b. 15 March 1789, d. 24 December 1871
- Father: Elijah Teague b. 2 September 1767, d. 11 February 1843
- Mother: Sarah Morgan b. 18 December 1768, d. 2 March 1850
- Elias Teague was born on 15 March 1789 in South Carolina.
- Elijah Teague and Sarah Morgan appeared in the US federal census of 2 August 1790 in Laurens, South Carolina, enumerated near his brother Joshua. Other (counted but unnamed) members of the household apparently included Elias Teague, Samuel Teague. It appears that one of the sons was identified as a female.
- Elijah Teague and Sarah Morgan appeared in the US federal census of 4 August 1800 in Abbeville, South Carolina, enumerated next to Sarah's brother Benjamin Morgan.. Other (counted but unnamed) members of the household apparently included Elias Teague, Samuel Teague, Joshua Teague, Benjamin Teague, Nancy Teague, Elizabeth Teague and Sarah Caldwell Teague.
- He married Rachel Atkins on 1 October 1814 in Newberry County, South Carolina.
- Elias Teague became a widower at the 27 August 1827 death of his wife Rachel Atkins.
- He married Catharine Cunningham circa 1828.
- Benton (later Calhoun) County, Alabama, 24 October 1844: Joshua Teague gives Bond for $1,000.00 as Administrator of the estate of Elijah Teague, deceased. Robert Thompson and Elias Teague as Securities.
- Elias Teague and Catharine Cunningham appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1850 in Benton (later Calhoun) County, Alabama. Other members of the household included Rachel Teague, Dorcas Teague, Anna Teague, Elias C. Teague, Catharine Teague and Nancy D. Teague.
- He was a farmer, according to the 1850 census.
- Benton (later Calhoun) County, Alabama, 30 July 1850: Examined and ordered to be filed and recorded, Petition of Joshua Teague for Letters of Administration on the estate of Elijah Teague. Elijah Teague died intestate in 1843, then a citizen of Benton County, Alabama, leaving a widow, Sarah Teague, and eleven children, to wit: 1. Samuel Teague, 2. Elias Teague, 3. Joshua Teague, 4. Nancy Norred, widow of Preston Norred, 5. Elizabeth Davis, wife of Thomas Davis, 6. Benjamin Teague, 7. Sarah Smith, wife of John Smith, 8. Elijah Teague, 9. Lurenna Cobb, wife of Nathaniel Cobb, 10. Lydia Thompson, wife of Robert Thompson, 11. Mary Black, wife of James R. Black, All of lawful age at the time of the death of Elijah Teague, And, by agreement and consent of said children and heirs all the personal property and effects of said deceased Elijah Teague was advertised and sold at public outcry (except such part as was by the consent of all persons interested alloted to the said Sarah Teague, the widow of said deceased) and proceeds equally divided among said children. Sometime in the year 1848 and since said division Sarah Smith, wife of John Smith, died. Sarah Teague, widow of Elijah Teague, died in March of 1850. Elijah left some 620 acres and buildings. Division can only be made lawfully by the appointment of a legal Administrator. Joshua Teague is the oldest of the heirs except two: Samuel and Elias. Joshua Teague is the Administrator of Elijah Teague, even though that it states that Samuel and Elias are older. Each child received $371.47.
- Benton (later Calhoun) County, Alabama, 12 August 1850: Joshua Teague gives Bond ( Amount not given) as Administrator of the estate of Elijah Teague (Senior), late of Benton County, Alabama, deceased. Elias Teague and W.C. McMahan as Securities.
- Elias Teague and Catharine Cunningham appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1860 in White Plains PO, Calhoun County, Alabama. Other members of the household included Anna Teague, Catharine Teague and Nancy D. Teague.
- Elias Teague died on 24 December 1871 at age 82.
- His wife Catharine Cunningham became a widow at his death.
- He was interred at New Oak Grove Cemetery, Piedmont, Calhoun County, Alabama.
- Last Edited: 2 Mar 2014