Sven Arvidsson "Thil" Teal
(1792-)
Catharina Olofsdotter
(1788-1842)
Johannes Andreasson "August" Ranger
(1800-1822)
Annicka Svensson
Johannes "John" Svensson Teal
(1820-Abt 1865)
Britta (Bertha) Christina (Vongoning) Ranger
(1819-1888)

Charlotte Amelia Teal
(1847-1915)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Isaac Jacobs

Charlotte Amelia Teal 2

  • Born: 24 Oct 1847, Gottenburg, Sweden or Habo, Skåne, Sweden 3
  • Marriage (1): Isaac Jacobs on 11 Nov 1864 in Hampshire County, Virginia, USA 1
  • Died: 29 Mar 1915, Arcadia, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA at age 67
  • Buried: Mar 1915, Arcadia Cemetery, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA

bullet   Another name for Charlotte was Anna Charlotta A JohansDotterThil Teal.

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bullet  General Notes:

Obiturary:
Mrs. Charlotte jacobs, age 77 years, 5 months, adn 5 days died at her home in Arcadia, Monday evening at 6 o'clock.
Mrs. Jacobs had been quite ill for some time,s he being afflicted with heart trouble. Both she and her husband were not well, but they celebrated the eighteth anniversay of the birth of the husband on Sunday. She was bornin Sweden, her father being John Teal and her mother was Christina (Ranger), daughter of August Ranger. She was born Octoer 24, 1837, and whenshe but a child, only seven years old, she came to America with her parents. Only a short time ago, she was in a conversation with a reporter of the Tribune and she could well recollect their voyage across the Atlantic. The slow way of sailing and the storms and high winds that they encountered. She remembered their landing in New York, and how they found their wayto Chicago, and finally came to Atlanta, where she grew to womanhood. This was in 1845. Her father was one of the men who helped to make the grade and lay the iron on the Lake Erie and Western railroad, thenknown as the Indianapolis Pern and Chicago railraod. She was the eldest ofr four children, a brother being a detective, who operated on the Pacific coast, he being engaged in running down counterfeiters. During the Boer war, in Africa, he took ship for that country, since when he has never been heard from.
She has another brother, John Teal, of Arcadia that survives her. On November 4, 1864, she was united in marriage to Issac Jacobs, at the bride's home in Atlanta, the groom being a soldier inthe 142nd regiment and was athome in Atlanta when they were married. She was the mother of two children, F.O. ________*faded name* of Arcadia and Bertha, wife of James D. Sanders, of Arcadia, She was a member of the Woman's Relief corps and amember of the Christian church. Sheis survived byher husband and two children. Last November, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs celebrated their golden wedding anniversay, it being made an occassion when many friends and relatives called to seethem. Mrs. Jacobs was a good chrisitan woman and was throughly devoted to her church. No time has been set for the funeral.


Information about Shieldsville and Atlanta - https://books.google.com/books?id=Wx0DAAAAMBAJ&pg=RA1-PA28&lpg=RA1-PA28&dq=shieldsville+indiana&source=bl&ots=J5rYiewfeZ&sig=yQUKSDp3ldpVsQesA0Z2R2l_iLA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwihgd6ThsrZAhVG7IMKHX4xBN0Q6AEINDAC#v=onepage&q=shieldsville%20indiana&f=false 4

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Immigration: from Sweden, 1854. 5 According to the 1900 US Census she immigrated to the US from Sweden in 1852

• Residence: US Census, 1880, Jackson, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA.

• Residence: US Census, 1900, Arcadia, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA.

• Residence: US Census, 1910, Jackson Township, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA. Age 63. The Census shows that both of her parents were born in Sweden.


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Charlotte married Isaac Jacobs, son of Joseph Jacobs and Celina Matilda Raynault, on 11 Nov 1864 in Hampshire County, Virginia, USA.1 (Isaac Jacobs was born on 28 Mar 1836 in Brown County, Ohio, USA,3 died on 10 Feb 1917 in Arcadia, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA and was buried in Feb 1917 in Arcadia Cemetery, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA.)


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Sources


1 FamilySearch.org, US Census for 1900 (www.familysearch.org : accessed 27 Nov 2011).

2 Notes from David A. Leas and/or the 1950 Leas Family Genealogy.

3 FamilySearch.org, United States Census, 1880 for Isaac Jacobs (www.familysearch.org : accessed 2 Feb 2011).

4 Cindy Potts, Find A Grave(http://www.findagrave.com/ : accessed 30 Nov 2011).

5 FamilySearch.org, United States Census for 1910 (www.familysearch.org : accessed 27 Nov 2011).


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