Levarn Spain TEMPLE (private).6603

Spouse: James Timothy SIMS-146190.

Levi TEMPLE (private). Parents: Joseph Edward TEMPLE Jr.-51531 and Sheila -70009.

Levi TEMPLE (private).111314

Spouse: Elsie ROWE-154637.

Reverend Levi TEMPLE108523 was born in 1751 in Westford, Middlesex, MA.29720,61938 He served in the military in 1775.108484,111315 Private in Capt. Timothy Underwood's company, Col. William Prescott's regiment of Minute Men, which marched in response to the alarm of 19 Apr 1775. Service, 10 days. He also served in Capt. Joshua Parker's company, Col. William Prescott's regiment, rising to the rank of corporal. He was at the Concord fight 19 Apr 1775, and was said to have been at Bunker Hill. Cemetery records say he enlisted 26 Apr 1775, however. Danny Smith reports his autograph on a military document is preserved at the MA archives. He moved before 1790 in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.22890,29720 Levi died in 1821 at the age of 70 in Lisbon, Androscoggin, ME.22176,29720,36790,61938,111315,111316 Danny D. Smith gives place as Montville, ME. Buried in Beaver Hill Cemetery, Freedom, ME, but no trace of the grave remains. He was a Free Will Baptist Minister.61938 Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-840 and Sarah MC KINNEY-910.

Spouse: Rachel NUTTING-1104. Rachel NUTTING and Reverend Levi TEMPLE were married on 10 March 1774 in Westford, Middlesex, MA.11820,61938 Also filed their intention in Westford. Children were: Rachel TEMPLE-29608, James L. TEMPLE-43162, William Wilson TEMPLE-1111, Sarah TEMPLE-1107, Joseph TEMPLE-1110, Levi TEMPLE Jr.-1109, Martha TEMPLE-1105, Stephen TEMPLE-1108, Noah M. TEMPLE-1106.

Levi TEMPLE was born on 20 June 1779.23 Parents: Reuben TEMPLE-134489 and Lydia SYMONDS-134490.

Levi TEMPLE Jr.17962 was born about 1787 in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.9543,17962 He served in the military in 1812. Served as a private in Captain R. Thompson's company in Lt. Col. I Cummings' 4 Reg't Massachusetts Militia. Between 1819 and 1836 he was a Surveyor.9543 Levi died on 23 November 1849 at the age of 62 in Knox, Waldo, ME.23,431,9543,17962 Buried in East Knox (Union) Cemetery, Knox Center, ME. Parents: Reverend Levi TEMPLE-912 and Rachel NUTTING-1104.

Spouse: Lucy BROWN-3462. Lucy BROWN and Levi TEMPLE Jr. were married on 18 July 1811 in Thomaston, Knox, ME.9543,17962 Children were: Lucy W. TEMPLE-3464, Rachel TEMPLE-13093, Joab Brown (Joe) TEMPLE-13095, Joseph TEMPLE-13094, Levi TEMPLE III-3463, Christianna TEMPLE-3495, Josiah F. TEMPLE-3465, Elizabeth TEMPLE-3466, Rosamond P. TEMPLE-30498, Sarah J. TEMPLE-3467.

Levi TEMPLE93306 was born in 1803 in Ewing, Mercer, NJ.5531,65108,65109 Claimed PA in 1870. In August 1850 he was a farmer in Warminster, Bucks, PA.65109 In July 1870 he was a farmer in Warminster, Bucks, PA.5531 Levi died in 1881 at the age of 78 in IL.65108 He has reference number RLT # 331.946 Parents: John TEMPLE-885 and Rachel VAN HORN-1021.

Spouse: Mary Ann (Mary) PHIPPS-1414. Mary Ann (Mary) PHIPPS and Levi TEMPLE were married about 1827.65108 Children were: John S. TEMPLE-1415, Frances Ann D. TEMPLE-1418, Levi TEMPLE-1416, William TEMPLE-1417, Anna TEMPLE-1419, Barzillai R. TEMPLE-1420.

Spouse: Mary Ann -51947. Mary Ann and Levi TEMPLE were married between 1866 and 1870.

Levi TEMPLE62266 was born on 14 February 1805 in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.4729,61827,62266,62267,62268 In August 1850 he was a stonecutter in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.61827,62266,62267 In June 1860 he was a day laborer in Bath, Sagadahoc, ME.62268 Levi lived in Bath, Sagadahoc, ME in 1866.45307 He died on 20 November 1889 at the age of 84 in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.4729,29504,62266 Grave marker gave 1888 for unknown reasons. Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Bath, ME. He has reference number RLT # 1015.10560 The Maine marriage and divorce records give an inconsistent set of dates for his marriage to Eliza Howland for unknown reasons. Parents: William Wilson TEMPLE-1111 and Mindwell M. SMALL-1511.

Spouse: Julia A. OLANTON-3478. Julia A. OLANTON and Levi TEMPLE were married about 1838.4729,62266 Children were: Martha E. TEMPLE-3479, Amelia Mindwell (Mindwell) TEMPLE-3480, William TEMPLE-3481, George Warren (George) TEMPLE Sr.-3482, Benjamin TEMPLE-3483, Charles W. TEMPLE-3484, TEMPLE-53796.

Spouse: Eliza H. HOWLAND-81843. Eliza H. HOWLAND and Levi TEMPLE were divorced in December 1865 in Sagadahoc Co., ME.45308 They45308 were married on 15 August 1866 in Sagadahoc Co., ME.45307

Levi TEMPLE111317 was born on 10 August 1808 in Webster, Penobscot, ME.23,61822,61823,87524,103836,111317 He lived in Lisbon, Androscoggin, ME in 1835.61824 In August 1850 he was a farmer in Webster, Penobscot, ME.61822 In June 1860 Levi was a farmer in Webster, Penobscot, ME.61823 He lived in Bath, Sagadahoc, ME in 1869.61825 He died on 5 December 1869 at the age of 61 in Webster, Penobscot, ME.24737,61825,111317 Buried in Fisher Cemetery, Webster, ME. Levi has reference number RLT # 8Y.10560 Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-1110 and Elizabeth (Betsey) RICKER-1496.

Spouse: Nancy NOWEL-13148. Nancy NOWEL and Levi TEMPLE were married on 5 April 1835 in Lincoln Co., ME.23,3475,61824 Filed intention 8 Mar 1835 in Lisbon, ME. They23,3475,61824 were divorced in April 1859 in Penobscot Co., ME.61826 Children were: Josiah N. TEMPLE-13149.

Levi TEMPLE III111318 was born in 1821 in Montville, Waldo, ME.32103,33637,46020 In 1850 he was a blacksmith in Montville, Waldo, ME.33637,33638 In June 1880 he was a blacksmith in Knox, Waldo, ME.46020 Levi died. He has reference number RLT # 1016.1060 Parents: Levi TEMPLE Jr.-1109 and Lucy BROWN-3462.

Spouse: Nancy P. FILES-3485. Nancy P. FILES and Levi TEMPLE III were married on 31 January 1848 in Brooks, Waldo, ME.4099,32103,33637 Possibly at Brooks, but this is not certain. They4099,32103,33637 were divorced before 1871.32103 Apparently divorced, based on second marriage. Children were: James L. TEMPLE-13521, Frank Lewis (Frank) TEMPLE-13520.

Spouse: Hannah HURD-13522. Hannah HURD and Levi TEMPLE III were married on 1 October 1871 in Knox, Waldo, ME.33064,46021 Intention filed in Knox, Me, 21 Sep 1871. Maine archives records show the year as 1872.

Levi TEMPLE63910 was born in August 1823 in Montville, Waldo, ME.12082,63910,63911,111319 Cemetery records put the date in 1822. In July 1860 he was a farmer in Detroit, Somerset, ME.63911 He served in the military between 1861 and 1865.63910,111319 Danny Smith cites, "...age 36, married, light complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, 5 foot 7, farmer from Detroit, ME, born Montville, ME, enlisted 1 May 1861 and mustered at Rockland, ME, 15 Jun 1861 to serve three years (corporal in Company I, 4th Maine Infantry, later private in Company M, 1st Cavalry). Severely wounded. He was discharged for disability 27 Sep 1861, but reenlisted 25 Aug 1862 for three years service and mustered at Augusta, ME, 2 Sep 1862. Mustered out and honorably discharged 29 Jun 1865 in Washington, DC." Levi died on 30 March 1867 at the age of 43 in Detroit, Somerset, ME.17958,36790,63910,111319 His health was ruined as a result of his severe wounds in the Civil War, which led to his early death. Buried in Clement Cemetery, Detroit, ME, Section A, Lot 20. He has reference number RLT # 1021.33639 Parents: Noah M. TEMPLE-1106 and Abigail (Abbie) HUFF-1519.

Spouse: Mary Samantha (Mary) PATTEN-2182. Mary Samantha (Mary) PATTEN and Levi TEMPLE were married about 1855.17958,63910 Children were: Eugene Bertram (Eugene) TEMPLE-2183, Flora A. TEMPLE-2184, Abbie TEMPLE-38295.

Levi TEMPLE was born in 1834 in IL.1433,46955,46956 Gave his age as 33 in 1870. In October 1850 he was a farmer in Jackson Co., IL.1433 In July 1860 he was a farm laborer in Murphysboro, Jackson, IL.46955 In July 1870 Levi was a farm laborer in Murphysboro, Jackson, IL.46957 He died. He has reference number RLT # N8-3.52349 Parents: James TEMPLE-10003 and Christina\Anna C. -10008.

Spouse: Nancy Ann JARRETT-29387. Nancy Ann JARRETT and Levi TEMPLE were married on 20 March 1855 in Jackson Co., IL.440,1430,4178 Children were: Anna Christina (Ann) TEMPLE-30072, James TEMPLE-30073, Eliza Jane TEMPLE-30093, Belle TEMPLE-30094, Alexander (Alex) TEMPLE-30095, Jennie TEMPLE-50419.

Spouse: Ann PRITCHETT-31408. Ann PRITCHETT and Levi TEMPLE were married on 22 May 1875 in Jackson Co., IL.440 The IL records note the date could be read 23 May.

Levi TEMPLE82100 was born in April 1838 in PA.3734,21209,65109,111320 Gave his age as 29 in 1870. He appeared in the census in August 1850 in Warminster, Bucks, PA.65109 In July 1870 he was a farmer in East Brandywine, Chester, PA.3734 In June 1900 Levi was a farm laborer in Warminster, Bucks, PA.111320 Enumerated on the farm of Jessie and Annie McKinstry, of no known relationship. It is possible, however, that Annie was his sister, with a second husband - but this requires proof. He died after June 1900 at the age of 62 in Warrington, Bucks, PA.21209 He has reference number RLT # 331i.4328 No issue. Parents: Levi TEMPLE-1028 and Mary Ann (Mary) PHIPPS-1414.

Spouse: Josephine -51950. Josephine and Levi TEMPLE were married.

Levi TEMPLE was born in 1845.111321 He served in the military in 1880.111321 Enlisted in the PA National Guard on 3 Aug 1880 as a private in the Keystone Battery, but his last active record was in 1880. In 1880 he was a carpenter in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.111321

Levi TEMPLE was born in 1852 in PA.354 In January 1920 he was a laborer in Lebanon, Lebanon, PA.354 His parents were both from PA.

Spouse: Amelia R. -136177. Amelia R. and Levi TEMPLE were married.

Levi TEMPLE was born in September 1855 in KY.11996 In June 1900 he was a dry goods salesman in Polk, Polk, MO.11996 Enumerated living with his sister Elia's family. Levi's parents were both from KY. Parents: TEMPLE-134040 and UNKNOWN-134041.

Levi TEMPLE was born in September 1861 in WI.5387 In June 1900 he was a day laborer in Wichita, Sedgwick, KS.5387 His parents were both from WI.

Spouse: Mary -148183. Mary and Levi TEMPLE were married in 1881 in WI.5387 Children were: Ruth TEMPLE-148184.

Levi TEMPLE68939 was born in 1873 in IA.23364,23510,34392 Might have been from WI as in 1880, but he claimed IA in 1910. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Lincoln Twp., Cloud, KS.34392 In April 1910 he was a stable hand in Ponca City, Kay, OK.23510 Levi died. Parents: Joab Brown (Joe) TEMPLE-13095 and Isabel Elizabeth (Belle) ROBINSON-43167.

Reverend Levi Daniel (Levi) TEMPLE49107 was born on 18 November 1858 in South Granville, Washington, NY.21359,49107,49108,49109,49111,73503,81129,81130,111322,111323,111324,111325 He appeared in the census in July 1860 in Granville, Washington, NY.73503 He appeared in the census in June 1865 in Granville, Washington, NY.81131 Levi appeared in the census in July 1870 in Hebron, Washington, NY.81129 He moved in 1871 in Granville, Washington, NY.21359 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Granville, Washington, NY.81130 In 1883 Levi was a Pastor, Baptist Church in Lake Geneva, Walworth, WI.21320 In 1890 he was a Pastor, West 33rd Street Church in New York City, New York, NY.21320 In 1895 he was a Pastor in Lansing, Ingham, MI.21320 Levi Sailed to England in July 1896.111326 In 1897 he was a Pastor in Brattleboro, Windham, VT.21320 In June 1900 he was a minister in Flemington, Hunterdon, NJ.49109 Levi an applicant for a passport on 15 June 1900 in Flemington, Hunterdon, NJ.111327 In May 1904 he was a tourist director in Flemington, Hunterdon, NJ.49112 He an applicant for a passport in May 1904 in Flemington, Hunterdon, NJ.49112 Levi Sailed to Ireland in September 1904.111328 He was listed as either unmarried or unknown. In March 1907 he was a tourist agent in Watertown, Middlesex, MA.111324 In April 1910 he was a fruit farmer in Upland, San Bernardino, CA.49111 Levi appeared in the census in January 1920 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.49108 He died on 7 November 1921 at the age of 62 in Ontario, San Bernardino, CA.49107,51776,111329 Buried in Bellevue Cemetery and Mausoleum, Ontario, CA. He was a Minister, lawyer in Flemington, Hunterdon, NJ.49107 Genealogist and author of Some Temple Pedigrees published in 1900. After retirement he went to California to raise oranges. Also conducted group tours to Europe. Parents: Truman TEMPLE-2075 and Sarah WELCH-3015.

Spouse: Sarah Elizabeth KELLUM-3027. Sarah Elizabeth KELLUM and Reverend Levi Daniel (Levi) TEMPLE were married on 14 August 1883 in Chicago, Cook, IL.25105,49107,49115 Children were: Teneriffe Elizabeth (Teneriffe) TEMPLE-3028, Truman Kellum (Truman) TEMPLE-3029.

Levi Edward TEMPLE was born on 22 May 1856 in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, NC.1661,26433,47127,47128,66294,70227,111330,111331 Gave May 1859 in 1900. He appeared in the census in August 1860 in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, NC.1661 He appeared in the census in August 1870 in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, NC.47127 In June 1880 Levi was a farm laborer in Providence Twp., Pasquotank, NC.47128 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Providence Twp., Pasquotank, NC.26433 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Providence Twp., Pasquotank, NC.70227 In January 1920 Levi was a farmer in Providence Twp., Pasquotank, NC.66294 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Nixonton, Pasquotank, NC.111330 He died on 5 February 1935 at the age of 78 in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, NC.111331 Buried in Old Hollywood Cemetery, Elizabeth City, NC. Given name also appears as Levy. Parents: William Martin (Martin) TEMPLE-26597 and Elizabeth (Eliza) JENNINGS-34982.

Spouse: Emily R. (Emma) SANDERS-40094. Emily R. (Emma) SANDERS and Levi Edward TEMPLE were married in 1883 in NC.26433,70227 Children were: Carder TEMPLE-40095, Jarvis TEMPLE-40096, Louise (Louie/Lewie) TEMPLE-40097, Nannie (Nan) TEMPLE-40098, Martin Edward TEMPLE-40099.

Levi G. (Bill) TEMPLE85536 was born on 8 September 1900 in Lafayette, Macon, TN.12665,85294,85296,85537,94493 Gave MS in 1930. He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Ellis Co., TX.85537 In January 1920 he was a cotton mill weaver in Itasca, Hill, TX.94493 In 1928 Levi was an employee of Miller Cotton Mills in Waco, Mc Lennan, TX.2760 He lived 2002 Center Street in Waco, Mc Lennan, TX in 1928.2760 Also living with him was a Mrs. Lucy Temple, who also worked as a spinner at the Miller Cotton Mills. This may be a directory error, and she might be Lena. In April 1930 he was a cotton mill corder in Itasca, Hill, TX.12665 May be related to Frank M. Temple enumerated nearby in 1930. Levi lived in Sand Springs, Tulsa, OK in 1936.47346 In April 1940 he was a cotton mill framer in Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX.85294 When enumerated, he claimed he was a widower, but his wife was alive and well in Fort Worth. In February 1942 he was an employee of Worth Mills in Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX.85296 Levi lived 3412 Townsend Drive in Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX in February 1942.85296 He lived in Allen Co., KY before 1984.4908 He died on 4 March 1984 at the age of 83 in Barren Co., KY.4908 Given as Levi G. in 1910 and Bill in 1920, and Levy G. in 1930, he also appeared with middle initial B, which may be a mis-read G. His parents were both from MS. There may be some confusion here, but there were clearly two people with different death dates, and both have been linked to Francis Marion and Nancy (Vaughn) Temple with birthdates in 1900 or 1901. One was Levi/Levy and the other was Lewis G., both known as Bill. One died in 1967, the other in 1984. They do not both appear in the censuses with these parents, however. He was not mentioned as Bill or Levi in his sister Sally's obituary in 1970. Parents: Francis Marion (Frank) TEMPLE-47174 and Nora Nancy (Nora) VAUGHN-47175.

Spouse: Lura BECK-55900. Lura BECK and Levi G. (Bill) TEMPLE were married on 23 September 1922 in Hill Co., TX.12665,12668 They12665,12668 were divorced before June 1942.12667 Children were: Burnice Edwin (Johnny) TEMPLE-60534.

Levi Glenwood TEMPLE died before 1991.

Spouse: Florence H. HOLROYD-142246. Florence H. HOLROYD and Levi Glenwood TEMPLE were married on 5 June 1980 in Pinellas Co., FL.9991,44386

Levi Glenwood (Levi) TEMPLE14112 was born on 4 August 1899 in Monticello, Aroostook, ME.4122,14113,21790,34123,36787,36788,111332 Gave his age as 19 in 1920 and 29 in 1930. Some sources (such as ME birth records) give the date in 1899, but he put it in 1900 for his WWI draft registration. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Limestone, Aroostook, ME.36788 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Limestone, Aroostook, ME.4122 In 1918 Levi was a farmer for his father in Limestone, Aroostook, ME.111332 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Limestone, Aroostook, ME.36787 In 1925 he was a laborer in Limestone, Aroostook, ME.4396,14112 In April 1930 Levi was a farmer in Limestone, Aroostook, ME.14113 In April 1940 he was a farmer in Monticello, Aroostook, ME.34123 He died in 1983 at the age of 84 in Houlton, Aroostook, ME.111333 Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Houlton, ME. It appears that his middle initial was given as F in 1920. He appears as Glen Temple in 1930. Parents: Eugene Bertram (Eugene) TEMPLE-2183 and Drusilla Ray (Lilly) GETCHELL-13800.

Spouse: Opal FLETCHER-13806. Opal FLETCHER and Levi Glenwood (Levi) TEMPLE were married on 20 May 1925 in Monticello, Aroostook, ME.14113,34124

Levi Greenwood TEMPLE11108 was born on 19 January 1818 in Hubbardston, Worcester, MA.11108,11111,11112,11113,11294,80953 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Phillipston, Worcester, MA.11114 In June 1860 he was a farmer in Princeton, Worcester, MA.11111 In June 1870 Levi was a farmer in Princeton, Worcester, MA.11113 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Princeton, Worcester, MA.11112 He died on 20 November 1892 at the age of 74 in Princeton, Worcester, MA.23,11108,11115,111334 His will was probated in Princeton, MA. Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Princeton, MA. Levi has reference number RLT # 394.4848 Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-358 and Nancy GREENWOOD-365.

Spouse: Persis Fales (Persis) BALL-5891. Persis Fales (Persis) BALL and Levi Greenwood TEMPLE were married on 25 December 1845 in Hubbardston, Worcester, MA.11108,11117,11118 Intention filed in Princeton 6 Dec 1845. Children were: Charles Levi (Charles) TEMPLE-5892, Edwin TEMPLE-5893.

Levi J. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Lucille R. PEART-175415.

Levi Ned (Neddie) TEMPLE30712 was born in 1904 in Oconto Falls, Oconto, WI.111335 She died on 14 February 1904 at the age of 0 in Oconto Co., WI.111335,111336 Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Oconto Falls, WI. Died an infant. Sex is reported variously as female and male. Parents: John Albert (John) TEMPLE-23350 and Nina HOWLAND-23361.

Levi R. TEMPLE23 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Susan ISABEL-134332. Susan ISABEL and Levi R. TEMPLE were married on 2 December 1840 in Roxbury, Suffolk, MA.23

Levi Russell TEMPLE (private).111337

Dr. Levi Wade (Wade) TEMPLE81120 was born on 11 May 1902 in Lake View, Dillon, SC.34425,37374,62880,111338,111339 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Hillsboro Twp., Dillon, SC.34425 In April 1930 he was a none given in Bessie, Jefferson, AL.111338 The enumerator put the occupation for the person below Levi in Levi's space, corrected it, but did not put in Levi's occupation. In April 1940 Levi was a medical doctor in Hillsboro Twp., Dillon, SC.111340 He died on 31 December 1973 at the age of 71 in Lake View, Dillon, SC.81122,111339 Buried in Bear Swamp Baptist Church Cemetery, Lake View, SC. He was a physician in Lake View, Dillon, SC.37374 Levi has reference number RLT # (None).111341 Given as Wade in 1910, he was Levi Wake in 1930. Gave his name as Levi Wade to Who's Who. Parents: Levi Wake (Levi) TEMPLE-17058 and Alice Nichols PAGE-17069.

Spouse: Sara Lee (Sally) PIERCE-56944. Sara Lee (Sally) PIERCE and Dr. Levi Wade (Wade) TEMPLE were married on 28 November 1930 in Union Springs, Bullock, AL.37374,65232 Children were: Richard Pierce TEMPLE-56945, Virginia Dean (Jenny) TEMPLE-56946.

Levi Wake (Levi) TEMPLE23895 was born on 3 March 1867 in Wake Co., NC.26142,34425,62878,111342,111343,111344,111345 His son Levi said his birth date was 1 Mar on his death certificate. He appeared in the census in July 1870 in Wake Co., NC.26143 In June 1880 he was a farm laborer in Wake Forest, Wake, NC.26142 In June 1900 Levi was a farmer, merchant, postmaster in Hillsboro Twp., Dillon, SC.62878 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Hillsboro Twp., Dillon, SC.34425 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Lake View, Dillon, SC.62877 Levi died on 22 November 1938 at the age of 71 in Hillsboro Twp., Dillon, SC.111343,111344,111346,111347 Died of a cerebral hemorrhage. Buried in Lake View Cemetery, Dillon Co., SC, under a grave marker that says Levi Wade Temple. He has reference number RLT # W176.7612 He lived in Raleigh, Wake, NC.34423 His middle name appears as both Wake and as Wade in official documents. Parents: Rufus Fabius (R.F.) TEMPLE(S)-17007 and Mary Elishaba (Mary) CROOM-17051.

Spouse: Alice Nichols PAGE-17069. Alice Nichols PAGE and Levi Wake (Levi) TEMPLE were married in 1896.62877 Children were: Joseph Page (Joseph) TEMPLE-17245, Jane H. (Janie) TEMPLE-17246, Averitt Rufus (Averitt) TEMPLE Sr.-17247, Grace Mary TEMPLE-17248, Christine TEMPLE-17249, Alice Marjory (Alimae) TEMPLE-17250, Dr. Levi Wade (Wade) TEMPLE-17251, Harriett O. (Hattie) TEMPLE-17252, Florence K. TEMPLE-55408, Henry TEMPLE-55409, Sadie (Sally) TEMPLE-17253, Lyall Nichols TEMPLE-17254.

Levi Wood (Levi) TEMPLE31774 was born on 26 October 1829 in VT.5261,8642,8643,31774,31775 Gave 1831 and NY in 1870. He appeared in the census in October 1850 in Holmes Co., MS.8643 Enumerated with the family of Henry L. and Marion E. Allen. Marion was his sister. Instead of a profession, the enumerator noted and then lined through "For California," possibly indicating Levi's intention to go west. He apparently did not. In September 1860 he was a merchant in Carrollton, Carroll, MS.31775 Levi appeared in the census in 1866 in Mobile Co., AL.111348 Enumerated with himself, his wife and one female over 20. It is probable that the unknown female over 20 was either his or her mother. In 1870 he was a merchant in Perry Co., AL.5261 He died on 25 June 1885 at the age of 55 in Uniontown, Perry, AL.31774,32640,111349 Buried in Rosemont Cemetery, Uniontown, AL. Levi has reference number RLT # 355.26263 Parents: Jabez TEMPLE Jr.-4418 and Mary BOARDMAN-5653.

Spouse: Mary L. ELDREDGE-6005. Mary L. ELDREDGE and Levi Wood (Levi) TEMPLE were married on 26 January 1858 in Lexington, Holmes, MS.20100,31774,31779,31780 The newspaper report in "The Mississippi Baptist," of Jackson, MS, reported that all were "of this county," possibly indicating the location is in error. Children were: Clarence Elwood TEMPLE-19375.

Leviah (Leavy) TEMPLE35214 was born on 3 December 1889 in Franklin Co., MS.35208,35209,35210,35211 She appeared in the census in June 1900 in Franklin Co., MS.35208 Enumerated with her parents. In April 1910 she was a farm laborer in Franklin Co., MS.35211 Leviah appeared in the census in February 1920 in Franklin Co., MS.35209 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Franklin Co., MS.35210 She died on 25 November 1931 at the age of 41 in Meadville, Franklin, MS.111350 Buried in Middleton Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery. Parents: Warren Henson (Henson/Henderson) TEMPLE-20351 and Mary Ann FREEMAN-20356.

Levie Daniel TEMPLE (private).93058 Parents: Levie Greene TEMPLE-53088 and Elsie Mae WALSTON-83058.

Spouse: Penelope Carol (Penny) STRONE-86829. Children were: Justin Daniel TEMPLE-86828.

Levie Greene TEMPLE was born on 1 October 1917 in Nash Co., NC.227,51408,51411,111351,111352 In April 1930 he was a farm laborer in Old Fields Twp., Wilson, NC.51408 He served in the military between 1937 and 1945.111351,111353,111354 Dates may not be inclusive. As a private assigned to the 5th Company, Honolulu Sector, Coast Artillery, he departed New York aboard the St. Mihiel on 13 Aug 1937, bound for San Francisco. He processed through Fort McDowell in San Francisco and then served in Hawaii.
His service number was 6926573.
Enlisted in the Navy in 1945. As a S2C, He was aboard the USS Fuller (APA7) on 2 Oct 1945. Discharged 8 Nov 1945. Service # 970-88-05. In April 1940 Levie was a farmer in Bailey, Nash, NC.51411 He lived RFD 2 in Bailey, Nash, NC in October 1940.111351 He lived in Wilson, Wilson, NC in 1966.99535 Levie lived in Bailey, Nash, NC in 1988.111352 He died in December 1988 at the age of 71 in Wilson, Wilson, NC.227,111352,111355 Buried in Bailey Cemetery, Bailey, NC. His WWII draft registration indicated his middle initial was only an initial, but other records give him the middle name of Greene. First name also given as Levy, but Levie possibly indicates how he pronounced his name. Parents: Ivan Clarence (Ivey/Clarence) TEMPLE(S)-17090 and Letha Ellen (Ellen) LAMM-53749.

Spouse: Elsie Mae WALSTON-83058. Elsie Mae WALSTON and Levie Greene TEMPLE were married on 20 April 1940 in Emporia, Emporia City, VA.57253 Children were: Peggy Joan TEMPLE-86826, Ramona Faye (Faye) TEMPLE-86827, Eleanor TEMPLE-122374, Mary Pamela (Pam) TEMPLE-86825, John Michael TEMPLE-86823, Levie Daniel TEMPLE-86824.

Levon Owens TEMPLE910 was born in 1946.9086,111356 Gave 1948 in his divorce records. If 1946 was accurate, he may have been the twin of Lamar Hayes Temple. He lived in Tallahassee, Leon, FL in 2005.910 He died before 2019 at the age of 73.111357 Buried in Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, Dallas, TX. He may be the Levon O. Temple who married Deborah Miller in 1978 in Manhattan, NY.

He may be Levon Owens Temple buried in Dallas, TX. Parents: Andrew J. TEMPLE-183087 and Rosie Lee HOWARD-183088.

Spouse: Barbara Jean MAPLE-183093.

Spouse: Deborah A. MILLER-184167.

Levy TEMPLE79915 was born on 24 December 1729 in Worcester, Worcester, MA. Parents: William TEMPLE-143 and Sarah MILLER-4959.

Levy Durant (Lee E.) TEMPLE was born on 3 September 1888 in Union Co., NC.4334,5076,17461,17462,49573,57524,66081,66084,111358 Gave Feb 1887 in 1900. Gave his age as 21 in 1910, but there is conflicting data. Gave his age as 30 in 1920. Gave 1890 in 1930. Some research puts the date in 1888, but he gave it in 1890 in his WWI draft registration. He was adopted about 1900 in NC.4334 In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Jackson, Union, NC.5076 In April 1910 Levy was a cotton mill second hand in Jackson, Union, NC.49573 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg, NC.4334 In 1917 he was a frame runner for Rodman Heath Cotton Mill in Waxhaw, Union, NC.66084 In January 1920 Levy was a cotton mill employee in Jackson, Union, NC.66081 In April 1930 he was a cotton mill framer in Monroe, Union, NC.57524 In April 1940 he was a cotton mill frame runner in Monroe, Union, NC.17462 Levy died on 23 April 1953 at the age of 64 in Monroe, Union, NC.17461,111358,111359 Buried in Lakeland Memorial Park, Monroe, NC. His parents were both from NC. Enumerated as single in 1910, so I cannot explain his relationship with Cora. Also, he is almost certainly the person enumerated in 1930 as Lee E. Temple based on approximate age, birthplace, location, occupation and name and birthplace of his oldest child - but there are a lot of anomalies as well.

His parents were both from SC in 1930. His adoption is in the records, but is basically unexplained. He seems to have been with his birth parents in 1910 by which time the records say he was adopted. Parents: Thomas John (John) TEMPLE(S)-35055 and Addie Wilma (Ida) KEZIAH-40598. Parents: William A. MOORE-72721 and Lou M. -72722.

Spouse: Frances (Fannie) TARLTON-70852. Frances (Fannie) TARLTON and Levy Durant (Lee E.) TEMPLE were married in 1907 in Union Co., NC. Children were: Frances Odessa (Dessie) TEMPLE-40608.

Spouse: Cora PRESLEY-40607. Cora PRESLEY and Levy Durant (Lee E.) TEMPLE were married about 1909 in NC.57524 His marriage date in 1917 is from the 1930 census responses, but seems to be further confusion for the family. However, he and Cora appear in the 1910 census. The 1917 date must be some kind of confusion on the math by Levy or the census taker, sicne Cora was still alive until 1925 and there was no other interim wife. Children were: Floyd DeWitt (Floyd) TEMPLE-40609, Dallas TEMPLE-51446, TEMPLE-91879, Valley Lee (Vallie) TEMPLE-40610, Pauline TEMPLE-40611, Mabel TEMPLE-51447.

Spouse: Martha L. PRESLEY-72723. Martha L. PRESLEY and Levy Durant (Lee E.) TEMPLE were married about 1925.57524 Children were: James Olin (Jimmy) TEMPLE-72726.

Levyla TEMPLE (private).12305 Parents: J.W. (Doc) TEMPLE-33847 and Betty Gene SISTRUNK-33855.

Lew TEMPLE58817 was born in 1902 in MO.58817,58818,111360 In February 1930 he was a clothing clerk in Kansas City, Jackson, MO.58818 He lived in Kansas City, Jackson, MO on 1 April 1935.58817 In April 1940 Lew was a ladies' clothing salesman in Kansas City, Jackson, MO.58817 In April 1940 he was a ladies' ready-to-wear clothing salesman in New Orleans, Orleans, LA.111360 Enumerated twice. He lived 400 East Armour Street in Kansas City, Jackson, MO in April 1940.58817 His parents were from KS (father) and Ireland (mother) in 1930. Not found in 1910 or 1920.

Spouse: Sarabeth MILLER-142406. Sarabeth MILLER and Lew TEMPLE were married in 1929 in MO.58818 They58818 were divorced before 1943.1006,27129,58820

Lewallen A. TEMPLE11195,11197 was born between 1804 and 1810. Given name also appears as Luellen. Parents: Burwell TEMPLE-19741 and Polly Simmons ADKINS-19742.

Spouse: Susan T. HUGHES-33480. Susan T. HUGHES and Lewallen A. TEMPLE were married on 14 February 1833 in Williamson Co., TN.11195,45657

In 1840 Lewellyn A. TEMPLE was a farmer in San Augustine, San Augustine, TX.6918 He involved in a shootout over a land dispute on 1 April 1840 in San Augustine, San Augustine, TX.111361 Noble, Harry P., Jr. Texas Trailblazers: San Augustine Pioneers (Lufkin, TX: Best of East Texas Publishers, 1999), pp. 20-25:

Eight days later, on April Fool's day, the San Augustine lawyer's life would change drastically. Judge Branch would order thirty-six talismen from which to select a jury to try William G. Anderson for murder.

Earlier, on a hot Saturday morning. August 10. 1839. Four men rode 10rth out of San Augustine. Although they were armed, it was a peaceful mission-they were going to meet with John Bodine to settle a dispute over land boundaries. The four riders were William G. Anderson, Alexander Horton, Hershal Corzine and Lewellyn A. Temple. Although they were unaware of it, death rode with them.

Alexander Horton, age 29 at that time, had recently married Elizabeth Cooper Lattin and the couple. With their new son, Sam Houston Horton, lived a few miles south on Moral Creek. Horton had recently acquired a tract of land along the Ayish Bayou a little more than two miles north of San Augustine. After the purchase he found that some of the acreage appeared to overlap a segment of a half league John Bodine had claimed for fifteen years. It's likely Anderson was along as Horton's legal counsel, having represented him on previous occasions. Temple and Anderson's mother-in-law, Sarah Corzine, each owned a half interest in a 363 acre tract of land described as half of a mile north of San Augustine. Perhaps this was part of the land under dispute, or Temple could have just been looking after his and Mrs. Corzine's property. Hershal Corzine, Anderson's young brother-in-law, was probably there also to protect his mother's interest, especially if the 363 acre tract was involved.

The four men met the John Bodine party at the corner of (Major] Smith's field-probably the point selected to begin rechecking land lines. There were three in Bodine's ranks, John (an elderly man who had been in poor health for a long time), his thirty-year-old son, Oliver Hazzard, Perry Bodine, and William Nations. Nations' relationship with the Bodine family remains a bit of a mystery even today. Perhaps he was a hired hand, or the foreman of Bodine's plantation.

Members of the Horton/Anderson party later claimed the discussion, contesting the position of property lines, began in a friendly manner. But at some point, and apparently without much delay in the rendezvous turned into a gunfight. Several shots reverberated across the Ayish Bayou bottom. John Bodine and William Nations were killed on the spot. Young Bodine escaped injury-either absent at the time, having been sent on a short en-and, or he had high-tailed it out of range at the first sign of gunplay. Almost before the gun smoke had time to drift away, Anderson, Horton, Temple and Corzine headed for San Augustine to turn themselves in to sheriff William Kimbro. The four men had hardly disappeared down the trail before young Bodine returned to the scene of the shootout to find his father and Mr. Nations lying in the dirt-dead.

Two murder indictments were quickly issued against William G. Anderson, Alexander Horton, Lewellyn A. Temple and Hershal Corzine by a San Augustine grand jury-one for the murder of "John" Nations and one for the murder of John Bodine.

Consequently, seven months later, on April Fools' Day, 1840, Judge Edward T. Branch ordered thirty-six talismen from which to select a jury in the case of the Republic of Texas vs William G. Anderson, et al for the murder of John Nations. After district attorney James G. Hyde announced he was ready to go to trial and the four defendants issued a plea of "not guilty," Judge Branch ordered a jury impaneled.

WilIiam Nash and Wyatt Hanks were the first to be examined and quickly told to "step aside." The selection process continued for the rest of the day but by late afternoon the twelve seats had been filled and a "...jury elected and sworn to try the issue... the balance of the talismen... were discharged and by consent-of-parties the case laid over till morning." The members of the jury were: Thomas N. Cartwright, Thomas D. Hendrick, Alanson W. Canfield, William Daniel, Augustus Phelps, Edwin O. LeGrand, George A. Nixon, Charles W. Crouch, William W. Parker, Presley J. Loggins, William M. Hunt and Richard O. Brown.

Before Judge Branch adjourned for the night, however, he took care of a final piece of business, ordering a fine of $10.00 against Matthew Cartwright for failing to appear as a talisman.

The following morning, Friday, April 3rd, court reconvened. As the examination of witnesses progressed it was "...proven to the satisfaction of the court that the individual murdered was named William-not John." Nevertheless, the court agreed to leave the indictment as John Nations but allow the witnesses to refer to the murdered man as William Nations.

After that day. After hearing all of the evidence, the jury issued the following statement: "We the jury find the prisoners not guilty as charged In the indictment-W. W. Parker, foreman." The first murder case was over-Anderson, Horton, Temple and Corzine had been found not guilty in the murder of William [John] Nations.

Again, before court was adjourned, Judge Branch did a little housekeeping. He ordered $100.00 fines against each of three defaulting witnesses, Horatio M. Hanks, John L. Smith and Samuel T. Burns. Witnesses, Horatio M. Hanks, John L. Smith and Samuel T. Bums. Present "good cause" for being absent. The judge accepted their statements and reduced their fines to $10.00. Court was then adjourned for the night.

At 9:00 a.m. the following morning, Saturday, the judge began the second trial against the same four defendants for the murder of John Bodine. After :he four men appeared before the bench to plead "not guilty," the judge promptly ordered a jury to be impaneled. Not being able to complete the jury that day, the judge ordered Sheriff Kimbro to call thirty more talismen for Monday morning. Before adjourning, John L. Smith was able to convince Judge Branch to remit the adjusted $10.00 fine.

Examining and seating the jury took nearly all day, Monday, April 6th. The trial finally began. But after taking the testimony of the first two Witnesses, district attorney Hyde made a motion to" ...adjourn till tomorrow morning 9 o'clock and that the sheriff take charge of the jury and procure a room and sustenance during the term of the...trial." The jurors for the second murder trial were: Edwin O. LeGrand, William M. Hunt, William Daniel, Jacob Garrett, Jr, Charles W. Crouch, David F. Webb, Presley J. Loggins, John T. Patterson, Joseph T. Green, James M. Caldwell, George M. Jones and Alfred Polk.

Tuesday morning, before calling any witnesses, Judge Branch ordered '...a fine of one hundred dollars to be entered against Horatio Hanks as a defaulting witness (Hanks had failed to testify the previous day). The rest of Tuesday, all of Wednesday and all of Thursday, was filled with the testimony of witnesses.

Since Oliver Hazzard Perry Bodine was the only survivor of the Bodine party, he was the foremost witness during the trial. He was interrogated extensively by both the prosecution and the defense. Although records of more than fifty questions put to young Bodine while under oath on the standstill exist, his responses have been lost to time. However, some answers can be inferred by how the next question was phrased or by a shift in the direction of interrogation.

For instance, it's clear young Bodine was not at the spot of gunfire when it took place but returned shortly thereafter. Mr. Bodine and Mr. Nations were both killed at the same time, at least they were both dead when young Bodine returned. Mr. Nations had been hit by several bullets or shots. The Anderson/Horton party didn't use pistols-only shotguns and/or rifles. At some point before the shooting actually started Corzine had held a gun on young Bodine for several minutes. Mr. Nations had a gun, perhaps the only weapon in the Bodine party. Unfortunately, the precise sequence of events, the exact number of shots exchanged, if in fact, the Bodine party even fired, has been lost to time and will remain an Ssue of uncertainty forever.

By late Thursday interrogation of all witnesses had been completed. Friday morning began with the argument of counsels. Hyde presented the prosecution's case first with assistance from David S. Kaufman and George W. Terrell. This was followed by the argument for the defense presented by Richardson Scurry, James S. Mayfield, William C. Duffield, Ezekiel W. Cullen and James Pickney Henderson. (Although court records failed to confirm this point, it's almost a certainty these same five attorneys provided the 4eFense in the first trial.)

Court reconvened an hour earlier on Saturday morning-eight o' clock sharp. After final arguments were completed the case was given to the jury. Records do not indicate the length of deliberation, led by foreman Edwin O. LeGrand, but eventually the twelve men returned with a verdict: "We the jury find that the defendants are not guilty in manner and form ' as alleged in the indictment."

Once again the Anderson/Horton party was found not guilty-this time for the murder of John Bodine. Eight months and one day after John Bodine and William Nations were gunned down near the corner of Smith's field, Anderson, Horton, Temple and Corzine were free to walk the streets of San Augustine-found innocent by a jury of their peers.

Unknown to Temple, a San Augustine farmer, he would die of natural causes at his home five months later. September 5. 1840. In later years, Alexander Horton wrote about the Bodine/Nations killing. His notes, found in an old business ledger, gave his view of the outcome:

"I was tried for my life in company with Lew Allen Temple, Hershal Corzine and W. G. Anderson for having been compelled to kill William Nations and John Bodine. This unfortunate occurrence was brought on by their own rashness to the great mortification of all and has left a lasting impression on my mind which time alone can't obliterate, for tho I was justified in this, I lament so great a misfortune. Public opinion was great against us, but we were honorably acquitted...My friends should ...remember the generous and kind conduct of Mr. Kimbro and Thomas Payne, Deputy. They were kind but did their duty. My friends should never forget William and John Nash who stood by with arms in their hands to fight and die with us or see us rescued in case a verdict went against us..." He died on 5 September 1840 in San Augustine, San Augustine, TX.111362

Spouse: CORZINE-149887.

Lewey TEMPLE was born in 1867 in NC.47127,47128 She appeared in the census in August 1870 in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, NC.47127 She appeared in the census in June 1880 in Providence Twp., Pasquotank, NC.47128 Parents: William Martin (Martin) TEMPLE-26597 and Elizabeth (Eliza) JENNINGS-34982.

Lewis TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Lena Ali. -143075.

Lewis TEMPLE (private).3153

Spouse: Hazel -154075.

Lewis TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Louise -157149.

Lewis TEMPLE lived in Louisville, Jefferson, KY in 1884.5216 He may be Lewis Temple, b 1849, d 15 Feb 1948 in Jefferson Co., KY.

Spouse: Mary -169931. Mary and Lewis TEMPLE were married. Children were: Lewis TEMPLE-169929.

Lewis TEMPLE served in the military in 1918/9.833,111363 Dates may not be inclusive. As a private assigned to the Medical Casual Detachment of Fort Riley, KS, he departed Hoboken aboard the Agamemnon on 7 Apr 1918. As a private assigned to the Convalescent Detachment # 355, Brest, he departed Brest aboard the USS Leviathan on 28 Jun 1919, arriving in Hoboken 5 Jul 1919.
His service number was 936253. He might be Lewis Edward Temple, son of David and Louisa (Partch) Temple. In his transportation papers for WWI, he listed his mother as Bertha Campbell and gave her location as Independence, MO. In 1918, though, his step-mother Bertha was still living in KS, and his father had not (yet) died - so there are soem problems with such an identification. Parents: TEMPLE-174015 and Bertha -174016.

Lewis TEMPLE appeared in the census in June 1855 in Camden, Camden, NJ.111364 Enumerated with 4 white males and one white female; one of the males was a child between 5 and 16 years of age.

Lewis TEMPLE was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Blanche GAINES-178463. Blanche GAINES and Lewis TEMPLE were married on 27 September 1924 in Volusia Co., FL.35796

Lewis TEMPLE was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Margaret PURDY-184394. Margaret PURDY and Lewis TEMPLE were married on 17 June 1869 in Russellville, Logan, KY.66497 Their license was issued 15 Jun.