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Re: Tracey in Baltimore Marryland
Posted by: theodore Rayzak lindamood (crazysun) (ID *****6124) Date: June 04, 2004 at 18:49:48
In Reply to: Tracey in Baltimore Marryland by terie tracey of 310

Osiyo,

Greetings this day.... I, too and ancestral heritage from Teague Tracey, Tego, John, John, etc... Up to Mollie Tracey
late 1800's.

Teague Tracey was transported from some where (I guess, because of Col Scarborough's home base was located there.)
within the area of Eastern Shore Maryland around about 1655, he was about 5 years old at that time, have sold for head rights in Virginia.

His son, Teague Tracey Jr. was transported into Maryland for head rights too !

Col Scarborough transported young half breed childern for head rights, because it was easyier to convert young childern than it was to try to convert older childern....

That is the only way that I can figure it out, because I have tried many ways to contected the dots, and if one looks at the records for the war of 1812, anf also the Civil War records, one would find that they are mark down as being dark complexed, gray or brown eyes, and brown to dark hair....

Though I could be wrong, yet Teague Tracey isn't mark down as being married, yet he had four sons, Teague, Thomas, Charles, and Hugh.

All four brothers are found living in Maryland. So one would assume that they were born in Maryland.

If you would like, we could share information, just email me at crazysunzak@yahoo.com. and I will do me best to answer any and all question.

Wado


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