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YORK, Jesse*
(-1824)
BURROWS, Lucy*
(Cir 1790-)
Deceased
YORK, Braxton*
(Abt 1798-Bef 1860)
ELLIOTT, Mary*
(1804-)
YORK, Nancy J.*
(1825-1908)

 

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TEAGUE, Isiah*

YORK, Nancy J.* 923

  • Born: 6 Dec 1825, Randolph County, North Carolina, United States 46,48,879,2590
  • Marriage: TEAGUE, Isiah* in 1854 879
  • Died: 31 May 1908 2590
  • Buried: Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 2590
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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

1. Alt. Birth, Dec 1824, North Carolina, United States. 916

2. Census, 1830, Randolph County, North Carolina, United States. Braxton York entry includes one female under 5 [Nancy should be 4]. (Randolph Co, sheet 55)

3. Census, 1840, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. Entry for Braxton York shows one female between 10 and 15 [Nancy should be 14]. (Orange Co, Southern Division, Page 236, 5 from bottom of page)



4. Census, 13 Sep 1850, South District, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 48
1) Branton York, age 52, farmer, born NC
2) Nancy York, age 46, born NC [should be Mary York]
3) Mary York, age 24, born NC [should be Nancy York]
4) Lucinda York, age 18, born NC
5) Louisa L. York, age 16, born NC
6) Pleasant York, age 14, born NC, attends school
7) Lucy York, age 11, born NC, attends school
8) Marion York, age 9, male, born NC, attends school
9) Mary York, age 6, born NC, attends school
10) Sarah York, age 3, born NC
11) Elizabeth York, age 1, born NC.



5. Census, 18 Jul 1860, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 879
1) Isaiah Teague, age 44, blk smith, $200 real estate, born NC
2) N J Teague, age 35, born NC
3) Thos Teague, age 20, born NC
4) Aanana Teague, 20, female, born NC
5) Isabella Teague, age 18, born NC
6) John Teague, age 16, born NC
7) Wm Teague, age 14, born NC, attends school
8) Henry Teague, age 12, born NC, attends school
9) Jemmima Teague, age 10, born NC, attends school
10) Lucinda Teague, age 5, born NC, attends school
11) Sarah Teague, age 3, born NC
12) P. J. Teague, age 1, male, born NC.



6. Census, 22 Aug 1870, Newlin Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 46
1) Teague, Isaah, age 54, farmer, $500 real estate, $150 personal estate, born NC
2) Teague, Nancy, age 44, seamstress, born NC
3) Teague, Louisa, age 25, keeping house, born NC
4) Teague, Isabella, age 23, no occupation, born NC
5) Teague, Jemima, age 20, works in cotton mill, born NC
6) Teague, Janet, age 15, works in cotton mill, born NC
7) Teague, Emma, age 12, works in cotton mill, born NC
8) Teague, Gilmer, age 10, at home, born NC, attends school
9) Teague, Virginia, age 7, at home, born NC, attends school
10) Teague, Lavinia, age 5, at home, born NC, attends school
11) York, Elizabeth, 20, works in cotton mill, born NC.



7. Census, 1 Jun 1880, Newlin Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 923
1) Teag, Isaiah, age 64, born Oct, married, farmer, born NC, parents born NC
2) Teag, Nancy J., age 54, born Dec, wife, house keeping, born NC, parents born NC
3) Teag, Plesant G., age 20, born July, son, work on farm, born NC, parents born NC
4) Teag, Nancy V., age 19, born Oct, daughter, work in cotton mill, unemployed 12 months, born NC, parents born NC
5) Teag, Suwany A., age 15, born Oct, daughter, work in cotton mill, unemployed 12 months, born NC, parents born NC
6) Fowler, Miney B., age 9, born July, works in the family, born NC, parents born NC
7) Teag, Rosey M., age 18, born Apr, boarder, works in cotton mill, unemployed 12 months, born NC, parents born NC
8) Teag, Henrietta, age 16, born Mar, boarder, works in cotton mill, unemployed 12 months, born NC, parents born NC
9) Thompson, Mary, age 17, born Apr, boarder, works in cotton mill, unemployed 12 months, born NC, parents born NC.

8. Story, 1890, Saxapahaw, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 1367 Prominent members of the founding group of the Saxapahaw Union Church, which later became Saxapahaw Methodist Church, were William F Lindley, Joseph D Bacon, and Nancy Teague.

9. Property, 20 Jan 1891, Burlington Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. P G Teague and his wife Rosa A Teague sell to Nancy J Teague for $25 half an acre of land in Burlington Twp on Davis Street (Alamance Co Deed book 17, p41)

10. Property, 6 Sep 1894, Burlington Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. On 6 Sep 1894, Nancy J Teague mortgaged the property on Davis Street for $100, to H C Foster. The mortgage was repaid in full later. (Alamance Co Mortgage Deed book 17, p552)



11. Census, 22 Jun 1900, Burlington Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 916
1) Teague, Nancy J., head of household, born Dec 1824, age 75, widow, 5 children, 4 living, born NC, parents born NC, can read and write, owns her home free, house is on Dixie St.
2) Horn, Savan, boarder, female, born Oct 1867, age 32, married for 6 years, 2 children, 2 living, born NC, parents born NC, can read and write
3) Horn, William, boarder, born 1870, age 30, married for 6 years, born NC, parents born NC
4) Horn, Bertha, boarder, born Oct 1895, age 4, born NC, parents born NC
5) Horn, Hattie, boarder, born Jun 1897, age 2, born NC, parents born NC.

12. Story: Other Nancy Yorks. I believe Nancy's parents are Braxton and Nancy York. See their record for reasons why. However, until there is proof, here are other possible origins for Nancy York:

NC Marriage Bonds lists a Nancy Jane Rollings, who marries William Milton York on 31 July 1851 in Randolph County (bond number 115386).

A better possibility is Nancy Myrick, who marries William Y York on 30 Aug 1846 in Randolph County (bond number 115389). William Y York is shown living by himself in the 1850 Census, age 27, millwright (Randolph County, Northern Division, p212). He is not listed in the 1860 Census. In 1850, William Y York deeds some land in Randolph County to John B York. In 1852, Randolph County deed book 28, page 509, says that William York is deceased, and his land was sold on 23 Apr 1851 as a result of a Court of Equity decision in the Spring Term 1851 . The court approved the sale in Fall Term 1851, and the deed was transferred to Semore York on 23 Mar 1852 for $209. The land was on Reed Creek in Randolph County. Seymore York sold the same property to his son William H York on 7 Dec 1852 for $350 (deed book 30, p128). The Equity Court minutes, p403, 4 March 1851, state that an affa davit was filed by two York family members requesting that some land belonging to William York be divided, but the court said they could not be divided without injury to one or both of the tenants, so the judge ordered the land to be sold. There was no will for William Y York found in the Randolph will index. All this seems to create an unmarried Nancy (Myrick) York as of William Y York's death around 1851 . No Myrick wills have been found in Randolph county that might refer to Nancy Teague or Nancy York. There is no record of Isiah Teague found in Randolph county.


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Nancy married Isiah* TEAGUE, son of John* TEAGUE and Anna* HORNADAY, in 1854.879 (Isiah* TEAGUE was born on 14 Nov 1815 in Chatham County, North Carolina, United States,46,878,879,2586,2587 died on 15 Sep 1888 in Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 2587 and was buried in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 2587.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Story, 1854. According to Teague Family Index on web (www.seankell.com/familytree/teague), Isiah Teague, son of John and Anna, m2 1854 Nancy York.




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