The | Home | link at the bottom of most pages will return you to the Main Index page.
The language of the site is English, so if some of the spellings look a little odd to you (centre/labour/colour etc) please excuse our eccentricities!
We have various Teague photographs on the left-hand side of our page banners, but are always looking for more. Do you have any treasured piccys you could scan for us to share?
Our Words from the Webperson section is updated weekly and contains details of new data, page updates, reunions and general information.
Searchbox: The Freefind search facility indexes the whole site, updated fortnightly. Some ingenuity is required to get the best out of the facility, as if you type in "Ezikiah Teague", it will return every instance, not only of Ezikiah, but also of Teague (!!) on the whole site. If you're looking for a couple, you'll probably get a better result by searching on the wife's name, particularly if the husband is called John.
Our site is divided into two main sections. The 'researchers' section contains several pages detailing individual researcher's lines of interest, requests for information and assistance, etc.
Researcher List: Holds details of the family lines of interest to our individual researchers. A great place to find 'cousins'. Follow any of the Register links to send in details of your own Teague line. Please remember to let us know if you change your email address, so that we can keep your details up to date.
Query Forum: With our self-posting Query Forum, hosted by Bravenet, you can post your questions direct & view any responses online. Older queries may be found via the 'Query' link on the main index page.
Seeking: If you're looking for a Teague who's still alive - an old school/army pal or a lost sibling/cousin then this is the place to post your appeal. If you're a 'current' Teague - is someone looking for you?
Birth Families: Our page devoted to adoptees and birth parents trying to find each other. Often adoptees only want to know the basic family health history that the rest of us take for granted. If you can help, you can make a real difference to someone's life. We are always happy to act as a discreet intermediary in these situations and will not pass on any details without direct permission.
Guestbook: If you've found part of the site particularly useful, or have had a 'find', please post a note into the Guestbook & say so. It's great for our contributors, who've taken the time and trouble to extract data and send it in, to know that their efforts are appreciated. Please do not post queries into the Guestbook!
The second section, our Archive Vault, contains pages listing Teague data, extracts & indexes.
Origins: There is a lot of controversy about the origins of the name. We welcome any views, but as the bottom line is that we don't really know, please don't take any opinion (especially mine!) as gospel.
Archives: Our archives are indexed by country and state/county and include vast numbers of birth/burial registers, marriage indexes, cemetery records, military records and much more. All these records have been submitted by our researchers who are happy to share the fruits of their labours - do you have any data which could be useful to other Teague researchers?
Trivia: Pictures, newspaper clippings and all the bits that don't really fit in anywhere else!
Roots & Branches: Individual Family Record pages, linked generationally and indexed by the parents. Some pages have very little information, others are incredibly detailed. Most of the pages are combined into descent trees which are listed at the beginning of the UK & US Index pages. Is your family line listed? If not, do send it in. There is a detailed introduction to the Roots & Branches project here.
If you have questionable data on any family, we are quite happy to publish it in terms of "this doesn't seem to be right - does anyone know any better?". But please make sure your 'iffy' facts are clearly marked as such!
Genealogy links: Plenty of links to useful & interesting sites, researchers' home pages etc. We're always pleased to hear about sites holding Teague data.
We are always happy to receive suggestions for improvements to the site - Enjoy!