|Joseph TEMPLE40167 died before 1924. His wife's death records did not give much to go on. He might be Joseph E. Temple, son of Samuel W. and Julia (Sappington) Temple based on the criteria that he died bef 1924 and was in Madison Co., IL, at one time. However, to date, no marriage record for him is known.|
Spouse: Anna Augusta RETZLAUFF-142108. Anna Augusta RETZLAUFF and Joseph TEMPLE were married before 1924.
Joseph TEMPLE died on 5 October 1926 in Franklin Co., OH.108491
Joseph TEMPLE died before May 1927.5233
Joseph TEMPLE died in 1935 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, OH.108492 Buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, OH, Plot: Garden LN, Section 110, Lot 251, Space 2.
Spouse: Nancy J. -157107. Nancy J. and Joseph TEMPLE were married.
Joseph TEMPLE died on 15 August 1943 in Columbus, Franklin, OH.108493
Joseph TEMPLE died on 30 March 1952 in Middletown, Middlesex, CT.2424
Joseph TEMPLE106119 was born on 3 February 1666 in Bishopstrow, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom.53212,88252,108494,108495,108496,108497,108498 Some Temple Pedigrees gives the birth date of this Joseph as that of his son. Levi confused the elder and junior Josephs, creating a mess for sorting out their issue, and having Joseph be 166 still fathering children after his reputed death in 1740. The account presented here agrees with that of Temple People, Vol. II.
Also, Lucy Temple reports the birthplace as Bristol. He immigrated about 1671.53212 The dating is explained in Temple People, Vol. II citing the research of Lee Anderson McKinney of OK. McKinney found that Lt. Col. Thomas Walker was granted 300 acres of land for transporting 6 people to America. Among these six was Joseph Temple. The date of the grant was apparently incorrectly given in Temple People, as it is 20 Apr 1787, but I believe this is a typo, and the date was 1687. He died before 16 May 1699 at the age of 33.108499 His will was proved 16 May 1699, and named Hannah, and his son William, daughter Mary, and an expected child, which proved to be Joseph. Designation of the father as William follows Burke's peerage, based on the will of Joseph Temple, proven 16 May 1699. Some secondary sources locate him in Hochbury, England. Parents: William TEMPLE-22600 and UNKNOWN-61890.
Spouse: Hannah LISTON-34851. Hannah LISTON and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 6 October 1688 in VA.53212 Children were: John TEMPLE-109146, William TEMPLE-34852, Mary TEMPLE-34853, Colonel Joseph TEMPLE-4447.
Joseph TEMPLE7981,108500 was born on 6 May 1688 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.83813 He died before 1734 at the age of 46.7981 He was apparently dead by this date, as he is not mentioned in records associated with resolving his brother John's estate, but he probably died much earlier. Considerable confusion reigns over the identity of this Joseph and his cousin Joseph, the latter b. 28 Aug 1694. Without a doubt, Levi confused both of these Joseph TEMPLEs. There are other instances of Levi's having confused people of similar name. The implication is that the Joseph TEMPLE who married Abigail STEARNS was not the 1688 Joseph, but the later 1694 Joseph. Apparently, the 1688 Joseph does not show up after 1688, and may have died young, contrary to Levi's interpretation.
Analysis by Helga Andrews, expanded by Sally Eaton, draws on John Temple's estate records and has resolved the earlier confusion. (See John, b 1680 notes, describing his probate records.) John's estate was administered at the request of his father Abraham by his brother Isaac. In Abraham's request to appoint Isaac, he lists the siblings of John, eight in number, from which Joseph is excluded. There are several possible reasons this may have been true - he may have been disowned, or he had died much earlier. As to the latter, Abraham listed his children who had grown to adulthood and died, but Joseph was not among them. That argues for Joseph's having died early, before reaching maturity or marrying.
One final note needs to be added to him. there was some basis for Levi Temple's belief that Joseph, husband of Abigail Stearns, went to Sanford, ME. While Joseph and Abigail almost certainly did not, that leaves the possibility that Joseph, son of Abraham and Deborah, moved to that area very early, and was lost. That would fit with everything else known about his family, and about the Joseph Temple who married Abigail Stearns. Parents: Abraham TEMPLE-5031 and Deborah HADLOCKE-34.
Joseph TEMPLE1966,108500,108501,108502 was born on 28 August 1694 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.108503,108504 He moved in 1729 in Westford, Middlesex, MA.29720 He died.91837 Some Temple Pedigrees indicates Joseph and Abigail were "though to have removed to Sanford, ME." This is almost certainly wrong, and related to Levi's confusion with another Joseph Temple. Their last known location was Westford, MA. Joseph was a farmer (most likely).108501 Punished in 1745 for going to a private prayer meeting instead of going to church (although it may have been his son, Joseph and wife Sarah McKinney who were actually meant).
Considerable confusion reigns over the identity of this Joseph and his cousin Joseph, the latter b. 6 May 1688. Without a doubt, Levi confused both of these Joseph TEMPLEs. In fact, this opinion is supported by Helga Andrews, whose e-mail to the TEMPLE roots forum said, in part, "I am quite sure that he [Levi] mixed up two Josephs, and that the Joseph born May 6, 1688, son of Abraham TEMPLE and Deborah HADLOCK, was not the Joseph who married Abigail STEARNS. The 1688 Joseph either died young or doesn't show up later, but the Joseph who married Abigail STEARNS I believe was actually the son of Richard TEMPLE and Sarah PARLIN b Aug 28 1694. I did this research many years ago in the Middlesex Co Courthouse in Cambridge MA and did not photocopy records as I should have--they were not in my direct line, but I did enter these notes into my photocopy of the Levi Temple book and was quite convinced of their accuracy at the time!"
Sally Eaton followed up on Helga's analysis. She states the clue to solving this mystery has been "hiding in plain sight" in the estate record of Abraham and Deborah TEMPLE's son John TEMPLE of Concord, MA, as summarized by Levi Temple in Some Temple Pedigrees, pp. 12-13. The full answer is found in John TEMPLE's (1680-1734) probate records: LDS Microfilm #0421536, Probate records 1648-1924 (Middlesex County, Massachusetts), Probate Packet #22297.
John TEMPLE of Concord, MA, died on 17 July 1734 leaving no children. Five days later John's father Abraham TEMPLE, "being very aged and infirm," petitioned the Middlesex County Probate Court to appoint John's brother Isaac as administrator of John's estate. Abraham went on to list John's eight siblings: four brothers, two sisters still living, and two deceased sisters. John's brother Joseph -- and son of Abraham and Deborah (HADLOCK) TEMPLE -- is not mentioned nor are his children. This Joseph must have been deceased before 1734, leaving no children.
Therefore it was Richard and Sarah (PARLIN) TEMPLE's son Joseph (b. 28 August 1694 in Concord, MA) who married Abigail STEARNS on 28 November 1717 in Concord. Joseph and Abigail (STEARNS) TEMPLE were the parents of eight children born between 1718 and about 1737: Abigail, Joseph, Sarah, Ebenezer, Richard, Samuel, Thomas, and Elisha.
Joseph and Abigail TEMPLE's last known location was Westford, MA. He was a farmer (most likely).39189 Punished in 1745 for going to a private prayer meeting instead of going to church (although it may have been his son, Joseph and wife Sarah McKinney who were actually meant).
Some Temple Pedigrees indicates Joseph and Abigail were "thought to have removed to Sanford, ME." This is almost certainly wrong, and related to Levi's confusion with another Joseph Temple. Sally Eaton found an important passage in Edwin R. Hodgman's History of the Town of Westford in the County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 1659-1883 (Westford, MA: Westford Town History Association, 1883), p. 169, which says in part that the Joseph Temple who moved to Sanford, ME, went there after the end of the Revolutionary War, meaning in 1783 or later. "The development of its [Maine's] vast resources was scarcely begun at the period of the Revolution. On the return of peace and the establishment of the Union, many resorted thither to subdue its wild lands and make homes for themselves."
If Joseph did indeed go to Sanford, and was one of the families that did this in 1783 at the earliest, he did so when he was 90 years of age. If he moved there at that age, he was not the one subduing the land, but perhaps he did so with one of his sons or grandsons. I can find no descent on some of his children (Ebenezer and Richard), either indicating they are lost or they died early, but none of the ones included ever went to ME. Only a grandson of Joseph and Abigail, through their son Joseph, ended up in ME, and even then it was not Sanford. So, the idea that this individual ever ended up in ME seems quite wrong, if he had to do so after the Revolution. If he went to ME before the Revolution, he was there before the earliest settlers, and the records of this move are lost. More likely, Levi's report was a confusion of some sort, and even his own wording indicates that he was uncertain of this Joseph's fate. Parents: Richard TEMPLE-105 and Sarah PARLING-5061.
Spouse: Abigail STEARNS-437. Abigail STEARNS and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 28 November 1717 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.75175,75176 Children were: Abigail TEMPLE-126, Joseph TEMPLE-840, Sarah TEMPLE-127, Ebenezer TEMPLE-841, Richard TEMPLE-842, Samuel TEMPLE-843, Elijah TEMPLE-845, Thomas TEMPLE-844.
Colonel Joseph TEMPLE9814,108505 was born in 1699 in Bristol, Bristol, England, United Kingdom.53212,108506 Year is established through the will of Joseph Temple, his father, proven 16 May 1699, naming his unborn child. He immigrated before 1722 to VA.108499 He came to Virginia as an attorney for some Bristol merchants who had established an iron works in Essex County. This is cited in Lucy Temple's William Temple, based on a deed dated 22 Oct 1722. The first grant to Joseph Temple was 14 Sep 1726, for 1000 acres in Spotsylvania County, VA. In 1722 he was an attorney for Bristol merchants at their iron works in VA.5203 Joseph moved about 1727 in "Presque Isle", King William, VA.108495 Eventually received grants for about 10,000 acres in Northern Virginia. He died between 1740 and 1743 at the age of 41 in "Presque Isle", King William, VA.108494 He was a merchant in Bristol Parish, Prince George, VA.9814,108494 Some sources, particularly Burke's "Landed Gentry" of 1886, apparently incorrectly have him the second son of Sir William Temple, of Bishopstrow House, Warminster, Wiltshire, England. That Sir William was close to the throne under Charles II. In any case, the "Hunting Cup" which was made in about 1680, has remained in his family.
To add to the confusion, Levi Temple incorrectly assigned a birth date of 1666 to Joseph, the husband of Anne Arnold, when that date was clearly that of his father. Lucy Temple's "William Temple" gives the correct placement of Joseph and his father with their respective wives.
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. XVIII, pp. 88-90, gives a list of the children of Joseph and Anne (Arnold) Temple, which includes Mollie, who married Col. Thomas Elliott, and Nancy, who married John Fleet of King and Queen Co., VA, and died 7 May 1754, but excludes James and Ann. Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-34850 and Hannah LISTON-34851.
Spouse: Anne ARNOLD-16128. Anne ARNOLD and Colonel Joseph TEMPLE were married before 1726.9815,9816,9817 The Vital Records of Three Burned Counties indicates that the marriage of Anne Arnold and Joseph Temple appeared in a newspaper published 10 Feb 1737. If this was even close to the actual date of marriage, then Joseph either had another wife, or they had many children out of wedlock. If the date is very wrong (and they were married before the birth of the first child), then the release of the news article in 1737 does not make sense. Children were: Ann TEMPLE-4456, Colonel Joseph TEMPLE-4448, William TEMPLE-4450, Colonel Benjamin TEMPLE-4452, Sarah (Sally) TEMPLE-4451, Hannah TEMPLE-4454, Captain Liston TEMPLE-4449, Col. Samuel Francis TEMPLE-4453, Martha (Mollie) TEMPLE-4455, James TEMPLE-4458, Nancy TEMPLE-115002.
Joseph TEMPLE1966,108507 was born on 28 August 1709 in Stow, Middlesex, MA.39558,51889 Specific date from Nancy Teachout Gardiner. The History Of Dummerston, VT, said he was born in 1718. He died about 1780 at the age of 71 in Dummerston, Windham, VT.51889 He was a cooper.13231 In old age, lived with a son in Dummerston. Parents: Dr. Richard TEMPLE-33 and Mary BARKER-4962.
Spouse: Mary LAUGHTON-87. Mary LAUGHTON and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 3 December 1739 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.28904,32415,32416,38678,51889,51890 Wife's brother Samuel was one of first settlers in Dummerston. Children were: Mary TEMPLE-186, Joseph TEMPLE Jr.-88, Joanna TEMPLE-187, Samuel TEMPLE-188, Parmenas TEMPLE-189, Phoebe TEMPLE-190, Amos TEMPLE-191, Daniel TEMPLE-192.
Joseph TEMPLE29720,57347 was born on 31 December 1720 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.23316,57347,62302,108508 The Stearns Genealogy ascribes Joseph to the other set of Joseph Temple and Abigail Stearns. He died in 1760 at the age of 40.57347 Based on research by Sally Eaton, his death date is known from a guardianship record for Joseph's 15 year old son, also Joseph (b 1745). This guardianship may have occurred at some time after the death of Joseph, so the precise date is uncertain. That this Joseph is the son of Joseph and Abigail STEARNS, son of Abraham and not Richard is in Danny D. Smith's 1992 compilation of his own ancestry. This apparently corrects an earlier error in Levi Temple's Some Temple Pedigrees. Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-130 and Abigail STEARNS-437.
Spouse: Sarah MC KINNEY-910. Sarah MC KINNEY and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 6 June 1744 in Concord, Middlesex, MA.37432,57347,57348,57349 Filed intention in Westford, MA. Children were: Luce TEMPLE-29609, Captain Joseph TEMPLE-911, Reverend Levi TEMPLE-912.
Colonel Joseph TEMPLE43494,108509 was born about 1730 in King and Queen Co., VA.43494,82008 He lived in "Chatham Hill", King and Queen, VA about 1750.106171 Joseph built "Chatham Hill" near the bridge at Ayletts, Virginia. He Granted 460 acres in St. John Parish on 14 July 1757 in Pasquotank Co., NC.108510 Grant from Lord Granville. Joseph served in the military in 1758.108511 He was a Captain of the Rangers. Some sources credit this service with his father, although the disparity in their ages argues more for this Joseph than his father. He member of the King & Queen County Committee of Safety in 1774/5 in King and Queen Co., VA.106171,108512 Member of the Society of Cincinnati. He appeared in the census in 1787 in King and Queen Co., VA.106171 Appeared with himself and two males 16-21, who were likely to have been Humphrey and Joseph. Joseph appeared in the census in 1790 in VA.106171 Listed with 6 whites in the household, but no designation of sex. He appeared in the census in 1810 in King and Queen Co., VA.106171 Appeared with himself, over age 45, and 1 male 16-26. Also shown were 2 females, 26-45, one of whom may have been his daughter Elizabeth. He died on 15 December 1819 at the age of 89 in "Chatham Hill", King and Queen, VA.43494,106171 Rise of the Temples incorrectly gives abt 1790. Joseph Member of the Society of Cincinnati. The surrender at Yorktown, VA, occurred on Temple Farm, being land probably owned by Joseph or his sons. He was listed as living on the north side of the North Anna River in St. George's Parish of Spotsylvania County.
The actual number of children is disputed. There is proof for James, Joseph, Thomas, Humphrey and John, and circumstantial evidence for the others. Parents: Colonel Joseph TEMPLE-4447 and Anne ARNOLD-16128.
Spouse: Mary (Molly) HILL-4519. Mary (Molly) HILL and Colonel Joseph TEMPLE were married about 1750.9815,43494 Children were: James TEMPLE Sr.-4520, Hannah TEMPLE-23919, Nancy TEMPLE-23922, Mary (Molly) TEMPLE-23920, Frances (Fanny) TEMPLE-9850, Joseph TEMPLE-4521, Humphrey TEMPLE-4523, William (Billy) TEMPLE-23918, Samuel TEMPLE-23921, Elizabeth (Betsy) TEMPLE-19754, John TEMPLE-4524.
Joseph TEMPLE1966,10756,39557,108513 was born on 3 August 1732 in Marlborough, Middlesex, MA.79764,79887,108513,108514 May have been born in Marlboro, MA, and some sources give the date as 30 Aug. He served in the military in 1756.108513 Served in French & Indian War. He moved after 1756 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.3031 Joseph served in the military in 1780.1966,108515,108516 Served in the Revolutionary War for 3 months. Mustered into Col Cook's Regiment, Capt Thomas Lawson's Company. Appears in a list of soldiers from Tolland Co., CT. Also said to have been a private in Captain William Howe's company, Col. John Rand's regiment, entering service 17 Jul 1780, and discharged 10 Oct 1780. The problem is the common name, as multiple Joseph Temples served. He died in 1796 at the age of 64 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.13994 Joseph Temple served in the French and Indian War of 1756, and was a training and alarm soldier of Grafton, MA in 1757, under the command of Capt. Samuel Warren. Joseph Temple also served in the Revolutionary War for three months in 1780. Referred to in Pension Files as living in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA at enlistment, and applying there for pension 6 Sep 1832 aged 70.
A number of secondary sources give his children as 7 - with a second Mary born 22 Aug 1782. I am relatively sure this is some kind of confusion, since the earlier Mary had not died and was married. Parents: Abraham TEMPLE-165 and Elizabeth STRATTON-170.
Spouse: Mary WHITTEMORE-6765. Mary WHITTEMORE and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 28 October 1756 in Grafton, Worcester, MA.12170,108513,108517 Filed intention on 4 Sep 1756 in Lancaster, MA. Children were: Sarah TEMPLE-1068, Mary (Polly) TEMPLE-1069, Joseph Stratton TEMPLE-1066, Aaron TEMPLE-1067, Anna TEMPLE-1070, Roswell TEMPLE-1071.
Joseph TEMPLE108518 was born about 1741 in Worcester, Worcester, MA.4450 Rise of the Temples places birth in 1728, which is clearly wrong based
on marriage of parents. He lived in Buckland, Franklin, MA in 1788.4450 He lived in Winchester, Cheshire, NH.4450 Moved to Buckland before 1788. Parents: William TEMPLE-143 and Sarah MILLER-4959.
Joseph TEMPLE Jr.26193,45376,79915,108519 was born on 23 December 1743 in Worcester, Worcester, MA.13231,39558 He moved before 1770 in Dummerston, Windham, VT.108520 He served in the military between 1777 and 1783 in VT.29549,108521 Shows up in DAR register as a Private in Vermont Capt Fish's Company in Revolutionary War.
He was a private in Capt. Josiah Fish's Company of Colonel Samuel Fletcher's Battalion from beginning of campaign of 1781 to June 30. Received 5 pounds one shilling and four pence; also served from 1 July to 18 Nov 1781, under the same commander and received 9 pounds 4 shillings; served 138 days in 1781. Says he was wounded in Revolutionary War at Westminster, VT, 13 Mar 1775. Joseph escaped a bullet wound by means of a novel life-preserver, a quart pewter basin in which he carried his food. It was struck twice by bullets which left their marks upon it. He was knocked down in the affray and, for a time, was supposed to be dead. His skull was fractured on the left side of the forehead, and the scar remained during life. It was kept as a relic in the family of his descendants many years, until a wily peddler crushed in his hand and then bought it for a trifle. Joseph died on 23 March 1832 at the age of 88 in Dummerston, Windham, VT.45378,108522 Some claim he is buried in Dummerston Center Cemetery, Dummerston, VT, but others say in the cemetery between the old Murdock farm and Newfane, VT. Born at or near Worcester, & lived primarily in Dummerston. He was one of three settlers; is said to have got deed of 100 acres by lottery ticket that cost 5 or 7 shillings; gave up 30 acres for taxes, thinking nine dollars worth more than the land. Farmer, charter member of the Congregational Church. Selected text for his funeral service as Luke 23:28. In 1811, he deeded the farm to his son Joseph, he to give daughter, Lois, $50 and a cow, and something to the other children, adding, "It being the wish of an affectionate Parent that their children may continue to live in love and friendship when he shall be no more." (See History of Eastern Vermont, page 234.)
When he settled in the wilderness of Vermont he walked from Worcester, bringing his few possessions in a pack on his shoulders, his first work was to cut a large hollow Basswood tree for a place to sleep in, building a fire near it at night to keep off the wild beasts. Once, when passing through the woods a violent storm began to blow down trees. He hurried on and soon saw the forest levelled behind him. He married Elizabeth Wilder and had 2 children who died young. Second wife, Lois Hubbard Taylor, chose 2 Cor 12:9 for her funeral.
Spouse: Elizabeth WILDER-89. Elizabeth WILDER and Joseph TEMPLE Jr. were married before 1765.1966,45376 Date derived from birth date of Moses Temple Children were: Moses TEMPLE-211, TEMPLE-46675, TEMPLE-46676.
Spouse: Lois HUBBARD-204. Lois HUBBARD and Joseph TEMPLE Jr. were married on 4 December 1770 in Rutland, Worcester, MA.13914,45376,45377,45379 Children were: Elizabeth TEMPLE-197, Lois TEMPLE-90, Sarah TEMPLE-198, Joseph TEMPLE III-199.
Captain Joseph TEMPLE18884,108523,108524 was born in 1745.23316 He died on 22 November 1825 at the age of 80 in Middlefield, Otsego, NY.7590,18884 Buried in Green Cemetery, Glastonbury, CT. He served in the military. Grave marker says he turned out from Glastonbury at the Lexington alarm. He served on a privateer. His very close resemblance to Captain Joseph Temple (1749-1825) buried in Cooperstown, NY raises several questions. Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-840 and Sarah MC KINNEY-910.
Joseph TEMPLE108526 was born on 9 October 1748 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA.33882,93078,108526 He moved after 1749 in Pennsburg, Montgomery, PA. He died about 1776 at the age of 28.108526,108527 Served as Minuteman at Lexington. Died in action during Revolutionary War. Died unmarried.
"Corporal, Capt. Simon Edgel's co. of Minute-men, which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Concord and Cambridge; service, 10 days; also, Capt. Thomas Drury's co., Col. John Nixon's (5th) regt.; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Temple and others, dated Cambridge, [p.478] June 20, 1775; also, Corporal, same co. and regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted May 4, 1775; service, 3 mos. 5 days; also, company return dated Winter Hill, Sept. 30, 1775; also, order for money in lieu of bounty coat dated Camp Winter Hill, Dec. 22, 1775." Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-351 and Sarah PARKER-4389.
Captain Joseph TEMPLE was born on 17 November 1749 in Cooperstown, Otsego, NY.23 He was baptized on 22 November 1749 in NY.23 Jerusha Temple was a witness. He died on 25 November 1825 at the age of 76 in Cooperstown, Otsego, NY.108528 Buried in Christ Churchyard, Cooperstown, NY. His rank is from his grave marker, but his exact service was unknown. His very close resemblance to Captain Joseph Temple (1745-1825) buried in Middlefield, NY and whose marker is in Glastonbury, CT, raises seveal questions.
Joseph TEMPLE21727 was born on 25 April 1752 in Kennett Square, Chester, PA.9292,21727,37383,46232 Some sources give Pennsbury. He died on 17 June 1840 at the age of 88 in Pennsbury, Chester, PA.43532 Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-4527 and Jane BRINTON-4530.
Joseph TEMPLE108529 was born in 1758 in "Chatham Hill", King and Queen, VA.108529,108530,108531 The 1758 date is from the Vital records of Three Burned Counties, and is thereby a bit suspicious. Rise of the Temples indicated a birth year prior to 1750. The 1810 census gave his range from 1765-1784. He appeared in the census between 1784 and 1787 in NC.108532 Appears in "District No. 6" with 1 male, 21-60 yrs, 4 males under 21 or above 60, 5 females of all ages, 2 black slaves 12-50, 2 black slaves under 12 or over 50. He appeared in the census in 1810 in King and Queen Co., VA.108531 Shows up as a male, age 26-45. Appears with 7 males born 1784-1794, and 1 male 1794 to 1800. Obviously, the relationships are unclear, but some may be his siblings, and others his sons. Joseph died in 1826 at the age of 68 in Pasquotank Co., NC.108529,108530 Confusion exists over his death date. His will was dated 30 Oct 1795, and based on the relationship descriptions, it appears he is the brother of Thomas Temple, who was the son-in-law of James Mc Daniel. Cited as the son-in-law of James Mc Daniel in the latter's will. Parents: Colonel Joseph TEMPLE-4448 and Mary (Molly) HILL-4519.
Spouse: Sarah SNOWDEN-26188. Sarah SNOWDEN and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 14 May 1770 in Pasquotank Co., NC.19961,47922 Children were: Joseph TEMPLE-5242, Robert TEMPLE-5243, James TEMPLE-5244, Letisha TEMPLE-5245, Ann TEMPLE-5246, TEMPLE-35070, Rebecca TEMPLE-5248, Susannah TEMPLE-5247.
Joseph TEMPLE83834 was born on 23 January 1762. Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-460 and Lucy -959.
Joseph TEMPLE4458 was born about 1771 in Pasquotank Co., NC.4458 He appeared in the census in 1790 in Pasquotank Co., NC.108533 Enumerated with 2 males over 16, and 3 males 0-16, with five females. He died about 1810 at the age of 39 in Pasquotank Co., NC.4458 Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-4521 and Sarah SNOWDEN-26188.
Joseph TEMPLE30323 was born on 6 March 1778 in Orange, Franklin, MA.11336,30323,108534 May have been in Warwick, MA. He died on 26 May 1848 at the age of 70 in Orange, Franklin, MA.23,15275,30323,30324,108535 Family records indicate death date as 20 May, but tombstone gives 26 May. Parents: Hananiah TEMPLE-4391 and Elizabeth LEARNED-5780.
Spouse: Beulah DUDLEY-5835. Beulah DUDLEY and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 31 March 1808 in Petersham, Worcester, MA.30323,30327,30330,30331 Two Dudley genealogies gave the date as 3 Mar 1808, but they disagree with a transcription of vital records. Children were: Mary Fisk TEMPLE-5836, Charles TEMPLE-5837, Isaac TEMPLE-5838, Elizabeth Whipple (Eliza) TEMPLE-5839, Luke TEMPLE-5840, Roxy TEMPLE-5841.
Joseph TEMPLE III64613 was born on 8 January 1781 in Dummerston, Windham, VT.13229,13230,29549,64613,108536 Levi Temple reports birth date as 18 Jan 1781. In 1850 he was a farmer in Dummerston, Windham, VT.13229 He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Dummerston, Windham, VT.13230 Enumerated with his son-in-law Alfred Bennett. Joseph died on 16 March 1870 at the age of 89 in Dummerston, Windham, VT.23,64613,108537 Died of lung fever. Year only in The Rise of the Temple. Buried in Dummerston Center Cemetery, Dummerston, VT. He has reference number RLT # 321.33986 Joseph received the farm from his father, with the deed dated 16 Mar 1802. They deeded their farm to Alfred Bennett, their son-in-law, and continued to live on the farm after 9 Apr 1859. Parents: Joseph TEMPLE Jr.-88 and Lois HUBBARD-204.
Spouse: Mary (Amy) PERRY-231. Mary (Amy) PERRY and Joseph TEMPLE III were married on 29 December 1803 in Putney, Windham, VT.4486,7255,64613,64614 Children were: Amos TEMPLE-232, Amy TEMPLE-233, Sally TEMPLE-234, Emmeline Phebe (Phebe) TEMPLE-235, Zilpha TEMPLE-236.
Joseph TEMPLE was born in 1782 in NJ.6537 In August 1850 he was a laborer in Oxford, Warren, NJ.6537 He has reference number RLT # U3734.23275
Joseph TEMPLE was born on 4 March 1784 in Guilford, Windham, VT.23 Parents: Stephen TEMPLE-138908 and Lois BARRET-138909.
Joseph TEMPLE was born in 1784.49752,108538 He died in 1849 at the age of 65 in Biddeford, York, ME.49752,108538 Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Biddeford, ME.
Joseph TEMPLE108539 was born in 1786. He died on 11 November 1807 at the age of 21 in Cooperstown, Otsego, NY. Buried in Christ Churchyard, Cooperstown, NY. Parents: Captain Joseph TEMPLE-134519 and Jerusha -156826.
Joseph TEMPLE was born in 1786 in England, United Kingdom.1978,1979 Gave 1790 in 1850. He immigrated before 1842. In 1850 he was a farmer.1979 In July 1860 Joseph was a farm laborer in Woodstock, Windsor, VT.1978 He died on 29 March 1865 at the age of 79 in Taftsville, Windsor, VT.108540 Buried inTaftsville Cemetery, Taftsville, VT. He has reference number RLT # F.33986
Joseph TEMPLE68311 was born on 13 October 1786 in Webster, Penobscot, ME.26725,26726,68311,68314,68315,108541 Interview with son Joseph (1824-1917) in Lewiston Journal (see him), indicated place of birth to be Lisbon, ME. Other sources give Bowdoin, and specifically the part that became Sabattis, as in Danny Smith's Levi Temple genealogy. He lived in Lisbon, Androscoggin, ME in 1807.68316 He served in the military in September 1814 in Bath, Sagadahoc, ME.68313 Served in Captain S. True's Company in Lt. Col. A. Merrill's Regiment, according to Record of Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 1913, p. 234. According to an interview with his son, Joseph (see him), he served the whole war of 1812 in the town of Bath. In August 1850 Joseph was a Farmer in Webster, Penobscot, ME.26725,68311 Enumerated with this family was a female, ae either 47 or 49, listed between Joseph and his wife, whose name was illegible. In June 1860 he was a farmer in Webster, Penobscot, ME.26726 In June 1870 he was a farmer in Webster Twp., Androscoggin, ME.68315 In June 1880 Joseph was a farmer in Webster Twp., Androscoggin, ME.68314 Although he was listed as a farmer, his condition was said to be "helpless" in 1880. He died on 9 June 1882 at the age of 95 in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.68311,68313,108542,108543 Rise of the Temples reported Webster, Penobscot, ME and date of 1882. Interview with son Joseph indicated that the date of his death was 8 Jun 1892. The Bowdoin vital records give 9 Jun 1882, and this accurately reflects his reported age of 95y 7m 27d. He and his family are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, West Bowdoin, ME. He has reference number RLT # 343.2203 Fought in War of 1812. Parents: Reverend Levi TEMPLE-912 and Rachel NUTTING-1104.
Spouse: Elizabeth (Betsey) RICKER-1496. Elizabeth (Betsey) RICKER and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 15 February 1807 in Lisbon, Androscoggin, ME.68311,68312,68313,68316 Rise of the Temples mistook the spelling of wife's name and inexact date. Danny Smith's Levi Temple genealogy gave the place as Bowdoin. Children were: Ivory TEMPLE-1497, Levi TEMPLE-1498, Frances (Fanny) TEMPLE-1499, Josiah TEMPLE-1500, James Clark (Clark) TEMPLE-1501, John TEMPLE-1502, Samuel TEMPLE-1503, Charles Ricker (Charles) TEMPLE-1504, Morrill Clark (Morrill) TEMPLE-1505, Joseph TEMPLE-1506, Elbridge Jones TEMPLE-1507, Dorcas Ricker (Dorcas) TEMPLE-1508, George W. TEMPLE-1509, Miranda A. TEMPLE-1510.
Joseph TEMPLE74858 was born on 27 September 1788 in Acton, Middlesex, MA.13604,74858 He moved in 1819 in Concord, Essex, VT.33363 He moved in 1829 in Granville, Washington, NY.33363 Joseph moved in 1834 in Comstock, Washington, NY.33363 He died on 3 September 1848 at the age of 59 in Comstock, Washington, NY.33363,74858 He was a cooper.74858 Parents: Samuel TEMPLE-914 and Jerusha HAGER-1112.
Spouse: Rhoda STACEY-1537. Rhoda STACEY and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 1 December 1812 in Westmoreland, Cheshire, NH.8301,33363,74858,74864 In Parkhill Church, Westmoreland, NH. Children were: Jane B. TEMPLE-1538, Jerusha TEMPLE-1542, Joseph H. TEMPLE-1540, Sarah (Sally) TEMPLE-1541, Rhoda TEMPLE-1539, Martha TEMPLE-1543, Abel S. TEMPLE-1544, Abraham TEMPLE-46876, Horace TEMPLE-1545, Mary TEMPLE-1546, Sidney TEMPLE-1547, Adeline TEMPLE-1548, Isaac TEMPLE-1549, Emeline A. (Emily) TEMPLE-28820.
Joseph TEMPLE82091 was born on 6 March 1789 in Marlborough, Cheshire, NH.36889 He died on 7 March 1790 at the age of 1 in Marlborough, Cheshire, NH.23,82091 Parents: Lieutenant Ebenezer TEMPLE-4397 and Olive GIBBS-5806.
Joseph TEMPLE55276 was born on 10 May 1792 in North Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA.16135,72003 He died on 3 October 1809 at the age of 17 in North Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA.72003,108544 Died of smallpox. Buried in Old Brush Creek Cemetery, Ardara, PA. Parents: John TEMPLE-26029 and Elizabeth MARSHALL-4595.
Joseph TEMPLE91538 was born in 1799 in NC.1661,1663 He appeared in the census in 1820 in Pasquotank Co., NC.79362 Reported with 1 male 16-26 (himself), 1 male 0-10, one female 16-26 (Dolly) and one female 0-10. He appeared in the census in 1830 in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, NC.79362 Joseph appeared in the census in 1840 in Pasquotank Co., NC.79362 Enumerated with 1 male 40-50 (himself), 3 males 5-10 and 1 0-5, 1 female 30-40 (Dolly), 1 female 10-15 and one 0-5. In September 1850 he was a farmer in Pasquotank Co., NC.1663 In August 1860 he was a farmer in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, NC.1661 Joseph died before May 1870 at the age of 71. He has reference number RLT # 92i.6101 I suspect that Joseph may have been married twice. The reason is that the 1820 census gives him two children who were born between 1810 and 1820 - and even if they were born at the later end of that range, there was a very large gap between them and the next child in 1831. Also, Dolly and he appear to be about the same age (16-26) in the 1820 census, but by 1840, Joseph is in the 40-50 range, while Dolly is only in the 30-40 range. She could be fudging, but she could be a second (younger) wife. Parents: Joseph TEMPLE-5242 and Lucy -5314.
Spouse: Dolly -26595. Dolly and Joseph TEMPLE were married about 1818. Children were: TEMPLE-35072, Mary A. TEMPLE-35073, Henry TEMPLE-26596, William Martin (Martin) TEMPLE-26597, Joseph TEMPLE-26598, Jonathan (John) TEMPLE-26599, Miles TEMPLE-26600.
Joseph TEMPLE Sr.79931 was born on 23 February 1801 in PA.9387 Birth date seems incorrect given marriage date of parents. Temple/McNulty put the year as 1801, but other sources gave it in 1803, which makes more sense given their marriage date. He lived in Liberty, Adams, OH in 1830.31447 Appears in the 1830 Census. He appeared in the census in 1840 in Liberty, Adams, OH.9360 Joseph moved in 1841 in Jackson Twp., Richwood, Union, OH.31450,108545 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Twp., Richwood, Union, OH.9360 He died on 10 August 1856 at the age of 55 in Richwood, Union, OH.9359,9387 Buried in Temple family plot on the land Thomas Temple purchased in Union Co., OH in 1840. Parents: Thomas TEMPLE-928 and Sarah Jane WRIGHT-1136.
Spouse: Barbara Margaret (Margaret) WASHBURN-21635. Barbara Margaret (Margaret) WASHBURN and Joseph TEMPLE Sr. were married on 18 April 1822 in Liberty, Adams, OH.31447,31450,108546 Children were: Eleanor (Ellen) TEMPLE-21706, Sarah Jane TEMPLE-21707, Joseph TEMPLE Jr.-21691, Thomas TEMPLE-35519, John Wiley (John) TEMPLE-21708, Jacob TEMPLE-21709, David A. TEMPLE-21710, Rebecca TEMPLE-21711, Margaret TEMPLE-21712, Louisa TEMPLE-21713, Mary Caroline TEMPLE-21714, Susannah (Susan) TEMPLE-21692, Abraham TEMPLE-21715, Lewis Benjamin (Benny) TEMPLE-21716, William B. TEMPLE-21690, Charlotte D. (Lottie) TEMPLE-21717.
Joseph TEMPLE70589 was born on 28 May 1803 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.10442,40880,40905,40927,70589,93295 In 1850 he was a farmer in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.70590 In June 1860 he was a farmer in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.40927 In August 1870 Joseph was a farmer in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.40905 He died on 14 April 1878 at the age of 74 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.23,70589 Buried in Mt. View Cemetery, Shrewsbury, MA. He has reference number RLT # 516.4848 Parents: Joseph Stratton TEMPLE-1066 and Susannah HEMENWAY-1460.
Spouse: Ruth Parker SAWYER-2063. Ruth Parker SAWYER and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 29 April 1828 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.10442,37884,70589 Children were: Lucy Maria TEMPLE-2064, Franklin Sawyer (Franklin) TEMPLE-2065, Elizabeth Submit TEMPLE-2066, Calvin Stratton (Calvin) TEMPLE-2067.
Joseph TEMPLE24337,54852,82760 was born on 15 April 1807 in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.458,7875,61827 Some sources give Kennebec Co., ME. In July 1850 he was a farmer in Batavia, Clermont, OH.458 He appeared in the census on 8 August 1870 in New Salem, Pike, IL.66053 Joseph was living with his sister Mary and her husband. Joseph died on 29 November 1870 at the age of 63. He has reference number RLT # 25i (?).27457 Identification of Joseph as the husband of Rebecca and the father of the children shown is based on the 1850 census and circumstantial evidence. It requires proof. Parents: John TEMPLE-5257 and Martha FOSTER-5258.
Spouse: Rebecca MALICK-42583. Rebecca MALICK and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 16 May 1829 in Clermont Co., OH.465,10092,54852 Date is also given as 7 May. Children were: Maria M. TEMPLE-42584, Theodore M. TEMPLE-42585, David Jasper (David) TEMPLE-42586, Martha J. TEMPLE-42587.
Joseph TEMPLE was born in 1808 in PA.24817,24818,28699,108547 In September 1850 he was a miller in Fallowfield, Washington, PA.24818 In July 1860 he was a miller in Nottingham Twp., Washington, PA.108547 In August 1870 Joseph was a miller in Snowden, Allegheny, PA.24817 In June 1880 he was a farmer in South Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA.28699 He has reference number RLT # U4440.4764 I think he might be related to William in North Strabane in 1860. It may be that he had two wives, both Margarets. It is not clear what happened to his wife in 1860, since no marital status was given, but no wife appears. His parents were both from PA.
Spouse: Margaret COOPER-134675. Margaret COOPER and Joseph TEMPLE were married in 1832. Children were: Jane TEMPLE-134676, Agnes TEMPLE-134677, Julia Ann TEMPLE-134678, Margaret TEMPLE-134679, Joseph Clinton (Clinton) TEMPLE-134680, Susan TEMPLE-134681, Anna M. (Annie) TEMPLE-141890.
Joseph TEMPLE5297 was born in 1810 in NC.5298,5299,5300 Gave his age as 47 in 1860 and 50 in 1870. In 1850 he was a farmer in Fall Creek, Rutherford, TN.5298 In August 1860 he was a farmer in Valley Twp., Rutherford, TN.5299 In July 1870 Joseph was a farm laborer in Rutherford Co., TN.5300 He died. He has reference number RLT # 30-5.4504 Temples in the Census identifies him as the son of Liston and Agnes (Elliott) Temple, but I think this may be an error. Liston died 6 years before Joseph was born. I think he may be the brother of Larkin Temples. It seems more likely, if a Liston Temple was his father, that it was Liston who married Harriett Robertson, who was born in VA, but lived in TN. Also, based only on timing and location, he may be related to Jeremiah Temple of Burke Co., NC and Wilson Co., TN.
Spouse: Mary -116166. Mary and Joseph TEMPLE were married about 1837. Children were: Eliza Ann (Eliza\Ann) TEMPLE-116168, Jasper N. TEMPLE-116167, Louraney Melissa (Louraney) TEMPLE(S)-116154, J. Hyram TEMPLE-116170, Martha TEMPLE-116171, William (Bill) TEMPLE-116172, Josiah TEMPLE-116178.
Reverend Joseph TEMPLE71842 was born about 1810. He died in KY.
Spouse: Ellen J. SHARP-130723. Ellen J. SHARP and Reverend Joseph TEMPLE were married. Children were: Marie Elizabeth TEMPLE-130726, Rosa TEMPLE-130727, Dora Lee TEMPLE-130728, Cornelia Wallace TEMPLE-130729, Georgie W. TEMPLE-130730.
Joseph TEMPLE was born in 1815 in PA.46191,46192 Gave his age as 52 in 1870. He moved between 1846 and 1848 in OH. Their move date is based on the burial location for their son George W. Temple. In September 1850 he was a laborer in Union, Ross, OH.46191 In July 1870 Joseph was a day laborer in Colerain Twp., Ross, OH.46192 He died on 31 March 1873 at the age of 58.21774 He has reference number RLT # U2106.946 The children in this family are from the recollections of John and Hannah Chambers' daughter, Nancy.
Spouse: Margaret (Peggy) HUTCHISON-39589. Margaret (Peggy) HUTCHISON and Joseph TEMPLE were married before 1832 in PA. Children were: William TEMPLE-39598, Hutchison (Hutch) TEMPLE-39576, George W. TEMPLE-121098, Susanna (Susan) TEMPLE-39599, Mary Jane (Jane) TEMPLE-39600, Hannah Catharine TEMPLE-39596, Ephraim TEMPLE-39577.
Joseph TEMPLE was born in 1816 in VT.108548 Gave 1818 in 1860. In June 1860 he was a machinist in Canton, Stark, OH.108548 In June 1870 he was a farm laborer in Burlington, Middlesex, MA.108549 Enumerated in the household of Nathan and Mary Caret, who may be cousins or nephew and niece.
Joseph TEMPLE was born on 6 February 1817.2005 He died in Moniteau Co., MO. Headstone in North Sappington Cemetery, Clarksburg, MO, has no death date.
Spouse: Elizabeth -151804. Elizabeth and Joseph TEMPLE were married about 1837.
Joseph TEMPLE9543 was born on 30 January 1819 in Montville, Waldo, ME.23,32103,33629,33630 He lived in Belfast, Waldo, ME in 1843.4396 In 1850 he was a laborer in Bangor, Penobscot, ME.33629 In June 1860 Joseph was a house carpenter in Bangor, Penobscot, ME.33630 He died on 26 July 1868 at the age of 49 in Bangor, Penobscot, ME.23,32103 Buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Bangor, ME. He has reference number RLT # 1011i.10560 Parents: Levi TEMPLE Jr.-1109 and Lucy BROWN-3462.
Spouse: Mary Ann FILES-13509. Mary Ann FILES and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 16 November 1843 in Thorndike, Waldo, ME.15832,32103 Intention filed 2 Sep 1843 at Belfast, ME. Children were: Mary Ann (Mary) TEMPLE-13510, Susan Annette (Annette) TEMPLE-13511, Joseph Frank (Frank) TEMPLE-13512, George Albert TEMPLE-13513, Harriet P. (Hattie) TEMPLE-13514, William H. TEMPLE-31433.
Joseph TEMPLE was born in 1820 in Ireland.5313 In August 1850 he was a morocco dresser in New York City, New York, NY.5313 He has reference number RLT # U3257.75114
Joseph TEMPLE108550 was born in 1820 in Pasquotank Co., NC.68233,108551,108552 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Pasquotank Co., NC.457 In September 1850 he was a farmer in Pasquotank Co., NC.108551 In September 1860 Joseph was a farmer in Hintonsville, Pasquotank, NC.68233 He died about 1868 at the age of 48 in Pasquotank Co., NC.8230 He has reference number RLT # 94i.6101 To add some help, I hope, Joseph's farm in 1860 was right next to the farms of several SPENCEs, and Parthenay Spence married James Temple, b 1799 in Paquotank. So, Joseph may have been part of the descent from James b 1799. Parents: Almon TEMPLE-35101 and HARRELL-35102.
Spouse: Mary Louise (Louise) WILCOX-35113. Mary Louise (Louise) WILCOX and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 25 April 1852 in NC.43058 Children were: William James (James) TEMPLE-35107, Cordelia Ann (Delia) TEMPLE-35108.
Joseph TEMPLE was born in 1822 in Germany.108553 In August 1850 he was a tailor in New York City, New York, NY.108553 He has reference number . Does not appear in Temples in the Census.
Joseph TEMPLE108554 was born in 1823. He died in May 1874 at the age of 51 in Auburn, De Kalb, IN. Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Auburn, IN.
Joseph TEMPLE108555 was born on 23 October 1824 in Webster, Penobscot, ME.23,26530,31146,87524,94813,94814,108555,108556,108557 The Levi Temple genealogy gave 22 Oct 1824, as does his grave marker, but vital records gives 23 Oct. He lived in Roxbury, Suffolk, MA in 1859.108558 In June 1860 he was a carpenter in Bowdoin, Sagadahoc, ME.108557 In July 1870 Joseph was a house carpenter in Richmond, Sagadahoc, ME.94814 In June 1880 he was a carpenter and farmer in Richmond, Sagadahoc, ME.94813 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Richmond, Sagadahoc, ME.26530 In April 1910 Joseph was a farmer in Richmond, Sagadahoc, ME.31146,108555 He died on 16 May 1917 at the age of 92 in Richmond, Sagadahoc, ME.431,108555,108559,108560 Rise of the Temples gave date as about 1910. Died of senility. Buried in Brown Cemetery, Richmond, ME. He has reference number RLT # 531.33639 Given with Germanic spelling in 1910.
From Danny Smith, "In 1912, this Joseph Temple was the eldest citizen in Richmond, Maine, and Elvira A. Webber, reporter to the Lewiston Journal, interviewed him. His account as related to the newspaper reporter appeared in that publication 26 October 1912.
"OLDEST TAX-PAYER IN RICHMOND: JOSEPH TEMPLE, WHO HAS JUST CELEBRATED HIS 88th BIRTHDAY, IS OF REVOLUTIONARY ANCESTRY
"Joseph Temple, whose photo taken this summer, accompanies this article, is probably the oldest tax-payer in the town of Richmond. Of this town he has been a resident many years, and the 23rd of the present October found him 88 summers young. He is hale, hearty and
"All his life he has been a worker, never idle a minute, and his smooth farm, no less than his orchard, give indications of this 'busy bee' existence. His right hand companion has been good health, and to such an extent that he is said never to have had a sick day or a
"Mr. Temple has worked for much of his life as a carpenter. He learned his trade of Robert George of Richmond, and many fine Richmond homes he built wholly or in part. He has also worked in various other places. The stairs in the old City Hall that recently burned in
"Mr. Temple belongs to a long-lived family, and his ancestry hail from England. His father's name was Joseph, and his grandfather, Levi Temple, was of the seventh generation in a direct line from Abraham Temple of England, who according to a Temple genealogy, was the first Englishman that ever trod American soil.
Spouse: Catherine V. (Kate) UMBERHIND-2160. Catherine V. (Kate) UMBERHIND and Joseph TEMPLE were married on 3 September 1859 in Roxbury, Suffolk, MA.4756,26530,31146,108555,108558 They claimed 43 years of marriage in 1900. Children were: Laura M. TEMPLE-2161, Mary L. TEMPLE-13180, Elizabeth May (Lizzie) TEMPLE-2162, Joseph Willis TEMPLE-2163, Ethel Kate (Ethel) TEMPLE-2165, TEMPLE-79908, Charles Reuel TEMPLE-2164, Maurice V. TEMPLE-2166.