Mary Teas
1734 - 1815

FACTS AT A GLANCE
BORN: OCT 1734
         Pennsylvania
MARRIED: Joseph LOVE
         1753, Augusta County, Virginia
DIED: 07 JUL 1815
         Knox County, Tennessee

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Mary Teas was the wife of clothier Joseph Love and mother to eleven children. She married Joseph Love in 1753 and like her husband, she was originally from Pennsylvania. They were members of the Tinkling Spring Presbyterian Church between 1765 and 1780.

Mary's husband, Joseph serves in the Colonial Army during the Revolutionary War from 1776 until 1781.

After the War, Joseph and Mary move from Montgomery County. They receive a land grant in South Carolinain 1785 and in 1788 they move to Steele Creek in Mecklenberg County, North Carolina. They are known to have also lived in Pendleton District, South Carolina; Elbert County, Georgia; and then back in Virginia before finally settling in 1798 at Campbell's Station in Knox County, Tennessee - near present day Knoxville.

Joseph Love died in 1804 and Mary lived another eleven years, dying in Knox County at age 80.

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HUSBAND of Mary TEAS:
  Joseph LOVE

   1728-1804

PARENTS of Mary TEAS:
  Joseph Kerr TEAS
   1708-1755
  Jane HENDERSON
   1712-1756

CHILDREN of Mary TEAS:
   1. Robert LOVE

        1754-1825
   2. Samuel LOVE
        1756-1826
   3. Charles LOVE
        1758-
   4. William Carter LOVE
        1760-1799
   5. David LOVE
        1763-1827
   6. John LOVE

        1765-1851
   7. Ester (STEELE)
        1770-1850
   8. Jane (NOBLE)
        1772-
   9. Dorcas (DILLIARD)
        1773-1853
   10. Nancy Esther (BOYLER)

        1775-1842
   11. Mary "Polly" (CALHOUN)
        Abt 1777-