John TEMPLE died in December 1975 in Indianapolis, Marion, IN.106105 Buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN, Plot: Sec: 98, Lot: 1564.

John TEMPLE106106 died on 7 September 1982 in Burns, Harney, OR. Buried in Burns Cemetery, Burns, OR, Plot: Sec. 20, Blk. 186, Lot 7.

John TEMPLE died on 26 July 1988 in El Paso Co., TX.109

John TEMPLE died in 1990 in Ontario Co., Ontario, Canada.64558 Died from cancer. Buried in Bon Accord Cemetery, Alberta, Canada.

Spouse: Mae Lorraine PERRIN-177766. Mae Lorraine PERRIN and John TEMPLE were married on 29 September 1955 in Ontario, Canada.64558 Children were: Darlene TEMPLE-177767, Lesley TEMPLE-177768.

John TEMPLE19619 died before 1996. Had thee additional sons and two daughters, all of whom died before 1996. Parents: TEMPLE-183414.

Spouse: Ida L. BUTLER-183405. Ida L. BUTLER and John TEMPLE were married. Children were: Collis Benton TEMPLE Sr.-183403, Fulton TEMPLE-183413.

John TEMPLE died before 2006.5518

Spouse: Mary A. -144162. Mary A. and John TEMPLE were married. Children were: Barbara TEMPLE-144163, Patricia Ann Stephenson (Patty) TEMPLE-144164.

John TEMPLE6077 died before 2010. Parents: Robert Lee TEMPLE-76476 and Genny WELKER-76477.

John TEMPLE52208,52209 died before 2010. Parents: Robert Foster TEMPLE-109988 and Alberta Marie (Marie) LEE-109989.

John TEMPLE died before 2019.43037 He was either married to Lorraine or Rose, and his brother Charlie was married to the other. Parents: Michael (Mike) TEMPLE-120250 and Elizabeth HOLLINGER-120260.

John TEMPLE Sr.780 died before 2020. He held the title of Sr..

Spouse: Beatrice -186245. Beatrice and John TEMPLE Sr. were married before 1936. Children were: Patricia Ann (Pat) TEMPLE-186237, Robert TEMPLE-186246, John TEMPLE Jr.-186247, Ada Marie TEMPLE-186248, Beatrice I. TEMPLE-186250.

John TEMPLE Jr.780 died before 2022. He held the title of Jr.. Parents: John TEMPLE Sr.-186244 and Beatrice -186245.

John TEMPLE79894 was born in 1542 in Stowe, England, United Kingdom.74676 He died in 1603 at the age of 61 in Stowe, England, United Kingdom.79894 Parents: Peter TEMPLE-114121 and Millicent JEKYL-114122.

Spouse: Susan SPENCER-24231. Susan SPENCER and John TEMPLE were married on 24 November 1561.74676 Children were: Sir Thomas TEMPLE-3672, George TEMPLE-25147, John TEMPLE-25148, Alexander TEMPLE-3674, William TEMPLE-3673, Peter TEMPLE-778, Catherine TEMPLE-25149, Susan TEMPLE-25150, Mary TEMPLE-25151, Millicent TEMPLE-25152, Dorothy TEMPLE-25153, Elizabeth TEMPLE-25154.

John TEMPLE106107 was born about 1570 in Bishopstrow, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom. He died in 1637/8 at the age of 68 in Kingston Deverell, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom.106107

Spouse: Marie SEAMAN-22603. Children were: William TEMPLE-22600, Mary TEMPLE-22605, Elizabeth TEMPLE-22606, Hester TEMPLE-22607.

John TEMPLE79894 was born in 1603. Parents: Alexander TEMPLE-3674.

John TEMPLE was born in 1635 in Ireland.93280 He died in 1704 at the age of 69.93280

Spouse: Jane YARNER-149962. Jane YARNER and John TEMPLE were married on 4 August 1663 in St. Michen, Dublin, Ireland.93280 Children were: Elizabeth TEMPLE-129942.

John TEMPLE5065,28069,106108 was born in 1649 in Charlestown, Suffolk, MA.106108 He died on 23 June 1725 at the age of 76 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.106109,106110 The date of death of John is given only in the Ancestral File, and is quite suspect. It is either fictitious, or associated with a different John Temple, or John's father Richard had disowned him by 1688. If you refer to Richard's notes, you will see that he refers to Abraham as his eldest son in his will. Either John was dead by that time, or he had been disinherited. More than likely, he was dead, and the Ancestral File is to be associated with a different John Temple. John Temple of First Church, Boston, made freeman 31 May 1671. Also signed petition to the General Court in 1675. Parents: Richard TEMPLE-35 and Joanna SHIPLEY-5032.

Spouse: Martha -114126. Martha and John TEMPLE were married about 1670 in Boston, Suffolk, MA. Children were: John TEMPLE-114127, Martha TEMPLE-114128, John TEMPLE-114129, Mary TEMPLE-114130, Sarah TEMPLE-114131, Elizabeth TEMPLE-114132, Hannah TEMPLE-114133.

John TEMPLE106111 was born on 2 April 1672 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.106112 He died about 8 April 1672 at the age of 0 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.106112 Buried 9 April at First Church of Boston. Parents: John TEMPLE-104 and Martha -114126.

John TEMPLE106111 was born on 2 April 1672 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.106112 He died about 8 April 1672 at the age of 0 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.106112 Buried 9 April at First Church of Boston. Parents: John TEMPLE-130678 and Martha -130679.

John TEMPLE106113 was born on 9 November 1676 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.106114 He may be the father or uncle of the John Temple who married Katherine and were parents of Cunningham Temple in 1722. Parents: John TEMPLE-104 and Martha -114126.

John TEMPLE106113 was born on 9 November 1676 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.106114 He may be the father or uncle of the John Temple who married Katherine and were parents of Cunningham Temple in 1722. Parents: John TEMPLE-130678 and Martha -130679.

John TEMPLE1966,36406 was born on 4 November 1680 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.40077,45367,102776,106115,106116 The New England Genealogical and Memorial and others gave the month as December. He died on 17 July 1734 at the age of 53 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.45366,45367,106117,106118 Buried among Hubbards in Old Burying Ground, Nashoba Hill, Concord, MA. "Here lyes buried y body of Mr. John Temple who departed this life July 17th Anno Dom. 1734 in y 54th year of his age." Had no children that survived him, and possibly no children at all.

"Concord, 22 Jul 1734. To the Honorable Jonathan Remington, Judge of Probate, I, Abraham Temple, being very aged and infirm and not able to come down before your honor to take administration on the estate of my son, John Temple, who deceased the 17 day of July instante, intestate and left no children, but four brothers and two sisters and children
of two sisters deceased and all his things lie so that there is great need of some one to take control of them, therefore I desire your Honor would be pleased to grant administration to my son Isaac Temple of Marlboro on said estate." Abraham Temple, his 7 mark. The following is indorsed upon the papers: "His (John's) brothers: Richard of Shrewsbury, Abraham of New Jersey, Isaac of Marlboro, Benjamin of Concord." The account of Isaac as administrator was presented to the Court 28 Mar 1735, and embraced the following items:
"Item. To money paid for drink for said funeral to Nathaniel Ball 0-15-0 Allowed. Item. To grave stones, 6 pounds, Not Allowed. Item. To a mourning suit for the administrator, 9 pounds and 10 shillings. Not allowed. Item. To entertaining the relatives and pasturing the
horses, 3 pounds. Not Allowed." The appraisers of his estate mention the following item: "All his right title and interest in and unto the lands granted by the General Court to the Narragansett soldiers which right did belong and was granted by said General Court unto his father Abraham Temple of Concord for his serving the Country in the Narragansett fight, being given to the said deceased by a deed from his said father bearing date of the 29 day of October 1728, apprized at 22 pounds." No record of this deed has yet been found. The real estate of John inventoried at 602 pounds, and the personal at 268 pounds-18-1. Parents: Abraham TEMPLE-5031 and Deborah HADLOCKE-34.

Spouse: Hannah HUBBARD-5058. Hannah HUBBARD and John TEMPLE were married about 1705 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.34125,36406,45364,45367 Various sources list 1705 in concord, or 1707 in Watertown.

John TEMPLE was born about 1688.106119 He died. Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-34850 and Hannah LISTON-34851.

John TEMPLE was born about 1700 in Warwick Swamp, Charles, VA.76862 He summoned by grand jury for failure to attend church one Sunday in November 1738 in Prince George Co., VA.106120 He died about 1764 at the age of 64.76862 Some of the children ascribed to William may have been his, but all the records on him were burned in 1812. Parents: William TEMPLE-9823 and Rebecca TATUM-9824.

Lieutenant John TEMPLE93286 was born on 21 October 1704 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.32041,63563 He was elected as Selectman between 1752 and 1778 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.106121 Elected in 1752, '54, '65, '66, '68, '72 and '78. He was elected as Town Representative between 1755 and 1775 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.106122 Elected in the years 1755, '56, '59, '61-66, '68 and '75. John was elected as Town Clerk between 1771 and 1774 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.106123 He was elected as Delegate to First Provincial Congress in 1774/5 in Watertown, Middlesex, MA.106124 He died on 22 February 1776 at the age of 71 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.23,61409,63563 Buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Reading, MA. Wrote a manuscript relating to family and general events, in the possession of William Giles Temple in 1900. Parents: Richard TEMPLE-830 and Deborah PARKER-2652.

Spouse: Rebecca PARKER-4379. Rebecca PARKER and Lieutenant John TEMPLE were married on 10 June 1731 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.11216,27017,63563 Children were: Phebe TEMPLE-4381, Rebecca TEMPLE-4382, Elizabeth TEMPLE-4383, Deacon John TEMPLE Jr.-4384, Timothy TEMPLE-4385, Susannah TEMPLE-4388, William TEMPLE-4387, Susannah TEMPLE-4386.

Spouse: Sarah WESTON-4380. Sarah WESTON and Lieutenant John TEMPLE were married on 21 November 1771 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.11216,15532,63563

John TEMPLE3710,106125 was born on 23 January 1712 in Marlborough, Middlesex, MA.79839 Rise of the Temples lists birthplace as Southboro, MA. He died on 23 September 1793 at the age of 81 in Marlborough, Middlesex, MA.3710,3711,106126 Buried in Spring Hill Cemetery, Marlboro, MA. No issue. Parents: Isaac TEMPLE-117 and Martha JOSLYN-5066.

Spouse: Joanna -909. Joanna and John TEMPLE were married about 1750.3710

John TEMPLE1966 was born in 1719 in Stow, Middlesex, MA.106127 He died on 2 April 1739 at the age of 20 in Winchester, Cheshire, NH. Probably the John Temple who died ae 21 and buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Winchester, NH. However, identification of this John with the date and place requires proof. Parents: Dr. Richard TEMPLE-33 and Mary BARKER-4962.

John TEMPLE103389 was born on 12 May 1725 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.46163,79912,106128 He moved before 1756 in Acton, Middlesex, MA.46162 He died on 13 December 1756 at the age of 31 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, MA.46163,106129 Buried in Forefathers Burial Ground, Chelmsford, MA. Parents: Benjamin TEMPLE-122 and Abigail WAITE-128.

Spouse: Sarah HUTCHINS-925. Sarah HUTCHINS and John TEMPLE were married on 21 April 1756 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, MA.37432,46163 Intention filed in Acton, MA. Children were: Lt. John TEMPLE-926.

John TEMPLE was born in 1727.106130 He died on 2 April 1754 at the age of 27 in Winchester, Cheshire, NH.106130,106131 Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Winchester, NH. Possibly the son of William and Sarah (Miller) Temple, or Thomas and Sarah (Barnard) Temple, but his birth year is incompatible with both. Age given as 27 in cemetery records, which raises questions about his placement as the son of Thomas and Sarah (Barnard) Temple Or William and Sarah (Miller) Temple.

John TEMPLE106132,106133 was born about 1730 in East Bradford, West Chester, Chester, PA.37383,106132 He died about February 1782 at the age of 52 in East Caln, Chester, PA.106132,106134 His will was probated 18 Feb 1782. James Tinney received a court order to sell 69 acres in East Caln in 1783. He was the administrator of his father's estate 30 Aug 1775. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-4482 and Mary Jane Chandler JEFFERIS-4483.

Spouse: Elizabeth MC LANE-18066. Elizabeth MC LANE and John TEMPLE were married on 17 June 1754 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.9292,57388,57389 At Christ Church, Philadelphia. Children were: John TEMPLE-4494, Hannah TEMPLE-19528, Mary TEMPLE-4495, Catherine TEMPLE-4496, Elizabeth TEMPLE-4497, Sarah TEMPLE-4498, Phebe TEMPLE-4499.

John TEMPLE79915 was born on 3 February 1732/3 in Worcester, Worcester, MA. Parents: William TEMPLE-143 and Sarah MILLER-4959.

Sir John TEMPLE15810,106135,106136 was born on 16 April 1732 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.14530,14532,15810,106137 He was baptized in August 1732 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.14532,106135,106138 Some sources give 16 Apr 1732 as the date of his baptism, and consider his birth date unknown. Between 1761 and 1775 he was a Surveyor-General of Customs for the Northern District of America in Boston, Suffolk, MA.106135,106137 On 24 November 1785 John was a Consul-General to New York in New York City, New York, NY.15810,106135 The first Consul-General and first civil appointment by His Majesty's government to the United States after the Revolutionary War. Much of his correspondence is in the Library of Congress.

During the first riot in the United States (that is, after the Revolution), Sir John had an interesting experience. The riot was in New York, and concerned the doctors' use of cadavers. At the time, no legal means existed to obtain cadavers, so the doctors had to rely on Resurrectionists (that is, grave robbers). One particular incident flared into riots over several days. On the second day of the riots, the rioters invaded the home of Sir John and lotted and ransacked it. Apparently, the attention paid to sir John was a confusion between his name and the word "surgeon." He Succeeded to the Temple baronetcy in 1786 in New York City, New York, NY.106135 He died on 17 November 1798 at the age of 66 in New York City, New York, NY.15810,15813,106135 Buried in Saint Paul's Chapel and Churchyard, Manhattan, NY. John was a Lt. Governor of New Hampshire. Acting Governor of New Hampshire prior to the Revolutionary War. Temple, NH, named for him. As a Loyalist, he returned to England during the war, becoming the Eighth Baronet of Stowe.

A letter of February 25, from John Temple, British Consul General, forwarding memorials of Richard Lawrence and William Hunt, asking help in release from prison, which were forwarded by the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, were referred back to said Secretary "to
report the propriety of Application and expediency of a reply". He reported thereon March 8. Temple's letter is in No. 92, folio 499, the original petitions follow it. Jay's forwarding letter is in No. 80, II, folio 161.

Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789

Congress assembled. Present, as before.

The secretary of the United States for the department of foreign affairs, to whom was referred his letter of the 24th November, to his excellency the president, with Mr. J. Temple's commission, having reported,

"That John Temple, esq. has presented to the United States in Congress assembled, a commission in due form, bearing date the 5th day of February last, from his Britannic majesty, constituting and appointing him the consul general of his said majesty in these states. That there is as yet no commercial treaty or convention subsisting between his Britannic majesty and the United States, whereby either have a perfect right to establish consuls in the
dominions of the other, but that amicable negotiations for that and other reciprocal privileges are now depending: That although the issue of those negotiations is as yet uncertain, it will nevertheless be proper for the United States, on this and every other occasion, to
observe as great a degree of liberality as may consist with a due regard to their national honor and welfare;" therefore,

Resolved, That the said John Temple, esq. be, and he hereby is received and recognized as consul general of his Britannic majesty throughout the United States, and that his commission be registered in the secretary's office.

Resolved, That all the privileges, pre-eminences and authority, which the laws of nations, and of the land, give to a consul general received by the United States, from any nation with whom they have no commercial treaty or convention, are due to the said John Temple, and shall be enjoyed by him.

Ordered, That certified copies of the above resolutions be transmitted to the executives of the different states for their information

[Note 1: 1 The report and resolutions relative to John Temple were also entered in the manuscript Secret Journal, Foreign Affairs No. 5, by Benjamin Bankson.]

Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789

A letter, of 23, from the Secretary for foreign affairs, was taken into consideration; and thereupon,

Resolved, That the Secretary of the United States of America for the department of foreign affairs, be, and he is hereby, empowered to settle the wages of the two persons who have
hitherto been employed as secretaries or clerks in his office, for the time they have served, at the rate of seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum each.

Ordered, That the remainder of the letter, touching the appointment of two under secretaries, instead of a secretary, be committed

[Note 1: 1 This resolution and order were also entered in the manuscript Secret Journal, Foreign Affairs.]

On the report of a committee, consisting of Mr. [Edmund] Randolph, Mr. [James] Lovell, Mr. [Joseph] Montgomery, to whom was referred a letter of 22 November last, from the Secretary for foreign affairs, relative to Mr. John Temple :

Resolved, That the President inform the governor and council of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, that matters of public concern, and the pressing necessity of making provision for the ensuing campaign, have hitherto prevented Congress from attending
to a subject which, though it respects an individual, may have an influence on the public affairs of these United States.

The Executive of Massachusetts cannot have forgotten The suspicions and jealousies excited by Mr. John Temple's return to America in 1778, and the reports currently circulated in England relative to his mission, are notorious. The time and manner of his coming to America, as well as the person accompanying him, who has since avowed his purpose is now resident in and a subject of Great Britain, gave great force to the suspicions then raised. These suspicions, instead of being allayed, were increased by Mr. Temple's return to England, and by the rumours and publications respecting his intercourse and conference with the British ministry. His coming again to America without explaining his views, and
as far as is come to the knowledge of Congress, without any leave previously obtained, and this at the very time when the enemy entertained the fond hope of having subdued the southern states, cannot fail to excite new jealousies, and a suspicion of his being employed as an emissary from the British crown.

That the President further inform the governor and council of Massachusetts, that although Mr. Temple was the bearer of some letters from the Hon ble John Adams at Amsterdam, yet the subject of the letters with which he was entrusted, and of those which Mr. Adams chose to send at the same time by another conveyance, sufficiently evince that he had not the full confidence of that minister, and that the letter which Mr. Adams took the trouble of
writing respecting Mr. Temple, did in no wise account for his past conduct, or explain his future views or designs. And therefore, as the United States ought to be on their guard, as well against the secret arts as open force of their subtle and inveterate enemy, that
it is the wish of Congress that the executive of Massachusetts would enquire strictly into the conduct, views, and designs of Mr. John Temple, and if they are not fully convinced of the
uprightness of his intentions, or if they have any apprehensions that he has, in his visits to America, been countenanced or employed by, or has acted in concert with the British ministry or their agents, that they order him back to Britain or take such measures
respecting him as may put it out of his power to injure the cause of these United States.

[Note 1: 1 This report, in the writing of Charles Thomson, is in the Papers of the Continental Congress, No. 19, VI, folio 23.]

The American National Biography series included the following:
"In 1764 Temple got into an epic fight with the royal governor of Massachusetts, Francis Bernard. Temple accused Bernard of collusion with James Cockle, collector of the port of Salem and Marblehead, in extortion and fraud, bringing charges formally to the commissioners of customs and also in private correspondence with Thomas Whately, who was both George Grenville's private secretary and a secretary of the treasury board."[NOTE: George Grenville was alter prime minister, and was the brother of Richard Grenville, Earl Temple.] "Cockle was dismissed, but Bernard, backed by his patron Lord Barrington and the Newcastle faction, kept his governorship."
"Whately used Temple as a listening post in America, especially on the matter of an American stamp tax. Temple provided the detailed information Whately requested but predicted that Americans would resist on constitutional grounds. He did try to enforce the Stamp Act, refusing to allow ships to clear without stamped papers, but he had informed the Whig leaders of his opposition to the act and again escaped the opprobrium a Grenville appointee and blood relative might have expected. Temple continued to hound Bernard, telling Whately in May 1765 that Grenville must see that 'Governor Bernard and myself cannot both (consistent with the Welfare of the Public Service) remain in our present Stations.' By July, however, the Grenville ministry had fallen and the Newcastle Whigs, under whom Bernard had been appointed, were back in power."
"In January 1767 Temple married Elizabeth Bowdoin, daughter of the Patriot leader James Bowdoin. They had five children. Also in 1767 Temple was made a member of the American board of customs commissioners, created by the Townsend Acts. He alone escaped harassment from the Sons of Liberty, while the other four commissioners, all allies of Governor Bernard, had to flee Boston during the Liberty riots of 1768. Bernard demanded--and secured--Temple's dismissal."
"Temple sailed to England in early 1771, but he was unable to convince the North ministry to restore him. However, his threat to publish his correspondence with Thomas Whately, who had led the Grenvilleites over to Lord North, induced the government to create a new position for him: surveyor general of customs for England."
"In 1765 Temple had, at Whately's request, arranged a correspondence between Whately and Thomas Hutchinson. Soon after Whately's death in May 1772, Benjamin Franklin sent the Massachusetts House of Representatives sixteen private letters written to Whately by Governor Thomas Hutchinson and Lieutenant Governor Andrew Oliver advocating changes in New England's jury system and saying that colonists could not possibly enjoy all the liberties of Britons. The Massachusetts legislature petitioned the king to dismiss Hutchinson and Oliver."
"Suspicion for having passed the letters to the Americans fell on Whately's brother William. He insisted that he had never looked at them but recalled that in October 1772 Temple had asked to reclaim his letters to Thomas Whately, and he suggested the Temple had used the occasion to lift the Hutchinson-Oliver letters. Temple denied it, probably knowing that Franklin had acquired them from a sympathizer in the Colonial Office, but anonymous letters in London newspapers accused Temple of theft. When Whately refused to refute the accusation, Temple, on 11 December 1773, challenged him to a duel. Because there were no seconds, there were no reliable witnesses to the fight. Anonymous newspaper letters soon accused Temple of wounding Whately when he was down, and when Whately refused to deny them, another challenge seemed likely. But on Christmas day Benjamin Franklin, in the London Chronicle, admitted that he had taken the letters."
"Franklin's confession forestalled another duel, but it put Franklin in particularly bad light with the Privy Council when news of the Boston Tea Party arrived. Franklin lost his appointment as postmaster general for the colonies and his effectiveness as a lobbyist for Massachusetts just when the government was considering how to punish Boston. Temple, far from being exonerated, lost both his job as surveyor general and his honorific lieutenant governorship. The Coercive Acts soon followed, and they were the immediate cause of the War for American Independence." Parents: Captain Robert TEMPLE-4625 and Mehitable NELSON-4626.

Spouse: Elizabeth BOWDOIN-4632. Elizabeth BOWDOIN and Sir John TEMPLE were married on 20 January 1767 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.15810,15813 Children were: Sir Grenville TEMPLE-4633, Elizabeth Bowdoin TEMPLE-4634, Augusta Grenville TEMPLE-4635, James Bowdoin TEMPLE-4636.

Deacon John TEMPLE Jr.26983,26984 was born on 17 March 1738 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.26983,32041 He was baptized on 19 March 1738 in Wakefield, Middlesex, MA.85151 He died on 5 April 1821 at the age of 83 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.26983,61409 Died of paralysis and mortification. May have served in the Revolution, or the soldier was his son, John. Parents: Lieutenant John TEMPLE-4364 and Rebecca PARKER-4379.

Spouse: Hannah NICHOLS-27918. Hannah NICHOLS and Deacon John TEMPLE Jr. were married in November 1761 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.11216,26983,27017,61410 Children were: John TEMPLE Jr.-5699, James TEMPLE-5700, Captain Jonathan TEMPLE-5701, Richard TEMPLE-5702, Timothy TEMPLE-5703, Reverend Andrew Broaddus TEMPLE-17670.

Spouse: Mrs. Abigail TIDD-5698. Mrs. Abigail TIDD and Deacon John TEMPLE Jr. were married on 26 February 1798 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.11216,26983,26985,41508

John TEMPLE11059 was born about 1741 in Shutesbury, Franklin, MA.23 He died. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-32 and Sarah BARNARD-5083.

John TEMPLE105916 was born on 8 October 1742 in Ewing, Mercer, NJ.41250,105916 He served in the military in 1792.106139 Served in the Hunterdon, NJ, Militia. He died on 18 April 1813 at the age of 70 in Hopewell, Mercer, NJ.25079,82203,105915,105916 His will was dated 15 Apr 1813, and proved 21 Apr 1813. The genealogies of Trenton/Ewing, NJ, families gave his death date as 28 Aug 1757, yet credits him with all 7 of his children. May have married his first cousin through Abraham. Parents: Timothy TEMPLE-836 and Sarah HART-875.

Spouse: Joanna TEMPLE-873. Joanna TEMPLE and John TEMPLE were married about 1766.105916,105917 They were first cousins. The birth dates of the children may indicate that John had a second, but apparently unrecorded, second wife. More likely, however, is that Joanna's death date is wrong. Children were: Asher TEMPLE-1007, Sarah TEMPLE-1008, Timothy TEMPLE-1009, Joanna TEMPLE-1010, William TEMPLE-1011, Elizabeth TEMPLE-1012, Abigail TEMPLE-1013.

John TEMPLE106140 was born about 1743 in VA. He served in the military about 1780. He lived in Montgomery Co., AL in 1819. "TEMPLE, JOHN. Soldier of the American Revolution, aged 76, and a resident of Montgomery County; private Virginia Continental Line; enrolled on December 14, 1819, under act of Congress of March 18, 1818; payment to date from July 23, 1818; annual allowance, $ 96; sums received to date of publication of list, $ 1,451.38; transferred from Edgefield District, SC, from March 4, 1830."

Reverend John TEMPLE51578 was born about 1745.

Spouse: Jane SHUBRICK-132880. Jane SHUBRICK and Reverend John TEMPLE were married after 1770.

John TEMPLE was born in 1755 in MA.106040 He served in the military in 1779 in MA.106040 Mustered 8 Dec 1779 to serve in the Continental Army representing the town of Littleton, raised in Essex Co.

Lt. John TEMPLE11205,55652,83820,106141 was born on 7 October 1756 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, MA.23,11205,19403,55652,105995 Date derived from specific age and death date cited in Pension Files would be 7 Oct. He moved in 1757 in Acton, Middlesex, MA.63654 He served in the military between 1777 and 1781.18800,63654,106142 Enlisted as a member of the artificer branch of Capt Parker's Company, Col. Baldwin's Regiment. He enlisted 1 Jan 1777 and was discharged 31 Dec 1780. Re-enlisted in Jul 1781 as part of Col. Jeduthan Baldwin's Regiment of Artillery Artificers.
Initially enlisted as a sergeant, he became and ensign and then a lieutenant.
Decision to enlist possibly influenced by his father-in-law's enlistment. Pension number 26515. John moved about 1789 in Bowdoinham, Sagadahoc, ME.22890,106143 He died on 13 January 1842 at the age of 85 in Bowdoinham, Sagadahoc, ME.11205,22176,55652,106142 Date of death from Pension Files. Buried in Randall Cemetery, Bowdoinham, ME, Section A, Lot 7. Upright stone with Revolutionary War marker. Enlisted as a private, later sergeant, then Ensign of Baldwin's Artillery Artificers Regiment, 28th March, 1778; Lieutenant, 12th May, 1779; retired 26th March, 1781. Applied for pension 27 Apr 1818 in Lincoln Co., ME. Appeared on 1820 Pension List from Maine.

He appears in a list of the soldiers in the commands of Captains Warren, Lamont, Barnes and Ford as having served at Cambridge in March 1776. Parents: John TEMPLE-849 and Sarah HUTCHINS-925.

Spouse: Mary (Molley) MASON-1132. Mary (Molley) MASON and Lt. John TEMPLE were married on 25 April 1786 in Carlisle, Middlesex, MA.11205,55652,55653,55654 Date of marriage in Pension Files. Children were: John TEMPLE-1133, Elizabeth (Eliza\Betsey) TEMPLE-1134, Abijah TEMPLE-1135.

John TEMPLE was born in 1757 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.105463 He served in the military in 1775 in MA.105463 Served in Captain Ezra Town's Company, Col. James Read's regiment as a private. Listed as 5'6" with a fair complexion and light eyes. Enlisted 23 Apr 1775 and mustered 11 Jul 1775. In 1775 he was a Carpenter in Templeton, Worcester, MA.105463

John TEMPLE was born about 1758 in Concord, Merrimack, NH.23 He served in the military in 1775/6.23 Enlisted 23 Apr 1776, but served at Bunker Hill, 17 Jun 1775. Served in the 3rd Regiment from New Ipswich, NH.

John TEMPLE106144 was born on 28 May 1758 in Westmoreland Co., PA.55275 He one of the original settlers with 83 acres about 1810 in Giles Co., TN.106145 The specific date is not given. The introduction merely says, "Among the first grants issued to lands afterwards in Giles County, an old list shows the following:" and gives John's allotment. Giles County was established in 1810, but the area had been surveyed during the Revolution. He died on 28 May 1828 at the age of 70 in Giles Co., TN.7875,36607,49334,55275,106146 Buried in Old Brush Creek Cemetery, Ardara, PA. Supposed to have fought in the Revolutionary War in command of a company of Scotch Grays from Scotland.

There may be some confusion on John (the son of Major) and the John Temple who died in Pennsylvania in 1826/1828. More research must be done on this relationship. Recent research by a consortium of TEMPLE genealogists has produced a genealogy of John Temple, husband of Elizabeth Marshall, former British Army officer who seems to have been confused with John, the son of Major. The view presented here represents the research of this consortium, but the confusion has extensively penetrated secondary sources.

Joanne May provided the following information:

1. In will of Major Temple dated 1816 he mentions "heirs of my son John" Surely, indicating that John was deceased. Add to this a will was proved on John Temple in 1816 Giles Co,TN, a few months before Major’s.

2. Major Temple was b 1736, he is definitely married to Mary by 1760s (land records in Mecklenburg) ... Mary’s brother John Kennedy Sr was being born in 1730s, making Mary b c1740? Mary died only 4 yrs after Major (her will 1820). So, she probably isn’t that much younger than him. Mary also named in her will Mary E.R., daughter of John. Yet, in their line (John in PA) they do not show a Mary.

3. In the 1783 tax list of Greene Co, TN. Major is listed with sons: James, John, and William. This should make them 16 and above... born pre 1767. Major’s son Thomas was the only one to make it to the 1850 census - age 83 SC, making him born 1766/7 (according to descendant’s records he was born 5-1-1766). So, the three other boys would have been the older ones, probably starting in the late 1750s. This would make Major and Mary marrying fairly young - in their early twenties at the latest.

Certainly the John Temple in Giles Co, TN, may not be Major’s son... but it makes
more sense than his returning to PA with a completely different wife and family???

Dorothy Schendel provided further information on this family:

Dear Park,

The history of John Temple seems even cloudier is the new version. Joanne May had convinced me the John who married Elizabeth Marshall was not the son of Major Temple but a separate individual, but there is no mention of John Temple of Chernside nr Berwick, England.

1. A letter to my aunt from W.M. Shankland Ed. D. of Missouri invites her to join in their research of the Temple family. He sites, "John Temple a British army officer who came over during the Revolution, but decided to join the Colonial army and make America his home. He moved to West Pennsylvania near Pittsburgh after the war. He married Elizabeth Marshal and had many children, most all boys. The youngest was Robert born 1806 who married a Gregory and came to Illinois sometime about 1855. Oldest son of Robert William G., Who was born in 1829 or 30 in Pennsylvania. This William G. had children by his wife Mary
Cashdollar; being Elsie, Robert, Rebecca, Robert And Adeline."

I wrote to Dr. Shankland, but my letter was returned. My cousin got the letter from my aunt many many years ago. I do know that William went to Illinois about the time he mentions because the 1960 census for Randolph county shows them there. A person who believes she is the daughter of Elizabeth daughter of John has contacted saying in the 1870 Census she found William G. with two additional children and what appears to be William, son of John, with Sarah his wife as well as Robert, son of John and Rebecca. The years of age seem to correspond. We have no other proof yet.

This all took place yesterday. I have written my correspondent about Joanne's Temple Letter and your Temple Families web site. I was just checking out your web site to see if I could be more specific on how to get to John Temple of Chernside nr Berwick, England. The Chernside information came, I believe, from a letter Jim Sterrett wrote to Joanne's mother which Joanne has sent to me. I will have to dig it out of my files to be sure of the source.

2. In a letter dated 28 Feb 1978, to my cousin, Jim Sterrett states that," I feel safe in addressing you as cousin because I am sure that your surmise about the eleventh child of John Temple and Elizabeth Marshall Temple is correct. Their eleventh child was Robert, born June 10, 1806. He moved with his older brother William to Illinois and
settled near Sparta, Randolph County.

I know nothing about either William or Robert except that William married in 1819, Sarah Love. I have been able to trace many of the other brothers and sisters. John Temple, the oldest, died February 22, 1875 in Jefferson County, Pa. and is buried in the Temple Cemetery, which is along Rt. 28 about half way between Brookville and Brockway. I
do not believe he had children. His wife Elizabeth Shearer Temple died previously and is buried in Westmoreland County, Pa. The older sister Elizabeth Temple was not married and died in Jefferson county in 1872 (I will have to remember to tell my correspondent about this part). She is also buried in the Temple Cemetery. She did, however have a daughter! The sister Ann must have been Mrs. Gibson. I have no proof of this, but supposed one of the sisters married a Gibson.

The mother Elizabeth Marshall (I believe that I read on your page that she was the daughter of William Marshal.) Temple, died on October 10, 1811 and is buried at Brush Creek Cemetery in Westmoreland County. There are two Brush Creek Cemeteries - The Temples are buried in "old" Brush Creek, on Leger Road, near Irwin. Pa.

I am supposedly descended from the brother Isaac, but there are some discrepancies in dates, so I am not certain. My great great grandmother was Mary Temple McCurdy, born in 1818. She was raised as a daughter by Isaac and Dorcas (Eckles) Temple, but according to the bible record, they were not married until 1821. I don't know have the vaguest idea
how to find out just who she was. Because of my inability to establish her parentage for certain, I have not worked on the Temple family of late.

Please let me know what sorts of information you would like, and I will try to provide it. I have accumulated a lot of data on these folks over the past few years. Incidentally, there are still Temples in Sparta, Illinois who may also be descended from Robert. You may be able to
contact them and find out more about him."

I also wrote to Jim Sterrett in Beaver Fall, PA a couple of years ago, but his letter was returned also. I am sorry this is so long but I didn't want to para-phrase these people and I thought it might be of interest since the entire conversation is about Temples. I know I have
heard someone speak of both Gibson and McCurdy on The Temple Letter.

I hope we will be able to make this information about John Temple of Westmoreland County, Pa. and John Temple son of Major Temple more separated and less confusing soon. Parents: Major TEMPLE-4486 and Mary Jane KENNEDY-4488.

Spouse: Jane RUSSELL-21668. Jane RUSSELL and John TEMPLE were married on 19 December 1795 in Greene Co., TN.7879,8054,69851,69852 Children were: William TEMPLE-4596, John TEMPLE-4597, Isaac TEMPLE-34808, Samuel TEMPLE-34809, Robert TEMPLE-34810, Mary Eliza Jane Rebecca (Eliza) TEMPLE-21853.

John TEMPLE16135,55278,86766 was born on 20 May 1758 in Chernside nr Berwick, England, United Kingdom.21417,55277 The History of Washington County, PA, and others, said he was from Scotland. He immigrated before 1800 to PA. He died on 28 May 1828 at the age of 70 in North Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA.55276 Buried in Brush Creek Cemetery, North Huntingdon, near Irwin, PA. John Temple was a British army officer who came over during the Revolution, was wounded and then captured. He was never exchanged. He decided to stay and make America his home. Evidence exists that he also joined the American forces. He moved to Western Pennsylvania after the war. His father was possibly William Temple, who was the mayor of Chirnside, Scotland in 1750.

His children were noted for their extensive reading and intelligence. The sons were all fond of political and religious controversy. They were all professors of religion, and no two belonged to the same church.

Spouse: Elizabeth MARSHALL-4595. Elizabeth MARSHALL and John TEMPLE were married about 1785.55278 Children were: John TEMPLE Sr.-26030, William TEMPLE-26031, James TEMPLE-26032, Joseph TEMPLE-26033, Bailey (Balla) TEMPLE-26034, Ann TEMPLE-26035, Elizabeth TEMPLE-26036, Isaac TEMPLE-4598, Samuel Wylie TEMPLE-4599, David Black TEMPLE-24763, Robert TEMPLE-4600.

Spouse: Margaret SHEARER-32880. Margaret SHEARER and John TEMPLE were married on 25 October 1813 in Westmoreland Co., PA.38850

John TEMPLE5230 was born in 1758 in Prince George Co., VA.41122 He served in the military between 1776 and 1782 in Amherst Co., VA.41122,96313,106147 He enlisted as a private in Captain Samuel Jordan Cabell's company, in Colonel John Hendrick's Sixth Virginia Regiment. He enlisted at Amherst Court House in Virginia shortly after the battle of Bunker Hill. He fought in the battles of Trenton, Amboy, Piscataway, Brandywine and Still Water, over the period of 6 years 6 months. During that time, he had his eyesight severely damaged. Appears in the Alabama Pension Roll Of 1835. Pension started 14 Dec 1819. He a pensioner based on his service in the Revolution on 23 July 1818 in Edgefield Co., SC.106148 According to his Pension Application, dated 23 Jul 1818, he was 60 years old. His pension application does not mention a wife or children, but he apparently had had both. John lived in Sweetwater, Edgefield, SC on 4 October 1820.106148 He stated in a real estate inventory that he had neither a wife or children. He stated he therefore had to rely solely on his pension or charity. He lived in Edgefield Co., SC before 1830.106147 He moved on 4 March 1830 in Montgomery Co., AL.106147 John lived in Montgomery Co., AL in November 1830.106148 He stated that he had recently moved to Montgomery to be near his son, though not giving his name. In the 1830 census, on p. 214, there is listed the only Temple in the Montgomery County area, that being John. He mentioned as a Revolutionary War soldier in 1834 in Montgomery Co., AL. He appeared as a Revolutionary War soldier in the book "Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama," as aged 76. He died after 1838 at the age of 80 in Montgomery Co., AL.41122 Parents: Samuel TEMPLE-16109 and Mary WILLIAMS-17165.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-66450. Children were: John Henry (John) TEMPLE-16121.

John TEMPLE106149 was born in 1759 in Ewing, Mercer, NJ.106149 He died on 11 June 1833 at the age of 74 in Birmingham, Burlington, NJ.106149,106150 Buried in First Presbyterian Church of Ewing Cemetery, Ewing, NJ. He was a farmer.106149 Parents: Return TEMPLE-388 and UNKNOWN-39093.

Spouse: Rachel VAN HORN-1021. Rachel VAN HORN and John TEMPLE were married on 23 November 1791 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.14642,106149,106151,106152,106153,106154 In Swedes' Church, Philadelphia. Children were: Andrew TEMPLE-1023, Parnel TEMPLE-1024, William TEMPLE-1022, Joanna TEMPLE-1025, Levi TEMPLE-1028, Parnel TEMPLE-1026, Rebecca TEMPLE-1027, Azariah TEMPLE-1030, Elizabeth TEMPLE-1029.

John TEMPLE was born about 1761 in Prince George Co., VA. He died in 1812 at the age of 51 in Prince George Co., VA. No issue.

Heir of Celia Temple. Parents: David TEMPLE-9837 and ROPER-9848.

John TEMPLE14532,22002 was born between 1762 and 1769 in MA. Died unmarried. Parents: Lt. Gov. William TEMPLE-4630 and Mehitable WHIPPLE-4637.

John TEMPLE Jr.21106,21107 was born on 28 May 1762 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.21106,32041 He was baptized on 29 May 1763 in Wakefield, Middlesex, MA.85151 He lived in Reading, Middlesex, MA in 1775.105463 John served in the military in April 1775 in MA.105463 Served as a corporal in Captain Thomas Eaton's Company, Col. Green's Regiment. Marched on the alarm of 19 Apr 1775 and served 12 days. He died on 19 June 1835 at the age of 73 in Wilmington, Middlesex, MA.18675,21106 Parents: Deacon John TEMPLE Jr.-4384 and Hannah NICHOLS-27918.

Spouse: Rebecca TEMPLE-5705. Rebecca TEMPLE and John TEMPLE Jr. were married on 10 September 1789 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.11216,21106,106155 Children were: John TEMPLE-5709, Peter TEMPLE-16341, Rebecca (Beckey) TEMPLE-5710, Chloe TEMPLE-5711, Peter TEMPLE-5712.

Spouse: Elizabeth (Betsey) CARTER-5708. Elizabeth (Betsey) CARTER and John TEMPLE Jr. were married on 18 November 1799 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.11216,21106 Children were: Rebecca (Becca) TEMPLE-5713, Elizabeth (Betsey) TEMPLE-5714, Lydia T. TEMPLE-5715, James TEMPLE-5716, Charlotte TEMPLE-5717, William TEMPLE-5718, Timothy TEMPLE-5722, Sarah (Sally) TEMPLE-16342, Harriet G. TEMPLE-5719, Benjamin TEMPLE-5720, Mary Ann TEMPLE-5721.

John TEMPLE79855 was born on 21 July 1762 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.12511,26473,93295 He was baptized on 25 July 1762 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.95284 He served in the military about 1780. Served in Revolutionary war, according to his grave marker. John had his estate probated in 1841 in West Boylston, Worcester, MA.106156 He died on 18 October 1841 at the age of 79 in West Boylston, Worcester, MA.12512,82694,106157 Buried in Spring Hill Cemetery, Marlboro, MA according to one source. Find-A-Grave shows a marker for him in Mount Vernon Cemetery, West Boylston, MA. As Jonas Temple, he was appointed to administer the estate of his father in law, when his mother in law declined. Parents: Lt. Jonas TEMPLE-889 and Olive KEYES-1041.

Spouse: Lois HARTHAN-30652. Lois HARTHAN and John TEMPLE were married on 27 December 1791 in Boylston, Worcester, MA.41287 Children were: Lowell TEMPLE-21000.

Spouse: Persis BEAMAN-20968. Persis BEAMAN and John TEMPLE were married on 21 March 1793.7981 Children were: Lois TEMPLE-20970, Olive TEMPLE-20972, Mary Boylston TEMPLE-20971.

Spouse: Polly DAKIN-32555. Polly DAKIN and John TEMPLE were married on 26 November 1833 in West Boylston, Worcester, MA.23

John TEMPLE11205,106158 was born on 6 June 1763 in Winchester, Cheshire, NH.1053,17568,88589,88590 NEHGR gives place as Winchester, NH and date as 17 Jun. The town clerk gave Winchester, but the date of 6 Jun 1763. Other sources claim Alstead. May be the John Temple referred to in the Pension Files. John listed as b. 21 Jul 1762, d 17 Oct 1841 in West Boylston, MA. On 7 Aug 1841 Isaac Davis of Worcester MA granted guardianship of John Temple, who was "insane." John married Polly Dakins 26 Nov 1833 at West Boylston. She applied for pension 24 Apr 1855, age 81. Parents: Isaac TEMPLE-457 and Elizabeth CROSSFIELD-464.

John TEMPLE38500 was born in 1763 in Chester Co., PA.38500 He lived in Oxford, Chester, PA about 1784.38501 He moved after 1784 in Lancaster Co., PA.38501 John moved about 1793 in Stone Valley, Huntingdon, PA.38501 He moved in 1799 in Venango Co., PA.36607,38501 He located on a place which, by 1879, was known as the old Temple homestead, in a part of the county that became Polk. He appeared in the census in 1810 in Venango Co., PA. Appears with 2 males under 10, 1 10-16, 1 26-45; and 1 female under 10, 2 10-16, 1 16-26, and 1 over 45. John died on 19 December 1831 at the age of 68 in Polk, Venango, PA.36607,38500,38501 Will dated 7 Dec 1823. Apparently proved 19 Dec 1831. The year of his death comes from the History of Venango County, which says only he died at Christmas Time in 1831. His grave stone gave 25 Dec 1831. Among the first permanent residents of Polk Co. Parents: John TEMPLE-4484 and Elizabeth MC LANE-18066.

Spouse: Mary GRAY-4641. Mary GRAY and John TEMPLE were married about 1783.7875,38500 Children were: John TEMPLE-4643, Robert TEMPLE-4642, David Gray TEMPLE-4644, Elizabeth (Betsey) TEMPLE-4645, Rachel TEMPLE-4646, Ellen TEMPLE-4647, Nancy TEMPLE-4648, Benjamin TEMPLE-21118.