Bennie TEMPLE was born in 1892 in GA.84142 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Columbia, Houston, AL.84142 Unemployed. Enumerated as single, but with two sons. His parents were both from GA. He may be related to William W., Thomas T,, Calvin, and the rest.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-148106. Children were: Robert TEMPLE-134832, Isaiah H. TEMPLE-134833.

Bennie TEMPLE was born in 1893 in WI.1560 He appeared in the census in June 1905 in Superior, Douglas, WI.1560 Parents: Sloan TEMPLE-140775 and Daisy -140776.

Bennie TEMPLE was born in 1916 in GA.25625 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Cedartown, Polk, GA.25625 He died before 1940 at the age of 24. Death is assumed, as no records have been found after the 1930 census. Parents: Edgar D. (Eddie) TEMPLES-50330 and Jennie CASH-110697.

Bennie Beth TEMPLE was born on 28 August 1926 in Pueblo, Pueblo, CO.84143,84144,84145 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Pueblo, Pueblo, CO.84143 She appeared in the census in April 1940 in Pueblo, Pueblo, CO.84144 Bennie died in January 1986 at the age of 59.84146 Parents: William Finley TEMPLE-42248 and Matilda H. WATSON-42263.

Spouse: NARAD-103221.

Bennie L. TEMPLE was born on 24 September 1939.60398,84147 He lived in AL in 1957.84147 He died on 31 October 1992 at the age of 53 in Kansas City, Jackson, MO.84147

Spouse: Gwendolyn D. MUNDY-143335.

Bennie Nathan TEMPLE Jr. (private).25781 Parents: Benjamin Nathan (Bennie) TEMPLE Sr.-57369 and Helen Joyce (Helen) WITCHER-57383.

Spouse: Juanita J. SCOTT-97769.

Spouse: Robbie -57375.

Bennita TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Jimmie GRIDER-163810.

Bennita Marsha TEMPLE (private).36973

Spouse: Vernon Luaine GIBSON-159746.

Benny Martin TEMPLE84148 was born on 23 September 1965. He died on 27 April 1984 at the age of 18 in Liberty Co., FL. Buried in Good Hope Cemetery, Liberty Co., FL.

Benny Waymon TEMPLE was born on 1 June 1943 in Clarksville, Calhoun, FL.36465,84149,84150 He died on 22 October 1996 at the age of 53 in Blountstown, Calhoun, FL.13936,36465,84149,84151 Buried in Poplar Head Baptist Church Cemetery, Clarksville, FL. Some give his middle name as Wayne. Parents: Benjamin Panic (Ben) TEMPLE-47238 and Estelle Idelle GAY-69230.

Spouse: Linda J. WHITE-69234.

Spouse: Linnette -69235. Children were: Jeffrey Kevin TEMPLE-69236, Regina Gay TEMPLE-69241.

Benoyd TEMPLE13675 was born on 21 November 1938 in Coushatta, Red River, LA.72922 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in De Soto Parish, LA.72922 In 1956 he was an inspector's helper.73994 Parents: Curtis Lee TEMPLE-19202 and Minnie Estell SMITH-19208.

Spouse: Ruby L. LIGHTFOOT-122330.

Bentley Edward TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Barbara Jean HERBECK-144567.

Benton TEMPLE84152 was born on 21 February 1835 in Withamsville, Clermont, OH.465,16287,45031 He appeared in the census in October 1850 in Ohio Twp., Clermont, OH.16287 He died on 21 June 1856 at the age of 21 in Amelia, Clermont, OH.84153 Buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Amelia, OH. Parents: Nathaniel TEMPLE-4477 and Mary (Polly) BRADBURY-4555.

Benton TEMPLE was born in 1837 in OH.35616,43273 He appeared in the census in November 1850 in Union Twp., Clermont, OH.35616 In September 1860 he was a farmer in Preston, Richland, IL.43273 Benton served in the military between 1861 and 1865.84154 Served in the Fifth Ohio Battery.

He was recruited by authority of General Fremont, then in command in Missouri. On the twenty-second of September, 1861, the organization was effected, and on the eleventh of October it was ordered to Jefferson City. Before the arrival there, General Fremont was removed from his command, and a long period elapsed before sufficient arms and equipments could be procured to fit the regiment for service. March 7, 1862, the battery shipped on a steamer, proceeded to Savannah, Tennessee, and thence to Pittsburgh Landing. On the fifth of April it joined the command of General Prentiss, encamped not far from Shiloh church. In the engagement the next day, it lost in this, its first battle, one man killed, twenty wounded, two pieces, four caissons, sixty-five horses, and all camp and garrison equipage. General Grant now organized a force to move down into Mississippi by land, to operate against Vicksburg; and in a few days, the entire army at Corinth, except a garrison for the place, moved westward, the sixth division stopping for the time at Grand Junction, Tennessee.

On the eleventh of November, Lieutenant Burton, who was wounded at the battle of Pittsburgh Landing, and since his recovery had been with his lately recruited men watching Kirby Smith's movements near Cincinnati, joined and took command of the Fifth at Grand Junction. The next day it started with the rest of General Grant's army southward into Mississippi, and reached Holly Springs on the twenty-ninth. On the twelfth of December, the battery went into camp at Yocana creek, eleven miles south of Oxford, which was the turning point of its march, though the cavalry went some distance farther. The surrender at Holly Springs, and the consequent loss of stores, put the men at once on three-quarter, and soon on half rations. January 5, 1863, the division marched to Holly Springs and remained up to the tenth, forming the rear-guard of the army. During the entire march, going south and returning, the destruction by fire was immense; and the climax was reached the night before the last troops left Holly Springs by the burning of more than half the town. On the seventeenth of May orders came to embark for Vicksburg. The two months of previous inaction had put the battery in the best possible condition. On the passage down the river, the fleet of transports was fired into by guerillas, and a number of soldiers were killed and wounded. In retaliation, the troops landed and burned the village of Greenville. On the first of June the battery took position before Vicksburg in the siege proper, and was not again off duty till the end of the siege. On the morning of July 4th, two hours after the surrender, the battery started in pursuit of Johnston. The first day's march was the most intensely hot, dusty, and exhausting the men had probably ever experienced, though they travelled only ten miles. The expedition was under General Sherman, and consisted of the Thirteenth, of which the Fourth battery was then part, the Fifteenth and the Ninth army corps. Jackson was reached on the eleventh. The morning of July 17th found the city evacuated by the rebels, and it was at once occupied by our troops, who pursued Johnston no further. Nearly all the large buildings in the place had been burned at its former occupation, and the work was now completed. Four days afterward the march back to Vicksburg began, and ended on the twenty-fourth, without notable incident. The battery was now ordered to Helena, Arkansas, and, arriving there, started September 13th, with other troops, with the intention of capturing and occupying Little Rock. Before starting, and on the way, there was much sickness; at one time there were but two well men in the entire command. A period of rest now occurred, during which the battery reached its proper standard by the arrival of recruits from Ohio. It formed a part of the army of occupation of Arkansas, and of the garrison of Little Rock for the remainder of its term of service. On the twentieth of September, those of the original command who were left, excepting fifteen who had re-enlisted, were mustered out and returned home. The battery was then remustered into service, and recruits gave it nearly its original strength. July 31, 1865, the war being over, the battery finally ceased to exist.
Second Lieutenant Alexander Temple
Of that unit:
Died.--Sergeants George Grigg; Corporal Jacob W. Anderson; Privates George W. Burkey, Alonzo Bartlett, Daniel J. Brink, Samuel Brink, Abner Bone, Joshua H. Bye, Henry Blackman, Henry Call, John Davis, David H. Dobbins, William Engle, Jacob Eyrlitt, Howell H. Howells, Howell D. Howells, Hopkin Hopkins, Matthew J. Johston, George Jacobs, Joseph J. Lake, Joseph P. Marsh, William McCutlum, Alexander McDonald, William Milar, George W. Pross, Irvin Reed, John Somlynn, Nicholas Stumpf, John Sheldon, Lorenzo Stevens, Benton Temple 6277, Jacob W. Wagner, John Windorff, Henry G. Ganckler.
He died on 1 September 1863 at the age of 26 in De Vall's Bluff, Prairie, AR.84153,84154,84155 Find-A-Grave gave 21 Jun 1856, for reasons unknown without a cited source. Died of typhoid fever in the general hospital at what was then known as Duvall's Bluff, AR. Buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Amelia, OH. Parents: Dependence TEMPLE-4551 and Eliza Jane (Eliza) HIGHLANDS-24760.

Benton A. TEMPLE was born on 10 June 1863 in Wells Co., IN.31827,31828,31830,38505,84156,84157,84158 He appeared in the census in June 1870 in Bluffton, Wells, IN.31830 In June 1880 he was a laborer in Bluffton, Wells, IN.31828 Benton appeared in the census in June 1880 in Hendricks Co., IN.84158 He enumerated in the Indiana House of Refuge in June 1880 in Hendricks Co., IN.84158 Enumerated twice. Between 1891 and 1896 he was a laborer in Toledo, Lucas, OH.44464,44465,44466,44467,44468,44469 In June 1900 Benton was a day laborer in Toledo, Lucas, OH.31827 Enumerated living with his mother. He died on 19 March 1914 at the age of 50 in Bluffton, Wells, IN.84156,84157,84159 Died from cancer on the right side of his face. Buried in Rockford Cemetery, Rockford, IN. He has reference number RLT # (None).2023 Although his mother's birthplace was given as OH by her in 1900 when he was enumerated with her, he gave his mother's birthplace as England. Unmarried. Parents: Sylvester TEMPLE(S)-42589 and Ann ELLINGHAM-43991.

Berdie TEMPLE was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Porter PALMER-174335. Berdie TEMPLE and Porter PALMER were married in July 1907 in Grayson Co., TX.63017 License only, dated 2 Jul 1907, so the marriage may not have taken place.

Berdie Silvester TEMPLE84160 was born on 8 February 1881 in Pasquotank Co., NC. She died on 12 September 1882 at the age of 1 in Pasquotank Co., NC.84161 Buried in Temple-Davis Gravesite, Elizabeth City, NC. Middle initial was G on her grave marker. Parents: Dr. Wilson Spence (Wilson) TEMPLE-5350 and Susan Courtney MC PHERSON-21461.

Berend TEMPLE was born (date unknown). He may have anglicized his name and gone by Benjamin, if he is the same person enumerated in Shannon, Carroll, IL in 1870.

Spouse: Geerdina TREI-143662. Geerdina TREI and Berend TEMPLE were married on 7 January 1869 in Stephenson Co., IL.84162

Berl TEMPLE was born in 1860 in TN.84163 In January 1920 he was a farmer in Greene Co., TN.84163 His parents were both from TN.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-136243. UNKNOWN and Berl TEMPLE were married about 1880 in TN. Children were: Margaret TEMPLE-136244.

Berl Alton TEMPLE was born on 5 January 1891 in Fairfield, Lenawee, MI.1289,54728,84164 He served in the military between 1917 and 1918.54728,84165,84166 Served in the Army as a private in Company H, 147th Infantry, 37th Division, US National Guard. He departed Newport News aboard the Pocahontas with his unit on 22 Jun 1918. The unit saw considerable action and heavy casualties.

The 147th Infantry Regiment was officially formed 25 Oct 1917. The Ohio 1st Infantry Regiment, from the Toledo area of northwestern Ohio, united with Ohio's 6th Infantry Regiment and parts of Companies D, F, H, K, L, and M from the 5th Ohio Infantry to form the 147th Infantry Regiment. The War Department then assigned the 147th Infantry to the 37th Division.
The 147th Infantry was placed with the 74th Infantry Brigade in the 3rd Training Area. The 147th underwent intensive training until the latter part of July, when High Command ordered them to the Baccarat Sector.
The 147th Infantry, following a lengthy and intensive training in the Bourmont area, which ended in July 1918, relieved an infantry regiment of the United States 77th Division in the Baccarat sector of the Vosges Mountains of eastern France on 2 August 1918. This sector extended 15 Km. from the Forest deu-Elieux on the north to the southern edge of the Bois-des-Petres on the south. The sector, while not considered active, was such that all times it had to be held securely. Training in this area continued with the combined help of the French VI Army Corps of the VII French Army.
At Baccarat, the troops received their first training under actual combat fire. Through continually under observation, the men trained unceasingly. Airplane attacks were numerous, 2 being heavy, in which damage resulted. The 147th completed a successful gas attack, destroying with the help of allied airplanes, ammunition dumps at Marcy and Blamount. This action evened the score with the Germans for the bombings the regiment was forced to endured. The 147th Infantry remained in the front lines until 14 September 1918, when the 14th French Division relieved them. The rest of the 37th Division took over the cold, stinking, and muddy trenches in the Baccarat sector on 4 August.
Not a long time after, the 37th Division staged two patrol raids which were very daring. The men penetrated the German lines for over a kilometer, each time returning with prisoners, without loss of a single man. They were so aggressive with night patrols that always, after occupation of the sector, virtually controlled "No-Man's-Land." General Duport was in command of the French artillery which supported the troops in this sector and personally commended the division after it was relieved 16 September 1918.
The 37th Division also fought in the Meuse-Argonne, St. Mihiel, and Ypres & Lys, Belgium battles.
The history of the unit is well documented in Tom McLeod's book, "Always Ready: The Story of the United States 147th Infantry Regiment."

His service number was 1738567. He lived in Owosso, Shiawassee, MI before 1917.84165 In 1917 Berl was a farmer in East Worcester, Otsego, NY.84164 He died on 21 October 1918 at the age of 27 in Toul, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France.54724,54728,84167,84168 Died of broncho-pneumonia due to a gas attack. Originally buried in Grave # 569 in the American Cemetery, Toul, France. Disinterred and reburied 5 Mar 1921 in Grave 572, Plot A, Row 5 of the same cemetery. He has a cenotaph in Oakhill Cemetery, Ososso, MI. Parents: George Othniel TEMPLE-664 and Rose Belle MAGEE-706.

Bernadet TEMPLE died on 3 January 1948 in Chicago, Cook, IL.84169 Temple may not have been her maiden name.

Bernadette Marie TEMPLE was born on 3 October 1947 in Marlborough, Middlesex, MA.685 She died on 30 October 1947 at the age of 0 in Westborough, Worcester, MA.685 Buried in St. Luke's Cemetery, Worcester, MA. Parents: Sidney C.R. TEMPLE-36455 and Bernadine M. CAREY-36975.

Bernadette Veronica TEMPLE84170 was born on 27 August 1934. She died on 14 October 2014 at the age of 80 in Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA. Temple may not be her maiden name.

Bernadette Vivian TEMPLE was born on 12 April 1922 in Fulda, Murray, MN.40415,68426,69677,84171 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Cormorant, Becker, MN.68426 She appeared in the census in April 1940 in Cuba, Becker, MN.68427 Bernadette lived 525 San Fernanfo Road in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA in 1946.84172 In 1946 she was a telephone operator in Los Angeles Co., CA.84172 She lived in Yorba Linda, Orange, CA in 1988.31686 Bernadette died on 19 June 2002 at the age of 80 in Moorhead, Clay, MN.84173,84174 Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Lake Park, MN. Parents: Frank TEMPLE-45768 and Elizabeth Marie RIENIETS-45769.

Spouse: Vincent RUDOLPH-45787. Bernadette Vivian TEMPLE and Vincent RUDOLPH were married before February 1966.40415,68427,69677 In her divorce from Vincent Rudolph, she gave their marriage date as 1942, but her marriage to Vern Tyson was her first marriage. They40415,68427,69677 were divorced in April 1971 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.69677

Spouse: Vern Leroy TYSON-95935. Bernadette Vivian TEMPLE and Vern Leroy TYSON were married on 25 March 1946 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.84172

Spouse: HANSON-103027. Bernadette Vivian TEMPLE and HANSON were married before November 1951.40415

Bernadine Blanche TEMPLE55265 was born on 4 November 1912 in Arroll, Texas, MO.23,39817,39819,84175 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Date Twp., Texas, MO.39817 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Date Twp., Texas, MO.84175 Enumerated with her grandparents. Bernadine appeared in the census in April 1940 in Manhattan, Riley, KS.39819 Enumerated living with her mother. Marital status code indicated she was separated or getting a divorce. She died on 22 March 1984 at the age of 71.23,84176 A secondary source gave 24 Apr 1984, but this could not be proved. Buried in Sunset Cemetery, Manhattan, KS. Given also in places as Berna Dean Temple. Parents: Charles Monroe TEMPLE-567 and Glenna Belle HALEY-38459.

Spouse: Walter Frank MARSH-86609. Bernadine Blanche TEMPLE and Walter Frank MARSH were married about April 1940 in Manhattan, Riley, KS.55265 They took out their license on or shortly before 31 Aug. The place of marriage was the bride's hometown, but this requires proof. They55265 were divorced before 1944.

Spouse: Clyde N. UNDERWOOD-129139. Bernadine Blanche TEMPLE and Clyde N. UNDERWOOD were married on 18 March 1944 in Chanute Field, Rantool, Champaign, IL.84177 A newspaper article gave the story of his taking time from his active Navy duty commitments, stationed at Norfolk, VA, gathering his and her family members en route to Chanute Field where they married. And nowhere was a date mentioned, other than the publication date of the newspaper, 16 Mar 1944. They were to marry in the hom of Underwood's sister and her husband, Major and Mrs. Darrell Buckmaster.

Bernadine Edna (Bernie) TEMPLE67526 was born in 1933 in Northfield, Rice, MN.74826 She appeared in the census in April 1940 in Northfield, Rice, MN.74826 She lived in Northfield, Rice, MN in 2014.55286 Parents: Harold Patterson (Harold) TEMPLE-21266 and Edna Nina (Edna) SQUIER-21270.

Spouse: Hilbert Norman (Bert) REESE-70887. Bernadine Edna (Bernie) TEMPLE and Hilbert Norman (Bert) REESE were married on 22 June 1957 in Rice Co., MN.67527

Bernard TEMPLE (private).2560 Parents: Millard Lawrence TEMPLE-49033 and Etta O. -87589.

Spouse: Louise -87596.

In 1915 Bernard TEMPLE was an embalmer in Dayton, Montgomery, OH.84178 Possibly the father of Bernard Temple, b 1916, who d 1984 in Paulding, OH.

Bernard TEMPLE19218 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: UNKNOWN-178493. UNKNOWN and Bernard TEMPLE were married before 1861. Children were: Elizabeth TEMPLE-178482.

Bernard TEMPLE was born (date unknown).

Spouse: UNKNOWN-183012. UNKNOWN and Bernard TEMPLE were married before 1927. Children were: John TEMPLE-183013.

Bernard TEMPLE was born in 1820 in Germany.84179 In September 1850 he was a laborer in Melrose, Clark, IL.84179

Bernard TEMPLE was born in 1842 in Prussia.339 He immigrated between 1870 and 1873.339 He was ill with malaria in 1880 in Harrison, Hudson, NJ.339 In June 1880 Bernard was a tanner in Harrison, Hudson, NJ.339 He appeared in the census in 1885 in Harrison, Hudson, NJ.340 Enumerated in 1885 using germanic spelling.

Spouse: Amelia -135649. Amelia and Bernard TEMPLE were married before 1870 in Prussia.339 Children were: Anna TEMPLE-135650, Eda A. (Ida) TEMPLE-135651, Arestina TEMPLE-135653, Minna (Minnie) TEMPLE-135654, Augusta L. (Gussie) TEMPLE-135652, Franz (Frank) TEMPLE-135655, Matilda TEMPLE-135656, Margaretta B. (Maggie) TEMPLE-135945.

Bernard TEMPLE was born in November 1894 in Germany.84180 In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Lynn Twp., Lincoln, SD.84180 He has reference number RLT # F.12103

Bernard TEMPLE was born on 4 March 1910.84181 He lived in PA before 1951.84181 He died in February 1985 at the age of 74 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.84181,84182 Buried in Northwood Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA.

Spouse: Edith O. -136427. Edith O. and Bernard TEMPLE were married.

Bernard TEMPLE75395 was born on 16 September 1941 in New Orleans, Orleans, LA.84183 He died on 13 December 1962 at the age of 21 in New Orleans, Orleans, LA.4697,84183 Buried in Temple Cemetery, Amite, LA. Parents: Stanley TEMPLE Sr.-183568 and Cora WHEELER-183569.

Bernard A. TEMPLE (private).45292

Spouse: Monique S. HOWELL-144569.

Bernard A. TEMPLE was born on 5 October 1892 in Poland.1850,23640,62948,84184 In the censuses, he claimed Poland, but in his WWII draft registration, he gave Leeds, England. He immigrated in 1903.23640,62948 Gave 1900 in 1920. He was naturalized in 1917.23640 In January 1920 Bernard was a housekeeper in Queens, Queens, NY.23640 In April 1930 he was a dyer in Bronx, Bronx, NY.62948 In 1942 he was a self employed in Bronx, Bronx, NY.1850 Bernard lived in NY in 1951.84184 He died on 18 July 1990 at the age of 97 in Far Rockaway, Queens, NY.84184,84185 Buried in Montefiore Cemetery, Springfield Gardens, NY.

Spouse: Edyth -153712. Edyth and Bernard A. TEMPLE were married before 1942.

Spouse: Ida PALEY-135885. Ida PALEY and Bernard A. TEMPLE were married in 1916 in NY.62948 Children were: Phyllis Jean TEMPLE-135888, Lucille Pearl TEMPLE-137928.

Bernard Beeler TEMPLE12842 was born on 2 June 1908 in North Platte, Lincoln, NE.12844,12845,12847,84186,84187 Age seemed to be 1 yr10m in May 1910. He appeared in the census in May 1910 in North Platte, Lincoln, NE.12845 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in North Platte, Lincoln, NE.12844 Bernard lived in Bellflower, Los Angeles, CA on 1 April 1935.84186 In April 1940 he was a railway bus driver in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.84186 In October 1940 he was an employee of the Los Angeles Railway in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.12847 Bernard lived 7311 South Stanford Avenue in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA in October 1940.12847 He served in the military between 1941 and 1945.1006,12847,76870,84188 Dates approximate. Drafted in the Army of the US on 7 Mar 1941 in Los Angeles, CA as a private. At the time of his marriage to Irma Tausch, he was an Army photographer. Dates and units of assignment unknown, but he became a staff sergeant. He was discharged 15 Sep 1945. Service # 39229172. In March 1941 he was a semiskilled chauffeur or driver of a bus, taxi, truck or tractor.84188 Bernard died in 1978 at the age of 70 in Eugene, Lane, OR.84189 Buried in Rest-Haven Memorial Park, Eugene, OR. His name was illegible in 1910, but appeared to be Barnett. Parents: Charles Francis (Charles) TEMPLE-79249 and Jennie Grace (Jennie) BEELER-79255.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-85964. UNKNOWN and Bernard Beeler TEMPLE were married before 1940. They were divorced before 1940.84186

Spouse: Irma Madaline TAUSCH-96039. Irma Madaline TAUSCH and Bernard Beeler TEMPLE were married on 19 June 1943 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.76870

Bernard Cleon TEMPLE8684 was born on 18 February 1904 in Jordan Twp., Lycoming, PA.22843,53247,74869,84190,84191 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Jordan Twp., Lycoming, PA.22843 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Muncy Creek Twp., Muncy, Lycoming, PA.53247 Enumerated with his sister Virginia's family. Bernard lived in Lycoming Co., PA on 1 April 1935.74869 In April 1940 he was a school bus driver and farmer in Pine Twp., Millville, Columbia, PA.74869 In February 1942 he was a farmer in Millville, Columbia, PA.84191 Bernard died on 25 February 2001 at the age of 97 in Millville, Columbia, PA.84190,84192 Buried in Salem Cemetery, Unityville, PA. Parents: William Henry (William) TEMPLE-22917 and Ida Elizabeth (Ida) CLARK-22935.

Spouse: Leota Grace (Leota) STACKHOUSE-22944. Leota Grace (Leota) STACKHOUSE and Bernard Cleon TEMPLE were married on 22 April 1936.8686 Children were: Ronald Gene (Ronnie) TEMPLE-28506, Rita Jane TEMPLE-28507.

Bernard Edwin TEMPLE (private).24735 Parents: Dr. Roger Cheney TEMPLE-3324 and Jean Frances COOMBS-3403.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-75785.

Bernard Elmer (Bernard) TEMPLE62042 was born on 25 November 1922 in Lincoln, Lancaster, NE.148,62041,62585,75204,84193,84194 Gave his age as 45 in his marriage papers in 1962. He appeared in the census in April 1930 in West Lincoln, Lancaster, NE.62041 He served in the military between 1942 and 1945.84195 Enlisted in the Navy as an Able Seaman 20 Dec 1941 in St. Louis, MO. Other enlistment papers said he enlisted in Moverly, MO. Received on board the USS President Adams (AP 38) out of San Diego, CA, 14 Mar 1942. Received aboard the USS Formalhaut (AK22) from the USS President Adams 9 Oct 1942 at sea, at point White Poppy. Changed rating to S1C on 1 Jan 1943. As Cox (LC), received aboard the USS Rockwall (APA230) at its commissioning on 14 Jan 1945, having come from NAS Astoria, OR. Transferred to USS Orvette (IX157) for duty with the boat pool on 7 Oct 1945. He may have served into 1947, possibly appearing in the muster of 22 Sep 1947 for the USS General G.M. Randall. Service # 337-77-04. Bernard died on 19 September 1996 at the age of 73 in Orange, Orange, CA.148,84196 Buried in Loma Vista Memorial Park, Fullerton, CA, Plot: West Lawn #5. Given name in Navy muster rolls was Benard in several reports. Given in his sister Helen's obituary as Bernard. Parents: Lewis TEMPLE-96253 and Grace Odessa (Grace) O'NEAL-96255.

Spouse: Helen G. OSBORNE-96262. Helen G. OSBORNE and Bernard Elmer (Bernard) TEMPLE were married in 1955.62585 They62585 were divorced in March 1974 in Orange Co., CA.62585

Spouse: Irene O. STEEL-96259. Irene O. STEEL and Bernard Elmer (Bernard) TEMPLE were married on 19 March 1962 in Santa Clara Co., CA.75204

Spouse: Maria Gudelia GUILLEN-96260. Maria Gudelia GUILLEN and Bernard Elmer (Bernard) TEMPLE were married on 23 November 1974 in Orange Co., CA.7584

Bernard Evans/Herky TEMPLE Sr.9095 was born on 11 November 1916 in Beaver Co., PA.9015,9098,61508,61509,82293,84197 SSDI gave 11 Nov 1916, but he claimed 10 Nov 1914 when he registered for the WWII draft. He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Hopewell, Beaver, PA.9098 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Batavia, Kane, IL.82293 Enumerated as a student in the Mooseheart School and Home. In April 1940 Bernard was a building supply company laborer in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA.61508 He served in the military between 1941 and 1945.61509,84198 Drafted in the Army of the US on 4 Nov 1941 in San Francisco, CA, as a private. His draft registration was annotated, "9/3/45 CoS AR 615-365 RR 1-1 (Demobilization)." Army Regulation 615-365 RR 1-1 Demobilization was the governing directive for getting out of the Army after the war, so it is clear that he had some active duty status which apparently terminated on 3 Sep 1945. Service # 39014012. He died on 22 January 1972 at the age of 55 in Santa Clara, Santa Clara, CA.148,84197,84199 Buried Oak Hill Memorial Park, San Jose, CA. Rise of the Temples gives his middle name as Evans, However, when his son Bernard married Sharon Nolan, both he and his father were given the middle name of Herky. The children shown probably reflect different marriages, instead of being the children of Ruth Nieder. Parents: Alonzo Watkins (Alonzo) TEMPLE-3065 and Ella Valentine (Vallie) ANDERSON-3157.

Spouse: Ruth Margaret (Ruth) NIEDER-23525. Ruth Margaret (Ruth) NIEDER and Bernard Evans/Herky TEMPLE Sr. were married about 1937 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA.4641 Children were: Bernard Evans/Herky TEMPLE Jr.-28418, Robert Von TEMPEL-99212.

Spouse: Mae -28419. Mae and Bernard Evans/Herky TEMPLE Sr. were married. Children were: Anna Belle TEMPLE-28421.

Spouse: Irene -28424.

Bernard Evans/Herky TEMPLE Jr.4641 was born on 2 November 1937 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA.140,60906,61508 SSDI gave his correct death date, but made his birth in 1937, whereas his obituary made his birth in 1928. He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA.61508 He convicted of burglary and larceny on 23 May 1957 in PA.84200 Sentenced to 1 to 2 years, he was paroled 6 Jun 1958. Bernard convicted of larceny on 6 June 1958.84201 Sentenced to 6 to 12 months. Released on order of the court 5 Dec 1958. He lived 4709 Mossfield Street in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA in 1959.48967 He convicted of V.M.V.C. on 7 June 1960.84202 Sentenced to 3-6 months, he was released on order of the court on 6 Sep 1960. Bernard convicted of attempted burglary on 11 January 1961.84203 Sentenced to 11 to 23 months. He was paroled on 1 Nov 1961. He lived 93 Kendale Avenue in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA in 1968.61676 He died on 18 May 2010 at the age of 72 in Elliott, Allegheny, PA.140,60906 Three marriages but no issue. SSDI gave his middle initial as E, and this agrees with one set of marriage records, but a different marriage gave him and his father the middle name Herky. Both sets of marriage papers list the same father and mother (Ruth Nieder), so it is not possible there were two different people. In his obituary, his brothers were surnamed Tempel and Mutzig, and his son was surnamed Tomachesky. Parents: Bernard Evans/Herky TEMPLE Sr.-3159 and Ruth Margaret (Ruth) NIEDER-23525.

Spouse: Elizabeth Agnes RIETHER-99164. Elizabeth Agnes RIETHER and Bernard Evans/Herky TEMPLE Jr. were married on 14 February 1959 in Frederick Co., VA.48967 They48967 were divorced before December 1960.

Spouse: Sharon June NOLAN-99221.

Spouse: Donna NAUGHTON-99215. Children were: Maxine TEMPLE-99216, Jean TEMPLE-99217, Edward TOMACHESKY-99218.

Bernard Harold TEMPLE was born on 26 February 1921 in Sardinia, Brown, OH.46721,46723,84204,84205 His death certificate gave Dec, but the SSDI gave Feb. Since he supplied the info on the SSDI, I chose it. He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Norwood, Hamilton, OH.46723 In April 1940 he was a farm laborer in Washington Twp., Brown, OH.84205 Enumerated living with his grandfather, Lewis Temple. Bernard served in the military between 1942 and 1945.84204,84206,84207 Served in the Marine Corps as a Corporal, and was wounded in World War II. At the time of his wounding in1 945, he was assigned to Company B, 1st Battalion, 22nd Marines, 6th Marine Division, but the location was unidentified. His death certificate said he was in the Army. Service # 467269. He lived in OH before 1950.84208 He died on 13 July 2000 at the age of 79 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, OH.84204,84208 Unmarried. Parents: John Delbert TEMPLE-46435 and Mabel F. JACOBS-46437.

Bernard Ivan TEMPLE51403 was born on 8 February 1910 in Sedgwick Co., KS.148,48395,51402,51403,57712,84209 Gave his age as 8 in 1920. He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Eagle Twp., Sedgwick, KS.48395 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Liberty, Montgomery, KS.57712 In April 1930 Bernard was a reformatory gardener in Amador Co., CA.84209 He inmate in Preston School of Industry in April 1930 in Amador Co., CA.84209 He lived in Sacramento, Sacramento, CA on 1 April 1935.51402 In April 1940 Bernard was a wholesale auto parts salesman in Houston, Harris, TX.51402 In October 1940 he was an employee of Grant and Grant in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.51403 He died on 15 February 1943 at the age of 33 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.148,84210 Cause of death not fount. Buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, CA, Kindly Light, Map B13, Lot 131, Space 1. His parents were from US (father) and MO (mother). Parents: James Thomas TEMPLE-23901 and Grace E. MC QUAREY-48511.

Spouse: Lucille Pauline LAMKIN-85975. Lucille Pauline LAMKIN and Bernard Ivan TEMPLE were married in 1929 in CA.26884 Children were: Ethel C. TEMPLE-85976.

Bernard James TEMPLE (private).23 Parents: Edgar Horace (Edgar) TEMPLE-25590 and Laura Marguerite RAMSEY-25600.

Bernard James TEMPLE was born on 6 February 1898 in Ireland.84211 In 1918 he was a cafe worker for E.I. DuPont Company in New York City, New York, NY.84211 He lived in Manhattan, New York, NY in 1918.84212 He was given as the next of kin of John Joseph Temple in 1918, and could be a cousin, sibling or his father. Parents: Patrick TEMPLE-153016 and UNKNOWN-153017.

Bernard Joel TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Alice Mary FLETCHER-147660. Children were: Captain Denis TEMPLE-147658.

Bernard Juvan TEMPLE (private). Parents: Alvin TEMPLE-183571 and Alma ROBINSON-183581.

Bernard Lee TEMPLE was born on 2 June 1908.84213,84214 He lived in CA before 1951.84214 He died on 28 August 1977 at the age of 69 in Eugene, Lane, OR.84214