|Robert TEMPLE was born (date unknown).|
Robert TEMPLE (private).2683 Parents: TEMPLE-174069 and Florence Louise -145017.
Robert TEMPLE was born (date unknown).
Spouse: Mary REA-175656. Mary REA and Robert TEMPLE were married in October 1919 in Manhattan, New York, NY.62885 It is not clear when this marriage took place, but they took out a license, # 32389, 27 Oct 1919.
Robert TEMPLE (private).
Spouse: Theresa TRUPIANO-175658.
Robert TEMPLE was born (date unknown).
Robert TEMPLE23004 was born (date unknown).
Robert TEMPLE (private). Parents: Ernest Otto (Ernie) TEMPLE-178002 and Marjorie Ruth -178003.
Spouse: Jill -178009.
Robert TEMPLE (private). Parents: John L. TEMPLE-178936 and UNKNOWN-178937.
Robert TEMPLE (private).27452 Parents: Edward TEMPLE-145401 and Willa Mae WILSON-145402.
news Robert TEMPLE (private). Parents: TEMPLE-180834 and KAES-180835.
Robert TEMPLE (private).3175
Spouse: Helen Elisabeth -130430.
Private Robert TEMPLE served in the military in 1778.113389 Served as a private. In a skirmish with Indians and Tories, Private Temple was killed in the battle of Chestnut Woods, and lies on the battle site. He was part of a contingent under Lt. Graham. The skirmish appears in the report by Col. Cantine in Governor Clinton's Public Papers, Vol. 4, pp. 16-19. He died on 5 September 1778 in Grahamville, Sullivan, NY.
In 1816 Robert TEMPLE was an employee of the Hudson Bay Company.113390 He lived in Canada about 1816.113390 He died on 19 June 1816 in Canada.113390 Robert Temple was part of a group of Hudson Bay employees killed by Nor'westers. Indicted for the crime was John McLoughlin, for which he was tried in the autumn of 1818. He was found not guilty.
Robert TEMPLE died in November 1899 in Fort Benton, Chouteau, MT.113391 He died in the Grand Union Hotel, possibly indicating a transient status. His death was reported 8 Nov 1899 in the River Press, apparently a newspaper in Fort Benton, MT.
Robert TEMPLE53677 died before 1900. He was born in PA.42381
Spouse: Nancy Jane MC KENZIE-135096. Nancy Jane MC KENZIE and Robert TEMPLE were married about 1865.53675 Her marriage to Temple was her only marriage. Children were: John TEMPLE-140308, Sarah J. (Sally) TEMPLE-135097.
Robert TEMPLE died on 8 September 1916 in Chicago, Cook, IL.113392,113393 He died as a result of a homicide, and the police records indicate an other person involved was Harry Temple.
Robert TEMPLE died on 21 April 1928 in Lee Co., AR.25604,113394 Find-A-Grave reports 1927. Buried in Morning Star Cemetery, Lee Co., AR.
Robert TEMPLE died on 25 October 1931 in Berkeley, St. Louis, MO.113395 Buried in Washington Park Cemetery Berkeley, MO. Not found in St. Louis Co., MO in 1930, he may have been an infant, though there is some indication he was somewhat older.
Robert TEMPLE died on 7 November 1949 in Laramie, Albany, WY.113396 Buried in Greenhill Cemetery, Laramie, WY, Plot: Row S Lot 82 Space 8.
Robert TEMPLE died on 29 August 1978 in Kankakee Co., IL.496
Robert TEMPLE113397 lived in Pottsgrove, Montgomery, PA before 1902. He died before 1980.
Spouse: UNKNOWN-180317. UNKNOWN and Robert TEMPLE were married about 1890.
Robert TEMPLE died on 27 March 1999 in OH.113398 Buried in Tod Homestead Cemetery, Youngstown, OH. Buried in the same cemetery, also without a birth date, is Virgie Temple, who might be a spouse or a sibling.
Robert TEMPLE died before 2007.53295 Parents: George TEMPLE-148421 and Catherine MC FALL-148422.
Robert TEMPLE7015 died before 2009. Parents: Ted Oliver TEMPLE-105711 and Sharon -105714.
Robert TEMPLE died before 2013.21071 Parents: Herbert TEMPLE-88425 and Marguerite B. (Margaret) WILLIAMS-88436.
Robert TEMPLE died in 2020.113399 Possibly cremated. Buried in Bellevue Memorial Park, Ontario, CA, Plot Corridor I North 6F.
Robert TEMPLE1913,113400 was born in 1639 in Salem, Essex, MA.36460,113400,113401 Although some sources place his birth in England, this does not fit with the timing of his father's immigration. He a member of a coroner's jury in 1670 in Saco, York, ME.2921 He died in 1675 at the age of 36 in Saco, York, ME.2921,42461,111917 Killed by Indians in Philips War. Born 1639 or earlier. In 1660, Robert Temple is fined at Salem, MA for wearing silver lace when he was thought not to have property sufficient to sustain such expense. He bought & sold land in Salem in 1660. Probably went to Saco, ME, soon afterward. Robert Temple had a son Richard, born in Saco in 1675. His son Richard settled in Reading, MA, and founded a large family whose genealogy is being prepared by Rev. Edward Foster Temple, a descendant. Tradition is that he was killed by Indians in 1675. The History of the Town of Framingham, MA, indicated the place of his death was Biddeford.
Spouse: Goodwife (Goody) -21243. Goodwife (Goody) and Robert TEMPLE were married in 1667 in Saco, York, ME.29 Children were: Richard TEMPLE-830, Robert TEMPLE-831, Thomas TEMPLE-832, Phebe TEMPLE-833.
Robert TEMPLE111917,113402 was born about 1668. Date estimated from siblings. Probably unmarried. Possibly the Robert TEMPLE reported to have died in his home in Charlestown, MA, 13 Apr 1754. Abstracts from the Pennsylvania Gazette, 1748-1755 Kenneth Scott and Janet R. Clarke Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore MD, 1977, p. 282. Parents: Robert TEMPLE-102 and Goodwife (Goody) -21243.
Captain Robert TEMPLE15086,57164,113403,113404,113405 was born in 1691 in County Cork, Ireland.13907,57164,113406 Date of 1691 based on age at time of death. Other sources like the History of Revere, MA, give 1694. He immigrated in 1717 to Boston, Suffolk, MA.13907,99990,113406 Some research claimed incorrectly that Temple acquired a large tract of land along the Kennebeck River from its original owner, one Christopher Lawson. Lawson had gotten the land from the Indians and named it "Ireland." Temple renamed it "Ten Hills."
Research by Christopher Wright, a graduate student at the University of Maine at Orono, turned up the actual story. His research shows that "The piece that Capt. Temple purchased he received from the Clarke & Lake Proprietors specifically Col. Thomas Hutchinson. Furthermore, he did not outright purchase the land until 1725. All this including the boundaries of the site come from the York County Registry of Deeds (York County Registry of Deeds, Book 12:185 – 186, Ann Mather & to Robt Temple, September 30th 1725). In most cases the description of the property in early historical works is quite specific, but somehow historians got it wrong and put Cork and the opposite side of the River where Bath is. However, the modern town of Dresden is where Cork was situated. And some historians speculate that while the later German immigrants overtook the Irish, the Irish place names that exist are a result of the original Cork Settlers." He lived Noddle's Island in Charlestown, Suffolk, MA in 1720.74994 He was a lessee of Noddle's Island. Robert lived Ten Hills in "Ten Hills", Boston, Suffolk, MA in 1740.74994 He bought the estate in 1740, although he continued to live at both Noddle's Island and Newgate farms. He lived Newgate Farms in Charlestown, Suffolk, MA in 1742.74994 He died on 14 April 1754 at the age of 63 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.15086,20872,30293,57162,99990 Prominent Americans and Massachusetts Historical Society give 14 Apr 1754; others give the dame date as the death of his wife. The History of Revere, MA, also changes the location to Charlestown. Formerly a Captain in the Irish Army, came to America with Capt James Luzmore of Topsham, England.
Robert purchased land on the Kennebec River and Merry Meeting Bay in Maine and during 1718-1719, he brought over several hundred Scotch-Irish settlers aboard five ships in an attempt to found a colony called Temple Bar (now Bath, Maine). Dummer's Indian War broke up this colony. Captain Penhallow, writing to the Governor of Massachusetts on 15 Jun 1722 mentioned the fight which broke up the colony. The larger part of them went to Pennsylvania. Robert (and possibly his father) returned to East Boston, where in time he built himself a fine mansion. He has a pew in the old North Church in Boston to this day. Later, in 1750, he purchased the estate called Ten Hills, on the Mystic River. Temple was of a distinguished family in Ireland, and the ancestor of the numerous and respected family of the late Lt. Governor Thomas L. Winthrop of Boston, who married his grand-daughter Elizabeth Bowdoin. He was a Tory in the Revolution.
His will gave the Ten Hills farm to his wife, farm at Chelsea, and Negroes "Bandon," "Kerry," and "Mallow." John received the Mount farm at Worcester, the farm at Eastward, and Negroes "Dutchess," "Sambo," and "Limerick." William received farms at Kennebec and Woburn, and Negro "Jack." Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-4622 and Agnes WHITE-4623.
Spouse: Mehitable NELSON-4626. Mehitable NELSON and Captain Robert TEMPLE were married on 11 August 1721 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.15086,57164,57165 They were second cousins. Children were: Mary TEMPLE-12953, Thomas TEMPLE-4627, Margaret TEMPLE-12954, Elizabeth TEMPLE-12955, Robert TEMPLE-4628, Rebecca TEMPLE-12950, Mehitable TEMPLE-12951, Sir John TEMPLE-4629, Lt. Gov. William TEMPLE-4630, Agnes TEMPLE-12952.
Robert TEMPLE67693,113407 was born about 1728 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.67693 He was baptized on 10 March 1728 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.87598 He died in 1781 at the age of 53 in Ireland.13906,13908 He died shortly after arriving in Ireland. Robert was a Member of His Majesty's Council for the Province of Massachusetts. Robert, or perhaps his father, was a Tory. He was suspected of corresponding with the enemy. Some genealogies claim his wife, Harriet Shirley, was actually the second wife of Robert Temple, his father.
Robert willed Nathaniel Dowse a house; W. Vassall, mortgage to Ten Hills Farm, 251 1/4 acres, and additional lands; J. Priest heirs, 11 acres; W. Paine, 5 acres; J. Crossman, 11 acres; J. Fenton, house and surroundings; N. Tracy, Ten Hills Farm.
Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789
A memorial from Robert Temple, and a letter, of 20th, from N. Greene, quarter master general, were read:1
[Note 1: 1 The memorial of Temple, dated February 26, is in the Papers of the Continental Congress, No. 41, X, folio 71; the letter of Greene, in No. 155, I, folio 91.]
Ordered, That the memorial be referred to a committee of three:
The members chosen, Mr. [William] Floyd, Mr. [William] Ellery, and Mr. [Thomas] Burke.
Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789
The committee, to whom was referred the memorial of Robert Temple, report, that they have examined the several charges in the account exhibited in his memorial, and are of opinion,
That the locust trees, locust nursery, elm, walnut, and oak trees, apple trees, posts and rails and stones, framed fences, sheep house, oak plank, and the building on his wharf, being taken by the orders of the officers of the continental army, and applied to the public use, the said Robert Temple ought to be paid for the same as follows, viz.
For locust trees, ... £4800 lawful.
That the destruction of the young fruit trees, and the injuries done to his barns and dwelling house, stables, dairy, and offices, ought to be considered as damages occasioned by the war; and that the said Robert Temple, in respect to the said damages, ought to be in the same situation as all other citizens of the United States who have suffered in the common calamity:
That the sum of £2500, lawful money, of the State of Massachusetts bay, hath been paid to the said Robert Temple, which, deducted from £6702 like money, to which the articles for which he ought to be paid amount, leave a balance of £4202, like money, equal to 14,006 2/3 dollars: Whereupon,
Resolved, That the late quarter master general pay to the said Robert Temple, the said balance of £4202, lawful money, equal to 14,006 ⅔ dollars; and that on the settlement of his public accounts he be allowed the same, as well as the £2500 before paid to the said Robert Temple
[Note 1: 1 This report, in the writing of Thomas Burke, is in the Papers of the Continental Congress, No. 19, VI, folio 19.]
Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789
The committee, appointed to take into consideration the letter from Harriot Temple, to the president of Congress, brought in their report, which was taken into consideration; Whereupon,
Resolved, That, upon the said Harriot's producing to the quarter master general, an account of the trees which were cut down upon the farm of Robert Temple, Esq r . for the purpose of supplying the continental army with wood for firing, or for the purposes of fortification, so far as from the nature of the circumstances such destruction can be ascertained by her, that the quarter master general of the continental army, shall make her a just compensation for the same, in such manner as other persons have been paid, who have supplied the army with wood for these purposes; and that the quarter master general, in his accounts, shall be allowed for the same by this Congress.
Spouse: Harriett SHIRLEY-4631. Harriett SHIRLEY and Robert TEMPLE were married on 5 June 1755 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.13426,15086 Children were: Ann Weston TEMPLE-16298, Fanny TEMPLE-29580, Mehitable Hester TEMPLE-16299, Robert TEMPLE-16619, Shirley TEMPLE-16620, Harriet TEMPLE-16300.
Robert TEMPLE11131,27449 was born about 1742 in Warwick Swamp, Charles, VA. He served in the military in 1779 in NC. Served as a captain in the NC Line. Wrote a letter 12 Jun 1779 to General Jethro Sumner for back pay. He moved before 1790 in Hillsborough, Orange, NC.113408 Appears in the tax lists from 1790 to 1810. Robert appeared in the census in 1790 in Hillsborough, Orange, NC.61645 Part of Chatham county in 1790. He appeared in the census in 1800 in Wake Co., NC.61645 He died between 1810 and 1815 at the age of 68 in Bedford Co., TN.113409 He witnessed his brother Henry's will on 9 May 1799 in Wake County. Robert moved before 1810 in Bedford Co., TN.113408 Parents: William TEMPLE-9827 and Elizabeth CHAMBLISS-17156.
Spouse: Elizabeth POWELL-21842. Elizabeth POWELL and Robert TEMPLE were married in 1793/4.61645 Children were: Dempsey Powell TEMPLE-33743, Leonard C. TEMPLE-21843, Charlotte Benton TEMPLE-21844, Mayson Potter (Mason) TEMPLE-21845, Jordan TEMPLE-10830.
Robert TEMPLE113410 was born in 1760 in "Ten Hills", Boston, Suffolk, MA. He was baptized on 3 February 1760 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.113410 Died young. Parents: Robert TEMPLE-4628 and Harriett SHIRLEY-4631.
Robert TEMPLE44960 was born about 1760 in England, United Kingdom.26176 He immigrated about 1782. Date is very approximate. The history of Beaver County, PA says he lived in the US about 2 years before moving to Beaver Co., PA, where he married. He moved about 1784 in Beaver Co., PA.26177 Robert died in 1788 at the age of 28 in Beaver Co., PA.26176 He died some time in the spring of 1788. He was apparently clearing land intending to claim it under the homestead laws of PA, but was killed when a tree fell on him. He lived on a large tract he cleared near what was called Johnson's Hill in New Sheffield, Hopewell, Beaver, PA in 1787/8.26176 Pedigree uncertain. In western Pennsylvania after 1780. Parents: Abraham TEMPLE-880.
Robert TEMPLE45003 was born between 1765 and 1784 in Bertie Co., NC.
Robert TEMPLE76758 was born about 1773 in Pasquotank Co., NC. Date estimated. He appeared in the census in 1810 in Pasquotank Co., NC.113411 Enumerated with 2 males, 26-45, 2 males 16-18, and two females. He appeared in the census in 1830 in Pasquotank Co., NC.113411 Robert died about 9 August 1836 at the age of 63 in Pasquotank Co., NC.69807 Will dated 9 Aug 1836. he named his brother James, and James' son Lodwick. His will was dated 9 Aug 1833. No mention of wife or children. Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-4521 and Sarah SNOWDEN-26188.
Colonel Robert TEMPLE24809,64537,68344,113412 was born in 1774 in "Ampthill", Richmond, VA.68344,113413,113414 He purchaser of Ampthill from James Waldrop in 1802 in Richmond City, VA. He appeared in the census in 1820 in Chesterfield Co., VA.68348 Robert appeared in the census in 1830 in Chesterfield Co., VA.68348 He died on 22 December 1836 at the age of 62 in "Ampthill", Richmond, VA.68344,113413,113414 Buried in the Temple-Watkins Cemetery, on the original site of "Ampthill" Plantation, Richmond, VA. Robert and Eliza appear in the King William County Records deeding land to Henry Timberlake.
Spouse: Elizabeth M. SKYRIN-5231. Elizabeth M. SKYRIN and Colonel Robert TEMPLE were married on 16 February 1799 in King William Co., VA.24810,68344,68348 Children were: Mary Brooke (Molly) TEMPLE-5232, Ann Catharine (Kitty) TEMPLE-5233, Benjamin TEMPLE-5234, William Henry TEMPLE-5235, Lucy Moore TEMPLE-5236, Elizabeth Skyren TEMPLE-5237, Charlotte Carter TEMPLE-5239, Maria Bernard TEMPLE-5238, Robertine TEMPLE-5240.
Robert TEMPLE was born in 1782 in Ireland.1848,12546 He moved in 1852 in Hamilton-Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.1848 He was a livery and boarding stables owner and operator.1848
Spouse: Martha MILLS-36189. Martha MILLS and Robert TEMPLE were married before 1820. Children were: Richard TEMPLE-36146, TEMPLE-36190, Margaret TEMPLE-36191, William TEMPLE-36192, John Robert (John) TEMPLE-36193.
Robert TEMPLE15105,36277,113415 was born on 29 August 1783 in Braintree, Norfolk, MA.13908,20871,20872,36277,36282 Robert occupied Ten Hills. He was baptized on 4 January 1784 in Braintree, Norfolk, MA.113416 Baptized in Christ Church, Braintree, MA. Between 1803 and 1820 he was a Clerk of the County Court in Rutland, Rutland, VT.113417 Robert was educated Studied law with Hon. Chauncey Langdon. in 1803/4 in Braintree, Norfolk, MA.36282 In 1824 he was a President of the National Bank of Rutland in Rutland, Rutland, VT.71570,87021 The Bank of Rutland was chartered that year with $50,000 in capital.
It was renamed the National Bank of Rutland in 1866. He died on 6 October 1834 at the age of 51 in Rutland, Rutland, VT.20872,36277,36282,113418 The cause of his death is not recorded in the sources available. However, the following may apply to him.
"Learning that some of the Pension Agents had been withholding portions of the pensions due to Revolutionary veterans, general Jackson had the charges thoroughly investigated, and a list of the pensioners printed, showing what each one was entitled to receive. This disclosed the fact that some of the Pension Agents had been continuing to draw the pensions of deceased soldiers for years after their death, besides retaining portions of the pensions of others. Robert Temple, Pension Agent in Vermont, on hearing of the proposed investigation, hastened to Washington, where he endeavored to bribe a clerk to falsify the list made out for the printer. The clerk obtained from him a list of sixty names of deceased soldiers whose pensions he had continued to draw, and gave it to the Secretary of War. Temple, on learning this, committed suicide." Another source added that he first burned all his papers, and then committed suicide. He apparently was found out not because the soldiers were deceased, but because he took the pensions of some still living veterans, who thought they had been removed from the pension rolls and then reapplied in the early 1830s. Since they were already drawing pensions, this drew attention to the problem.
Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Rutland, VT. Noted for his wit and repartee.
The Prominent Families of the United States of America gives his two wives children with similar names, but with confusing or absent birth dates, so assignment to the two wives is a problem. Specifically, Clara, Mary and Charlotte, daughters of Clarissa Hawkins, are given by Prominent Families as also children of Charlotte Eloise Green. If they were the children of his first marriage, as given in some sources, all three girls were single and very old for their first marriages in the 1850s. There seems no good answer for whether there were two sets of girls with these three names, or whether the girls, born between 1806 and 183, did not marry until in their 30s or 40s. Parents: Lt. Gov. William TEMPLE-4630 and Amy FITCH-4638.
Spouse: Clarissa Brown (Clara) HAWKINS-5495. Clarissa Brown (Clara) HAWKINS and Robert TEMPLE were married on 12 September 1805 in Castleton, Rutland, VT.20871,36277,39217 Children were: Clara TEMPLE-5497, General Robert Emmet (Robert) TEMPLE-5499, Mary TEMPLE-5500, Charlotte Emmett TEMPLE-5498.
Spouse: Charlotte Eloisa (Eloise) GREEN-5496. Charlotte Eloisa (Eloise) GREEN and Robert TEMPLE were married on 4 August 1818 in Windsor, Windsor, VT.20871,20872,36277,36282 Children were: George Green TEMPLE-16400, Charles L. TEMPLE-5502, Anne Elizabeth TEMPLE-16401, RADM William Grenville TEMPLE-5503, Helen Augusta TEMPLE-16402.
Robert TEMPLE27758 was born on 23 May 1783 in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.27757,27758,33565,37967,113419,113420 Gave his age as 64 in 1850. Grave marker puts the date in 1786. He moved in 1818 in Lindale, Clermont, OH.27757 In November 1850 he was a farmer in Union Twp., Clermont, OH.33565 In June 1860 Robert was a farmer in Union Twp., Clermont, OH.37967 He died on 3 May 1867 at the age of 83 in Mt. Carmel, Clermont, OH.27757,27758,113420 Buried in Mount Moriah Cemetery, Withamsville, OH. He has reference number RLT # 24.25932 Parents: Reverend Ichabod TEMPLE-4470 and Mary CLARK-24066.
Spouse: Sarah (Sally) DIXSON-4546. Sarah (Sally) DIXSON and Robert TEMPLE were married about 1807 in ME.27757,27758 Children were: Sabrina TEMPLE-19720, Thomas Dixon (Thomas) TEMPLE-4549, Ichabod TEMPLE-4550.
Spouse: Apphia HANSCUM-4547. Apphia HANSCUM and Robert TEMPLE were married about 1813.27758 Children were: Sarah TEMPLE-4552, Dependence TEMPLE-4551, Lucy TEMPLE-4553, Robert Clarke (Robert) TEMPLE-5279, Adeline T. TEMPLE-4548, Orin (Orie) TEMPLE-5280, Mary Jane TEMPLE-4554.
Robert TEMPLE was born in 1787 in Ireland.5007 In 1851 he was a laborer in St. Mary's Ward, Hamilton-Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.5007 Living with Robert's family were three children surnamed Barton, all born in Ireland, of no known relationship.
Robert TEMPLE26173,26177 was born in July 1788 in Beaver Co., PA.17716,17722,21343,26173,26175,26176 He served in the military in 1812 in PA.26176 Served as a member of the PA militia. He lived in Hopewell, Beaver, PA between 1814 and 1870.26177 In July 1850 Robert was a farmer in Hopewell, Beaver, PA.26175 In August 1860 he was a farmer in Hopewell, Beaver, PA.17716 His farm was about 100 acres. He died on 20 March 1870 at the age of 81 in Hopewell, Beaver, PA.17722,21343,26173,98518 His will was registered 28 Mar 1870, though dated 31 Dec 1869. Buried in Mount Carmel Cemetery, Beaver Co., PA. Robert has reference number RLT # 561.907 Pedigree uncertain before father. After his father's death, raised in the home of John Wyke, whose homestead adjoined the Temple's. Parents: Robert TEMPLE-1032 and Ann JOHNSTON-3040.
Spouse: Mary (Polly) DAVIS-3042. Mary (Polly) DAVIS and Robert TEMPLE were married in 1814.26173,26174 Children were: Isabella TEMPLE-3043, Jane TEMPLE-3044, William TEMPLE-3045, Henry TEMPLE-3046, Mary Ann TEMPLE-3047, Robert TEMPLE Jr.-3048, Margaret TEMPLE-3049, Esther TEMPLE-3050, Johnston TEMPLE-3051, Private Anderson (Andrew) TEMPLE-3055, Corporal James Ray (Ray) TEMPLE-3052, Rachel Ray (Rachel) TEMPLE-3053, Alexander TEMPLE-3054.
Robert TEMPLE44252 was born after 1790 in Spartanburg Co., SC.99443 He appeared in the census in 1816 in Amite Co., MS.113421 Enumerated with 1 white male. He appeared in the census in 1841 in Franklin Co., MS.78539 There is no conclusive evidence of his relationship with these parents. The placement of Robert stems from his closeness to Henry in the Amite Co., Census of 1816 and subsequent. Temple Family concludes they were either brothers or close cousins. That leaves open the possibility that Robert was the son of Henry, Jesse's brother. I have not chosen to place him there based on timing (they would have been too far apart to be "close") and placement (the families of Henry and Jesse seem to have moved into separate parts of the Carolinas, making "closeness" of cousins unlikely.
Spouse: Betsy MC GINTY-20723. Betsy MC GINTY and Robert TEMPLE were married on 14 February 1823 in Amite Co., MS.32486,44252,53417 This may be the date of their filing. Joanne May has found a date for marriage of 21 Mar 1822 in Amite County.
Spouse: Polly JENKINS-20724. Polly JENKINS and Robert TEMPLE were married on 8 February 1825 in Copiah Co., MS.44252,44253,44254 Date is for their application; there was no return. Children were: John A. TEMPLE-20725, R. TEMPLE-20727, Robert TEMPLE-20726, Andrew TEMPLE-67487.
Robert TEMPLE52955 was born about 1793 in "Chatham Hill", King and Queen, VA.52955 He moved before 1820 in Perryville, Boyle, KY.4417 He appeared in the census in 1820 in Lincoln Co., KY.52956 Robert appeared in the census in 1830 in Mercer Co., KY.52956 Appears with himself, age 40-50, and one son, age 0-5. His wife is given as age 20-30. He appeared in the census in 1840 in Mercer Co., KY.52956 Appears age 50-60, with 1 male 10-15, 1 male 5-10 and one male 0-5. His wife appears as age 30-40, and 2 females 0-5. He died in 1845 at the age of 52 in Perryville, Boyle, KY.52955 Parents: Humphrey TEMPLE-4523 and Susannah WALKER-5251.
Robert TEMPLE113422 was born on 17 May 1794 in Stone Valley, Huntingdon, PA.36210,36824,44393,70914,113422 He served in the military in 1812.9066,36210 Drafted and served in John Martin's Company of PA Militia in 1812 for 60 days. That company was formed at Meadville, PA and marched to Erie, PA. He builder of Temple Mills about 1825 in Waterloo, Venango, PA.36210 It is not clear in which Waterloo, PA, the mill resided. It could have been Bradford or more likely Franklin, and less likely Juniata. In November 1850 Robert was a farmer in Sandy Creek, Venango, PA.44393 Enumerated on the farm neighboring David and Margaret Temple, ae 45, from PA, of unclear relationship. The present day United Presbyterian Church is on the same land. In July 1870 he was a farmer in French Creek Twp., Venango, PA.70914 Enumerated with his daughter Mary and her family. He an applicant for a pension on 24 May 1871 in Venango Co., PA.36210 Robert died on 14 February 1880 at the age of 85 in Polk, Venango, PA.36824,113422,113423 Buried in Sandy Creek Cemetery, Polk, PA, without a marker. Some put his death year as 1882. He has reference number RLT # 119.4704 Parents: John TEMPLE-4494 and Mary GRAY-4641.
Spouse: Margaret Salome (Salome) JEWEL-24630. Margaret Salome (Salome) JEWEL and Robert TEMPLE were married on 11 January 1815 in Sandy Creek, Venango, PA.9077,36824 Some sources, such as his pension application, give the year as 1820. That date, however, is after the births of the first two children. Children were: Seth TEMPLE-5429, John TEMPLE-5430, Sarah TEMPLE-5431, Eliakim TEMPLE-5432, Mary TEMPLE-5433, Sylvanus TEMPLE-5434, Rebecca TEMPLE-5435, Elizabeth TEMPLE-5436, Robert TEMPLE-5437.
Robert TEMPLE8380 was born about 1795 in Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom. He immigrated about 1843 to Canada.
Reverend Robert TEMPLE328,8409 was born on 13 May 1796 in Galway, Saratoga, NY.8409,8410,8411,8412,29762 He served in the military in 1814.113424 Served as a drummer in Swift's And Dobbin's Regiment (1814), New York Volunteers. Later placed a claim for $ 62.50 for his service while he was living in spring Twp., PA. He moved in 1818 in Meadville, Crawford, PA.328 Robert moved in 1820 in Spring Twp., Crawford, PA.328 In August 1850 he was a farmer in Spring Twp., Crawford, PA.8410 In July 1860 he was a farmer in Spring Twp., Crawford, PA.8411 Robert appeared in the census in June 1880 in Spring Twp., Crawford, PA.8412 He died on 24 May 1888 at the age of 92 in Spring Twp., Crawford, PA.8409,8559 Buried in Rundells Cemetery, Conneautville, PA. He has reference number RLT # 17.1331 Robert was a Baptist preacher.8409 He was a Universalist preacher. Served as drummer in War of 1812 under Gen. Hugh W. Dobbins, Ripley's Division. Injured by cannon ball at Fort Erie, for which he received a pension. Parents: Alexander TEMPLE-4459 and Maria FLANSBURGH-4460.
Spouse: Eliza ALLEN-4539. Eliza ALLEN and Reverend Robert TEMPLE were married on 25 March 1819 in Ovid, Seneca, NY.8409,8415 Children were: Sarah Adaline TEMPLE-4540, Reuben Smith Brown (Reuben) TEMPLE-4541, Mary TEMPLE-4542, Fayette Addison (Fayette) TEMPLE-4543, Julia Ann TEMPLE-4544, Lydia Eliza TEMPLE-4545, Minerva TEMPLE-23916.
Robert TEMPLE was born about 1804 in Greene Co., TN.65369 Parents: John TEMPLE-4489 and Jane RUSSELL-21668.
Robert TEMPLE43815 was born in 1804 in Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.43816,43817,43819 He immigrated after 1838 to Rollin, Lenawee, MI. In August 1850 he was a farmer in Rollin, Lenawee, MI.43816 In July 1860 Robert was a farmer in Rollin, Lenawee, MI.43817 He died before 1880 at the age of 76. He has reference number RLT # F.1030 Parents: TEMPLE-47512.
Spouse: Mary JACKSON-47497. Mary JACKSON and Robert TEMPLE were married in 1833. Children were: Hannah TEMPLE-47505, Thomas TEMPLE-47498, Joseph Jackson (Joe) TEMPLE-47499, Alfred O. TEMPLE-47500, Charles Spencer TEMPLE-47501, James TEMPLE-113781, Julius E. TEMPLE-47506, Florence I. TEMPLE-47507, Florena Adell (Dell) TEMPLE-47508.
Robert TEMPLE14106,100041 was born on 30 June 1806 in North Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA.20315,23218,34478,36534,36535,36536,36537 Some Temple Pedigrees gives 1804. Gave his age as 76 in 1880. The History Of Randolph County, OH said he was born in Allegheny County, PA in 1813. In July 1850 he was a farmer in Versailles, Allegheny, PA.36534 He moved between 1852 and 1855 in Sparta, Randolph, IL.20317,50529,87473 Moved with his older brother, William to IL. He settled 3 miles southwest of Sparta, IL. In June 1860 Robert was a farmer in Sparta, Randolph, IL.36535 In July 1870 he was a farmer in Sparta, Randolph, IL.36538 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Randolph Co., IL.20315 Enumerated with his son William's family. Robert died on 18 November 1885 at the age of 79 in Sparta, Randolph, IL.23218,34478,36537 Buried in Union Cemetery, Sparta, Randolph, IL. He has reference number RLT # 42-1.907 He has reference number RLT # 42i.4391 Parents: John TEMPLE-26029 and Elizabeth MARSHALL-4595.
Spouse: Rebecca GREGORY-24109. Rebecca GREGORY and Robert TEMPLE were married about 1827 in Sparta, Randolph, IL.14100,29551,36539,36540 Children were: William G. TEMPLE-24107, Elizabeth TEMPLE-26056, Martha TEMPLE-26057, Samuel W. (Sam) TEMPLE-24500, John TEMPLE-26058, James Marshall (James) TEMPLE-24480, Joseph M. TEMPLE-26059, Robert TEMPLE-39294, Charles Edward (Ed) TEMPLE-26060.
Robert TEMPLE3387,7383 was born in 1811 in MS.3389,7380 In July 1850 he was a planter in Wilkinson Co., MS.7382 In 1860 he was a planter in Woodville, Wilkinson, MS.3389 In 1870 Robert was a farmer in Fort Adams, Wilkinson, TN.7381 He died. He has reference number RLT # U2924.24822 The assignment of Robert as the son of William needs proof. Surname seemed to be Semple in 1860 and 1870. Parents: William TEMPLE-20710 and Isabel -20707.
Spouse: W. Francina -20711. W. Francina and Robert TEMPLE were married in 1837. Children were: Josephine Catherine TEMPLE-20712, Martha L. TEMPLE-20713, Ann E. TEMPLE-20714, Isabel TEMPLE-20715, W.W. TEMPLE-20716, John T. TEMPLE-20717, Robert TEMPLE Jr.-20718, Olivia TEMPLE-55149, J. Turnball TEMPLE-55150, John TEMPLE-20719.