John T. TEMPLE was born in 1879 in Ferdinand, Dubois, IN.70054 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Ferdinand, Dubois, IN.70054 He died. Parents: John Chrysotuom TEMPLE-51311 and Anna SAEGER-51312.

John T. TEMPLE was born in November 1880 in Dinwiddie Co., VA.41719 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Rowanty Twp., Dinwiddie, VA.41719 He died on 11 February 1910 at the age of 29 in Norfolk City, VA.4321 Buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, 8100 Granby Street, Norfolk, VA. Parents: Thomas B. (Tom) TEMPLE-37681 and Ann Jane (Annie) ORGAIN-37682.

Spouse: Elva F. STUTZMAN-54073. Elva F. STUTZMAN and John T. TEMPLE were married about 1907. Children were: Leroy TEMPLE-54068.

John T. TEMPLE was born on 15 July 1903 in Sea Cliff, Oyster Bay, Nassau, NY.107944

John T. TEMPLE was born before 1911. He lived in Lancaster Co., NE in 1927.107945

Spouse: UNKNOWN-181976. UNKNOWN and John T. TEMPLE were married before 1927. Children were: Mildred M. TEMPLE-181977.

John T. TEMPLE54921 was born on 8 August 1917 in Evansville, Vanderburgh, IN.107946,107947 He died on 8 August 1917 at the age of 0 in Evansville, Vanderburgh, IN.107946 Stillborn. Buried in St. Joseph Cemetery, Evansville, IN. There may have been two children born and died on 8 Aug 1917. The death certificate for one gave no name, and said the male child was stillborn. The other, with the name of John Tempel, was said to be premature and to have lived 10 hours. Parents: Oscar John TEMPEL Sr.-60866 and Bertha T. MEYER-60867.

John T. TEMPLE (private).50520 Parents: John TEMPLE-88426 and Eva Delle KNOX-88427.

John T. TEMPLE (private).6328 Parents: Willie Howard (Howard) TEMPLE-125061 and Ruby Leo HENDERSON-125062.

Spouse: Dale (Gaye) GREGORY-125074. Children were: Gregory (Doc) TEMPLE-125075, Lucia Kaey TEMPLE-125076.

John T. TEMPLE (private).107948

John T. TEMPLE (private).3652

Spouse: Jennifer L. -154229.

John T. TEMPLE (private).49754

Spouse: Tabitha A. KIMBELL-163397.

Dr. John Taylor TEMPLE36827,75137,107949 was born on 3 May 1803 in "Garland Hill", Hanover, VA.75137,91066,107950 Rise of the Temples gives date as 1805. Some Temple Pedigrees gives date as 2 March 1803. Actually born at Garland Hill plantation. He graduated on 29 December 1830 in Middlebury, Castleton, VT.107951,107952 Performed the first autopsy in Chicago. He was Baptist in 1831 in Washington, DC.107953 Received by the church 3 May 1831. John moved about 1831 in Washington, DC. He held the contract for mail service from Chicago to Fort Howard, Green Bay, WI between 1833 and 1837.107954,107955 He arrived in Chicago with the contract for mail carrying. This contract provided him with a sure income that allowed him to maintain his involvement in many other aspects of Chicago life. He set up a stage line to carry the mail. On 1 Jan 1834, he extended his stage line to Ottawa. He sold the stage line 1 Apr 1837. He performed the first autopsy in Chicago about 1833 in Chicago, Cook, IL.107956 John lived in Chicago, Cook, IL on 4 July 1833.107957 Listed as the first Baptist to arrive in Chicago, except for Mrs. Rebecca Heald and Reverend Isaac Mc Coy. He the original treasurer for the Chicago Bible Society in 1835 in Chicago, Cook, IL.107958 He mainly responsible for erecting the first church in Chicago about 1835 in Chicago, Cook, IL.107959 The first church organized in Chicago, two months after the town was organized, was the First Baptist Church, on 19 Oct 1833. The building was named the Temple Building, after Dr. Temple, and stood at the corner of Franklin and South Water Streets. John converted to homeopathic medicine about 1842 in Galena, Jo Daviess, IL.45343 He was converted to this practice under the tutelage of Dr. D.S. Smith, and began a practice in Galena in 1842. Between 1857 and 1877 he was a Dean, Homeopathic Medical Facility in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.57898,107956 He founded the St. Louis School of Homeopathic Medicine, and was Dean for 20 years. In June 1860 he was a physician in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.91066 Enumerated with him was his brother. John an applicant for a passport on 27 April 1867 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.107950 He appeared in the census in July 1870 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.107960 He was enumerated with a Sallie E. Temple, ae 41, b VA, staying with him, but she does not appear to be a daughter. He died on 24 February 1877 at the age of 73 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.3731,7857,75137,107961 St. Louis Death Certificate No. 964. Place of death, 1324 Olive Street. Died of heart disease. Buried in Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis, MO. John was a Physician and Baptist Minister, College President.75137 First homeopathic physician in Chicago. He was an excavated three sections of earthwork for the Illinois and Michigan Canal.45343 He the builder of the Temple Building.107954,107962 The Temple Building was built to serve the needs of the Protestant religious services, and was the first structure for religious purposes (after Rev. Jesse Walker's missionary station at West Point) in Chicago. It was built by subscription, which John began with a$ 100. Within a few weeks, it was subscribed and built at the corner of Franklin and South Water streets. The building cost $ 900, and was a two story frame structure. It served all Protestants until the Presbyterian church was ready. John discovered copper in the Lake Superior region.45343 He was a President of the Homeopathic Medical College in St. Louis Co., MO.107949 Dr. Temple was a highly educated and accomplished gentleman who came from Washington to Chicago 4 Jul 1833 to try the invigorating air of the frontier on impaired health, according to the History of Chicago. A facsimile of his signature appears in the History of Chicago, Vol. 1, p. 468. Among his many other accomplishments, he was said to be a proficient geologist, botanist and chemist.

Enumerated as John Semple in 1860.

He apparently is the John T. Temple who married Sarah Thomson, daughter of Jesse Lewis and Rhoda (Wharton) Thomson of Bedford Co., VA. However, that marriage took place in 1852, apparently in Bedford Co., VA, and it is not clear how that is possible. However, circumstantial evidence and census information about Sarah and her sister Isabella force the conclusion that John T. Temple married Sarah in 1852, and that he was the same John Taylor Temple later found back in MO. The story is confusing, and requires some explanation, but there seems little doubt it is so. Considerable credit goes to Pete Temple of La Verne, CA, whose research helped pull this together.

Parents: Reverend John (Jack) TEMPLE-4501 and Alice TAYLOR-5302.

Spouse: Elizabeth Ann STAUGHTON-5328. Elizabeth Ann STAUGHTON and Dr. John Taylor TEMPLE were married on 7 April 1824 in College Hill, Washington, DC.8054,19215,75137,75138,75139 Name also given as Staughton in marriage license, but elsewhere appears as Stoughton. License granted in DC 6 Apr 1824. Children were: Leonora Maria TEMPLE-5329, Virginia Alice TEMPLE-9667, Martha Ann (Temple) TEMPLE-9673, Elizabeth Brown TEMPLE-5330, John Howard (Howard) TEMPLE-5333, James Staughton TEMPLE-9671, Josephine Ellen TEMPLE-5331, Donna Marcella (Marcel) TEMPLE-5332.

Spouse: Sarah Elizabeth (Sallie) THOMSON-69067. Sarah Elizabeth (Sallie) THOMSON and Dr. John Taylor TEMPLE were married on 22 June 1852 in Bedford Co., VA.14668,107949,107963 The Anderson genealogy apparently incorrectly places the marriage in St. Louis, MO.

Lieutenant John Taylor TEMPLE25367,37482,68978,83896 was born on 11 December 1840 in "Berclair", Spotsylvania, VA.68975,68976,68977,68978,107964 He appeared in the census in August 1850 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.68975 In July 1860 he was a store clerk in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, VA.68977 John served in the military between 1861 and 1865.37482,68978,83897,87746 Lieutenant in Company B, 30th Virginia Infantry, Corse's Brigade, Pickett's Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern VA, CSA. Enlisted 22 Apr 1861 as a private, Promoted to corporal on 5 Jun 1861, and sergeant 1 Nov 1861. Elected 1Lt. 1 Apr 1862. Served as the provost marshall in Walker's Division, starting 1 Sep 1862. His application for disability was denied on 8 Mar 1864. His resignations on 15 Jul 1864 and 15 Aug 1864 were likewise not approved. Entered the hospital with malaria in Richmond, VA on 12 Oct 1864 and was returned to duty on 2 Nov 1864. His final record was in a roll taken 27 Nov 1864. He appeared in the census in June 1870 in Cortland, Spotsylvania, VA.68976 He died on 30 November 1870 at the age of 29 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.37482,68978,107964,107965,107966,107967 Died of wounds and disabilities from Civil War. He was living in his father's home when he died. Buried in Fredericksburg Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg City, VA, Section 11, Grave 114. Served in Civil War.

Died unmarried. Parents: Benjamin TEMPLE-5234 and Lucy Lilly ROBINSON-5355.

John Terrence TEMPLE (private).107968 Parents: Scott Joseph TEMPLE-127208 and Rosemary Ann KIMBEL-127209.

Spouse: Kate -127220.

John Teuson TEMPLE was born on 10 December 1872 in Nothingham, Notinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.37233,37235,37236,37237,37238,37241,97522 He immigrated in 1891.37235,37237 Gave 1889 in 1920, but 1891 in 1900. He was naturalized in 1899.37235 John lived 4 Lester Street in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH in October 1899.37241 In June 1900 he was a blacksmith in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.37237 In April 1910 he was an oil refinery blacksmith in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.37238 In 1918 John was a blacksmith for Standard Oil Company in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.37233 In January 1920 he was a blacksmith in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.37235 In April 1930 he was a blacksmith in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.37236 John died on 5 July 1936 at the age of 63 in Mayfield Heights, Cuyahoga, OH.97522,107969 Buried in Acacia Masonic Memorial Park Cemetery, Mayfield Heights, OH. He has reference number RLT # F.3624 Parents: George TEMPLE-173719 and Mary TEUSON-173720.

Spouse: Christine T. (Tillie) GILLIES-135951. Christine T. (Tillie) GILLIES and John Teuson TEMPLE were married on 18 October 1899 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH.37236,37237,37238,37241 Children were: George Adelbert (George) TEMPLE-135952, Marguerite (Margaret) TEMPLE-135953.

John Thomas TEMPLE107265 cited in his brother William's will at probate on 28 March 1857 in Hampshire Co., VA.107970 Parents: Dr. John Hancock TEMPLE-28759 and Ann CRESAP-28767.

John Thomas TEMPLE was born in 1841 in Edgecombe Co., NC.943 He served in the military in 1865.943 Served in Company I, 30th Infantry Regiment of NC. He died after 1866 at the age of 25 in Edgecombe Co., NC.943 May be confused with John Wesley Temple. Parents: Drury TEMPLE-33875 and Elizabeth A. RACKLEY-51117.

Spouse: Chloe WESTRAY-51128. Chloe WESTRAY and John Thomas TEMPLE were married in 1866 in Edgecombe Co., NC.943 Children were: Robert TEMPLE-51129.

John Thomas TEMPLE24004 was born on 7 December 1858. He died on 14 January 1859 at the age of 0. Parents: James Edward (James) TEMPLE-42122 and Rebecca REID-42123.

John Thomas TEMPLE was born in April 1866 in GA.1156,1157,1158,107971,107972 Gave Apr 1867 in 1900. In June 1880 he was a farm laborer in Clay Co., GA.107971 Enumerated as an orphan working on the farm of S. B. and Fannie Mc Junkins, of no known relationship. In June 1900 he was a laborer and carpenter in Apalachicola, Franklin, FL.107972 In April 1910 John was a farmer in Hansford Mill, Calhoun, FL.1158 In January 1920 he was a dray wagoner in Blountstown, Calhoun, FL.1156 In April 1930 he was a hauling contractor in Blountstown, Calhoun, FL.1157 John died in May 1940 at the age of 74 in Marianna, Jackson, FL.107973,107974 His obituary said he was buried Saturday, 1 Jun 1940, but gave no cause of death. He died at the home of John R Porter in Marianna, FL. His relationship to Porter was not made clear in the obituary. No date was given - though the date was surely the last days of May. Buried in the New Salem Church graveyard. In 1920, he claimed his parents were both from GA. In 1930, they were both from NC. In 1910, his father was from NC, but his mother from GA. Appears without the terminal S in 1900 and 1910. He may be a grandson of Thomas and Almedia (Branan) Temples through their son John T. Temples. He may also be the son of James and Catherine (Eaton) Temple(s). Possibly the son of John T. Temples (b 1849 GA) by a first wife.

Spouse: Caroline -135054. Caroline and John Thomas TEMPLE were married in 1901.1158 Children were: Thomas Otto (Otto) TEMPLES-135055.

John Thomas TEMPLE was born on 11 November 1878 in New Orleans, Orleans, LA.54734,54736,107975,107976 In 1918 he was a pipe fitter for the DuPont Engineering Company in New Orleans, Orleans, LA.54736 He died on 21 January 1943 at the age of 64 in New Orleans, Orleans, LA.107976 Buried in Saint Joseph Cemetery #1, New Orleans, LA. Parents: Samuel TEMPLE-169846 and Mary A. FANIAN-169847.

Spouse: Catherine Clara (Clara) MAGINNIS-134963. Catherine Clara (Clara) MAGINNIS and John Thomas TEMPLE were married on 10 May 1911 in New Orleans, Orleans, LA.54734 Children were: Lillian Bridget TEMPLE-134028.

John Thomas TEMPLE was born on 9 September 1925 in Alton, Madison, IL.11149,11150,107977 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Jerome, Yavapai, AZ.11149 He lived in Maricopa Co., AZ on 1 April 1935.11150 John appeared in the census in April 1940 in Maricopa Co., AZ.11150 In September 1943 he was an employee of Goodyear Aircraft Company in Litchfield, Maricopa, AZ.107977 He lived 2125 North 25th Place in Phoenix, Maricopa, AZ in September 1943.107977 John lived in Scottsdale, Maricopa, AZ in 1964.11152 Middle initial in 1940 was T. Parents: Maurice V. TEMPLE-48210 and Hazel P. BALLARD-67937.

Spouse: Ann A. WALDRIP-107772. Ann A. WALDRIP and John Thomas TEMPLE were married on 27 May 1950 in Young, Gila, AZ.107978

John Thomas (Jack) TEMPLE9274 was born on 19 July 1919 in Detroit, Wayne, MI.9275,24752,24753,24754,107979,107980,107981 His death and marriage papers place the date in 1919, but he put it in 1918 when he registered for the draft. He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Detroit, Wayne, MI.24752 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Detroit, Wayne, MI.24753 In April 1940 John was a telephone company electrician in Detroit, Wayne, MI.24754,107981 He worked for Michigan Bell Telephone Company. He lived 15380 Holmur Street in Detroit, Wayne, MI on 16 October 1940.107981 He served in the military between 1941 and 1945.1006,107982 Dates approximate. Drafted in the Army of the US on 23 Jun 1941 at Detroit, MI as a private. Service # 36120076. John lived in Detroit, Wayne, MI in December 1945.9275 He lived in MI before 1951.107980 He lived in Lincoln Park, Wayne, MI in 1995.107980 John died on 31 March 1995 at the age of 75 in Hillsborough Co., FL.107979,107983 Buried in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Southfield, MI. Parents: Henry Leroy (Harry\Roy) TEMPLE-10880 and Nora Elizabeth (Norah) COOMEY-10887.

Spouse: Ida Jewell ANDOE-108156. Ida Jewell ANDOE and John Thomas (Jack) TEMPLE were married on 1 December 1945 in Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.9275 Children were: Diane E. TEMPLE-108157.

John Thomas (John) TEMPLE was born on 7 March 1844 in England, United Kingdom.14008,14011,14012,14013,14014,107984 He claimed England in some censuses, but his biography said New York City. He immigrated on 21 July 1851 to New York City, New York, NY.14008,14013 Arrived on the West Point from Liverpool. His biography claimed the date was 1843, thus making him native born, but this appears to be an error. He moved in 1856 in Davenport, Scott, IA.14008 John appeared in the census in July 1860 in Blue Grass, Scott, IA.14011 In 1862 he was a gardener and greenhouse operator in Davenport, Scott, IA.14008 He took over his father's business when his father died. In August 1870 he was a gardener in Davenport, Scott, IA.107985 Enumerated twice. In June 1880 John was a florist in Davenport, Scott, IA.14014 In 1885 he was a florist in Davenport, Scott, IA.107986 In 1894 he was a gardener in Davenport, Scott, IA.14008 By 1894, he had increased the size of his operation to cover 6 acres of flowers, fruit and shrubbery. In 1894 John was a director of the Florists' Hall Association.5209 He a member of the Society of American Florists executive committee in 1894.5209 In April 1910 he was a florist in Davenport, Scott, IA.107984 John died on 4 January 1913 at the age of 68 in Davenport, Scott, IA.107987,107988 Dropped dead of heart failure while attending a funeral. Buried in Pine Hill Cemetery, Davenport, IA. He was a volunteer fireman for 18 years, as part of the Fire King volunteer engine company in Davenport.

Parents: Thomas B. TEMPLE-130823 and Mary Ann BILLSBOROUGH-130822.

Spouse: Josephine A. AHREN-131023. Josephine A. AHREN and John Thomas (John) TEMPLE were married on 30 December 1868 in Davenport, Scott, IA.5209,8139

John Thomas (John) TEMPLE1173,4419,12574,45808 was born on 17 May 1856 in Sullivan Co., MO.2024,8424,8426,8427,34288,45144,45809,45810 Gave May 1854 in 1900. Gave 1855 in 1910. He appeared in the census in August 1860 in Greencastle, Sullivan, MO.8424 He appeared in the census in July 1870 in Washington, Marion, IA.8427 In June 1880 John was a farmer in Pine Grove, Jasper, MO.8426 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Garden, Cherokee, KS.2024 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Crawford Twp., Cherokee, KS.45810 In January 1920 John was a farmer in Carl Junction, Jasper, MO.45809 He died on 21 December 1926 at the age of 70 in Carl Junction, Jasper, MO.107989 Buried in Carl Junction Cemetery, Carl Junction, MO. He claimed his parents were from MD (father) and KY (mother). Middle initial also appears as W. Parents: William Henry (William) TEMPLE-42291 and Mary Jane (Mary) ALEXANDER-42292.

Spouse: Mary Ann (Mary) HUNSUCKER-55127. Mary Ann (Mary) HUNSUCKER and John Thomas (John) TEMPLE were married on 19 January 1879 in Jasper Co., MO.1173,2024,45810,45812 Children were: Iona Etho TEMPLE-42298, Frederick Henry (Fred) TEMPLE-55129, William Henry (Will) TEMPLE-31722, Floyd Henry (Floyd) TEMPLE-42380, Loyal Ernest (Loyal) TEMPLE-48451, Charity M. TEMPLE-48461.

John Thomas (John) TEMPLE8686,9549 was born on 30 April 1883 in Franklin Twp., Lycoming, PA.3065,22780,22842,22844,68374,107990,107991,107992,107993,107994 Gave Apr 1883 in the census, but Apr 1885 in his WWII draft registration. In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Jordan Twp., Lycoming, PA.22842 Enumerated working his parents' farm. In April 1910 he was a farm laborer in Jordan Twp., Lycoming, PA.3065 In 1918 John was a farmer in Unityville, Lycoming, PA.68374 In January 1920 he was a mill fireman in Jordan Twp., Lycoming, PA.22780 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Jordan Twp., Lycoming, PA.107991 In April 1940 John was a highway laborer in Jordan Twp., Lycoming, PA.22844 In April 1942 he was a member of the Works Progress Administration in Scranton, Lackawanna, PA.107990 Gave his sister Mary as the person who would always know his location. He lived Unityville RD # 1 in Jordan Twp., Lycoming, PA in 1957.107992 John died on 31 May 1957 at the age of 74 in Jordan Twp., Lycoming, PA.107992,107995 Died of a coronary thrombosis. Buried in Salem Cemetery, Unityville, PA. Unmarried. The informant on his death certificate was one Britt Temple of State Street in Millville, PA, who could not be otherwise identified. He was issued two different SSANs, and gave his birth year as 1882 on one, and 1883 on the other. Parents: Joseph (Joe) TEMPLE-21498 and Anna Eliza (Annie) RIDER-21505.

John Thomas (John/Tom) TEMPLE79961 was born on 6 July 1864 in Attala Co., MS.23372,67418,68239,68240,69304,107996 Death certificate made the date 4 Jul 1864. He appeared in the census in August 1870 in Attala Co., MS.69304 In June 1880 he was a laborer in Attala Co., MS.69305 John moved in 1897 in Young Co., TX.68241 He moved about 1900 in Olney, Young, TX. In April 1910 he was a farmer in Young Co., TX.68240 In April 1930 John was a farmer in Archer Co., TX.68239 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Olney, Young, TX.67418 Enumerated with his daughter Francis' family. He lived 1007 West Oak Street in Olney, Young, TX in 1951.23372 John died on 18 May 1951 at the age of 86 in Olney, Young, TX.23372,107996,107997,107998 Died as a result of the Olney tornado in 1951. His wife was found a block south of their demolished home, and he died a couple of hours later from head wounds. Buried in Restland Cemetery, Olney, TX. He did not know where his parents were from in 1910.

He appears to be the son of John Flowers and Iantha (Rosamond) Temple, but that John Thomas Temple's wife, also named Mary Elizabeth, did not die in the tornado with him. It may be a coincidence that his wife has the same name, and it may be that he is the son or nephew of the other John Thomas Temple. Parents: John Flowers (John) TEMPLE-20210 and Iantha Lucretia (Antha) ROSAMOND-20216.

Spouse: Mary Elizabeth (Mary/Bettie) RICHARDSON-20235. Mary Elizabeth (Mary/Bettie) RICHARDSON and John Thomas (John/Tom) TEMPLE were married in 1885.68239,68240 Children were: Ivy Lee TEMPLE-20236, Caroline Duella (Carrie) TEMPLE-20237, Lennie Dee TEMPLE-73668, Thomas Clyde (Clyde) TEMPLE-20238, Francis Kathryn (Fannie/Kate) TEMPLE-20239.

Spouse: Laura Belle (Belle) DICKEY-89567. Laura Belle (Belle) DICKEY and John Thomas (John/Tom) TEMPLE were married on 10 January 1935 in Olney, Young, TX.22796,29014

Spouse: Mary Elizabeth WALSER-84864. Mary Elizabeth WALSER and John Thomas (John/Tom) TEMPLE were married on 10 October 1945 in Young Co., TX.107999

John Thomas (Thomas) TEMPLE was born on 30 January 1894 in Canal Fulton, Stark, OH.1401,56045,56046,82169,97940,108000,108001 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Lawrence, Stark, OH.82169 In 1917 he was an iron molder in Canal Fulton, Stark, OH.56046 In January 1920 John was a drop forge company laborer in Canal Fulton, Stark, OH.56045 In April 1930 he was a coal miner in Eagle Twp., Harrison, WV.97940 Enumerated with his brother George. He lived in Canal Fulton, Stark, OH in September 1935.97945 In April 1940 John was a coal mine loader in Clay, Harrison, WV.1401 Claimed to be single, but he had to be either divorced or widowed. In April 1942 he was an employee of Stoltzer Coal Company in Shinnston, Harrison, WV.108000 He gave Anna Temple King, whom I believe to be his married sister, of Canal Fulton, OH, as the person who would always know where he was. He lived in Shinnston, Harrison, WV in April 1942.108000 John died on 23 June 1944 at the age of 50 in Shinnston, Harrison, WV.108001,108002 Victim of a tornado. Buried in Shinnston Masonic Cemetery, Shinnston, WV. His middle name was Junior, and he signed as Thomas J. Temple on his WWII draft registration. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-91007 and Lillian MINNICH-91008.

Spouse: Florence MAYER-91012. Florence MAYER and John Thomas (Thomas) TEMPLE were married before 5 June 1917.56046 Children were: TEMPLE-105379, Loyd Lavirn TEMPLE-105410.

John Thomas (Thomas/Tom) TEMPLE8823,89197 was born on 11 December 1892 in Boone, Boone, IA.148,12726,12727,12728,12729,15993,15995,108003,108004 He appeared in the census in 1895 in Boone Co., IA.15993 In April 1910 he was a grocery clerk in Boone, Boone, IA.15995 In 1915 John was a clerk in Boone, Boone, IA.108005 In 1917 he was a grocery clerk in Boone, Boone, IA.12729 In January 1920 he was a grocery salesman in Boone, Boone, IA.12726 John appeared in the census in 1925 in Boone, Boone, IA.108006 In April 1930 he was a grocery salesman in Des Moines, Polk, IA.12727 In April 1940 he was a Temple Escuish (?) Campe caretaker in Boone, Boone, IA.12728 John lived in Upland, San Bernardino, CA in 1969.108003 He died on 19 August 1969 at the age of 76 in San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA.148,108003,108007 Buried in Linwood Park Cemetery, Boone, IA. Parents: John James (Jack) TEMPLE-41542 and Cora Esther (Cora) BOWMAN-41543.

Spouse: Ruby Ida BECKER-41546. Ruby Ida BECKER and John Thomas (Thomas/Tom) TEMPLE were married on 20 July 1916 in Polk Co., IA.12727,12732 Marriage Book 17, p. 361. Children were: Grace C. TEMPLE-41547, Jean Catherine TEMPLE-42079.

John Thomas (Tom) TEMPLE19242 was born on 2 June 1842 in Raleigh, Wake, NC.19243,19244,19245,19246,19248,29143,104717,108008 History of Pike and Calhoun Counties, IL, claimed he was born in Lincoln Co., MO. He claimed MO in 1910. He moved about 1843 in Lincoln Co., MO.19248 He appeared in the census in October 1850 in Lincoln Co., MO.104717 Enumerated with John and Eliza Hice, of no known relationship. John moved in 1863 in Hamburg, Hardin, IL.19248 He served in the military in 1864.19243 Enlisted in Company G, 20th Illinois Infantry. Saw service in TN, GA and NC. Present at the surrender of Johnson. Enlisted in the Army in a different regiment from his brother James. He moved in 1864 in Gilead, Calhoun, IL.19248 In July 1870 John was a farmer in Gilead, Calhoun, IL.19245 He moved in 1876/7 in TX.19248 He moved in 1878 in Calhoun Co., IL.19248 In June 1880 John was a grocer in Hardin, Calhoun, IL.19244 He was elected as Assessor and Treasurer of Calhoun County in 1890 in Calhoun Co., IL.19243 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Hardin, Calhoun, IL.19246 In April 1910 John was a farmer in Hardin, Calhoun, IL.29143 He died on 22 April 1916 at the age of 73 in Hardin, Calhoun, IL.19242,108008,108009,108010 Buried in Hardin Cemetery, Hardin, IL.

Supplied by Claire Edrich:

One of Hardin's Most Highly Respected Citizens Passes Away

"In the death of John T. Temple, better known as Uncle Tom, not only Hardin, but Calhoun county loses an honest upright citizen; a man whose word was as good as his bond; one, who spoke no ill of his neighbor and who lived at peace with his fellowman at all times. Probably no man in this community, who has been summoned by death, had more genuine friends than Uncle Tom and the general expressions heard, when his death was announced, were, "He was a good man."
John T. Temple was born near Raleigh, North Carolina, June 2, 1842, and while but a small child was, with one sister and two brothers, brought to Lincoln County, Mo., by his parents, John T. and Jane Temple. Shortly after their arrival in Missouri, the mother and sister died and the younger brother drowned a little later. In 1848, his father left the subject of this sketch and his only remaining brother, Jas. S. Temple, with the family of a Pennsylvania German, John Hise, where he lived until manhood. Of his father, John T. Temple, nothing was ever heard from the time he left Missouri for the overland trip across the continent. The only remaining member of the family, James S. Temple, died near Hardin in 1894.
Tom Temple, as he was always known in Illinois, first came to this State in 1863 and worked on a farm near Hamburg, this county, for a Mr. Hollis Stone and his father; families who had come to Illinois at an early day from Massachusetts. These people made a lasting impression on the mind of the young man and he often spoke of their goodness of heart and many Christian virtues. In 1864, Mr. Temple returned to Missouri, where on March 1, 1864 he was united in marriage with Miss Elizabeth Burns and shortly afterwards moved to Calhoun county, first living on the farm of the late James Watson near Gilead, Illinois. He with his brother James enlisted in the army in 1864 though belonging to different regiments and while in the service on Dec. 17, 1864, his first
child, Mollie E. Temple, was born. Two other children, Rose E. and Charles Temple were the result of this union. Mollie E. Temple became the wife of Dr. G.B. Smith and died June 22, 1902. Two years later, Nov. 9, 1904, the wife and mother passed away.
From 1863 until his death, Uncle Tom lived in Calhoun county except one year, from 1876 to 1877, when he was in the State of Texas. His life, while in this state, has been like an open book and his greatest fault, if fault it may be termed, was that he always did more for others than he could afford in justice to himself. Since the death of his wife, his daughter Rose has been his constant companion and faithfully cared for him during the later years, when helpless on account of bodily affliction.
On Saturday, April 22, 1916, during the noon hour, his spirit was released from the pains of an increasing bodily affliction to meet those on beyond, after a pilgrimage here of nearly 74 years.
In conversation with his daughter, Miss Rose, some time ago, he expressed a wish that six of his friends, whom he named, should act as pall bearers, when death cane and his wish was carried out. He also asked that Elder Jno. S. Wilson, a minister of the Church of Christ, and a friend for many years, should conduct his funeral services which were held at the home Sunday afternoon in the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing friends.
His remains were laid to rest beside those of his wife, who preceded him in death twelve years ago, in Hardin's Silent "City of the Dead". The casket was covered with beautiful flowers, tokens of esteem from friends.
To the bereaved son and daughter, we extend our deepest sympathy."

from Calhoun Times, April 27, 1916.

He was buried in the Hardin Cemetery, Hardin, Calhoun, IL. He has reference number RLT # U2640.1060 Raised in the household of John Hise after his father went west and died. Appeared as John in 1910. Death records give his middle name as Theme in some anthologies. Parents: John Trimble TEMPLE-21086 and Jane EWING-21089.

Spouse: Elizabeth BURNS-23293. Elizabeth BURNS and John Thomas (Tom) TEMPLE were married on 1 March 1864 in Gilead, Calhoun, IL.296,19242,19243,19246,19248,19249,19250 Children were: Mary E. (Mollie) TEMPLE-23294, Charles TEMPLE-23295, Rosa E. (Rosy) TEMPLE-23296.

John Timothy TEMPLE (private).959 Parents: John Waldrop TEMPLE Jr.-45341 and Margaret Lenore (Peggy) HOLDAM-86341.

John Todd TEMPLE108011 was born on 18 January 1932 in PA.108012 He was baptized on 22 June 1933 in Aliquippa, Beaver, PA.108013 He died on 3 September 1937 at the age of 5 in Rochester, Beaver, PA.108012 Died of acute heart dilation and a tracheal abscess of unknown origin. Buried in Mill Creek Hill Cemetery, Hookstown, PA. His association as the son of Orrin Clifford and Rachel (Swearingen) Temple is based on timing, location, the maiden name of Orrin's mother, and the naming convention in Orrin's generation of a middle name of Todd. This association, however, needs proof. Parents: Orrin Clifford (Clifford) TEMPLE-3149 and Rachel Van SWEARINGEN-3152.

John Todd TEMPLE (private).64217

Spouse: UNKNOWN-172690. Children were: John Luke TEMPLE-172691.

Spouse: Theresa Marie PEARSON-140363.

John Trevor TEMPLE (private).25487 Parents: John William TEMPLE Jr.-71048 and Debra Lee TEWKSBURY-71051.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-71056. Children were: Blake Lee TEMPLE-71057.

John Trimble TEMPLE19242,19248,32785,108014 was born on 25 December 1816 in Bullitt Co., KY.19243,32785,32786,32787,108015 Histories of her counties of residence say she was born on the date in 1816, but her grave marker says she was born on the date in 1817. He moved in 1835 in Hookstown, Beaver, PA.32785 Moved to live with his uncle, James Trimble. He moved about 1843 in Lincoln Co., MO.108016 In September 1850 John was a carpenter in Greene Twp., Beaver, PA.32787 Enumerated without his children. In June 1880 he was a farmer in Greene Twp., Beaver, PA.32786 He died on 28 May 1895 at the age of 78 in CA.19243,32785,108015 Died mining in California. Buried in Mill Creek Hill Cemetery, Hookstown, PA. John is perplexing, because his children were raised by John Hise after he allegedly went west to mine and never returned. His wife was said to have died in 1843. His children, James, William and Jane, appeared with William and Rebecca Sitton in 1860, while his son John was with John Hise - so something was up. However, he was clearly with his wife in the 1880 census, so if he went west, he returned to a wife risen from the dead. Clearly, some confusion exists in the reporting. His name also appears with the German spelling in 1850. Parents: William TEMPLE-21084 and Jane TRIMBLE-21085.

Spouse: Jane EWING-21089. Jane EWING and John Trimble TEMPLE were married about 1838. Children were: Major James Scott TEMPLE-23286, Jane F. TEMPLE-23288, John Thomas (Tom) TEMPLE-23287, William H. TEMPLE-39332, Jane Frances (Jane) TEMPLE-39333.

John Turner (John) TEMPLE16779 was born on 27 May 1839 in Montgomery Co., AL.43144,43146 He appeared in the census in November 1850 in Pennington, Bradley, AR.43146 He appeared in the census in July 1860 in Pennington, Bradley, AR.43144 John served in the military between 1861 and 1862.41122 Served in the Civil War, enlisted in Company C 5th Arkansas Infantry serving until he
died. He died on 20 June 1862 at the age of 23 in Meridian, Lauderdale, MS.12961 Died at a Confederate Army camp at Meridian, MS. Parents: Stanmore Butler (Stanmore) TEMPLE-16123 and Elizabeth HICKMAN-16126.

Spouse: Caroline F. CRAWFORD-24242. Caroline F. CRAWFORD and John Turner (John) TEMPLE were married on 25 April 1861 in Bradley Co., AR.16779

John Twohig (Twohig) TEMPLE25367 was born on 24 December 1869 in "Berclair", Spotsylvania, VA.26243,27377,27382,108017,108018 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Richmond City, VA.26243 In June 1900 he was a machinist in Richmond City, VA.108018 John lived in Richmond City, VA in March 1923.108017 Shipping records indicate he was married. He Sailed for San Juan, Puerto Rico in April 1924.108019 He died on 27 December 1932 at the age of 63 in Richmond City, VA.27382,108020 Died of chronic arthritis and chronic myocarditis. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA. Unmarried in 1900. Died without issue. Parents: Major Robert Henry (Robert) TEMPLE-21120 and Lucy Ann (Lucy) CROUCH-21542.

Spouse: Nina Rosalie DAVIN-31720. Nina Rosalie DAVIN and John Twohig (Twohig) TEMPLE were married on 5 December 1901 in Fluvanna Co., VA.27383 They were married at the residence of Thomas H. Walker, named "Point of Fork." They27383 were divorced before 1910.27379

John Tyler TEMPLE was born on 18 November 1880 in English, Crawford, IN.34059,34060,34061,34062,83935,108021,108022,108023 Put the date in 1882 in 1900. His death certificate put the date as 16 Nov 1879 and that was echoed in his obituary, but that is before any of his father's known weddings. A birth record is required to clarify his parental links. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Sterling Twp., Crawford, IN.83935 In April 1910 he was a hardware retail merchant in Sterling Twp., Crawford, IN.34061 In 1918 John was a merchant in English, Crawford, IN.19321 In January 1920 he was a hardware merchant in English, Crawford, IN.34059 Enumerated a few doors from his aunt Mary (Temple) Pro. In April 1930 he was a hardware dealer in Bloomington, Monroe, IN.34060 In April 1940 John was a hardware company owner and manager in Bloomington, Monroe, IN.34062 In 1942 he was a self-employed in Bloomington, Monroe, IN.34064 He died on 16 September 1969 at the age of 88 in Bloomington, Monroe, IN.108022,108023 Died of arteriosclerotic heart disease and cardiac arrest. Buried in Valhalla Memory Gardens, Bloomington, IN. His parents were both from IN. The birth date seems certain, but is before his father's earliest known marriage. His assignment to this mother is based only one timing and requires a birth record for proof. Parents: Benjamin F. (Ben) TEMPLE-50495 and Alice T. ROUSEY-50503.

Spouse: Roma Myrtle (Roma) FLEMING-51296. Roma Myrtle (Roma) FLEMING and John Tyler TEMPLE were married in 1902 in IN.34060,34061 Children were: Hugh Fleming TEMPLE-51301, Robert Everett (Bob) TEMPLE-51310.

John V. TEMPLE was born in 1837.108024 He served in the military in 1862.108024 Enrolled 3 Sep 1862 into A Company, 30th Regiment of NJ Volunteers.

John V. TEMPLE was born on 27 December 1870 in OH.24581,85994,108025,108026 The 1880 census gave 1873. His death record, informed by his wife, gave 26 Dec. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Washington, Scioto, OH.108027 He died on 17 October 1917 at the age of 46 in Fort Wayne, Allen, IN.108025,108026 Died of endomyocarditis. Buried in Lindenwood Cemetery, Fort Wayne, IN. John was a bookkeeper.108026 Parents: William Evans (William) TEMPLE-21893 and Elizabeth (Lizzie) BURT-21898.

Spouse: Emma P. COOK-98029. Emma P. COOK and John V. TEMPLE were married on 10 October 1910 in Fort Wayne, Allen, IN.24581,24583

Reverend John V. TEMPLE was born in 1894.108028 He died in 1988 at the age of 94 in Belleville, Hastings, Ontario, Canada.108028 Buried in Belleville Cemetery, Belleville, Hastings, ON.

Spouse: Evelina -180037. Evelina and Reverend John V. TEMPLE were married before 1975.

John Vincent (John) TEMPLE13994,95627 was born on 11 October 1894 in Alden, Erie, NY.9467,9471,9472 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Alden, Erie, NY.9471 He appeared in the census in June 1905 in Alden, Erie, NY.9473 John appeared in the census in April 1910 in Alden, Erie, NY.9472 He died on 6 April 1917 at the age of 22 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.47606,108029,108030 Died of pneumonia in Philadelphia, PA. Buried in Elmlawn Cemetery, Tonawanda, NY. Unmarried. Parents: Joseph Evered (Evered) TEMPLE-2884 and Sarah Carolyn (Cora) ANNIS-2904.

John W. TEMPLE (private). Parents: Master Sergeant Roger Williams TEMPLE-82118 and Lorraine Ernestine (Lorraine) -82119.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-82125. Children were: Gloria Elena TEMPLE-82126.

John W. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Anna SCROGGINS-131229. Children were: Ruby F. TEMPLE-131230.

First Lieutenant John W. TEMPLE (private).97096,108031

John W. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Lois -143980.

John W. TEMPLE (private).

Spouse: Louella STALEY-143982.

John W. TEMPLE was born (date unknown). He did not appear in GA in 1880.

Spouse: Katie STARNES-144443. Katie STARNES and John W. TEMPLE were married on 4 January 1891 in Fulton Co., GA.75117 In Fulton County Marriage Book G, p. 356.

John W. TEMPLE (private).108032

Spouse: Nancy G. MUNITZ-145082.

John W. TEMPLE was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Sarah J. WILLIAMS-148165. Sarah J. WILLIAMS and John W. TEMPLE were married on 2 March 1878 in Smith Co., KS.108033 License issued 2 Feb 1878. In Marriage Book A, p. 124.

John W. TEMPLE (private).3575

Spouse: Janice L. -154085.

John W. TEMPLE (private).108034