James TEMPLE34364 died before 2012. Parents: James A. TEMPLE-85534 and Phyllis L. SMITH-85535.

James TEMPLE died before 2015.6003 Parents: Ronald C. TEMPLE Sr.-76481 and Nancy -76482.

James TEMPLE died before 2017.2512

Spouse: Thurza Mae Frances -175091. Thurza Mae Frances and James TEMPLE were married. Children were: Dianna TEMPLE-175092, Jimmy TEMPLE-175093, Sandra Lynn TEMPLE-175094, Linda TEMPLE-175095, Marlene Ann TEMPLE-175096.

James TEMPLE97328 was born in 1732 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.22,74700 He died on 18 October 1756 at the age of 24 in Holden, Worcester, MA.22,74700,74702,78506 His grave marker says he ded in his 22nd year. Buried in Old Hill Burying Ground, Concord, MA. Parents: Benjamin TEMPLE-122 and Abigail WAITE-128.

James TEMPLE Sr.97329 was born before 1750 in Pasquotank Co., NC.97329 He appeared in the census between 1784 and 1787 in NC.97330 Enumerated in "District No. 6" with 2 males 21-60, 2 females of all ages, 1 black slave 12-50, and 4 black slaves under 12 or over 50. He appeared in the census in 1790 in Pasquotank Co., NC.97331 Enumerated with 1 male over 16, 1 under 16 and 2 females, indicating a possibly unknown daughter. James appeared in the census in 1800 in Pasquotank Co., NC.97331 Enumerated with 1 male 45 or older (himself), 1 age 10-16, and 2 0-10, with 1 female 26-45, and 2 females 0-10. He appeared in the census in 1810 in Pasquotank Co., NC.97331 He appeared in the census in 1820 in Pasquotank Co., NC.97331 James died about 1830 at the age of 80.97329 At one time, I had linked this James as the husband of Rachel Baily/Baly. It may still be correct, but there is also strong evidence that another James, born about the same time but to Frederick Temple, was the husband of Rachel.

I have also found evidence that Brittain/Britton Temple, enumerated in the 1810 census of Pasquotank, was on the same page as James Sr. From other sources, notably a genealogy of the Forehand family, I found that Britton's mother was the daughter of Lemuel Forehand, and thus have added both the wife's surname and Britton as another son of James Sr.

To go even further out on the limb, I suspect that Angelico Temple, a female also listed on the same page in the 1810 census as James Sr., is in fact his wife. Angelico was enumerated as over 45, and thus would be the right age. So, she could have been Angelico Forehand. However, she could equally have been related to Robert Temple. Parents: Colonel Joseph TEMPLE-4448 and Mary (Molly) HILL-4519.

Spouse: Angelica\Angelico FOREHAND-35168. Children were: Britton TEMPLE-35170, James TEMPLE Jr.-5249, John Calvin TEMPLE-5250.

James TEMPLE was born about 1755 in Prince George Co., VA. He was elected as State Delegate in 1798/9 in New Kent Co., VA.97332 He died about 1820 at the age of 65. Parents: David TEMPLE-9837 and ROPER-9848.

James TEMPLE32780 was born on 11 April 1765 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.30218,32780 He died on 19 September 1800 at the age of 35 in Providence, Providence, RI.22,32780,57465,97333 Died in the Yellow Fever epidemic. Taken sick on 17 Sep, he died two days later. Buried in Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, RI, where his gravestone appears to incorrectly give a death date of 10 Sep. Parents: Deacon John TEMPLE Jr.-4384 and Hannah NICHOLS-27918.

Spouse: Mary FOWLER-5724. Mary FOWLER and James TEMPLE were married on 3 November 1793 in Providence, Providence, RI.22,28164,32780 Children were: Hannah TEMPLE-5725, Sarah (Sally) TEMPLE-5726, James TEMPLE-5727, Mary TEMPLE-5728.

James TEMPLE97334 was born on 20 September 1766 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.19601,97334,97335 Rise of the Temples gives year as 1776. About 1800 he was a lawyer. Graduated in 1794 from Dartmouth College. He taught grammar school in Concord in 1795-1796, and then studied law with Jonathan Fay of Concord. He then opened an office at Cambridge. He died on 10 March 1803 at the age of 36 in Cambridge, Middlesex, MA.19601,97334,97336,97337 His obituary, dated 9 Mar 1803, in the Columbian Centinel and Massachusetts Federalist of Boston, MA, says he died "Monday last" which would actually be 7 March. The eulogy almost sounds as though he died by his own hand. "At Cambridge, on Monday last, James Temple, Esq., attorney at law, became non-tuit in the action of human life, at the age of 36. He went out of Court on an interlocutory judgment at an early stage of his suit; for being but ill advised as to his mode of proceeding, he had a bad case! If he has lost his law here, there is a high cour of appeal and correction of error, open to him as to all others, and where justice is neither withheld or delayed! The former part of his life was passed in rustic employement and the alternation of labor and repose gave him healt and tranquility. Imagining there were conditions in life more eli..ible than his own, he became discontented. He estimated their value by the speciousness of exterior, and by common prejudice. Not suspecting the labors, anxieties and evils incident to the life of a studious or professional man, he placed all happiness and honor in that situation, and directed all his hopes and exertions to its attainment. He received a regular education, and found himself at the point proposed. What was his disappointment! He found he had dreamed! Neither ease, or happiness, or fame, or wealth awaited him! He perceived his elevation in the scale of being unaltered, and he felt that he had received no valuable consideration for the loss of health and content. While deluded by his imagination he had a sufficient share of enjoyment; when he wad obtained what he though a more philosophic view of human affiars, he languished and died." Unmarried. Parents: Benjamin TEMPLE-847 and Abigail HARRIS-916.

Captain James TEMPLE24280 was born in 1772 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.13386,24280 He served in the military between 1799 and 1801 in Washington Co., TN.97338 Initially commissioned as a Cornet in the Washington District Cavalry Regiment on 24 Jun 1799, he was advanced to Captain on 27 Jan 1801. Between 1814 and 1822 he was a Surveyor.24281 James died between 1820 and 1822 at the age of 48 in Memphis, Shelby, TN.24280,24281 Died of malaria while on a surveying trip. He was a Farmer in Greeneville, Greene, TN.13386,24280,24281 Parents: Major TEMPLE-4486 and Mary Jane KENNEDY-4488.

Spouse: Mary McCoy (Polly) CRAIG-4615. Mary McCoy (Polly) CRAIG and Captain James TEMPLE were married on 12 February 1811 in Greene Co., TN.7735,7904,24280,24281,24282,24283 Temple People, Vol. II gave the year as 1809. Children were: Nancy Kennedy TEMPLE-4616, Jane Mary TEMPLE-4617, Eliza M. TEMPLE-4618, Major Samuel (Major) TEMPLE-4619, William TEMPLE-4620, Oliver Perry (Oliver) TEMPLE-4621, Eleanor A. (Ellen) TEMPLE-21677.

James TEMPLE97339 was born about 1774 in Pasquotank Co., NC.97339 He appeared in the census in 1800 in Pasquotank Co., NC.69219 He is given as a male over 45, so I am concerned about this identification and his assumed birth date. He died about 1829 at the age of 55. Not enumerated in the 1810 census. It is possible he is the James who fought in the Revolution on the side of the colonists and later married Rachel, a nurse. If so, Rachel is known by the following: 1 January-31 August 1782: A Rachel Temple, Nurse, is continually shown on pay abstracts for Refugee Hospital, Charleston, South Carolina (same, pages 534/535). No apparent relation to Thomas or James Temple from NC. (A Rachel Temple was married to a James Temple from SC who served in the Revolutionary War on the side of the colonist. This James died in SC 6 Sept 1829 and is not the James Temple from NC. Ref: Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files). Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-4521 and Sarah SNOWDEN-26188.

James TEMPLE97340 was born about 1774 in Pasquotank Co., NC.61938 Range derived from the 1786 census of Pasquotank County and the 1790 federal census. The dates, however, come from Temple People vol. II, and appear way too late for his service in the Revolution. He served in the military in 1781/2. Served as a private in Colonel John Phillips' Regiment, Jackson's Creek Militia, Camden District, SC. In Captain George Platt's company. Served 61 days from 1 Jun to 31 Jul 1781. Found by Ralph Berlyn Temple in the New Bern Library "Loyalists in the Southern Campaign, Volume I, page 163. He also appeared during the same period in Lt Col Zachariah Gibbs' Regiment, Spartan Militia (on page 282 of the same reference).

Petition for James Temple to receive back pay reveals much information about his war service and is copied here (same, page 144):

Nr __, Memorial of James Temple of Camden District, Colonel Ballentine's Regiment.
To Lieut Colonel Nisbet Balfour, Esquire, commanding his Majesty's 23rd Regiment, Royal Witch Fusileers and Commandant of Charleston, South Carolina.
Petitioner served with the British Troops from the return of British Government until he entered into the militia under Colonel Ballentine's command and received only two-months pay. He was one of the number that were taken and wounded near Ashley Ferry, and sent on command of General Gold's orders. His wounds rendered him incapable of duty from that time onward. He performed the duty of a sergeant from 1 September till he was wounded in November. Signed by James Temple.
Petitioner was one of Captain Hector McNeill's men in North Carolina who made his escape to Camden and joined the British. When he left North Carolina, he went to Georgia where he stayed until February 1781 then he came to Camden and joined Captain Hugh's Company of Militia, and received pay for the time he served in that company, which he left in the beginning of June last. He joined the militia at Monk's Corner a few days before the action at the Eutaws (8 September 1781) and lost the use of his arm by a wound he received last November. Colonel Ballentine, who has endorsed the petition, should recollect that he already paid the men in this company. Petitioner has been loyal and his home lost on account of his service. He has also lost the use of his arm. Signed by Robert Gray and William Ballentine.
(PRO T50, Vol 5)

He appears again in Dec 1782 as James Temple of NC, listed in the Refugee Pay Abastract, Third Class, in Charleston, SC (same reference as above, pages 504-505). He appeared in the census between 1784 and 1787 in Pasquotank Co., NC.97161 Enumerated near his father with 2 males 21-60, and 2 females. Also, 1 black 12-50, and 4 below 12 or above 50. James received the "Old Plantation" in his father's will in 1791 in Pasquotank Co., NC.1890 This was part of the land originally purchased by his father from William Nichols in 1768. He sold land to his brother Thomas on 18 August 1798 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 He lived in Carteret Co., NC about 1800.1890 James died in October 1836 at the age of 62 in Pasquotank Co., NC.1890,69219 Will dated 15 Oct 1836, probated in the court's March Term, 1837. He was named after his grandfather, James Mc Daniel.. Probably the James mentioned in the will of James Mc Daniel in 1780 as his grandson, and an executor of the will. Rise of the Temples identifies the son of Joseph and Sarah (Snowden) Temple as the James who married Miriam Smith. This is probably not correct, as that other James was probably the one who fought on the colonist's side in the Revolution, while this James was a loyalist (along with his father and brother). Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-4457 and Luraney (Fannie) MC DANIEL-4503.

Spouse: Miriam SMITH-26189. Miriam SMITH and James TEMPLE were married on 29 April 1791 in Pasquotank Co., NC.18952,45003 Ralph Berlyn Temple found this in the Pasquotank County Marriage Records 1767-1868. Children were: Gilico TEMPLE-5318, Rhoda TEMPLE-5319, Lodwick TEMPLE-5320.

James TEMPLE18432 was born in 1775.97341 He died in August 1829 at the age of 54 in Chester Co., PA.97341 Buried in Kennett Friends Burial Ground, Kennett Square, PA, Row 15. Parents: Benjamin TEMPLE-21453 and Hannah JONES-21871.

Spouse: Sarah MARSHALL-21881. Sarah MARSHALL and James TEMPLE were married on 11 January 1810.18432 Children were: Alice TEMPLE-21882, Ruth TEMPLE-21883, Esther TEMPLE-21884, Moses Marshall TEMPLE-21885, Sarah TEMPLE-21886, Jane Ann TEMPLE-21889, Margaretta TEMPLE-21887, Benjamin TEMPLE-21888, James TEMPLE-21621, Phoebe A. TEMPLE-21890.

James TEMPLE97342 was born in 1776 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.97342 He died in 1803 at the age of 27.97342 Not noted as being related to father in main body of the text. Parents: Benjamin TEMPLE-4401 and Sarah SANDERS-5797.

James TEMPLE49177 was born on 25 September 1784 in Upton, Worcester, MA. He died before 1789 at the age of 5. Parents: Stephen TEMPLE Jr.-467 and Susannah WOOD-777.

James TEMPLE was born in 1788 in Barbados. He was baptized on 26 April 1788 in Barbados.1890 Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-138130 and Ann -138131.

James TEMPLE67572,97343 was born on 23 September 1789 in Buckland, Franklin, MA.33292,46865,59451 Age given in the 1860 census was 75. Age given in 1850 was 65. He moved in 1814 in Chenango, Broome, NY.33292 In August 1850 he was a farmer in Chenango, Broome, NY.59451 In July 1860 James was a farmer in Chenango, Broome, NY.67573 He died on 24 April 1861 at the age of 71 in Chenango, Broome, NY.33292 He has reference number RLT # 434.22056 Parents: Stephen TEMPLE Jr.-467 and Susannah WOOD-777.

Spouse: Manda Alenda (Alenda) SHERWIN-17415. Manda Alenda (Alenda) SHERWIN and James TEMPLE were married on 10 November 1806 in Buckland, Franklin, MA.16607,64808,67574 Filed intention 9 Oct 1805. Children were: Freeman TEMPLE-2914, Polly Sherwin TEMPLE-17416, James TEMPLE-17417, Stephen TEMPLE-17418, Emily TEMPLE-17419, Alenda TEMPLE-17420, Eunice F. TEMPLE-17421, Jane Grey TEMPLE-17422, Susan TEMPLE-17423, Charlotte TEMPLE-17424.

James TEMPLE was born in 1790 in England, United Kingdom.82469 In 1822 he was a farmer.82469 He immigrated on 29 July 1822 to New York City, New York, NY.82469 Embarked at Liverpool aboard the Robert Quayle, and arrived in New York 29 Jul 1822.

James TEMPLE was born in 1790. He aboard the Robert Quayle arriving from Liverpool, ENgland on 29 July 1822 in New York City, New York, NY.14236 He was a farmer.

James TEMPLE51790 was born on 11 October 1790 in North Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA.67332 He died on 17 October 1809 at the age of 19 in North Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA.67332,97344 Died of smallpox. Buried in Old Brush Creek Cemetery, Ardara, PA. Parents: John TEMPLE-26029 and Elizabeth MARSHALL-4595.

James TEMPLE97345,97346 was born about 1793. I think he is closely related to or the son of George and Mary (Lee) Temple. I think he had a daughter named Catherine, who married James R. Clements. I also suspect he had another son, who was the father of James M. Temple, b 1832.

The Biographical Encyclopedia of the State of Delaware says that Governor Temple of DE was of the same line as one James D.W. Temple. That seems to indicate this James was the son of George Temple, as portrayed here. This association is very soft, and requires proof. Parents: Joshua TEMPLE-27470 and Ann WILSON-27471.

Spouse: Anne KINLEY-47337. Children were: Governor William TEMPLE-47323, Emory TEMPLE-47317.

James TEMPLE was born in 1793 in KY.7106 The handwriting was illegible in 1860, and his age seems to be 67, but could easily be 47. In July 1860 he was a cord in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.7106 The handwriting was illegible in 1860, and his name appears to be given either as Jas or Jos.

Spouse: Susan -138395. Susan and James TEMPLE were married before 1860. Children were: Mary E. TEMPLE-138396, Ellen TEMPLE-138397.

James TEMPLE25679,74739 was born on 10 May 1793 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.25679,97347 He died on 18 December 1806 at the age of 13 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.25679,74739,97348 Buried in Old Hill Burying Ground, Concord, MA. Parents: Peter TEMPLE-852 and Lois DARBY-927.

James TEMPLE was born in 1793 in PA.25631,25632,83922 In 1850 and 1860, he claimed PA, but in 1880, his son gave MD for his birthplace. PA is consistent with his service in 1812. According to his gravestone, he was 71, which differs slightly from the census. He served in the military in 1812.97349 Served in Captain Valentine Giesey's Light Infantry Company of PA. In October 1850 he was a farmer in Madison Twp., Richland, OH.25632 In June 1860 James was a farmer in Truro, Knox, IL.25631 He died on 3 May 1862 at the age of 69 in Truro, Knox, IL.4443,97349,97350 Buried in Fink Cemetery, Truro, IL. Information from Helen (Arnold) Barber, <hibarber@cts.com>, said "Up until about 1994, James Temple's stone was buried in 3 pieces. The stone also indicates that he was a soldier in the 1812 war which I have verification from the National Archives that this James Temple was a private with Captain Valentine Giesey's Light Infantry Co. of PA."

Burial in the Fink Cemetery implies some kind of family affinity, but it is not clear what that might be. James and his daughter-in-law were both buried in the cemetery, but the link to the Finks is not at all clear. The other people buried in the cemetery are the four children of Jacob and Susanna Fink. He has reference number RLT # U1584.97351 No reference number assigned in 1850. This is a curious family in 1860. Living with them is a Malinda Hall, who might be the same person who married William Weatherman after he divorced Martha Ann Temple. Also living with the family is a William Temple, age 7, born in IL, but whose parents are not obvious. Also in the household is a William and Jane Lemmon. Jane was also born in PA in 1840. An eclectic group that needs some sorting out. He may have had an earlier wife named Hannah, by whom he had 2 daughters and one son by 1820, one daughter named Elizabeth. If the latter is correct, he and Hannah were Quakers. Parents: William TEMPLE-97708 and Mary -97709.

Spouse: Lucy DANIELS-31317. Lucy DANIELS and James TEMPLE were married before 1829. Children were: Matilda TEMPLE-31389, Hannah TEMPLE-113470, Margaret TEMPLE-43030, Simeon TEMPLE-31388, John C. TEMPLE-31384, Harrison TEMPLE-31318, James TEMPLE-31319, Mary Jane (Jane) TEMPLE-47014, William TEMPLE-47017.

James TEMPLE was born between 1794 and 1804. The age range was based on the 1820 census. It is pretty clear that his age was closer to the low end, or that the year of his birth was closer to 1795 or 1796, based on the age ranges of his children. He lived in Merrittstown, Fayette, PA in 1818.2982 He appeared in the census in 1820 in Merrittstown, Fayette, PA.97352 His response was 1-0-0-1-0-0-2-0-1-0-0-0-1. So, he had a son, 0-10; himself, age 16-26; 2 daughters 0-10; and a wife 16-26. His origin is not known. I know of only three James' who might be the father of Elizabeth according to her obituary and the 1820 census. The problem with all of them is that they dare not known to have married anyone named Hannah, nor were their children compatible with his responses in 1820. The closest one was born in 1793 in PA, d 1862 in Truro, IL. In 1850, he was farming in Richland, OH. His wife, though, was Lacy Daniels, and they married prior to 1829. That might mean, however, that Hannah had died by that time, which is certainly possible. He and Hannah were quakers.

Spouse: Hannah -155743. Hannah and James TEMPLE were married. Children were: Elizabeth TEMPLE-155740.

James TEMPLE was born in 1795 in PA.1931 In June 1860 he was a farmer in Grandville, Jasper, IL.1931

Spouse: UNKNOWN-137871. UNKNOWN and James TEMPLE were married before 1848. Children were: John W. TEMPLE-137872.

Spouse: Elizabeth -137868. Elizabeth and James TEMPLE were married before 1860.

James TEMPLE8590,8598,97353 was born about 1795. Date is a placeholder only. He purchaser of land on 11 February 1818 in Limestone Co., AL.8590 Pat Dowdey cited the following background for James' timing in Limestone County:

Robert Dunnavant, Jr., in Historic Limestone County, Vol. I. A Collection of Stories and, Incidentally, Some History from Limestone County, Alabama, and Surrounding Counties. Athens, AL: Pea Ridge Press, 1993, states that Limestone County traces its roots to the William and James Sims settlement. "They came down the river in rude flatboats from Roane County, Tennessee, turning right at the mouth of Elk River and picking their way upstream into the Elk River Valley in 1806" (p. 4). Other members of the first group included "William Penn Redus of Pennsylvania, a blacksmith; Thomas Redus, his son; James Witty, John Maples, Benjamin Murrell and Robert Pridemore" (p. 5). Four other families arrived from Hawkins County, Tennessee, in the spring of 1807: Thomas Dodd, Simon Foy, Thomas Kyle and James Ford. Samuel Robertson established a trading post in 1808, which soldiers from Fort Hampton forced him to give up to William Wilder, whom he then killed in a fight. Sims settlement began to draw people from "the Cumberland settlements in middle Tennessee and from Kentucky and North and South Carolina" (p. 6). Over the next years, until March 26, 1816, the military tried, often unsuccessfully, to keep the settlers off of Chickasaw land west of a designated boundary line "from present-day Hobbs Island into middle Tennessee" (p. 4). Elk County, which became Limestone and Lauderdale Counties, was created on May 8, 1817, "bounded on the north by the Tennessee state line, on the west and south by the Tennessee River, and on the east by Madison County" (p. 9). Limestone County was formally created on 6 Feb 1818; and "government land offices at Huntsville began selling property within the new county, February 2, 1818, at from $2 to $50 per acre, according to Bob Walker's Limestone County History" (p. 10).

On 11 Feb 1818, James TEMPLE acquired land from the U.S. Government in Limestone Co., AL-1 South, Range 5 West, Huntsville Meridian, Part of Section - Southwest ¼, Section 23, Acres 159.92, grantor United States, Plat Book, John Porter 1818, Number of Certificate or Warrant 2470. He appeared in the census in 1820 in Limestone Co., AL.6015,8590 Enumerated with 1 white male over 21, 1 white male under 21, 1 white female over 21, and 1 white female under 21. James an appraiser of the estate of Henry Lusby, relationship unknown in March 1822 in Limestone Co., AL.8590,97354 The other appraisers were with Uriah Smith and William Willis. He security for Josiah Davidson who died intestate on 25 November 1825 in Limestone Co., AL.8590,97355 He appeared in the census in 1830 in Limestone Co., AL.97356 Enumerated with 3 sons all born between 1825 and 1830, as well as his wife 20-30 years old and one girl born between 1815 and 1820, and another between 1820 and 1825. James security for Elizabeth Sims who died intestate before 1831 in Limestone Co., AL.8590,97357 Simon Foy was the administrator, with James Temple and Thomas Hardiman were security for the estate. He acquirer of land in 1831 in Jackson Co., MO.8590 Pat Dowdey's research found "According to Mrs. John Vineyard's book, Original Land Entries of Jackson County, Missouri, James TEMPLE acquired land in Range 31, Township 50, Section 26, Jackson County, MO, on 28 Apr 1831 (WILLIAMS, Jediah) (p. 27). On the following dates, he acquired other land in Jackson Co., MO, Range 31, Township 50, Section 25 on 21 Jul 1831 and Range 31, Township 50, Section 26, on 9 Aug 1831 (John Vineyard, Original Land Entries of Jackson County, Missouri. (1971). In Mrs. Woodruff's book, Missouri Miscellany, James TEMPLE of Jackson County, MO, on 20 Mar 1832 obtained the following: TEMPLE, James, Jackson County, MO, 20 Mar 1832 William STRICKLAND and Catherine, his wife, to James TEMPLE, sum of 80.00, 80 acres, W1/2 of SWQ of Sec 25, TWP 50R31. AC80 Rec. 1 June 1832 (48); and TEMPLE, James, Range 31, Township 50, Section 36, 4 Apr. 1839 (p. 28)." He moved in 1831 in Jackson Co., MO.8590,97358 In addition to the land he acquired in 1818, he also had land in Township 1, South Range, 5 West, Section 26, E ½ of NW ¼, 80.20 acres, River Imp., 28 Apr 1830 (Margaret Matthews Coward, Old Land Records of Limestone County, AL. Huntsville, AL, Margaret Matthews Coward, 1984, pp. 142-143). On 10 Jan 1831 (filed 30 Apr. 1831, Deed Book 4, Pg. 65, Limestone Co. Land Abstract. Township 1 Range 3, 4, 5, 6. Limestone County Dept. of Archives & History. Limestone County Commission. Abstract of Title to Section on No. 23 Township 1 South Range 5 West), he sold the land to Samuel Walker, with Nancy being named in the deed. His first recorded date in Jackson County was 28 Apr 1831, which seems to narrow his move to the latter part of winter that year. James an overseer of roads in 1832/3 in Jackson Co., MO.8590 "In the Jackson County, MO, Court Minutes Book 1 1827-1833 with Index and Jackson Co., MO Death Register 1883-1891, compiled by Joanne C. and O.B. Eakin, 1988, Independence, MO, is the following reference to James TEMPLE (pp. 155-56):

"Court Minutes of 30 March 1832

"TEMPLE, James - The court appoints James TEMPLE overseer of the road division No. six, commencing at the middle of the Channel of Little Blue Creek at the lower Baxters ford and from thence to where it intersects the old Lixington road near the big hill on fire prairie, and order that said TEMPLE be served with a copy of this order."

A little later:

"5 Aug 1833 80.86

"The court appoints James TEMPLE overseer of the road district commencing at the side of the long branch and from thence to little Blue Creek, and order that he be served with a copy of this order." He died in 1839 at the age of 44 in Jackson Co., MO.8598,97359,97360 Research by Pat Dowdey, <dwd139@verizon.net>, indicated "JAMES TEMPLE died intestate before 1840; and according to a document, dated 29 June 1842, (EE-163; see Victor P. Meador, Jackson County, MO Wills and Administrations 1828-1862, Independence, MO, p. 24), James TEMPLE's heirs were Nancy TEMPLE, and 5 children, Jane Adams (form. Jane TEMPLE) and Merbilla, William Augustine, John Smith, and Albert Adison. The correct name for Merbilla is Myrtilla; and the middle name for William was variously written Augustine, Augustain, or Gastain." She further explained that "the last dated record was 4 Apr 1839. He does not appear on the 1840 Jackson Co., MO, census with Nancy TEMPLE and the children." which narrows his death to between Apr 1839 and the time of the 1840 census.

Pat Dowdey also found "According to a document, dated 29 June 1842 (EE-163; see Victor P. Meador, Jackson County, MO Wills and Administrations 1828-1862. Independence, MO, p. 24), "Jedediah Williams makes bond of $5000, sec. by Stewart Lewis and James Franklin, to admin. above estate. Signed by all three. That dec'd left as heirs his widow Nancy TEMPLE, and 5 children Jane ADAMS (form. Jane TEMPLE) and Merbilla [sic], William Augustine, John Smith, and Albert Adison TEMPLE."

The heirs later petitioned to have the estate divided and sold. He has reference number RLT # U3383.5177 Work from multiple sources firmly refutes the idea that James was the James M.B. Temple enumerated in 1840 in Limestone Co., AL. Aside from the timing problems they were born in different years, and may have been cousins, but that requires proof.

Work by Pat Dowdey, dwd139@verizon.net, shows that this James is not James M. B. TEMPLE, husband of Martha, who appeared in Limestone Co., AL, on the 1840 and 1850 censuses. On the 1850 census, he was 58 years old, p.b. VA. Also, other multiple sources firmly refute the idea that James was the James M. B. TEMPLE enumerated on the 1840 and 1850 censuses in Limestone Co., AL. They may have been cousins, but that requires proof.

There may be a hint of a connection for James in Prince George County, VA. The unusual name of his son, William Augustus, may be a key. He was also known as Gastain and similar variations, and this may link him to the line of Burwell Temple of Bristol Parish, Prince George, VA. This is tenuous at best, but the unusual names raise the possibility.

James and Nancy may have had another daughter, Caroline. She is mentioned, without describing her connection, as one of the heirs of James Temple (who are all his children or their spouses), as Caroline wife of Isaac Peace.

Spouse: Nancy -57342. Nancy and James TEMPLE were married about 1819 in Limestone Co., AL. Children were: Jane TEMPLE-57339, Myrtilla TEMPLE-57337, William Augustus (William) TEMPLE-23851, John Smith TEMPLE-36693, Albert Addison TEMPLE-36705.

James TEMPLE97361 was born on 12 May 1796 in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.96392,97361 He moved in 1818 in Lindale, Clermont, OH.27757 He died in Clermont Co., OH.97361 James was a Farmer in Clermont Co., OH.97361 Died without male offspring, no females were identified in Rise of the Temples. Parents: Reverend Ichabod TEMPLE-4470 and Mary CLARK-24066.

Spouse: Elizabeth DEBOLT-4556.

James TEMPLE93772 was born on 29 August 1797 in Providence, Providence, RI.23848,55390,93773 He died on 4 September 1822 at the age of 25 in Charlotte Co., NC.94222,97362 Notice appeared in the Providence Gazette, 4 Sep 1822. Buried in North Burial Ground, Providence, RI. No surviving issue. Parents: James TEMPLE-5700 and Mary FOWLER-5724.

Spouse: Lucy S. PROUT-19330. Lucy S. PROUT and James TEMPLE were married on 23 October 1820 in Providence, Providence, RI.62085 Children were: James William TEMPLE-37248, Lucy Ellen TEMPLE-37247.

James TEMPLE2562 was born in 1799.2562 Parents: William TEMPLE-97708 and Mary -97709.

James TEMPLE was born in 1799 in England, United Kingdom.97363 He immigrated on 30 September 1823. Arrived aboard the Queen Elizabeth, 30 Sep 1823, along with two children.

James TEMPLE Jr.69818 was born on 14 March 1799 in Newland Twp., Pasquotank, NC.4417,69818 He appeared in the census in 1810 in Pasquotank Co., NC.97331 He appeared in the census in 1820 in Pasquotank Co., NC.97331 James died about 1847 at the age of 48 in Newland Twp., Pasquotank, NC.69818 Will dated 13 Jan 1840, but probated 7 Oct 1847. He was a Planter and slave owner.69818 Parents: James TEMPLE Sr.-4520 and Angelica\Angelico FOREHAND-35168.

Spouse: Parthenay SPENCE-5348. Parthenay SPENCE and James TEMPLE Jr. were married before 1825.69818 Children were: William Spence TEMPLE-5349, Dr. Wilson Spence (Wilson) TEMPLE-5350.

James TEMPLE was born between 1800 and 1810.97364

Spouse: UNKNOWN-129339. UNKNOWN and James TEMPLE were married.

James TEMPLE3002 was born in 1801 in Temple, Clare, MI.3002 In 1840 he was a shoemaker in Clarkston, Oakland, MI.3002

Spouse: Honor -129591. Honor and James TEMPLE were married in Temple, Clare, MI.3002 Children were: Gilbert B. TEMPLE-129592, Henry TEMPLE-129587.

James TEMPLE was born in 1804 in Scotland, United Kingdom.3461 In June 1860 he was a laborer in Cincinnati, Hamilton, OH.3461

Spouse: Jane -136721. Jane and James TEMPLE were married before 1837. Children were: Kate TEMPLE-136722, Jane TEMPLE-136723, James TEMPLE-136724.

James TEMPLE20021,23204 was born on 6 September 1804 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.23204,30218 He moved about 1835 in Galena, Jo Daviess, IL.12100,22379 In 1850 he was a merchant in Galena, Jo Daviess, IL.23206 In June 1860 James was a merchant in Galena, Jo Daviess, IL.23269 He died on 2 June 1874 at the age of 69 in Galena, Jo Daviess, IL.22,15880,23204,53211 He has reference number RLT # 370.1399 Parents: John TEMPLE Jr.-5699 and Elizabeth (Betsey) CARTER-5708.

Spouse: Ann Langford PECK-6054. Ann Langford PECK and James TEMPLE were married in 1835 in Galena, Jo Daviess, IL.23204 Children were: Emily Ann TEMPLE-6057, George Peck TEMPLE-109884, Harriet Elizabeth (Hattie) TEMPLE-6058.

Spouse: Abigail M. (Abby) COOK-6055. Abigail M. (Abby) COOK and James TEMPLE were married on 26 December 1847 in Jo Daviess Co., IL.15880,23204,23208

Spouse: Jane Anna COOK-6056. Jane Anna COOK and James TEMPLE were married on 10 May 1855 in Jo Daviess Co., IL.15880,23204,23272 Children were: James Sheldon (James) TEMPLE-6059, TEMPLE-110489, Henry Martyn (Henry) TEMPLE-6060.

James TEMPLE was born in 1807 in PA.2998 In August 1850 he was a farmer in Columbus, Warren, PA.2998 Enumerated on the farm next to his parents. Parents: John TEMPLE-44224 and Elleana -44225.

Spouse: Malinda -44238. Malinda and James TEMPLE were married in 1833. Children were: Jane TEMPLE-44239, John H. TEMPLE-44240, Mary Ann TEMPLE-44241.

James TEMPLE78549 was born on 15 May 1808 in Groton, Middlesex, MA.21048 Parents: Stephen TEMPLE-960 and Eunice Pamela WYETH-1202.

James TEMPLE was born in 1808 in Scotland, United Kingdom.447 He immigrated between 1841 and 1850 to MA.447 In 1850 he was a tanner and currier in Ipswich, Essex, MA.447 James has reference number RLT # F.35869

Spouse: Mary R. -128893. Mary R. and James TEMPLE were married about 1835 in Scotland, United Kingdom.447 Children were: Janet R. TEMPLE-128894, Christiana TEMPLE-128895.

James TEMPLE78202 was born on 4 March 1808 in Westmoreland, Cheshire, NH.8151,16733 He died on 20 March 1843 at the age of 35 in Westmoreland, Cheshire, NH.22,8139 Recorded in Parkhill Church, Westmoreland, NH. Died unmarried. For some reason, he is not always included in the list of the children of John and Phebe (Aldrich) Temple. He died insane. Parents: John TEMPLE-948 and Phebe ALDRICH-1161.

James TEMPLE1393 was born about 1808 in NC. He moved in 1829/30 in IL.10368 He died on 9 June 1844 at the age of 36 in Mississippi River.1395 Possibly the James Temple who married Caty Eaton 7 Jan 1835 in Early Co., GA.

Parents: Needham (Neadem) TEMPLE(S)-9786 and Elizabeth -23193.

Spouse: Christina\Anna C. -10008. Christina\Anna C. and James TEMPLE were married about 1824 in NC. Children were: Philip (Phil) TEMPLE-29379, Jesse TEMPLE-29381, Lucinda TEMPLE-29382, Levi TEMPLE-29383, Christina TEMPLE-29384, John H. TEMPLE-42519, Agnes TEMPLE-44198.

James TEMPLE41590,97365 was born on 27 September 1810 in PA.4715,4716 Gave 1812 in 1870. Gave 1815 in 1860. In August 1860 he was a machinist in Bellefonte, Centre, PA.4716 In August 1870 he was a wagoner in Snow Shoe, Centre, PA.4715 Enumerated in the household of Robert and Mary J. Thompson, of no known relationship. His daughter Sarah was also enumerated with a Thompson, leading me to believe there is some kind of link. James died before 1880 at the age of 70. Identification of James, husband of Margaret in 1870, as James the son of Thomas and Ann Temple requires proof. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-21663 and Ann -39884.

Spouse: Margaret -53968. Margaret and James TEMPLE were married before 1853. Children were: William TEMPLE-120493, May J. TEMPLE-120494, Robert TEMPLE-120496, TEMPLE-53970, John R.J. TEMPLE-120495, Margaret E. TEMPLE-120492, Sarah C. (Sallie) TEMPLE-53969.

James TEMPLE66504 was born in 1811 in Queen Anne's Co., MD.643,10276 In 1850 he was a Member of State Legislature in Annapolis, Anne Arundel, MD.66504 In August 1850 he was a farmer in Queen Anne's Co., MD.35911 James died on 29 March 1852 at the age of 41 in Templeville, Caroline, MD.643,97366 His son's biography said he died at the age of 45, and if true, that would change his birth date. Buried in Temple Family Cemetery, Templeville, MD. He has reference number RLT # U1487.10242 It may be possible that the James Temple who was a State Legislator and who died in 1852 may be a different person. Parents: Joshua TEMPLE-27470 and Ann WILSON-27471.

Spouse: Mary Ann (Annie) SHARP-23310. Mary Ann (Annie) SHARP and James TEMPLE were married in 1833 in Queen Anne's Co., MD.10243,14510 Possibly married in Kent Co., DE. Children were: Lucy J. TEMPLE-29630, John T. TEMPLE-29629, William Emory (William) TEMPLE-23312.

Spouse: Mary Ann SUDLER-27521. Mary Ann SUDLER and James TEMPLE were married in 1839 in Queen Anne's Co., MD.10243 It is possible that Mary Ann Sudler and Ann Maria Graham are the same person. Otherwise, there are questions about timing of children and marriages. Children were: Benjamin Leofric TEMPLE-29631, George C. TEMPLE-29632.

Spouse: Ann Maria (Ann) GRAHAM-27522. Ann Maria (Ann) GRAHAM and James TEMPLE were married on 1 January 1843 in Kent Co., DE.10243,14037 Children were: Dr. James D. W. TEMPLE-29628.

James TEMPLE39199,97367 was born on 3 March 1811 in Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom.6040,39200,39201,87777 Cemetery records put the date in 1813. He immigrated on 10 November 1836 to NY.97367 Arrived aboard the ship Liverpool. He moved about October 1837 in Griggsville, Pike, IL.97367 In October 1850 James was a farmer in Pike Co., IL.39201 In September 1860 he was a farmer in Griggsville, Pike, IL.39200 In July 1870 he was a farmer in Griggsville, Pike, IL.39205 James died in May 1875 at the age of 64 in Pike Co., IL.6040,87777 Died in either 1872 or 1884. He has reference number RLT # F.97368

Spouse: Sarah HAWKER-91067. Sarah HAWKER and James TEMPLE were married on 31 May 1843 in Pike Co., IL.296,21460,39206,39207 Children were: William T. TEMPLE-91085, Sarah TEMPLE-91086, Mary Rebecca (Mary) TEMPLE-91069, Ann TEMPLE-91070, John W. TEMPLE-91087, Elizabeth A. (Eliza) TEMPLE-91068, George Henry TEMPLE-91071, Mattie M. TEMPLE-91088.

James TEMPLE33292 was born in January 1812 in Chenango, Broome, NY. He died in 1815 at the age of 3. Parents: James TEMPLE-1210 and Manda Alenda (Alenda) SHERWIN-17415.

James TEMPLE16612,84824 was born in 1813 in Chatham Co., NC.1992,2727,2729,27812,74171,84825 Variously reported his birthplace as TN, AR and NC in successive censuses. Gave his age as 40 in 1850 and as 50 in 1860. He appeared in the census in 1840 in Haywood Co., TN.84826 In December 1850 he was a farmer in Haywood Co., TN.84825 In August 1860 James was a farmer in Marshall, White, AR.1992 In August 1870 he was a farmer in Des Arc, Prairie, AR.2727,2729,84826 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Coffee, White, AR.2728 Enumerated with his son Samuel. James died between 1881 and 1886 at the age of 68 in Floyd, White, AR.27812 He has reference number RLT # U4456.5177 Possibly related to Allen A.S. Temple. Appears with the terminal S in 1870. Parents: Samuel TEMPLE Jr.-17093 and Sarah (Sally) MILTON-16100.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-35434. UNKNOWN and James TEMPLE were married about 1830 in TN.84826 Children were: Elizabeth TEMPLE-35420, Samuel M. TEMPLE(S)-35421, William TEMPLE-35422, Delaney TEMPLE-35423, Mary TEMPLE-35424, James Wesley (James) TEMPLE(S)-35426, John TEMPLE-35425.

James TEMPLE was born in 1814 in Scotland, United Kingdom.3515 In July 1850 he was a weaver in Amsterdam, Montgomery, NY.3515 He has reference number RLT # (None).70248

Spouse: Jane F. -137782. Jane F. and James TEMPLE were married about 1836 in Scotland, United Kingdom. Children were: James D. TEMPLE-137783.

James TEMPLE was born in 1815 in TN.97369 In 1850 he was a miner in Newtown, Yuba, CA.97369 He has reference number RLT # (None).49083

James TEMPLE was born about 1815.70810 He was a farmer in Canada.70810

James TEMPLE50303 was born in 1816 in PA.50304 In August 1850 he was a carpenter in Birmingham, Huntingdon, PA.50304 He died in PA. James has reference number RLT # (None).1331 Possibly related to William Temple, 1797, also enumerated in Huntingdon Co., PA in 1850, and also a carpenter.

Spouse: Margaret LONG-66220. Margaret LONG and James TEMPLE were married in 1841 in PA. Children were: William H. TEMPLE-66201, Mary Jane TEMPLE-66221, John Robert TEMPLE-66197, Margaret E. TEMPLE-66223, Sarah C. TEMPLE-66224.

James TEMPLE was born in 1816 in County Donegal, Ireland.27992,27994,27995,97370,97371 Gave his age as 45 in the 1861 Canadian census but his grave marker says 1810. Gave his age as 65 in the 1871 census. When he immigrated, James claimed residence in Newton Cunningham, usually shortened to Newton, Laggan, Donegal, Ireland. He immigrated in 1834 to St. John Co., New Brunswick, Canada.97371,97372 He sailed from Londonderry, Ireland on 6 Jun 1834 aboard the brig Robert Burns, arriving in Jul 1834. He appeared in the census in 1861 in Maugerville, Sunbury, New Brunswick, Canada.27994 In 1871 James was a farmer in Maugerville, Sunbury, New Brunswick, Canada.27995 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Milford, Worcester, MA.27992 He died on 17 January 1895 at the age of 79 in Milford, Worcester, MA.4680,97370,97373,97374 He died of old age and jaundice. His age at death was said to be 85y11m in the Milford, MA, death register. Buried in Vernon Grove Cemetery, Milford, MA. His parents were both from England.

Parents: William TEMPLE-123113 and Margaret -123114.

Spouse: Jane DONAGHY-123105. Jane DONAGHY and James TEMPLE were married on 19 September 1837 in Fredericton, York, New Brunswick, Canada.27993,27996,27997 The place is in doubt. While it was reported in Canadian newspapers, the place was reported only as Fredericton, York county, and the minister was of Maugerville Parish. Her maiden name in the marriage records is Donahue, but on her grave marker is Donachy. Children were: George Clovis TEMPLE-123096, John C. TEMPLE-123095, William I. TEMPLE-123133, James A. TEMPLE-123107, Ann Jane (Jennie) TEMPLE-123103, Caroline TEMPLE-123102.