Edward's father was John Teague, b ca 1635 in England, d 1677 in Maryland. Edward was b 1660 in England, d 9 Mar 1696/7 in Cecil Co MD, married Susan in 1689, Susan b 1671 in Cecil Co MD. (According to Teague Family Index on web at www.seankell.com/familytree/teague)
Noted events in his life were:
1. Story, 1672, St Mary's County, Maryland, United States. 1687 Thomas Jones was also a trader and sheriff of Somerset County, Maryland. In 1672 he was given exclusive rights to trade with the Indians in St Mary's County, Maryland.
2. Story, 8 Jun 1675. 1688 On 8 Jun 1675, Thomas Jones proved his rights to 250 acres of land transporting himself, Edward Teague [maybe this one], John Edmonds Sr, Rebecca Edmonds, and John Edmonds Jr into the providence to inhabit. However, it is not clear where Edward was coming from. Was he transported direct from England, or was he brought into Maryland from the eastern shores of Virginia where some earlier Teagues had settled? The record does not say, but Thomas Jones was a mariner from Bristol, England.
3. Story, 8 Jun 1675, Maryland, United States. 1689 The earliest known record located on Edward Teague is contained in the Hall of Records in Annapolis, Maryland, in the "Index to Early Settlers" (1630-1680) Volume 2. This reads as follows: June 8, 1675, "Eodem Die [this day] Thomas Jones proved his right to two hundred and fifty acres of land for transporting himself, Edward Teage, John Edmonds, Sr., Rebecca Edmonds, John Edmonds, Jr., into this province to inhabit."
4. Property, 26 Aug 1695, Maryland, United States. 1690 First mention of 160 acre grant. "I do hereby assign unto Edward Tegg and his heirs 160 acres of land out of a warrant for 919 acres granted me the 12th May 1695. To have and to hold the same unto him and his heirs forever as witness my hand and seal this 26 August 1695. [signed] Thomas Coursey" (Maryland Land Office, Annapolis, MD, Book C, p483)
5. Property, 10 Oct 1695, Cecil County, Maryland Colony. 1691 Patent to Edward Tegg, "Pembroke", 160 acres: "By virtue of a warrant for 919 acres of land granted unto Thomas Coursey of Cecil County bearing date of the 12th of May last past and 300 acres thereof assigned unto Edward Tegg as may appear, I , Thomas Coursey, Deputy Surveyor, by appointment of Captain Richard Smith, Surveyor General, do humbly certify that I have laid out for the said Tegg all that tract or parcel of land called "Pembrooke", lying and being in the county aforesaid, and on the east side of Susquehanna River ... containing and now laid out for 160 acres, more or less, to be holden of the Manor of Baltimore and of me." (Maryland Land Office, Annapolis, MD, Book C, p483).
6. Property, 10 Oct 1695, Cecil County, Maryland Colony. 1692 Grant of "Pembroke", 160 acres. "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." (Maryland Land Office, Annapolis, MD, Book C, p483)
7. Property, 10 Nov 1695, Cecil County, Maryland Colony. 1693 Patent to Edward Tegg, "Tegg's Delight", 130 acres. "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." (Maryland Land Office, Annapolis, MD, Book C, p485)
8. Property: Cecil County, Maryland Colony. 1687 Edward Teague (Tegg) had a warrant patent of 300 acres in Cecil County, MD, as laid out in two tracts, one for 130 acres dated 25 August 1695, and the other 160 acres dated 26 [or 16] August 1695. These were recorded in the land office in Annapolis. 10 acres of the original warrant were never surveyed and so Edward failed to acquire title to those.
9. Story. 1694 In colonial Maryland a simple system was set up for obtaining land patents. The system was established to encourage the ownership of land in order to generate revenue for Lord Baltimore. A headright was established as the earliest requirement to obtaining the right to land. Under headright, land was granted based on the number of immigrants that were transported by an individual. Later this requirement was changed to a payment of money, called "caution money". After establishing headright or paying caution money, a warrant was issued. This allowed the person to have a surveyor lay out a parcel of land. The surveyor returned a certificate which described the parcel and often included a sketch showing the lay of the land. This certificate allowed the person to proceed to the last step, obtaining a patent. The patent also described the tract. All patents were subjected to an annual quitrent.
10. Property, 1965, Cecil County, Maryland Colony. 1695 Edward Teague (Tegg) recorded a certificate for a tract in Cecil Co, MD, called "Teague's (Teggs) Delight", 130 acres. The certificate was recorded in Lib C#3, folio 484. The patent was recorded in Lib C#3, folio 485. In 1754, the same tract name, now 208 acres, was recorded by Robert Graham. The certificate was recorded in Lib BC&GS#27, folio 123. The patent was recorded in Lib BC&GS #28, folio 238. The surveyor's patented certificate was #980.
11. Probate, 20 Sep 1697, Cecil County, Maryland Colony. 32,1688 On Edward's death on 9 Mar 1697, his estate was apraised. The apraisement, dated 20 Sept 1697, includes 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 weel, pillows, 7 pair 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, grubbing hoe, 1 pack salt, crosscut saw, indian corn, 2 old cider casts, 10 gals Rumlot, a box of iron [again], a bill of Thomas Whomsly for 1200 lb Tobacco, 1 stock lock. (Maryland Hall of Records, Annapolis MD, Inventories and Accounts of Cecil County, Book 15, p295).
12. Probate, 11 Oct 1697, Cecil County, Maryland Colony. 32 "Returns of John Thompson, Deputy Commissioner, Cecil County, 11 October 1697, Administration Bond of the Estate of Edward Teague, late of Cecil County, deceased, ---- Emanuel Smith who married the relict (of the) said deceased had letters of administration to him granted in right of his wife and Bemoni Clarke and Henry Peterson his securities in 80 pounds of tobacco and ordered to be filed." (Maryland Hall of Records, Annapolis MD, Testementary Proceedings of Cecil County, Book 17, p39).
13. Probate, 4 May 1702, Cecil County, Maryland Colony. 35,1688 The final settlement of Edward's estate ("Edward Teage late of Cecil County, deceased March 9 1697") was completed, listing Emanuel Smith of Baltimore County, MD as administrator of the estate.
14. Appearance in Document, 19 Apr 1704. 35 Emanuel Smith made his last will (he died 3 Jun 1704), which included the names of Edward Teague's children and wife Susan. See Emanuel's record for more details.
15. Story. These are children of Edward: Anna Teague (Twin) Born abt. 1695 in Cecil, Maryland and died March 11, 1747. She married a Thomas Metchell. Joshua Teague (Twin) Born abt. 1695 in Cecil, Maryland and died as an Infant in Cecil Maryland. Catherine Teague born 1690 in Teggs Delight, Cecil County, Maryland. Died Nov 15, 1717 in St. George Parish, Harford County, Maryland. She married a Mark Whitaker. Susannah Teague. Born abt. 1690 in Teggs Delight, Cecil County, Maryland and died April 3, 1741 in Baltiore County, Maryland. She married John Cowen. William Teague (my 6th Great Grandfather) born c1693 in Cecil County, Maryland and died Nov 1762 in Rowan County, North Carolina. (posted on Teague Rootsweb by Barbara J Scott <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 8 Sept 2002)
16. Story. 1696 Born ca 1660, died 1697 in Cecil Co, MD, one known son William, according to Teague Family Memorial Association.
Edward married Susan UNKNOWN in 1689 in Cecil County, Maryland Colony. (Susan UNKNOWN was born in 1671 in Cecil County, Maryland Colony.)