_Isles_before_1700. I'm sure its to try to find an Edward who fits this Edward, or possible parents. Drew and Dave Teague-1756 have found a John Teag in Pembrokeshire that we find interesting because before Tegg's Delight, Edward had a patent for land he called Pembroke.
posted by Lynette Jester
I have no idea how many of these children were twins. I was working on Whitaker family profiles when I came across Edward TEAGUE with no profile manager. I have not had a chance to peruse this family. Your comment was sort of blunt so if you would like to take over as profile manager, be my quest. I am going to back out. You might contact the following: UNDER Construction -- This Family/Line is currently being worked by a WikiTree Arborist M.Gaulden She can possibly answer all your questions.
posted by Janis (Joseph) Denison
how many of these children were twins? Edward and Susannah were only married 6 years before he died. Most children were born about 18 mo after the previous. Meaning... too many children born in too short a time. Susannah's 2nd husband Smith, mentions Teague children in his will.
posted by Lynette Jester
Mags, I believe that Teague-1029 and Teague-9 are the same, but Edward didn't marry Isabell/Elizabeth Loften or Pennington.
posted by Lynette Jester
Teague-1029 and Teague-9 do not represent the same person because: Still scratching my head over this one...Mags
posted by Mags Gaulden
Teague-1029 and Teague-9 appear to represent the same person because: These two profile are for the same people, though Dee Ann doesn't have sourcing for him the dates (are close enough) and people are correct. The merge she proposed earlier was set as an unmerged match, I am assuming, because the merge was set to go up in WTID rather than down. Mags
posted by Mags Gaulden

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