~ Deuteronomy 33:17
Arrived at Burlington, New Jersey from London in 1677 on the "Kent" with his father.
Quoted from the DAR - Joshua's Service to his country during the Revolutionary war, furnished supplies for men and horses, Laurens County, South Carolina" - Was identified as a "Regulator" by the British, an Outlaw"
Joshua Teague must have been quite involved in the "Regulator Movement in North Carolina, as evidenced in the Proclamation dated June 11, 1771, which reads as follows: (From the Colonial Records of North Carolina - Vol. 8)
"Whereas / have been in formed that many persons who have been concerned in the late Rebellion are desirous of submitting themselves to the Government, I do therefore give notice that every person who will come in either to mine or General Waddell's camp, lay down their arms and take the oath of Allegiance and promise to pay all taxes that are now due or may hereafter become due by them respectively and submit to the law of this Country, shall have his Majesty's most gracious and free pardon for all Treasons, Insurrections and Rebellings done or committed, on or before the 16th of May last, provided they make their submission afore said on or before the tenth of July next.
The following persons are however excluded from the benefits of this Proclamation, viz, all the outlaws, the prisoners, all those concerned in the blowing up of General Waddell's ammunition in Mecklenburg County, and the undernamed persons, to wit:
Samuel Jones, Joshua Teague, Samuel Waggoner, Simon Dunn, Jr., Abraham Greson, Benjamin Merrill, James Wilkerson, Edward Smith, John Bumpas, Joseph Boring, William Rankin, William Robeson, John Winkler, John Wilcox, Jacob Felton, Thomas Persons
Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the Province, this 11th day June, A. Dom. 1771.
God Save the King