Elias TEMPLE was born in 1817 in MA.6905 In August 1850 he was a shoe maker in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.6905 He has reference number RLT # 8L.4789 Parents: John Lester TEMPLE-137736 and UNKNOWN-137737.

Spouse: Sarah Ann -137740. Sarah Ann and Elias TEMPLE were married before 1850.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-137741. UNKNOWN and Elias TEMPLE were married about 1831. Children were: Mary A. TEMPLE-137742, Walter U.G. TEMPLE-137743, Lepha TEMPLE-137744.

Elias TEMPLE was born in 1822 in MA.87471 In 1850 she was a miner in Negro Bar, Sacramento, CA.87472 She has reference number RLT # (None).49083

Elias TEMPLE was born on 4 December 1851 in Westmoreland Co., PA.20313,20314,20316,47194,51595,53749,87473 He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Sparta, Randolph, IL.20313 He appeared in the census in July 1870 in Randolph Co., IL.65836 Elias moved in 1877 in Washington Co., IA.87473 In June 1880 he was a saw mill laborer in Lime Creek Twp., Washington, IA.51595 He moved in 1884 in Morganville, Clay, KS.47193 Elias a junior partner in Wheeler and Temple in 1887 in Morganville, Clay, KS.87473 In 1887, they purchased the Morganville Roller Mills, which had the latest machinery for milling in the Republican Valley area. This led to their making Morganville an important grain market, because they were able to maintain a high output. Elias Temple was the chief manager of the mill. In June 1900 he was a flour mill laborer in Clifton, Washington, KS.20316 He immigrated in 1901 to Canada.47194 Elias appeared in the census in July 1906 in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada.47194 He died in 1910 at the age of 59 in Young, Saskatchewan, Canada.87474 Buried in Zelma Cemetery, Young, Canada. Apparently a daughter in 1860, he was a male in 1870. His parents were both from PA. Parents: William G. TEMPLE-24107 and Mary CASHDOLLAR-24108.

Spouse: Martha A. (Mattie) MAPLE-51221. Martha A. (Mattie) MAPLE and Elias TEMPLE were married on 9 October 1878 in Washington Co., IA.47193,51597 Children were: Rayburn DeVere (Ray) TEMPLE-51222, Hazel B. TEMPLE-60926.

Spouse: Sarah Frances (Sadie) KLIPSCH-60927. Sarah Frances (Sadie) KLIPSCH and Elias TEMPLE were married on 24 August 1887 in Clay Center, Clay, KS.20316,47193,47199 Children were: Florence Lucille TEMPLE-60972, Reta TEMPLE-60973, Clifford TEMPLE-60974.

Elias A. (Eli) TEMPLE was born on 3 September 1904 in Manhattan, New York, NY.2941,47544,65541,87475,87476 He appeared in the census in June 1905 in Manhattan, New York, NY.47545 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.47544 Elias appeared in the census in January 1920 in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.2941 In April 1940 he was a machine buffer in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.65541 He died on 21 April 1978 at the age of 73 in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.87475,87477 Buried in Mount Hebron Cemetery, Flushing, NY. Parents: David TEMPLE-113234 and Anne (Annie) KOPPELMAN-113235.

Spouse: Lillian SACKNOFF-113247. Lillian SACKNOFF and Elias A. (Eli) TEMPLE were married in June 1929 in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.65539 It is not clear this marriage took place, but they took out a license, # 11330, 20 Jun 1929. Children were: Marion TEMPLE-113248.

Elias Addington TEMPLE was born on 16 November 1869 in Clam Harbor, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.87478 Parents: Alexander TEMPLE-153194 and Reginah WEBBER-153195.

Elias C. TEMPLE87479 was born in 1830 in NC.4972,5545 He appeared in the census in September 1850 in Pasquotank Co., NC.4972 In September 1860 he was a farmer in Hintonsville, Pasquotank, NC.5545 Working the farm adjoining his mother's. Elias served in the military between 1862 and 1865.87480 He enlisted in Camden county on 10 Apr 1862 (along with a number of other Temples). He was hospitalized in Raleigh on 8 Aug 1862 and returned to duty in September 1862. Again in the hospital in Petersburg, VA on 18 Jun 1863. Returned to duty in July, and finally captured at Fort Stedman, VA, 23 Mar 1865. Interned at Point Lookout, MD, 28 Mar 1865. He was released on 20 Jun 1865. He died. He has reference number RLT # 79Dii.25372 Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-4506 and Nancy -35094.

Spouse: Mary E. -35097. Mary E. and Elias C. TEMPLE were married about 1859. Children were: Saviah F. TEMPLE-35098.

Elias Rowan TEMPLE26148 was born on 9 December 1912 in Mc Comb, Pike, MS.20139,69322,69323,87481 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Wesson, Copiah, MS.69322 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Wesson, Copiah, MS.69323 Elias lived in Gibson Co., TN on 1 April 1935.20139 In April 1940 he was a Civilian Conservation Corps camp cook in Brownsville, Haywood, TN.20139 He served in the military in 1943/4.87482 Enlisted in the Navy on 3 May 1943 in Chattanooga, TN. As a SC3C, reported aboard the LST 938 at its commissioning 9 Sep 1944 at Bethlehem Shipyard, Hingham, MA. Service # 933-60-70. Elias died on 13 November 1979 at the age of 66 in Wesson, Copiah, MS.87481,87483 Parents: James Dwyer (James) TEMPLE-18909 and Sallie SMITH-18966.

Spouse: Mary Lucille CARTWRIGHT-87866. Mary Lucille CARTWRIGHT and Elias Rowan TEMPLE were married about 1935 in TN. Children were: Jimmie Lee TEMPLE-87867.

Elicia C. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Frederick R. LYNCH-175296.

Elijah TEMPLE (private). Parents: Joseph Edward TEMPLE Jr.-51531 and Sheila -70009.

Elijah TEMPLE served in the military in 1918/9.4411 Served as a private in Company F, September Automatic Replacement Draft, out of Camp Upton, NY. Camp Upton was one of five U.S. Army Embarkation Camps established in 1917 near the town of Yaphank, Suffolk County, NY and later used for processing returned soldiers. It is now the site of the Brookhaven National Laboratory.
As a private in that unit, he sailed aboard the America for Europe on 9 Sep 1918. SAs a private assigned to 14th Depot Service Company, A.S.C., he departed Bordeaux aboard the Scranton on 7 Jun 1919, arriving in Hoboken on 18 Jun. He was sent to Camp Upton for outprocessing.
His service number was 4150972.

Spouse: Lucy -127383. Lucy and Elijah TEMPLE were married before 1918.

Elijah TEMPLE38499,86206,87484 was born in 1731 in Shutesbury, Franklin, MA.87485 Date estimated from marriage. When he was born in Shutesbury, it was known as Roadtown, MA. While the books give his name as Elisha, the record of his marriage to Abigail clearly has Elijah written. Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-130 and Abigail STEARNS-437.

Spouse: Abigail -23962. Abigail and Elijah TEMPLE were married.

Elijah TEMPLE74641,87486 was born on 2 July 1732 in Hadley, Hampshire, MA.8152,87486 Date from Hadley, MA town records in 1972 by Jean O'Flyng. He moved before 1755 in Shutesbury, Franklin, MA.87485 He lived in Westmoreland, Cheshire, NH between 1764 and 1807.77412,78526 Appears in the Selectmen of Westmoreland, ME, who supported signing the Declaration of Independence, 6 Jun 1776. Elijah moved before 4 August 1764 in Westmoreland, Cheshire, NH.8152 Deduced from church records where he became a member 7 Jul 1765. He served in the military in 1778/9. Served in Colonel Bedell's regiment in the Canadian Expedition of 4 Feb - 31 Mar 1778 and was a corporal in Major Whitcomb's Rangers in 1779.

Margaret Behnke provided the following article on the O'Flyngs, which mentions Elijah as a member of the Green Mountain Boys:

"From : The Sou'Wester; Published Quarterly by the Pacific County Historical Society. State of Washington. Volume XIV Number 1, Spring 1979.

BY Rowena L. and Gordon D. Alcorn

Cape Disappointment, on Washington's south-westernmost corner, was named in frustration by the British explorer John Meares in 1788, when he failed to recognize the entrance of the Columbia to be the fabled "River of the West' he sought. (This massive headland protects what is now Baker Bay.)

About 1961 as the tangled undergrowth on top of the 200-foot cliff was removed an almost forgotten old gun emplacement was partially exposed. This was the Battery Elijah Temple O'Flyng.

It was on November 1 1904, that the Brigadier General J.H. Story, Chief of Artillery, made a special report to the War Department recommending that two new gun emplacements be installed at Fort Canby. One was to be named in honor of Ensign O'Flyng, 23rd Infantry, who died on September 18 1814, from wounds received at Fort Erie, Canada. There would be two 6-inch B.L.R. guns here.

The second would honor Lieut. Colonel Harvey A. Allen, 2nd Artillery, who had served with distinction during the Mexican and Civil Wars. Here there would be three 6-inch B.L.R. guns. Guns would be on disappearing carriages in the two batteries.

By 1865, eight artillery weapons had been put in place on this headland, then named Cape Hancock. This "Tower Batter" included one 15- inch, 5 10-inch and two 8-inch smoothbore Rodman cannons.

Gold rushes had reduced the labor supply, so to aid the construction wages were increased. (Several old-time Ilwaco residents stated that some convict labor was also used.)

The gun platforms were constructed of extra-thick timbers. Furnaces were made so that shots could be heated to a glowing red.

Cape Hancock's name was changed to Fort Canby in January 1875, to honor the memory of Brevet Major General Edward R.S. Canby, who was killed by Modoc Indians on April 11, 1873. (Refer to The SouWester for Summer 1968.)

That 15-inch Rodman was placed in front of but too close to the Cape Disappointment Lighthouse. When it was fired on May l, 1898, to celebrate Admiral Dewey'' victory at Manila, it cracked the lighthouse lens. After that incident, the Rodman was moved farther to the south.

The late William K. Inman, who came to Ilwaco in 1894, was for many years in the Cape Disappointment Life-Saving Service. He remembered about the installation of Battery Elijah O'Flyng, which was started in 1905 and completed the following year.

"A road up there from the beach was made a few hundred yards beyond the present Coast Guard Station. They had put railroad tracks on it so that supplies could be hauled up there by means of a donkey engine. The battery was made of concrete with all the interior walls finished with surface-treated blocks of the hollow-type concrete to prevent condensation.

"The builders had many setbacks", according to Inman. "One day, the cable snapped from the donkey engine and several cars loaded with sand and cement, plummeted down the incline dumping all of its cargo into Baker Bay."

In 1906 when O'Flyng Battery was completed, Inman with his wife Maude, and her sister, Mae Stansbury, who was visiting from California, walked up to the Battery. Somehow, Mrs. Stansbury accidentally tripped the mechanism on one of the disappearing guns. "When it suddenly rose up out of that pit, it certainly gave us quite a scare," he recalled.

But what of the war hero, Elijah Temple O'Flyng?

Our correspondence with the Old Wars Department Archivist, revealed that he was a member of a most remarkable patriotic Irish family in upper New York State. The father, Patrick O'Flyng, had enlisted on April 24, 1775, as a private in John Moor's Company of Colonel John Stark's New Hampshire Regiment. O'Flyng had fought bravely in the Battle of Bunker Hill.

Re-enlisting, he became Quartermaster Sergeant during 1776-77. Then he was in the Battle of the Susquehanna in General Sullivan's Indian Expedition in August 1779.

For the following 30 years he tilled the soil but in 1813 in enlisted in David Scott's 23rd Infantry. He was then 62 years old! On that day, January 27, 1813, at Batavia, New York, his four sons also joined the Army with him: Patrick JR, Elijah, Edmund, and a stepson Charles House. (Abigail O'Flyng's son by a previous marriage.)

Elijah was 21 years of age. From a copy of his enlistment papers, obtained from the War Department, it shows him to be tall, of fair complexion, with dark eyes and hair. He was to receive the sum of $8.00 "in part for my bounty for enlisting into the Army of the United States for five years."

During the Battle of Lundy Lane, Elijah and Patrick O'Flyng Jr. served with such distinction, they were promoted to the rank of Ensign. (This was 2nd Lieutenant-a term then in use by the Army-but is today a naval rank.)

Patrick Jr. was soon thereafter promoted to 1st Lieutenant. It was he who led the "Forlorn" of the 23rd Infantry under the command of General Miller in a Sortie at Fort Erie, Canada. The British forces were under General Drummond.

Fort Erie was pivotal to that Niagara Frontier for the American and British forces. On September 17, 1814, a crucial battle was fought during a violent thunderstorm.

Hundreds of spectators had gathered on the American side of Lake Erie anxiously waiting for news of that conflict. The rumbling of cannon fire, jagged bolts of lightening followed by thunder and torrential rain, made it an awesome scene.

Late on that afternoon, a small boat was seen to be struggling on the storm-frothed lake. As it neared the shore it capsized, and the lone survivor was saved by a human chain formed out into the water.

During that successful siege of Fort Erie, Elijah O'Flyng received such a sever wound that he expired the following day on September 18, 1814.

According to records of the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, he was buried in the cemetery on Ellicott creek Road, where soldiers of the War of 1812 were interred on the Reservation near Williamsville. Since all records of that military cemetery were destroyed by fire years ago, the exact spot of his grave is unknown. (He died leaving no wife or child.)

Edmund O'Flyng had enlisted at age 15 and with his brothers fought so bravely in the Battle of Lundy Lane, he was awarded an appointment to West Point. Edmund decided to become a minister instead, and obtained 160 acres of Bounty Grant Land in Bucyrus, Ohio. He died there on May 23, 1873.

Patrick O'Flyng Jr. had been wounded at Fort Erie and as a result of it he died in February 1816. Patrick O'Flyng Sr., for his long years of meritorious army service, received Bounty Grant Land in Madison County, Illinois. That proud old soldier died there at age 71 on Oct 7 1822.

Fort Canby State Park now includes the site of the Battery Harvey Allen. In 1976, a fine Interpretive Center was built in front of that old gun emplacement, located just north and across a deep cove from the cape Disappointment Lighthouse. From the Center there is a spectacular view over the ocean.

About halfway up the road between the Coast Guard Station and the Lighthouse, a narrow trail leads off to the south through a thick brushy area. It ends at the old Battery O'Flyng standing in a small weed-choked clearing. On the top is a tangled mat of earth and vines and its heavy rusted iron doors stand ajar.

During late May and June, a few barn swallows dart swiftly in and out of that dim interior where they have fashioned their compact nests of mud on the ceiling of the old battery chambers.


Douglas County Museum,
P.O. Box 1550
Roseburg, Oregon 97470

Attention Lavala Bakken.

Dear Ms Bakken:

Elijah Temple O'Flyng certainly was one of my husband's O'Flyngs-as well as being related to your pioneer Roseburg Burts'!

We do appreciate your interest and kindness in remembering us. I have been busy working on transcribing the early letters and diaries of the family as much as possible. However so many things do interfere. But that's expected.

Elijah was the brother of Abigail Temple O'Flyng Burt, who lived on a donation claim on Deer Creek, about five miles east of Roseburg, where she emigrated with her family in 1853. She died in 1875 and, with most of her family, is buried in a little hilltop cemetery out there. Quincy Brown, Mildred Herman and Edythe Powell of Roseburg, are all great nephew and nieces of Elijah. There are a number more nephew and nieces in Vaneta, Horton, Prospect (near Medford) and in Washington. I do not believe my husband's grandfather, Enos O'Flyng, knew of the Battery honoring his uncle, as he made no mention of it in any of his rather voluminous writing. He had two daughters who lived in Chinook, Washington, very close to the area, and spent considerable time there from about 1912 until his death in 1930.

There is some information in the article we appreciate receiving. Our family records do not give the birth date, place, or burial information of Elijah. The war records are similar to ours. Not only did Elijah's father fight in the Revolution, but his maternal grandfather was Elijah Temple, who was a prominent member of New Hampshire's Green Mountain Boys. He also served as a corporal in Major Whitcomb's Rangers in New Hampshire.

A cousin of my husband, Harold O'Flyng of Horton, Oregon, in possession of Elijah's epaulets, which he wore in battle.

Unfortunately some of the text is cut off on one of the pages sent. I am enclosing a check and asking if it is possible to have a new copy made of page three of the article, as well as a copy of the cover photo. Also, could we have the date of issue of the SouWester in which this was published?

Again, thank you for your continued interest in the family We appreciate all our contacts with you. Sincerely, Mrs. Richard. M. O'Flyng." He died on 9 April 1807 at the age of 74 in Westmoreland, Cheshire, NH.8139,18420,39791,77417,87487 Church records give 7 Apr 1807, recorded in Parkhill Church, Westmoreland, NH. He was buried in North Cemetery, Westmoreland, NH. A Find-A-Gravememorial for him is otherwise in agreement, but gave his death as 7 Aug 1781 in Westmoreland, NH.

Karen Hayden supplied the following about Elijah's grave marker:

My grandmother, Helen Churchill, grew up in Monroe, Wisconsin and was Almira Hume's great-granddaughter.

Here is a copy of the grave marker honoring Elijah Temple in the cemetery in Monroe, placed on Huldah Temple Humes Gardner's grave.

[clipping from the Monroe Evening Times, printed previous to Dec 12, 1957]

Grave Marker Placed by DAR at Greenwood for Soldier's Daughter

A great-great granddaughter financed the marker placed by the Monroe Daughters of the American Revolution on a grave in Greenwood Cemetery.
The marker is on the grave of Huldah Temple Humes Gardner, a daughter of an American Revolutionary War Soldier of New Hampshire, Elijah Temple. The marker was donated by Mrs. Helen Bingham Saltzer of Denver, whose mother was a Ludlow.
The war veteran was a corporal in Maj. Benjamin Whitcomb's Rangers and also with James Butterfield's party of volunteers raised for an expedition against Canada from Feb. 4 to the last of March, 1778.
His daughter, Huldah Temple, was born in Westmoreland, NH on July 2, 1769. She was twice married, first to Samuel Humes, and then to Silas Gardner. Her daughter, Almira Humes, born at Portsmouth, NH, April 5, 1806, was the wife of William Boardman Churchill.
Huldah Temple Humes Gardner was the great-great grandmother of Miss Charlotte Churchill and of Mrs. Arthur P. Benkert, both of Monroe.
She was also an ancestor of Dr. Harriet G. Anundsen and a grandmother of the late Mrs. Martha Relf, first regent of the Col. Benjamin Harrison chapter of Monroe's DAR. Misidentified in American Ancestry as another Urijah. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-32 and Sarah BARNARD-5083.

Spouse: Abigail THOMPSON-791. Abigail THOMPSON and Elijah TEMPLE were married on 3 February 1755 in Hardwick, Worcester, MA.38499,77414,87485 Intention filed 3 February 1755. Children were: Urijah TEMPLE-940, Naomi TEMPLE-941, Enos TEMPLE-943, Abigail TEMPLE-942, Huldah TEMPLE-944.

Elijah TEMPLE22,4357,87488 was born on 22 May 1782 in Gardner, Worcester, MA.22 In 1850 he was a farmer in Moscow, Somerset, ME.43016 Living with him in 1850 was Elizabeth, ae 63, who appears to be his sister known as Polly (though Polly is not the nickname of Elizabeth). In June 1860 he was a farmer in Moscow, Somerset, ME.1919 Elijah died on 22 February 1868 at the age of 85 in Moscow, Somerset, ME.22,422 Buried in Bingham Village Cemetery, Bingham, ME. He has reference number RLT # U7.10242 Enumerated in the 1850 census next to Sardis Temple. Although born in different states, perhaps they were related as brothers or close cousins.

Parents: Isaac TEMPLE-1036 and Elizabeth (Betty) CHENEY-2663.

Spouse: Anna WHITCOMB-32297. Anna WHITCOMB and Elijah TEMPLE were married about 1818. Children were: Isaac TEMPLE-32314, Elijah TEMPLE Jr.-32313, Sarah TEMPLE-39013, Abigail TEMPLE-39014, Elizabeth TEMPLE-32300.

Spouse: Elizabeth -32319. Elizabeth and Elijah TEMPLE were married between 1858 and 1860. Children were: Austin T. TEMPLE-81014.

Elijah TEMPLE Jr. was born on 10 April 1823 in Moscow, Somerset, ME.422,1919,43016,49941,62703 Gave his age as 32 in 1860. In 1850 he was a farmer in Moscow, Somerset, ME.43016 Living with his parents. In June 1860 he was a miller in Moscow, Somerset, ME.1919 In June 1870 Elijah was a farmer in Moscow, Somerset, ME.49941 In June 1880 he was a farmer and mill owner in Moscow, Somerset, ME.62703 He died on 7 April 1900 at the age of 76 in Moscow, Somerset, ME.22,422,43015 Died of pneumonia. Buried in Bingham Village Cemetery, Bingham, ME. It is not clear to me that the marriage to Eliza Ratchford was with this Elijah, or perhaps a son of his. The reason is the absence of a family in the 1860 census, and the birth dates of his children after that - meaning he married and started having children while in his mid 40s. Not unheard of, but it is unusual. Parents: Elijah TEMPLE-32301 and Anna WHITCOMB-32297.

Spouse: Eliza RATCHFORD-38013. Eliza RATCHFORD and Elijah TEMPLE Jr. were married on 23 September 1866 in Moscow, Somerset, ME.22,4053 Children were: Fred Elijah (Fred) TEMPLE-38014, Willie C. TEMPLE-38018, Austin T. TEMPLE-38019, Edith M. TEMPLE-38024, Edith M. TEMPLE-40291.

Elijah TEMPLE was born in 1835 in Canada.3002 He died after 1860 at the age of 25. He was a farmer in Oakland Co., MI.3002

Spouse: Ellen L. DUTTON-129579. Ellen L. DUTTON and Elijah TEMPLE were married on 9 October 1857 in Clarkston, Oakland, MI.3002 Children were: Eva M. (Eva) TEMPLE-147631.

Elijah TEMPLE87489 was born in 1874. He died on 7 April 1915 at the age of 41 in Richmond City, VA. Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Richmond, VA.

Elijah TEMPLE was born on 6 October 1894 in Magnolia, Columbia, AR.87490 In 1917 he was a sawmill sawyer in Monroe, Ouachita, LA.87490 He served in the military in 1918/9.6606 As a private, assigned to Company I, 156th Infantry, 39th Division, he sailed on the President Grant from Hoboken on 22 Aug 1918. As a private assigned to Company G, 355th Infantry, he departed Brest aboard the Leviathan on 15 May 1919 for Hoboken, arriving 22 May 1919.
His service number was 1585956. Parents: TEMPLE-174076 and Rosie -174077.

Elijah TEMPLE was born on 17 July 1911.87491 He died in September 1980 at the age of 69 in Richmond City, VA.87491

Elijah Benjamin TEMPLE Jr.65348,65352 was born on 19 July 1930 in Richland Parish, LA.65351,87492,87493 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Richland Parish, LA.65351 In 1948 he was a cotton farmer in Oak Ridge, Morehouse, LA.87494 Elijah served in the military in 1952/3.87492 Dates approximate. Served in the Army as a sergeant in Korea. He lived in Crossett, Ashley, AR in 1966.69367 He died on 12 August 1988 at the age of 58.87492 Buried in Start Cemetery, Start, LA. When he registered for the draft in 1948, he claimed his name was the initials of E.B. only. Parents: Elijah Benjamin (Bennie) TEMPLE Sr.-20029 and Cynthia Eugenia (Jennie) RUSSELL-24387.

Spouse: Sylvia Mae (Sylvia) SMITH-120204. Sylvia Mae (Sylvia) SMITH and Elijah Benjamin TEMPLE Jr. were married on 22 January 1954 in Richland Parish, LA.65348,69366,69367 They65348,69366,69367 were divorced on 22 November 1966 in Ashley Co., AR.69367 Sylvia filed against E.B. on the basis of personal indignities. Absolute decree handed down 22 Nov 1966. Four children were affected. Children were: Donna Sue TEMPLE-120208, Michael Dale TEMPLE-120209, Patricia Gail TEMPLE-120210, Ronnie Ray TEMPLE-120211.

Spouse: Virginia Florene ARRANT-115638. Virginia Florene ARRANT and Elijah Benjamin TEMPLE Jr. were married.

Elijah Benjamin (Bennie) TEMPLE Sr.5923,65348 was born on 24 August 1908 in Franklin Parish, LA.48732,65349,65351,87495,87496 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Franklin Parish, LA.87495 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Franklin Parish, LA.48732 In April 1930 Elijah was a farmer in Richland Parish, LA.65349 In April 1940 he was a farmer in Richland Parish, LA.65351 He lived in Oak Ridge, Morehouse, LA in 1948.87494 Elijah lived in Start, Richland, LA in 1955.75596 He lived in Rayville, Richland, LA in 1969.85834 He lived in Girard, Richland, LA in 1971.75597 Elijah died on 11 April 1978 at the age of 69 in Oak Ridge, Morehouse, LA.87496,87497 Buried in Start Cemetery, Start, LA. Also given as Elijha. Parents: Elijah Franklin TEMPLE-19997 and Mary Eliza (Mary) UNDERWOOD-20008.

Spouse: Cynthia Eugenia (Jennie) RUSSELL-24387. Cynthia Eugenia (Jennie) RUSSELL and Elijah Benjamin (Bennie) TEMPLE Sr. were married on 12 February 1927 in Franklin Parish, LA. Children were: Johnie Benjamine (J.B.) TEMPLE-42605, Elijah Benjamin TEMPLE Jr.-81721, Reverend Bobby Arnold (Bobbie) TEMPLE-86767, Billy Rankin TEMPLE-86768, Shirley F. TEMPLE-86769, Jo Ann (Joann) TEMPLE-86770, Joe L. TEMPLE Sr.-86771, Rose TEMPLE-115648, Loretta TEMPLE-115649, Wade TEMPLE-115652, Houston TEMPLE-115653, Jimmy TEMPLE-115654, Irma Caron TEMPLE-115657, TEMPLE-81722.

Elijah Elliot (Elijah) TEMPLE8202 was born on 13 September 1875 in Honey Grove, Fannin, TX.57179,62737,65381,65382,87498,87499,87500,87501 His death certificate gave 3 Sep 1874, but other records give 13 Sep. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Lamar Co., TX.5654,57179 In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Blount Co., TN.62737 In 1918 Elijah was a farmer in Floyd, Hunt, TX.87498 In January 1920 he was a farmer in Hunt Co., TX.65381 In April 1930 he was a car washing watchman in Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX.65382 Elijah appeared in the census in April 1940 in Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX.87499 He lived 938 East Arlington Street in Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX in 1944.87500 He died on 20 April 1944 at the age of 68 in Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX.87500,87502 Died at home of a coronary occulusion. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Fort Worth, TX. Elijah has reference number RLT # (None).11699 His parents were both from TN. Appeared in 1920 as Elijah E, and in 1930 as Elliot E. In his WWI draft registration, he spelled his middle name Elit. A good case can be made that he had two wives, marrying the second, probably named Mary some time before 1918.

There was an Elvie Temple, married to a Maggie, also in Hunt County, TX, but the two of these families never appeared in the same census. Both men were farm laborers or farmers. However, Elijah Temple did not have a daughter named Bonnie (his daughter was Elsie V.), and Elijah's other children who should have appeared in a 1910 census were absent from the family of Elvie and Maggie Temple. It is possible that if Elijah had a second wife, whom he married before 1918, she might have been the mother of the other children enumerated with them in 1920. That would mean that Elijah appeared in the 1910 census in Hunt County, TX, with a wife named Maggie, one daughter, and mistaken information about his birth year and his parents' place of origin. Parents: William M. TEMPLE-25349 and Sarah Cathleen (Sallie) NELSON-35461.

Spouse: Margaret A. (Maggie) RUSSELL-35458. Margaret A. (Maggie) RUSSELL and Elijah Elliot (Elijah) TEMPLE were married in 1899 in TN.62737,65382 Children were: Roy Victor TEMPLE-41391, Julie Katherine TEMPLE-41392, May Edna TEMPLE-41393, Elsie V. TEMPLE-41394, Jewel Janet TEMPLE-45688.

Spouse: Mary Elizabeth (Lizzie) TOLE-87907. Mary Elizabeth (Lizzie) TOLE and Elijah Elliot (Elijah) TEMPLE were married before 1940.

Elijah Flagg (Elijah) TEMPLE24600,87503 was born on 13 September 1856 in Heath, Franklin, MA.3063,4849,32037,87504,87505,87506 Gave Sep 11855 in 1900. He appeared in the census in July 1860 in Heath, Franklin, MA.3063 He appeared in the census in August 1870 in Whitingham, Windham, VT.32037 In June 1900 Elijah was a salesman in North Adams, Berkshire, MA.87506 In 1911 he was a traveling salesman in North Adams, Berkshire, MA.19964 In 1917 he was a traveling salesman in North Adams, Berkshire, MA.19965 Elijah appeared in the census in January 1920 in North Adams, Berkshire, MA.87504 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Readsboro, Bennington, VT.87505 He lived in North Adams, Berkshire, MA in 1932.87507 Elijah died on 24 February 1940 at the age of 83 in Readsboro, Bennington, VT.4849,87508 He died of undisclosed causes at home - but his obituary said he died on Friday night, which was 23 Feb, and his death certificate said he died on 24 Feb. It could have been after midnight, or the coroner may not have pronounced him dead until after midnight. Buried in Southview Cemetery, North Adams, MA. He was a clerk.22 No issue. I am not sure what the problem is, but in 1920 his wife was enumerated as Mary, which was his first wife. She claimed to be 63, born in MA with parents both from MA. In his death certificate, the informant is listed as Florida Temple, but I have no idea who she was. Parents: Dr. Cyrus TEMPLE-1315 and Mary Jane FLAGG-1843.

Spouse: Mary H. GIBSON-17504. Mary H. GIBSON and Elijah Flagg (Elijah) TEMPLE were married on 9 June 1886 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.22,34797

Spouse: Cora A. VINCENT-17505. Cora A. VINCENT and Elijah Flagg (Elijah) TEMPLE were married on 8 August 1894 in North Adams, Berkshire, MA.22,87506

Elijah Franklin TEMPLE2009 was born on 3 August 1875 in Franklin Co., MS.48732,65349,75594,77931,87495,87509,87510,87511 Age given as 6 in the 1880 census. His grave marker gives the date in 1874, but he gave it in 1875 for his draft registration and in his SSAN application. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Franklin Co., MS.77931 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Franklin Parish, LA.87495 In January 1920 Elijah was a farmer in Winnsboro, Franklin, LA.48732,87509 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Richland Parish, LA.65349 In April 1940 he was a farmer in Richland Parish, LA.75594 Elijah lived in Rayville, Richland, LA in 1954.77933 Given as Elisha in his brother Asa's obituary. He died on 27 July 1955 at the age of 79 in Start, Richland, LA.4641,75596,87510 His obituary of 30 Jul 1955 said he had died on Tuesday, which was 26 Jul. Buried in Start Cemetery, Start, LA. In his WWI draft registration he claimed he was not physically qualified, as he was ruptured and rheumatic. His obituary gave only his initials as E.J. Parents: William Rankin (Rankin) TEMPLE-19990 and Philona Jane (Philona) YOUNG-19992.

Spouse: Mary Eliza (Mary) UNDERWOOD-20008. Mary Eliza (Mary) UNDERWOOD and Elijah Franklin TEMPLE were married on 27 October 1897 in Winn Parish, LA.2013,5923,87495 Children were: Mary Eliza TEMPLE-20025, William Moston TEMPLE Sr.-20026, Idell Ophelia (Ophelia) TEMPLE-20027, Green Irvin (Irvin) TEMPLE-20028, Elijah Benjamin (Bennie) TEMPLE Sr.-20029, Verla Ann (Verlie) TEMPLE-24388, Alpha Jane (Alpha) TEMPLE-24389, Myrtes Onita (Myrtes) TEMPLE-24390, Alfred Asa (Acie) TEMPLE-24391, Lizzie M. TEMPLE-42607.

Elijah Houston TEMPLE was born on 6 January 1902 in Boatner, Jackson, LA.6917,6919,87512 In April 1940 he was a grocery products salesman in Hardin Co., TX.6917 In 1942 he was an electrician for Pennsylvania Shipyards in Beaumont, Jefferson, TX.6919 Elijah died on 7 August 1981 at the age of 79 in TX.87512 Buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park and Funeral Home, Beaumont, TX.

Spouse: Sarah B. (Sallie) -157573. Sarah B. (Sallie) and Elijah Houston TEMPLE were married about 1926. Children were: Mary E. TEMPLE-157574, Katherine Juanelle TEMPLE-157575.

Elijah Nash TEMPLE (private).87513

Elinnor TEMPLE1896 was born on 1 October 1709 in Baltimore Co., MD. In June 1712 bound to John Webster until age 16. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-129541 and Eleanor LORESON-129542.

Spouse: Sherwood LEE-129550. Elinnor TEMPLE and Sherwood LEE were married on 3 November 1729 in St. George's Parish, Baltimore, MD.49036,49115,49116 Children were: John LEE-148417, Sherwood LEE-148418, Elizabeth LEE-148419.

Elinor TEMPLE87514 was born on 5 February 1880 in Richland Co., IL. She died on 30 June 1880 at the age of 0 in Richland Co., IL. Buried in Green Hill Cemetery, Noble, IL.

Elinor TEMPLE (private).18810 Parents: Cleon Elery TEMPLE-40445 and Barbara BYLE-82975.

Elinor F. TEMPLE was born in June 1917 in DE.33403 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Wilmington, New Castle, DE.33403 She died before 1930 at the age of 13. Parents: Harrison Morton (Harry) TEMPLE-105734 and Anna FRITZ-105739.

Elinor Ruth TEMPLE22 was born on 9 August 1918 in Worcester, Worcester, MA.22,14770,47369,47370 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Worcester, Worcester, MA.14770 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Worcester, Worcester, MA.47369 In April 1940 Elinor was an insurance company policy department clerk in Worcester, Worcester, MA. Parents: Leon Earl (Leon) TEMPLE-25358 and Sadie Ella (Sadie) KNOTT-38756.

Spouse: John Ernest BUCKLER-38952. Elinor Ruth TEMPLE and John Ernest BUCKLER were married on 24 August 1940 in Worcester, Worcester, MA.22,17786 Children were: Diane BUCKLER-43891.

Elinor Ruth TEMPLE22 was born on 24 September 1925 in Natick, Middlesex, MA.22,54336,54337 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Newton, Middlesex, MA.54336 She appeared in the census in April 1940 in Natick, Middlesex, MA.54337 In 1946 Elinor was a stenographer in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.29927 She lived 810 Coronado Avenue in Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA in 1946.29927 Parents: Maurice Elbridge (Morris\Maurice) TEMPLE-2713 and Florence Mae MELVIN-33430.

Spouse: Peter Richard EKSTEIN-38852. Elinor Ruth TEMPLE and Peter Richard EKSTEIN were married on 1 September 1946 in Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA.29927

Elinora V. TEMPLE37272 was born in 1917 in PA.5082 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Clearfield, Clearfield, PA.5082 She lived in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD in January 1997.37272 Elinora died before 2007 at the age of 90.87515 Parents: Victor Hiram TEMPLE-47824 and Violet B. FLEGAL-47829.

Spouse: WAKEFIELD-47827.

Elinore TEMPLE was born in 1847 in Canada.2999 She appeared in the census in 1851 in Dumfries Parish, York, New Brunswick, Canada.2999 Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-133631 and Hannah -154772.

Eliot Laudale TEMPLE (private).87516

Elisa TEMPLE was born in 1831 in Ireland.84306 She appeared in the census in September 1850 in New York City, New York, NY.84306 Enumerated with her apparent brother. She has reference number RLT # F.70248 Parents: TEMPLE-137792 and UNKNOWN-149090.

Elisa E. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Arthur Robert FENTON-144013.

Elisabeth TEMPLE was born in 1831 in Ireland.87517 She immigrated before 1850. She appeared in the census in December 1850 in Cumberland, Allegany, MD.87517 Enumerated living in a boarding house. Elisabeth has reference number RLT # F.4789

Elisabeth TEMPLE was born in 1850 in IN.31407 She appeared in the census in October 1860 in Hassan, Hennepin, MN.31407 Parents: Johann (John) TEMPEL-60671 and Margaretha (Margaret) FEHN-60672.

Elisabeth TEMPLE56272 was born in March 1857 in England, United Kingdom.56271 She appeared in the census in June 1900 in New Bedford, Bristol, MA.56271 By 1900, she had had 1 child, who survived.

Spouse: Edward C. MOSHER-128565. Elisabeth TEMPLE and Edward C. MOSHER were married in 1881 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.56271,56272 Children were: Edith L. MOSHER-146854, Roy MOSHER-153983.

Elisabeth TEMPLE87518 was born in 1912. She died in 1921 at the age of 9 in Saskatchewan, Canada. Buried in Melville North Cemetery, Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Elisabeth C. TEMPLE (private).676 Parents: Robert TEMPLE-102116 and Katie -102118.

Spouse: Joseph E. HINZ-102125. Children were: Madison HINZ-102126, Timothy HINZ-102127.

Elise TEMPLE87519 was born in 1898.9311 She died in Island Falls, Aroostook, ME.9311 Buried in Island Falls Cemetery on US Rte 2, Island Falls, Aroostook, ME.

Spouse: APPLEBEE-179886. Elise TEMPLE and APPLEBEE were married.

Elise Renee TEMPLE (private).37973 Parents: Ricky Dean (Rick) TEMPLE-50905 and Catherine Ruth EDDINS-50906.

Spouse: Seth BRACKEN-114969. Children were: Bennett BRACKEN-114970.

Eliseo B. TEMPLE was born in 1936.87520 He lived in Clark Co., NV in 1999.32327 He died on 9 October 2003 at the age of 67 in King Co., WA.87520

Spouse: Nellie FLYE-144015.

Elisha TEMPLE (private).44841 Parents: Joe TEMPLE-126730 and Mary Lou (Mamie) JOHNSON-126731.

Spouse: Anthony BROWN-126739.

Elisha TEMPLE35221,87521 was born in 1804 in Acton, Middlesex, MA.22,10861 Mentioned in Pension Files as living at home when Samuel was aged 68
in 1820. He died on 19 September 1822 at the age of 18 in Acton, Middlesex, MA.11130 Died of fever. Levi Temple's "Some Temple Pedigrees" assigned him to two sets of parents, as different children. Levi Temple first assigned him to Samuel and Hannah (Gleason) Temple, but was in doubt about his birth year, and did not know when Samuel and Hannah were married. Their marriage date, now know, does not support a child named Elisha as theirs. Furthermore, other clues in "Some Temple Pedigrees" indicate he was actually the same person as the son of Samuel and Jerusha. These errors in Levi's genealogy were simply perpetuated in "Rise of the Temples." Parents: Samuel TEMPLE-914 and Jerusha HAGER-1112.

Elisha TEMPLE17509 was born in 1869 in KY.48055 He appeared in the census in August 1870 in Pellville, Hancock, KY.48055 He died before 1880 at the age of 11. Name is faded away and illegible in the 1870 census.

Did not appear with his family in 1880, so he may have died young. I wonder if there is some confusion about him, or perhaps he was named for one Elisha Williams, a laborer enumerated with this family in 1870. Parents: David L. TEMPLE-34957 and Martha Ellen BRUNER-34958.

Elissa Ann TEMPLE (private).84947 Parents: Rickey Lee TEMPLE-158899 and Patricia Ann VALLERY-158900.

Elissa E. TEMPLE (private).1282

Spouse: Michael G. ORR-164448.

Elissa K. TEMPLE (private).922 Parents: Sherwin Earl TEMPLE-87398 and Betty -106323.

Spouse: Jeremy D. MIKKELSON-106322.