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James Trehearn
(Abt 1688-Between 1769/1770)
Ann Long
(Abt 1702-Between 1770/1770)
Cyrus* Trehearn
(?) Teackle?
Teackle Trehearn
(Abt 1780-Bef 1832)


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1. Leah Lankford

Teackle Trehearn

  • Born: Abt 1780, Somerset Co., MD
  • Marriage (1): Leah Lankford on 11 May 1802 in Somerset Co., MD
  • Died: Bef 09 Oct 1832, Somerset Co., MD


*It is highly probably that Teackle Trehearn descends from James Trehearn born in Somerset Co., MD c1699, the problem lies in determining the correct linkage/lineage. Given the proximity of where he lives, it seems most likely that Teackle descends through James' son Cyrus Trehearn. There are four marriages in rapid-fire about two years apart in Coventry Parish from 1799-1802; Cyrus, Sally, Teackle and Maty Trehearne and this compiler currently specuates that these are all siblings, children of perhaps, the elder Cyrus born in 1746 and a member of Coventry Parish.

In the 1810 Census, Teackle Trehern is listed in a household Dividing Creek Hundred, Somerset Co., MD with 10010-10100.

During the War of 1812, he was a Private in Capt. Heath's Company of the 23rd Regiment (Somerset) of the 10th Maryland Brigade.

On May 23 1820, Teackle Trehearn purchased 136a of land from Gideon Pearce for $300, parts of "Winter Harbour" and "Mitchells Purchase" (SoLR-JD6:5). On Mar 7 1826, Teackle Trehearn sold 100a of land to Tubman Lankford for $200, part of tract "Winter Harbor" (SoLR-GH3:111)

On Oct 9 1832, Leah Trehearn was made administrator of Teackle Trehearn's (as Teagle) estate (WoOCP-1829/38:145)


Teackle married Leah Lankford, daughter of Levi Lankford and Leah Dize, on 11 May 1802 in Somerset Co., MD. (Leah Lankford was born in 1783 in MD and died after 1850 in Somerset Co., MD.)

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