Enobe TEMPLE was born in February 1919 in Spring Hill, Pickens, AL.1336 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Spring Hill, Pickens, AL.1336 Parents: Pink TEMPLE Jr.-127032 and Charlotte -127033.

Enoch TEMPLE was born in 1858 in MS.88618 He died in May 1860 at the age of 2 in Franklin Co., MS.88618 Died of brain fever.

Enoch Armitage TEMPLE88619 was born on 8 April 1827 in Hunterdon Co., NJ.30798,30799,76574,80883,88619 Age in 1870 given as 44, and birth place as NJ. He was baptized on 21 May 1827 in Hunterdon Co., NJ.88620 Baptized at the Pennington Presbyterian Church. In July 1850 he was a farm hand in Trenton, Mercer, NJ.76574 In July 1860 Enoch was a farm hand in Cecil Co., MD.30798 In August 1870 he was a farmer in Cecil Co., MD.30799 In June 1880 he was a laborer in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.80883 Enoch died on 26 October 1883 at the age of 56 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.88619 Data supplied by Pauline Mengle, a direct descendant of Enoch Armitage Temple. He has reference number RLT # 507.2153 Enoch may have married twice, but was clearly a widower in 1880. Enumerated with him in 1880 was L. Christopher, ae 60, who was said to be his brother-in-law. Since his wife was Martha Evans, that indicates another marriage relationship. Parents: Andrew TEMPLE-1023 and Charity CHRISTOPHER-1409.

Spouse: Martha EVANS-13311. Martha EVANS and Enoch Armitage TEMPLE were married on 28 December 1854 in Newtown, Bucks, PA.9078,30801 Married at Aubrey Lodge. Children were: Charity Ann (Annie) TEMPLE-2033, Sarah Elizabeth (Sarah) TEMPLE-2034, Lorenzo TEMPLE-13312, Jonathan Evans (John) TEMPLE-2032.

Spouse: Margaret TROUPE-115370. Margaret TROUPE and Enoch Armitage TEMPLE were married on 24 March 1881 in Darby, Delaware, PA.88621

Between 1888 and 1890 Enos TEMPLE was a Farmer in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.33375,78035 Between 1895 and 1897 he was a groceryman in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.3725,78038 He lived 850 West Tenth Street in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA between 1895 and 1897.3725,78038

Children were: Benjamin TEMPLE-132967.

Enos TEMPLE10861,18422 was born on 10 February 1764 in Westmoreland, Cheshire, NH.10861,18422,18424,74641 Place of birth from Pension Records. He lived in Walpole, Cheshire, NH between 1776 and 1792.10861 Dates of residence estimated from Pension Records. He served in the military in 1780 in VT.22,88622,88623 Enlisted at Stone, NH, marched to Peacham, VT over the summer, and spent the time scouting the woods towards Canada, Lake Champlain and the Connecticut river, moving their headquarters to Newbury, VT in the Fall of 1780. Enos Temple earned a pension for serving as a Private in the NH Militia in a resolution passed 7 Jun 1832. He was placed on the roll 11 Nov 1832, 4 Mar 1831, no age given. He claimed service in the garrison of Fort Constitution at Portsmouth, NH for six months prior to joining Major Whitcomb's company. According to Mrs. Abbott, a genealogist in Westmoreland, Enos used to relate stories to his grandchildren about a long march over frozen ground and his boots were worn from his feet so that the soldiers left blood on the frozen ground and snow. Enos moved in 1780 in Walpole, Cheshire, NH.88622 He lived in Lisbon, Grafton, NH between 1792 and 1846.10861 He died on 4 March 1846 at the age of 82 in Lisbon, Grafton, NH.8137,18422,77417 Buried in Salmon Hole Cemetery, Lisbon, NH. Served in Revolutionary War including 6 months at Ft. Constitution, Portsmouth, NH. Later did scout duty for the army. Received a pension for his services, applying 14 Aug 1832 in Lisbon, NH, NH Service record S14659. He was the only Enos Temple to serve in the war.

A pension application lists his wife's maiden name as Anna Gary. The family Bible of Enos Temple lists her name as Anna Burt, daughter of John Burt.

The confusion appears to be that Enos Temple had two wives. His first, Anna Burt, was the mother of his 6 children. She was Anna Burt, apparently, and they married in 1784. His second wife was Anna Gary, whom he married in the Spring of 1820. She was the widow of Alexander Hodge and the mother of John Hodge of Lisbon, NH. Parents: Archelaus TEMPLE-782 and Lucy THOMPSON-24004.

Spouse: Anna BURT-1147. Anna BURT and Enos TEMPLE were married on 17 September 1784 in Landaff, Grafton, NH.22,18422,18428 Children were: Amarilla TEMPLE-1149, Randolphus (Dolphus) TEMPLE-1151, Enos TEMPLE Jr.-21839, Sylvanus TEMPLE-1152, Anna TEMPLE-1150, Mary D. TEMPLE-1148, Hannah Dodge (Hannah) TEMPLE-1153, Enos TEMPLE-21841.

Spouse: Anna GARY-23268. Anna GARY and Enos TEMPLE were married in 1820 in Lisbon, Grafton, NH.18423

Enos TEMPLE74640 was born on 20 May 1766 in Westmoreland, Cheshire, NH.22 He was baptized on 27 July 1766 in Westmoreland, Cheshire, NH.8139,74641 In Parkhill Church, Westmoreland, NH. Based on the timing, it would seem more appropriate for the baptism on this date to have been Abigail's, as the baptisms were generally within a month of birth. He died.34053 Probably died in infancy. Parents: Elijah TEMPLE-781 and Abigail THOMPSON-791.

Enos TEMPLE Jr.24863 was born about 1791 in Lisbon, Grafton, NH. He died before 1807 at the age of 16. died in infancy. Parents: Enos TEMPLE-945 and Anna BURT-1147.

Enos TEMPLE18426 was born in August 1807 in Lisbon, Grafton, NH.20406 He died on 10 May 1812 at the age of 4 in Lisbon, Grafton, NH. Parents: Enos TEMPLE-945 and Anna BURT-1147.

Enos TEMPLE16817 was born on 20 September 1893 in NE.28749,28750,28751,28752,28753,28755,88624 He appeared in the census in 1895 in Northwood, Worth, IA.28755 In June 1905 he was a farm laborer in Roseau Co., MN.28752 Enos appeared in the census in April 1910 in Roseau Co., MN.28751 He served in the military between 1917 and 1919.88625 Served in the Navy during WWI. In January 1920 he was a farm laborer in Enstrom, Roseau, MN.28749 In April 1930 Enos was a farmer in Enstrom, Roseau, MN.28750 In April 1940 he was a farmer in Enstrom, Roseau, MN.28753 He lived in Houston, Harris, TX before 1980.16817 Enos died on 26 November 1981 at the age of 88 in Tucson, Pima, AZ.88624,88625 Buried in Evergreen Memorial Park, Tucson, AZ. Parents: Cary Alvin (Cary) TEMPLE-45082 and Sarah Jane DUNAWAY-48697.

Spouse: Nicoline Mathilda (Nicoline) WOLD-48692. Nicoline Mathilda (Nicoline) WOLD and Enos TEMPLE were married on 20 May 1923 in Roseau Co., MN.28750,28756,88626 Children were: Robert Enos TEMPLE-48693.

Spouse: Orma Pauline ELSON-74501. Orma Pauline ELSON and Enos TEMPLE were married on 13 July 1949 in Sherman Co., KS.30188

Enos Andrew (Andy) TEMPLE was born on 1 August 1977 in Cruso, Haywood, NC.371,14297 He died on 29 April 2020 at the age of 42 in Asheville, Buncombe, NC.371 Cremated. A secondary source recorded his middle name as Anderson, but Find-A-Grave said it was Andrew. Parents: Hilery Taylor TEMPLE-108496 and La Marr MEEK-108528.

Enrique TEMPLE (private).44599

Spouse: Diane Marie JOHNSON-144024.

Enrique C. TEMPLE (private).22779

Spouse: Norma J. COLLINS-125657.

Enury J. TEMPLE died on 27 March 1901 in Morristown, Rice, MN.49134

Ephraim TEMPLE served in the military in 1675 in Kingston, Washington, RI.88627 Appears as serving in Captain Joseph Prentice's company.

Ephraim TEMPLE was born (date unknown). Only one Ephraim Temple was found in the U.S. in 1870, and he was in Norwalk, OH. They were not the same person.

Spouse: Louisa SIMS-162307. Louisa SIMS and Ephraim TEMPLE were married on 21 July 1866 in Bedford Co., TN.68175

Ephraim TEMPLE39424 was born on 4 May 1727 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.31215,87605,88628 Levi Temple records date as 22 Aug 1726. He was baptized on 15 June 1727 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.40511 He moved in 1771 in Gardner, Worcester, MA.88629 Ephraim died in 1789 at the age of 62 in West Boylston, Worcester, MA.21037,29639,31215 He had his estate probated in 1789 in Gardner, Worcester, MA.88630,88631 Will probated. A number of sources and researchers point to a third wife, Elizabeth Houghton, whom he may have married in 1785. They both seem to have died in 1789, she on 28 Feb 1789. This is on the strength of a gravestone in the Old Burial Ground in West Boylston. There, Betty Temple is commemorated as the wife of Ephraim Temple, and her death at 24 years of age is given on that date. The problem is that Ephraim's son Isaac also married Elizabeth Houghton, not all that common a name. Isaac's Elizabeth, however, had different dates, dying in 1789. I would consider this a mere confusion of a step mother as a spouse of a child - but Isaac's Elizabeth was the mother of several children and she died in 1819. So, I have recognized two Elizabeth Houghtons, possibly related but distinctly different women, because I cannot resolve this conflict any other reasonable way. Parents: Isaac TEMPLE-164 and Elizabeth HOLLAND-169.

Spouse: Elizabeth (Betty) HINDS-1033. Elizabeth (Betty) HINDS and Ephraim TEMPLE were married on 25 May 1752 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.21037,25018,31215,41033

Spouse: Mary FARRAR-1034. Mary FARRAR and Ephraim TEMPLE were married on 7 March 1758 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.31215,31216 Children were: Francis TEMPLE-1035, Isaac TEMPLE-1036, Ephraim TEMPLE-1037, Ezra TEMPLE-1038, Ahio TEMPLE-1039, Loammi TEMPLE-1040.

Spouse: Elizabeth HOUGHTON-46681. Elizabeth HOUGHTON and Ephraim TEMPLE were married on 31 August 1785 in Lancaster, Worcester, MA.22,25018

Ephraim TEMPLE10861,20115,62842 was born on 18 May 1760 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.21038,62842,87605 He served in the military between 1777 and 1780 in Winchendon, Worcester, MA.62842,88632,88633 Service from Winchendon (also given as Leominster), along with his brother, Ezra. List of men raised to serve in the Continental Army, as returned by Capt. John Boynton; residence, Winchendon; engaged for town of Winchendon; joined Capt. William Warner's co., Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment; term, 3 years, to expire 1 Jan 1780. Also, shows up as Private, 3rd Co., Col. Thomas Marshall's (10th) regiment; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 18 Mar 1777 to 31 Dec 1779. Also, Capt. William Warner's (6th) company, Col. Marshall's regiment. Shows in the return of men who were in camp on or before 15 Aug 1777. Reported a prisoner. Shows in the same co. and regt. muster rolls for Jan and Apr 1779, dated at West Point. Enlisted 18 Mar 1777, enlistment 3 years. Also shows in Capt. Parks' company, Col. Marshall's regiment, Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1 Jan 1780 to 7 Mar 1780. Residence given as Leominster. Reported discharged 18 Mar 1780.

Appears in James Barrett's returns of muster, number 8, dated 25 Apr 1777, stating Ephraim was mustered at Concord. He had his estate probated in 1840 in Gardner, Worcester, MA.88634 Will probated. Ephraim a pension applicant in 1840 in Gardner, Worcester, MA.88635 He died on 29 July 1840 at the age of 80 in Gardner, Worcester, MA.25018,40506,62842,88636 Some sources give 30 July, but not his marker in Old Cemetery, Gardner, MA. Marker indicates he was a Revolutionary War veteran. He was a farmer.62842 Private in Revolution, serving from Massachusetts (Wilmington, Leominster and Winchendon). Reported a prisoner in August 1777. Applied for pension 27 Apr 1818 in Worcester Co, MA. Showed on the pension list in 1820 with residence of Massachusetts. Reapplied 14 Aug 1832 in same place. Parents: Ephraim TEMPLE-887 and Mary FARRAR-1034.

Spouse: Sibyl RAY-1433. Sibyl RAY and Ephraim TEMPLE were married on 22 June 1788 in Westminster, Worcester, MA.11161,25018,62842,62844 Her name given variously as Sebbal and Sibel (the latter is in the intention of marriage). Intention filed in Gardner, MA, 20 Jun 1788. Children were: Mary (Polly) TEMPLE-1434, Asa TEMPLE-1435, Nancy TEMPLE-1436, Phebe TEMPLE-1437.

Ephraim TEMPLE was born in 1830 in NY.3516 In June 1870 he was a carpenter in Norwalk, Huron, OH.3516 He lived in Huron Co., OH about 1875.25867 Identification of Ephraim as the husband of Mary as the same Ephraim who resided in Huron County and married Cora requires proof. He is probably the brother of James Temple, enumerated a couple of doors away in 1870. He may also be the person, or father of the person, who married Flora D. Sammis, who was living in Huron Co., OH in 1870.

Spouse: Mary -137366. Mary and Ephraim TEMPLE were married in 1863. Children were: Misty M. TEMPLE-137367, Fanny TEMPLE-137368.

Spouse: Cora L. DAVIS-131386. Cora L. DAVIS and Ephraim TEMPLE were married about 1875.

Ephraim TEMPLE1571 was born on 31 March 1848 in Logan, Hocking, OH.26271,30121,30122,43384,88637,88638 Gave his age as 64 in 1910. Gave his age as 27 in 1870, and 35 in 1880. He gave Mar 1850 in the 1900 census, but he was given as 1 year old in the 1850 census. His obituary put the date in 1850. He appeared in the census in September 1850 in Union, Ross, OH.43384 In July 1870 he was a day laborer in Colerain Twp., Ross, OH.43385 In June 1880 Ephraim was a farmer in Benton Twp., Hocking, OH.30121 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Colerain Twp., Ross, OH.30122 In April 1910 he was an odd job laborer in Circleville, Pickaway, OH.88637 In August 1913 Ephraim was a merchant in Circleville, Pickaway, OH.26271 He was ill with paralyzation in 1925 in OH.88639 He died on 12 December 1928 at the age of 80 in Columbus, Franklin, OH.88638,88639,88640 Died at the Columbus State Hospital after three years' paralysis. Buried in Jones Cemetery, Mooresville, OH. Ephraim has reference number RLT # U2113.3084 Possibly also married Cora Davis or Sara Shisler. Given with Germanic spelling in 1900. Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-39588 and Margaret (Peggy) HUTCHISON-39589.

Spouse: Harriet (Hattie) ELLIS-39578. Harriet (Hattie) ELLIS and Ephraim TEMPLE were married on 29 December 1875 in Hocking Co., OH.455,30122,30124 Children were: Rosa Belle (Rosie) TEMPLE-39579, Minnie Susan (Minnie) TEMPLE-39580, Lucy TEMPLE-39581, Mary E. (Polly) TEMPLE-39590, William Gorton TEMPLE Sr.-39583, Sarah E. TEMPLE-39582, Joseph TEMPLE-39584, Robert H. (Bob) TEMPLE-39586, Walter Francis TEMPLE-39585, Ephraim Abraham (Abe) TEMPLE-39587.

Spouse: Sarah Jane DAVIS-73409. Sarah Jane DAVIS and Ephraim TEMPLE were married on 8 August 1913 in Pickaway Co., OH.26271

Ephraim Abraham (Abe) TEMPLE was born on 17 October 1895 in Ross Co., OH.5569,30122,44717,44873,44875,58978,88637 Gave his age as 8 in 1910. OH Death Records estimated his birth in 1891. Find-a-grave said 2 Sep 1891 without a source. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Colerain Twp., Ross, OH.30122 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Circleville, Pickaway, OH.88637 In 1917 Ephraim was a wool worker in Columbus, Franklin, OH.44875 In January 1917 he was a wool puller in Columbus, Franklin, OH.44717 In January 1920 he was a wool factory wool worker in Columbus, Franklin, OH.44873 In April 1930 Ephraim was a warehouse laborer in Columbus, Franklin, OH.5569 In April 1940 he was a builidng laborer in Columbus, Franklin, OH.58978 He lived 110 West Noble Street in Columbus, Franklin, OH in April 1940.44341 Ephraim died on 29 December 1958 at the age of 63 in Columbus, Franklin, OH.88641,88642 Buried in Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, OH. His parents were both from OH in 1920, but both from US in 1930. In 1917, he claimed he was responsible for support of his wife and stepmother. Given as Epreham in his marriage to Goldie Johnson. Parents: Ephraim TEMPLE-39577 and Harriet (Hattie) ELLIS-39578.

Spouse: Pearl Goldie JOHNSON-73403. Pearl Goldie JOHNSON and Ephraim Abraham (Abe) TEMPLE were married on 20 January 1917 in Columbus, Franklin, OH.5569,44717 The 1930 census ages put the marriage date in 1916 which is incorrect. They5569,44717 were divorced before 15 April 1940. Divorce is assumed, but she may have died early. Early OH marriage records only record the reason for the termination of a prior marriage by females. Children were: Edward A. TEMPLE-73404, Leonard Franklin TEMPLE-73405, Kenneth E. TEMPLE-83858.

Spouse: Dorothea Frances (Dorothy) SCOTT-86656. Dorothea Frances (Dorothy) SCOTT and Ephraim Abraham (Abe) TEMPLE were married on 19 April 1940 in Columbus, Franklin, OH.44341

Ephraim H. TEMPLE74613,88643 was born on 25 July 1835 in Eddington, Penobscot, ME.6694,39164 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Eddington, Penobscot, ME.6694 In June 1860 he was a millman in Monticello, Wright, MN.88644 Ephraim lived in Silver Creek, Wright, MN in 1861.88645 He served in the military in 1861/2 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.212,88646 Ephraim M. Temple ae 25 mustered into Company F, 2nd Regiment Minnesota Veteran Volunteer Infantry, 8 Jul 1861, and died in 1862 at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, MO. He died on 18 July 1862 at the age of 26 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.39164,88646 Buried in St. Louis, MO. Cemetery records place his death date as 18 Jan 1862. Ephraim has reference number RLT # 348i.2640 Some sources give his middle initial as M. Parents: John TEMPLE-1125 and Catherine BEDELL-1564.

Eppes TEMPLE88647,88648 was born in 1757 in Prince George Co., VA. Birth year derived from Virginia Pension Files information. He served in the military about 1780. Served as a sergeant of Virginia Militia in Revolution, from Prince George County, VA. He was on the Virginia Pension Rolls in 1835, having started receiving his $ 27.53 annual pension since 1833.

Served as a fifer. An affidavit by him says that Frederick and Laban Temple were killed at Buford's Defeat. Served in the 6th Virginia Regiment under Captain William Haley Avery. Apparently killed at Buford's Defeat. "The Buford Massacre," by Louise Pettus, explained that it was fought 29 May 1780, and is known variously as the Buford Massacre, Buford's Defeat, or the Battle of the Waxhaws.

"Following a naval siege, Charleston had surrendered on May 12th. Col. Abraham Buford and his Virginia soldiers were the only organized troop left in South Carolina. Buford and his men retreated at a slow pace, partly because they waited on remnants of several South Carolina cavalry troops to join them, and partly because the Virginians were escorting SC Gov. John Rutledge and his party to Hillsborough, NC for safety.

Afraid that Governor Rutledge would escape, the British general, Lord Cornwallis, assigned his best commander of mobile forces, Col. Banastre Tarleton, to pursue. By the time Tartleton had caught up (at one point covering 105 miles in 54 hours), Rutledge had separated from Buford's 350 Virginia Continentals. Tarleton, who had 130 cavalry, 100 infantry, and 40 British Dragoons, found Buford's forces resting after a long march.

Accounts of what happened next vary considerably. One view states that Buford, realizing that it was futile to resist, ordered his men to raise the flag of truce. Tarleton came forward on horseback to accept the flag. Just as he did so, his horse was shot from under him. Tarleton fell, and the horse fell on him. Tarleton's men, mistakenly believing their leader was killed, attacked furiously.

Another version, and the one most popular with Patriot writers, is that Tarleton tricked Buford by offering the Colonials quarter, and when they laid down their arms, Tarleton ordered the British troops to attack without mercy. Alexander Garden of Charleston wrote that it was "one of Tarleton's most atrocious acts of barbarity, yet it exalted him in the favour of Lord Cornwallis, and raised his military reputation, in the opinions of the British nation, to the most exalted degree of perfection."

American casualties were 113 killed, 150 wounded, and 53 prisoners. Many of the wounded died within a day. An American officer who was there said that the average number of saber and bayonet wounds per soldier was 16. After this the Americans spoke of "Bloody Tarleton." Buford escaped, and most of those who did were mounted. The British lost only 5 killed and 14 wounded."

Robert Temples found the following about Buford's Defeat:

"About 9 miles east of Lancaster on SC highway 522, a quarter of a mile south of highway 9, there is a two-acre plot of land with two historical markers, a stone wall, and two mass grave sites. The oldest memorial on the site is a marble obelisk, 15' tall from base to top, which was erected in 1860. It was designed and cut by William T. White, a prominent Charleston stone-cutter. The monument is in side a two-foot wall of white rocks that outlined the larger of the two mass graves. The second mass grave is unmarked." He appeared in the census in 1810 in Prince George Co., VA.88649 Eppes appeared in the census in 1820 in Prince George Co., VA.88650 He appeared in the census in 1830 in Prince George Co., VA.88651 He died on 1 October 1836 at the age of 79 in Prince George Co., VA.60143 Name is often spelled in contemporary documents as Epes.

Land in Prince George Co., VA, surrounded by William, Allen and Herbert Temple. His pension records indicate he bought corn from Captain Allen Temple, no date specified. Later, dated 1802, are two other transactions for some wheat.

He was the executor of the estate of his father, William.

His pension records include several pages of what appears to be an extract from the Family Bible or his diary, on one page of which he wrote "Command you may your mind." Parents: William TEMPLE III-18526 and Thurina EPPES-18530.

Spouse: Nancy TEMPLE-22289. Nancy TEMPLE and Eppes TEMPLE were married on 31 July 1787 in Lunenburg Co., VA.21763

Spouse: Elizabeth PEEBLES-21487. Elizabeth PEEBLES and Eppes TEMPLE were married on 1 March 1792 in Lunenburg Co., VA.9567,31698 The date is from Elizabeth's recollection in her pension application. They were married by a Parson Harrison. Children were: William Eppes TEMPLE-21488, Nancy Chappell TEMPLE-27980, Mary Ann Peebles TEMPLE-27981, John Wyatt TEMPLE-22291, Rebecca Heath TEMPLE-28005, Parthenia Goodwin TEMPLE-28006, Elizabeth Peebles TEMPLE-28007.

Era Vernel (Nell) TEMPLE11866 was born on 22 June 1933 in Angelina Co., TX.9444,11870,88652 She appeared in the census in April 1940 in Angelina Co., TX.11870 She died on 6 March 2008 at the age of 74 in Lufkin, Angelina, TX.88652,88653 Buried in Old Union Cemetery, Hudson, TX. Parents: Claude TEMPLE-33908 and May Lucille (Lucille) BATTON-34007.

Spouse: J.D. MATHEWS-67583. Children were: Charles Edward MATHEWS-67584.

Spouse: Walter M. GRIGGS-50603. Era Vernel (Nell) TEMPLE and Walter M. GRIGGS were married on 23 August 1968 in Trinity Co., TX.8887

Erastus TEMPLE88654 was born about 1774.78536 He served in the military in 1812.88655 He was a private in the company of Captain Mintook's 25ht Regiment of US Infantry. He source of a land bounty for his son Philo on 22 March 1834.88655 In the land bounty records of 1812, he was given as Dorastus Temple. Parents: Archelaus TEMPLE-782 and Lucy THOMPSON-24004.

Spouse: Betsey EAGER-32394. Betsey EAGER and Erastus TEMPLE were married in 1800.22 They22 were divorced before 1818. Children were: Philo TEMPLE-1333.

Erastus TEMPLE36219,75170 was born in 1785 in Springfield Twp., Windsor, VT.16001,36219,36220,36221 He gave MA in 1860 and 1870. He lived in Middletown, Rutland, VT about 1800.36219 He moved in 1833 in Mendon, Rutland, VT.16001 Erastus moved before 1849 in Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, WI.75170 He appeared in the census in August 1850 in Sugar Creek Twp., Walworth, WI.36222,88656 Enumerated as Erastus Dimple. In June 1860 he was a farm laborer in Sugar Creek Twp., Walworth, WI.36221 Erastus appeared in the census in June 1870 in Coloma, Waushara, WI.36220 He died after June 1870 at the age of 85 in WI.36219,36223,75170,88657 Buried in Walworth Cemetery, Walworth, WI. Erastus conducted several land transactions in Fond du Lac County, in 1849 and 1852, involving 160 acres. Parents: Frederick TEMPLE-785 and Hannah KING-792.

Spouse: Olivia GRAY-1186. Olivia GRAY and Erastus TEMPLE were married about 1810 in Berkshire, Franklin, VT.16001,36219 Children were: George Washington (Washington) TEMPLE-1187, Laura G. TEMPLE-1189, Candace Arabella TEMPLE-1190, Nancy TEMPLE-1191, Erskine TEMPLE-1188.

Erastus TEMPLE16899,17219 was born on 3 August 1819 in Heath, Franklin, MA.16732,16900,17219,21251 In August 1850 he was a farmer in Lamartine, Fond du Lac, WI.16900 Enumerated living with Elliot and Mary K. Brown, his in-laws. In 1869 he was a miller in Eldora, Hardin, IA.88658 Erastus died on 22 October 1869 at the age of 50 in Eldora, Hardin, IA.16732,17219,88659,88660 Died of dispeasia. Buried in Lot 150, Eldora Cemetery, Eldora, Hardin, IA. He has reference number RLT # 8C.32053 No issue.

Parents: Nathaniel TEMPLE-982 and Mary (Polly) STONE-17716.

Spouse: Minerva K. (Mary) BROWN-1760. Minerva K. (Mary) BROWN and Erastus TEMPLE were married on 10 September 1848 in Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, WI.1945,17221,17222 Found in Fond du Lac county marriage book A, p. 137.

Erastus M. TEMPLE52171 was born on 14 February 1870 in Johnston Co., NC.52175,70168,70169,70170,70172 Gave his age as 49 in 1920. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.13843 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC.70168 Erastus registered as a voter on 25 October 1902 in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.88661 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.70172 In January 1920 he was a farmer in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.70169 Erastus died on 21 October 1925 at the age of 55 in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.8359,70170,88662 Died of typhoid fever. Buried in Bethel Free Will Baptist Church, Johnston Co., NC. Appears as Ernest in cemetery records. The informant on his death certificate was J.S. Temple, whose exact relationship I could not figure out. Parents: Starling Epsie (Epsey) TEMPLE-9869 and Elizabeth Jane (Betsey) MASSENGILL-9887.

Spouse: Nancy Ann STANLEY-40087. Nancy Ann STANLEY and Erastus M. TEMPLE were married on 27 February 1896 in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC.70165,70168,70172 Claimed she was 21 at her first marriage. Children were: John Walter TEMPLE Sr.-40547, Robert S. (Robby) TEMPLE-40548, Earnest Hugh (Hudie) TEMPLE-40549, Nannie Elizabeth TEMPLE-40550, Monroe Wilson (Monroe) TEMPLE-40551.

Erdc TEMPLE was born in 1924 in At Sea.946 He served in the military between 1942 and 1945.946,88663 Dates approximate. Drafted in the Army on 10 Dec 1942 as a private. His service number indicates he was inducted outside the US, and the location was other than Panama or Puerto Rico. Service # 30324114. In December 1942 he was a civil engineer.88663 In his induction records, his name was obviously illegible - and interpretted as Erdc - and ll the associated dates were unable to be scanned and read, resulting in undefined codes.

Erdna Arthur TEMPLE77864 was born on 31 August 1919 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.946,25076,47792,88664,88665 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Portage, Porter, IN.25076 He lived in South Bend, St. Joseph, IN on 1 April 1935.47792 In April 1940 Erdna was an auto garage mechanic in Portage, St. Joseph, IN.47792 He lived in Indianapolis, Marion, IN in 1944. In December 1944 he was a semiskilled motor vehicle mechanic or repairman in St. Joseph Co., IN.88666 Erdna served in the military in 1944/5.946,88666 Dates approximate. Drafted in the Army of the US on 28 Dec 1944 in Indianapolis, IN, as a private. Service # 35966614. He lived in IN before 1950.88667 He died on 15 July 2001 at the age of 81 in South Bend, St. Joseph, IN.88665,88667,88668 Died of Alzheimer's Disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Buried in Southlawn Cemetery, South Bend, IN, Plot: Section FA Lot 72 - 3.
He was the informant on his mother's death certificate. Parents: Arthur Clark (Arthur) TEMPLE-46715 and Anna CUNNINGHAM-46721.

Spouse: Viola May (Viola) KUESPERT-56129. Viola May (Viola) KUESPERT and Erdna Arthur TEMPLE were married on 15 May 1939 in St. Joseph Co., IN.47795 Children were: Arthur Richard TEMPLE-105208, John Erdna TEMPLE-67930, Sue TEMPLE-67932, Michael Duane TEMPLE-67931, Viola (Toots) TEMPLE-67933, Patrick Arthur (Pat) TEMPLE-105204.

Erdna Clark (Erdna) TEMPLE284,52818,88669 was born on 16 April 1867 in Polk, Venango, PA.146,9068,9072,9078,25281,44674,44675,88670,88671 He appeared in the census in August 1870 in Franklin Co., TN.9072 In June 1880 he was a farm laborer in Canal Twp., Venango, PA.9070,88671 Enumerated twice, once as Erdna while out on his own, the other as Clark when with his family. In June 1900 Erdna was a day gardener in Polk, Venango, PA.9068 In April 1910 he was a hospital orderly in Oil City, Venango, PA.88670 Enumerated without his family. In January 1920 he was a supply company painter in Oil City, Venango, PA.44674 Erdna lived in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, OK in 1926.9073 In April 1930 he was a gardener in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, OK.44675 He lived in South Bend, St. Joseph, IN on 1 April 1935.44676 In April 1940 Erdna was a housing painter in French Creek Twp., Venango, PA.44676 He died on 13 October 1955 at the age of 88 in San Diego, San Diego, CA.146,52818,88672 He was living with his son, Walter, when he died, though his obituary gave no particulars about the cause or location. Buried in Sandy Creek Cemetery, near Polk, PA. He has reference number RLT # 179i.7490 Erdna Temple has his mother's maiden name Andre spelled backwards. Enumerated as a female in 1870. Parents: Robert TEMPLE-5437 and Elizabeth (Eliza) ANDRE-5546.

Spouse: Cora Belle POTTS-37649. Cora Belle POTTS and Erdna Clark (Erdna) TEMPLE were married in 1888 in PA.9068 Children were: Walter Lewis TEMPLE-46713, Frank Merton (Frank) TEMPLE-46714, Arthur Clark (Arthur) TEMPLE-46715, Angus Milo TEMPLE-46716, Burton Otis (Burton) TEMPLE Sr.-46717, Jesse TEMPLE-46718.

Spouse: Grace C. JOHNSON-37650. Grace C. JOHNSON and Erdna Clark (Erdna) TEMPLE were married in 1912 in Oil City, Venango, PA.284,44675

Eric TEMPLE (private).23305 Parents: Kenneth Eugene TEMPLE-67977 and Mary Lee COOK-67982.

Spouse: Karin -67986.

Eric TEMPLE (private). Parents: Raymond A. (Al) TEMPLE-71153 and Judith Lynn PALMER-71154.

Eric TEMPLE (private).3888 Parents: Carroll Leland TEMPLE-27099 and Janice Elaine HINES-60270.

Spouse: Linda -121723. Children were: Alec TEMPLE-121718, Wesley TEMPLE-121724.

Eric TEMPLE (private). Parents: Horace Wayne TEMPLE Sr.-83798 and Juanita L. CLEMMONS-83799.

Eric TEMPLE (private).15998 Parents: Allison Chalmers (Allison) TEMPLE-44817 and Clara Belle STOUT-83231.

Eric TEMPLE (private).62584 Parents: James Ralph TEMPLE Sr.-116189 and Betty Jean RANDALL-116190.

Spouse: Pam -116199.

Eric TEMPLE (private). Parents: Dean R. TEMPLE-6595 and Kathleen FRITZ-118334.

Eric TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Trina -145007. Children were: Dakota Lee TEMPLE-145008.

Eric TEMPLE (private). Parents: Richard Bradley TEMPLE Sr.-153010 and Kathleen P. (Kathy) -153011.

Eric TEMPLE (private). Parents: Robin D. TEMPLE-154210.

Eric TEMPLE (private).88673

Eric A. TEMPLE was born on 30 August 1948.88674 He lived in HI in 1991.41279 He died on 8 April 1992 at the age of 43.88674 Buried in East Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2, Hilo, HI. Eric served in the military.88674 He served as a Specialist 5 in the Army in Vietnam. Specific dates, ranks, units and locations unknown. Parents: Joseph Edward TEMPLE-47722 and Frances May HODGE-80937.

Eric Alvin (Eric) TEMPLE was born on 17 June 1940 in East York, Ontario, Canada.55871 He died on 11 November 1988 at the age of 48 in Ajax, Durham, Ontario, Canada.55871 He died before 2009 at the age of 69.88675 Parents: Thomas George TEMPLE-149522 and Elsie Alice MOORHOUSE-150926.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-150934.

Eric Benamin TEMPLE (private).88676

Eric Blair TEMPLE was born on 24 June 1971 in Richmond City, VA.88677 He died on 5 August 1971 at the age of 0 in Richmond City, VA.77968 Died of hypoxia due to multiple congenital cardiac anomalies. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond, VA. Parents: UNKNOWN-176604 and Ashsa Wannetta TEMPLE-176605.

Eric Bradford TEMPLE was born on 12 October 1946 in Toledo, Lucas, OH.88678 He died on 12 December 2008 at the age of 62 in Toledo, Lucas, OH.88678 Parents: David L. TEMPLE-125718 and Constance E. PERKINS-125715.

Spouse: Brenda (Stretch) WATKINS-125720. Children were: Marita L. TEMPLE-125721.

Eric Bradley TEMPLE (private).69993 Parents: Bradley Earl TEMPLE-3431 and Pennie Ann COLLINS-49620.

Spouse: Tasha Ann SQUIRES-73996.

Eric C. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Patricia A. REID-175526.

Eric D. TEMPLE (private).12318 Parents: John Ross (Jiggs) TEMPLE-25372 and Marjorie J. BEDNARSKI-82159.

Eric Dalton TEMPLE (private).54975 Parents: Harold Dalton (Harold) TEMPLE-2488 and Daisy Florence (Daisy) COBURN-3230.

Spouse: Marlene Carol MILLER-3349. Children were: Heidi Jeanne TEMPLE-3350, Leisha Ann TEMPLE-3351.

Spouse: Patricia May MUMBLE-38718.