Thomas TEMPLE died on 14 May 1920 in Chicago, Cook, IL.117369


Thomas TEMPLE died on 4 November 1924 in Pulaski Co., AR.25604


Thomas TEMPLE served in the military in 1940.117370 Served as a private in the 349 Labor Battalion. He died on 29 April 1940 in Hammond, Tangipahoa, LA.117370 Buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Hammond, LA.


Thomas TEMPLE died on 29 April 1940 in Hammond, Tangipahoa, LA.117371 Buried in Greenfield Cemetery #1, Hammond, LA. He served in the military.117371 Served as a private in the 349 Labor Battalion, possibly during WWI, but exact dates and locations unknown.


Thomas TEMPLE lived 2901 West Hunting Park Avenue in Cheltenham, Montgomery, PA in 1939.90403 He died in August 1940 in Cheltenham, Montgomery, PA.90403 Buried 31 Aug in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Cheltenham, PA.


Thomas TEMPLE died in May 1943 in Toledo, Lucas, OH.117372 Buried in Forest Cemetery, Toledo, OH, Plot: section 18, lot 8, row ?, grave 3.


Thomas TEMPLE23616 died in 1947. Parents: James TEMPLE-10112 and Julie -10117.


Thomas TEMPLE lived 220 Angus Crescent in Regina Co., Saskatchewan, Canada in 1946.44985 He died before 1965.

Spouse: Ida B. BEHRNS-143363. Ida B. BEHRNS and Thomas TEMPLE were married. Children were: Douglas MacRae TEMPLE-130695.


Thomas TEMPLE died on 29 April 1971 in Flushing, Queens, NY.117373 Buried in Mount Hebron Cemetery, Flushing, NY.


Thomas TEMPLE died before 2009.5112 Parents: Robert David (Bob) TEMPLE-54635 and Vera May WALL-70889.

Spouse: Mary -70896.


Thomas TEMPLE died before 2013. He was born in MS. He is associated with this family only through the obituary of his sister Florene Elizabeth Temple, and further identification was not possible due to lack of specifics. He was not present in the 1940 census. Parents: Charlie Anderson (Charlie) TEMPLE-20475 and Adelia (Delia) NETTLES-20573.


Thomas TEMPLE died on 6 June 2013 in Kenai, Kenai Peninsula, AK.117374 Died from complications related to a heart transplant.


Thomas TEMPLE died before 2014.85797 Parents: Raymond Bloomfield TEMPLE-44332 and June Carolyn SAMMONS-54193.


Baronet Thomas TEMPLE8671 was born in 1614 in Stanton Bury, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.2921 He was baptized on 10 January 1614 in Stanton Bury, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.2921 He immigrated in 1657.2921 Thomas created baronet on 7 July 1657 in England, United Kingdom.2921 In December 1658 he was a Lieutenant governor of Nova Scotia in Nova Scotia, Canada.117375 He created Baronet of Nova Scotia in 1662 in Nova Scotia, Canada.117376 Thomas lived in Boston, Suffolk, MA between 1667 and 1670.15086,117377 He lived in Boston during the period when he was awaiting recompense for his expenses incurred in Nova Scotia. He benefactor of Harvard College in 1670 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.2921 He died on 27 March 1674 at the age of 60 in Ealing, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom.15086,117376,117378 Some sources say he died in London and was buried at Ealing. Became Governor of Nova Scotia. Parents: Sir John TEMPLE-12938 and Dorothy LEE-12939.


Thomas TEMPLE74682 was born in 1615. Parents: Alexander TEMPLE-3674.


Thomas TEMPLE117379 was born about 1630 in England, United Kingdom. He immigrated on 23 May 1637 to Annapolis, Anne Arundel, MD.117379 He died in Baltimore Co., MD.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-148420. Children were: Thomas TEMPLE-129541.


Thomas TEMPLE605 was born in 1658 in Hutton Bushell, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. Parents: William Guilielmus TEMPLE-24271 and Elizabeth WOAD-24272.


Thomas TEMPLE117380 was born in 1670 in Saco, York, ME.117380 He died in London, London, England, United Kingdom. After death of his father, returned with his mother to MA. He later became a sea captain, married and settled in London, England. His ship frequently put into Boston, and on such occasions he enjoyed visiting with family and friends in Reading MA. Apparently died
without male offspring. Parents: Robert TEMPLE-102 and Goodwife (Goody) -21243.


Thomas TEMPLE1896 was born about 1670 in Baltimore Co., MD. He lived in Baltimore Co., MD in 1695. Appeared on the tax list. He lived in Havre de Grace, Harford, MD in 1698.116951 Lived at Bush River on the Flats near Havre de Grace. Thomas died in May 1710 at the age of 40 in Baltimore Co., MD.116951,117381 Will dated 4 May 1710 in the Baltimore Court House. He divided everything equally among three daughters - Ellinor, Johanna and Susanna. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-129553 and UNKNOWN-148420.

Spouse: Eleanor LORESON-129542. Eleanor LORESON and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 17 April 1699 in St. George's Parish, Baltimore, MD.1896,49076,50444 Marriage Bann dated January 1698. Church register gives year as 1698. Children were: Susannah TEMPLE-129544, Philisanna (Philis) TEMPLE-129545, Johanna TEMPLE-129546, Elinnor TEMPLE-129547.

Spouse: Elizabeth -129543. Elizabeth and Thomas TEMPLE were married after 1709.


Thomas TEMPLE44150 was born in 1694 in Coombs Lane, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom.24282,44150 He immigrated on 21 March 1713 to Goshen, Chester, PA.7731,44150,44152 Emigrated from Malmesbury. He moved in 1732 in East Bradford, West Chester, Chester, PA.44152 Thomas moved in 1734 in East Caln, Chester, PA.44152 He lived in East Caln, Chester, PA in 1770.74678 Known to have 150 acres. He also appeared on a list of inmates in East Bradford. He died in August 1775 at the age of 81 in Goshen, Chester, PA.24282,44150,117382 His son John was his administrator. Parents: William TEMPLE-16446 and Susanna CARRINGTON-16485.

Spouse: Mary Jane Chandler JEFFERIS-4483. Mary Jane Chandler JEFFERIS and Thomas TEMPLE were married about 1729.44150 Rise of the Temples gives an estimate of about 1715, but this would
make her four years old. Children were: John TEMPLE-4484, William TEMPLE-4490, Major TEMPLE-4486, Thomas TEMPLE-4491.


Thomas TEMPLE90533 was born on 1 November 1696 in Reading, Middlesex, MA. He died before 1701 at the age of 5. Parents: Richard TEMPLE-830 and Deborah PARKER-2652.


Thomas TEMPLE was born about 1696 in Charles City, Charles, VA.71855 He received a deed of gift for 126 acres from his parents on 7 September 1724 in Warwick Swamp, Charles, VA.64839 He bought 100 acres on north side of Warwick Swamp on 31 October 1726 in Warwick Swamp, Charles, VA.64839 Thomas died about 11 April 1738 at the age of 42 in Prince George Co., VA.71855 Parents: William TEMPLE-9823 and Rebecca TATUM-9824.

Spouse: Frances -9835. Frances and Thomas TEMPLE were married before 4 June 1724 in Prince George Co., VA.2714 Children were: TEMPLE-9836, David TEMPLE-9837, TEMPLE-9838, TEMPLE-9839, Rebecca TEMPLE-9840, Samuel TEMPLE-9841, TEMPLE-9842.


Thomas TEMPLE34292,38877,117383 was born on 7 July 1701 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.38877,117384 He died in August 1701 at the age of 0 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.117384 This Thomas has been confused in many genealogies with his later brother of the same name who survived. Parents: Dr. Richard TEMPLE-33 and Mary BARKER-4962.


Thomas TEMPLE1913 was born on 20 August 1702 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.1913,11263,117385 He moved about 1758 in Shutesbury, Franklin, MA.117386,117387 In Evert's 1879 book, History Of The Connecticut River Valley, under Shutesbury, Mass, he lists Thomas Temple as one of the original settlers of 1733-1738. Many of the original settlers had come from Lancaster, Worcester, MA. He died about 1785 at the age of 83 in Shutesbury, Franklin, MA.11263 Thomas was a Carpenter.11263 Parents: Dr. Richard TEMPLE-33 and Mary BARKER-4962.

Spouse: Sarah BARNARD-5083. Sarah BARNARD and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 12 August 1730 in Worcester, Worcester, MA.11258,11263 Children were: Sarah TEMPLE-780, Elijah TEMPLE-781, Thomas TEMPLE-853, Archelaus TEMPLE-782, Beulah TEMPLE-783, John TEMPLE-784, William TEMPLE-25, Mary TEMPLE-786, Rosina TEMPLE-789, Silas TEMPLE-788, Dorcas TEMPLE-787, Frederick TEMPLE-785.


Thomas TEMPLE16110,38877 was born on 2 May 1714 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.38877,90533 He was baptized on 20 June 1714 in Wakefield, Middlesex, MA.79775 He moved in 1742 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA.12452,31952 Some sources indicate he may have moved as late as 1745. Apparently, he first stayed with Ephraim Hager, and then with William Pitts Temple, his grandson. Thomas was elected as Selectman between 1760 and 1772 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA.31952 He was elected as Town Treasurer between 1767 and 1769 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA.31952 He died on 28 February 1773 at the age of 58 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA.22,31952,38877,42459,117388 Buried in Church Hill Cemetery, Framingham, MA. Parents: Richard TEMPLE-830 and Deborah PARKER-2652.

Spouse: Sarah PARKER-4389. Sarah PARKER and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 9 April 1736 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.10874 Children were: Thomas TEMPLE Jr.-342, Hananiah TEMPLE-4391, Lt. Josiah TEMPLE-4392, Richard TEMPLE-4394, Sarah TEMPLE-4395, Joseph TEMPLE-4396, Phebe TEMPLE-4393, Jonathan TEMPLE-352, Lieutenant Ebenezer TEMPLE-4397.

Spouse: Hephzibah HARTSHORN-4390. Hephzibah HARTSHORN and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 17 July 1770 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.10874,23384,38877 Intention filed 17 Jul 1770.


Thomas TEMPLE117389 was born about 1718 in Holden, Worcester, MA.117389 He died in 1759 at the age of 41 in Holden, Worcester, MA.74700,117389 He had his estate probated in 1759 in Holden, Worcester, MA.117390 Estate turned over to an administrator. Unmarried, died without issue. Parents: Benjamin TEMPLE-122 and Abigail WAITE-128.


Thomas TEMPLE117391 was born in March 1723 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.74994 Born on Long island in Boston Harbor. He was baptized on 27 March 1726/7 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.117392 He died before April 1754 at the age of 31 in Jamaica Plain, Suffolk, MA.74994 It is not clear from the sources I have seen whether the island of Jamaica in the Bahamas is meant, or whether it is Jamaica in either NY or MA. Made will in Jamaica prior to 1754. Died before his father. Some sources indicate that there were two sons named Thomas - one born in Mar 1723, and the second, who was baptized in 1726. I am not convinced that Robert named two sons with the same name, nor that the birth of one precludes his being the same son as the one baptized in 1726. It was unusual for these folks to baptize so long after birth, but I think a simpler solution is that there was only one Thomas. In any case, since neither married or had issue, the question is academic. Parents: Captain Robert TEMPLE-4625 and Mehitable NELSON-4626.


Thomas TEMPLE16306,72027 was born on 10 October 1725 in Kennett Square, Chester, PA.9078,16306,16308,43426 He lived in Pennsbury, Chester, PA in 1770.74678 He was known to have 190 acres. He died on 21 June 1808 at the age of 82 in Pennsbury, Chester, PA.13064,16306,16308,117393,117394 Will dated 19 Dec 1807, proved 18 Jul 1808. Buried in Kennett Friends Burial Ground, Kennett Square, PA. Thomas was a Justice of Common Pleas. He was Quaker.16306 Member of state legislature. Existence inferred from lineage of Caleb Temple. No further evidence in Rise of the Temples. Parents: William TEMPLE-4525 and Hannah TAYLOR-4526.

Spouse: Jane BRINTON-4530. Jane BRINTON and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 17 March 1751 in Chester, Delaware, PA.9078,16306,16308,16310 Some sources give the place as Birmingham Meeting and others as Thornbury. Date is also given as 16 May. Children were: Joseph TEMPLE-4531, William TEMPLE-4532, Thomas TEMPLE-4533, Mary TEMPLE-4534, Samuel TEMPLE-4535, Caleb TEMPLE-4536, Edward Brinton TEMPLE-4537, Jane TEMPLE-4538.


Thomas TEMPLE1890,53113 was born about 1730 in Pasquotank Co., NC.53113 He lived in Pasquotank Co., NC in 1748.1890 He can be securely placed in Pasquotank Co., NC as early as 1748, and possibly before. He lived in Johnston Co., NC in September 1753.1890 Thomas Temple enters 150 acres in Johnston County on south side of Neuse River, upper side of Falling Creek and Reedy Branch includes his own improvements. Research by Ralph Berlyn Temple, who found this in N.C. Land Entries 1753-1756 by Dr. Pruitt. Thomas on taxpayer rolls in 1754 in Pasquotank Co., NC.1890 Research by Ralph Berlyn Temple found this in the New Bern Library "NC Taxpayers 1701-1786." He served in the military between 1755 and 1766 in Pasquotank Co., NC.1890 Appeared as a private in Colonel Robert Murdins Regiment in 1755. Appeared again in 1766 as a Sergeant in Captain Jarvis Jones Company, under Colonel Thomas Taylor. Probably a Loyalist, since there is no record of service for him in the Revolution. Ralph Berlyn Temple pointed out that he was in Carteret Co., NC from 1771-1791, and wondered whether he left Pasquotank Co. due to his unpopular siding with the British. Found by Ralph Berlyn Temple in the New Bern Library "Colonial Soldiers of the South 1732-1774." He bought 53 acres of land from James Mc Daniel on 5 March 1758 in Pasquotank Co., NC.1890 Thomas paid 20 pounds for 53 acres on the southwest side of the Pasquotank River, in an area called New Land, which is now outside Morgan's Corner on Highway 158. It was adjacent to land owned by Joseph Temple. Found by Ralph Berlyn Temple in Pasquotank County Courthouse, Book F/G, page 184. Thomas buyer of land on the Pasquotank River on 13 October 1760 in Morgans Corner, Pasquotank, NC.1890 Purchased 30.5 acres for 100 pounds from Thomas Forehand as part of a tract of 535 acres in the New Land area. Found by Ralph Berlyn Temple in the Pasquotank County Courthouse, Book F/G, page 385. He buyer of 50 acres from James Mc Daniel on 3 March 1762 in Morgans Corner, Pasquotank, NC.1890 Bought 50 acres fro 500 pounds on the west side of the Pasquotank River in the New Land area. Deed was in the name of Thomas and his wife Susannah. Witnessed by Joseph Temple. Found by Ralph Berlyn Temple in Pasquotank County Courthouse, Book D/E, page 121. He buyer of land from Joseph Pritchard on 5 October 1762 in Morgans Corner, Pasquotank, NC.1890 For 50 pounds, bought 50 acres on the southwest side of the Pasquotank River. Ralph Berlyn Temple found this in Pasquotank County Courthouse, Book C, page 412. Berlyn found further that the land was patented to Joseph Pritchard in 1750. He noted that a 15 Apr 1718 deed of sale showed Benjamin Pritchard bought land previously owned by Robert Temple, which is a possible link between Thomas and Robert Temple. Thomas bought land from Samuel Brothers on 8 October 1765 in Morgans Corner, Pasquotank, NC.1890 Paid 60 pounds for 60 acres on the southwest side of the Pasquotank River in the New Land area. Land adjacent to Joseph Temple's. Found by Ralph Berlyn Temple in the Pasquotank County Courthouse, Book D/E, page 371. He on the tax list in 1767 in Pasquotank Co., NC.1890 He bought land from William Nichols on 12 January 1768 in Morgans Corner, Pasquotank, NC.1890 Adjacent to land owned by Isaac Sawyer. Thomas moved about 1770 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 After this date, he appears to have lived mainly in Carteret Co., NC. Before this time, he appears mainly in Pasquotank records, and after this time, mainly in Carteret Co. records. He first appeared in Carteret County records in 1771 when is mentioned as a taxpayer on a Carteret County tax list. He next appears on 15 October 1773 when he purchased a one acre lot in Beaufort. He is listed in the 1779 Carteret County tax records as owning six cattle and 75 pounds currency. The 1784 tax records indicate that he owned 56 acres of land on Bogue Sound which agrees with the acreage of the Mill Field plot. Thomas Temple obtained this land from Jonathan Hibbs on 4 February 1782. He buyer of land from Isaac Sawyer on 8 March 1770 in Morgans Corner, Pasquotank, NC.1890 Bought 41.5 acres for 50 pounds in the New Land area. He on the tax list in 1771 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 Found by Ralph Berlyn Temple in the New Bern Library, Early American Series, NC, Vol. 7. Thomas bought land in October 1773 in Beaufort, Carteret, NC.1890 15 October 1773: By indenture, Benjamin Price of Craven County (shipwright) sold to Thomas Temple of Beaufort for 6 pounds a piece of land containing one acre on east side of Handburrys gut at Beaufort to be laid off in the manner and form of the front lots of Beaufort. Benjamin Price purchased the land 24 February 1767. Found by Ralph Berlyn Temple in the records of the Carteret County Courthouse, Book I, page 105. He on a small jury in June 1774 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 June-July 1774: In Carteret County Court Minutes, Thomas Temple is listed as member of PETIT (small) jury. (Carteret Technical College Microfilm: Carteret Court Minutes 1747-1777.) He seller of land in October 1774 in Beaufort, Carteret, NC.1890 20 October 1774: By indenture, Thomas Temple of Beaufort sold to James Jennet of Beaufort (shoemaker) for 4 pound Lot No. 7 (1/2 acre) in the New Town of Beaufort. (Book I, page 104.) (Note: Lot No. 7 is located on east side of Marsh Street approximately second row from Front Street. Lot 8 behind Lot 7 to east.) Thomas deller of land in December 1774 in Beaufort, Carteret, NC.1890 20 December 1774: In Carteret County Court Minutes, entry acknowledges deed of sale from Thomas Temple to James Jennet for a lot in the town of Beaufort No. 7 in the New Town. (Carteret Technical College Microfilm: Carteret County Court Minutes 1747-1777.) He seller of land in January 1775 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 7 January 1775: By indenture, Thomas Temple, planter of Beaufort, sold to James Jennet, shoemaker of Beaufort, for 8 pounds Lot No. 8 (1/2 acre) in the New Town of Beaufort. (Book I, page 136.) He buyer of land in April 1778 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 24 April 1778: By indenture, Reuben Benthall of Carteret County for the sum of 125 pounds sold to Thomas Temple of Carteret County a piece of land lying on the east side of North River containing 320 acres. (Book I, page 236.) Thomas seller of a slave in December 1778 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 25 December 1778: By Bill of Sale, Thomas Temple, Carteret County, sold to William Borden for fifty-five pounds a Negro woman named Nancy, 45 years old. Proved in open court March 1788 (Book L, page 147.) He seller of some land in February 1779 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 26 February 1779: By indenture, Thomas Temple, Carteret County, sold to Amos Johnson for 200 pounds a piece of land lying on the east side of North River containing 40 acres. (Book I, page 374.)

26 February 1779: By indenture, Thomas Temple, Carteret County, sold to Amos Johnson for 300 pounds a piece of land, also 7 head of cattle, lying on the east side of North River containing 320 acres. (Book I, page 375.) He buyer of some land in February 1782 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 4 February 1782: Jonathan Hibbs of Carteret County for the sum of 250 pounds sold to Thomas Temple a piece of land lying on Bogue Sound containing 56 acres. (Book I, page 314.) (Jonathan was married to Elizabeth Oglesby, sister of Dorcas. The Hibbs reportedly came from Pasquotank County also and were good friends of the Temples.) Thomas appeared in the census between 1784 and 1787 in Pasquotank Co., NC.97161 Enumerated with 2 males 21-60, 2 either below 21 or above 60, and 4 females. Also enumerated were 4 blacks 12-50, and 3 blacks under 12 or over 50. He lived in Pasquotank Co., NC in 1790.1890 The 1790 census showed Thomas to have 3 males (2 over 16, 1 under 16) and 4 females - if he was the Thomas of Pasquotank Co., NC. The 1790 also showed a Thomas in Carteret Co., NC, who is probably the same Thomas, since he had 3 males over 16 and 4 females. Had 7 slaves in 1790. He died in 1791 at the age of 61 in Pasquotank Co., NC.1890 The will of Thomas of Pasquotank Co., NC, was probated 27 Nov 1791. The Thomas Temple listed in Carteret Co., NC, had to have died at about this time, since his sons Thomas and William inherited land shown in a deed dated 1 Nov 1793. The last public record of Thomas appeared 17 May 1791 in Carteret Co., NC. Thomas buyer of some land in May 1791 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 16 May 1791: Ananias Nelson of Carteret County for the sum of eighty pounds sold to Thomas Temple of Carteret County a parcel of land between Bogue Sound and Newport River containing 200 acres. Originally land patented by George Frize. (Book L, page 320.) He died in November 1791 at the age of 61 in Pasquotank Co., NC.1890,53113,61938 Rise of the Temples and Temple People, Vol, II give the will date as 25 Nov 1791, probated 12 Dec 1791. Research by Ralph Berlyn Temple gave the will of Thomas of Pasquotank Co., NC, probated 27 Nov 1791. The Thomas Temple listed in Carteret Co., NC, had to have died at about this time, since his sons Thomas and William inherited land shown in a deed dated 1 Nov 1793. The last public record of Thomas appeared 17 May 1791 in Carteret Co., NC. The will cited his sons James and Thomas, as well as Susannah Koen, Peggy Sawyer, Fanny Temple, and granddaughter Mary Stokely (who was the daughter of Elizabeth Temple and Joseph Stokely). He possibly one of the Temples in what is known as the Oglesby Legend in NC.1890 The Oglesby Legend is reported by Ralph Berlyn Temple as follows:

A Temple family reportedly lived on Bogue Sound in the early 1700s immediately east of the site of the present Gull Harbor development. This information has been passed down through generations of the Oglesby's, a prominent Bogue Sound family from the 1700s who married into the Temple family and later purchased this Temple land. The Oglesby's give us a legend of an Indian raid made on this Temple family early in the 18th century, which they believe occurred 1710-1720. (Note: This 1710-1720 date makes it unlikely that this incident occurred in Carteret County; probably occurred in Pasquotank County. Research to date indicates that the 1771 Thomas Temple is the earliest known Temple in Carteret County.)

"The legend of the Temple family living on Mill Field, later Levi T. Oglesby and Abigail Tolson property of Bogue Sound happened like this according to the story of the Oglesby's. The Temple family had a water mill on a small stream emptying into the sound known at that time as Betsy Field Creek. In old deeds it is referred to as a "gut" and lately it has been dredged and is part of the Gull Harbor development.

Mr. Temple was a sea-going man and was a pilot for one of the ships sailing between the West Indies and the Carolina coast. During his voyages he was absent for long periods of time.

It was during one of Mr. Temple's voyages to the West Indies that a band of Indians suddenly visited the Temple home on Bogue Sound. The Indians were said to be of the Chickasaw tribe. However, this may not be correct as it is doubtful Indians of this tribe were in that area. The Temples had three children. The oldest, a boy 10 years old, had climbed up an apple tree when the Indians came. They murdered the boy and seized the food the mother had cooked for dinner. They then began throwing the baby from one to another. Knowing her predicament with no neighbors near, she thought of a jug of rum that was stored in the mill. She ran to the mill, found the jug and started passing it from one Indian to another until they were all well intoxicated. She grabbed an ax where she had been cutting wood and proceeded to club the Indians one by one until they were all killed. The circumstances of the disposal of their dead bodies is not recalled but they were said to be buried east of the Betsy Field Creek." In a letter by Mrs. Polly Williamson, daughter of Colonel Benjamin Temple, to Dr. William Gwathmey of King County, VA, in 1831, she listed the ten children of Joseph Temple. Thomas was not listed, and was assigned to Joseph by Rise of the Temples. This is most likely an error, based on more comprehensive research by Ralph Berlyn Temple.

He appeared in the 1786 Pasquotank County Census of 1786 with four females, one of whom was his wife. Still had four females in 1790, so I cannot tell when two of them were born. Possibly the last two were born after 1786, but it could just as easily be true that the first two girls had moved out by 1786.

The lineage here is in doubt. Rise of the Temples gives Thomas as the son of Joseph Temple. However, more careful research indicates he was not. Research and conclusions by Ralph Berlyn Temple identify this Thomas as the son of Daniel Temple, of Pasquotank Co., NC. That research puts This Thomas in the Carteret Co., NC, records in 1773. His research, though, indicates Thomas was married to Lurany McDaniel, daughter of James McDaniel (according to James McDaniel's 1780 will). that same Thomas, apparently, married a Susannah, since both are mentioned in a 1762 deed. With the difficulties of old records, it is possible that these facts apply to more than one Thomas (which correlates to the impossibly long lifespan of Thomas given in Rise of the Temples, who must be two Thomases).

He bought considerable land along the water in both Pasquotank and Carteret counties. The Temples of Carteret county were said to be seagoing folk, differentiating him from the inland Wake and Johnston county, NC,Temples.

Research by Ralph Berlyn Temple provided the following summary of transactions of Thomas:
"3 October 1748: "Minutes of the Executive Council (1735-1754) at New Bern". Warrants for 200 acres each to Thomas Temple and John Temple in Johnston County (which then included Wake). (Beaufort Library "The Colonial Records of NC".) (It is likely that this is the same Thomas from Pasquotank. Eunice's research indicates that other Temples in NC arrived later and were descended from the Prince George, VA Temples: Samuel Temple is Chatham County 1755; Henry Temple in Granville approximately 1760, then to Wake a few years later.) In 1754 Thomas added 80 acres to his patent on Neuse River and Falling Creek (near Goldsboro). John is later mentioned in records: on 22 February 1764 in Duplin County on Killswamp Branch, on 14 June 1784 in Wayne County on Falling Creek, and on 2 March 1790 in Wayne County on Falling Creek."

"5 January 1750: Thomas Temple witnessed sale of 52 ½ acres south of the Pasquotank River in the Dismal Swamp from John Cooper to Isaac Sawyer for 100 pounds. Proved April 1751 court by Thomas Temple. (Book B, page 163)."

"April 1751: A deed of sale for land from John Cooper to Isaac Sawyer was witnessed by Thomas Temple."

He is confused in Rise of the Temples with his son, Thomas. Although the birth date given in Rise of the Temples is before 1750 for the husband of Rhoda Burnham, the age range in the 1800 census of Pasquotank County is 1774-1784, and the range from the 1820 census is before 1775 -- which resolves to a range of 1774 to 1775, not before 1750. So Thomas, in Rise of the Temples, is a conflation of Thomas and his son, Thomas. Parents: Daniel TEMPLE-52753 and UNKNOWN-52754.

Spouse: Luraney (Fannie) MC DANIEL-4503. Luraney (Fannie) MC DANIEL and Thomas TEMPLE were married about 1750 in NC.1890,53113 Her marriage to Thomas Temple is mentioned in the will of her father, James McDaniel in 1780. Children were: William TEMPLE-24794, Thomas TEMPLE-4522, James TEMPLE-4508, Susannah TEMPLE-4507, Peggy TEMPLE-4505, Mary Elizabeth TEMPLE-35078, Nancy TEMPLE-35079, Frances (Fanny) TEMPLE-35077, Ann TEMPLE-4504.

Spouse: Dorcas OGLESBY-42069. Dorcas OGLESBY and Thomas TEMPLE were married.

Spouse: Susannah MC DANIEL-47642. Susannah MC DANIEL and Thomas TEMPLE were married before 1762 in NC.1890 Marriage is mentioned in a 1762 deed in Pasquotank Co., NC. It is remotely possible that Susannah and Luraney are the same woman, and that Luraney's name is a confusion for Susannah.


Thomas TEMPLE1913,74635 was born on 21 November 1732 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.117395 Parents: Benjamin TEMPLE-145 and Hannah -854.


Thomas TEMPLE22,117396 was born on 22 January 1734 in Hadley, Hampshire, MA.117396 He served in the military in 1757.77411 The History of the Connecticut Valley reported, "In Lieut. Jonathan Dickinson's company, Col. Israel Williams' regiment, called out to defend the Western frontier when Fort William Henry was besieged in 1757, were Lieut. Jonathan Dickinson...Thomas Temple, Archelaus Temple." For further information about the action was provided. He served in the military between 1775 and 1781.116718 "Descriptive list of men raised in Worcester Co. to serve in the Continental Army, agreeable to resolve of Dec. 2, 1780, as returned by Seth Washburn, Superintendent; Capt. Ingoldsby's co., Col. Cushing's regt.; age, 39 yrs.; stature, 5 ft. 10 in.; complexion, dark; occupation, farmer; engaged for town of Shrewsbury; engaged April 2, 1781; term, 3 years." Thomas was a Farmer.117396 Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-32 and Sarah BARNARD-5083.

Spouse: Susannah WILDER-24002. Susannah WILDER and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 1 April 1758 in Hadley, Hampshire, MA.38499 Data based on correspondence from Clerk of the Town of Hadley, MA. Children were: Joanna (Anna) TEMPLE-49223.


Thomas TEMPLE86206 was born about 1735.86207 Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-130 and Abigail STEARNS-437.


Thomas TEMPLE was born about 1737 in Greenfield, Franklin, MA.22 He served in the military in 1755/6.22 Served as a private in the French and Indian War.


Thomas TEMPLE117397 was born about 1737 in Brandywine, Chester, PA.117398 He died about 1810 at the age of 73.117398 He was a blacksmith in Chester Co., PA.117398 Rise of the Temples says he had offspring, but gives no names. Some Temple Pedigrees gives one daughter, Sarah, but no further details. I find him the best candidate, of all his siblings, to be father of Thomas Temple, b 1767 in PA. However, there is a nearly equal likelihood that this Thomas' brother William was the father. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-4482 and Mary Jane Chandler JEFFERIS-4483.

Children were: Sarah TEMPLE-36129.


Thomas TEMPLE Jr.117399 was born on 29 January 1738 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.16110,87395,103011 Some Temple Pedigrees gave place as Reading, MA. He died before 1790 at the age of 52 in Peterborough, Hillsborough, NH.10727,16015 Died before his daughter Martha was sent to live with her maternal grandparents. He moved in Peterborough, Hillsborough, NH. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-351 and Sarah PARKER-4389.

Spouse: Martha BREWER-335. Martha BREWER and Thomas TEMPLE Jr. were married on 24 January 1760 in Westborough, Worcester, MA.16014,16015 Children were: Anna TEMPLE-343, Arabella TEMPLE-344, Nicanor TEMPLE-345, Martha TEMPLE-20953, Fannira TEMPLE-20954, Martha TEMPLE-346, Richard TEMPLE-347, Sarah Bright (Sally) TEMPLE-348, Submit TEMPLE-349.


Thomas TEMPLE28195 was born on 8 January 1756 in Kennett Square, Chester, PA.9078,28195,28196,43426 Also given as 8 Mar. He died on 5 June 1838 at the age of 82 in Pennsbury, Chester, PA.28195,28196,117393,117400 Will dated 1807. Date of death estimated in Rise of the Temples. However, Branches of the Family Tree gives 1807 as the death date. That brings into question the last of his children and the birth dates. Buried in Fallowfield Cemetery, Coatesville, PA. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-4527 and Jane BRINTON-4530.

Spouse: Wilmath DOTY-5193. Wilmath DOTY and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 8 January 1776 in Kennett, Chester, PA.28195 Children were: John TEMPLE-5195, Isaac TEMPLE-5194, Ann TEMPLE-5196, Caleb TEMPLE-26624, Lydia P. TEMPLE-30393, Charlotte TEMPLE-5198, Jacob TEMPLE-5504.


Thomas TEMPLE1907,14286 was born between 1760 and 1770 in Cumberland Co., NC.117401 He appeared in the census in 1830 in Greene Co., TN.117401 Enumerated with his wife and 1 male, 15-30, 3 females 15-30. He died in IN. Parents: Needham TEMPLE-9909.


Thomas TEMPLE was born in April 1761 in Chester Co., PA.43426 Baptized in Forks of the Brandywine Presbyterian Church. May be the brother of William, also baptized there in Apr 1761. Parents: William TEMPLE-135540.


Thomas TEMPLE39545 was born about 1765 in Prince George Co., VA. He appeared in the census in 1810 in Prince George Co., VA.74160 He appeared in the census in 1820 in Prince George Co., VA.74160 Appears with a large number of children, probably not all his. Thomas appeared in the census in 1830 in Prince George Co., VA.74160 He appeared in the census in 1840 in Prince George Co., VA.74160 He died in 1842 at the age of 77. Had 3 sons and 4 daughters according to 1810 and 1820 Census. Only four identified. Parents: Samuel TEMPLE-9841 and DRURY-9844.

Spouse: Margaret HEATH-22145. Margaret HEATH and Thomas TEMPLE were married about 1790. Children were: Thomas TEMPLE Jr.-22150, TEMPLE-33871, TEMPLE-33870, Thurina TEMPLE-22151, Eliza TEMPLE-22152, Catharine TEMPLE-22153.


Thomas TEMPLE1890,48930,52681,117402,117403 was born about 1766 in Carteret Co., NC.1890,18233 The date given seems quite late for him to have served in the Southern Campaign of the Revolution. Also, records indicate his birth was in Carteret Co., NC. Rise of the Temples confuses him with another Thomas who was born in VA. He served in the military in 1781.1890 Served on the side of the British during the Southern Campaign, where he was wounded and lost the use of his arm. He also lost his home due to his loyalty to the British. He appeared on 24 Apr 1781 as a private during a muster of Captain Donald Cameron's Company, King's Rangers, at Augusta, GA. Credited with 61 days service, from 25 Apr to 24 Jun 1781. He enlisted on 5 Mar 1781. Found by Ralph Berlyn Temple in the New Bern Library "Loyalists in the Southern Campaign, Volume I, page 58. He appeared in the census in 1790 in Carteret Co., NC.27068 Appears with 3 males over 16, and four females (no ages given). Thomas appeared in the census in 1790 in Northampton Co., NC.18234 Enumerated as a male over 16. He appeared in the census in 1790 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 The 1790 Census listed the Thomas Temple household as the sole Temple family in Carteret (also Craven) County. The family consisted of three white males over 16 years old and four females. He received all his father's land except for the "Old Plantation" in 1791 in Pasquotank Co., NC.1890 Thomas involved in land transaction with his brother William in 1793 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 Deed dated 1 November 1793 revealed that William purchased the one-half share (28 acres) of Thomas' (son) for 50 pounds. This deed further stated that the land had been received by William and Thomas from "Thomas Temple, our father" . . . "by heirship", (deed also states that Thomas (father) received the land from Jonathan Hibbs and land patent was originally part of land patent for 100 acres dated 20 April 1741). The deed was signed by Thomas (son) and Nancy (wife) Temple, witnessed by Calos Longest and Thomas Bareat. He involved in land transaction in 1794 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 Deed dated 19 November 1794 indicates that William and Thomas (son) Temple sold a parcel of land received from father Thomas Temple to Ananias Nelson for $80.00. The parcel was described as 200 acres lying in Carteret County between Bogue Sound and Newport River on the side of __ Branch abutting Benjamin Oglesby's land. He bought 60 acres from his brother James on 18 August 1798 in Carteret Co., NC.1890 Thomas lived in Carteret Co., NC before 1800.1890 He appeared in the census in 1800 in Carteret Co., NC.27068 Eight years after marriage to Nancy, he is listed alone in the census. He appeared in the census in 1800 in Pasquotank Co., NC.18234 Enumerated as 16-26, placing his birth date as 1774-1784. He had one female 16-26 (Rhoda) and 1 female 0-10. Thomas moved in 1800 in Pasquotank Co., NC.1890 He appeared in the census in 1810 in Pasquotank Co., NC.18234 Enumerated as 26-45, giving a birth date range of 1765 to 1784, the same for Rhoda. Also with 2 males 16-26 and 1 female 10-16 and 2 0-10. He appeared in the census in 1820 in Pasquotank Co., NC.18234 Enumerated as a male over 45, giving a birth date before 1775, along with Rhoda as age 26-45, one male 0-10 and 1 female 10-16, and 2 females 0-10. Thomas died in 1833 at the age of 67 in Pasquotank Co., NC.18233,18234 Will dated 27 Oct 1833 was probated in the December term of 1833. I have no evidence for the existence of this Thomas, beyond the severe problems created by the dating forced by Rise of the Temples for the Thomas that married Nancy in Pasquotank County. The censuses resolve the latter Thomas to a birth date in the 1784-1794 timeframe, whereas Rise of the Temples gives him a birth date of 1760. He would then have had to be well into his 60s before having his children. Furthermore, Rise of the Temples is demonstrably wrong on forcing Almon Temple to be the same person as Almon S. Temple. Again, Almon appears to be best suited as the son of this unrecognized Thomas, and a contemporary of the Thomas that married Nancy. That also fits the naming convention for Almon S. Temple as the son of Thomas and Nancy, in honor of Thomas' brother.

Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-4457 and Luraney (Fannie) MC DANIEL-4503.

Spouse: Rhoda BURNHAM-5241. Rhoda BURNHAM and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 5 November 1797 in Pasquotank Co., NC.18233,18234 Children were: Elizabeth TEMPLE-19646, Barbary TEMPLE-19647, Olly TEMPLE-19648, Armwell Lockwood TEMPLE-35084.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-47655. Children were: Thomas TEMPLE-4506, Almon TEMPLE-35101.

Spouse: Nancy LONGEST-30806. Nancy LONGEST and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 9 October 1792 in Carteret Co., NC.11464,45003,48930 Bonded to marry Nancy on this date. Nothing further is known of her, and she did not appear in the 1800 census.


Thomas TEMPLE41590,117404 was born in 1767.388 He died about 1854 at the age of 87.388 Formerly, I had reported his name to be John, based on information supplied by Joyce Hagerty, who cites a letter from Eden Booth describing his lineage, among the Chester Co., Papers of Cope and Furthey. However, as often happens with tough lineages like this, new information comes to light to overturn the past. In correspondence from Joyce on 7 Oct 2002, she cites further information from Eden Booth in a 1967 letter, wherein Thomas Temple was given as the father not only of Thomas, Joseph, John, Richard and James, but of the other children now listed. As to Thomas' own ancestry, his common name and availability of alternatives without known documentation have led to his being a pretty solid brick wall.

Spouse: Ann -39884. Ann and Thomas TEMPLE were married about 1791. Children were: Mary TEMPLE-39885, Thomas TEMPLE-21664, Joseph E. TEMPLE-21665, Mary TEMPLE-39886, John TEMPLE-21389, Richard TEMPLE-21666, James TEMPLE-21667.


Thomas TEMPLE was born about 1769.22 He died on 16 October 1833 at the age of 64 in VT.22 Buried in Bennington Cemetery, Bennington, VT.

Spouse: Jane -136667. Jane and Thomas TEMPLE were married.


Thomas TEMPLE was born on 9 September 1770 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.110225,117405 He appeared in the census in 1820 in Middlesex Co., MA.7044 He appears with 4 children. This means that one of those shown either had died (possibly Love) or has been erroneously added to this family. He moved about 1825 in Billerica, Middlesex, MA.117406 Thomas moved about 1840 in New Ipswich, Hillsborough, NH.117406 Linda Wade believes they moved to the New Ipswich area, and that this was the area Sarah Wright was from. He died on 4 February 1850 at the age of 79 in Hillsborough, Hillsborough, NH.22,117407 Died of old age. Buried in Village Cemetery, Peterborough, NH. Albert Temple, in Rise of the Temples, conflated this Thomas with another Thomas, b 1772. Both Thomases, it seems, married women named Sarah Wright, and this has reinforced the confusion. The problem is that we have no proof of the ancestry of Thomas 1772, but we also cannot find any factual evidence that these two men were the same person. Ethel Temple Jensen, a descendant of Thomas 1772, has worked to establish his lineage, but with no provable results. In earlier versions of this database, I committed the same error as Albert Temple, and kept these two together. Ethel has convinced me that this is at best only a tentative conclusion, and until it is proven, we will keep these Thomases and their families separate. Parents: Peter TEMPLE-852 and Lois DARBY-927.

Spouse: Sarah WRIGHT-28249. Sarah WRIGHT and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 30 September 1802 in New Ipswich, Hillsborough, NH.8138,108052,117405,117408,117409 Official records disagree, with some giving 12 Jun, others 30 Sep. The 1905-1906 transcription of original NH marriage and divorce records gave the date as 30 Sep. Children were: Sarah TEMPLE-6472, Thomas Wright TEMPLE-1137, Mary Ann TEMPLE-1139, Lucy (Love, Lovey) TEMPLE-1140, Charles TEMPLE-23484.


Thomas TEMPLE16378,117405 was born on 20 April 1772 in PA.16377,16378,25682,117405,117410,117411 Edmund Rice Genealogy gives 9 Sep 1770 and Concord, MA. However, this appears to be a confusion of Thomases. Also, his gravestone indicates he "Died August 9, 1845, age 73 yrs., 3 mos., 20 days." The grave marker thus yields a birth date of 20 Apr 1772, but this is likely to be an error as it is to be correct, as the family did not know much about him. His birthplace was given by his son Lewis in the 1880 census as NY, but his other children gave, variously VA, MD, OH and NJ. The assertion of his origin in PA is based only on his son Joseph's claim in 1850, and is at best a possibly inaccurate and as yet unprovable assertion. He moved before 1828 in Norwich Twp., Franklin, OH.16378 He moved in 1834/5 in Jackson Twp., Richwood, Union, OH.16378,117412 Purchased land in Union County on 18 Feb 1840. Thomas died on 9 August 1845 at the age of 73 in Richwood, Union, OH.9142,9169 Buried in Temple family plot on the land he purchased in Union Co., OH in 1840. The primary genealogist on this line is Ethel Temple Jensen. In her book, Temple/McNulty Genealogy, she made clear that the relationship of Thomas to his ancestors is yet to be proven. Furthermore, it was her belief that Thomas' parents were in Pennsylvania, and that Thomas went to Ohio by way of Virginia. The earliest documented fact she had on Thomas was his purchase of a plot of land on 11 Jul 1829 in Norwich Township, Franklin, Ohio.

Not all children reported here reflect Mrs. Jensen's research. At least two other books have given pieces of this descent. However, caution needs to be used in this family. Linda Wade and her mother, Ethel Temple Jensen, did considerable research on this family, Linda explained that the OH Temples did not know much of their descent, and particularly where Thomas and his family came from. In his son's 1912 obituary of Lewis, he stated that Joseph was Lewis' father, rather than an elder half brother. This was probably due to Joseph's role in the family, being 26 years older than Lewis, where he was probably more of a father figure than Thomas, especially after Lewis' teenage years.

There seems to be a PA connection for the family. Ethel Temple Jensen's "Temple/McNulty Genealogy" said they were in PA, and that "it is possible Thomas may have arrived in Ohio having travelled through VA." The PA connection came from Joseph, in his 1850 census report, and he says his father was from PA. However, these claims are at best unreliable and unproven assertions. While there is nothing to prove he was not (nor is there a birth record to prove that he was), PA is an as yet unproved assertion.

Linda K. Wade and Ethel Temple Jensen are looking into a couple of possibilities for Thomas' origin. Linda Wade reported that "he was a grandson of the Thomas that came from Coombs Lane (b. 1694). However, (Ethel Jenson)'s intuition tells her that I should go back to VA and research there. It was James Temple, Thomas and Jane's eldest son who said his father was born in VA. I believe that James was fairly closely connected to his parents."

Spouse: Sarah Jane WRIGHT-1136. Sarah Jane WRIGHT and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 12 June 1802.117413 Children were: Joseph TEMPLE Sr.-21633, Eliza TEMPLE-21634.

Spouse: Jane BRITTON-21632. Jane BRITTON and Thomas TEMPLE were married about 1814. Children were: Mary (Polly) TEMPLE-21636, James TEMPLE-21637, Sarah TEMPLE-21638, Abraham (Abram) TEMPLE-21639, Mark TEMPLE-21642, Jacob TEMPLE-21640, Jane TEMPLE-21641, Lewis Edward (Lewis) TEMPLE-1138, John TEMPLE-43013, Colwell TEMPLE-21643, George J. TEMPLE-21644.


Thomas TEMPLE49936 was born on 24 November 1775 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA.10981,31952,49936,49939,87395 Genealogical History of Henry Adams gives birth date of 3 Nov 1780. He died on 27 August 1798 at the age of 22 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA.22,42459,42461,49936,49937 Buried in Church Hill Cemetery, Framingham, MA. Parents: Lt. Josiah TEMPLE-4392 and Elizabeth PITTS-5787.

Spouse: Ruth LITTLEFIELD-5849. Ruth LITTLEFIELD and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 30 November 1797 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA.23384,42461,49936,49937,49939 Children were: Eliza TEMPLE-19341.


Thomas TEMPLE was born about 1776.117414 He died on 25 November 1866 at the age of 90 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.117414 He may be the Thomas born in Springfield, PA, who married Susannah Battin.


Thomas TEMPLE50619,75722,107811 was born on 10 October 1779 in Kennett Square, Chester, PA.9078,11863,11864,11865,43426,78492 Also given as Springfield, Delaware, PA. In September 1850 he was a collecter in South Mulberry, Philadelphia, PA.11864 Occupation is illegible in the 1850 census. In June 1860 he was a collector in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.11865 Thomas has reference number RLT # 57i.1331 No issue.

Parents: William TEMPLE-4532 and Alice LOWNES-4652.

Spouse: Susannah (Susan) BATTIN-19563. Susannah (Susan) BATTIN and Thomas TEMPLE were married before 1850.11862


Thomas TEMPLE was born about 1780. He lived in IN between 1846 and 1852.50241 Thomas' existence is from a biography of John Franklin Temple, the son of Needham and Polly (Speck) Temple. Needham had to be the brother of Thomas, because that article mentions that John F. and his brother Isaiah left home in 1846 and traveled to southern Indiana where their uncle Thomas Temple lived. John was bonded to Thomas until his 21st birthday, or until about 1852. Parents: Needham TEMPLE-34754 and UNKNOWN-57963.


Thomas TEMPLE117403,117415 was born between 1784 and 1794 in NC.117415 Date range resolved from the 1810-1820 censuses. He appeared in the census in 1810 in Pasquotank Co., NC.117415 Enumerated as having 2 males 16-26 and 1 26-45, and 2 females 0-10, 2 females 10-16, and 1 female 16-26. I think the elder male is the father of Thomas or his wife. He appeared in the census in 1820 in Pasquotank Co., NC.117415 Enumerated with 1 male 26-45, and 2 males 0-10, 1 female 26-45 and 2 females 10-16. Thomas died about 1840 at the age of 56. Assumed because he is absent in the 1850 and subsequent censuses. He appeared in the census in 1840 in Pasquotank Co., NC.117415 Possibly enumerated twice, on page 308 and again on 317. On page 308, he is enumerated with 1 male 30-40, 1 male 5-10, and 2 0-5, and 1 female 30-40 and 1 15-20. I believe this needs checking, since the age ranges are out of line with the Thomas appearing in the 1810 and 1820 censuses. Rise of the Temples creates a major problem in this line. The census records resolve the age of Thomas, husband of Nancy, to be in the 1784-1794 range. However, Rise of the Temples, # 79D, p. 23, gives 1760. I think there is a generation problem here. Thomas 1760 may have had a son Thomas with whom he has become confused, and that Thomas is the one identified as the husband of Nancy. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-4522 and UNKNOWN-47655.

Spouse: Nancy -35094. Nancy and Thomas TEMPLE were married about 1829. Children were: Elias C. TEMPLE-5313, Timothy B. TEMPLE-35095, Almon S. TEMPLE-35096.


Thomas TEMPLE10949 was born on 24 February 1786 in Marlborough, Cheshire, NH.10949,16733,34729 He lived in Marlborough, Cheshire, NH in 1795.117416 Appears as one of the charter members of the newly formed Marlborough Social Library committee. He died in June 1815 at the age of 29 in Canada.10949,10952,10953 Cemetery records say 1814. Buried in Waterloo Cemetery, Waterloo, Quebec, Canada. Parents: Lieutenant Ebenezer TEMPLE-4397 and Olive GIBBS-5806.

Spouse: Jane (Jenna) BANKS-5906. Jane (Jenna) BANKS and Thomas TEMPLE were married on 22 August 1805 in Marlborough, Cheshire, NH.2192,10949,10953,10954 Children were: Ebenezer TEMPLE-5907, Mary Fisk TEMPLE-5908, Martha Hill TEMPLE-5909.