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Moses Teague, Sr.

Birthdate: (75)
Birthplace: St. Mary Anne's, Cecil County, Province of Maryland
Death: August 24, 1793 (75)
Chatham County, North Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of William Abel Teague and Isabella E. Teague
Husband of Elizabeth Teague and Rachel Teague
Father of Moses Teague, Jr.; Ann Teague; Isabelle Wellborn; Abraham Teague; Isaac Newton Teague, I and 8 others
Brother of Mary Teague; Rev. Edward Teague; Abraham Teague; Charity Swaim (Teague); Elijah Arnold Teague and 7 others

Occupation: Planter
Managed by: The Rev. Charles R. Butler Neto
Last Updated:

About Moses Teague, Sr.

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NORTH CAROLINA. DAR Ancestor # A113207

Noted events in his life were:

• He worked as a Planter.

• He owned property on 3 May 1742 in Orange County, Virginia Colony. Isaac Garrison of Orange Co, VA to Moses Tegue of same. Lease and release. For £50 current money. Tract on the western side of Sharrando [Shenandoah] River, part of 40,000 acres purchased of Jost Hite from Isaac and John Van Matre ... south side of Cohougoluta River the upper end of an island ... against William Shepherd's plantation ... above the waggon road ford ... north side of the Wagon Road. Witnessed by Edwd Teague, Richard Morgan. Proved by Edwd Teague on 27 May 1742. (Orange Co, VA, Deed Book 5, pp 154-58)

• He owned property on 3 May 1742 in Orange County, Virginia Colony. 1457 Isaac Garrison had land surveyed on 4 Apr 1734, 200 acres "situate on the western side on Cohongolooto (Potomac) River" beginning at Samuel Taylor's upper line following the river crossing the Waggon Road (later called the Packhorse Ford/Philadelphia Road) and then 20 poles 330 feet to his westernmost line (Brooke, Robert, Book of Surveys), 1.4 miles east of the present-day West Virginia Highway 480 bridge across the Potomac River at Shepherdstown (Tract 16, Map 3). He received a patent from the Colony on this land on 3 Oct 1734 (Virginia Land Patent Book 15, p335). Garrison sold the 200-acre patent land to Moses Teague on 3 May 1742. Moses then sold 100 acres on the east end by Knotts Island to Edward Teague (probably his son or brother) on 26 May 1742 (Orange Co VA Deed Book 5, p154). Edward sold the 100 acres to Richard Mercer on 3 Sept 1747 (Frederick Co VA Deed Book 1, p331).

• 3 May 1742, Orange County, Virginia Colony. 1458 Three roads in Virginia led to "Packhorse Ford," then across the Potomac River into Maryland and points east and north: the "Philadelphia Waggon Road," "Sheppardstown to Warm Springs Road" and the combination of "Jost Hite's Road" with the "Teague's Ferry to Kersey Ferry Road". The Packhorse Ford was located on Isaac Garrison's "200-acre 4 April 1734 Survey Land", 20 poles/330 feet east (down river) from Garrison, west (up river) corner at the Potomac. (Tract 16, Map 3). Garrison sold the 200-acre tract on 3 May 1742 to Moses Teague who operated a ferry across the Potomac River near Packhorse Ford (Orange Co VA Deed Book 5, p154).

• He owned property on 26 May 1742 in Orange County, Virginia Colony. On 26-27 May 1742, Moses Teague of Orange Co, VA to Edward Teague of same. Lease and release. For 5 shillings. Tract on the western side of Sharendo River being part of 40,000 acres purchased of Jost Hite from Isaac and John Vanmater ... south side Cohougotut River, the upper end of an island ... up the river. (Orange Co, VA, Deed Book 5, pp191-4)

• 26 Nov 1742, Orange County, Virginia Colony. 1459 Moses Teague owned the land and operated the ferry across the Potomac River when the Orange County Court ordered a road viewed from Teague's Ferry to the head of Bullskin Run and then to Kersey's Ferry on the Shenandoah River at Ashby's Gap on 26 Nov 1742 (Orange Co VA Court Book 3, p298). As described in Joseph Chapline's will (written 27 Jan 1768), "Teague's Old Wagon Road" (Philadelphia Road) turned east after crossing the Potomac River, turned north at present-day Miller's Saw Mill Road and then joined Harper's Ferry Road, being on the west side of Antietam Creek and Sharpesburg (Frederick Co MD Will Book A, p332). ( Upstream from Harpers Ferry there were at least two ferries by the mid-1760s. Moses Teague operated a ferry on the Potomac that carried settlers near where present-day Knott Road (SSR 31/2) reaches the Potomac shore just downstream from Knott Island.)

• Appearance in Document: 7 Aug 1752, Frederick County, Virginia, United States. 1460 William Loftin [Moses' brother-in-law] to Moses Teague, Power of Attorney. William Loftin, of Frederick Co VA, names Moses Teague of the same county his lawful attorney in order to recover one tract or parcel of land [not named] lying on the Bay of Chesapeake in Baltimore County Maryland, "the same to me belonging." (Frederick Co, VA, Deed Book 2, p525)

• He owned property on 28 Sep 1752 in Orange County, Virginia Colony. 1452 Moses made a warrant on 28 Sep 1752 for 100 acres "on Potomack adjacent land whereon he lives" (Garrison's patent land) which was surveyed on 24 Nov 1752 but a grant was not issued until 24 Feb 1761 (Joyner, Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys, p155; Gray, Northern Neck Grants, K-233).

• Appearance in Document: 30 Jan 1756, Frederick County, Virginia, United States. 1452 William Lofton of Frederick Co, VA, appointed Moses Teague to hold his power of attorney for the purpose of disposing of a tract of land lying on the Chesapeake in Baltimore Co, MD. Moses was a witness to a deed in Frederick Co, VA on 30 Jan 1756 (Frederick Co, VA, Deed Book 4, p101).

• He had a residence in 1756 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. [it appears that Moses moves from Virginia to Rowan Co in 1756]

• He owned property on 5 Nov 1756 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. John Earl Granville to Moses Teague of Rowan Co, planter, 350 acres in Parish of St Luke in Rowan Co, for 10 shillings sterling, joining John Lane, (a point) about a mile from a creek, and a swamp. Surveyed 27 Jan 1753. (Rowan Deeds 2:174-5)

• He owned property on 22 Feb 1759 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Granville to Moses Teague of Rowan, planter, 636 acres in Parish of St Luke for 10 shillings sterling, joining John Swinn, a small branch, and William Wilburn. Surveyed 14 Apr 1758. (Rowan Deeds 4:131-3)

• He owned property on 1 Mar 1759 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Granville to Moses Teague of Rowan Co planter 437 acres in St Luke Parish on both sides of Abbotts Creek adj. Elijah Teague's corner and Teague's line for 10 shillings sterling. Entered 5 May 1756, surveyed 24 Aug 1756. (Rowan Deeds 4:714-6) [this land is sold to brother Joshua on 4 Mar 1762]

• Appearance in Document: 1761, Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Moses Teague was in Rowan County, NC, by 1761/2 (Rowan County, NC Court Minute Book, pp372, 419, 633)

• He owned property on 4 Mar 1762 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Moses Teague of Rowan to Joshua Teague of Rowan 430 acres in Rowan adjacent Elijah Teague and crossing Abbots Creek, for £10 sterling. Witness: Abraham Teague (Rowan Deeds 4:742-4)

• He had a residence circa 1762 in Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 1461 After selling his land in Rowan Co to his brother Joshua, Moses Teague moved to Orange Co NC, a part of which is now Chatham Co, and lived near the Rocky Creek Baptist Church.

• Cir 1762, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. [This is an important point in the Teague mystery. It appears that Moses was well established in Rowan County, but between 1762 and 1763 he sells his land in Rowan, then appears in Orange Co. Moses dies there. Moses's brother Edward and probably William are also in Orange Co.]

• He owned property on 7 Aug 1764 in Frederick County, Virginia, United States. 1452 After appointing Thomas Swearingen his "Attorney in Fact to Moses Teague late" of Frederick County, Virginia, Swearingen sold the 100-acre Northern Neck grant land and the 100-acre Garrison patent land to Joseph Barnes on 7 Aug 1764, bringing Moses' land holdings to an end (Frederick Co VA Deed Book 9, pp293, 297).

• 1768. 1462 As drawn on his 250-acre 3 Apr 1734 survey, Samuel Taylor's Ferry Road was located on the Potomac River approximately one-third mile south (down river) of Knotts Island. (Tract 15, Map 3). On the Maryland side of the Potomac in present-day Washington County, the Ferry Road approximated Limekiln Road north to Antietam, Maryland, then Harper's Ferry Road to Sharpsburg, Maryland and then onto the Philadelphia Wagon Road. On the Virginia (West Virginia) side of the Potomac, the Ferry Road ran southwest from the ferry crossing on or near present-day Jefferson County Highway 31/2 to Moler Crossroads, then along Highway 31 for a short distance, leaving Highway 31 and continuing on to Samuel Taylor's 125-acre 6 Apr 1734 survey ("where Taylor lived") where the road was located on the south side of Rattlesnake Run about 1 1/2 miles from the Potomac River. A "Waggon Road" also crossed the 125-acre 1734 survey land from a northeasterly to southwesterly direction. (Tract 18, Map 3). These two roads merged into one road southwest of the 125-acre tract. After merging, the road was referred to as "Jost Hite's Waggon Road". This road crossed the Potomac River at Packhorse Ford and proceeded south from the river on or along the east side of the Trough Road/Jefferson County Highway 31/1. About one mile south of the Potomac, the road ran west of and near the southwest corner of William Forrester's 200-acre survey of 1750. The road continued south for one-fourth mile where it was recorded as being near an "Old Waggon Road" on Joseph Chapline's 635-acre survey. At Chaplin's, the road was about one-third mile east of Jefferson County Highway 31/1 (Trough Road) at the 90 degree turn west. The Wagon Road proceeded sourth from this point and crossed Rattlesnake Run at Taylor's 125-acre tract. On the north side of the Potomac in present-day Washington County, MD, the Packhorse Ford road was referred to as "Teagg's (Teague's) Old Waggon Road" in 1768 (Frederick Co MD Will Book A-1, p332, Joseph Chaplin's will). The road from the ford was Canal Road southeast along the river to Millers Sawmill Road, then north to Harper's Ferry Road and then to Sharpsburg, MD.

• Appearance in Document: 4 Apr 1768. 1461 At a meeting of the Regulators, it was decided to hold a general meeting on the first Monday of July, October, January, and April at a meeting house near Moses Teague.

• He owned property in 1772 in Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. 1461 In 1772, Moses Teague of Chatham Co was selling the balance of his land holdings in Rowan Co to his sons.

• He owned property on 8 Jan 1772 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Deed from Moses Teague to Wm Teague (Rowan Deeds 8:89)

• He owned property on 8 Jan 1772 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Deed from Moses Teague to Abram Teague (Rowan Deeds 8:90)

• He owned property on 8 Jan 1772 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Deed from Moses Teague to Jacob Teague (Rowan Deeds 8:91)

• He owned property on 23 Jan 1772 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Deed from Moses Teague to Isaac Teague (Rowan Deeds 8:92)

• He owned property on 19 May 1772 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony. Deed from Moses Teague Sr to Moses Teague Jr (Rowan Deeds 8:92)

• He signed a will on 31 Mar 1786 in Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. 1463 The will of Moses Teague Sr was recorded in Book D, p7 in Chatham Co, NC, dated 31 Mar 1786. "... to my loving wife Rachel Teague one feather bed and furniture and all the pewter there is. One pot, one of the wheels and big wheel, two cows and calves, one horse, saddle and bridle, which horse she should choose, one plow irons and geers, my negro man Abraham as long as she lives, and her third of what shall remain of my estate. ... to my son David Teague the land I now live upon and after her death, my negro man Abraham. ... to my children Moses Teague, Elizabeth Wellborn, Abraham Teague, Isaac Teague, Jacob Teague, William Teague, Elizabeth Hinson, Susanah Marly, Hanna Hornidy, David Teague, Charity Ray, the rest of my estate after the aforementioned legacies to my wife Rachel and my son David is taken out, to be equally divided amongst them. [names wife Rachel Teague and son David Teague executors]."

• He signed a will on 31 Mar 1786 in Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. Will posted on Chatham Co website: Moses Teague Will dated March 31, 1786 - Proved, Aug. Court, 1799. Chatham Co., N.C. Record of Wills, Vol. A (1798-1819) Pg. 145. N.C. State Archives film # C.022.80001. March 31st, 1786. In the name of God Amen. I Moses Teague of Chatham County and State of North Carolina being weak and crazy in body but in perfect mind and memory, thanks be to God. And calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all me to die. Do make and ordain this my last will and Testament, which is to say first and principally of all I give and recommend my soul to God that gave it and my body I recommend to the Earth to burial in decent and Christian manner at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named, and as touching such earthly? estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with my life I desire and dispose of the same in the manner and form following. Item. I give and bequeath to my loving wife Rachael Teague one feather bed and furniture and all the pewter there is, one pot one little Chest? and one large. Ditto two cows and Calves one horse, saddle and Bridle which Horse she shall choose. One plow crop? and guns, my negro man Abraham, as long as she lives. And her third of what shall remain of my Estate. I give and bequeath to my son David Teague the land I now live on and after his mothers death my negro man Abraham . I give and bequeath to my children, Moses, Liga (Elijah?), Isabel Willborn?, Abraham Teague, Isaac Teague, Jacob Teague, William Teague, Elizabeth Johnston, Susannah Marley, Hannah Horniday, David Teague, and Charrint/Chaerint? Ray, the rest of my Estate after the afore mentioned legacy to my Wife, Rachael and my son David is taken out to be equally divided amongst them. I whereby utterly disallow and make void all other Wills or Testaments heretofore made by me proclaiming this and this alone to be my last Will and Testament. And I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my wife Rachael Teague and David Teague Executors of this my last Will and Testament in witness whereof I have set my hand and seal the year and date first above written. Moses Teague {Seal}. Test. Jacob Teague. Proved by Jacob Teague at Aug. Court 1799

• He had an estate probated in Aug 1799 in Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. Will posted on Chatham Co website: Moses Teague Will dated March 31, 1786 - Proved, Aug. Court, 1799. Chatham Co., N.C. Record of Wills, Vol. A (1798-1819) Pg. 145. N.C. State Archives film # C.022.80001.

• Moses Teague, son of William and Isabella, b about 1718, d in 1799. Married first Elizabeth Loptin, second Rachel [unknown]. Left a will dated 31 Mar 1786 in Chatham Co, NC.

• Moses Teague (1718-1799) married first Elizabeth Loftin and second Rachel Taylor, moved from VA to Orange Co NC in 1786 ("Marylanders to Carolina. Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prio to 1800", Henry C Peden, Jr, 1994) [the year 1786 looks wrong, since Moses is disposing of his land in Virginia in 1756 and is buying land in NC that same year. Probably should be 1756 instead.]

• Moses Teague, son of William and Isabelle, b 1717 in Cecil Co MD, d 1799 in Chatham Co NC. Married first Elizabeth Loftin in 1738 in MD. Married second Rachel Taylor. (According to Teague Family Index on web at www.seankell.com/familytree/teague)

• Moses Teague Sr, son of William and Isabella, b ca 1718 in Cecil County MD, d 1799. He left a will dated 31 Mar 1786 in Chatham Co NC. He was a Revolutionary War soldier. He married first Elizabeth Loften, a daughter of Thomas and Eleanor Loften, according to the will of Thomas Loften dated 5 Sept 1751. He married second Rachel Taylor, a daughter of Samuel and Rachel Taylor, according to the will of Samuel Taylor dated 2 Nov 1780.

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Moses married Elizabeth LOFTIN, daughter of Thomas LOFTIN and Eleanor UNKNOWN, about 1737 in Frederick County, Virginia, United States. (Elizabeth LOFTIN was born on 1 Jan 1714 in St George Parish, Baltimore Co, Maryland, United States 31 and died in Nov 1757.)

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Moses next married Rachel TAYLOR, daughter of Samuel TAYLOR and Rachel UNKNOWN, after 1757 in Prob Rowan Co, NC.


Added by Marvin Loyd Welborn, 12 Dec 2017. 980330. Descendants of Edward Teague Generation No. 1 1. Edward1 Teague was born Abt 1655, and died 09 March 1696/97 in Cecil Co., MD. He married Susan. Notes Edward immigrated to America in 1675, transported to Maryland by Thomas Jones, a trader from Bristol, England. Edward TEGG patented 130 acres in Cecil County, MD, in 1695. Children of Edward Teague and Susan are: + 2 i. William2 Teague, born 1693 in Cecil Co., MD; died Abt 1775 in NC/SC. + 3 ii. Catherine Teague, born 1695 in MD; died 15 November 1717 in Cecil County, MD. + 4 iii. Ann Teague, born 1696.

Generation No. 2 2. William2 Teague (Edward1) was born 1693 in Cecil Co., MD, and died Abt 1775 in NC/SC. He married Isabella Pennington Abt 1714 in Cecil Co., MD, daughter of Abraham Pennington and Mary. Notes William sold his father's land in 1714 at the age of 21. A deed for William in Cecil County, MD, states that he is planning to leave Cecil County. He migrated to Frederick Co., VA c1737. Deeds in Frederick Co., VA show the names of three of his sons. He left Frederick County, VA c1751 for the Carolinas. Children of William Teague and Isabella Pennington are: + 5 i. Rachel3 Teague, born 1735 in Sheperdstown, WV; died 1798. + 6 ii. Susannah Teague, born 30 January 1729/30. She married Joseph Boring. + 7 iii. Edward Teague, born Abt 1716 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1810 in Burke County, NC(now Alexander Co.). + 8 iv. Moses Teague, born Abt 1718 in Cecil Co., MD; died Abt 1799 in Chatham Co., NC. + 9 v. Abraham Teague, born 03 May 1720 in North Sassafras Parish, Cecil County, MD; died 1771 in Rowan Co., NC. + 10 vi. Charity Teague, born 14 December 1722. + 11 vii. Elijah Teague, born 01 May 1726 in North Sassafras Parish, Cecil County, MD; died 1780 in Newberry County, SC. + 12 viii. Joshua Teague, born 1732 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1804 in Laurens County, SC. + 13 ix. William Jr. Teague, born 30 July 1733 in North Sassafras Parish, Cecil County, MD; died 01 November 1803 in Iredell Co., NC.

3. Catherine2 Teague (Edward1) was born 1695 in MD, and died 15 November 1717 in Cecil County, MD. She married Mark Whiteaker. Children of Catherine Teague and Mark Whiteaker are: + 14 i. Elizabeth3 Whiteaker. She married Flower Swift. + 15 ii. Thomas Whiteaker, born 12 June 1712 in MD. + 16 iii. Mark Whiteaker. He married Abigail Johnson.

4. Ann2 Teague (Edward1) was born 1696. She married Thomas Mitchell. Child of Ann Teague and Thomas Mitchell is: + 17 i. Thomas Jr.3 Mitchell, born 07 February 1718/19 in Harford County, MD. He married Hannah Osborn 24 December 1742 in Harford County, MD.

Generation No. 3 5. Rachel3 Teague (William2, Edward1) was born 1735 in Sheperdstown, WV, and died 1798. She married David Shepherd. Child of Rachel Teague and David Shepherd is: + 18 i. Moses4 Shepherd, born 1763 in Sheperdstown, WV.

7. Edward3 Teague (William2, Edward1) was born Abt 1716 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 1810 in Burke County, NC(now Alexander Co.). He married Lurannah Van Swearingen in Frederick County, VA, daughter of Thomas VanSwearingen and Lydia Reilly. Children of Edward Teague and Lurannah Van Swearingen are: + 19 i. Vandever Swearingen4 Teague, born Abt 1740 in Frederick County, VA; died 1810 in Christian County, KY. + 20 ii. Edward Teague, born Abt 1750 in Frederick County, VA; died 1804 in Chatham County, NC. + 21 iii. John Teague, born 1751 in Frederick County, VA; died in Iredell Co., NC. + 22 iv. Lurannah Teague. She married Jehu Barnes. + 23 v. Isabelle Teague. She married Jim Duck.

8. Moses3 Teague (William2, Edward1) was born Abt 1718 in Cecil Co., MD, and died Abt 1799 in Chatham Co., NC. He married (1) Elizabeth Loftin 1738 in Frederick County, VA, daughter of Thomas Loftin and Eleanor. He married (2) Rachel Taylor Abt 1761, daughter of Samuel Taylor and Rachel. Notes Moses moved from Frederick County, VA to Orange County, NC to Rowan County and then back to Orange County (the part that became Chatham County). His Will dated 31 march 1786 is recorded in Chatham County. Children of Moses Teague and Elizabeth Loftin are: + 24 i. Moses4 Teague, born Abt 1739 in Frederick County, VA; died 24 August 1793 in Rowan Co., NC. + 25 ii. Isabella Teague, born Abt 1742 in Frederick County, VA; died 1821 in Kentucky, NC. She married James Welborn. + 26 iii. Abraham Teague, born 1745 in Frederick County, VA; died 10 October 1795 in Rowan Co., NC. + 27 iv. Isaac Teague, born Abt 1748 in Frederick County, VA; died 07 December 1824 in Moore County, NC. + 28 v. Jacob Teague, born Abt 1750 in Frederick County, VA; died 10 June 1824 in Chatham Co., NC. He married Lydia Barnes. + 29 vi. William Able Teague, born Abt 1752 in Frederick County, VA; died 06 June 1824 in Whitley County, KY. + 30 vii. Elizabeth Teague, born Abt 1755 in VA. She married Johnston. + 31 viii. Susannah Teague, born Abt 1757 in Rowan County, NC. She married John Marley. + 32 ix. Hannah Teague, born 1759 in Rowan Co., NC. She married John Horniday.

Children of Moses Teague and Rachel Taylor are: + 33 i. David4 Teague, born 16 April 1763 in Rowan Co., NC; died 26 April 1838. + 34 ii. Charity Teague, born 20 February 1767. She married Thomas Ray.

9. Abraham3 Teague (William2, Edward1) was born 03 May 1720 in North Sassafras Parish, Cecil County, MD, and died 1771 in Rowan Co., NC. He married Anna Permelia Brown. Child of Abraham Teague and Anna Brown is: + 35 i. John4 Teague, born 04 January 1749/50 in Frederick County, VA; died 15 September 1823 in Stokes County, NC.

10. Charity3 Teague (William2, Edward1) was born 14 December 1722. She married John Swaim, son of William Swaim and Mary Lageler. Children of Charity Teague and John Swaim are: + 36 i. William4 Swaim, born 27 April 1745 in Rowan County, North Carolina; died 1813 in Stokes County, NC. + 37 ii. Charity Swaim, born 1747 in Rowan County, North Carolina. She married Thomas Turner 1758. + 38 iii. John Swaim, born 26 April 1748 in Rowan County, North Carolina; died 16 January 1827 in Timber Ridge Cemetery, NC. + 39 iv. Rachel Bess Swaim, born 1749 in Rowan County, North Carolina. She married Abraham Enyart 15 February 1769 in Rowan County, North Carolina. + 40 v. Solomon D. Swaim, born 1756. + 41 vi. Moses Swaim, born Abt 1750. + 42 vii. Michael Swaim, born 1752 in Rowan County, North Carolina. He married Sarah Rigdon 24 July 1775. + 43 viii. Elizabeth Swaim. She married Transon. + 44 ix. Cornelius Swaim.

11. Elijah3 Teague (William2, Edward1) was born 01 May 1726 in North Sassafras Parish, Cecil County, MD, and died 1780 in Newberry County, SC. He married Alice. Children of Elijah Teague and Alice are: + 45 i. Elijah4 Teague, born Abt 1744. + 46 ii. Joshua Teague, born Abt 1746 in Frederick County, VA; died 1816 in South Carolina. He married Hannah. + 47 iii. Samuel Teague, born 1759 in South Carolina; died 1841 in Ohio. + 48 iv. Susannah Teague, born 1761 in South Carolina. She married William Summers.

12. Joshua3 Teague (William2, Edward1) was born 1732 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 1804 in Laurens County, SC. He married Dorothy Caldwell. Children of Joshua Teague and Dorothy Caldwell are: + 49 i. Elijah4 Teague, born January 1759 in Rowan Co., NC; died 1824 in Laurens County, SC. + 50 ii. Isael Teague, born June 1760 in Rowan Co., NC. + 51 iii. Abner Teague, born November 1763 in Rowan Co., NC; died 07 January 1842 in Laurens County, SC. + 52 iv. William Teague, born 23 November 1763 in Rowan Co., NC; died 23 September 1845. + 53 v. Isabella Teague, born 1766 in Rowan Co., NC. She married David Mason. + 54 vi. James Teague, born 1768 in Rowan Co., NC; died 1816 in Newberry County, SC. He married Elizabeth Williams. + 55 vii. Sarah Teague, born 1770 in Rowan Co., NC. She married William Gray. + 56 viii. Sophia Teague, born 1774 in South Carolina. She married Lyon. + 57 ix. Mary Teague, born 1776 in South Carolina. She married McAdams. + 58 x. Susannah Teague, born 1778 in South Carolina. She married Major Epps.

13. William Jr.3 Teague (William2, Edward1) was born 30 July 1733 in North Sassafras Parish, Cecil County, MD, and died 01 November 1803 in Iredell Co., NC. He married Eleanor Symington. Children of William Teague and Eleanor Symington are: + 59 i. Lurannah4 Teague. + 60 ii. Isaac Teague. + 61 iii. Vandiver Teague. + 62 iv. William H. Teague. + 63 v. Frances Teague, born Abt 1764 in Iredell Co., NC. + 64 vi. Moses Teague. + 65 vii. Elijah Teague. + 66 viii. Nimrod Teague. + 67 ix. Magnes Teague.

15. Thomas3 Whiteaker (Catherine2 Teague, Edward1) was born 12 June 1712 in MD. He married Mary Wilson. Notes Thomas Whiteacre, on 25 February 1739, sold the 100 acre Westwood tract, given to him by his father, Mark Whitaker, to Robert West for 2,500 pounds of tobacco(this was the same price that Mark paid for the land). The land that Thomas and his brother Mark owned, bordered Catoctin Creek, Frederick County, Maryland, and beginning in 1741, they were overseers of the road from Catoctoin, Maryland, to South Mountain. Children of Thomas Whiteaker and Mary Wilson are: + 68 i. Mark4 Whiteaker. + 69 ii. Margaret Whiteaker. + 70 iii. Johnson Whiteaker. + 71 iv. Elizabeth Whiteaker. + 72 v. Mary Whiteaker. + 73 vi. Nancy Whiteaker. + 74 vii. Jane Whiteaker.

Generation No. 4 19. Vandever Swearingen4 Teague (Edward3, William2, Edward1) was born Abt 1740 in Frederick County, VA, and died 1810 in Christian County, KY. He married Bridget. Notes. Also known as Edw, Wm., Edw) He migrated to KY in 1797. Children of Vandever Teague and Bridget are: + 75 i. William5 Teague, born 12 September 1769 in Rowan Co., NC. + 76 ii. Jacob Teague, born 1771 in NC. + 77 iii. Lydia Teague, born 1773 in NC. + 78 iv. Abel Teague, born 1775 in NC. + 79 v. Van S. Teague, born 10 March 1777 in NC.

20. Edward4 Teague (Edward3, William2, Edward1) was born Abt 1750 in Frederick County, VA, and died 1804 in Chatham County, NC. He married Peggy McDaniel 1782. Notes. Edward Teague was a minister. Children of Edward Teague and Peggy McDaniel are: + 80 i. Willis5 Teague, born Abt 1784 in NC; died 1865 in Chatham Co., NC. He married Jane Dorsett. + 81 ii. Edward Teague, born Abt 1785 in NC; died 27 December 1855 in Pike County, IN. He married (1) ? Overman. He married (2) Elizabeth Peach. + 82 iii. John Teague, born 02 June 1789 in Chatham Co., NC; died 05 May 1860 in Chatham Co., NC. He married (1) Anna Horniday 25 September 1812. He married (2) Susannah Pike 1838 in Chatham Co., NC. + 83 iv. Amy Teague, born in NC. She married ? Edwards. + 84 v. Lurannah Teague, born Abt 1792 in NC. She married Charles Edwards 03 June 1811 in Chatham County, NC.

21. John4 Teague (Edward3, William2, Edward1) was born 1751 in Frederick County, VA, and died in Iredell Co., NC. He married Martha Symington. Children of John Teague and Martha Symington are: + 85 i. Michael5 Teague. + 86 ii. Amy Teague. + 87 iii. Solomon Teague. + 88 iv. Henry Teague. + 89 v. Edward Teague. + 90 vi. Elinor Teague. + 91 vii. John Teague. + 92 viii. Josiah Teague. + 93 ix. James Teague. + 94 x. William Teague.

24. Moses4 Teague (Moses3, William2, Edward1) was born Abt 1739 in Frederick County, VA, and died 24 August 1793 in Rowan Co., NC. He married Ann 1764. Notes. Moses bought land from his father in 1772. Children of Moses Teague and Ann are: + 95 i. Ruth5 Teague, born 1762; died 1823. + 96 ii. Moses III Teague, born 1764; died in Ashe County, NC. He married Mary Ann. + 97 iii. Aaron Teague, born 1764; died 1844 in Davidson County, NC. + 98 iv. Elizabeth Miriam Teague, born 1772. She married Nathan Pope. + 99 v. Abraham Teague, born 1774. 100 vi. Ann Martha Teague, born 1776. + 101 vii. Sarah Teague, born 1778.

26. Abraham4 Teague (Moses3, William2, Edward1) was born 1745 in Frederick County, VA, and died 10 October 1795 in Rowan Co., NC. He married Hannah Brazier. Children of Abraham Teague and Hannah Brazier are: + 102 i. Moses5 Teague, born 1765. + 103 ii. Jacob Teague, born 1768. He married Margaret ?. + 104 iii. Ezekiel Teague, born 30 April 1770 in Rowan Co., NC; died 15 June 1839 in ACP, NC. He married Mary Stanley. + 105 iv. John Teague. + 106 v. Isaac Teague. + 107 vi. Elizabeth Teague. + 108 vii. William Teague, born 1782. He married Elizabeth Turner. + 109 viii. Sarah Teague, born 1784. She married Isaac Welborn. + 110 ix. Aquilla Teague, born 1786. + 111 x. Abraham Jr. Teague, born 1788. He married Mary ?.

27. Isaac4 Teague (Moses3, William2, Edward1) was born Abt 1748 in Frederick County, VA, and died 07 December 1824 in Moore County, NC. He married Mary Nall. Child of Isaac Teague and Mary Nall is: + 112 i. Isaac5 Teague, born June 1782 in Chatham County, NC; died November 1857 in Henderson County, TN. He married Amy Rebecca Lawler.

29. William Able4 Teague (Moses3, William2, Edward1) was born Abt 1752 in Frederick County, VA, and died 06 June 1824 in Whitley County, KY. He married Elizabeth. Children of William Teague and Elizabeth are: + 113 i. Moses5 Teague. + 114 ii. Rachel Teague, born 1772; died 1839 in Whitley county, KY. She married Jacob Siler 1790.

33. David4 Teague (Moses3, William2, Edward1) was born 16 April 1763 in Rowan Co., NC, and died 26 April 1838. He married Sarah McDonald. Children of David Teague and Sarah McDonald are: + 115 i. Solomon5 Teague, born 10 May 1792 in Chatham Co., NC. + 116 ii. David Teague, born 30 September 1794 in Chatham Co., NC. + 117 iii. Peggy Mell Teague, born 14 January 1802 in Chatham Co., NC. + 118 iv. Sarah Teague, born 02 April 1805 in Chatham Co., NC. + 119 v. Rachel Teague, born 1813 in Burke County, NC(now Alexander Co.).

35. John4 Teague (Abraham3, William2, Edward1) was born 04 January 1749/50 in Frederick County, VA, and died 15 September 1823 in Stokes County, NC. He married Martha Ledford, daughter of William Ledford and Martha. Notes. John and his son, William, ran wagon trains to Cape Fear, NC and to VA and SC selling commodities. Both John and Martha are buried in Abbotts Creek Primitive Cemetery, Davidson County, NC. Children of John Teague and Martha Ledford are: + 120 i. William5 Teague. + 121 ii. Elizabeth Teague. + 122 iii. Anna Teague. + 123 iv. Rebecca Teague, born 1780 in Surry County, NC; died 1817 in Stokes County, NC. She married John Robertson. + 124 v. Phoebe Teague. + 125 vi. Hulda Teague. + 126 vii. Lydia Teague. + 127 viii. Abigail Teague, born 12 December 1791 in Stokes County, NC; died 17 March 1846. She married James Horney. + 128 ix. Martha Teague, born 1794. She married Elisha Charles. + 129 x. Margaret Teague. + 130 xi. Esther Teague, born 13 September 1796. She married David Bodenhamer.

36. William4 Swaim (Charity3 Teague, William2, Edward1) was born 27 April 1745 in Rowan County, North Carolina, and died 1813 in Stokes County, NC. He married Ann Nancy Robbins 27 April 1765 in Rowan County, North Carolina, daughter of Joseph Robbins and Bethiah Nation. Notes. The Swaim Legend: The Swaim's came to Staten Island from Holland Loyalty to their Dutch origin was a marked characteristic, and when the British took New York away from the Dutch, they didn't go for that at all. Some of them fled to New Jersey, having placed on their backs a placard explaining their situation: Sworn to Withhold Allegiance from Invading Monarch The British arrested some of these people, and booked them, from the initial letters of their slogan, as S.W.A.I.M., thus the name SWAIM. There is also a Swaim Avenue on Staten Island. Will of William Swaim: 6 November 1811. Will of William Swaim, Farmer. March Term 1813. Wife Nancy, all estate except 13 acres adjoining Jacob Hines. Son Jonathan, above 13 acres. Sons Silas and Michael, my lands where I now live after death of wife. Married children already portioned off, Elizabeth Bodenhammer, Charity Idol, Mary Clampet, Nancy Willyard, Isabell Rich, Jesse Swaim, Milly Killion and Moses Swaim, 10 shillings extra. Grandsons Elijah Swaim and William Bennett. Executors: Wife nancy and son Jonathan. Witness: Thomas Lloyd, Juraat. Signed: William Swaim. Marriage Notes William Swain and Ann Robbins, married 17 April 1765; Will Ledford. Jonath. Robins, bondsmen; William Frohock, wit. Children of William Swaim and Ann Robbins are: + 131 i. John5 Swaim, born 1766 in Forsyth County, NC; died 1797. + 132 ii. ? Swaim, born 1767; died 1811. She married Bennett. + 133 iii. Elizabeth Swaim, born 25 January 1769. She married Christian Bodenhamer. + 134 iv. Charity Swaim, born 1770; died 24 October 1844 in Tennessee. She married Michael Idol. + 135 v. Jonathon Swaim, born 04 May 1772 in Forsyth County, NC; died 01 January 1837 in Forsyth County, NC. He married (1) Eva. He married (2) Drucilla Morris Aft 1812. +136 vi. Mary Swaim, born 1774. She married George Clampett. + 137 vii. Nancy Swaim, born 1776; died 30 November 1808. She married John Willard. + 138 viii. Isabella Swaim, born 1778. She married Christian Reich. + 139 ix. Jesse Swaim, born 28 October 1780; died 18 February 1832 in Forsyth County, NC (Friedberg). He married Maria Magdaline Lanius 04 April 1805 in Stokes County, NC. + 140 x. Amelia (Milly) Swaim, born 1783 in Stokes County, NC; died Bef 1819. She married Michael Killion 01 February 1806 in Stokes County, NC. + 141 xi. Moses Swaim, born 21 March 1786 in Forsyth County, NC. He married Susanna Ledford 14 October 1806. + 142 xii. Michael Swaim, born 1789 in Forsyth County, NC. He married Anna Rosina Lanius 04 July 1813 in Stokes County, NC. + 143 xiii. Silas Swaim, born 25 August 1790 in Forsyth County, NC; died 16 June 1859 in Forsyth County, NC. He married Charity Manning.

38. John4 Swaim (Charity3 Teague, William2, Edward1) was born 26 April 1748 in Rowan County, North Carolina, and died 16 January 1827 in Timber Ridge Cemetery, NC. He married Elizabeth Vickery 19 May 1767, daughter of Marmaduke Vickery and Elizabeth Swaim. Notes. Research: Data compiled in 1972 by Francine and Cletus Swaim, Liberty, NC. Information obtained from Mabel Wood Swaim, Mrs. George Finch, Mrs. Esther Clifton, Johanna Swaim Holwager, grave markers at Timber Ridge Cemetery, Randolph County Estate records, Deeds, and a certified copy of the John Swaim family bible. Information from Stephen Hughes. John and Elizabeth had 11 children. All grew to adulthood. Children of John Swaim and Elizabeth Vickery are: + 144 i. Massah5 Swaim, born 15 July 1768 in Randolph County, NC; died 23 March 1846. She married Daniel Robins 01 December 1790. + 145 ii. William Swaim, born 10 March 1770 in Randolph County, NC; died 01 June 1850. He married Elizabeth Sherwood 17 December 1789. + 146 iii. Joshua Swaim, born 05 April 1772 in Randolph County, NC; died 23 December 1855. He married Sarah Elliott 23 April 1795. + 147 iv. Christopher Columbus Swaim, born 24 December 1774 in Randolph County, NC; died 03 July 1851 in Huntington, IN. He married (1) Rebecca Wright. He married (2) Sarah Hines 27 September 1794. + 148 v. John Swaim, born 15 May 1777 in Randolph County, NC; died 19 October 1841. He married Mary Laughlin 19 April 1804. + 149 vi. Elizabeth Swaim, born Abt 20 July 1779 in Randolph County, NC; died 16 October 1863. She married George Swearingen Abt 30 July 1801. + 150 vii. Ashley Swaim, born 25 February 1782 in Randolph County, NC; died 21 May 1856. He married Sarah Walton 12 August 1802. + 151 viii. Marmaduke Swaim, born 23 February 1784 in Randolph County, NC; died 26 December 1822. He married Jeanette Laurence 04 February 1806. + 152 ix. Charity Swaim, born 01 August 1786 in Randolph County, NC; died 25 April 1864. She married James Laughlin 16 January 1806. + 153 x. Moses Swaim, born 31 December 1788 in Randolph County, NC; died 25 April 1870. He married Ada Swindell 13 February 1812. + 154 xi. Michael Swaim, born 10 February 1791 in Randolph County, NC; died 17 December 1878. He married Susan Hinshaw 01 December 1811.

40. Solomon D.4 Swaim (Charity3 Teague, William2, Edward1) was born 1756. Notes. Preached at Boons Ford Minister Middle name was Davis. Child of Solomon Swaim is: + 155 i. Michael5 Swaim, born in NC. He married (1) Patience. He married (2) Rachel Vanhoy 1784.

41. Moses4 Swaim (Charity3 Teague, William2, Edward1) was born Abt 1750. He married Catherine Hines. Notes. Went to Alabama. Children of Moses Swaim and Catherine Hines are: + 156 i. Abraham5 Swaim, died July 1836. He married Mary Vestal. + 157 ii. Moses Jr. Swaim.

49. Elijah4 Teague (Joshua3, William2, Edward1) was born January 1759 in Rowan Co., NC, and died 1824 in Laurens County, SC. Children of Elijah Teague are: + 158 i. Elizabeth5 Teague. She married ? Hipps. 159 ii. Sarah Teague. She married ? McAdams. + 160 iii. Mary Teague. She married ? Wilson. + 161 iv. Catherine Teague. She married ? McAdams. + 162 v. Rebekah Teague. + 163 vi. Robert Teague. + 164 vii. Abner Teague. + 165 viii. Joshua Teague.

52. William4 Teague (Joshua3, William2, Edward1) was born 23 November 1763 in Rowan Co., NC, and died 23 September 1845. He married Elizabeth Miller. Notes. Moved to Wilson County, TN in 1806. Children of William Teague and Elizabeth Miller are: + 166 i. John5 Teague. + 167 ii. Rebecca Teague. + 168 iii. Margaret Teague. + 169 iv. Sarah Teague. + 170 v. James Jefferson Teague. + 171 vi. Israel Teague. + 172 vii. Elizabeth Teague. + 173 viii. Dolly Teague. + 174 ix. Joshua Teague. + 175 x. Polly Ann Teague. + 176 xi. Abner Teague.

63. Frances4 Teague (William Jr.3, William2, Edward1) was born Abt 1764 in Iredell Co., NC. He married (1) Rachel ?. He married (2) Martha Brock. Children of Frances Teague and Rachel ? are: + 177 i. Elijah5 Teague. + 178 ii. Mary Teague, born 1787. 179 iii. Jane Teague, born 1789.

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Moses Teague, Sr.'s Timeline

1718
March 3, 1718
St. Mary Anne's, Cecil County, Province of Maryland
1739
1739
Age 20
Orange Co., now Fredrick Co., VA
1741
1741
Age 22
Laurens, SC, USA
1742
1742
Age 23
Frederick County, Province of Virginia
1745
1745
Age 26
Old Orange, Frederick, VA
1748
1748
Age 29
Frederick, VA, USA
1750
1750
Age 31
Frederick Co., VA, United States
1752
1752
Age 33
Old Orange, Frederick County, Virginia
1757
1757
Age 38
Frederick,Va