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Last Updated:     11 Jun 2006   

Teass Family Genealogy Research 

Photographs - Buildings

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Teass_home_New_London_1840.jpg (112459 bytes) It is my belief that the Teass' of New London supplied equipment to the arsenal located in New London, Virginia and took over this home, the former courthouse, in approximately 1780.  It was from this home that Steven Teass (Teays) left for the Ohio River frontier, now known as Teays Valley, West Virginia.
Teasses_Fife_Manor_House.jpg (59580 bytes) Teasses House built in the latter part of the 19th century on Teasses Hill, Fife, Scotland.  At one time, the house was home to a Scottish Member of Parliament.  It is my belief that the house is still standing.  The hill and barony were at one time (from approximately 1250 to approximately 1850) part of the Leslie Clan property holdings.

Hall  Teasses  Scotland.jpg (256163 bytes)

Hall Teasses, Fife,  Scotland. Circa 1635

Two miles south of Ceres, Scotland.  Standing on Hill Teasses, Barony of Taces

William Teas' House.jpg (71001 bytes) William Teyse (Teese) Property, Donegal Ireland. Circa 1612.

5 miles west of Letterkenny, Ireland