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TEAGUE, Edward*
(Abt 1755-Abt 1804)
McDANIEL, Margaret*
(1765-1820)
PIKE, John
(1772-1844)
DAVISON, Mary
(1772-After 1850)
TEAGUE, John*
(1789-1860)
PIKE, Susannah
(1816-1907)
TEAGUE, Samuel
(1840-1887)

 

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DAVIDSON, Martha Susan

TEAGUE, Samuel 843,2752

  • Born: 29 Oct 1840, Chatham County, North Carolina, United States 2752
  • Marriage: DAVIDSON, Martha Susan on 1 May 1867 in Nr Westfield, Hamilton Co, Indiana, United States 2751
  • Died: 20 Nov 1887, Cicero, Hamilton County, Indiana, United States 2752
  • Buried: Greenwood Friends Cemetery, Hamilton County, Indiana, United States 2752
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bullet  Birth Notes:

According to Teague Family Index on web (www.seankell.com/familytree/teague), Samuel Teague, son of John and Susannah, b 29 Oct 1840 Chatham Co, d 20 Nov 1887 in Cicero, Hamilton Co, IN.

bullet  Death Notes:

Died of typhoid in Cicero, Indiana. (Teague Genealogy by Burton Newlin)

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Alt. Birth, Cir 1842, North Carolina, United States. 843



2. Census, 19 Sep 1850, Upper Regiment, Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. 843
1) John Teague, age 59, farmer, $155 real estate, born NC
2) Susan Teague, age 32, born NC
3) Mary Teague, age 35, born NC, cannot read or write
4) Edward Teague, age 16, farmer, born NC, attends school
5) Maria Teague, age 11, born NC, attends school
6) Priscilla A. Teague, age 11, born NC, attends school
7) Samuel Teague, age 8, born NC, attends school
8) Martha Teague, age 6, born NC, attends school.

3. Appearance in Document, 11 Jul 1859, Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. Will of [father] John Teague says his plantation goes to his wife [not named], then to his son Samuel. (Chatham County will book D, page 65).

4. Census, 1860, Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. Samuel Teague is 20, farmer, living with mother. (Chatham Co, Western Division, Mud Lick Post Office, enumerated 12 July 1860, p157, family 584).

5. Military Service. 2753 Samuel E Teague [probably a different one] was 2nd Lt in the Civil War of the "Chatham Boys", Company G, 26th Regiment of NC Troops.

6. Census, 1870, Hamilton County, Indiana, United States. Samuel Teague is 29, b NC, farming, with Susanah (23, b NC, keeping house), Virgil E (2, b IN), Lewis E (7/12). (Washington Twp, Hamilton Co, IN, p54, family 413)

7. Census, 1880, Hamilton County, Indiana, United States. Samuel Teague is 39, farming, b NC, with wife Martha S (33, keeping house, b NC), son Virgil E (11, works on farm, b IN), Lewis E (10, works on farm), dau Mary J (8), son William B (4), and son John W (2). (Hamilton Co, Washington Twp, IN, p379A)

8. Occupation: Carpenter, Farmer.

9. Story. 2752 Samuel Teague son/o John Teague and 2/w Susannah Pike of Chatham Co., NC. He married 1 May 1867 nr.Westfield, Hamilton Co., IN to Martha Susan Davidson dt/o James Davidson and Martha Reynolds. Both members of Society of Friends. Samuel Teague joined as young man. His mother Susannah Pike Teague raised Quaker. See book: Encyclopedia of American Quakers Genealogy by Wm.Wade Hinshaw North Carolina Meetings. They had ten children, nine sons and one daughter.
During Civil War 13 men including Samuel Teague headed for Westfield, Indiana with great hardship thru the mountains of western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee to escape the Confederate Troups searching for men for southern units. He joined Martha Susan Davidson and her father and married there.
In 1887 the Teague family came down with Typhoid fever killing Samuel Teague and son William Banks Teague. All members exposed in some form except for youngest child
Cecil N. Teague 2 months old who was given to neighbors called Newcomer to be taken care of while family was ill.
My grandfather Cecil N. Teague's middle name Newcomer in honor of this family.
See: FAG Martha Susan Davidson Teague buried Davison Cemetery, Davison, Genesee Co., MI for more detail on names of cSamuel Teague son/o John Teague and 2/w Susannah Pike of Chatham Co., NC. He married 1 May 1867 nr.Westfield, Hamilton Co., IN to Martha Susan Davidson dt/o James Davidson and Martha Reynolds. Both members of Society of Friends. Samuel Teague joined as young man. His mother Susannah Pike Teague raised Quaker. See book: Encyclopedia of American Quakers Genealogy by Wm.Wade Hinshaw North Carolina Meetings. They had ten children, nine sons and one daughter.
During Civil War 13 men including Samuel Teague headed for Westfield, Indiana with great hardship thru the mountains of western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee to escape the Confederate Troups searching for men for southern units. He joined Martha Susan Davidson and her father and married there.
In 1887 the Teague family came down with Typhoid fever killing Samuel Teague and son William Banks Teague. All members exposed in some form except for youngest child
Cecil N. Teague 2 months old who was given to neighbors called Newcomer to be taken care of while family was ill.
My grandfather Cecil N. Teague's middle name Newcomer in honor of this family.
See: FAG Martha Susan Davidson Teague buried Davison Cemetery, Davison, Genesee Co., MI for more detail on names of children.
Diane L. Teague Webb


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Samuel married Martha Susan DAVIDSON, daughter of James DAVIDSON and Martha REYNOLDS, on 1 May 1867 in Nr Westfield, Hamilton Co, Indiana, United States.2751 (Martha Susan DAVIDSON was born on 16 Aug 1846 in Nr Marlborough Mtg, Randolph Co, North Carolina, United States,2751 died on 22 Aug 1924 in Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, United States 2751 and was buried in Davison Cemetery, Davison, Genessee County, Michigan 2751.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Marriage Notice, 1 May 1867, Hamilton County, Indiana, United States. According to Teague Family Index on web (www.seankell.com/familytree/teague), Samuel Teague, son of John and Susannah, m 1 May 1867 in Hamilton Co IN to Martha Susan Davidson.

2. Story. Children were Virgil Elvin Teague (born 18 Aug 1868 in Lamong, Hamilton Co, IN, married Ruth Alice Stuart on 2 Mar 1889, died 9 Mar 1962 in Davison, Mich, buried in Eaglton, Indiana), Lewis Elmer Teague (born 15 Dec 1869 in Lamong, IN, married Linnie Foster on 26 Jun 1873 in Lamong, IN, died 7 Jan 1924, buried in Flint, Mich), Mary Jane Teague (born 5 Sept 1871 in Lamong IN, married James Alexander Rodgers on 23 Aug 1893, died 23 May 1950 in Hope, Mich), James A Teague (born 22 Apr 1874 in Lamong IN, died 15 Aug 1874 in Lamong IN, buried Greenwood Cem, Hamilton Co, IN), William Banks Teague (born 6 Aug 1875 in Lamong, IN, died 23 Nov 1887 in Lamong IN of Typhoid, buried Greenwood Cem), John Willis Teague (born 7 Mar 1878, married Goldie McCarty Robinson on 19 Jan 1910, later married Minnie Jean Cheney, died ca 1968 in Largo, Florida), Walter Teague (born 7 Mar 1878 (twin) in Lamong, IN, died 22 Jul 1878 in Lamong, buried Greenwood Cem), Cassius H Teague (born 12 Oct 1881, married Helen Gertrude Winegar on 7 Aug 1915), Julius Curtis Teague (born 25 Oct 1884 in Lamong, IN, married Etta Fidelia Taylor Kellogg on 20 Jan 1914 in Genessee Co, Mich, later married Jennie M Clemons, died 17 Feb 1965 in Columbiaville, Genessee Co, Mich, buried Davison Cem), Cecil Newcomer Teague (born 16 Jul 1887 in Cicero, Hamilton Co, IN, married Jennie Pfohl on 17 Mar 1909 in Flint, Mich, died 17 Mar 1971 in Davison, Mich, buried Davison Cem) (Teague Genealogy by Burton Newlin, citing Teague Family Bible, obituary of Virgil E Teague, family genealogy of Julius C Teague, obituary of Julius C Teague)




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