|Earnest Mitchell TEMPLE died on 24 May 1919 in Brazoria Co., TX.91818|
Earnest P. TEMPLE was born on 2 April 1881.91819 He died on 19 February 1883 at the age of 1 in Crestline, Cherokee, KS.91819 Buried in Mound Cemetery, Crestline, KS. Parents: James William TEMPLE-42293 and Mary A. -51372.
Earnest Ray TEMPLE (private).20517
Spouse: Sheryl K. BURROW-160640.
Spouse: Cathy D. O'DELL-160641.
Spouse: Schell M. -163992.
Spouse: Antoinette -160642.
Earnest T. TEMPLE was born in 1894 in MD.712 In January 1920 he was an inspector in Washington, DC.712 His parents were from US (father) and VA (mother).
Earnest Thurman (Ernest) TEMPLE91820 was born on 8 June 1873 in Plain City, Madison, OH.13742,13744,13747,73532,73534,73535,73536,73537,91821 Gave 1884 in 1930. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Monroe, Madison, OH.13747 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Jefferson Twp., Madison, OH.13744 In September 1901 Earnest was a clerk in Columbus, Franklin, OH.13742 In April 1910 he was a grocery merhcant in Columbus, Franklin, OH.73536 He lived in Columbus, Franklin, OH in 1911. In January 1920 Earnest was a grocery meat cutter in Columbus, Franklin, OH.73534 In April 1930 he was a grocery meat cutter in Columbus, Franklin, OH.73535 In April 1940 he was a meat store butcher in Columbus, Franklin, OH.73537 Earnest died in 1950 at the age of 77 in Galloway, Franklin, OH. Buried in Sunset Cemetery, Galloway, OH. His parents were both from OH. Parents: William Harvey (William) TEMPLE-43783 and Nancy Jane (Nancy) BEVARD-60039.
Spouse: Edith May SMITH-60042. Edith May SMITH and Earnest Thurman (Ernest) TEMPLE were married on 22 September 1901 in Columbus, Franklin, OH.13742,73535,73536 Children were: Bayard Creighton TEMPLE-60043, Edith Ruby TEMPLE-60044, TEMPLE-92959.
Easter TEMPLE68585 was born (date unknown).
Easter TEMPLE was born in 1843 in Ireland.91822 In June 1865 she was a servant in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.91822
Easter A. TEMPLE12979 was born in February 1852 in Hardin Co., TN.46050,76812,81263,91823 Gave her age as 16 in 1880. She appeared in the census in September 1860 in Blue Mountain Twp., Izard, AR.76812 She appeared in the census in August 1870 in Titus Co., TX.46050 Easter appeared in the census in June 1880 in Titus Co., TX.81263 Enumerated with her brothers Josiah/Joseph and Allen. She died. Appears in 1860 and 1880 as Easter, and elsewhere as Esther. Parents: Reverend John Wesley TEMPLE-26338 and Mary C. (Molly) TANNER-26347.
Easter E. TEMPLE was born on 4 April 1920.91824 She died on 31 July 1983 at the age of 63 in NY.91824 Buried in Saint Joseph's Cemetery, Middletown, NY. Temple may not be her maiden name.
Eavlyle Myrtle TEMPLE91825 was born on 13 March 1913 in Detroit, Somerset, ME.21790 In his WWI draft registration, Howard Whitney Temple claimed a wife and one child as his dependents. However, since she did not get enumerated in 1920, I suspect she might have died, possibly in the influenza epidemic of 1917-1918. Parents: Howard Whitney (Horseshoe) TEMPLE-3534 and Gladys Vera HUFF-16604.
Ebelle TEMPLE was born on 26 June 1881 in IA.148 She died on 20 May 1949 at the age of 67 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.148 Parents: TEMPLE-131501 and DRINKARD-131502.
Eben Morehouse (Eben) TEMPLE91826 was born on 22 October 1828 in Middlefield, Otsego, NY.7163,16793,23278,46332,46334,91827,91828 Gave the year as 1829 in 1900. In September 1850 he was a farmer in Middlefield, Otsego, NY.23278 In June 1860 he was a Farmer in Middlefield, Otsego, NY.7163 In June 1865 Eben was a farmer in Hartwick, Otsego, NY.46335,91829 He had 12 acres in Otsego Co., NY. In July 1870 he was a farmer in Hartwick, Otsego, NY.46332 In 1871 he was a Town Supervisor in Hartwick, Otsego, NY.23 In June 1880 Eben was a farmer in Hartwick, Otsego, NY.46334 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Cooperstown, Otsego, NY.91827 He appeared in the census in June 1905 in Otsego, Otsego, NY.91830 Eben appeared in the census in April 1910 in Otsego, Otsego, NY.91828 He died on 30 August 1913 at the age of 84 in Middlefield, Otsego, NY.23,46337,91831,91832 Rise of the Temples erroneously gives death year as 1892, with no male issue. He had been the victim of a beating attack and robbery the previous January and began to decline at that time. Buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Middlefield, NY. Birth date is incorrect in Rise of the Temples - more like date of marriage than birth. Enumerated as Edwin in 1900. His father's will indicates his name is from Eben Moorhouse, from whom William inherited land in Genesee and Lapeer counties, which was passed on to Eben Temple. Parents: William TEMPLE-74 and Phoebe JONES-5085.
Eben Taylor TEMPLE was born on 31 October 1886 in Waskada, Souris, Manitoba, Canada.9604,28040,36982,40016,40017 He appeared in the census in 1901 in Brenda, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.40016 He appeared in the census in July 1906 in Souris, Manitoba, Canada.40017 Eben appeared in the census in 1911 in Souris, Manitoba, Canada.28040 In 1916 he was a farmer in Souris, Manitoba, Canada.36982 He lived in Waskada, Souris, Manitoba, Canada in 1925.40020 Eben died on 5 February 1973 at the age of 86 in Waskada, Souris, Manitoba, Canada.9604,91833 Buried in Waskada Cemetery, Waskada, Southwestern, MAN. Middle initial was E in 1906. Parents: William TEMPLE-64768 and Margaret Emily HALLIDAY-64769.
Spouse: Myrtle Susan RUSHTON-64786. Myrtle Susan RUSHTON and Eben Taylor TEMPLE were married on 6 January 1915 in Elderslie, Bruce, Ontario, Canada.69818 Children were: Melvin Dean TEMPLE-92882, Amy Margaret TEMPLE-92886, Lorne Eben (Lorne) TEMPLE-92887, Ida Evelyn TEMPLE-92888, Mildred Edna TEMPLE-92890, Joyce Myrtle Kathleen TEMPLE-92891.
Ebenezer TEMPLE served in the military in 1775.91834 Served in Capt. Josiah Putnam's company of militia, Col. Jedediah Foster's Regiment, which marched April 21, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Roxbury, MA; service, 8 days.
Ebenezer TEMPLE served in the military in 1775.91834 From Wilmington, served as a Private in Capt. Timothy Walker's company of militia, Col. Green's Regiment, which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 5½ days.
Ebenezer TEMPLE served in the military in 1776.91835 Served as a private from CT in Captain Dickinson's Company 15 May, 1776, and re-enlisted in 6 January.
Ebenezer TEMPLE (private).
Ebenezer TEMPLE47088 was born on 7 May 1716 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.47088,68200 He was baptized on 8 July 1716 in Wakefield, Middlesex, MA.85151 He died about 1800 at the age of 84 in Wilmington, Middlesex, MA.47088 Ebenezer lived in Tewksbury, Middlesex, MA.34117 Parents: Richard TEMPLE-830 and Deborah PARKER-2652.
Spouse: Hephzibah JENKINS-4398. Hephzibah JENKINS and Ebenezer TEMPLE were married before 1739.47088 Children were: Hephzibah TEMPLE-4399, Ebenezer TEMPLE-4400, Benjamin TEMPLE-4401, Joel TEMPLE-23976, Phebe TEMPLE-4402.
Ebenezer TEMPLE91836 was born about 1723.91837 He died before 8 February 1748 at the age of 25.91837 Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-130 and Abigail STEARNS-437.
Ebenezer TEMPLE91838 was born on 16 September 1744 in Wilmington, Middlesex, MA.25076,83830 He was baptized on 12 December 1756 in Tewksbury, Middlesex, MA.83831 He died on 18 January 1766 at the age of 21 in Tewksbury, Middlesex, MA.83831 Died of fever. Died young or as infant. Parents: Ebenezer TEMPLE-4367 and Hephzibah JENKINS-4398.
Lieutenant Ebenezer TEMPLE36887,91839 was born on 15 March 1754 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA.7982,33882,36887,36891,79881 He served in the military about 1775.33,36891,82694,91834 Served in Revolutionary War, in Capt. Micajah Gleason's Company of Col. Nixon's (4th) Regiment (year not given). Served as a lieutenant, according to his gravestone. He lived in Amherst, Hillsborough, NH in 1776.83835 Ebenezer was elected as Selectman in 1782 in Marlborough, Cheshire, NH.91840 He appeared in the census in 1790 in Marlborough, Cheshire, NH.33,36891 Appeared with 3 m under 16, 3 females. One other free person was with them. He appeared in the census in 1800 in Marlborough, Cheshire, NH.33 Appeared with 1 male under 10; 1 10-15; 1 16-25; 1 45 and older; 1 female under 10; 2 16-25; 1 26-44; and 1 45 and older. Ebenezer died on 7 October 1805 at the age of 51 in Marlborough, Cheshire, NH.7982,33882,36887,36889,82694,91841 His death certificate was issued in 1905 as part of an apparent transcription of old records. Buried in Center (also called Meeting House or Old) Cemetery, Marlboro, NH. Gravestone is a Revolutionary War marker, "In memory of Lieut. Ebenezer Temple who died Oct. 7th 1805 in the 52 year of his age." He was a shoe maker.29517 Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-351 and Sarah PARKER-4389.
Spouse: Olive GIBBS-5806. Olive GIBBS and Lieutenant Ebenezer TEMPLE were married on 29 August 1776 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.23,33882,36887,36888,36891,36892 Children were: Anna TEMPLE-5807, William Foster (Foster) TEMPLE-5808, Patty TEMPLE-5809, Isaac TEMPLE-5810, Thomas TEMPLE-5811, Joseph TEMPLE-5812, Jesse TEMPLE-5813, Asenith TEMPLE-5814, Sophira (Sophia) TEMPLE-5815.
Ebenezer TEMPLE91842 was born before 1755 in England, United Kingdom. He immigrated between 1763 and 1775. The fact of his immigration is tenuous, as his birthplace has not been established. If he is indeed the brother of Ichabod Temple, the Baptist minister, then he had to have immigrated prior to his military service. As his military service was on the winning side of the Revolution, I assume that means he arrived in America in time to develop sentiment in favor of the Revolution. He appeared in the census in 1790 in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.91843 Ebenezer appeared in the census in 1800 in Lewiston, Androscoggin, ME.91844 He appeared in the census in 1810 in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.91845 He died before 1820 at the age of 65 in OH. Some sources indicate he moved to OH with his son John, and died there. He did not appear in OH in 1820. Mentioned in Rise of the Temples only as the father of John and the rest of their line. As John was also said to be the nephew of Reverend Ichabod Temple (also in Rise of the Temples), Ebenezer was probably the brother of Ichabod, but this remains to be proved. If true, this may point to Ebenezer's parentage (the will of Richard Temple of Bowdoinham, ME in Sep 1783 may hold the key to that identification), and it may also point to his birthplace. If indeed he is the brother of Ichabod, then he was born in England, but this too needs proof. Some sources point to Ichabod, who, with Mary Clark, were the parents of Ebenezer Temple, b 1786 in ME. He would indeed fit into that line, but there is a lot of conjecture about the whole family.
Private Ebenezer TEMPLE91846,91847 was born on 5 April 1757 in Pepperell, Middlesex, MA.23,91847,91848 Rise of the Temples lists date as 1755 in Sandisfield, MA. Some researchers give 5 Apr 1754. Some sources give his birth at Acton, as do Revolutionary War records. He "warned out" of town in September 1770 in Westford, Middlesex, MA.33,91849 He made the ward of Joseph Robbins in 1774 in MA.37430 Sally Eaton's research on Ebenezer indicates that there is no record of his releasing Joseph Robbins as his guardian, because beginning in 1775, Ebenezer was off fighting in the Revolutionary War for eight years.
Sally Eaton's research showed "that when a man died in the 1700's, his property went to his sons, not to his wife. Because children cannot manage their own financial affairs, a financial guardian is appointed for them, or if they are old enough they can choose their own guardian. This is done even when the mother is still living. If the guardians had been appointed because the mother was dead, they would have been appointed at the same time and a guardian would also have been appointed for Samuel and Ebenezer's sister, Phebe." This explains in part why Hannah Gleason was still living, yet her children all chose guardians after their father's death. Ebenezer served in the military between 1775 and 1783.33,23316,82693,91850,91851,91852,91853,91854,91855,91856,91857,91858,91859,91860,91861,91862,91863,91864 Ebenezer TEMPLE served throughout the entire Revolutionary War, from 1775 to 1783. His Revolutionary War service was credited to Acton, MA (as was his brother Samuel's) and also to CT and NY. He was a private in Timothy Walker's Co. of militia, Col. Green's Regt. from Wilmington, MA, which marched on the alarm April 19, 1775. Service 5 ½ days. Joined Continental Army in July 1775, serving three months at Roxbury in the Siege of Boston under Col. Ebenezer Learned/Larned. Beginning Feb. 1776, went to Quebec to reinforce the army for three months. Benedict Arnold had a leadership role there. July 1776, joined Capt. Joel Dickinson's Co. of Col. Samuel Elmore's Regt. for six months and re-enlisted for another six months. This was a CT Regiment sent to protect the Mohawk Valley in NY. Soldiers from NY and MA joined it there. Sent to Fort Dayton and then to Ft. Stanwix/Schuyler, NY. Early 1777, joined Col. John Lamb's 2nd New York (later Continental) Artillery Regt. Was a matross in Capt. Lt. Joseph Savage's Detachment of Capt. Robert Walker's Co. Aug. 1777, among the 750 American soldiers who successfully defended Ft. Stanwix in a 21-day siege by the British, Hessians, Loyalists and Indians. Benedict Arnold rescued the fort. This victory at Ft. Stanwix helped to set up the American win at Saratoga, a turning point in the war. Some, but not all, of Col. Lamb's troops were at Valley Forge during the now famous winter of 1777-1778, but we can find no record of Ebenezer TEMPLE having been there. He most likely remained at Ft. Stanwix through Nov. 1778. Dec. 1778 through Aug. 1781, stationed in Danbury and Bethel, CT, and at Hudson River encampments: Newburgh, New Windsor and West Point. In 1779, company attached to Genl. Huntington's Brigade, Col. Nixon's Brigade and to the 1st PA Brigade. Member of Col. John Lamb's troops stationed in and around West Point on September 25, 1780, when Benedict Arnold failed in his attempt to turn it over to the British. Oct. 1781, fought in the eight-day Siege of Yorktown as a matross in Col. John Lamb's 2nd Regt. of Artillery. Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, the last major battle of the Revolutionary War. The men of Colonel Lamb's Artillery were recognized by General George Washington for their skill in this battle. 1781-1783, TEMPLE, stationed at Burlington Barracks, NJ, and West Point, NY, continued to serve -- now under Capt. Jacob Reed -- until a treaty was signed with the British. Company re-named 10th Company of Lamb's 2nd Continental Artillery. Ebenezer TEMPLE was honorably discharged in June 1783 at West Point by General George Washington.
Much of Ebenezer's war service was in NY, and he may have lived there for awhile after the war. Ebenezer's first child (Ira born 1786-87) states in the 1850 census that he was born in NY. There is no indication that Ebenezer lived on his NY bounty land. The war was over in 1783, but the bounty land didn't come through until 1790. Many soldiers got tired of waiting for the land and sold or assigned it. There is some confusion about his bounty land because one record shows that on 9 July 1790 Major Connolly received a patent (deed) for Ebenezer's bounty land, 600 acres: Lot 26, Twp 19, which was Homer, NY. Other records show Ebenezer's warrant # 78990 was assigned to Jacob Ferris on 9 April 1791, and he then sold it to Abel Owen on 13 May 1791. In 1803 there was a lawsuit "Abel OWEN and Roderick OWEN vs. Ebenezer TEMPLE and Martin KINGSLEY," with KINGSLEY contesting the title. The OWENs won the lawsuit. It is not clear if TEMPLE's name was on the suit because he originally owned the land or whether he was actually involved in the dispute.
Pension started 4 Apr 1818. Appeared in the 1820 Pension List in Vermont. In his sworn statement on his service, applying for his pension, Ebenezer explained his service and circumstances:
"I Ebenezer Temple of Woodford in the county of Bennington and State of Vermont Testify and say that inlisted [sic] in the service of the United States in the Revolutionary War in July AD 1775 in Colonel Larned Rigement [sic] served about three months, and in Feb AD 1776 I went to Quebec to reinforce the army for three months, and served my time out. In the month of Jun 1776 I inlisted [sic] into the Continental serving for one year in Cap Dickinson Company and Col Elmore Rigement [sic] in the Massachusetts Line and before my time was out in the winter of 1777 I inlisted [sic] during the war in Capt Walkers Company of Artillery in Col Lambs Rigement [sic] in the New York Line. I was at the surrender of Cornwallis; was honorably discharged at West Point in June AD 1783. I have lost my discharge and have not seen it for many years and further testify that I am possessed of about sixty acres of mountain land which is poor, as us five had house and barn, one cow, two young cattle and six sheep - I am considerably in debt. I am so reduced in my circumstances that within the last hear have lived many weeks without bread and have suffered for provisions generally - my wife has poor health, and we are advanced in years. Under these circumstances I consider myself so reduced as to be in need of assistance from government for support."
In 1820, he again appeared in court to prove that he qualified as being in need of a pension:
"I served in the company commanded by Capt Walker in the regiment commanded by Col. Lamb of the New York line, I enlisted in the winter of 77 during the war. I served 8 months service the first year of the war and in 76 I went in the campaign to Quibeck [sic] out 3 months and in June the same year enlisted into the years service in Col. Elmor's regiment. I was in fort Stanwix during a close siege of 21 days by 700 British besides Indians and Tories who approached with their lines within 50 rods of the fort. I was also at the taking of Cornwallis and discharged by Gen Washington." He lived in Sandisfield, Berkshire, MA about 1775.23316 He issued a bounty land warrant for 100 acres on 9 April 1791.91865 Warrant issued for his service in Lamb's artillery. Ebenezer seller of land in 1793 in Bethlehem, Berkshire, MA.33,91866 He sold his Bethlehem, Berkshire Co, MA land in 1793 and bought land in Stafford, Tolland Co, CT on 8 Nov 1794 and 2 Dec 1795. He buyer of land in 1794 in Stafford, Tolland, CT.33 He purchaser of land on 12 September 1807 in Woodford, Bennington, VT.33,91867 Ebenezer was elected as town Committeeman in 1813 in Woodford, Bennington, VT.33,91868 He lived in Woodford, Bennington, VT in 1818.33,82693 He seller of land on 16 May 1820 in Woodford, Bennington, VT.33,91869 This is his last recorded sale. Ebenezer signed a will on 18 November 1840 in Woodford, Bennington, VT.33,91870 His will was recorded 26 Dec 1842. He named his daughter Rhoda TEMPLE (later EVANS) as executor. After Ebenezer’s death, his son-in-law Elijah Evans went to court stating that there was no will and asking to be appointed administrator of TEMPLE’s estate. He died on 24 November 1847 at the age of 90 in Woodford, Bennington, VT.23,32,91847,91871,91872,91873,91874 Rise of the Temples says he died in 1775, which is clearly an error, as he served continuously from 1775-1783. That leaves open the question of who died in 1775, if anyone. His son, Ira, in a pension-related deposition, swore that his father died 20 Oct 1847 in Woodford, Bennington, VT. However, in 1854, investigating what had happened to Ebenezer's pension after his death, the commissioner in the Pension Office said he had died 24 Nov 1847. A diary page from the Day Papers at the Bennington Museum Library in Bennington, VT, confirms the 24 Nov 1847 date. A supporting affidavit to Ira's application for Ebenezer's pension arrears, one Galen Cutler, who was the administrator of Ebenezer's estate, said that Ebenezer died 24 Nov 1847. Probate court handed his estate over to an administrator in Woodford, VT, in 1848. Buried in Waters Hill Cemetery, Woodford, VT. Five children were credited to Ebenezer in the pension records. They were all born before 1806, the year Ebenezer's first wife Anna died.
It is not known where Ebenezer was between 1801 when he sold his land in Stafford, Tolland, CT, and 1806, when his wife Anna died in Woodford, Bennington Co, VT. Parents: Samuel TEMPLE-843 and Hannah GLEASON-913.
Spouse: Anna -37745. Anna and Private Ebenezer TEMPLE were married about 1785.33 Date is based on the birth date of Ira, and requires proof. Children were: Ira TEMPLE-43005, Amy TEMPLE-37748, William TEMPLE-37746, Rhoda TEMPLE-37747, Anna TEMPLE-37742, Huldah TEMPLE-37744.
Ebenezer TEMPLE91875 was born on 4 March 1770 in Tewksbury, Middlesex, MA.11047,22834,34117,83831,91875 The History of Newbury, VT, gave his birthplace as Milford, NH. He moved before 1798 in Newbury, Orange, VT.26171 Said to have moved from Hillsboro, NH. In 1850 he was a farmer in Newbury, Orange, VT.22834 Ebenezer died on 21 March 1858 at the age of 88 in Newbury, Orange, VT.7598,91876 Buried in Town House Cemetery, Newbury Center, VT. He has reference number RLT # 275.33986 He shows up in the 1830 Census as the head of the household, with three sons, 10-15, 15-20, and 20-30, as well as 2 daughters 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 15-20, and 1 20-30. His wife's age is given as 50-60. Parents: Benjamin TEMPLE-4401 and Sarah SANDERS-5797.
Spouse: Rebecca GIBSON-5915. Rebecca GIBSON and Ebenezer TEMPLE were married on 11 April 1799 in Newbury, Orange, VT.7598,26171 Children were: Sarah (Sally) TEMPLE-5921, Joel TEMPLE-6208, Atha\Affa TEMPLE-6209, Christiana W. (Casta) TEMPLE-5922, Matthew G. TEMPLE-5923, Mark TEMPLE-5924, Luke TEMPLE-5925, Elizabeth (Betsey) TEMPLE-5926, John TEMPLE-5927, Rebecca TEMPLE-5928, Abigail C. (Abbie) TEMPLE-5929, Rachel G. TEMPLE-5930.
Ebenezer TEMPLE91877 was born in 1786 in ME.5537,5541,64674 Gave his age as 72 in 1856. He appeared in the census in 1820 in Ohio Twp., Clermont, OH.91878 He appeared in the census in 1840 in Ripley Co., IN.91879 Appears in the 1840 census with 2 sons between 15 and 20 years, one daughter between 5 and 10 years, one between 10 and 15 and another between 20 and 30 years. Ebenezer moved in 1840 in Rock Co., WI.91880 Among the first settlers of Rock County, WI. He the person who laid out Union Township in 1844 in Union, Rock, WI.8768 In August 1850 he was a farmer in Union, Rock, WI.5541 Ebenezer appeared in the census in 1856 in Osage, Mitchell, IA.64674 In June 1860 he was a farmer in Cedar, Mitchell, IA.5537 He died in Mitchell Co., IA. He and his family moved to Mitchell County, IA at the request of their son James, who, in 1854, had moved there and opened up a farm. They went to Mitchell County and lived with James until their deaths.
Cecilia Barger, a descendant of Edwin Rollin Temple, provided the following insight on the Temple Cemetery: "The Temple Cemetery cemetery in Mitchell county that was originally on Temple land is now called Tucker cemetery. Mercy Temple is buried there and although back in those days they did not report burials and such and no known newspaper articles are known to exist - I believe Albert, and Ebenezer Temple Jr. are buried here.
"Note - the Temple cemetery that is on the plot of land that was the Temple families from 1855-1897 was called the Temple cemetery. On the surveyors map it is indicated as so dated 1875. This would mean that the family would have actively buried those who dwelled on the land who were of the family. It wasn't until 1898 that the land was foreclosed and went to another - possibly T.E. Tucker who was a good friend of Albert Temple and had land adjacen to him. This would also indicate the name of the cemetery going under Tucker Cemetery. Most burials were not reported therefore it would not be listed in any cemetery transcription log or books done by the genealogical society. There are no actual newspaper obits for Albert or Ebenezer and Stone was most likely provided by son for Mercy." Ebenezer has reference number RLT # 25Fi.33986 The conclusion that he was the father of Albert Temple requires proof, which will be hard to come by. Ebenezer and his descendants had wanderlust, and the birthplaces of their children indicate that they moved on every couple of years or so, until the children reached Washington Territory, where they all stayed. I postulate a first wife for Ebenezer because he was married to Mary/Mercy Temple so late in life, and because it is almost certain that Albert, b 1806, was his son. See Albert for the full story of how this connection was made. Parents: Ebenezer TEMPLE-5256 and UNKNOWN-47608.
Spouse: Mary (Mercy) TEMPLE-28754. Mary (Mercy) TEMPLE and Ebenezer TEMPLE were married on 27 August 1819 in Clermont Co., OH.465,10092,91877 Children were: William E. TEMPLE-29710, James F. TEMPLE-29716, Mary TEMPLE-29711, Almira TEMPLE-46896.
Ebenezer TEMPLE52803 was born on 1 November 1805 in Gilsum, Cheshire, NH.23,7984,52803 Some sources give Waterloo, Canada. He died on 17 November 1889 at the age of 84 in Shefford, Shefford, Quebec, Canada.8555,11303,52803 Buried in Waterloo Cemetery, Waterloo, Quebec, Canada. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-5811 and Jane (Jenna) BANKS-5906.
Spouse: Lydia LEWIS-6192. Lydia LEWIS and Ebenezer TEMPLE were married on 6 June 1831 in Shefford, Shefford, Quebec, Canada.8555,8556,52803 Some sources put the place as Waterloo, Quebec, Canada, but this does not match church records. Children were: Martha Jane TEMPLE-6194, Albert Thomas TEMPLE-6195, TEMPLE-43910, Mary Sophia TEMPLE-6196, Dorcas Elvira (Elvira) TEMPLE-6197.
Spouse: Diana LEWIS-6193. Diana LEWIS and Ebenezer TEMPLE were married on 31 January 1844 in Waterloo, La Haute-Yamaska, Quebec, Canada.8555,52803 Children were: George Frederick TEMPLE-6198, Silas Lewis TEMPLE-6199, Edwin Ebenezer TEMPLE-6200, Matthew Harland (Matthew) TEMPLE-6203, Agnes Adella TEMPLE-6201, William Henry TEMPLE-6202.
Ebenezer (Eben) TEMPLE53936,53937,91881,91882 was born on 20 April 1793 in Montague, Franklin, MA.20102,53938,79352 He served in the military between 13 September 1814 and 7 November 1814 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.91883 Possibly the Ebenezer Temple who served in Captain E. Strong's Company, LtCol T. Longley's Regiment in the War of 1812. This unit served from 13 Sep to 7 Nov 1814. It was drawn from Northampton and vicinity, serving in Boston. This conclusion is based on circumstance of timing and location compared to other known Ebenezer Temples. In July 1860 he was a laborer in Northampton, Hampshire, MA.53938 Ebenezer died on 14 July 1862 at the age of 69 in Northampton, Hampshire, MA.685,91884 Buried in Bridge Street Cemetery, Northampton, MA. He has reference number RLT # 320i.13835 May be the Ebenezer Temple who was baptized at North Adams First Baptist Church 9 Dec 1827. He was noted to have moved to Montague, and later rejoined the Church on 12 Mar 1842. Parents: Moses TEMPLE-211 and Winifred CALL-1327.
Spouse: Philena LOVERIDGE-24772. Philena LOVERIDGE and Ebenezer (Eben) TEMPLE were married in 1818.16947 Filed their intention at Deerfield on 19 Sep 1818. Children were: John Winthrop (John) TEMPLE-29589, Ebenezer L. (Eben) TEMPLE-61091, Oliver P. TEMPLE-61066, Julia Emmeline TEMPLE-24773, Moses R. TEMPLE-61070, Henry D. TEMPLE-31882, Stillman R. TEMPLE-25242, Oliver TEMPLE-30675, Lena TEMPLE-50771.
Ebenezer E. TEMPLE10290 was born on 19 January 1848 in Newbury, Orange, VT.10292,10295,10298,18081,91885 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Lunenburg, Essex, VT.10292 He appeared in the census in August 1860 in Newbury, Orange, VT.10295 Before 1869 Ebenezer was a laborer in VT.91885 He died on 5 August 1869 at the age of 21 in Newbury, Orange, VT.10298,18081,91885 Died of consumption. Unmarried. Parents: Luke TEMPLE-5925 and Mary Ann (Mary) AVERY-6221.
Ebenezer Franklin (Frank) TEMPLE69699 was born on 29 May 1829 in Gilsum, Cheshire, NH.7984,17568,69699,69700,69701,69703,82056,91886 In August 1850 he was a factory operator in Gilsum, Cheshire, NH.91886 In 1856 he was a farmer in Canaan, Cerro Gordo, IA.69703 In July 1860 Ebenezer was a farmer in Mason City, Cerro Gordo, IA.91887 In June 1870 he was a farmer in Mason City, Cerro Gordo, IA.69705 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Mason City, Cerro Gordo, IA.69706 In 1885 Ebenezer was a farmer in Mason City, Cerro Gordo, IA.69707 He signed a will on 12 January 1893 in Cerro Gordo Co., IA.91888 He appeared in the census in 1895 in Mason City, Cerro Gordo, IA.69700 Ebenezer died on 10 September 1899 at the age of 70 in Mason City, Cerro Gordo, IA.7984,22752,69699,69710,91888 His will was probated on 16 Dec 1899, but his grave marker gave a death date of 10 Sep 1899. Buried in Elmwood Saint Joseph Cemetery, Mason City, IA. He has reference number RLT # 409.6101 No issue. Some indication he changed his name to Frank Edward, evidenced by his name in the Vital Records of Concord, NH, where he is Frank E. He also appears as Frank in the 1860 and 1870 censuses. Parents: Jesse TEMPLE-5813 and Betsey ELLIS-5910.
Ebenezer L. (Eben) TEMPLE was born in 1821 in MA.1404,3117,7063,7064,7065 The enumerator wrote his birthplace as MS - but he meant Massachusetts. The whole page is folks from the North, especially New England, and yet a third of them are from "MS." In this case, it makes no sense to interpret the enumerator's abbreviation as the more accepted Mississippi. In January 1850 he was a sawyer in Conneaut, Erie, PA.1404 Enumerated with him in 1850 were Oliver and Moses, both essentially his age, both with the same occupation, and both also from MA. They must be his brothers. In 1856 he was a farmer in Elk River, Clinton, IA.7065 He was a voter and a member of the militia in 1856. In July 1860 Ebenezer was a farmer in Springfield Twp., Erie, PA.7063 He served in the military between 1861 and 1865.7066 His service is attested to in the 1890 Veteran's Census, but his widow did not furnish discharge papers, nor did she know the dates of his service. She said the papers were lost. I can find no evidence of Ebenezer L. Temple in the service records of either the Union or the Confederacy. In August 1870 he was a peddler in Springfield Twp., Erie, PA.3117 Enumerated next door to Scott Temple, ae 23, either a sibling or cousin, I think. In June 1880 Ebenezer was a grocer in Foster, Mc Kean, PA.7064 He died before 1890 at the age of 69. His parents were both from MA. Parents: Ebenezer (Eben) TEMPLE-1330 and Philena LOVERIDGE-24772.
Ebenezer W. TEMPLE4546 was born about 1822 in NJ.53830,53831,53832 He appeared in the census in September 1850 in Jefferson, Morris, NJ.53830 His occupation was unintelligible, looking something like "blirmer." He appeared in the census in July 1855 in Jefferson, Morris, NJ.91889 Enumerated with 3 white males and 4 white femalse. Two of the males and one of the females were children between 5 and 16. In August 1860 Ebenezer was an iron manufacturer in Jefferson, Morris, NJ.53831 His occupation was "bloomer." In June 1870 he was a manufacturer and merchant in West Milford, Passaic, NJ.53832 He died.4546 His grave has not been found, and is not with the other Temples at Greenwood Cemetery in Boonton. He may be buried near the Temple house (where it used to be) in Jefferson, which is now owned by the City of Newark for water supply. Ebenezer has reference number RLT # U1668.23275 In both the 1860 and 1870 censuses, Ebenezer's household includes Sarah Sasey or Sosey ae 61 in 1870, and in 1870, it extends to include Amy Tuttle ae 81. Relationship is not clear. Research by Mike Mooney revealed that the Temple family owned a forge in Jefferson Township, along the river dividing Morris and Passaic counties. Some records reflect Temples from Pequannock, NJ, but they were actually from Boonton, NJ. Before Boonton became a township of its own it was part of a much larger Pequannock. Parents: Ira TEMPLE-43005 and Mary HEDLEY-46690.
Eblen TEMPLE was born in 1876 in IL.33608 She appeared in the census in June 1880 in Garden Plain, Whiteside, IL.33608 She died on 24 August 1881 at the age of 5 in East Clinton, Whiteside, IL.11065,91890 Struck by lightning. Buried in unmarked grave in Dutch Immigrant section of Fulton Township Cemetery, Fulton, IL. Parents: Hidde (Edward) TEMPLE-85354 and Cornelia FIET-85355.
Eboni Nichole TEMPLE (private).29075 Parents: Ralph Douglas TEMPLE-180055 and Paulette SHAW-180057.
Ed TEMPLE (private).13076 Parents: John Earl TEMPLE Jr.-53377 and Roberta A. BELL-64947.
Spouse: Suzie -64953.
Ed TEMPLE (private).3663 Parents: TEMPLE-125103 and UNKNOWN-125104.
Ed TEMPLE lived in Iola, Allen, KS in 1904.79470
Ed TEMPLE26871 lived in Washington Co., GA in 1917.
Ed TEMPLE died on 30 November 1939 in Falls Co., TX.91891 Another death certificate, # 71570, was issued to Ed Temple in Reagan Co., TX on the same day.
Ed TEMPLE was born in 1870. He died on 7 June 1960 at the age of 90.91892 His death certificate only said he died outside New York City.
Ed TEMPLE was born in June 1881.91893 In 1918 he was a farm laborer in Lawrenceburg, Anderson, KY.91893 In his WWI draft registration, he gave Ella Carrier as his next of kin, but did not specify their relationship. She lived in Lawrenceburg, KY as well. In the 1910 census, Ella was married to James I. Carrier. She and her parents were all from KY. She was ae 31. Someone who was apparently the same woman was married to Ezekiel Carrier in 1920.
Ed TEMPLE was born in May 1881 in NE.91894 In June 1900 he was a gold miner in Anaconda, Teller, CO.91894 Enumerated with his brother J.W. and their father. Parents: John TEMPLE-179346 and UNKNOWN-179347.
Ed TEMPLE91895 was born in 1884.91896 He died in August 1960 at the age of 76 in Sheridan, Madison, MT.91896 His funeral notice was 7 Aug 1960, so he died a couple of days earlier. Buried in Sheridan Cemetery, Sheridan, MT. Not found in 1940. In 1900, three Eds were enumerated. One, b 1884, was in Pennington, AR. Another, b 1881, was in Anaconda, CO, the closest of the three to MT. The latter was said to have been born in NE and was at the time a gold miner.
Ed TEMPLE was born in 1888 in IA.91897 He lived in Cerro Gordo Co., IA on 1 April 1935.91897 In April 1940 he was a farm laborer in Harlowton, Wheatland, MT.91897 Unmarried in 1940. He may be the Edd Temples enumerated in Walnut Twp., Wayne, IA, in 1910.
Ed TEMPLE was born on 27 July 1888.91898 He died after 29 January 1958 at the age of 69.91898
Ed TEMPLE was born in 1888.91899 He died in August 1960 at the age of 72 in Sheridan, Sheridan, WY.91899 Buried in the Sheridan Cemetery, Sheridan, WY. Whichever cemetery that was, it does not appear to be the Sheridan (aka Elks) Municipal Cemetery,as he is not found there in Find-A-Grave.
Ed TEMPLE4186 was born on 25 December 1891. He served in the military in 1918/9.4186 Enlisted 18 Jul 1918. Served as a private in Company I, 816th Pioneer Infantry. He returned from St. Nazaire aboard the USS Mercury, 24 Jun 1919. Discharged 19 Jul 1919.
Service number 3786089. Pension number XC 1302 199. He died on 24 November 1958 at the age of 66 in Shaw, Bolivar, MS. Buried in Strangers Home Cemetery, Shaw MS.
Spouse: Lillie -184438.
Ed TEMPLE was born in 1900.91900 He died on 2 August 1960 at the age of 60 in Glacier Co., MT.91900
Ed TEMPLE Jr. was born on 23 October 1905.91901 He died on 4 May 1992 at the age of 86 in Midland, Midland, TX.109,91901 SSDI gave 5 May. He held the title of Jr..
Ed TEMPLE was born in 1906 in TX.38392 In April 1940 he was a private home yard man in Midland, Midland, TX.38392 He lived in Midland, Midland, TX in 1969.4640
Spouse: Geneva GRAVES-185680. Geneva GRAVES and Ed TEMPLE were married.
Ed Chambers (Eddie) TEMPLE (private).48502 Parents: Wayne Benjamin TEMPLE-44820 and Sue Helen JOYNER-99686.
Spouse: Dru Anne DIXON-99692.