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Re: Teackle/Upshur/Parker
Posted by: Howard Blair (ID *****6902) Date: April 29, 2012 at 07:54:03
In Reply to: Re: Teackle/Upshur/Parker by Richard Colbert of 9

Richard. I don't have the answer, but what I do have in my notes for Thomas Teackle.....

[from Ancestry.com, MATTHEWS' AMERICAN ARMOURY AND BLUE BOOK] ~ TEACKLE Rev. Thomas Teackle , b in Gloucestershire, England , 1624 , d in Virginia , 1695 . Arms - Gules, a maunch argent. - Crest - An arm erect couped at the elbow, habited gules, charged with three fleurs-de-lis argent, holding in the hand proper a fleur-de-lis or. ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Charlesevert CADWALADER M.D. , of Philadelphia (Son of Hon. John CADWALADER 1805-79 , Judge, U.S. Dist. Court, m (1) 1828 , Mary BINNEY , of Phila. , m (2) 1833 , Henrietta Maria , 1806-89 , da. of Charles N. and Sarah Upshur (TEACKLE) BANCKER , son of Thomas , d 1841 , Maj.-Gen. 1st Div. Pa. Mil. son of Gen. John , d 1786 , son of Dr. Thomas , Prov. Councillor, Chairman of the Great Tea Meeting, Phila. , 1733 son of John CADWALADER , came from Wales to Penna. 1697 , settled in Merion ). Born in Phila. , Nov. 5, 1839 Grad. Penna Univ., B.A. 1858 , M.A. 1861 , M.D. 1861 Capt. 6th Pa. Cavalry (Lancers), and A.-de-C. on Staff of Generals Hooker and Meade in command of Army of Potomac in Civil War, with rank of Lt.-Col. m July 15, 1897 , Mary Bridget , da. of Michael and Mary A. RYAN , of Limerick, Ireland . Arms - Gules, a lion rampant argent, armed and langued azure. - Residence - 240 South 4th Street, Philadelphia, Penna . - Clubs - University, United Service, Germantown Cricket. - Societies - Cincinnati, Sons of the Revol., Colonial Wars, War of 1812, Aztec Army of Potomac, Loyal Legion, 'Coll. of Physicians,' Phila. Co. Medical Am. Med. Assn., Grand Army of the Rep., Historical. .......... Description: This book contains a list of many of the Americans with coats of arms. It includes biographical information, genealogical information, as well as a description of the arms, crest, and motto. Other information listed include clubs and societies the individual belonged to, and the persons' residences. ........ Source Information: Ancestry.com. Matthews' American Armoury and Blue Book [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2001. Original data: John Matthews. Matthews' American Armoury and Blue Book. New York, NY: Crest publishing Company, Inc., 1907.
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99. ThomasH TEACKLE (#46) was born in Gloucestershire, England 1629.(222) Thomas died 1695 in Accomack County, at 66 years of age.(223)

He married twice. He married ISABELLA 1658.(224) (ISABELLA is #124.) He married Margaret NELSON 1682.(225) (Margaret NELSON is #48.) Margaret was born in London, England. Margaret was the daughter of Robert NELSON and Mary TEMPLE. Margaret died before 1695.(226) Margaret became the mother of Katherine TEACKLE after 1682. Margaret became the mother of John TEACKLE 2 Sep 1693.

Thomas became the father of Katherine TEACKLE after 1682. At 64 years of age Thomas became the father of John TEACKLE 2 Sep 1693. @NI0509@

Thomas TEACKLE and Margaret NELSON had the following children:

+ 68 i. KatherineG TEACKLE was born after 1682.

+ 69 ii. John TEACKLE was born 2 Sep 1693
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Rev. Thomas Teackle 1624 - 1695 was a Minister in the Church of England and one of the longest Rectors of Hungars Parish (upper Church) in Northampton County Va.
Apparently he lived and died in Accomack County Va.

Does anyone have a complete listing of his children? Did he leave a will? Where was he buried?

James R. Rasco
jrrasco2@aol.com
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Rev. Thomas Teackle, a Rector of Hungars Parish
Posted by: James R. Rasco Date: June 07, 2007

Thomas Teackle was born in Gloucestershire, England in about 1624 and died in Accomack County, Virginia 20 January 1695/6. He arrieved in Accomack in the 1650s.
He was 1st married to Isabella Douglast about 1658. His second wife was Margaret Nelson. He was a Church of England Minister and one of the Rectors of Hungars Parish Church (Upper) of Northampton County from about 1657+/- through 1676+/-. I have seen information that his children were: Mary Teackle; Margaret Teackle; Katherine Teackle; Elizabeth Teackle; and John Teackle but I have seen no primary documents to prove this.

An inventory was made of Rev. Thomas Teackle estate in 1697.

Did Rev. Thomas Teackle leave a will naming his children?
Where was he buried? Is there additional genealogical data on Rev. Thomas Teackle?

The name Thomas Teackle was given to at least two descendants, Thomas II born 11 Nov. 1711 died 20 July 1769, Married Elizabeth Curtis. (grandson). Thomas III
born 11 April 1734, died 14 Jan. 1782, married Elizabeth Upshur about 1757. (great grandson). The name was also given to other related, non Teagle but related descendants.

James R. Rasco
jrrasco2@aol.com
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Re: Rev. Thomas Teackle, a Rector of Hungars Parish
Posted by: sandra ferguson Date: June 10, 2007
In Reply to: Rev. Thomas Teackle, a Rector of Hungars Parish by James R. Rasco (above).

The first 3 rectors of Hungar's Parish were;
1) Wm Cotton, the first minister, from it's inception till his death, in 1640.
2) 1642, Nathaniel Eaton was the 2nd minister...he came from Mass, and left to return to England in 1646.
3) Francis Doughty, my ancestor. became the 3rd minister and is mentioned in many local records, ie....court records and, for instance, as mentioned in wills, such as that of Eleanor Empson, in 1661. Francis married Ann Graves Cotton Eaton, who had also been married to Wm Cotton and Nathaniel Eaton, the first 2 rectors. Francis left Hungar's by April 22, 1661 and by 1665 was referred to in Old Rappahannock Co court papers as the Minister of the parishes of Sittingbourn and Farnam. I know nothing of who served Hungars after my ancestor left in 1661, but do know who was there till that date...Cotton, Eaton and Doughty.
I did a quick google and found quite a few online sites with info about the Rev. Thomas...one that said "Rev Thomas Teackle a clergyman of the Church of Eng b 1624 in Gloucestershire Eng came to America in 1656 and settled at Craddock an estate in Accomac County." Have you tried to contact all the people that have posted info online? There seem to be a good many.
I found this one, too, that seemed to have a lot of info on the Rev. Thomas and many other Teackles.
http://www.espl-genealogy.org/mearscol/pagendxt/teackle/teackle.htm
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Will of Thomas Teackle written 20 Jan 1695, probate 19 Feb 1695

To daughter Margaret, plantation which was once James Atkinsons' on the Cradock Creek, till my son John comes to the age of 18, but should marry a man who has no land then I give her the said land forever. To daughter Elizabeth, plantation at the head of Muddy Creek. To daugther Catherine plantation at Pungoteague. Son John Teackle to be my heir of all my lands, houses & c. in Virginia or elsewhere not above disposed of, also a silver tankard given me by John Wise. Balance of estate to be divided between all my children. Joseph Milby to be guardian to my son, William Willet to take my daughter Catherine, Nicholas Mellichop Sr. to take my daughter Elizabeth, Jacob Johnson and John Revel to divide estate. Four children and their guardians Executors. The land I have given my daughter Margaret I mean is only for her natural life.

Another hint I found published:
First Minister of Hungers Parish in Accomack County
His father was slain in battle fighting under the banner of Charles 1st. Being persecuted by Cromwell, he came to America in 1656, and settled at Craddock, an estate in Accomac County, where he performed the functions of his sacred calling until his death

According to George A Hanson, Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland, (Clearfield Company. Maryland. 1967) the parents of his wife Margaret Nelson were Robert Nelson of "Gray's Inn" London and Margaret Temple.
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1. Rev. Thomas Teackle I was born in 1624 in Gloucester County, England. He died before 19 Feb 1695 in Accomack County, Va..

He was married to Isabella Unknown in 1658 in Eastern Shore of Virginia. Isabella Unknown died before Nov 1674 in Accomack County, Va..

He was married to Margaret Nelson (daughter of Robert Nelson and Mary Temple) after 1658 in Eastern Shore of Virginia. Rev. Thomas Teackle I and Margaret Nelson had the following children:

+2 i. Margaret Teackle.
+3 ii. Elizabeth Teackle.
+4 iii. Catherine Teackle.
+5 iv. Maj. John Teackle Sr..

Rev. Thomas Teackle, a Rector of Hungars Parish
Posted by: erica suess (ID *****0259) Date: November 03, 2007 at 15:55:54
In Reply to: Rev. Thomas Teackle, a Rector of Hungars Parish by James R. Rasco of 328


Thomas Teackle was an ancestor of a friend of mine I did research for:

Will of Thomas Teackle written 20 Jan 1695, probate 19 Feb 1695

To daughter Margaret, plantation which was once James Atkinsons' on the Cradock Creek, till my son John comes to the age of 18, but should marry a man who has no land then I give her the said land forever. To daughter Elizabeth, plantation at the head of Muddy Creek. To daugther Catherine plantation at Pungoteague. Son John Teackle to be my heir of all my lands, houses & c. in Virginia or elsewhere not above disposed of, also a silver tankard given me by John Wise. Balance of estate to be divided between all my children. Joseph Milby to be guardian to my son, William Willet to take my daughter Catherine, Nicholas Mellichop Sr. to take my daughter Elizabeth, Jacob Johnson and John Revel to divide estate. Four children and their guardians Executors. The land I have given my daughter Margaret I mean is only for her natural life.

Another hint I found published:
First Minister of Hungers Parish in Accomack County
His father was slain in battle fighting under the banner of Charles 1st. Being persecuted by Cromwell, he came to America in 1656, and settled at Craddock, an estate in Accomac County, where he performed the functions of his sacred calling until his death

According to George A Hanson, Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland, (Clearfield Company. Maryland. 1967) the parents of his wife Margaret Nelson were Robert Nelson of "Gray's Inn" London and Margaret Temple.

Good Luck in Your Research





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