|Ransom Bennett (Ransom\Bennett) TEMPLE(S)55693 was born on 18 September 1869 in Johnston Co., NC.3684,8531,23374,25903,25904,25905,55697 He gave Jul 1868 in the 1900 census. Gave his age as 65 in 1930. He appeared in the census in August 1870 in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.55698 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.55697 In June 1900 Ransom was a farmer in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC.25905 He registered as a voter on 25 October 1902 in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.129988 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.25904 In January 1920 Ransom was a farmer in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC.25903 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.23374 Enumerated 4 doors away from Leroy H. and Mary J. Temples - his first cousin once removed. In April 1940 he was a farm operator in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.3684 Ransom died on 10 September 1952 at the age of 82 in Elevation, Johnston, NC.8531 Buried in Temple Family Cemetery, Elevation, Johnston, NC. Appears with the terminal S in 1930. Appeared without it in 1910 and 1940. Parents: Starling Epsie (Epsey) TEMPLE-9869 and Elizabeth Jane (Betsey) MASSENGILL-9887.|
Spouse: Sarah Ellen (Sarah) CREECH-24473. Sarah Ellen (Sarah) CREECH and Ransom Bennett (Ransom\Bennett) TEMPLE(S) were married on 16 February 1898 in Johnston Co., NC.25904,25905,25906 Children were: Ransom Nazareth (Ransom\Nazro) TEMPLE-24474, George W. TEMPLE-49495, Bennett Rother (Bennett) TEMPLE-24475.
Ransom Gideon (Gideon) TEMPLE(S)8716 was born on 7 April 1854 in Johnston Co., NC.8718,8720,63779,129989 He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Morrisville, Wake, NC.8720 He appeared in the census in September 1870 in Middle Creek, Wake, NC.8721 In June 1880 Ransom was a farm laborer in Middle Creek, Wake, NC.8718 Worked on his parents farm. In June 1900 he was a farmer in Middle Creek, Wake, NC.63779 He died on 31 December 1902 at the age of 48 in Willow Springs, Wake, NC.129989 Buried in Willow Spring Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Willow Springs, NC. Appears with the terminal S in 1900. Parents: Ransom H. TEMPLE-9865 and Nancy ALLEN-9886.
Reese Cleveland (Reese) TEMPLE(S)26545,35559 was born on 16 February 1884 in Hart Co., GA.35560,35561,35562,35563,35564,75960,129990 Gave his age as 26 in 1910. Gave his age as 45 in 1930. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Alford, Hart, GA.75960 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Hart Co., GA.35562 In 1918 Reese was a farmer in Hart Co., GA.35564 In January 1920 he was a farmer in Hartwell, Hart, GA.35560 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Hart Co., GA.35561 In April 1940 Reese was a cotton and seed merchant in Hartwell, Hart, GA.35563 He lived 203 North Forest avenue in Hartwell, Hart, GA in 1959.129910 He died on 11 July 1959 at the age of 75 in Anderson, Anderson, SC.129910,129991 Died of a coronary thrombosis. Buried in North View Cemetery, Hartwell, GA. Reese's grandson Peter was killed in the Korean War. I do not know the father of Peter, however. His surname appears with a terminal S in 1910, 1920 and 1940 but not in his SSAN application. His parents were both from GA. Parents: Madison Dodd Carroll TEMPLE(S)-35235 and Susan Ann STOVALL-35287.
Spouse: Magnolia Mary (Mary, Nolie) FRYE-56081. Magnolia Mary (Mary, Nolie) FRYE and Reese Cleveland (Reese) TEMPLE(S) were married on 6 November 1904 in Hart Co., GA.35561,35566 This was their first marriage. Children were: Jesse C. (J.C.) TEMPLE(S)-56083, Perry D. TEMPLES-56085, Sallie Ruth TEMPLES-56086, Fannie Sue (Susie) TEMPLE(S)-56087, Jim Dodd TEMPLE(S)-56084, Laurine (Lorene) TEMPLES-56088, Sara Margaret TEMPLE-56089, Inman TEMPLE(S)-56082, Martha Louise TEMPLE-86137.
Richard TEMPLE(S)129992 was born in October 1828 in Smith Co., TN.5124,5125,5126,23890,23892,129993,129994,129995 The censuses give 1833, and he claimed 1932 in his marriage to Sarah turner, but his grave marker put the date in 1828. In 1850 he was a laborer in Smith Co., TN.129993 Enumerated living with the family of Dana Donaho. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Macon Co., TN.5124,5125 Apparently enumerated again living with Samuel Donoho. In September 1850 Richard was a laborer in Smith Co., TN.129996 Enumerated in the household of Janet Donoho, of no known relationship. In July 1860 he was a farm laborer in Tompkinsville, Monroe, KY.5126 Enumerated next door to his parents' farm, and his mother was enumerated in his household. In 1870 he was a farmer in Monroe Co., KY.23890 In June 1880 Richard was a farmer in Gum, Monroe, KY.23892 In 1895 he was a farmer in KY.129995 He died on 23 January 1902 at the age of 73 in Mud Lick, Monroe, KY.129994 Buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Mud Lick, KY. Richard has reference number RLT # U4244.4504 I had read his name in 1850 as something like Zack. Possibly a brother of James - I think he is the son of James and Martha B. Temple(s), but there is some uncertainty. Appears with the terminal S in 1860. Appears with Germanic spelling in 1880. His parents were both from TN. Parents: James TEMPLE(S)-30825 and Mary COLEY-81315.
Spouse: Sarah Ann (Sallie) COLEY-47190. Sarah Ann (Sallie) COLEY and Richard TEMPLE(S) were married before 1858. Children were: Martha E. TEMPLE(S)-47191, Joel G. TEMPLE-47189, Francis Marion (Frank) TEMPLE-47174.
Robah Douglas (R.D.) TEMPLE(S) was born on 2 May 1886 in NC.227,1196,1197,36147,60709,74492,75124,129997 Death records gave 1886, but his marriage records show he was 24 in 1907. he gave the date in 1885 in his WWI draft registration. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Winston-Salem, Forsyth, NC.75124 He lived in Winston-Salem, Forsyth, NC in 1907.36147 In April 1910 Robah was a tobacco factory laborer in Winston-Salem, Forsyth, NC.1196 In 1918 he was a foreman in Winston-Salem, Forsyth, NC.74492 In January 1920 he was a tobacco farm foreman in Winston-Salem, Forsyth, NC.60709 In April 1930 Robah was a tobacco factory foreman in Winston-Salem, Forsyth, NC.1197 He lived 525 North Cleveland Avenue in Winston-Salem, Forsyth, NC in 1940.129998 He died on 26 October 1973 at the age of 87 in Winston-Salem, Forsyth, NC.227,129997,129999 Buried in Woodland Cemetery, Winston-Salem, NC. Appears with terminal S in 1930 and his son Thomas' draft registration. Gave his name without the terminal S in his WWI draft registration when he printed his name, but added the S in his signature. Some sources change his name to Robert, but he gave it as Robah in his WWI draft registration. Parents: William Douglas TEMPLES-34786 and Martha Lee (Mattie) STARR-34788.
Spouse: Polly A. BROWN-44651. Polly A. BROWN and Robah Douglas (R.D.) TEMPLE(S) were married about 1928 in NC. Children were: Betty Sue TEMPLES-44652, Shirley Ann TEMPLES-83251, Douglas R. TEMPLES-119718.
Spouse: Bella Perry (Billie) SOUTHER-44575. Bella Perry (Billie) SOUTHER and Robah Douglas (R.D.) TEMPLE(S) were married on 1 September 1907 in Winston-Salem, Forsyth, NC.1196,36147 Married in his home. Children were: Agnes Jane TEMPLES-91877, Stella TEMPLE-44576, James Monroe TEMPLES Sr.-44577, Thomas Edward (Ed) TEMPLES-44578, Maude Elizabeth TEMPLES-44579.
Robert TEMPLE(S) Sr.35175 was born in March 1872 in MS.72423,129614,130000 Cemetery records give only the year as 1872, while the 1900 census gave Mar 1874. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Carley, Marion, MS.129614 In January 1920 he was a farmer in Marion Co., MS.130000 Still single in 1920. Robert died in 1952 at the age of 80 in Bunker Hill, Marion, MS.72423 Buried in Good Hope Cemetery, Bunker Hill, MS. Appears without the terminal S in 1920. Parents: Matthew J. TEMPLES-17204 and Sarah Ann STANFORD-17205.
Robert Bruce TEMPLE(S)72663 was born on 14 April 1852 in Conneautville, Crawford, PA.2329,10318,30596,30598,30600,72663,72664,72665,72666 Claimed PA in 1910. Gave 1860 in 1910. Gave 1863 in 1920. He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Conneautville, Crawford, PA.30596 He appeared in the census in June 1870 in Conneautville, Crawford, PA.30598 In June 1900 Robert was a cattleman in Eureka, Greenwood, KS.72666 In April 1910 he was a stock raiser in Wichita, Sedgwick, KS.2329 In January 1920 he was a bank president of Merchants State Bank in Wichita, Sedgwick, KS.10318,72664 Robert lived 223 North Belmont Avenue in Wichita, Sedgwick, KS in 1929.10318 In April 1930 he was a cattle man in Wichita, Sedgwick, KS.72665 He died. Appears with the terminal S in 1910. His parents were both from PA. Parents: Fayette Addison (Fayette) TEMPLE-4543 and Maria Grandson (Maria) DUNHAM-5229.
Spouse: Harriet Phyllis (Hattie) SILL-5388. Harriet Phyllis (Hattie) SILL and Robert Bruce TEMPLE(S) were married on 4 June 1890 in Eureka, Greenwood, KS.2329,30600,72663,72665,72667,72668 Children were: Mary Beatrice (Mary) TEMPLE-5389, George Robert (George) TEMPLE-56051.
Robert Decker TEMPLE(S) was born on 15 August 1949 in Saluda, Saluda, SC.130001,130002 He lived in Batesburg, Lexington, SC in 1978.88725 He died on 15 February 1996 at the age of 46 in Batesburg, Lexington, SC.130003 Buried in Ridge Crest Memorial Park, Batesburg, SC. Robert served in the military.130001 Served as a specialist 4 in Vietnam. Specific ranks, units, dates and locations unknown. Appears without the terminal S on two grave markers in Ridge Crest Memorial Park, Batesburg, SC. Parents: Jacob O. Patterson (Patterson) TEMPLES-34416 and Ersa (Esrie) BODIE-45139.
Spouse: Joyce BOOZER-66880.
Robert H. TEMPLE(S) was born in 1837 in TN.5743,5745 Gave 1840 in 1870. In October 1870 he was a farmer in Tillotson's Pct., Henderson, KY.5745 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Robards, Henderson, KY.5743 His parents were from NC (father) and TN (mother) in 1880. Middle initial from his wife's grave marker. Given with terminal S in 1870.
Spouse: Mary L. -141119. Mary L. and Robert H. TEMPLE(S) were married about 1860.
Robert Lee TEMPLE(S) was born on 31 January 1886 in Early Co., GA.5948,6022,23196,50439,105933,130004 In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Rock Hill, Early, GA.105933 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Lucile, Early, GA.50439 In 1918 Robert was a farmer in Blakely, Early, GA.130004 In February 1920 he was a farmer in Cuba, Early, GA.6022 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Rock Hill, Early, GA.5948 Robert died. His parents were both from GA. Appears without the terminal S in 1920. Appears with the terminal S in 1910 and his WWI draft registration. Parents: James TEMPLE-34099 and Mary Ann TURNER-51175.
Spouse: Mollie B. -70135. Mollie B. and Robert Lee TEMPLE(S) were married before 1920.
Robert Troy (Troy) TEMPLE(S)7862,102007 was born on 11 February 1904 in Leake Co., MS.7862,27738,102008,130005,130006,130007 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Leake Co., MS.102008 In January 1920 he was a farm laborer in Good Hope, Leake, MS.130005 In April 1930 Robert was a farmer in Copiah Co., MS.27736 In April 1940 he was a farmer in Copiah Co., MS.27738 On 16 February 1942 he was a farmer in Crystal Springs, Copiah, MS.130007 Robert lived in Georgetown, Copiah, MS on 31 March 1943.120827 He died on 5 February 1988 at the age of 83 in Crystal Springs, Copiah, MS.7862,130006 Buried in Poplar Springs Cemetery, Crystal Springs, MS. His parents were both from MS. Appears with the terminal S in 1930 but without in SSDI.
Spouse: Minnie Inez DAVIS-26634. Minnie Inez DAVIS and Robert Troy (Troy) TEMPLE(S) were married in 1923 in MS.27736 They27736 were divorced after April 1940.7862 Children were: Robert James (James) TEMPLE-26713, Leroy Curtis (Curtis) TEMPLE-26715, Joyce Jean TEMPLE-26714, Glynn TEMPLE-87187, Cotton TEMPLE-26716.
Rodney Emerson (Rodney) TEMPLE(S)45762 was born on 26 December 1895 in Little Springs, Franklin, MS.5337,60368,60371,130008 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Franklin Co., MS.5337 In May 1910 he was a farm laborer in Franklin Co., MS.46217 In 1917 Rodney was a farmer in Meadville, Franklin, MS.130008 In January 1920 he was a saw mill laborer in Bude, Franklin, MS.129476 Rodney and his brother Ray were enumerated in 1920 in the household of Sam Hutto as boarders. In April 1930 he was a log road engineer in Bude, Franklin, MS.60371 In April 1940 Rodney was a U.S. Government dredge boat river channel clearer in Franklin Co., MS.60368 He died on 18 June 1954 at the age of 58. Appears without the terminal S in 1930 and 1940. Parents: Stephen Wyatt (Pete) TEMPLE(S)-19076 and Dora Ann HUTTO-19136.
Spouse: Maude Willena (Maudie) MULLINS-19144. Maude Willena (Maudie) MULLINS and Rodney Emerson (Rodney) TEMPLE(S) were married on 29 October 1922 in Franklin Co., MS.60371 Children were: TEMPLE-72708, TEMPLE-72707, Joy Lee Rowena TEMPLE-19145.
Roland Cas TEMPLE(S)36574,60689 was born on 11 August 1874 in Laurel, Jones, MS.36576,36577,36578,36579,60691,130009,130010,130011 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Jasper Co., MS.60691 In June 1900 he was a day laborer in Laurel, Jones, MS.36576 In May 1910 Roland was a farmer in Jones Co., MS.36577 In 1918 he was a cotton weigher in Broken Bow, Mc Curtain, OK.130010 In January 1920 he was a lumber mill employee in Merryville, Beauregard, LA.36578 In April 1930 Roland was an odd job laborer in Hornbeck, Vernon, LA.36579 He died on 15 December 1938 at the age of 64 in Caddo Parish, LA.130009,130012 Buried in Prospect Cemetery, Florien, LA. Surname appears with the terminal S in 1900. Appears without the Terminal S in 1920, in draft registrations and 1930. He may related (and possibly a twin) of Orren Temples, enumerated close by in 1900. His parents were both from MS in 1900, but in 1910 he gave TN (father) and TX (mother). At the time of the 1910 census, there were a large number of Temples in the Jones Co., MS area, and many of them were on adjacent lots. In the midst of these lots, neighboring Andrew, William, Lorenzo Temples and others, was a family of Geigers, who may be related to Roland's wife. Some of Roland's children are similarly named to children or grandchildren of William Temple(s).
In his WWI draft registration, he gave Idabel (no last name) of Mc Curtain Co., OK, as his next of kin. She might have been the Ida Temple who died in Broken Bow in 2000. Parents: Benjamin F. TEMPLE-20738 and Clarinda Elizabeth MUSGROVE-43307.
Spouse: Mellie Gay GEIGER-53693. Mellie Gay GEIGER and Roland Cas TEMPLE(S) were married on 12 July 1895 in Jones Co., MS.36574,36576,36579 The 1930 census indicated 1905. Children were: Leona TEMPLE(S)-53694, Buford Benjamin (Buford) TEMPLE-53695, Arthur James TEMPLE-53696, Rubie TEMPLE-53697, Nola TEMPLE-53698, Audie TEMPLE-53699, Velma TEMPLE-53700.
Roy Edward (Roy) TEMPLE(S)70874 was born on 19 December 1914 in Dexter, Stoddard, MO.1006,25480,41890,41897,70873,70874,83521,130013 He put the date in 1916 when he registered for the draft in 1940, and 1915 when he enlisted. He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Liberty, Stoddard, MO.41890 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.41891 Roy lived in Kirkwood, St. Louis, MO on 1 April 1935.70873 In April 1940 he was a garage night watchman in Detroit, Wayne, MI.70873 On 16 October 1940 he was an employee of Handler Cleaners in Monroe, Monroe, MI.70874 Roy served in the military between 1942 and 1945.1006,25480,130013,130014 Enlisted in the Army of the US on 29 May 1942 at Jefferson Barracks, MO, as a private. He was assigned to the Medical depot, JBA., and rose to the rank of sergeant. Honorably discharged 31 Oct 1945.
Service # 17074811. In May 1942 he was an embalmer or undertaker in St. Louis Co., MO.130014 He lived in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO in 1946.25482 Roy moved in 1950 in Vivian, Caddo, LA.83521 He served in the military in 1950/1.130013 He was called back up on 27 Sep 1950 and assigned to the 5017 Military Police Detachment in Korea. Honorably discharged 31 Mar 1951. In 1963 he was a funeral director in Puxico, Stoddard, MO.25480 Roy died on 14 July 1963 at the age of 48 in Poplar Bluff, Butler, MO.25480,83521,121806,130015 Died of an acute anterior coronary occlusion in an unnamed Poplar Bluff hospital. Buried in Armstead Dowdy Cemetery, Dexter, MO. Appears with the terminal S in 1930 but not thereafter, except in his cemetery and obituary information. Parents: Frederick (Fred) TEMPLE(S)-38521 and Christina Leora (Christa) HAYNES-38528.
Spouse: Harriet Rose SCHISLER-119757. Harriet Rose SCHISLER and Roy Edward (Roy) TEMPLE(S) were married before December 1936.33603 It is not clear when their marriage ended, but Roy claimed to be married when he enlisted in 1942. They33603 were divorced before February 1945.
Spouse: Imogene (Jean) COX-52719. Imogene (Jean) COX and Roy Edward (Roy) TEMPLE(S) were married on 4 January 1946 in Stoddard Co., MO.25482 Children were: Sharon Lee TEMPLE-52918, Freddy TEMPLE-125994, Barbara TEMPLE-125995, Paul TEMPLE-125996.
Ruby M. TEMPLE(S) was born on 7 June 1914 in Camilla, Mitchell, GA.10299,23055,26224 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Bloodworth, Wilkinson, GA.26224 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Bloodworth, Wilkinson, GA.10299 Ruby lived in Jacksonville, Duval, FL in 1967.23054 She died on 16 August 1997 at the age of 83 in Jacksonville, Duval, FL.130016 Her given name was illegible in 1920.
Spouse: Samuel G. GLADIN-86175. Ruby M. TEMPLE(S) and Samuel G. GLADIN were married on 23 December 1933 in Wilkinson Co., GA.37347 They37347 were divorced in 1949 in Duval Co., FL.37348 Children were: Gloria GLADIN-86176, Lenda GLADIN-86177.
Ruby May (Ruby) TEMPLE(S)22602 was born on 28 December 1910 in Wake Co., NC.45331,45332,45335,130017,130018 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Zebulon, Wake, NC.45331 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Zebulon, Wake, NC.45332 In April 1940 Ruby was a high school teacher in Zebulon, Wake, NC.45335 She lived in Greensboro, Guilford, NC in 1968.81472 She died on 17 January 1988 at the age of 77 in Greensboro, Guilford, NC.24804,130017,130019 Her grave marker says 1 Feb 1988, but SSDI recorded her death on 17 Jan 1988. Buried in Green Hill Cemetery, Greensboro, NC. Appears with the terminal S in 1930. Parents: Lorenzo Russell (Lorenzo) TEMPLE(S)-17080 and Mary Lona (Lonie) HOYLE-17086.
Spouse: William Elmo (Elmo) STANFORD-30650.
Rufus Fabius (R.F.) TEMPLE(S)46495,120147,130020 was born on 25 December 1827 in Wake Co., NC.26139,26141,26142 Gave 1829 in 1850. Gave 1827 in 1880. In August 1850 he was a farmer in Cross Roads, Wake, NC.26141 In June 1860 he was a farmer in Kinston, Lenoir, NC.26140 Farm was between several Croom family farms. Rufus served in the military between 1862 and 1865.130021 Mustered in as a private 5 May 1862 for the duration of the war. Served in the Forty Seventh North Carolina Regiment, Field and Staff as the Commissary Sergeant. Surrendered at Appomattox on 9 Apr 1865. In July 1870 he was a farmer in Wake Forest, Wake, NC.26143 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Wake Forest, Wake, NC.26142 Rufus died on 26 March 1897 at the age of 69 in Wake Co., NC.26139 Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Selma, NC. He has reference number RLT # W104.6101 Name also given as Rufus Fabins. Name appears with the terminal S in 1850.
Spouse: Mary Elishaba (Mary) CROOM-17051. Mary Elishaba (Mary) CROOM and Rufus Fabius (R.F.) TEMPLE(S) were married on 28 August 1849 in Lenoir Co., NC.26139,26145 Children were: Joseph Burwell (Isack) TEMPLE Sr.-17052, Harriet Addison (Hattie) TEMPLE-17053, Nancy A. TEMPLE-17054, Rachel C. TEMPLE-17055, Dr. Rufus Henry (Henry) TEMPLE-17056, Jackson Pettigrew (Pett) TEMPLE-17057, Levi Wake (Levi) TEMPLE-17058, Mary Iola (Ola) TEMPLE-17059, John O. TEMPLE-17060, Alice Claudia (Alice) TEMPLE-17061.
Ruth Vera (Ruth) TEMPLE(S) was born on 22 February 1914 in Germanville, Saluda, SC.20481,20482,20484,20486,130022 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Germanville, Saluda, SC.20481 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Germanville, Saluda, SC.20482 In April 1940 Ruth was a garment factory seamstress in Saluda Co., SC.20486 She lived in Batesburg, Lexington, SC in 1960.20490 She lived in Saluda, Saluda, SC in 1968.130023 Ruth died on 10 May 2000 at the age of 86 in Leesville, Lexington, SC.20484,130022 Buried in Furman Matthews Cemetery, Saluda, SC. Appears without the terminal S in her social security papers. Parents: William Elbert (William) TEMPLES-34407 and Effie M. CANNON-34427.
Sally TEMPLE(S)26185 was born in 1856 in Chatham Co., NC.34713,34716 She appeared in the census in June 1860 in Grove, Chatham, NC.34713 She appeared in the census in July 1870 in Pittsboro, Chatham, NC.34716 Sally died. Parents: Marmaduke TEMPLE(S)-16960 and Martha Ann FOUSHEE-16974.
Sam Chester (Sam) TEMPLE(S) was born on 9 October 1924 in Houston Co., AL.65663,65665,130024,130025 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Gordon, Houston, AL.65663 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Pansey, Houston, AL.65665 In December 1942 Sam was a farm laborer in Pansey, Houston, AL.130025 He served in the military in 1944/5.1006,130026 Dates approximate. Drafted in the Army on 29 Dec 1944 at Fort McClellan, AL as a private. Service # 44052630. He lived in AL before 1951.130024 Sam died on 10 December 1972 at the age of 48 in Houston Co., AL.130024,130027 Died in a car accident with his brother. Buried in Gordon Cemetery, Gordon, AL. SSDI did not give a terminal S, but his military papers did. Parents: Irvin Tipton (IT) TEMPLE(S)-78012 and Maggie POOLE-78013.
Samuel TEMPLE(S) was born in 1808 in NC.47292,79366 He appeared in the census in 1840 in Haywood Co., TN.79366 In September 1850 he was a farmer in Castor, Stoddard, MO.47292 In June 1860 Samuel was a farmer in Castor, Stoddard, MO.7036 He died. He has reference number RLT # U1687.1060 Appears with the terminal S in 1850 and 1860. I think he must be the son of Samuel Allen Temple, but that needs proof. Parents: Samuel Allen TEMPLE-17107 and Sarah SMITH-33721.
Spouse: Rebecca JINKINS-45143. Rebecca JINKINS and Samuel TEMPLE(S) were married about 1830 in Chatham Co., NC.47291 The location is only probable, and is also probably unprovable since the records no longer exist. Children were: Colonel John Jackson (Jackson) TEMPLE(S)-35429, James M. TEMPLE-35430, TEMPLE-35431, Julia TEMPLE-35432, Martha Armenty (Patsy) TEMPLE-35433, William TEMPLE(S)-45146, Pleasant Thomas (Plea) TEMPLES-38522, Elizabeth Lela Eulea (Bett) TEMPLE-45148.
Samuel H. TEMPLE(S) was born in August 1879 in Hamilton Co., TX. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Hamilton Co., TX.4711 Assumed to be named for James' brother Samuel, he was given as S.H. (Samuel's initials) in 1880. Parents: James A. TEMPLE(S)-32328 and Manda -55172.
Samuel M. TEMPLE(S)2780,90384 was born on 26 December 1832 in NC.2045,2781,2782,2783,27384,90385,130028,130029,130030,130031 Gave his age as 30 in 1870. Gave his age as 22 in 1860. Gave VA in 1850. He appeared in the census in 1840 in Haywood Co., TN.90386 He appeared in the census in October 1850 in Wilson Co., TN.130032 Enumerated living with the family of James H. and Nancy Allen, possibly indicating a relationship. Samuel appeared in the census in December 1850 in Haywood Co., TN.90385,90386 He appears in the land records on 1 March 1860 in White Co., AR.20996 In August 1860 he was a farm laborer in Marshall, White, AR.2045 In August 1870 Samuel was a farm laborer in Des Arc, Prairie, AR.2783,130033 Temple People, Vol. II puts him in White Co., AR. In June 1880 he was a farmer in Coffee, White, AR.2782 In June 1900 he was a landlord in Cleveland, Conway, AR.130029 Enumerated as the landlord and boarder with John W. and Eliza Jane Clark. Samuel appeared in the census in April 1910 in Jefferson Twp., White, AR.27384,130028 Enumerated as single instead of a widow. Enumerated with the family of Robert A. and Ella Clark, of no known relationship. He died on 11 November 1910 at the age of 77 in White Co., AR.130031 Buried in Hammons Chapel Cemetery, Hammonsville, AR. He has reference number RLT # (None).4504 Appears with the terminal S in AR land records and 1870 and 1900 censuses. He seems to be related to the family of Jeremiah and Jemima (Unger) Temple based on his proximity in the 1850 census and his age. It may be that Jeremiah and Samuel's father were brothers or cousins.
Spouse: Elizabeth -55903. Elizabeth and Samuel M. TEMPLE(S) were married before 1860. Marriage is assumed due to her age and position in the 1860 enumeration.
Spouse: Frances -35427. Frances and Samuel M. TEMPLE(S) were married on 11 July 1869 in White Co., AR.2780 Children were: John DAVIS-35436, Frances Emma (Emma) TEMPLE-35437, Benjamin Franklin (Ben) TEMPLE(S)-35438.
Sanford James (Bud) TEMPLE(S) was born on 13 April 1891 in Girard, Russell, AL.39860,39861,39862 In April 1910 he was a machine shop apprentice in Girard, Russell, AL.31805 In 1917 he was a cotton mill operator for Eagle and Phenix Mills in Girard, Russell, AL.39862 Sanford served in the military in 1918/9.22284,39863 Served as a private in Battery D, 137th Field Artillery, 87th Division, probably in WWI. Service dates unknown. Service # 4295126. In January 1920 he was a truck company machinist in Girard, Russell, AL.39860 In April 1930 he was an auto repair mechanic in Phenix City, Russell, AL.39861 Sanford died on 29 January 1932 at the age of 40 in Girard, Russell, AL.6156,22284 Buried in Girard Cemetery, Phenix, AL. He has reference number RLT # U4194.130034 His parents were both from AL. Appears with the terminal S in 1920 and in veteran's paperwork, but without it in 1930. May be related to C.O. Temples, enumerated nearby in 1930. Parents: Benjamin Karl (Ben) TEMPLES-47254 and Virginia Eugenia (Eugenia) FRAZIER-48016.
Spouse: Adell Odessa HALL-48018. Adell Odessa HALL and Sanford James (Bud) TEMPLE(S) were married on 15 October 1912 in Girard, Russell, AL.6156,39861 Children were: Edna Earle TEMPLES-73692, Vera (Sis) TEMPLE(S)-48019, Sanford James (Sanford) TEMPLES Jr.-48020, Alice (Cricket) TEMPLE-48021, Bennie Mae (Diddie) TEMPLES-48022, Mabel TEMPLE-48023, Mildred (Bookie) TEMPLE-48024, Frances (Tee) TEMPLE-48025, Martha (Bilter) TEMPLE-62208.
Sarah TEMPLE(S)68348 was born in 1820 in Chatham Co., NC.621,26185,129391 She appeared in the census in October 1850 in Chatham Co., NC.129391 Parents: Allen TEMPLE(S)-16101 and Nancy RIDDLE-16954.
Sarah TEMPLE(S)1428 was born on 20 February 1832 in Davidson Co., NC.130035 She appeared in the census in September 1870 in Yadkin, Davidson, NC.130036 She died on 17 June 1896 at the age of 64 in Bells, Grayson, TX.130035 Appears with the terminal S in her marriage records. Parents: Needham (Neadem) TEMPLE(S)-9786 and Mary (Polly) SPECK-9916.
Spouse: Alfred LEONARD-9917. Sarah TEMPLE(S) and Alfred LEONARD were married on 3 December 1852 in Lexington, Davidson, NC.19962,40313 Children were: Mary LEONARD-9926, Henry LEONARD-9927, Martha (Mattie) LEONARD-9928, Valentine Frank (Felt) LEONARD-9929, John A. LEONARD-9930, Michael L. LEONARD-9931.
Sarah TEMPLE(S)7555 was born in 1868 in Jones Co., MS.24793 She appeared in the census in June 1880 in Jones Co., MS.24793 She died. Parents: William L. TEMPLE(S) Jr.-20771 and Annis C. (Annie) REEVES-20772.
Sarah (Nancy) TEMPLE(S)1428 was born in 1804 in Davidson Co., NC.36625 She died on 17 July 1891 at the age of 87 in Davidson Co., NC.36625 She is found with either of the given names. The marriage records show her as Sarah, and with the terminal S.
Sarah Ann TEMPLE(S)70052 was born on 18 June 1851 in TN.3105,43642 Gave her age as 18 in 1870. Her death certificate gave TN, but her obituary gave Simpson Co., KY. She appeared in the census in August 1860 in Franklin, Simpson, KY.3105 She appeared in the census in August 1870 in Gum, Monroe, KY.43642 Sarah lived in KY before 1882.70052 She moved in 1902 in Centerview, Johnson, MO.70052 She died on 15 February 1933 at the age of 81 in Centerview, Johnson, MO.130037 Buried in Holden Cemetery, Holden, MO. Appears with the terminal S in 1860. She might be the Sallie Temple who married Daniel Stringer in Simpson Co., KY, in 1876, but there is an issue with her birth year. Parents: John TEMPLES-30807 and Louisa Thomas Laura (Louise) PISTOLE-30808.
Sarah C. TEMPLE(S) was born on 28 January 1848 in IN.54061,130038 She appeared in the census in August 1850 in Jackson Twp., Rush, IN.54061 She died on 31 August 1858 at the age of 10 in Rushville, Rush, IN.130038 Buried in Upper Cemetery, Rushville, IN. Parents: John TEMPLE(S)-49380 and Anne SHERWOOD-49381.
Sarah Elizabeth (Elizabeth) TEMPLE(S) was born in 1846 in Early Co., GA.3817,3818 Gave age as 12 in 1860. She appeared in the census in August 1850 in Early Co., GA.3817 She appeared in the census in July 1860 in Early Co., GA.3818,31226 Sarah appeared in the census in June 1880 in Blakely, Early, GA.29861 Given as Sarah A. in the 1850, she appeared as Elizabeth in the 1860 census and Elley in 1870. Appears with the terminal S in 1860. Parents: James TEMPLE(S)-34550 and Catherine (Caty) EATON-34561.
Sarah Elizabeth (Sally) TEMPLE(S)14656 was born in 1834 in TX.14656,59574,76407 Sometimes gave AL, as in 1870. Find-A-Grave repeats that. She appeared in the census in October 1850 in Marshall Co., MS.76409 She appeared in the census in July 1860 in Cherokee Co., TX.59543,59574 Sarah died in 1880 at the age of 46 in Waco, Mc Lennan, TX.14656,59653 Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Waco, TX. Sarah is not the Sarah Temple who married a Peters in MS before 1854. Surname given as Temples in her marriage records. Parents: William Byston TEMPLE-32329 and Mary Jane SUTTON-32336.
Spouse: Thomas H. MOORE-32337. Sarah Elizabeth (Sally) TEMPLE(S) and Thomas H. MOORE were married on 16 March 1854 in Cherokee Co., TX.14656,59543,59654 In marriage book B, p. 236. Children were: Sarah Rebecca (Sallie Becka) MOORE-33898, Martha Emaline MOORE-33899, Tally Quimich (Sally) MOORE-33900, James Toomey MOORE-33901, William Sovereign MOORE-33902, Susan Luhaney MOORE-32338.
Seaborn (Sebe) TEMPLE(S)11208 was born on 4 April 1821 in Edgefield, Edgefield, SC.12781,23044,23045,47876,66336,69063,69064,69065,130039 Birthplace claimed by his son William in 1920. In October 1850 he was a farmer in Edgefield Co., SC.23045 In June 1860 he was a farmer in Edgefield, Edgefield, SC.69064 In August 1870 Seaborn was a farmer in Saluda, Saluda, SC.69063 He appeared in the census in August 1870 in Saluda, Saluda, SC.66335,130040 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Mobley Twp., Edgefield, SC.66336 Seaborn appeared in the census in June 1900 in Saluda Co., SC.47876 Enumerated with his daughter Ellen's family. He died on 3 January 1906 at the age of 84 in Ward, Saluda, SC.23044,69065,130039 Buried in Thomas Jefferson Forrest Cemetery behind John Autry's house, Ward, SC. Find-A-Grave claims the date is 4 Jan 1906, which is not borne out by the cemetery records. $ Jan is possibly his interment date. He served in the military.69062 Recruited into Company K, 5th Reserves of the Confederate Army, he never reported. Seaborn has reference number RLT # SC13.4764 He has reference number RLT # SC46.7612 Seaborn appears under a variety of different spellings, to include Seabron, Sebron, Seberin, Sebe, and Sibron. Given as Sebe in 1860. Appeared without the terminal S in 1850 but with it in 1860, 1870 and 1900. Enumerated as Stephens Temples in 1900, when he was staying with his daughter Ella. His daughter Sarah's cemetery records indicate his first name was William. Parents: James A. TEMPLES-34141 and Mary Ann FRANKLIN-34373.
Spouse: Rebecca Ann (Rebecca) RODGERS-34379. Rebecca Ann (Rebecca) RODGERS and Seaborn (Sebe) TEMPLE(S) were married in 1843 in SC. Children were: Mary Ann (Mary) TEMPLES-34380, Sarah Ann (Sally) TEMPLES-34381, Selena TEMPLES-34382, William Albert (William) TEMPLES-34383, James Pickens TEMPLES-34384, Martha Tolitha TEMPLES-34385, Margaret TEMPLES-34386, Andrew Jackson (Andrew) TEMPLES-34387, John Calvin (John) TEMPLE(S)-34388, Elender Caroline (Ella) TEMPLES-34389, Marina Harriet (Marina) TEMPLES-34390, James Henry (Henry) TEMPLE(S)-55530, Rebecca Almetta Lurie (Lula) TEMPLES-34391, Charles Luther (Charlie) TEMPLES-34392.
Secrette TEMPLE(S)33450 was born on 4 September 1897 in Newton Co., MS.4607,18707,116524,116525 Gave Apr 1897 in 1900. She appeared in the census in June 1900 in Hickory, Newton, MS.116524 She appeared in the census in April 1910 in Hickory, Newton, MS.116525 In January 1920 Secrette was a bank clerk in Hickory, Newton, MS.18707 Enumerated living with her brother. She lived in Stamps, Lafayette, AR in May 1934.48973 She lived in Taylor, Columbia, AR in 1937.116523 Secrette died on 22 April 1954 at the age of 56 in Hickory, Newton, MS.4607 Buried in Ferguson Cemetery, Hickory, MS. Parents: William Alonzo (William) TEMPLE(S)-47553 and Laura F. TIDWELL-47555.
Selvin Columbus TEMPLE(S)10554 was born on 27 December 1895 in Pottsville, Pope, AR.7862,25913,46513,46515,46516,46517,46518,104295,130041 Temple People Vol. II gave Bradley Co., AR. He gave Simpson, AR, in his WWI draft registration. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Washington, Bradley, AR.46513,46517 In April 1910 he was a farm laborer in Washington, Bradley, AR.46516 In 1917 Selvin was a farmer in Ingalls, Bradley, AR.130041 In February 1920 he was a farm laborer in Washington, Bradley, AR.104295 In April 1930 he was a farm laborer in Washington, Bradley, AR.46515 In April 1940 Selvin was a farmer in Washington, Bradley, AR.46518 He died on 11 March 1948 at the age of 52 in Bradley Co., AR.10554,25913,46519 Buried in Pottsville, AR. Some sources indicated Pottsville was the place of death, but the Arkansas death records give Bradley Co. Never married. Appears with the terminal S in 1930 but not 1940. Parents: James Allen (Allen or Alan) TEMPLE-24664 and Sarah Catherine (Sallie) IVEY-26206.
Shaw T. TEMPLE(S) was born on 22 August 1882 in SC.6382,12033,12034,12035,12037,12039,130042,130043 Gave his age as 50 in 1930. Gave his age as 26 in 1910. Death and cemetery records put the date as 22 Aug 1882, but he gave 20 Aug 1881 in his WWI draft registration and his wife gave the date in 1881 in his death certificate.. In April 1910 he was a farmer in Wards Twp., Aiken, SC.12035 In 1918 he was a farmer in Johnston, Aiken, SC.12037 In January 1920 Shaw was a farm manager in Wards Twp., Aiken, SC.12033 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Shaws Twp., Aiken, SC.12034 He lived in Johnston, Edgefield, SC in 1937.130044 In April 1940 Shaw was a farmer in Shaws Twp., Aiken, SC.6382 He lived in Ridge Spring, Saluda, SC in 1949.130045 He died on 1 February 1949 at the age of 66 in Columbia, Richland, SC.12039,130042,130043,130045,130046 Died of cardiovascular renal disease at Providence Hospital, Columbia. Buried in Mount Calvary Lutheran Cemetery, Edgefield, SC. His parents were both from SC. Appeared without the terminal S in his WWI draft registration and in his wife's obituary. but with it in his own obituary. Parents: John TEMPLES-90175 and Angelina HOLMES-34517.
Spouse: Patience (Patia\Pasha\Paschia\Pacia) BARTON-85381. Patience (Patia\Pasha\Paschia\Pacia) BARTON and Shaw T. TEMPLE(S) were married in 1903 in SC.12034,12035 Year based on his claimed age in 1930 and his actual birthdate. Children were: Clarence TEMPLES-85382, TEMPLES-85393, Florence TEMPLES-85383, Grady Shaw TEMPLES-85384, Shaw TEMPLES-85391, TEMPLES-85394, Dancel TEMPLES-85392, Shaw T. (Price) TEMPLE(S)-85385, Helen Grace TEMPLE-85389, TEMPLES-90207.
Shaw T. (Price) TEMPLE(S) was born on 7 December 1919 in SC.1006,12033,12034,12036,12039,130047,130048 Grave marker gives 7 Dec 1920, which is inconsistent with the 1920 census. Death certificate said the day was in 1921. He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Wards Twp., Aiken, SC.12033 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Shaws Twp., Aiken, SC.12034 Shaw served in the military between 1940 and 1943.1006,130049 Dates approximate. Enlisted in the Regular Army on 25 Nov 1940 at Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC as a private in the infantry. Service # 14008270. He lived in Aiken, Aiken, SC in 1940.1006 In November 1940 he was a general farmer in Aiken Co., SC.130049 Shaw died on 7 April 1943 at the age of 23 in Aiken, Aiken, SC.12036,12039,130047,130048 Death certificte is ambiguous on death date, saying he died on 6 Apr, but that the physician last saw him alive n 7 Apr, on which date he died at 8 am. Died of diabetes. Buried in Mount Calvary Lutheran Cemetery, Edgefield, SC. Appeared without the terminal S in his military records. Parents: Shaw T. TEMPLE(S)-85380 and Patience (Patia\Pasha\Paschia\Pacia) BARTON-85381.
Shirley Beatrice TEMPLE(S) was born on 23 June 1919 in Mc Intyre, Wilkinson, GA.10299,26224,26226,43866 She claimed to be 24 in 1940. She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Bloodworth, Wilkinson, GA.26224 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Bloodworth, Wilkinson, GA.10299 In April 1940 Shirley was a school teacher in Bloodworth, Wilkinson, GA.26226 She lived in FL before 1951.130050 She lived in Port Saint Joe, Gulf, FL in 1967.23054 Shirley died on 11 March 1990 at the age of 70 in Port Saint Joe, Gulf, FL.130050 Parents: Leon Hudson TEMPLES-34337 and Rebecca CROSSON-39924.
Shirley Beatrice (Shirley) TEMPLE(S)12305 was born on 8 February 1937 in MS.54,29576 She appeared in the census in April 1940 in Laurel, Jones, MS.54 She lived in Sandersville, Jones, MS before 2015.29576 Shirley died on 13 September 2015 at the age of 78 in Laurel, Jones, MS.130051 Buried in Sandersville Cemetery, Sandersville, MS. Did not appear with the terminal S in her marriage records. Parents: Roy TEMPLE-44897 and Vallie ULMER-44898.
Simon Johnson (Simon) TEMPLE(S)24704 was born in 1825 in DE.17975,24705,24706,24708,24709 Cemetery records give the year as 1920. Gave age as 25 in 1870. In August 1850 he was a brick layer in Wilmington, New Castle, DE.24709 He moved in 1859 in FL.24710 In June 1860 Simon was a turpentine getter in Waldo, Alachua, FL.17975 In July 1870 he was a brick mason in Bradford Co., FL.24706 In June 1880 he was a lumber merchant in Bradford Co., FL.24705 Simon died in 1898 at the age of 73 in Starke, Bradford, FL.24708,24710 Buried in Crosby Lake Cemetery, Crosby, Bradford, FL. He has reference number RLT # 124i.1434 He was Quaker.24704 Appears with the terminal S in 1870. Middle initial in 1870 was R. Parents: Samuel TEMPLE-5201 and Hester (Hettie) JOHNSON-5460.
Spouse: Sarah Jane (Sarah) COOLEY-21230. Sarah Jane (Sarah) COOLEY and Simon Johnson (Simon) TEMPLE(S) were married on 18 March 1845 in Cecil Co., MD.24710 Children were: Josephine TEMPLE-29707, Mary E. TEMPLE-29708, Virginia TEMPLE-29709, Georgia Anna TEMPLE-21231, Ella Eudora TEMPLE-21232, Alice TEMPLE-50327, Charles C. TEMPLE-50328.
Simon Peter (Slabacon) TEMPLE(S)18870,60660 was born on 3 July 1857 in Franklin Co., MS.24893,35198,35199,35200,101544,126406 Gave his age as 60 in 1910. He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Liberty, Amite, MS.101544 He appeared in the census in June 1870 in Meadville, Franklin, MS.126406 Simon lived in Mc Comb, Pike, MS after 1873.18870 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Meadville, Franklin, MS.24893 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Pike Co., MS.35198 In April 1910 Simon was a farmer in Liberty, Amite, MS.35199 In January 1920 he was a farm laborer in Pike Co., MS.58379 Enumerated living with his son Harvey. He died on 19 June 1930 at the age of 72 in Magnolia, Pike, MS.18870 Buried in Mixon Cemetery, Magnolia, MS. Surname appears with the terminal S in 1900.
Nickname derived from an episode when he stole a slab of bacon from Ellis Pittman's wagon and got caught.
William Temple's aunt and cousin, Leona Temple Day, told him that Simon Peter, William's grandfather, would always make the grandchildren read to him from the Bible, and quickly correct them if they made a mistake or mispronounced something. He always read from the Bible and made those around him do so.
Mrs. Louise Temple (wife of Harvey F. Temple) told William Temple of his grandparents, "Simon Peter would make his wife Malissa put her hand prints in each of the two pones of cornbread she had to make every day because of the 8 kids. She had to put her left hand in one and her right in the other."
Temple Family lists a Harvey Levi Temple as son of Simon P. The entry is confused with the Harvey Levy, son of Alfred Pemmy Temple, p. 264. They have different dates, but the same wife. The lack of clarity of the dates, and the apparent overlap with another child, led to all information about Harvey Levi being associated with Simon P. Temple's son. Parents: John Roland (Turkey John) TEMPLE-18872 and Susan Ann (Susanna) RUSH-20343.
Spouse: Malissa Ann FREEMAN-20450. Malissa Ann FREEMAN and Simon Peter (Slabacon) TEMPLE(S) were married on 7 March 1873 in Franklin Co., MS.18870,35192,35199 Temple People reports a date of 7 Apr 1853. This may be a confusion with the date of intention. Children were: David B. TEMPLE-20598, Ella L. TEMPLE-31421, James Walter (Walter) TEMPLE(S)-20599, Harvey Levi (Harvey) TEMPLE-20600, Charles Isaiah (Charley) TEMPLE(S)-20601, Susie A. Elizabeth TEMPLE-20602, William Ferguson (Ferguson) TEMPLE-20603, Luella Melissa TEMPLE-20453, Missouri Ann TEMPLE-20604.
Sonny TEMPLE(S)16615 died before 1920. Death is assumed due to his absence in 1920. If he survived, he was not with his mother in 1920. Parents: Benjamin R. (Ben) TEMPLES-47246 and Alberta May (Berta) HARRELL-47231.
Stephen Wyatt (Pete) TEMPLE(S)57529 was born on 12 March 1866 in Meadville, Franklin, MS.1013,2349,5337,7576,46217,57530,57531 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Franklin Co., MS.57531 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Franklin Co., MS.5337 In May 1910 Stephen was a farmer in Franklin Co., MS.46217 In February 1920 he was a farmer in Meadville, Franklin, MS.2349,84795 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Franklin Co., MS.7576 In April 1940 Stephen was a farm laborer in Franklin Co., MS.1013 He lived RFD # 3 in Meadville, Franklin, MS on 16 February 1942.129475 He died on 9 July 1946 at the age of 80 in Franklin Co., MS.130052 Buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Franklin Co., MS. Appears with the terminal S in the 1900 census and 1910 census. Appears without the terminal S in 1930 and 1940 and in his cemetery marker. Parents: Calvin Lawrence (Calvin) TEMPLE(S)-19058 and Sarah Ann B. (Sarah) MC MANUS-19070.
Spouse: Dora Ann HUTTO-19136. Dora Ann HUTTO and Stephen Wyatt (Pete) TEMPLE(S) were married on 7 March 1895 in Franklin Co., MS.5337,7576,45762,46217,46219 In marriage book 2, p. 139. Children were: Rodney Emerson (Rodney) TEMPLE(S)-19137, Clinton Lewis (Clinton) TEMPLE(S)-19138, Calvin Ray (Ray) TEMPLE(S)-19139, Versa Hillery (Vercie\Pap) TEMPLE-19140, Alden David (Alden) TEMPLE-19141, Morris Lee (Morris) TEMPLE-19142, Clanian Ivenell (Clanian) TEMPLE-19143.
Susan A. TEMPLE(S)943 was born in August 1900 in Marks Creek, Wake, NC.64163 I don't know how they got a birth date after the enumeration of the census, but that's what they wrote. She died in 1920 at the age of 20 in Wake Co., NC.129514 Buried in Hephzibah Baptist Church Cemetery, Wake Co., NC, plot 170. Appears with terminal S in 1900. As she disappears after 1900, she either died, or has been confused with her younger sister, Lalia. Maybe they meant Aug 1899? Parents: James Henry (Jesse/Henry) TEMPLE(S)-17089 and Sarah Helen PEARCE-44799.
Susan Baylor TEMPLE(S)82581 was born on 17 December 1851 in Hernando, De Soto, MS.93499,96097,130053,130054 She appeared in the census in June 1860 in Hernando, De Soto, MS.96097 She appeared in the census in October 1870 in Hernando, De Soto, MS.93499 She may also have been eumerated in Memphis, TN. Susan was ill with yellow fever in October 1878 in Hernando, De Soto, MS.130055 In April 1910 she was a Treasury Department counter in Washington, DC.130053 She lived 2140 Pogue Avenue in Cincinnati, Hamilton, OH in 1927.130054 She was staying in the Home for Incurables. Susan died on 27 June 1927 at the age of 75 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, OH.130054,130056 Died of cancer. Buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, OH, Plot: Garden LN, Section 68, Lot 0, Space 779. Unmarried. Appears with the terminal S in 1910. Parents: Dr. Robert Baylor TEMPLE-5292 and Ann Carrington (Ann) WELLS-5373.
Susan E. TEMPLE(S)20878 was born on 22 October 1872 in Wilkinson Co., GA.69477 She appeared in the census in June 1880 in Bloodworth, Wilkinson, GA.69477 She died on 14 September 1895 at the age of 22 in Blitch, Bulloch, GA.130057 Buried in Upper Mill Creek Cemetery, Blitch, GA. Middle name is possibly Elizabeth, based on the naming of a grand-niece in 1938. Parents: Elder Hudson TEMPLE(S)-34220 and Mariah Manderson CARR-34237.
Susie M. TEMPLE(S) was born in November 1882 in NC.6998,6999,76534,130058 She appeared in the census in June 1900 in Glenmore, Ware, GA.6998 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Waresboro, Ware, GA.76534 Susie appeared in the census in April 1930 in Waresboro, Ware, GA.6999 She died on 3 April 1961 at the age of 78 in Waresboro, Ware, GA.130058,130059 Buried in Kettle Creek Cemetery, Waresboro, Ware, GA. Cemetery records give 3 Apr 1961, but GA death records give 2 Apr 1961. Parents: TEMPLES-120870 and Sarah Alice (Alice) -120871.
Spouse: Francis Barton (Frank) SWEAT-120874. Susie M. TEMPLE(S) and Francis Barton (Frank) SWEAT were married on 1 June 1899 in Ware Co., GA.6998,6999,76536 This may have been a second marriage for Frank. GA marriage records show Frank B. Sweat marrying Clara Hatchett, 29 Oct 1891 in Wayne Co., GA. Children were: Frankie Mae SWEAT-120882, Oren SWEAT-120883, Lucille SWEAT-120879, Elsie A. SWEAT-120875, Gladys SWEAT-120876.
Sylvester TEMPLE(S)8604,130060 was born in September 1837 in Clermont Co., OH.21751,31829,35616,130061 He appeared in the census in November 1850 in Union Twp., Clermont, OH.35616 In June 1860 he was a laborer in Anderson, Hamilton, OH.31829 Sylvester served in the military between 1862 and 1865.130060,130061 He enlisted 27 Aug 1862 in Cincinnati, OH, as a teamster in Company B, 7th OH Cavalry, serving to the end of the war when he was discharged 1 Jul 1865 in Nashville, TN.
SEVENTH OHIO CAVALRY.
This was organized somewhat peculiarly. Under the gloom induced by Buell's retreat, in the summer of 1862, and the movement into Kentucky of Kirby Smith and Heath, Governor Tod, August 25th, ordered the Seventh cavalry, or "River Regiment," to be recruited--one hundred men in each of the counties of Meigs, Washington, Athens, Gallia, Scioto, Adams, Clermont, and Brown, and three hundred in Hamilton county. Within six days sixteen hundred men were enrolled. It rendezvoused at Ripley, and when the enemy's cavalry appeared at Augusta, Kentucky, a few miles below, company E, of the Seventh, procuring some muskets and other small arms, crossed and drove them out, with considerable loss to the invaders, but none to the bold assailants. After Bragg's retreat began, four companies were sent on a scout from Maysville into eastern, Kentucky, and west to Falmouth. November 22d, the First battalion was sent to the field, and joined General Granger's force at Lexington, whence companies A, B, C, and D marched for the first raid into east Tennessee, upon which a rebel regiment guarding a long railway bridge at Zollicoffer's Station was captured without firms a gun, and another force, six miles distant, was taken after a spirited though brief action. Two fine railroad bridges were burned, and much other property destroyed. December 20th the Second battalion entered the field, with General Granger, as also, eleven days later, the Third. February 22, 1863, the entire regiment marched to Richmond, Kentucky, to repel a reported invasion. The latter part of March it joined in a vigorous pursuit of Pegram's cavalry, and engaged it heavily at Dutton hill, on the thirty-first, when a sabre charge by five companies of the Seventh decided the day. May ist it was in another attack upon Pegram, at Monticello, and helped to rout him handsomely. June 9th, at the same place, it again, with other cavalry, attacked and drove out the same pestilent invader. Upon its retirement it was in turn attacked by Pegram, and fought successfully the desperate action at Rocky Gap, for which General Burnside complimented the regiment in orders. June 10th one hundred picked men of the command joined another expedition to destroy the east Tennessee railroads, where immense mischief was done the rebels. In July it engaged in the pursuit of Morgan across Ohio, traversing Hamilton county in its march, via Harrison, Springdale, Glendale, and Manville; and was the first to attack the bold raider in his last stand at Buffington. Colonels Basil Duke and Smith, with their staffs and an escort, surrendered to Colonel Garrard, of the Seventh. September 3d the-regiment entered Knoxville, and assisted in the capture of Cumberland Gap, with its garrison, on the ninth. It marched thence to Carter's Station, and defeated a large force there. It then held a strong post in the mountains east of Knoxville till October tenth, when it took part in the battle of Blue Springs, losing Captain Hyley, of company K, while heading a charge. One of the forts at Knoxville was subsequently named from him. At Bristol, on the Tennessee and Virginia line, an immense amount of supplies and railway property was destroyed by it. At Rogersville, November 6th, it, with a Tennessee regiment and a battery, was fiercely attacked and overpowered by nearly four times the number of the Union force, losing one hundred and twelve men and some of its best officers. Colonel Garrard was in command, and a court of inquiry not only exonerated him from blame, but praised his conduct in the affair. During the siege of Knoxville, the Seventh defended Cumberland Gap, and December 5th joined in pursuit of the retreating enemy, having seven days and nights of almost incessant skirmishing and close fighting. On the twenty-third it drove a force from New Market, and on Christmas, after a long day's hard fight, cut its way out of a largely superior force at Dandridge. For some time in January, 1864, it picketed the fords of the French Broad above that place. On the twenty-seventh it aided in the defeat of two divisions of Wheeler's cavalry at Fair Garden. In May the regiment reached central Kentucky, by rail for east Tennessee, to repel Morgan, and on the twelfth participated in the successful attack upon him at Cynthian, The Seventh alone captured about five hundred prisoners in this fight, but lost some valuable officers and men. Colonel Garrard's brigade, including the Seventh, pursued Morgan vigorously to the mountains of eastern Kentucky. July 4th the regiment started for Atlanta, arriving on the twenty-sixth, and taking active part in the operations that led to the fall of the "Gate City." It encamped at Decatur till October 4th, and then engaged for a month in scouting and foraging for the Atlanta garrison. It was in the pursuit of Hood, and held the left of the Union line tenaciously at the battle of Franklin November 30th. It participated in the battle of Nashville and the subsequent pursuit; spent the winter at Gravelly Springs; aided to destroy rebel railways and iron works the next spring; engaged and defeated Forrest at Plantersville April 1st; and after Lee's surrender scouted northern Georgia to intercept Jefferson Davis. After his capture the Seventh was ordered to Nashville, where it was mustered out on Independence day, 1865. It had numbered, including recruits, one thousand four hundred members, of whom five hundred and sixty were lost by the casualties of war, including a number of its best officers.
Spouse: Ann ELLINGHAM-43991. Ann ELLINGHAM and Sylvester TEMPLE(S) were married on 1 January 1858 in Hamilton Co., OH.31831 They31831 were divorced before 1872. Though no records have been found, the divorce must have occurred because Ann was still alive after 1870, and Sylvester married another woman in 1872. Children were: Sylvanus Ellingham TEMPLE-43990, Benton A. TEMPLE-50528, Clara May (May) TEMPLE-50530.
Spouse: Clarinda (Clara) CHAMBERLIN-60600. Clarinda (Clara) CHAMBERLIN and Sylvester TEMPLE(S) were married on 29 June 1872 in Wells Co., IN.8604,21751 Children were: Minnie Myrtle (Minnie) TEMPLE-66851, Rosetta E. (Rosa) TEMPLE-66843, Nellie Leona TEMPLE(S)-68807, Charles Dependence (Charles) TEMPLE-60586.
Sylvester (Vess) TEMPLE(S) was born on 22 January 1888 in Johnston Co., NC.7076,47782,47783,75010,75012,130063 In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Selma, Johnston, NC.47782 In April 1910 he was a farming in O'Neals Twp., Johnston, NC.47783 In 1917 Sylvester was an operator 21 for Golden Belt Manufacturing Company in Durham, Durham, NC.75012 In January 1920 he was a cigarette factory laborer in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.7076 In April 1930 he was a farm laborer in O'Neals Twp., Johnston, NC.75010 Enumerated as a widower. Sylvester died in 1957 at the age of 69 in Johnston Co., NC.130063 Buried in Watkins Chapel Baptist Church, Oneals Twp., Johnston Co., NC. Appears with terminal S in 1910 and 1930. He was a widower in 1930, which was why his son William was enumerated with his brother Floyd. It is not clear what happened to the other children, but they apparently did not survive. He was the informant on his wife Effie's death certificate. Parents: Charlie G. (Charley) TEMPLE(S)-17139 and Penny Margaret JOHNSON-31151.
Spouse: MC CLELLAND-91809. MC CLELLAND and Sylvester (Vess) TEMPLE(S) were married about 1910.
Spouse: Effie Ellen STANLEY-44705. Effie Ellen STANLEY and Sylvester (Vess) TEMPLE(S) were married on 7 February 1920 in Johnston Co., NC.75013 Children were: TEMPLES-77912, William Lloyd TEMPLE-44704, TEMPLES-77914, Daniel Washington TEMPLE-77915.
Tennessee TEMPLE(S) was born in 1843 in TN.4673,4762 She appeared in the census in September 1850 in Hamilton Co., TN.4762 Parents: Daniel TEMPLE(S)-33608 and Margaret -33596.