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TEAGUE, Edward
(1659-1697)
UNKNOWN, Susan
(1671-)
LOFTIN, William
(Abt 1650-1704)
IVES, Elizabeth
(Abt 1650-1703)
TEAGUE, William
(1693-1775)
LOFTIN, Isabella
(1693-1737)
TEAGUE, Elijah
(1726-1778)

 

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DAVIS-MORGAN, Alice

TEAGUE, Elijah 2026

  • Born: 1 May 1726, North Sassafras Parish, Cecil County, Maryland Colony
  • Marriage: DAVIS-MORGAN, Alice before 1758 2026
  • Died: 1778, Ninety-Six District, South Carolina, United States 834
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bullet  Birth Notes:

Elijah Teague b 1 May 1726 (Register of Births, Marriages and Deaths in St Mary Ann's Parish, Cecil Co, MD)

bullet  Death Notes:

Elijah Teague died 1778 in Newberry Co, SC.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Property, 3 Aug 1753, Frederick County, Virginia, United States. 1747 Elijah Teague and his wife Alice sold the 64-acre section of the Pendal patent land and 64 acres of the 145-acre Fairfax grant land to William Crawford on 3 Aug 1753 (Frederick Co, VA Deed Book 3, p134).

2. Property, 4 Aug 1753, Frederick County, Virginia, United States. 1758 According to Frederick County, VA records, Elijah Teague and wife Alice transferred to Wm Crawford adjoining tracts of 64 and 128 acres on 4 Aug 1753. Certificates of deeds of lease and release for this transference were made to Elijah and Abraham Teague by William Teague and recorded 12 Feb 1752. The sale was confirmed by a bond of Edward Teague, recorded 10 Oct 1753. Edward is described as the eldest son and heir-in-law of William Teague, late of Fredrick County, but removed to some part of Carolina.

3. Property, 4 Aug 1753, Frederick County, Virginia, United States. 2027 Deed from Elijah Teague and wife Alice to William Crawford. "...convey to William Crawford part of two tracts of land adjoining each other. One part containing 64 acres and being part of a 300 acre tract granted to Richard Pendal by patent bearing date 3 October 1734 and conveyed by said Pendal to William Teague and by him to Elijah Teague. The other part containing 64 acres and being part of 143 acres granted to said William Teague by Lord Fairfax 11 Oct ober 1750 and conveyed by him to said Elijah Teague ... lying and being in the county aforesaid on Cattail, a branch of the Shenandoah River ... [borders George Fairfax, Thomas Smith, William Teague, Abraham Teague] ... containing 128 acres." [At court on 4 Oct 1753, Alice, wife of Elijah Teague, appears and waived dower.] (Frederick Co Deed Book 3, p135).

4. Residence, Between 1753 and 1756, Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. It appears that Elijah moved from Virginia to Rowan Co between 1753 and 1756.

5. Property, 19 Jan 1756, Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. William Buis Esquire of Rowan Co to Elijah Teague planter of the same place, 444 acres near Abbots Creek, 26 Va money. (Rowan Co Deeds 1:156-9)

6. Property: Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Elijah Teague and wife Alice to James Evens for 22 177 acres on Abbotts Creek bought from Wm Buis 20 Jan 1756. (Rowan Deeds 6:281-2)

7. Military Service, 19 Oct 1758. 2028 Elijah Teague made a Captain in Col Osborn's Company in the war against the Indians. In June 1759 and March 1760 he registered claims of expense in the war against the Cherokee Indians.

8. Appearance in Document, 1761, Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Elijah Teague and his wife Alice were in Rowan County, NC, by 1761/2 (Rowan County, NC Court Minute Book, pp372, 419, 633)

9. Appearance in Document, Jul 1765, Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. "Elijah Teague's marke is a Crap and a Slit in the Left Year And Brand is thus E T on the Near Shoulder and Thy." (Rowan Co Court Minutes, July term, 1765)

10. Property, 29 Oct 1765, Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Elijah Teague and wife Alice to Wm Thacker for 150 263 acres on both sides of Abbotts Creek sold him by Wm Buis 20 Jan 1756. (Rowan Deeds 7:65-6)

11. Property, 9 Jul 1766, Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. 2028 Elijah Teague sold 177 acres of land in Rowan County.

12. Property, 15 Jan 1767, Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. 2028 15 Jan 1767 Elijah Teague sold the balance of his holdings and moved to South Carolina.

13. Property, 3 Feb 1767, South Carolina, United States. 2028 Elijah Teague moved to South Carolina, where he obtained a grant of 200 acres on 3 Feb 1767. This land was in the fork of the Broad and Saluda Rivers situated on a small branch of Bush Creek.

14. Property, 2 Apr 1771, Ninety-Six District, South Carolina, United States. 2028 Elijah Teague obtained a grant of 250 acres on the Beaver Dam, a small branch of the Bush River in what is now Newberry County, SC.

15. Story. 2029 Elijah Teague was killed by Tories in an attack on his home during the Revolutionary War. In the "Annals of Newberry", printed in 1898, there is an account of his death, although it fails to mention his name or the date. The story is really about Elijah's son Samuel. "Samuel Teague was not originally a Quaker. He was reared near Black Jack in Newberry District. Being a lad during the Revolution, he had escaped conscription by the Whigs, but was exposed to the cruelties of the Tories. One day they were seen approaching the house, a puncheon was lifed and he was hidden under the floor. The Tories came in, and by their terrible demonstrations so frightened his sick father that he rose from his bed and ran across the adjoining lot. The Tories shot him, hacked him with their swords and so stripped the house of everything in the clothing line that Samuel had to take the shirt from his back to bury his father in. Truly these were times that tried men's souls. Samuel Teague, to avenge the murder of his father, to serve his country, or both, afterwards enlisted in the service of the patriots, but to what extent, we have never learned, presumably until the end of the war."

16. Story. 831 Elijah Teague, son of William and Isabella, b 1 May 1726, d in Newberry County, SC, about 1780. Wife Alice, Alis or Alce.

17. Story. Elijah Teague (1726-1780) married Alice [unknown], died in Newberry Co SC. ("Marylanders to Carolina. Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prio to 1800", Henry C Peden, Jr, 1994)

18. Occupation: Planter.

19. Appearance in Document: Bush River Mtg, Ninety-Six District, South Carolina, United States. 2026 Elijah Teague maried Alce, had child Samuel (b 3-2-1759).

20. Appearance in Document, 10 Mar 1778, Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. James Billingsley obtains land on both sides of Abbotts Creek, bordering land "formerly of Elisha Teague" and Isaac Teague. (Rowan Co Vacant Land Entries, #563)

21. Story. Elijah Teague, son of William and Isabelle, b 1 May 1726 in North Sassafras Parish, Cecil Co, MD, d 1778 in Newberry Co, SC. He married Ailsey Davis-Morgan (b 1727, d 1791). (According to Teague Family Index on web at www.seankell.com/familytree/teague)


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Elijah married Alice DAVIS-MORGAN before 1758.2026 (Alice DAVIS-MORGAN was born in 1727 and died in 1791.)




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