Lafayette TEMPLE27686 was born on 4 December 1898 in Copiah Co., MS.27687,27688,110184 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Natchez, Adams, MS.27688 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Wesson, Copiah, MS.110184 The census is fouled up, as he is enumerated at the start of a sheet, without precursor, as a grandson, but his grandfather does not appear. Lafayette died on 20 July 1913 at the age of 14 in Copiah Co., MS.27687 Buried in Wesson Cemetery, Crystal Springs, Copiah, MS. Parents: James Dwyer (James) TEMPLE-18909 and Lucy Belle (Lula) DAVIS-18962.

Lafayette TEMPLE (private).6603

Spouse: Kathryn Marie NYGAARD-146174.

Lafayette (Lafe) TEMPLE110185 was born on 5 April 1842 in Withamsville, Clermont, OH.465,5274,5275,5276,6894,16287,16675,16676,45031,110185 Gave his age as 26 in 1870. He appeared in the census in October 1850 in Ohio Twp., Clermont, OH.16287 He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Pierce, Clermont, OH.5274 In June 1870 Lafayette was a farmer in Pierce, Clermont, OH.5275 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Pierce, Clermont, OH.5276 In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Union Twp., Clermont, OH.16675 In April 1910 Lafayette was a farmer in Union Twp., Clermont, OH.16676 He died on 23 January 1916 at the age of 73 in Withamsville, Clermont, OH.110185,110186 Buried in Mount Moriah Cemetery, Withomsville, Clermont, OH. He has reference number RLT # 72.3624 Though married, no record of wife's name. Died without male issue. Parents: Nathaniel TEMPLE-4477 and Mary (Polly) BRADBURY-4555.

Spouse: Caroline B. (Carrie) BRAZIER-31560. Caroline B. (Carrie) BRAZIER and Lafayette (Lafe) TEMPLE were married on 11 December 1865 in Clermont Co., OH.465,6894,16676 Children were: Maude H. TEMPLE-45416.

Lafayette Parker TEMPLE Sr. was born on 14 September 1878 in Cooperstown, Otsego, NY.9189,54223,84473,110187 Birth certificate of LPT Jr. listed age as 32 at last birthday, which would have made birth year 1879. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Mauston, Juneau, WI.9189 He was educated in 1896 in Washington, DC.110188 Between 1903 and 1925 Lafayette was a Temple School of Shorthand & Typewriting in Washington, DC.110189 School letterhead shows address to have been The Kimball Building, over the B&O Office and opposite Riggs House, 1417 G Street, NW, D.C. in 1909. He lived in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD in 1906.110190 Between 1907 and 1922 he was an Official Stenographer, Supreme Bench of Baltimore City in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD.110188,110191 In April 1910 Lafayette was a court reporter in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD.54223 He lived 4408 Main Avenue in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD in 1911. Between 1922 and 1925 he was an Official Reporter, United States Court in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD.110192 Lafayette lived 903 Falls Road Terrace in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD between 1922 and 1925. He was ill with lost kidney on 28 September 1924 in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD.110193 He was ill with pneumonia in May 1925 in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD.110194 Reported by Miss Madeline Giles, an Elective Member of the Board of the NSRA in her memorial tribute to Temple. Lafayette died on 10 August 1925 at the age of 46 in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD.110195 Died in Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, MD. He died due to complications drom kidney cancer that had metastisized. Buried in family plot, Druid Ridge Cemetery, Pikesville, MD.

At time of death, family lived at 903 Falls Road Terrace, Baltimore. At his wake in this home, one memorial testimony cited "judges of the local and federal courts, officers of The American Bar Association, prominent attorneys of Baltimore, fellow shorthand reporters, associates and employees. Among those present were: George A. McBride, former President of the National Shorthand Reporters Association, Herman H. Pechin, another former NSRA President, Edward I. Berry, Vice President of the NSRA, Arthur J. Munro, former Vice President of the NSRA, and Lafayette Parker's associate, Theodore A. Rettaliata.

Three sides of the large living room in which the casket reposed were covered with flowers, and it took three cars to take all the flowers to the Cemetery. He was named after La Fayette Parker. He was named for his mother's uncle, who had either one or two daughters, but neither of whom apparently survived past 1878. The family story, for which there is little doubt, is that La Fayette Parker had no surviving male issue, and wanted his name to live on. In fact, it would appear that his last surviving daughter (or perhaps only daughter) died before 1878. He offered Ellen Kathleen Parker $500 to name her next male child after him, which she did. Founded Temple Business Schools in 1903 (known then as Temple School of Shorthand and Typewriting), along with Mrs. S.A. Wilmot-Huish and Mrs. Caroline B. Stephen - newspaper article, 17 Aug 1925, Washington Post.

Lived at 4408 Main Avenue in Baltimore when son, Lafayette Parker Temple Jr born in Washington DC. - Per Birth Certificate.

Went to Washington DC in 1896 to study architecture & became a mechanical draftsman.

1898 became a stenographer.

Moved to Baltimore in 1906.
Member of Mount Moriah Lodge, # 116 A.F. & A.M.

Known for his even temper, good nature and humor, and ability to entertain with anecdotes as well as be very persuasive when speaking. One memorial said "His smile was winsome, his personality was magnetic. To meet him was to like him, and to know him was to love
him. Always quick to forgive, slow to offend, he never had an enemy."

He was a renowned after dinner speaker and humorist, often speaking in the final position of an evening's entertainment. Some of his engagements were:

The Maryland Society of Delaware, 11th Annual Dinner, 12 Mar 1925;
Twenty-eighth Annual Banquet of the Dutchess County Society of New York City, 19 Jan 1924;
Twenty-seventh Annual Banquet of the Dutchess County Society of New York City, 13 Jan 1923 (where he shared the speaking duties with Major Fiorello La Guardia);
Twenty-Ninth Annual Banquet of the Real Estate Board of New York, 7 Feb 1925 (where he shared speaking duties with Alfred E. Smith);
The Philadelphia Stock Exchange Dinner, 11 May 1922;
Ninth Annual Dinner of the Orange County Society of New York City, 19 Jan 1924.
Kiwanis Ladies' Night, 22 Feb 1924;
Fourth Annual Banquet of the New Jersey Industrial Lenders Association, 19 Mar 1925;
Ninth Annual Banquet of the Pennsylvania Industrial Lenders Association, 3 Dec 1924 Parents: George Aldrich (George) TEMPLE-12 and Ellen Kathleen (Kate) PARKER-13.

Spouse: Cora Louise (Louise) LUMSDEN-5087. Cora Louise (Louise) LUMSDEN and Lafayette Parker TEMPLE Sr. were married on 31 August 1904 in Washington, DC.54223,54233,54234 Married by Rev. John Schick Children were: Phillips Lumsden TEMPLE-50, Louise Ernestine (Ernestine) TEMPLE-56, Lafayette Parker (Pick) TEMPLE Jr.-2, Marjorie L. TEMPLE-57.

Lt. Colonel Lafayette Parker TEMPLE III (private). Parents: Lafayette Parker (Pick) TEMPLE Jr.-2 and Jeannette Beatrice (Jeannette) FRIEDMAN-5088.

Spouse: Betty June HORTON-5089. Children were: Patricia Lynn TEMPLE-3, Christina Lee TEMPLE-4.

Lafayette Parker (Pick) TEMPLE Jr. was born on 20 January 1911 in Washington, DC.35399,35401,54233,110196 Birth Certificate, Record Number 169819. Born in Columbia Hospital at 12:20 am. Permanent address listed as 4408 Main Avenue in Baltimore.

Name not filled in, and name of LPT Jr not registered until 5 Apr 1911. He was baptized on 25 January 1912 in Forest Park, Baltimore, MD.110197 He was educated before 1925. In his own words, "Pick, a precocious child, started in public school in Baltimore at the age of five, but was removed from school to wait another year, after he kept the other youngsters in the class highly amused with his imitations of animal noises during class! The teacher decided that though precocious he was still too young to enter first grade.
"The following year, he was entered in a private school for boys, the Boys' Latin School in Baltimore, where he remained through the sixth grade with only minor skirmishes resulting from his effervescent personality!
"He then attended Roland Park Public School for the seventh grade. Upon completion of this year, Pick was so well grounded in his school work that he was able to skip the eighth grade entirely and entered his first year of high school at St. Paul's School in Baltimore. Four years later, he was graduated at the head of his class and at the same time, received the "best all-round athlete" award and the school's "good fellowship" aware made by the Alumni Association of the school. He received additional prizes for highest over-all standing in the school, along with the English Composition and mathematics prizes. Lafayette learning the guitar about 1927. In his own words, "It was during his attendance at St. Paul's as a boarding student after his father's death in 1925, where he began to learn to play the ukulele from several friends.
"Pick helped work his way through high school by waiting on tables and serving in the church. On his day off, he often worked part time selling sheet music in a local music store. It was while working in the music store that he heard a fellow play a six-string guitar. It brought back memories of his father who used to play a guitar when Pick was very young. It made the ukulele sound like a hunk of tin. The guitar player explained to Pick that the first four strings of the six string Spanish guitar are chorded exactly as a ukulele is chorded. Then the remaining two strings are used to supply additional bass notes. This was a revelation to Pick who promptly took a guitar off the shelves of the music store, and in slack moments, practiced on it, learning simple arrangements of Stephen Foster melodies from an instruction book. Pick could not read music but he studied the chord diagrams in the book and learned to apply them strictly by ear, and to sing or hum the melody of the songs as he strummed the guitar. It was fun, even though hard on the finger tips at first.
"In 1926, Pick took his Christmas money and bought his first guitar at Montgomery-Ward's for $6.75. From that time on, he sought out anyone who could sing a song that he could learn. He learned most of the popular tunes of the day and many ballads which, he found out may years later, were folk songs. There were boys at the school from many different states and since it was a choir school, most of them sang. Thus, Pick learned all the songs that young folks from many different areas brought with them. Railroad songs, mountain songs, comic songs, tragic songs, etc." He served in the military on 27 June 1929 in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD.110198 In the Navy, enlisted 27 Jun 1929 and left 14 Feb 1930, served in Norfolk, VA. Service Number 257-95-30 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD.54233 Between 1933 and 1935 Lafayette was a Statistical Clerk for Census Bureau in Washington, DC. Worked as temporary clerk 1933-1935. Between 1935 and 1937 he was a Supervisor, 1935 Census of Business in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.110199 Between 1937 and 1953 he was a Permanent Civil Service appointment in Washington, DC.110199 Lafayette lived 7611 Georgia Avenue, apartment 305 in Washington, DC in 1938.110200 In April 1940 he was a census bureau clerk in Washington, DC.35399 In October 1940 he was an employee of Census Bureau in Washington, DC.35402 Lafayette lived 2065B 38th Street, SE in Washington, DC between 1942 and 1946. He lived 2065A 38th Street, SE in Washington, DC between 1946 and 1952.110199 Between 1948 and 1962 he was a television performer in Washington, DC.110199 Beginning 9 Jun 1948, on a part time basis while still employed in the Census Bureau, he wrote, produced and performed 8 weekly television shows on folk music for WTTG, in Washington, DC. For each 15 minute show, he received $ 25. On 26 Sep 1948, he began performing as a folk singer and actor for 13 shows on WMAR TV in Baltimore, MD, again with 15 minute shows for $ 25 each. He moved briefly to radio, where he began, on 14 Oct 1948, writing, producing and performing 23 weekly radio shows for WTOP radio. These 15 minute radio shows paid $ 40 each. Beginning 28 Jan 1951 he started a series of TV shows on WTOP TV as a cowboy master of ceremonies and folk singer. This show began to include children guests whom he interviewed. He supervised games for the children, and also sang with them. He performed 253 such shows during the year, and also made numerous personal appearances. This was when his popularity began to take off. His approximate income at the time was $ 7000 annually. By 1952, the shows had increased to 7 days a week. He began doing a major portion of the production and writing, as well as performing and doing an increasing number of personal appearances. He had been asked to record a number of folk songs from his repertoire for the Archive of American Folk Lore at the Library of Congress in 1947, he had by 1952 gained a reputation as an authority in the field of folk music. This fact generated a series of adult lectures by him on the subject. In Nov 1952, he went on leave from the Government and became a full time worker in the entertainment and public relations for his new sponsor, Giant Foods, Inc. He did 360 shows that year, for an income of $ 18, 000.

In 1953, he continued as cowboy master of ceremonies and folk singer, as well as producer and writer of his TV shows. He did 362 shows that year. He finally resigned from the Census Bureau on 5 Oct 1953 when it became clear that the show would probably continue to succeed. Under the auspices of Giant Food, he undertook as a community service a series of lectures in the elementary school assemblies throughout the Washington Metro area. He prepared all his own material for these lectures, selected the subjects in conference with the various school boards in the area. The purpose of these lectures was to encourage young people to become better citizens by a fuller use of their talents and opportunities. He averaged 4 or 5 talks to school assemblies every school week, thus reaching many thousands of children both on and off the air. On the TV show he began to use puppet characters in the body of the show for commercials and general fun. He wrote all the material and pre-recorded the voices for the puppets on tape. This added dimension to the show and more work for him in a very crowded schedule by that time. His salary rose to $ 28,000.

During 1954, these activities continued and expanded, as he rendered public relations work to the services he performed for Giant. He attended and spoke at banquets, civic meetings, trade association meetings where he explained the philosophy behind the successful Giant Food program. That year, he produced and performed 360 shows, with a raise in pay to $ 40,000.

During 1955, he continued public relations work for Giant, and wrote, produced and performed as the cowboy master of ceremonies and as a folk singer on 351 shows. He prepared and expanded material on good citizenship in his lectures, delivering more than 150 lectures in the Washington area that year. His salary rose again to $ 46,000.

1956 saw him continue these same activities, and he appeared on 358 shows, as well as delivering 218 lectures. He also recorded an album of folk songs for RCA-Victor. His salary rose again to $52,000.

In 1957, this same set of activities continued, with 308 TV shows and 250 lectures. So successful had the public relations campaign for Giant become that it gained national attention, and was written up in several national magazines. The lower number of shows reflected the elimination of the Sunday show from the schedule. His income rose to $ 53,000.

The TV show moved to WTTG in 1958, though he continued to work for Giant in all the lines he had been serving. That year, he performed on 310 shows originating from the WTTG studios on the top floor of the Raleigh Hotel in Washington, DC, and delivered 247 lectures. The following year, he continued with 312 shows, and 240 lectures. In 1960. Giant again moved him, this time to WMAL TV, and reduced the show frequency to 5 days a week. He delivered more than 200 school lectures, and recorded another record for Prestige-International records. His salary was $ 53,000.

In 1961, the work for Giant continued with 270 shows and 200 lectures. He helped plan and organize a western frontier town amusement park in Fairfax County, VA, and named it "Old Virginia City." (It is presently taken over by a Costco and Home Depot complex.) He lent his name to the early American vintage steam train, the "Pick Temple Railroad," and operated as an engineer on the weekends, which was a thrill for such an avid steam railroad fan. For this latter work his compensation was $50 per day and 15% of the weekly gross of the railroad. He also made two trips to Hollywood to appear in the Rifleman TV series with Chuck Connors, for Four Star Productions. Giant cut back the air time of the TV show to half an hour, 5 days a week, and cut his salary to $ 42,000. This cut back had been part of Giant's long planned advertising policy.

By 1962, Giant had accomplished its original purpose of becoming a leading food chain, and had begun to further expand their operation to include general merchandise. They opened a number of Super Giant Discount Centers, including non-food items such as refrigerators, rugs, bedding, etc. The advertising approach was no longer through children and it was deemed wise to change their advertising from television to newspapers. The heavy expense of the children's show was no longer economically feasible. As of 1 Jan 1962, Giant took the TV show off the air, causing a considerable public relations problem because the public had become so accustomed to the show that they became quite vocal over its disappearance. He spent the first two months of 1962 in the delicate public relations task of helping Giant assuage the feelings of outraged customers by writing letters, phoning and even personal visits to complainants, explaining the necessity for the change and protecting Giant's good name. Having been so completely identified with Giant over the pervious 9 years, it was not feasible to expect any other sponsor in the area to foot the bill to continue the show. Giant and he had done too good a job of talent-sponsor identification. By the end of the show that year, his salary had been $ 32,000. In April 1950 Lafayette was a Census Bureau statistician in Washington, DC.35401 He lived 124 Fleetwood Terrace in Silver Spring, Montgomery, MD between 1952 and 1954.110201 This house was where we originally took ownership of Lady, our pet and showdog, and where Lady had her pups. He lived 9604 Old Spring Road in Kensington, Montgomery, MD between 1954 and 1962. Lafayette lived 311 Hidden River Road in Penn Valley, Narberth, Montgomery, PA between 1962 and 1965. In 1962/3 he was a television performer in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.110199 Having come to the end of the feasible run of his show in Washington, DC, he undertook a similar show on WFIL TV in Philadelphia, PA on weekend mornings. He wrote, produced and performed 32 such shows during 1962. This continued into 1963, as the show ran through the summer of 1963. He then retired from the business, because, in his words, "Things were not the same." Between 1965 and 1972 he was an Audio Visual Specialist, Office of Economic Opportunity in Washington, DC. Lafayette lived 8301 Aqueduct Road in Potomac, Montgomery, MD between 1966 and 1972. He lived 9425 Rolling Hills Drive in Sun City, Maricopa, AZ between 1972 and 1991. He died on 21 December 1991 at the age of 80 in Sun City, Maricopa, AZ.110202 Died of the effects of smoking. His autopsy said his lungs were mostly non-functional and honeycombed. He had also been suffering from repeated mini-strokes. Cremated. Had the same personality characteristics of his father. He had no enemies, and few who were only friends - when people met him, they loved him. There were few who were uncommitted to his charm and magnetic personality. Parents: Lafayette Parker TEMPLE Sr.-11 and Cora Louise (Louise) LUMSDEN-5087.

Spouse: Jeannette Beatrice (Jeannette) FRIEDMAN-5088. Jeannette Beatrice (Jeannette) FRIEDMAN and Lafayette Parker (Pick) TEMPLE Jr. were married on 20 February 1937 in New York City, New York, NY.35404,35405 Claimed not to be married until 1937 to protect their jobs at the Census Bureau. Either Pick or Jeannette altered their wedding records to show an earlier date, but NY marriage records put the date on 20 Feb 1937. Jeannette was was already pregnant, and this was a story the family kept secret, but it caused friction among her siblings and with his parents. Children were: Faye Ilaine TEMPLE-38, TEMPLE-93672, Lt. Colonel Lafayette Parker TEMPLE III-1.

Spouse: Muriel Charlotte FOX-73. Muriel Charlotte FOX and Lafayette Parker (Pick) TEMPLE Jr. were married on 9 October 1931 in Towson, Baltimore, MD.34847 They34847 were divorced on 15 January 1932 in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD.34848 Sources include letter to Mrs. LPT Sr. from lawyer, Paul A. Sullivan, describing initial contact with Mrs. Westcott and her daughter, Muriel C. Temple on 28 Oct 1931. On 4 Dec 1931, the Circuit Court issued a Stipulation about costs, in which LPT Jr would pay Muriel C. Temple $100 in lieu of alimony and pay the $75 costs of Muriel's attorney. Sources include letter of transmittal of final decree, from lawyer Sullivan, on 19 Jan 1932, the day before his 21st birthday.

Laird M. TEMPLE was born in 1864 in Canada.110203 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Alameda, Alameda, CA.110203 His parents were both from Canada.

Lake Lazar (Lake) TEMPLE Sr. was born on 8 February 1894 in Greenfield, Greene, IL.5862,37078,37861,110204,110205 He served in the military between 1917 and 1919.37862 At present, his WW1 service is known only from his obituary. In 1917 he was a chauffeur in Alton, Madison, IL.110204 In January 1920 Lake was an automobile machinist in Alton, Madison, IL.37078 In April 1930 he was an automobile salesman in Chicago, Cook, IL.37861 In 1942 he was a self employed in Chicago, Cook, IL.5862 Lake lived in Leesburg, Lake, FL after 1957.37862 He died on 6 September 1961 at the age of 67 in Leesburg, Lake, FL.23,37862 Parents: Sylvester Collins (Vessie) TEMPLE-47004 and Callie GILCHRIST-47007.

Spouse: Ethel GOODNER-53449. Ethel GOODNER and Lake Lazar (Lake) TEMPLE Sr. were married in 1921 in IL.37861 Children were: Lake Lazar (Lake) TEMPLE Jr.-53444.

Lake Lazar (Lake) TEMPLE Jr. was born on 28 February 1927 in Chicago, Cook, IL.37861,110206,110207 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Chicago, Cook, IL.37861 He served in the military in 1945/6.110208 Dates approximate. At the time of his registration for the draft on 17 May 1946, he was a discharged veteran, but no further information was provided. Lake lived 2202 East 68th Street in Chicago, Cook, IL on 17 May 1946.110208 He lived in IL before 1951.110209 He died on 4 January 1995 at the age of 67 in Lake Co., FL.110206,110209 The 1930 census seems to indicate he was an adopted son, but this may just be an overwritten letter and an error. Parents: Lake Lazar (Lake) TEMPLE Sr.-53445 and Ethel GOODNER-53449.

Lakesha TEMPLE (private). Parents: Clyde TEMPLE Sr.-184011 and Helen WILSON-184019.

Spouse: BUSH-184024.

Lalia (Lalie) TEMPLE was born on 29 May 1900 in Wake Co., NC.13037,45333,52992,110210 She appeared in the census in April 1910 in Little River, Wake, NC.45333 She lived in Zebulon, Wake, NC in 1920.13037 Lalia appeared in the census in January 1920 in Little River, Wake, NC.52992 She died on 31 December 1975 at the age of 75 in Middlesex, Johnston, NC.110210,110211 Buried in Friendship Free Will Baptist Church Cemetery, Johnston Co., NC. Parents: James Henry (Jesse/Henry) TEMPLE(S)-17089 and Sarah Helen PEARCE-44799.

Spouse: J. Vernon BELL-76916. Lalia (Lalie) TEMPLE and J. Vernon BELL were married on 11 December 1920 in Little River, Wake, NC.13037 Children were: Ru-Dean BELL-100498.

Lamar TEMPLE was born in May 1860 in Elyria, Lorain, OH.1977,24762 He appeared in the census in July 1860 in Elyria, Lorain, OH.24762 In June 1880 he was a tinner in Elyria, Lorain, OH.1977 Lamar died. Parents: William H. TEMPLE-119436 and Lucinda M. COON-119437.

Lamar TEMPLE (private).68473 Parents: William Clark (Clark) TEMPLE-43310 and Cora Lou QUINN-79943.

Lamar Eugene TEMPLE45616 was born on 29 December 1936 in Hermitage, Bradley, AR.95036,110212 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Sumpter, Bradley, AR.95036 He lived 4203 Beggs Street in Houston, Harris, TX in 1962.110213 Lamar died on 29 March 1992 at the age of 55 in Youngsville, Lafayette, LA.110214,110215 Buried in Saint Anne Cemetery, Youngsville, LA. Parents: Eugene Wylie (Buddy) TEMPLE-20899 and Ruby Elizabeth (Elizabeth) TIDWELL-55473.

Spouse: Marion Dorothy (Mary Ann) HUGHES-103632. Marion Dorothy (Mary Ann) HUGHES and Lamar Eugene TEMPLE were married. Children were: Angela TEMPLE-103633, Ramona TEMPLE-103634, Eva TEMPLE-103635.

Spouse: Virginia Ann -109766. Virginia Ann and Lamar Eugene TEMPLE were married on 27 April 1962 in Houston, Harris, TX.7472

Lamar Hayes TEMPLE was born on 12 July 1946 in Killeen, Bell, TX.110216,110217 He served in the military in 1967 in Vietnam.110216 Promoted posthumously to corporal in the Army, serving with the 1st Platoon, B Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division. He died on 16 August 1967 at the age of 21 in Vietnam.110216,110217,110218 His Veteran's Headstone application was annotated that his death was from non-hostile causes. Buried in Killeen City Cemetery, Killeen, TX. Parents: Andrew J. TEMPLE-183087 and Rosie Lee HOWARD-183088.

Lamar Richard TEMPLE was born on 21 April 1926 in Springfield, Clark, OH.23554,53258,110219,110220 He put the date in 1927 when he married Dolores Coe. He served in the military between 1942 and 1945.110221 Dates approximate. Served in the Navy in World War II as a seaman first class. In June 1946 he was a shipping laborer in Springfield, Clark, OH.23554 Lamar lived in Springfield, Clark, OH in 1967.23555 He lived 339 Forest Avenue in Springfield, Clark, OH in January 1968.10192 In January 1968 he was a truck driver in Springfield, Clark, OH.10192 Lamar died on 14 July 2003 at the age of 77 in Springfield, Clark, OH.53258,110220,110222 Buried in Calvary Cemetery, Springfield, Clark, OH. Parents: Elwood Ricard (Elwood) TEMPLE-46448 and Grace M. KEIFER-91920.

Spouse: Dolores Jean COE-76026. Dolores Jean COE and Lamar Richard TEMPLE were married on 29 June 1946 in Springfield, Clark, OH.23554,23555 They23554,23555 were divorced on 4 December 1967 in Clark Co., OH.10192,23555 Divorce granted on basis of gross neglect or extreme cruelty. At the time of the divorce, they had 6 minor children. Case # 64461. Children were: Dorothy (Dotty) TEMPLE-53637, David L. TEMPLE-53632, Richard B. TEMPLE-53631, Shirley TEMPLE-53635, John TEMPLE-53633, Carolyn TEMPLE-53634, Marilyn TEMPLE-53636.

Spouse: Virginia Lois (Virginia) LITTLE-53630. Virginia Lois (Virginia) LITTLE and Lamar Richard TEMPLE were married on 31 January 1968 in Champaign Co., OH.10192

Lamarr TEMPLE (private). Parents: Preston Carroll TEMPLE II-60901 and UNKNOWN-115610.

Spouse: Brenda -115620.

Lammerdina Siebelina (Limaertra) TEMPLE11059 was born on 1 April 1858 in Rasquert, Baflo, Groningen, Netherlands.15560,110223 She immigrated before 1868. She appeared in the census in August 1870 in Muskegon, Muskegon, MI.15560 Lammerdina died on 11 July 1873 at the age of 15 in Muskegon, Muskegon, MI.110224 Buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Muskegon, MI. Parents: Sijbolt Hindriks (Siebolt/Seymore) TEMPEL-50837 and Martje Pieters (Minnie/Mary) VOS-21571.

Lamont TEMPLE110225 was born on 20 January 1952.110226 He lived in IL in 1967.110226 He died in October 1986 at the age of 34 in Millstadt, St. Clair, IL.110226 Buried in Sunset Gardens of Memory, Millstadt, IL.

Lana C. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Bradley D. PLOTZ-164411.

Lana Christine TEMPLE (private).3583 Parents: David William TEMPLE-45263 and Jean -45267.

Spouse: Bradley PLOTZ-45273.

Lana Faye TEMPLE was born on 17 November 1953 in Regina Co., Saskatchewan, Canada.15092,110227 Her obituary gave 1949. She lived in Poulsbo, Kitsap, WA before 2005.15092,110228 She died on 16 August 2005 at the age of 51 in King Co., WA.15092,110228,110229 Her obituary said the place was Kitsap, but WA death records say King Co. Parents: Lavern TEMPLE-113206 and Vivian EDWARDS-113207.

Spouse: David MC REYNOLDS-113209.

Lana Laroche TEMPLE was born on 17 September 1941.110230,110231 She died on 16 January 1997 at the age of 55 in Martin Co., FL.110230 Temple may not have been her maiden name.

Lance TEMPLE (private). Parents: Dwight G. TEMPLE-64010 and Kathryn B. (Kathy) BRIGGS-64014.

Lance TEMPLE (private). Parents: Richard Oliver TEMPLE Sr.-81063 and Sonya (Sunny) TONJES-102347.

Lance TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Tami -159644.

Lance C. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Courtney Lynn CUSHMAN-145152.

Lance Corvair TEMPLE (private).103625 Parents: James A. TEMPLE-182024 and UNKNOWN-182025.

Lance David TEMPLE (private). Parents: David Lee (Dave) TEMPLE-105769 and Kathy Lynn -105774.

Lance Euell TEMPLE (private).971

Spouse: Lisa Waleen THOMAS-159343. Children were: Brittany Marie TEMPLE-159077, Kaitlin Leeann TEMPLE-159508, Ryan TEMPLE-180397.

Lance Marion TEMPLE was born on 20 September 1952 in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.86004,110232,110233 He claimed the place was Four Oaks, NC in his SSAN application. He lived in NC in 1967.110234 He died on 16 November 2000 at the age of 48 in Zebulon, Wake, NC.86004,110234 Buried in Bethel Original Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery, Four Oaks, NC. Parents: Earnest Hugh (Hudie) TEMPLE-40549 and Geraldine BENSON-61561.

Spouse: Karen Arlene JACKSON-61559. Children were: Christopher Lance TEMPLE-61560, Casey TEMPLE-65053, Noah TEMPLE-65054.

Spouse: Vickie Lane PARTIN-61563.

Lance McDonald TEMPLE32620,32846 was born on 5 November 1949.32844,110235 He lived in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT in 2015.56765 He died on 26 June 2018 at the age of 68 in Salt Lake Co., UT.110235 Buried in Mountain View Memorial Estates Cemetery, Cottonwood Heights, UT. Parents: Keith Robert (Keith) TEMPLE-63687 and Ruth Patricia (Patricia) MC DONALD-79217.

Spouse: Janice Lynne FAILS-118676. Janice Lynne FAILS and Lance McDonald TEMPLE were married on 26 November 1975 in Los Angeles Co., CA.32844 Children were: Erin Lynne TEMPLE-118679, Morgan Lance TEMPLE-118680.

Spouse: Peggy -103016.

Lance Neil TEMPLE (private).110236 Parents: William Rex TEMPLE-159037 and Debbie Joe WILLIAMS-159038.

Lance Wade TEMPLE (private).20051 Parents: Jackson Clyde TEMPLE-48991 and Marlena Faye CALDWELL-48992.

Lancelot Alexander (Lance) TEMPLE13644 was born on 8 June 1939 in Meadow Lake, Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Canada.110237 He died on 3 June 2019 at the age of 79 in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada.110237 Buried in City of Grande Prairie Cemetery, Grande Prairie, AB. Possibly related to Roland and Winifred Temple, also of Grande Prairie, AB, and based on similar timing. If so, he's probably a nephew. Parents: William Nelson TEMPLE-64712 and Evelyn Martha CRAIG-127545.

Spouse: Madelaine Georgette BERUBE-127577. Madelaine Georgette BERUBE and Lancelot Alexander (Lance) TEMPLE were married on 19 July 1951 in Canada.13644 Children were: Leanne Evelyn TEMPLE-127578, Shannon Claire TEMPLE-127579, Nicole Louise TEMPLE-127580.

Lancie TEMPLE was born in 1900 in OH.1490 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Rockford, Mercer, OH.1490 Parents: TEMPLE-140042 and SWARTZ-140043.

Landa LaRee TEMPLE (private).47188

Spouse: Michael H. JENSEN-145154.

Landa Meredith TEMPLE (private). Parents: Donn Philip TEMPLE-3625 and Sylvia GODSOE-3646.

Landis McNeil TEMPLE110238 was born on 9 April 1923 in Sanford, Lee, NC.29354,45374,57645,67254,110239 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in West Sanford, Lee, NC.29354 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in West Sanford, Lee, NC.57645 Landis served in the military between 1942 and 1945.67254,110240 He enlisted in the Reserves on 1 Dec 1942 in Raleigh, NC, as a private assigned to the Judge Advocate General's Department. He was deferred until Jun 1945. Served in the Army earning a Purple Heart in France. Specific ranks, units, locations and dates unknown. Service # 14148235. He lived in Sanford, Lee, NC in 1942.110241 In June 1942 he was an employee of Gunn Veneering Plant in Sanford, Lee, NC.110242 Landis died on 28 December 2008 at the age of 85 in Raleigh, Wake, NC.67254 Buried in Montlawn Memorial Park, Raleigh, NC. His brother's obituary said he had two sisters-in-law, Dorothy Reade Temple and Jean Harrington Putnam. It may be that Jean was a first wife of Landis. Parents: Walter Eugene (Walter) TEMPLE Sr.-23766 and Mary Lois (Lois) MC NEILL-23772.

Spouse: Dorothy Alderman READE-33548. Dorothy Alderman READE and Landis McNeil TEMPLE were married on 21 June 1947 in Atkinson, Pender, NC.45374,67255 Children were: Allen Richard (Richie) TEMPLE-33551, John Walter TEMPLE-33552, Stephen Landis (Steve) TEMPLE-33553.

Landon TEMPLE (private).942 Parents: Carl (Ron) TEMPLE Jr.-181283 and Melissa DUBOIS-181286.

Landon Scott (Butch) TEMPLE Jr.27325 was born on 1 March 1945 in Richmond City, VA.32764,110243,110244 He lived in VA before 1963.110243 He lived in Greenville, Pitt, NC in 1967.32764 Landon died on 24 March 2011 at the age of 66 in Richmond City, VA.110243,110245 Buried in Emporia Cemetery, Richmond, VA. He was an owner of Landon's Landscapes.110245 He was the informant on his father's death certificate. Parents: Landon Scott (Landon) TEMPLE Sr.-22517 and Pearl Eunice NASH-22523.

Spouse: Lorraine Dale (Dale) ECHOLS-78662. Children were: Brandon Alfred NASH-78663.

Spouse: Grace Louise EWELL-51917.

Landon Scott (Landon) TEMPLE Sr.27325 was born on 28 December 1910 in Prince George Co., VA.44748,55181,60873,110246,110247 He appeared in the census in February 1920 in Rives, Prince George, VA.55181 In April 1930 he was an assistant bank cashier in Templeton, Prince George, VA.44748 In April 1940 Landon was a bank manager in Templeton, Prince George, VA.60873 In October 1940 he was an employee of Bank of Southside Virginia in Jarratt, Sussex, VA.55184 He died on 10 September 1988 at the age of 77 in Emporia, Emporia City, VA.110246,110248 Died of lymphona complicated by organic brain syndrome (not further explained). Buried in Emporia Cemetery, Empora, VA. Enumerated near Wellington Temple in 1930. Pearl gave his middle initial as A in 1940. Parents: Robert Henry (Robert) TEMPLE-22504 and Rebecca Peebles MARKS-22514.

Spouse: Pearl Eunice NASH-22523. Pearl Eunice NASH and Landon Scott (Landon) TEMPLE Sr. were married on 28 June 1935 in Blackstone, Nottoway, VA.60876 Children were: Landon Scott (Butch) TEMPLE Jr.-22524.

Lane TEMPLE (private).40988 Parents: Jimmy Dale TEMPLE-70255 and Elizabeth HARRIS-119501.

Spouse: NESBIT-119507.

Lane Steven TEMPLE (private). Parents: Gerald TEMPLE-151138 and Linda -151139.

Spouse: Debbie -151140. Children were: Joshua TEMPLE-151141, Terry TEMPLE-151142.

Spouse: Gena Rae HITCH-143910.

Lanetta J. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Thomas K. TEMPLE-164523.

Lanette TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: James ROE-142996.

Laney Day TEMPLE was born on 16 August 1890 in Davidson Co., NC.10880,50642,50643 She gave Aug 1889 in 1900. She appeared in the census in June 1900 in Reedy Creek, Davidson, NC.50642 She appeared in the census in April 1910 in Reedy Creek, Davidson, NC.50643 Laney died on 2 April 1957 at the age of 66 in Davidson Co., NC.110249 Buried in Beulah United Church of Christ Cemetery, Welcome, Davidson, NC. Parents: Davidson R. TEMPLE-10012 and Mary Ann KOONTZ-10016.

Spouse: Arthur David TUSSEY-25052. Laney Day TEMPLE and Arthur David TUSSEY were married on 20 January 1915 in Davidson Co., NC.10880 Children were: Lula May TUSSEY-68492, Lloyd Harold TUSSEY-68493, Clatie Edna TUSSEY-68494, Ruby TUSSEY-68495, David Arthur TUSSEY-68496, Clyde Holland TUSSEY-68497, Audrey Jean TUSSEY-68498.

Langton Dwayne TEMPLE (private).45943 Parents: TEMPLE-162817 and Sharon A. -162818.

Spouse: Debra Fay HUNTER-148771.

Langton R. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Jessica M. ODUM-148773.

Captain Lanier David TEMPLE73622 was born on 23 October 1902 in Port Gibson, Claiborne, MS.148,73622 Between 1931 and 1958 he was an Alameda County sheriff's department officer.73622 He rose tot he rank of captain. He died on 15 January 1966 at the age of 63 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.148 Parents: Richard J. TEMPLE-183956 and Amy Rebecca Montague MORTON-183206.

Spouse: Ernestine Mitchell SMITH-184353. Ernestine Mitchell SMITH and Captain Lanier David TEMPLE were married.