s/o William James "the Old Sailor" Teddley & Mary "Polly" Perry; h/o 1st Lucy Ann Emanuel, 2nd Mary Susan Emanuel, 3rd Nancy Evaline Teagle; Children: 1st marriage none; 2nd marriage - Laura Eleanor Teddlie Cox, Asa "Ace" Teddlie, Charles J. Teddlie, Edward William Teddlie (1854 - 1854), John Emanuel Teddlie; 3rd marriage - Benjamin Franklin Teddlie, Jr. (1857 - 1935), Willis Perry Teddlie, Solomon Teddlie
From "The History of the Teddlie Family" by Rev. William J. Teddlie, Age 86, July 1930
Benjamin "Ben" Teddlie married two sisters named Emanuel. First he married Lucy Emanuel, who lived but a short time. He then married Susan the other sister, all of Georgia. One child Laura was born of this marriage in Georgia. After that Ben moved to Louisiana, in 1848, and was said to be fhe first settler in the village of Winnfield, though others like C.F. Womack and John Worner claim this distinction, which was surveyed out in 1852, and incorporated in 1854. In the new home Asa "Ace" Teddlie was born, said to be the first child ever to see light in Winnfield, arriving on August 9, 1850, and dying June 2, 1934. Susan then went to her reward and was buried at old Jerusalem. Ben then married Evaline Teagle and established a new home two miles west of Winnfield. Several children were born to Ben and Evaline but all died young but three boys, Ben, Jr., Willis and Solomon. Old man Ben and his third wife eventually passed on and were buried at Jerusalem Cemetery.