L.C. TEMPLE was born in 1860 in PA.110154 In June 1880 he was a miner in Millville, Columbia, PA.110154 His parents were both from PA.

L.C. TEMPLE was born in 1884 in IN.6068 He appeared in the census in June 1885 in Pueblo Co., CO.6068 Parents: B.E. TEMPLE-142838 and N.N. -142839.

L.C. TEMPLE was born in 1919 in MS.110155 He served in the military between 1943 and 1945.110155,110156 Dates approximate. Drafted in the Army of the US on 24 Sep 1943 at Camp Shelby, MS, as a private. He was admitted to treatment with a diagnosis withheld by NARA in 1944, was treated, and returned to duty. Admitted to treatment in Jul 1944 for a migraine, was treated and returned to duty. Service # 34873451. In September 1943 he was a semiskilled chauffeur or driver of a bus, taxi, truck or tractor in Jones Co., MS.110155

L.C. TEMPLE Jr. (private).

Spouse: Linda Faye HARVEY-185723. Children were: Tina L. TEMPLE-185719, L.C. TEMPLE Jr.-185727, Craig Anthony TEMPLE-185728, Gregory TEMPLE-185729.

Spouse: Joyce M. -185724.

Spouse: Cathy J. -185718.

Spouse: Gina Christine HANCHETT-185721. Children were: L.C. TEMPLE III-185722.

L.C. TEMPLE III (private). Parents: L.C. TEMPLE Jr.-185717 and Gina Christine HANCHETT-185721.

L.E. TEMPLE lived Kleeman House in Custer, Custer, SD on 12 June 1885.110157 Kleeman House became what is the General Custer Motel as of 1981.

L.E. TEMPLE was born in September 1859 in Knox Co., IL.110158 She died in March 1860 at the age of 0 in Knox Co., IL.110158 Died from teething.

L.E. TEMPLE was born on 18 June 1865 in MA.4990 He died on 20 December 1928 at the age of 63 in New Brookland, Lexington, SC.4990 Died of acute indigestion. Buried in Lybrands Cemetery, New Brookland, SC. Parents: TEMPLE-160579 and Olive SECAURDE-160580.

Spouse: Marie -160578. Marie and L.E. TEMPLE were married before 1928.

L.E. TEMPLE was born in 1870 in NY.110159 In January 1920 he was a contractor in Columbia, Richland, SC.110159 His parents were both from England.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-136226. UNKNOWN and L.E. TEMPLE were married before 1920.110159 He was enumerated as a lodger in SC, without his wife. He was listed as married.

L.E. TEMPLE was born on 3 April 1922.110160 He/she lived in NC before 1951.110160 He/she died on 19 December 2010 at the age of 88 in Norfolk City, VA.110160

Dr. L.F. TEMPLE was born in 1830 in OH.110161 In August 1860 he was a physician in Denver, Arapahoe, KS.110161

L.H. TEMPLE was born in 1853.216 He/she died on 18 January 1890 at the age of 37 in MN.216 Buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Owatonna, MN. Appears to be related to Isaac and Huldah (Hunnewell) Temple.

L.J. TEMPLE (private).110162

L.K. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Don T. LE-174613.

L.L. TEMPLE110163 was born on 18 August 1889. He/she died on 4 November 1970 at the age of 81 in MS. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, McComb, MS, Plot: Z-Park Annex.

L.M. TEMPLE was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Leta SHEPPARD-140239. Leta SHEPPARD and L.M. TEMPLE were married in September 1936 in Clark Co., AR.72154

L.M. TEMPLE was born (date unknown). The index of marriage swas coded regarding race - and the code for this marriage was an 8. Only problem is that only 1-6 were defined - there was no 8.

Spouse: James O. SIKES-179714. L.M. TEMPLE and James O. SIKES were married on 9 December 1955 in Franklin Parish, LA.72648

L.M. TEMPLE was born in 1836 in TN.110164 In June 1870 he was an ale house clerk in Memphis, Shelby, TN.110164 Enumerated as a male, but name seemed to be Lill in 1870. It can also be read as L.M., as I have included here.

L.R. TEMPLE was born in 1826 in OH.110165 In August 1860 he was a miner in Virginia City, Carson, UT.110165

L.R. TEMPLE34442 was born in 1873 in Meadville, Franklin, MS.34445 She appeared in the census in June 1880 in Meadville, Franklin, MS.34445 She died. Parents: Christopher Columbus TEMPLE-18894 and Mary Ann FORD-18984.

L.S. TEMPLE was born in 1928 in TX.2592 He lived in Henrietta Twp., Clay, TX on 1 April 1935.2592 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Jones Co., TX.2592 Surname may not be Temple based on his 1940 census entry. Parents: TEMPLE-158551 and Eva -158552.

L.T. TEMPLE was born on 21 September 1920 in Jasper Co., TX.110166

La Delia Faye (Lottie) TEMPLE (private).6603,110167 Parents: Floyd Edward TEMPLE-40805 and Glenda Elaine POOL-63989.

Spouse: Brion SZWED-64006.

Spouse: John Charles SODER-63999.

La Jean TEMPLE (private).64444 Parents: Ralph Raymond TEMPLE Sr.-61606 and Elna Ida PENNINGTON-61607.

La Roy TEMPLE9687,110168 was born in 1905 in TX. He died in 1906 at the age of 1 in Lakeport, Gregg, TX. Buried in Peatown Cemetery, Lakeport, TX. Parents: Edwin Fussell (Edwin) TEMPLE-23128 and Ida Ellen (Ida) LUKER-28425.

La Triya Tanehvia TEMPLE (private).84885 Parents: Dana Lynn TEMPLE-159377.

La Trobe E. (Trova) TEMPLE36596 was born on 11 June 1905 in Johnson Co., AR.71789,71790,71791,110169 She appeared in the census in April 1910 in Stonewall, Johnson, AR.71790,71791 She died on 28 July 1912 at the age of 7 in Johnson Co., AR.71789,110169 Buried in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Hunt, AR. Parents: Thomas Walter (Walter) TEMPLE-34926 and Nellie Willis (Willie) SHAMBLIN-34934.

La Verne TEMPLE Sr. (private).

Spouse: Rebecca Denise ST. CYR-141006. Children were: Arlena Nicole TEMPLE-141007, La Verne TEMPLE Jr.-159337.

La Verne TEMPLE Jr. (private). Parents: La Verne TEMPLE Sr.-141005 and Rebecca Denise ST. CYR-141006.

La Verne Beryl TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Fintan Frederick ALLEN-145150.

La Verne Clarence (Verne) TEMPLE84941 was born on 6 August 1882 in Oakfield, Fond Du Lac, WI.18748,37125,61238,61241,61243,110170,110171 Gave 6 Aug in his WWI draft registraton, but 1 Aug in his SSAN application. His death certificate gave 6 Aug. It also said the place was Oakfield, WI, but his draft registration said Sturgeon Bay, WI. His death certificate was informed by his sister Blanche. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Masonville, Delta, MI.61241 He lived in Tenino, Thurston, WA in 1915.80833 In 1918 La was a logger and shingle weaver in Thurston Co., WA.61243 The town name appeared to be Jenino, but nothing approaching that could be found in Thurston Co. In January 1920 he was a shingle paster in Centralia, Lewis, WA.61238 In April 1930 he was a shingle mill shingle worker in Centralia, Lewis, WA.37125 In 1940 La was a timber feller in Jackson Co., OR.110171 He lived in Butte Falls, Jackson, OR in 1940.110171 He died on 1 July 1940 at the age of 57 in Jackson Co., OR.110171,110172 Died on the County Farm in rural Jackson Co. of cardiac failure due to mitral stenosis. Buried in Eastwood IOOF Cemetery, Medford, OR. Appeared to be given as a female in 1920. Unmarried. Parents: Alfred Barnard (Barnard) TEMPLE-1633 and Josephine Jacquelina NEWELL-2317.

La Vonne TEMPLE was born on 29 May 1906 in Sardinia, Brown, OH.48550,48552,60612 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Norwood, Hamilton, OH.48552 In April 1928 she was a stenographer in Norwood, Hamilton, OH.48550 La died on 8 July 1977 at the age of 71 in Finneytown, Hamilton, OH.60612 Buried in Rest Haven Memorial Park, Evendale, OH. Parents: Elmer Austin (Elmer) TEMPLE-46433 and Louisa E. JUILLERAT-47585.

Spouse: Wilford Delos MURPHY-83525. La Vonne TEMPLE and Wilford Delos MURPHY were married on 7 April 1928 in Hamilton Co., OH.48550 This was a first marriage for both. Children were: W. Kenneth MURPHY-83526, Judith R. MURPHY-83527.

Laban TEMPLE (private).679 Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-184902 and Annie Mae -184903.

Spouse: Ruden CHAMBERLAIN-184898. Children were: Diane Denise TEMPLE-184899.

Laban TEMPLE5230,101554 was born about 1747 in Prince George Co., VA. He served in the military about 1780 in Lancaster, Lancaster, SC.89825 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 uncovered the following about the battle site:

"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 died in May 1780 at the age of 33 in Lancaster, Lancaster, SC. Served in Revolution and died at Buford's Defeat after the fall of Charlestown, near Lancaster, SC. Parents: Samuel TEMPLE-16109 and Mary WILLIAMS-17165.

Laban TEMPLE110173 was born between 1763 and 1787. Parents: Jacob TEMPLE-17167 and Mary -17172.

Laban TEMPLE15391 was born on 30 November 1781 in Prince George Co., VA. He died on 2 March 1842 at the age of 60 in Montgomery Co., AL.110174 Probably married in South Carolina, where most records of this time are missing. Parents: Peter TEMPLE-17168 and Ann BONNER-17173.

Spouse: Mary Ann LIDE-18196. Mary Ann LIDE and Laban TEMPLE were married about 1817 in Mt. Meigs, Montgomery, AL.29081 Children were: Eliza Ann TEMPLE-18197, John Peter TEMPLE-30110, Martha H. TEMPLE-18201, Dr. Wyatt B. TEMPLE-18199, Robert L. TEMPLE-18200, Mary Jane TEMPLE-18198, Charles L. TEMPLE-18202, Caroline S. TEMPLE-18203.

Lacey TEMPLE (private). Parents: Jerry Dale TEMPLE-80235 and Kristi NEWCOMB-82884.

Lacey E. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Josh R. ELMORE-148929.

Lacista Beverly TEMPLE (private).110175

Lacy A. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Brandon C. SKINNER-164548.

Lacy L. TEMPLE110176 was born on 20 May 1893. She died on 17 November 1905 at the age of 12 in Brunswick, Glynn, GA. Buried in Palmetto Cemetery, Brunswick, GA. Not found in the 1900 census.

Lacy Renee TEMPLE (private).17109 Parents: Thomas Cobb (Thomas) TEMPLE-83710 and Laura Lee BRINSON-83713.

Ladawn Rachele TEMPLE (private).65957 Parents: TEMPLE-162015 and Thelma Carolyn (Carolyn) POWELL-151191.

Ladd Ashley TEMPLE (private).2177

Spouse: Elizabeth Jeri -181368.

Ladislaus TEMPLE110177 was born (date unknown). Surname may end with an S depending on handwriting interpretation.

Spouse: Helen KWAPIL-177911. Helen KWAPIL and Ladislaus TEMPLE were married on 12 June 1928 in Lucas Co., OH.51046

LaDonna TEMPLE (private). Parents: John Allen TEMPLE-79657 and LaDonna Lynn (LaDonna) JOHNSON-84027.

Lady Grace TEMPLE12979 was born in 1905 in Titus Co., TX.74619 She died in 1910 at the age of 5 in Winfield, Titus, TX.110178 Buried in Winfield Cemetery, Winfield, TX. Parents: Allen Matthew (Allen) TEMPLE-26349 and Rhoda Ellen (Ellen) TURNER-26368.

Lafayette TEMPLE15771 was born in October 1825 in Westmoreland, Cheshire, NH.15771,15772,19428,73945,110179 The 1860 census would make the birth year 1824. He moved about 1835 in Chicopee, Hampden, MA.15775 In 1850 he was a carpenter in West Springfield, Hampden, MA.15773 In July 1860 Lafayette was a potion maker in Chicopee, Hampden, MA.15772 In June 1870 he was a wood worker in Chicopee, Hampden, MA.73945 In June 1880 he was a furniture and woodworking laborer in Chicopee, Hampden, MA.110179 Lafayette was ill with lung trouble in June 1880 in Chicopee, Hampden, MA.110179 He died on 19 February 1883 at the age of 57 in Chicopee, Hampden, MA.23,15771,15775,110180 Buried in Fairview Cemetery, Chicopee, MA. He has reference number RLT # 638.38136 Lafayette was a builder.15771 He was an undertaker.15771 Parents: Urijah TEMPLE-1143 and Harriet PIERCE-1590.

Spouse: Ann E. BOURKE-2246. Ann E. BOURKE and Lafayette TEMPLE were married in 1849.15771,15775 Children were: Ella N. TEMPLE-2248, Oscar Willis (Oscar) TEMPLE-2249, Edward L. (Eddie) TEMPLE-2250.

Spouse: Mary E. SMITH-2247. Mary E. SMITH and Lafayette TEMPLE were married on 12 December 1865 in Chicopee, Hampden, MA.15771,15775 Children were: Mary L. TEMPLE-2251.

Lafayette TEMPLE was born in 1846 in Williamson Co., TN.110181 He died on 17 March 1922 at the age of 76 in Warren Co., TN.110181 Died of an unknown disease coupled with senility. It seems he was not well taken care of in his final years, as the doctor had been attending him since 1920. Buried in Hopewell Cemetery, Warren Co., TN. He shows up in no censuses, yet was said in his death certificate to be the son of Jerry Temple. Only one Jerry Temple was in TN, that being Jeremiah, but why Lafayette was never found with his siblings is unknown. It may have something to do with his father's early death. Parents: Jeremiah (Jerry) TEMPLE-52831 and Jemima UNGER-52832.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-91279. UNKNOWN and Lafayette TEMPLE were married.

LaFayette TEMPLE was born on 27 February 1865 in Wheeling, Guernsey, OH.2278,8818,15502,36931,36932,36933,36934,36935,36939,51715 He appeared in the census in July 1870 in Wheeling, Guernsey, OH.8818 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Wheeling, Guernsey, OH.15502 In June 1900 LaFayette was a farmer in Wheeling, Guernsey, OH.36933 Between 1908 and 1911 he was a County Commissioner in Guernsey Co., OH.31862,110182 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Wheeling, Guernsey, OH.36934 In January 1920 LaFayette was a farmer in Wheeling, Guernsey, OH.36932 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Wheeling, Guernsey, OH.36939 He moved in 1936 in Cambridge, Guernsey, OH.110183 LaFayette appeared in the census in April 1940 in Cambridge, Guernsey, OH.36935 He died on 3 April 1948 at the age of 83 in Guernsey Co., OH.2278,36931 Buried in Kimbolton Cemetery, Liberty Township, OH. He has reference number RLT # U1428.9724 Parents: William D. TEMPLE-24591 and Martha Jane LANNING-24595.

Spouse: Ella Mariah (Ella) GIBSON-31590. Ella Mariah (Ella) GIBSON and LaFayette TEMPLE were married on 18 May 1892 in Guernsey Co., OH.31862,36930,36933,36934,36939 Children were: Paul Hamilton (Paul) TEMPLE-31603, Grace Ella TEMPLE-31604, TEMPLE-31591, John LaFayette (John) TEMPLE-31605, TEMPLE-83455, Foster Gibson (Foster) TEMPLE-31606, Edythe Jane (Edythe) TEMPLE-31607, William Dwight (Dwight) TEMPLE-31608.

Spouse: Ella Frame MILLER-44409. Ella Frame MILLER and LaFayette TEMPLE were married on 29 July 1929 in Guernsey Co., OH.58611