Francis Andrew Stillman TEMPLE (private).42924 Parents: Earle Stillman (Earle) TEMPLE-2332 and Marjorie ALLITT-23191.


Francis B. (Frank) TEMPLE435,10130 was born in June 1837 in St. Clair Co., IL.435,52132,52133,52134,75446 Gave 1830 and Kansas City, MO in 1900. He appeared in the census in 1850 in High Prairie, St. Clair, IL.73096 He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Belleville, St. Clair, IL.75446 Francis lived in St. Clair Co., IL in 1869.2434 In June 1870 he was a farmer in Belleville, St. Clair, IL.52133 In June 1880 he was a farmer in St. Clair Co., IL.52132 In June 1900 Francis was a day laborer in Kansas City, Jackson, MO.52134 He died. Gien with germanic spelling in 1870.

He does not appear to be the son of Foster and Sophia Temple. His parents were from OH (father) and IL (mother). His birth date is wrong, and, despite his also being in St. Clair, IL, his wife Mary has the wrong surname. While it may be that Frank and Mary divorced prior to their subsequent marriages in 1884 and 1882 respectively, there are a lot of problems with these two. Parents: Foster TEMPLE-5262 and Sophia (Sophie) TEMPLE-25107.

Spouse: Mary E. PUGH-50430. Mary E. PUGH and Francis B. (Frank) TEMPLE were married on 5 July 1869 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.2434,10130,52135 Children were: Viola Lydia (Viola) TEMPLE-48732.

Spouse: Anna Lydia COX-54709. Anna Lydia COX and Francis B. (Frank) TEMPLE were married on 4 July 1884 in St. Clair Co., IL.20703,20704


Francis Barton (Frank) TEMPLE75630 was born on 20 October 1924 in Palermo, Oswego, NY.12605,57842,57844,75630 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Palermo, Oswego, NY.57842 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Palermo, Oswego, NY.57844 Francis served in the military in 1945.957,12605 Enlisted 13 Dec 1945 at Oswego, NY as a private for the Hawaiian Department, with prior service after 3 months of discharge. Also served in Korea. He lived in Fayetteville, Onondaga, NY in 1989.12605 He died on 29 May 1989 at the age of 64 in Syracuse, Onondaga, NY.12605,75631 No issue. Parents: Herbert Earl TEMPLE-1904 and Harriet F. (Hattie) SMITH-40483.

Spouse: Beatrice Arlene BLAUVELT-82948. Beatrice Arlene BLAUVELT and Francis Barton (Frank) TEMPLE were married before April 1963.12603


Francis Charles (Frank) TEMPLE was born on 27 December 1895 in Dorchester, Suffolk, MA.40308,40309,40310,47901,47902,64236,75632,75633,75634 He claimed to be a year older upon entering the military in WWI, putting his birth in 1895. This was retained in his widow's veteran's headstone application, and then came to be on his headstone. It also agrees with his SSAN application. Nevertheless, some sources put the date in 1896. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Fall River, Bristol, MA.47902 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in New London, New London, CT.47901 Francis served in the military between 1917 and 1919.2764,75635,75636,75637 He was inducted at New London, CT 19 Sep 1917. Assigned to the 151 Dep Brigade to 5 Jan 1918, then to the 3 PTC at Camp Devens, MA to 29 Apr 1918. He was then in the Infantry Replacement Camp at Camp Gordon, GA, to his discharge. Made sergeant 21 Nov 1917 and honrably discharged 5 Jun 1918 to accept his commission as 2nd Lt in the Infantry, 6 Jun 1918. Assigned to Company A, 165th Infantry, he departed Brest aboard the USS Harrisburg 12 Apr 1919, arriving in Hoboken on 21 Apr 1919, and sent to Camp Mills for processing. Camp Mills was one of five U.S. Army Embarkation Camps established in 1917 near Garden City, Nassau, NY. Abandoned as an active post in 1920, it was later absorbed into Mitchel Field.
Also served in Camp Shelby, MS. Serice in the AEF from 5 Oct 1918 to 21 Apr 1919. Honorably discharged 7 May 1919. As a private, he departed Brooklyn aboard the U..S Grant for Honolulu on 18 Mar 1923.
For his service in World War 1, he was on the Honor Roll of New London, CT.
Service number was R-3119258. In 1917 he was a student at Syracuse University in New London, New London, CT.75632 In April 1930 he was a telephone company district manager in Dover, Morris, NJ.40308 Francis lived in Hawthorne, Passaic, NJ on 1 April 1935.40309 In April 1940 he was a telephone company sales supervisor in New York, Richmond, NY.40309 In 1942 he was an employee of NJ Bell Telephone Company in Jersey City, Hudson, NJ.40310 Francis died on 26 December 1951 at the age of 55 in Staten Island, Richmond, NY.40311,75634 Buried in New York Bay Cemetery, Jersey City, NJ. His parents were both from NY. Parents: George William (George) TEMPLE-62628 and Eva E. NESBITT-62629.

Spouse: Genevieve -109314. Genevieve and Francis Charles (Frank) TEMPLE were married before April 1919.

Spouse: Lillian A. KURZDORFER-62640. Lillian A. KURZDORFER and Francis Charles (Frank) TEMPLE were married in 1922.40308 Children were: Eleanor TEMPLE-62641, Charlotte Lillian TEMPLE-85233.


Francis Devern (Vern) TEMPLE23325 was born on 13 September 1883 in Riggsville, Cheboygan, MI.42585,42586,42587,42590,58982,71370,75638 Gave Dec 1883 in 1900. In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Burt Twp., Cheboygan, MI.58982 He lived in Indian River, Cheboygan, MI in 1905.42589 In April 1910 Francis was a farm laborer in Tuscarora Twp., Cheboygan, MI.42587 In 1918 he was a farmer and laborer in Oden, Emmet, MI.42590 In January 1920 he was a cement laborer in Littlefield, Emmet, MI.42585 In April 1930 Francis was an automobile mechanic in Littlefield, Emmet, MI.42586 In April 1940 he was a resort gardener in Littlefield, Emmet, MI.71370 He died on 6 June 1954 at the age of 70 in Petosky, Emmet, MI.75639,75640 Buried in Lakeview Cemetery, Harbor Springs, MI. Appears as Vernon F. in 1930. Gave himself as Francis Devine in WWI draft registration. Parents: Ransom TEMPLE-25290 and Harriet N. (Hattie) STEAD-25291.

Spouse: Lillie May CALLAWAY-93674.

Spouse: Alice Viola (Alice) LUDLOW-25293. Alice Viola (Alice) LUDLOW and Francis Devern (Vern) TEMPLE were married on 9 October 1905 in Cheboygan, Cheboygan, MI.23325,42586,42587,42589,42593 Children were: Harvey Fray (Harvey) TEMPLE-25294, Sidney Leroy (Sidney) TEMPLE-25295, Floren R. (Johnny) TEMPLE-25296, Violet Rose (Violet) TEMPLE-25297, Leonard Ovid (Leonard) TEMPLE-25298, Frieda Marie TEMPLE-25299, Hersel Deverne (Happy) TEMPLE-25300, Donald Kenneth TEMPLE-25301, Morell TEMPLE-25302.


Francis Dewey (Frank) TEMPLE6191,8479,75641 was born on 4 December 1896 in Logan Center, Grand Forks, ND.6191,11812,40873,40874,58365,75642,75643 In his WWI draft registration, he said the place was Kempton, ND. He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Logan Center, Grand Forks, ND.58365 In 1918 he was a farmer in Kempton, Northwood, ND.75642 In April 1930 Francis was a farmer in Logan Center, Grand Forks, ND.40873 Enumerated next door to his parents. In April 1940 he was a farmer in Logan Center, Grand Forks, ND.40874 He died on 20 December 1960 at the age of 64 in Logan Center, Grand Forks, ND.11812,75643 Parents: Alva Burton (Alva) TEMPLE-2305 and Martha SNYDER-2865.

Spouse: Marie Mathilda LARSEN-50899. Marie Mathilda LARSEN and Francis Dewey (Frank) TEMPLE were married in 1924 in ND.40873 Children were: Harlan Eugene (Harlan) TEMPLE-50900, Leigh Burton (Leigh) TEMPLE-50912, Roger Lindy (Roger) TEMPLE-50924.


Francis E. TEMPLE Sr. lived 523 66th Avenue in Cheltenham, Montgomery, PA in 1951.75644 He died in October 1951 in Cheltenham, Montgomery, PA.75644 Buried 13 Oct 1951 in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Cheltenham, PA. He held the title of Sr..


Francis E. TEMPLE was born on 5 July 1855 in Jackson Co., MO.20393 He died on 23 May 1857 at the age of 1 in Jackson Co., MO.20393 Buried in Brown Cemetery, Sni-A-Bar Township, MO. Parents: John Smith TEMPLE-36693 and Marcella Dean (Marcella) BROWN-36694.


Francis E. TEMPLE (private).12308 Parents: John TEMPLE-79571 and Iva BLACK-79572.


Francis E. (Frank) TEMPLE was born in February 1870 in Canada.15837,15838,15839,15840,15842 There is a conflict with the birth date of Feb 1870 as reported in the 1900 census. However, the 1900 census algorithm makes frequent rounding up errors, so the year was possibly1869. However, he claimed to be 23 in 1894 when he married, making the year 1871. He immigrated in 1880.15838,15839 Gave 1890 in 1930. He lived in Detroit, Wayne, MI in 1894.15842 In June 1900 Francis was a tin smith in Lansing, Ingham, MI.15840 He was naturalized in 1905.15837 In April 1910 he was a stone works tinner in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.15838 In January 1920 Francis was a sheet iron worker in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.15837 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.15839 He died. His parents were from Canada (father) and MI (mother) except in 1930 when they were from England (father) and Canada (mother). Initial is variously read as C and E, but was E in the Lorain, OH, city directory of 1903. Parents: John William (John) TEMPLE-72884 and Mary BROWN-72885.

Spouse: Margaret BURKE-96663. Margaret BURKE and Francis E. (Frank) TEMPLE were married on 24 May 1894 in Detroit, Wayne, MI.15839,15840,15842 Children were: Merce L. (Marie) TEMPLE-96668, Margaret Rutha TEMPLE-96664, Francis Edward (Edward) TEMPLE Sr.-96660, Leonard Lloyd (Leonard) TEMPLE-96661, Charles O. TEMPLE-96665.


Dr. Francis E. (Frank) TEMPLE19715 was born on 19 September 1906 in RI.44787,44789,44790,44791,75645,75646 Gave his age as 30 in 1940 in one of his two enumerations. He lived in Providence, Providence, RI in 1910.44793 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Providence, Providence, RI.44790 Francis appeared in the census in January 1920 in Providence, Providence, RI.44787 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Providence, Providence, RI.44789 He lived in Boston, Suffolk, MA on 1 April 1935.75647 In April 1940 Francis was a hospital physician in Burrillville, Providence, RI.75647,75648 Unmarried. He was a physician on the staff of the Rhode Island State Sanitorium. Enumerated a second time as a doctor. In April 1940 he was a private sanitarium medical doctor in Providence, Providence, RI.44791 He lived in Warwick, Kent, RI in 1958. Francis lived in Warwick, Kent, RI in 1984.105,75649 He died on 23 November 1984 at the age of 78 in Warwick, Kent, RI.19716,75646,75650 Buried in Saint Francis Cemetery, Pawtucket, RI, Plot: Section 42, Lot 81, Grave 6. Parents: Francis Elmer (Frank) TEMPLE-40933 and Anna E. MC GINN-40934.

Spouse: Elizabeth Louise COLT-40944. Elizabeth Louise COLT and Dr. Francis E. (Frank) TEMPLE were married in 1941 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.19720 Children were: Christine TEMPLE-40945.


Francis Earl TEMPLE (private).7498 Parents: Lawrence Evarts (Lawrence) TEMPLE-2930 and Helen Adeline (Helen) FISHER-3314.

Spouse: Olive Iona (Olive) WOOSTER-3430. Children were: Bradley Earl TEMPLE-3431, Dale Alan TEMPLE-3432, Marcia Kay TEMPLE-3433.


Francis Edward TEMPLE Jr. was born on 25 August 1921 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.23186,23187 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.23187 He served in the military between 1942 and 1945.957 Enlisted 31 Aug 1942 at Philadelphia, PA, as a private. Francis lived 523 66th Avenue in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA in 1951.23186 He was living with his parents. He died on 10 October 1951 at the age of 30 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.23186 Died in the Naval Hospital of bacterial endocarditis, an inactive mitral valve and congestive failure. Buried in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Cheltenham, PA. Unmarried. Parents: Francis Edward (Edward) TEMPLE Sr.-96660 and Mary Ann DENERY-96670.


Francis Edward (Edward) TEMPLE Sr. was born on 8 April 1898 in Detroit, Wayne, MI.240,15837,15838,15840,23187,23188,65198 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Lansing, Ingham, MI.15840 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.15838 Francis served in the military between 1917 and 1919.240,75651 Enlisted 4 Jun 1917 in Cleveland, OH. Assigned to Battery C, 2nd Field Artillery Ohio National Guard, 135th Field Artillery. Served as a private in the same unit as his brother Leonard, and was discharged 11 Apr 1919.
As a private assigned to that unit, he departed New York City aboard the Hororata on 28 Jun 1918.
His service number was 1534198. He lived in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH in 1917.65198 In January 1920 he was a sheet metal worker in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.15837 In April 1930 Francis was a furnace sheet metal worker in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.23187 He lived 523 66th Avenue in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA in 1951.23186 He lived 523 West 66th Avenue in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA in 1960.23188 Francis died on 10 August 1960 at the age of 62 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.240,23188 Died at home of a ruptured abdominal aneurism. Buried in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Wyndmoor, PA. Parents: Francis E. (Frank) TEMPLE-96662 and Margaret BURKE-96663.

Spouse: Mary Ann DENERY-96670. Mary Ann DENERY and Francis Edward (Edward) TEMPLE Sr. were married in 1920 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.23187 Children were: Francis Edward TEMPLE Jr.-96671, Mary M. TEMPLE-96672.


Francis Elmer (Frank) TEMPLE19715,44786 was born on 3 July 1864 in NH.44787,44789,44790,44791,75652,75653 VT or NH. Gave VT in 1910. Gave his age as 38 in 1910. Find-A-Grave put his birth in 1870, but the 1870 census put it in 1864. He lived in Sheldon, Franklin, VT in 1870.30279 In 1887 he was a clerk in Providence, Providence, RI.75654 Francis lived in Providence, Providence, RI between 1890 and 1892. In 1890 he was a clerk in Providence, Providence, RI.75655 In 1910 he was a real estate agent in Providence, Providence, RI.44793 In April 1910 Francis was a real estate agent in Providence, Providence, RI.44790 In January 1920 he was an insurance agent in Providence, Providence, RI.44787 In April 1930 he was an insurance agent in Providence, Providence, RI.44789 Francis appeared in the census in April 1940 in Providence, Providence, RI.44791 He died on 23 August 1944 at the age of 80 in Providence, Providence, RI.19716,75653 Buried in St. Francis Cemetery, Pawtucket, RI. NOTE: UNCERTAIN WHETHER THE FRANK E TEMPLE AND CHILDREN IDENTIFIED HERE IS THE SAME FRANK TEMPLE BORN TO HUGH AND FRANCIS TEMPLE PENDING EXAMINATION OF MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE -- HE BORN IN VERMONT, BUT AGE A FEW YEARS OFF SO IDENTIFICATION IS TENTATIVE.

Parents: Hugh TEMPLE-35001 and Frances (Fanny) MC GONIGLE-40922.

Spouse: Anna E. MC GINN-40934. Anna E. MC GINN and Francis Elmer (Frank) TEMPLE were married on 8 November 1904 in RI.44786,44789,44790,44793 Children were: Dr. Francis E. (Frank) TEMPLE-40935, Dr. Edward J. TEMPLE-40936.


Francis Eugene TEMPLE (private).75656 Parents: J.W. TEMPLE-123765 and UNKNOWN-123766.


Francis Eugene (Eugene) TEMPLE8412 was born on 3 October 1914 in Scottsville, Beaver, PA.8416,8417,64476,74666,75657 Gave his age as 14 in 1930. He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Hopewell, Beaver, PA.8417 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Batavia, Kane, IL.64476 Enumerated as a student in the Mooseheart School and Home. In April 1940 Francis was a steel mill open hearth worker in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA.74666 He died on 22 January 1984 at the age of 69 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA.8415,75657,75658 Buried in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Etna, PA, Plot: Section RD, Lot 15. Parents: Alonzo Watkins (Alonzo) TEMPLE-3065 and Ella Valentine (Vallie) ANDERSON-3157.

Spouse: Frieda Agnes ZAICH-23524. Frieda Agnes ZAICH and Francis Eugene (Eugene) TEMPLE were married on 7 September 1936 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA.8415,8416 Children were: Eugene Richard TEMPLE-26587, Fred Patrick (Pat) TEMPLE-26588.


Francis Eugene (Frank) TEMPLE was born on 13 November 1893 in Malden, Middlesex, MA.22,1076,27532,27533,75659 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Marlboro, Middlesex, MA.27533 In April 1910 he was a barrel factory cooper in Townsend, Middlesex, MA.27532 Francis served in the military in January 1920 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.75660 Sailor MM1 aboard U.S.S. Warrington. He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.75660 In 1942 he was a City Hall employee in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.1076 Francis died in November 1962 at the age of 69 in MA.

He might be Frank Eugene Temple, who was a Negro. Parents: Joseph Kerney TEMPLE-42854 and Margaret Teresa (Margaret) FLYNN-42855.

Spouse: Caroline -75086. Caroline and Francis Eugene (Frank) TEMPLE were married before 1942.


Francis Everard (Everard) TEMPLE63405 was born on 4 September 1896 in West Chester, Chester, PA.240,16272,17667,21116,36609,59112 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in West Chester, Chester, PA.59112 He served in the military between 1917 and 1919.75661 Served as an Ensign, as a Landsman in the Quartermasters of the Marine Corps, from 15 Dec 1917 to 11 Jul 1919, serial # 16-735-472. As an ensign, sailed aboard the Justicia bound for Europe in Feb-Apr 1918. Francis lived in West Chester, Chester, PA in 1923.16273 In April 1930 he was a fancy printing printer in West Goshen, Chester, PA.16272 In April 1940 he was a printer in West Chester, Chester, PA.17667 In April 1942 Francis was an employee of Horace F. Temple, Inc. in West Chester, Chester, PA.21116 He lived 25 East Marshall Street in West Chester, Chester, PA in 1943.59114 He was the informant on his mother's death certificate. He died on 10 November 1967 at the age of 71 in West Goshen, Chester, PA.240 Buried in Green Mount Cemetery, West Goshen, PA. Parents: Horace Francis (Frank) TEMPLE-2234 and Anna L. (Annie) STEPHENS-2734.

Spouse: Sara S. -97682. Sara S. and Francis Everard (Everard) TEMPLE were married before 1967.

Spouse: Esther M. BUTLER-44975. Esther M. BUTLER and Francis Everard (Everard) TEMPLE were married on 14 April 1923 in Wilmington, New Castle, DE.16272,16273


Francis F. TEMPLE was born in 1844 in LA.50915,50916 He appeared in the census in 1850 in West Feliciana Parish, LA.50916 He appeared in the census in June 1860 in West Feliciana Parish, LA.50915,60900 Francis died. Did not appear with his family in 1870. Parents: Henry C. TEMPLE Sr.-35288 and Mary PHARES-35289.


Francis G. (Frank) TEMPLE30867 was born in 1911 in West Middletown, Washington, PA.1642,41722,41723 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Independence Twp., Washington, PA.41722 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Independence Twp., Washington, PA.41723 In April 1940 Francis was a pottery laborer in West Middletown, Washington, PA.1642 He died after April 1940 at the age of 29. His data has been confused with Frank Hawley Temple (SSAN 200-01-9304), but the SSDI dates for Frank Hawley Temple coincide with data in Temple Family in England and America. He might be SSDI's Francis Temple, b 30 Nov 1910 or b 4 Jun 1910. Parents: Justus Francis (Justus) TEMPLE-2634 and Dena Blanche (Blanche) LIGGETT-32862.

Spouse: Dorothy -87647. Dorothy and Francis G. (Frank) TEMPLE were married before 1940 in PA.


Francis Gene (Gene) TEMPLE was born on 19 April 1925 in Carbondale, Jackson, IL.9600,39284,75662,75663 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Carbondale, Jackson, IL.9600 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Carbondale, Jackson, IL.39284 Francis died on 30 August 1997 at the age of 72 in Carbondale, Jackson, IL.75664,75665,75666 Buried in Oakland Cemetery, Carbondale, IL. He served in the military.75666 Served in the Marine Corps as a staff sergeant, serving in WWII, Korea and Vietnam, specific dates unknown. His wife's obituary said he was in the Air Force, and based on their duty stations in the obituary they were in the Air Force. Perhaps he was in the Marine Corps in WWII, but later joined the Air Force? Parents: Philip Gene (Gene) TEMPLE-29404 and Frances Ruth KILBY-29406.

Spouse: Jeannette Elizabeth ULREY-41936. Jeannette Elizabeth ULREY and Francis Gene (Gene) TEMPLE were married on 20 April 1946 in Carbondale, Jackson, IL.75662,75667 Children were: Phillip Gene TEMPLE-39530, Kenton Earl TEMPLE-41941, Scott Lee TEMPLE-41942, Lucinda Jo (Cindy) TEMPLE-41943.


Francis Grant (Grant) TEMPLE75668 was born on 26 February 1918. He died on 21 February 1981 at the age of 62 in Canada.

Spouse: Helen Irene KINDY-141486. Helen Irene KINDY and Francis Grant (Grant) TEMPLE were married. Children were: Linda TEMPLE-141487, Lauralee TEMPLE-141488.


Francis Grier TEMPLE was born on 10 December 1872 in Altoona, Blair, PA.5091,48937,48938,55410,55412,75669,75670,75671 Gave 1874 in 1920. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Altoona, Blair, PA.55412 In June 1900 he was a city fireman in Altoona, Blair, PA.55410,75672 Enumerated twice, once with his family and once in a rooming house. Occupation was a teamster when in the boarding house. In April 1910 Francis was a city fire company engineer in Altoona, Blair, PA.55411,75669 Enumerated twice. In January 1920 he was a steam railroad machinist in Altoona, Blair, PA.5091 In April 1930 he was a high school engineer in Altoona, Blair, PA.48937 In April 1940 Francis was a school district fireman in Altoona, Blair, PA.48938 He lived 419 6th Avenue in Altoona, Blair, PA in 1948.75670 He died on 18 August 1948 at the age of 75 in Altoona, Blair, PA.75670,75673 Died of cerebral apoplexy. Buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Altoona, Blair, PA. Francis has reference number RLT # (None).4143 Unmarried in 1920. Parents: William Morrison (William) TEMPLE-49880 and Mary Elizabeth (Mary) SAYERS-49881. Parents: TEMPLE-49888 and Mary -49889.

Spouse: Martha B. ORNER-49897. Martha B. ORNER and Francis Grier TEMPLE were married between 1921 and 1930 in PA.


Francis Hill TEMPLE53505 was born on 18 August 1839 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.22,64551 Vital records of Gardner indicate Gardner, MA. He died on 12 December 1839 at the age of 0 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.22,34282,48130 Vital records of Reading and Gardner indicated Gardner. Buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Reading, MA. Parents: Abraham TEMPLE-5739 and Cassandana BICKFORD-5743.


Francis Hurbert TEMPLE was born on 28 September 1881 in North Dorchester, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada.4621,75674 In 1925 he was a truck driver.4621 He lived in London, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada in 1925.4621 Francis immigrated on 1 December 1925 to Port Huron, St. Clair, MI.4621 Immigrated in search of work. He died in 1953 at the age of 72 in Middlesex Co., Ontario, Canada.75675 Place requires proof. Buried in Dorchester Union Cemetery, Dorchester, ONT. Identified Wesley as his brother on his immigration papers. Middle name given as Herbert in Find-A-Grave. Parents: James M. TEMPLE-64682 and Margaret MC LELAND-64691. Parents: Michael M. TEMPLE-64686 and Margaret (Maggie) -64699.


Francis Jacob (Frank) TEMPLE was born on 13 November 1898 in NJ.3785,3786,14057,14058,14059,14060,75676 Gave 1899 and NJ in 1930, but MA in 1930. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Secaucus, Hudson, NJ.3785 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in North Bergen, Hudson, NJ.3786 In 1918 Francis was a machinist for Consolidated Gas Company in Bergen, Hudson, NJ.75676 In January 1920 he was an US Navy machinist in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.14058 In April 1930 he was a machinist in North Bergen, Hudson, NJ.14059 In April 1940 Francis was a Consolidated Gas machinist in North Bergen, Hudson, NJ.14060 He died on 23 October 1942 at the age of 43 in NJ.14057 Buried in Fairview Cemetery, of an unknown city in NJ. His parents were both from MA in 1920, but both from NJ in 1930. Parents: Joseph Felix TEMPLE-54498 and Katie -54487.

Spouse: Caroline Louise BREHMEYER-69474. Caroline Louise BREHMEYER and Francis Jacob (Frank) TEMPLE were married in 1915. Children were: Lillian TEMPLE-69475, Caroline Frances TEMPLE-69476.


Francis John TEMPLE died on 15 May 1911 in Martin Co., MN.1891,75677


Francis John (Frank) TEMPLE was born on 22 September 1929 in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.2692,2693,57593,57594 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.2693 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.57594 Francis died on 3 July 1997 at the age of 67 in Staten Island, Richmond, NY.75678 Parents: Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE-73434 and Frances -73435.


Francis Johnson (John) TEMPLE was born on 13 January 1836 in Scotland, United Kingdom.6153,19453,75679,75680 He lived in Amabel Twp., Bruce North, Ontario, Canada in 1863.19452 In 1871 he was a farmer in Amabel Twp., Bruce North, Ontario, Canada.19457 Francis died between 1879 and 1881 at the age of 43. He did not appear in the 1881 census, and can be assumed to have died by that time. Since their last child was born in 1879, his death can be placed 1879-1881. Also appears as John Johnson Temple. This reflects the confusion about his identity. There was probably one more child born to John and Mary (Johnston) Temple, that being a male born in 1838, given their pattern of having children. One of these two later married Mary Cole and lived in Amabel, Bruce North, ONT, where the family was enumerated in 1871. But the given name is only John. Was that Francis Johnson going as John, or John Johnson going by John? If the latter, the wrong age is given, if the former, he was going by his middle name. Parents: John TEMPLE-78856 and Maria (Mary) JOHNSTON-78857.

Spouse: Mary COLE-78974. Mary COLE and Francis Johnson (John) TEMPLE were married in 1863 in Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada.19452 Children were: Mary Ann TEMPLE-79065, James TEMPLE-66336, Alice TEMPLE-79067, John Johnson TEMPLE-78986, Susan Elizabeth TEMPLE-79068, Henry Edward TEMPLE-79069, Walter Robert (Robert) TEMPLE-79070, Margaret A. (Maggie) TEMPLE-79071.


Francis Joseph TEMPLE (private).75681


Francis Joseph TEMPLE III was born on 26 March 1924 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.21457,75682 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.21457 He served in the military between 1942 and 1945.75682 Served in WWII. Francis lived 6016 Latona Street in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA in 1962.75682 He was living with his mother. He died on 16 September 1962 at the age of 38 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.75682 Died of respiratory failure and a subdural abscess. Buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon, PA. He was an insurance broker.75682 Unmarried. Parents: Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE Jr.-93315 and Florence M. CULLEN-93322.


Francis Joseph TEMPLE was born on 18 January 1927 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.44833,75683 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.44833 He died on 15 September 1999 at the age of 72 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.50909,75684 Buried in St. Peter and St. Paul Cemetery, Springfield, PA. Parents: John Aloysius (John) TEMPLE-93317 and Regina Margaret MC GRATH-93339.


Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE Sr.41107 was born on 11 December 1865 in PA.41105,41106,41108,75685,75686 His obituary said he was 89, putting his birth year in 1865. In June 1880 he was an office boy in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.75685 He lived 2210 Sears Street in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA in 1890.41111 In June 1900 Francis was a clerk in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.41105 In April 1910 he was a clerk in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.75687 He lived 2109 Christian Street in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA in 1918.75688 In January 1920 Francis was an insurance office chief clerk in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.41106 In April 1930 he was an insurance owner in Upper Darby Twp., Delaware, PA.41107 About 1935 he was a secretary of Creth and Sullivan, Inc., insurance brokers in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.75689 Francis lived 605 Turner Avenue in Drexel Hill, Delaware, PA in 1939.75690 In April 1940 he was an insurance broker in Upper Darby Twp., Delaware, PA.41108 He lived 605 Turner Avenue in Drexel Hill, Delaware, PA in 1955.75686 He was living with his son. Francis died on 30 August 1955 at the age of 89 in Drexel Hill, Delaware, PA.41110,75686,75689 Died in his home of generalized arteriosclerosis. Buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon, PA. He has reference number RLT # (None).7243 He former secretary of Insurance Society of Philadelphia.75689 Francis financia secretary of San Domingo Council, Knights of Columbus, for 39 years.75689 His parents were both from Ireland in 1920. Possibly related to Patrick Temple, also buried in Yeadon, PA, who might be an uncle. Parents: Francis TEMPLE-93825 and Catherine KANE-93826.

Spouse: Margaret T. (Maggie) LEARY-93314. Margaret T. (Maggie) LEARY and Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE Sr. were married on 9 September 1890 in Coshocton, Coshocton, OH.41105,41107,41111 This was a first marriage for both. Children were: Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE Jr.-93315, Marie V. TEMPLE-93316, John Aloysius (John) TEMPLE-93317, Madeline C. TEMPLE-93318, Helen T. TEMPLE-93319, Thomas Patrick TEMPLE-93320, Juliette TEMPLE-93350, Edward F. TEMPLE-93321.


Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE Jr. was born on 2 September 1891 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.240,21457,21458,41105,41106,75691,75692 He put the date in 1891 in his draft registration, but his SSAN application put it in 1893. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.41105 He served in the military between 1917 and 1919.240 Served as a Chief Petty Officer in 19 Jun 1917 to 12 Jun 1919 in the US Naval Reserve. In 1917 Francis was a clerk for Creth and Sullivan in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.75691 In January 1920 he was an insurance salesman in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.41106 In April 1930 he was an insurance broker in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.21457 In April 1942 Francis was an employee of Creth and Sullivan, Inc. insurance brokers in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.21458 He was working at the same firm of which his father was secretary. He lived 6016 Latona Street in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA in 1948.21456 He died on 1 June 1948 at the age of 56 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.240,21456,41110 Died of pneumonia. Buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA. PA Veteran Burial Records say the cemetery is in Yeadon, PA. His parents were both from PA. Parents: Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE Sr.-93313 and Margaret T. (Maggie) LEARY-93314.

Spouse: Florence M. CULLEN-93322. Florence M. CULLEN and Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE Jr. were married in 1922 in PA.21457 Children were: Francis Joseph TEMPLE III-93323.


Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE75693 was born on 3 August 1900 in Waterbury, New Haven, CT.2693,27233,75693,75694 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.75694 He living in the St. Francis Orphan Asylum in April 1910 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.75694 In 1918 Francis was a tubing handler for Seamless Rubber Company in New Haven, New Haven, CT.27233 In January 1920 he was a tincut helper in New Haven, New Haven, CT.75693 In April 1930 he was a screw factory machinist in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.2693 Francis died before 1940 at the age of 40. His parents were both from CT.

His wife was clearly Frances in 1930. She may be the mother of two sons. Given the long gap after them, perhaps there was a child lost, or perhaps Frank married Anna, who was his widow in 1940. The arrangement of his family is based on circumstantial evidence, names of his children, timing and location. Parents: John J. TEMPLE-48948 and Ellen FITZGERALD-78648.

Spouse: Frances -73435. Frances and Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE were married in 1928.2692 Children were: Francis John (Frank) TEMPLE-73436, Joseph TEMPLE-87427.

Spouse: Anna V. SMITH-87425. Anna V. SMITH and Francis Joseph (Frank) TEMPLE were married about 1928 in NY. Children were: Patricia TEMPLE-87426.


Francis K. TEMPLE (private).926


Francis Kathryn (Fannie/Kate) TEMPLE17643 was born on 17 January 1900 in Young Co., TX.52899,52962,53536 Gave TX in 1910. She appeared in the census in April 1910 in Young Co., TX.53536 She lived in Newcastle, Young, TX on 1 April 1935.52899 Francis appeared in the census in April 1940 in Olney, Young, TX.52899 She lived in Olney, Young, TX in 1978.36454 She died on 19 April 1992 at the age of 92 in Henderson, Rusk, TX.52962 Parents: John Thomas (John/Tom) TEMPLE-20219 and Mary Elizabeth (Mary/Bettie) RICHARDSON-20235.

Spouse: William Nathan REED-84859. Francis Kathryn (Fannie/Kate) TEMPLE and William Nathan REED were married on 22 May 1921 in Archer City, Archer, TX.52962,52963 Children were: Billy T. REED-84861, George Dean REED-89454, Betty Jean REED-84863, Kathleen REED-84862.


Francis L. TEMPLE1974 was born in December 1869 in Perry Co., MS.1975 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Perry Co., MS.1975 His parents were from SC (father) and MS (mother).

Spouse: Elizabeth -110372. Elizabeth and Francis L. TEMPLE were married in 1892 in MS.1974,1975 Children were: James B. TEMPLE-110373, Pearl A. TEMPLE-110374, Richard T. TEMPLE-110375.


Francis Leroy (Pee Wee) TEMPLE was born on 24 February 1942 in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, NC.7729,75695,75696 He lived in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, NC in 2008.37405 He died on 23 October 2009 at the age of 67 in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, NC.27729,75696,75697 Buried in Westlawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Elizabeth City, NC. Parents: Deronda Cortez (Cortez) TEMPLE-35120 and Eula Evelyn (Eula) GRANGER-35140.

Spouse: Ethel Lou FOSKEY-51498. Children were: Janet Elaine TEMPLE-51499, Diana Lynn TEMPLE-51502, Lisa TEMPLE-72944, Scott Leroy TEMPLE-72948.


Francis Loren (Lorrie) TEMPLE was born on 17 February 1901 in Macon Co., MO.14942,35881,35882,74814,74815,75698 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Ardmore, Macon, MO.74814 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Chariton, Macon, MO.74815 Francis lived in Macon, Macon, MO in 1924.35884 In April 1930 he was a coal and building materials truck driver in Milton Twp., Du Page, IL.35881 In April 1940 he was a coal and building material truck driver in Glen Ellyn, Du Page, IL.35882 Francis lived in IL before 1951.75698 He died on 27 September 1964 at the age of 63 in Glen Ellyn, Du Page, IL.14942,75698 Parents: George Henry (George) TEMPLE-42213 and Minnie Iva WINKLER-42226.

Spouse: Delia Saphronia HOWE-42238. Delia Saphronia HOWE and Francis Loren (Lorrie) TEMPLE were married on 21 December 1924 in Moberly, Randolph, MO.35881,35884 Children were: Frances Elaine TEMPLE-42239.


Francis M. TEMPLE served in the military between 1861 and 1865 in AR.75699 Francis M. Temple was slightly wounded. The following is a description of the unit's action and the casualties:

MAJ. GEN. S. E. CURTIS, Commanding Department of the Missouri:

General: The following report of the battle of yesterday, at Fayetteville, is respectfully submitted, in addition to the telegraphic dispatches of last evening. On Friday, 17th inst., a scout under command of Lieut. Robb, First Arkansas Cavalry, returned from the direction of Ozark, and reported no apparent preparations of the enemy to move in this direction. Having no fresh horses I ordered Lieut. Robb to take his command to quarters, expecting to be able to send a small scout again on the next day. On Saturday morning, 18th inst., at a few minutes after sunrise, the enemy, having made a forced march from the Boston Mountains during the night, surprised and captured our dismounted picket, on Frog Bayou road. and approached the town with wild and deafening shouts. Their cavalry charged up a ravine on the east of the city, and attacked my headquarters (Col. Tibbett's place). The firing of the picket had alarmed the command, and by the time the enemy had reached town the First Arkansas Infantry had formed on their parade ground under command of Lieut.-Col. E. J. Searle, assisted by Maj. E. D. Ham, and slowly retired by my orders toward the cavalry, then formed, dismounted at their camp. Fearing that, not being uniformed, they might be mistaken for the enemy, and be fired upon by the cavalry, I ordered Lieut.-Col. Searle to post seven companies as a reserve, in a sheltered position in our rear, two of which were afterward ordered to support the left wing. The remaining three companies of the First Infantry. together with four companies of the First Cavalry, formed the center of our line, under my own immediate command. The right wing was composed of the Third Battalion. First Cavalry, under command of Maj. Ezra Fitch; and the left wing, Second Battalion (First Arkansas Cavalry), was commanded by Lieut.-Col. A. W. Bishop, assisted by Maj. T. J. Hunt. Headquarters was made the "bone of contention," and was repeatedly charged by the rebels, who were gallantly repulsed by our men. In less than thirty minutes after the first attack the enemy planted two pieces of artillery, one a twelve-pounder and one a six pounder, upon the hillside cast of town, near Col. Gunter's place, and opened a sharp fire of canister and shell upon the camp of the First Arkansas Cavalry, doing some damage to tents and horses, but killing no men. At 8 A. M. our center had advanced and occupied the house. yard, out-buildings and hedges of my headquarters; the right wing had advanced to the arsenal, and the left occupied the open field northeast of town, while the enemy had possession of the whole hillside east, the Davis place, opposite to, and the grove south of headquarters. This grove was formerly occupied by the buildings of Arkansas College. At about 9 A. M., or a little before, Col. Monroe led a gallant and desperate cavalry charge upon our right wing, which was met by a galling crossfire from our right and center, piling rebel men and horses in heaps in front of our ordnance office, and causing the enemy to retreat in disorder to the woods. During this charge Capts. Parker and Smith, of the First Infantry, while bravely cheering their men, were both wounded in the head, though not dangerously. At about the same time, by my order, two companies of the First Cavalry, led by the gallant Lieut. Robb, advanced within rifle range of the enemy's artillery, and, guided by the blaze of its discharges, fired several volleys into the midst of the artillerists, which effectually silenced their battery and caused its precipitate withdrawal from the field. The enemy's center, occupying the Davis place, made a desperate resistance for nearly an hour after both wings had partially given away, and skirmishing continued at intervals for some time with pickets, reconnoitering parties and stragglers. At 12 M. their whole force was in full retreat for Ozark. Having only a very few horses, and those already on duty with picketing and reconnoitering parties, I was utterly unable to pursue them. During the whole action the enemy occupied ground covered with timber and brush, while my command were in the streets and open fields.
Since the battle I have ascertained the following particulars: Gen. Cabell and staff, with about 2,000 men and two pieces of artillery, left Ozark on Friday morning with three days' rations and a full supply of ammunition. They halted at the crossing of the mountains a little past noon, and rested until nearly sunset, afterward marching rapidly toward Fayetteville. They were delayed by the darkness of the night and the encumbrance of their artillery, so that they did not commence the attack as early by nearly two hours as they had intended. Col. Monroe recommended a cavalry attack, to be supported by the artillery, but was overruled by Cabell, and a halt was made until the artillery could come up. Their force was made up as follows: Brig.-Gen. W. L. Cabell commanding, accompanied by staff and escort; Carroll's First Arkansas Cavalry Regiment, Col. Scott, of Virginia, commanding, assisted by Lieut.-Col. Thompson; Monroe's Second Arkansas Cavalry, Col. Monroe commanding in person; First Battalion Parson's Texas Cavalry, Lieut.-Col. Noble commanding; one section of artillery, commanding officer not known; four companies of bushwhackers, commanded by Mankins, Palmer, Brown and others. The enemy left all their dead and wounded, which they could not take away on their retreat, in our hands, leaving Surgeon Russell and Assist.-Surgeon Holderness to take charge of them. To-day Capt. Alexander arrived at our picket with a flag of truce, bringing a communication from Gen. Cabell, a copy of which I enclose. The flag was immediately ordered back with my reply, a copy of which is also enclosed. The following is a list of casualties on our side:

First Arkansas Cavalry: Killed-Privates H. Morris and J. D. Bell, Company I; R. B. Burrows, Company A. Wounded-Capt. W. S. Johnson, Company M, right arm, dangerously; Sergt. Frederick Kise, Company A, slightly; Sergt. John Asbill, Company D, severely; First Sergt. W. M. Burrows, Company E, severely; Com. Sergt. Benjamin K. Graham, Company L, slightly; Corp. Josiah Fears, Company A, slightly; Corp. Henry C. Lewis, Company D, slightly; Corp. George A. Morris, Company G, slightly; Corp. Doctor B. Morris, Company M, slightly; Farrier William Wooten, Company C, slightly; John Hays, Company A, severely; James Jack, Company A, severely; William J. Qunton, Company D, slightly; Francis M. Temple, Company D, John Grubb, Company E, slightly; Jordan Taylor, Company E, severely; William F. Davis, Company G, slightly; George Davis, Company H, mortally; William J. York, [p.216] Company H, severely; Davis Chyle, Company M, slightly. Missing-thirty-five (mostly stampeded toward Cassville during the engagement). Prisoners-one lieutenant and eight men First Arkansas Cavalry, taken while absent without leave at a dance nine miles from town; also one private First Arkansas Infantry, and six privates in other commands, taken in town. Total killed, 4; wounded, 26; prisoners, 16; missing, 35.


Francis M. TEMPLE33100 was born on 1 January 1810 in Ireland.3811,75700 Frequently gave his birth at or around 1817. He immigrated before 1841. In June 1860 he was a carpenter in Fayette Twp., Lawrence, OH.3811 Francis died on 18 March 1870 at the age of 60 in Fayette Twp., Lawrence, OH.75700 His daughter Mary's death certificate said he was born on the ocean during the crossing from Ireland.

Spouse: Keziah -47275. Keziah and Francis M. TEMPLE were married before 1854 in OH. Children were: John W. TEMPLE-47270, Sarah J. TEMPLE-47260, Francis Marion (Francis) TEMPLE Jr.-47272, Barbara Ella (Ella) TEMPLE-47268, James E. TEMPLE-47276, Callahan (Calvin) TEMPLE-47286.

Spouse: Elizabeth A. LOWE-47263. Elizabeth A. LOWE and Francis M. TEMPLE were married in 1840. Children were: Mary Matilda (Mary) TEMPLE-47264, Elizabeth TEMPLE-47274, Lucina TEMPLE-47273.


Francis M. (Frank) TEMPLE was born in 1855 in IA.17498,22652,22653,23721,62637,75701,75702,75703 Gave his age as 42 in 1910. Gave 63 in 1920, and IN. He appeared in the census in 1856 in Sugar Grove, Dallas, IA.22653 He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Sugar Grove, Dallas, IA.22652 Francis appeared in the census in July 1870 in Jefferson, Polk, IA.62635 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Jefferson, Polk, IA.17498 He was ill with weak minded in June 1880 in Jefferson, Polk, IA.17498 Francis appeared in the census in 1885 in Jefferson, Polk, IA.62637 Given as idiotic. He appeared in the census in 1885 in Jefferson, Polk, IA.62638 He moved in 1905 in IA.75704 In April 1910 Francis was a dairy teamster in Ames, Story, IA.23721 In 1915 he was a teamster in Washington, Story, IA.75704 He lived 131 Campus Avenue in Ames, Story, IA in 1918.75705 In January 1920 Francis was a county roads patrolman in Crocker, Polk, IA.75702 He moved in January 1921 in Marshalltown, Marshall, IA.75706 He died on 28 March 1921 at the age of 66 in Marshalltown, Marshall, IA.75706 Died of a self-inflicted razor cut across the throat. Body shipped to Ames, IA. The History of Polk County listed the four children of John and Eliza (Day) Temple, of whom Frank was one, but the book was written in 1880, and said that Frank had been "lost." He apparently ran away from home. He did not know where his parents were from, except in 1920 when he gave IN (father) and IL (mother). The 1920 report was probably only a reflection of where they lived, and not where they were from. His location in Crocker, Polk, IA, puts him in proximity of the family of John and Tabitha (West) Temple, whose son Claude was in Crocker, making him the half brother of Francis M. (Frank) Temple b 1855 (son of Eliza Day), who disappears after the 1880 census, about when Frank appeared. Claude was the only Temple known to ever reside in Crocker. Thus the identification of Frank, husband of Emma Dixon, as Francis M. Temple, is circumstantial, and requires proof. Parents: John TEMPLE-30034 and Eliza DAY-30035.

Spouse: Emma DIXON-75461. Emma DIXON and Francis M. (Frank) TEMPLE were married in 1893 in Ogden, Boone, IA.23721 Children were: Etta TEMPLE-75462, Orville TEMPLE-75459, John L. TEMPLE-75463.


Francis M. (Frank) TEMPLE11548,13983 was born on 22 March 1860 in Cambridge, Guernsey, OH.36634,36635,48264,48265,48266,75707,75708,75709 Given as 2 months old in July 1860. He appeared in the census in July 1860 in Cambridge, Guernsey, OH.48264 He appeared in the census in June 1870 in Cambridge, Guernsey, OH.48265 In June 1880 Francis was a farm laborer in Cambridge, Guernsey, OH.48266 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Knox, Guernsey, OH.36634 In April 1910 he was a U.S. Mail driver in Uhrichsville, Tuscarawas, OH.36635 In January 1920 Francis was a laborer in railroad shop in Uhrichsville, Tuscarawas, OH.75707 In April 1930 he was a coal miner in Uhrichsville, Tuscarawas, OH.5473 He died on 11 March 1932 at the age of 71 in Uhrichsville, Tuscarawas, OH.806,11549,75709 Died of a heart attack. Buried in Union Cemetery, Uhrichsville, OH. Francis has reference number RLT # (None).8895 Linkage of this specific Francis Temple to Michael and Margery is based on timing. There does not seem to be confusion about spouses and issue, however. His daughter Jennie claimed her father's given name was Franklin M., however. The only known Franklin M. Temple, though, was not known to have been in OH, nor to have married an Alice. Parents: Michael TEMPLE-24793 and Margery NIXON-31581.

Spouse: Mary J. -44515. Mary J. and Francis M. (Frank) TEMPLE were married in 1924 in OH.5473

Spouse: Mary E. CRAIG-40654. Mary E. CRAIG and Francis M. (Frank) TEMPLE were married on 1 May 1881 in Gallia Co., OH.442,13983 They442,13983 were divorced before 1890. Children were: H.A. TEMPLE-40655.

Spouse: Alice HUTCHISON-40656. Alice HUTCHISON and Francis M. (Frank) TEMPLE were married in 1890 in OH.36634,36635 Children were: George Monson TEMPLE-40657, Harry W. TEMPLE-40663, Jennie Susan TEMPLE-40658, Susan Jane TEMPLE-49535, Marjery E. TEMPLE-40659.


Francis M. (Frank) TEMPLE Jr. was born on 6 February 1906 in Nashville, Davidson, TN.57056,57058,57060,75710 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Nashville, Davidson, TN.57060 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Highlands Twp., Davidson, TN.57058 Francis died on 6 May 1925 at the age of 19 in Carthage, Smith, TN.35311,57056 Died of a fractured skull from a rock fall. Buried in Spring Hill Cemetery, Carthage, TN. Parents: Frank Marion TEMPLE-47940 and Ella F. SIMMONS-47941.


Francis Marion TEMPLE53626 was born on 19 October 1828 in Spencer, Worcester, MA.22,56948 He died on 3 August 1841 at the age of 12 in Leicester, Worcester, MA.22,56948,72665 Buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Spencer, MA. Parents: Colonel Alonzo TEMPLE-30713 and Adaline RIDER-30714.


Francis Marion TEMPLE41249,75711 was born on 2 June 1830 in Franklin, Williamson, TN.41254,41662,41663 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Van Buren, Crawford, AR.73252 He moved about 1850 in Flatrock, Crawford, AR.34927,41251,75712 Francis moved in 1853 in Oliver Springs, Crawford, AR.34927 He served in the military between 1862 and 1865.75713,75714 Enlisted in the US Army Company D, 1st Arkansas Volunteer Cavalry, US Volunteers, from Washington County, AR, in 1862. He fought in the battles of Fayetteville, Elkhorn, and was wounded at Prairie Grove. He was discharged at Fayetteville, Arkansas in 1865. He appeared in the census in 1870 in Cedar Creek Twp., Crawford, AR.41664 Francis appears in the land records on 1 July 1875 in Crawford Co., AR.17314 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Cedar Creek Twp., Crawford, AR.41662 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Oliver Springs, Crawford, AR.41663 Francis died on 1 March 1905 at the age of 74 in Rudy, Crawford, AR.7430,41660 Buried in Morrison Cemetery, Rudy, AR. In the History of Benton, Washington, Carroll, Madison, Crawford, Franklin, and Sebastian Counties, Arkansas, his listing is as follows:

Francis M. Temple, farmer, was born June 2, 1830, in Williamson County, Tenn., and is a son of Roderick and Mary (Lee) Temple, natives of Virginia. The father immigrated to Tennessee alone when a young man, and located in Williamson County, and after his marriage moved to Davidson County, where he died in 1849. The mother went to Tennessee by wagon when a girl. She bore Mr. Temple eleven children, three of whom are living: Narcissus, Francis M. and William. Hubbard, James, Alexander, Mary, Eliza, Maria, Frederick and one other are deceased. Mrs. Temple died in Arkansas July 30, 1884, aged eighty-five. The maternal grandparents of our subject were early settlers of Tennessee, and there passed their lives. Francis M. Temple was reared upon a farm in Tennessee, and attended school but six months. He had a natural gift for mechanics, but has engaged in farming principally. After his father's death he cared for the family, and September 28, 1854, married Mary Roselle, who bore him two children, James M. and William A. Mrs. Temple died June 15, 1857, and March 29, 1863, he married Minerva Lewis, daughter of Henry and Jane A. (Hobaugh) Lewis, natives of Kentucky and Missouri, respectively. Mrs. Temple was born in Texas County, Mo., and when eight years of age came to Arkansas. She is the mother of seven children: Mary T., Francis M., Charles H., Sarah E., Narcissus I., Thomas Ivy and Edna. Mr. Temple enlisted in the United States army in 1862, joining Company D, First Arkansas Volunteer Cavalry, and being discharged at Fayetteville in 1865. Among other [p.1202] battles he was present at Prairie Grove, Fayetteville and Elkhorn. Mr. Temple came to Crawford County in 1850, settling near Flat Rock, and three years later moved near Ollivar Spring, where he lived three years. He then lived two miles north of this place for several years, and then settled where he now resides. He owns 160 acres, seventy-five of which are cultivated. He is a public-spirited man, and has given a lot on which to erect a school building. Himself and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He is a Republican, and a member of the G. A. R.


In the History of Benton, Washington, Carroll, Madison, Crawford, Franklin, and Sebastian Counties, Arkansas, his listing is as follows:

Francis M. Temple, farmer, was born June 2, 1830, in Williamson County, Tenn., and is a son of Roderick and Mary (Lee) Temple, natives of Virginia. The father immigrated to Tennessee alone when a young man, and located in Williamson County, and after his marriage moved to Davidson County, where he died in 1849. The mother went to Tennessee by wagon when a girl. She bore Mr. Temple eleven children, three of whom are living: Narcissus, Francis M. and William. Hubbard, James, Alexander, Mary, Eliza, Maria, Frederick and one other are deceased. Mrs. Temple died in Arkansas July 30, 1884, aged eighty-five. The maternal grandparents of our subject were early settlers of Tennessee, and there passed their lives. Francis M. Temple was reared upon a farm in Tennessee, and attended school but six months. He had a natural gift for mechanics, but has engaged in farming principally. After his father's death he cared for the family, and September 28, 1854, married Mary Roselle, who bore him two children, James M. and William A. Mrs. Temple died June 15, 1857, and March 29, 1863, he married Minerva Lewis, daughter of Henry and Jane A. (Hobaugh) Lewis, natives of Kentucky and Missouri, respectively. Mrs. Temple was born in Texas County, Mo., and when eight years of age came to Arkansas. She is the mother of seven children: Mary T., Francis M., Charles H., Sarah E., Narcissus I., Thomas Ivy and Edna. Mr. Temple enlisted in the United States army in 1862, joining Company D, First Arkansas Volunteer Cavalry, and being discharged at Fayetteville in 1865. Among other [p.1202] battles he was present at Prairie Grove, Fayetteville and Elkhorn. Mr. Temple came to Crawford County in 1850, settling near Flat Rock, and three years later moved near Ollivar Spring, where he lived three years. He then lived two miles north of this place for several years, and then settled where he now resides. He owns 160 acres, seventy-five of which are cultivated. He is a public-spirited man, and has given a lot on which to erect a school building. Himself and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He is a Republican, and a member of the G. A. R.
Parents: Roderick TEMPLE-17228 and Mary LEE-18206.

Spouse: Mary ROZELL-18218. Mary ROZELL and Francis Marion TEMPLE were married on 28 September 1854.41249 Children were: James Milton (Milton) TEMPLE-18220, William Alexander (William) TEMPLE-18221, Mary A. TEMPLE-41195.

Spouse: Minerva LEWIS-18219. Minerva LEWIS and Francis Marion TEMPLE were married on 29 March 1862 in Fayetteville, Washington, AR.41249,41254,41663,41666,41667 Francis' obituary gives the year as 1863. Children were: Mary Tennessee TEMPLE-18222, Francis Marion (Marion) TEMPLE Jr.-18223, Charles Herbert (Charles) TEMPLE-18224, Sarah Eliza (Babe) TEMPLE-18225, Narcissus Irene TEMPLE-18226, Iva Thomas (Iva) TEMPLE-18227, Edna TEMPLE-18228.


Dr. Francis Marion (Francis) TEMPLE37417,52081,70039 was born on 4 August 1850 in Conneautville, Crawford, PA.8005,8559,24676,75715 The 1850 census indicated April. He appeared in the census after 4 August 1850 in Spring Twp., Crawford, PA.8005 Enumerated as a female in 1850. He appeared in the census in July 1860 in Spring Twp., Crawford, PA.69400 Francis appeared in the census in August 1870 in Spring Twp., Crawford, PA.24676 In June 1880 he was a physician in Mercer, Mercer, PA.75715 Enumerated as the nephew of Nancy Flake. He lived in Fairview, Erie, PA in 1891.75716 Francis died on 17 June 1896 at the age of 45 in Fairview, Erie, PA.8008,75717,75718 Died of pneumonia. Buried in Rundell's Cemetery, Conneautville, PA. Parents: Reuben Smith Brown (Reuben) TEMPLE-4541 and Jane W. DUNHAM-39295.

Spouse: Cynthia Fell (Cynthia) YEAGER-1972. Cynthia Fell (Cynthia) YEAGER and Dr. Francis Marion (Francis) TEMPLE were married on 6 June 1876 in Crawford Co., PA.8559,40190,75716 Also reported as Mercer Co. Children were: Grace Marion (Grace) TEMPLE-1975, Herbert Flake (Herbert) TEMPLE-1974, George Francis (George) TEMPLE-1976, Francis Marion (Francis) TEMPLE Jr.-1973.


Francis Marion (Francis) TEMPLE Jr. was born in 1859 in Fayette Twp., Lawrence, OH.3811,3812 He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Fayette Twp., Lawrence, OH.3811 He appeared in the census in July 1870 in Fayette Twp., Lawrence, OH.3812 Francis died. Parents: Francis M. TEMPLE-47262 and Keziah -47275.