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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, William
(1733-1803)

 

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SYMINGTON, Eleanor

TEAGUE, William

  • Born: 31 Jul 1733, North Sassafras Parish, Cecil County, Maryland Colony
  • Marriage: SYMINGTON, Eleanor
  • Died: 1 Nov 1803, Iredell County, North Carolina, United States
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bullet  Birth Notes:

William Teague (maybe this one) b 30 Jul 1733 (Register of Births, Marriages and Deaths in St Mary Ann's Parish, Cecil Co, MD)

William Teague (maybe this one) b [or buried?] 16 May 1734 (Register of Births, Marriages and Deaths in St Mary Ann's Parish, Cecil Co, MD)

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Residence, Cir 1751, North Carolina Colony. 1765 Went to NC with father around 1751.

2. Property, 6 Feb 1759, Orange County, North Carolina Colony. 819 Willm Teague [maybe this one. A similar warrant at the same time was to William's brother Edward] warrant to Willm Churton to survey 640 acres in Orange Co, joining Willm Vernon and (a point) near Timothy Terrel, being the place Tague lives on. Entered 20 (or 28) November 1758. Back of document reads "Grant 18 July 1760" (Miscellaneous Land Office Papers).

3. Property, 26 May 1759, Orange County, North Carolina Colony. 2031 Willm Teague [maybe this one] plat, 160 acres in Orange County on both sides of New Garden Road to Cape Fair, joining William Varnel and a Stone in a Glade (Miscellaneous Land Office Papers).

4. Property, 21 Jul 1760, Orange County, North Carolina Colony. 2032 William Teage granted 160 acres in Orange Co in the Parish of St Matthew on both sides of New Garden Road to Cape Fear, joining William Varnell and a Stone in a Glade.

5. Appearance in Document, 10 Apr 1761, Dobbs County, North Carolina Colony. 2033 Crown to David Jernagan, 177 acres in Dobbs Co near William Teague ... (NC Land Patent book 15, p354).

6. Property, 1772, Chatham County, North Carolina Colony. 822 Deed from William and Elenor Teague to Edward Teague Sr (Chatham Co Deed book A, p100) [this pretty much places this William in Chatham Co prior to 1772, so increases chances that earlier William Teague land activity in Chatham Co was this William Teague. Need to examine this deed to see if it is the same land. If this deed says "of SC", then it also specifies their departure from Chatham Co.]

7. Property, 1772, Chatham County, North Carolina Colony. Faye Teague Caynor reports that Chatham Co Deeds show in 1772, William Teague and his wife Eleanor of SC (could not make out county) appointed Edward Teague, Sr. as their Power of Attorney. That's the only reference to Sr. that she found.

8. Appearance in Document, 1785, Randolph County, North Carolina, United States. Wm Teague [maybe this one] and a "Magnass" Teague signed a petition to change the location of the seat of government in the newly formed Randolph County. (petition posted on US GenWeb Archives)

9. Property, 20 Oct 1795, Iredell County, North Carolina, United States. Isam Gibson to James William Teague (maybe this one) for 30, 40 acres, situated in Iredell Co, formerly Burke, on SE side Lower Little River bounded on E and S land of John Smith deeded 11 Sept 1779, conveyed to John Edgar 14 Mar 1781, thence to Isam Gibson 15 Sep 1788. (Iredell Deeds B:727-8)

10. Property, 27 Feb 1796, Iredell County, North Carolina, United States. Welborn Gibson to William Teague [maybe this one] for 10, 40 acres situated adjacent John Edgars line originally part of 300 acre tract granted to John Smith by state grant. (Iredell Deeds B:752)

11. Property, 26 Mar 1796, Iredell County, North Carolina, United States. Magness Teague to Wm Teague [maybe this one] for 150, 150 acres situated E side of Lower Little River, being part of 250 acre tract granted to Wm Alexander by NC 7 Oct 1782 conveyed by him to Magness Teague 5 July 1793. (Iredell Deeds B:696-8)

12. Property, 27 Jan 1797, Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. Deed from William Teague Jr [maybe this one] of Jerdal [Iredell?] County to Isaac Teague of Chatham Co, 150 acres on waters of Rocky River, witnessed by Jacob and Barnsly Teague (Chatham Co Deed Book I, p36)

13. Property, 15 Aug 1797, Iredell County, North Carolina, United States. Wm Teague to Wm Teague Sr [maybe this one] for 10, 40 acres, situated in Iredell Co, formerly Burke, adjacent John Edgar line. Originally part of 300 acre grant from NC to John Smith 11 Sep 1779, conveyed to Wm Gibson 1 May 1791 and by him to Teague 17 Feb 1796. (Iredell Deeds B:725-6)

14. Property, 15 Aug 1797, Iredell County, North Carolina, United States. Wm Teague Jr to Wm Teague Sr [maybe this one], for 50, 200 acres in Iredell Co on S side Lower Little River adj Alexander Graham. Witness: Joshua Teague. (Iredell Deeds B:744-5)

15. Property, 15 Aug 1797, Iredell County, North Carolina, United States. William Teague to William Teague Sr [maybe this one] for 30, 40 acres situated in Iredell Co, formerly Burke, SE side of Lower Little River bounded on E and S by lands of John Smith. Originally part of 304 acre tract conveyed to John Smith by state grant 11 Sep 1779, by him to John Edgar 14 Mar 1781, by him to Isam Gibson 15 Sep 1788, by Gibson to Wm Teague 20 Oct 1795. Witness: Joshua Teague. (Iredell Deeds B:759-61)

16. Property, 1 Nov 1803, Iredell County, North Carolina, United States. 54 Deed from Heirs of William Teague Sr, deceased of Iredell Co, to Isaac Teague of Wilkes Co, one of the heirs. Land in Iredell Co, formerly Burke Co, 287 acres. Heirs who sign deed are Van Teague, Moses Teague, Francis Teague, Elijah Teague, Cornelius Jobel, William Teague, James Watts, Joshua Teague, Nimrod Teague, and Magness Teague. Witnessed by Joseph Teague. (Iredell Co, Deed book F, p74).

17. Story. William Teague Jr (1733-1803) married Eleanor Symington and died in Iredell Co, NC. ("Marylanders to Carolina. Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prior to 1800", Henry C Peden, Jr, 1994)

18. Story. 1897 William Teague, son of William and Isabella, b 31 July 1733, d 1 Nov 1803 in Iredell Co, NC. Wife Eleanor.

19. Story. William Teague Jr, son of William and Isabelle, b 30 Jul 1733 in North Sassafras Parish, Cecil Co, MD, d 1 Nov 1803 in Iredell Co, NC, married Eleanor Symington ca 1753. Children were Elizabeth, Isaac, Magnus, Francis B, Nimrod, Vandiver, Joseph, William H (b ca 1754), Lurannah (b 1762), Moses (b ca 1770), and Elijah (b 12 May 1788, d 6 Mar 1852). (According to Teague Family Index on web at www.seankell.com/familytree/teague)

20. Story. 832 William Teague Jr, son of William and Isabella, b 31 Jul 1733, d 1 Nov 1803 in Iredell Co NC, m Eleanor Simonton.


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William married Eleanor SYMINGTON.




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