US Teare Directories

Teare USA Directories

The Teare name has been found right across the USA and are recorded in no fewer than 43 of the country’s states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Caroline, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

(By clicking on the main heading above, you will be able to see ALL the listings of the Teare name found in the US City Directories from 1822-1995)

I have attached examples from some states so you can see some more of the details and content:      

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Arizona                                                                            California

1895 entry for J H Teare, a Bartender in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona
1939 Sacramento, California entry for Jas & Laura B Teare, Farmer at Elk Grove

Georgia                                                                      Hawaii

1982 entry for Rev Darrell Teare and 1102 Kukila Place, Hawaii
1955 entry for Everett & Mary L Teare, United States Air force, living in Savannah, Georgia

   Iowa                                                                             Kansas 

1958 entry for Doanld (Sales manager) Juanita and Marion (Student) Teare living in Manhattan, Kansa
1881 entry for J & Mrs J Teare, Traveling Salesman living in Dubuque, Iowa




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I was born a Air Force baby in Germany and spent my childhood moving to and from England to various locations around the world. I never felt I had a place I could truly call home. My interest in family history began as a 11 year old returning to England and having my friends ask me 'where do you come from' I couldn't really answer this. I knew of my Baldwin grandparents and a couple of my father's aunts, but rarely saw then enough to build a relationship with them. It wasn't until later in life when I had to apply for a passport and I had to provide information about my parents etc that I realised it was about time I found out a bit more about my family. So my quest began.