Re: Teague Coat of Arms?
Without stepping on anyone's toes, how do you know that the Coat-of-Arms ever belonged
to your particular line of Teague. Coats-of-Arms are granted to individuals and then are
modified when and if they are passed down to a son. There were a number of these granted
to a person with your surname, but, there is no way you can claim one as being part your ancestry unless you can trace your line to the individual(s) to whom it was granted.
All Teagues do not share a single Coat-of Arms. Has someone traced their Teague lineage back to one? If so, please educate me. Otherwise, it's just pretty wallpaper.