|Sonny TEMPLE(S)15831 died before 1920. Death is assumed due to his absence in 1920. If he survived, he was not with his mother in 1920. Parents: Benjamin R. (Ben) TEMPLES-47246 and Alberta May (Berta) HARRELL-47231.|
Stephen Wyatt (Pete) TEMPLE(S)53874 was born on 12 March 1866 in Meadville, Franklin, MS.981,2296,5263,7454,43411,53875,53876 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Franklin Co., MS.53876 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Franklin Co., MS.5263 In May 1910 Stephen was a farmer in Franklin Co., MS.43411 In February 1920 he was a farmer in Meadville, Franklin, MS.2296,79433 In April 1930 he was a farmer in Franklin Co., MS.7454 In April 1940 Stephen was a farm laborer in Franklin Co., MS.981 He lived RFD # 3 in Meadville, Franklin, MS on 16 February 1942.122414 He died on 9 July 1946 at the age of 80 in Franklin Co., MS.122985 Buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Franklin Co., MS. Appears with the terminal S in the 1900 census and 1910 census. Appears without the terminal S in 1930 and 1940 and in his cemetery marker. Parents: Calvin Lawrence (Calvin) TEMPLE(S)-19058 and Sarah Ann B. (Sarah) MC MANUS-19070.
Spouse: Dora Ann HUTTO-19136. Dora Ann HUTTO and Stephen Wyatt (Pete) TEMPLE(S) were married on 7 March 1895 in Franklin Co., MS.5263,7454,42980,43411,43413 In marriage book 2, p. 139. Children were: Rodney Emerson (Rodney) TEMPLE(S)-19137, Clinton Lewis (Clinton) TEMPLE(S)-19138, Calvin Ray (Ray) TEMPLE(S)-19139, Versa Hillery (Vercie\Pap) TEMPLE-19140, Alden David (Alden) TEMPLE-19141, Morris Lee (Morris) TEMPLE-19142, Clanian Ivenell (Clanian) TEMPLE-19143.
Susan A. TEMPLE(S)904 was born in August 1900 in Marks Creek, Wake, NC.60005 I don't know how they got a birth date after the enumeration of the census, but that's what they wrote. She died in 1920 at the age of 20 in Wake Co., NC.122447 Buried in Hephzibah Baptist Church Cemetery, Wake Co., NC, plot 170. Appears with terminal S in 1900. As she disappears after 1900, she either died, or has been confused with her younger sister, Lalia. Maybe they meant Aug 1899? Parents: James Henry (Jesse/Henry) TEMPLE(S)-17089 and Sarah Helen PEARCE-44799.
Susan Baylor TEMPLE(S)77311 was born on 17 December 1851 in Hernando, De Soto, MS.87798,90305,122986,122987 She appeared in the census in June 1860 in Hernando, De Soto, MS.90305 She appeared in the census in October 1870 in Hernando, De Soto, MS.87798 She may also have been eumerated in Memphis, TN. Susan was ill with yellow fever in October 1878 in Hernando, De Soto, MS.122988 In April 1910 she was a Treasury Department counter in Washington, DC.122986 She lived 2140 Pogue Avenue in Cincinnati, Hamilton, OH in 1927.122987 She was staying in the Home for Incurables. Susan died on 27 June 1927 at the age of 75 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, OH.122987,122989 Died of cancer. Buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, OH, Plot: Garden LN, Section 68, Lot 0, Space 779. Unmarried. Appears with the terminal S in 1910. Parents: Dr. Robert Baylor TEMPLE-5292 and Ann Carrington (Ann) WELLS-5373.
Susan E. TEMPLE(S)19813 was born on 22 October 1872 in Wilkinson Co., GA.65017 She appeared in the census in June 1880 in Bloodworth, Wilkinson, GA.65017 She died on 14 September 1895 at the age of 22 in Blitch, Bulloch, GA.122990 Buried in Upper Mill Creek Cemetery, Blitch, GA. Middle name is possibly Elizabeth, based on the naming of a grand-niece in 1938. Parents: Elder Hudson TEMPLE(S)-34220 and Mariah Manderson CARR-34237.
Susie M. TEMPLE(S) was born in November 1882 in NC.6902,6903,71547,122991 She appeared in the census in June 1900 in Glenmore, Ware, GA.6902 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Waresboro, Ware, GA.71547 Susie appeared in the census in April 1930 in Waresboro, Ware, GA.6903 She died on 3 April 1961 at the age of 78 in Waresboro, Ware, GA.122991,122992 Buried in Kettle Creek Cemetery, Waresboro, Ware, GA. Cemetery records give 3 Apr 1961, but GA death records give 2 Apr 1961. Parents: TEMPLES-120870 and Sarah Alice (Alice) -120871.
Spouse: Francis Barton (Frank) SWEAT-120874. Susie M. TEMPLE(S) and Francis Barton (Frank) SWEAT were married on 1 June 1899 in Ware Co., GA.6902,6903,71549 This may have been a second marriage for Frank. GA marriage records show Frank B. Sweat marrying Clara Hatchett, 29 Oct 1891 in Wayne Co., GA. Children were: Frankie Mae SWEAT-120882, Oren SWEAT-120883, Lucille SWEAT-120879, Elsie A. SWEAT-120875, Gladys SWEAT-120876.
Sylvester TEMPLE(S)8424,122993 was born in September 1837 in Clermont Co., OH.20628,30019,33565,122994 He appeared in the census in November 1850 in Union Twp., Clermont, OH.33565 In June 1860 he was a laborer in Anderson, Hamilton, OH.30019 Sylvester served in the military between 1862 and 1865.122993,122994 He enlisted 27 Aug 1862 in Cincinnati, OH, as a teamster in Company B, 7th OH Cavalry, serving to the end of the war when he was discharged 1 Jul 1865 in Nashville, TN.
SEVENTH OHIO CAVALRY.
This was organized somewhat peculiarly. Under the gloom induced by Buell's retreat, in the summer of 1862, and the movement into Kentucky of Kirby Smith and Heath, Governor Tod, August 25th, ordered the Seventh cavalry, or "River Regiment," to be recruited--one hundred men in each of the counties of Meigs, Washington, Athens, Gallia, Scioto, Adams, Clermont, and Brown, and three hundred in Hamilton county. Within six days sixteen hundred men were enrolled. It rendezvoused at Ripley, and when the enemy's cavalry appeared at Augusta, Kentucky, a few miles below, company E, of the Seventh, procuring some muskets and other small arms, crossed and drove them out, with considerable loss to the invaders, but none to the bold assailants. After Bragg's retreat began, four companies were sent on a scout from Maysville into eastern, Kentucky, and west to Falmouth. November 22d, the First battalion was sent to the field, and joined General Granger's force at Lexington, whence companies A, B, C, and D marched for the first raid into east Tennessee, upon which a rebel regiment guarding a long railway bridge at Zollicoffer's Station was captured without firms a gun, and another force, six miles distant, was taken after a spirited though brief action. Two fine railroad bridges were burned, and much other property destroyed. December 20th the Second battalion entered the field, with General Granger, as also, eleven days later, the Third. February 22, 1863, the entire regiment marched to Richmond, Kentucky, to repel a reported invasion. The latter part of March it joined in a vigorous pursuit of Pegram's cavalry, and engaged it heavily at Dutton hill, on the thirty-first, when a sabre charge by five companies of the Seventh decided the day. May ist it was in another attack upon Pegram, at Monticello, and helped to rout him handsomely. June 9th, at the same place, it again, with other cavalry, attacked and drove out the same pestilent invader. Upon its retirement it was in turn attacked by Pegram, and fought successfully the desperate action at Rocky Gap, for which General Burnside complimented the regiment in orders. June 10th one hundred picked men of the command joined another expedition to destroy the east Tennessee railroads, where immense mischief was done the rebels. In July it engaged in the pursuit of Morgan across Ohio, traversing Hamilton county in its march, via Harrison, Springdale, Glendale, and Manville; and was the first to attack the bold raider in his last stand at Buffington. Colonels Basil Duke and Smith, with their staffs and an escort, surrendered to Colonel Garrard, of the Seventh. September 3d the-regiment entered Knoxville, and assisted in the capture of Cumberland Gap, with its garrison, on the ninth. It marched thence to Carter's Station, and defeated a large force there. It then held a strong post in the mountains east of Knoxville till October tenth, when it took part in the battle of Blue Springs, losing Captain Hyley, of company K, while heading a charge. One of the forts at Knoxville was subsequently named from him. At Bristol, on the Tennessee and Virginia line, an immense amount of supplies and railway property was destroyed by it. At Rogersville, November 6th, it, with a Tennessee regiment and a battery, was fiercely attacked and overpowered by nearly four times the number of the Union force, losing one hundred and twelve men and some of its best officers. Colonel Garrard was in command, and a court of inquiry not only exonerated him from blame, but praised his conduct in the affair. During the siege of Knoxville, the Seventh defended Cumberland Gap, and December 5th joined in pursuit of the retreating enemy, having seven days and nights of almost incessant skirmishing and close fighting. On the twenty-third it drove a force from New Market, and on Christmas, after a long day's hard fight, cut its way out of a largely superior force at Dandridge. For some time in January, 1864, it picketed the fords of the French Broad above that place. On the twenty-seventh it aided in the defeat of two divisions of Wheeler's cavalry at Fair Garden. In May the regiment reached central Kentucky, by rail for east Tennessee, to repel Morgan, and on the twelfth participated in the successful attack upon him at Cynthian, The Seventh alone captured about five hundred prisoners in this fight, but lost some valuable officers and men. Colonel Garrard's brigade, including the Seventh, pursued Morgan vigorously to the mountains of eastern Kentucky. July 4th the regiment started for Atlanta, arriving on the twenty-sixth, and taking active part in the operations that led to the fall of the "Gate City." It encamped at Decatur till October 4th, and then engaged for a month in scouting and foraging for the Atlanta garrison. It was in the pursuit of Hood, and held the left of the Union line tenaciously at the battle of Franklin November 30th. It participated in the battle of Nashville and the subsequent pursuit; spent the winter at Gravelly Springs; aided to destroy rebel railways and iron works the next spring; engaged and defeated Forrest at Plantersville April 1st; and after Lee's surrender scouted northern Georgia to intercept Jefferson Davis. After his capture the Seventh was ordered to Nashville, where it was mustered out on Independence day, 1865. It had numbered, including recruits, one thousand four hundred members, of whom five hundred and sixty were lost by the casualties of war, including a number of its best officers.
Spouse: Ann ELLINGHAM-43991. Ann ELLINGHAM and Sylvester TEMPLE(S) were married on 1 January 1858 in Hamilton Co., OH.30021 They30021 were divorced before 1872. Though no records have been found, the divorce must have occurred because Ann was still alive after 1870, and Sylvester married another woman in 1872. Children were: Sylvanus Ellingham TEMPLE-43990, Benton A. TEMPLE-50528, Clara May (May) TEMPLE-50530.
Spouse: Clarinda (Clara) CHAMBERLIN-60600. Clarinda (Clara) CHAMBERLIN and Sylvester TEMPLE(S) were married on 29 June 1872 in Wells Co., IN.8424,20628 Children were: Minnie Myrtle (Minnie) TEMPLE-66851, Rosetta E. (Rosa) TEMPLE-66843, Nellie Leona TEMPLE(S)-68807, Charles Dependence (Charles) TEMPLE-60586.
Sylvester (Vess) TEMPLE(S) was born on 22 January 1888 in Johnston Co., NC.6972,44878,44879,70151,70153,122996 In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Selma, Johnston, NC.44878 In April 1910 he was a farming in O'Neals Twp., Johnston, NC.44879 In 1917 Sylvester was an operator 21 for Golden Belt Manufacturing Company in Durham, Durham, NC.70153 In January 1920 he was a cigarette factory laborer in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.6972 In April 1930 he was a farm laborer in O'Neals Twp., Johnston, NC.70151 Enumerated as a widower. Sylvester died in 1957 at the age of 69 in Johnston Co., NC.122996 Buried in Watkins Chapel Baptist Church, Oneals Twp., Johnston Co., NC. Appears with terminal S in 1910 and 1930. He was a widower in 1930, which was why his son William was enumerated with his brother Floyd. It is not clear what happened to the other children, but they apparently did not survive. He was the informant on his wife Effie's death certificate. Parents: Charlie G. (Charley) TEMPLE(S)-17139 and Penny Margaret JOHNSON-31151.
Spouse: MC CLELLAND-91809. MC CLELLAND and Sylvester (Vess) TEMPLE(S) were married about 1910.
Spouse: Effie Ellen STANLEY-44705. Effie Ellen STANLEY and Sylvester (Vess) TEMPLE(S) were married on 7 February 1920 in Johnston Co., NC.70154 Children were: TEMPLES-77912, William Lloyd TEMPLE-44704, TEMPLES-77914, Daniel Washington TEMPLE-77915.
Tennessee TEMPLE(S) was born in 1843 in TN.4617,4702 She appeared in the census in September 1850 in Hamilton Co., TN.4702 Parents: Daniel TEMPLE(S)-33608 and Margaret -33596.
Terensia John Allen (Renzy) TEMPLE(S)16282,84699 was born on 13 May 1875 in Davidson Co., NC.10540,16282,40804,47524,49334,49335,49336,49338,49339 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Yadkin, Davidson, NC.40804 In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Reedy Creek, Davidson, NC.47524 In April 1910 Terensia was a farmer in Reedy Creek, Davidson, NC.49335 In 1918 he was a farmer in Lexington, Davidson, NC.49339 In June 1920 he was a farmer in Reedy Creek, Davidson, NC.49336 In April 1930 Terensia was an auto service station operator in Lexington, Davidson, NC.49334 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Lexington, Davidson, NC.49338 He died on 16 June 1961 at the age of 86.16282,122997 Buried in Beulah United Church of Christ Cemetery, Welcome, Davidson, NC. Given as Renzy in 1910 and Rinzie in 1920. His name was given as TEMPELS in 1910. His parents were both from NC. Surname with terminal S in his WWI draft registration and 1920. Enumerated as Terensia J.A. Temple in 1880, I wonder if this is due to confusion with Mary Ann Koontz's first daughter from her first marriage. His son David knew him as Renzy, giving him as the person who would always know where David was when he registered for the WWII draft, saying his father was R.J. Temple. Parents: Davidson R. TEMPLE-10012 and Mary Ann KOONTZ-10016.
Spouse: Malinda (Lincy) LEONARD-24138. Malinda (Lincy) LEONARD and Terensia John Allen (Renzy) TEMPLE(S) were married in 1899 in NC.49334,49335 Gave 1901 in 1910. Children were: Reverend Dewey Lowe (Dewey) TEMPLE-24139, David Webster TEMPLE-54268, John Lester (J.L.) TEMPLE-24159, Charlie Barney (Charlie) TEMPLE-24160, George Allen TEMPLE-24161, Mary G. TEMPLE-44564.
Spouse: Mary STAFFORD-24158.
Theodrick Jerome TEMPLE(S)122998 was born on 5 April 1914 in Warren, Bradley, AR.7404,46600,53701,56028,56033,122999,123000 He appeared in the census in February 1920 in Pennington, Bradley, AR.56028 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Pennington, Bradley, AR.46600 In April 1940 Theodrick was a welder in Shreveport, Caddo, LA.53701 He lived 218 West 5th Street in New Albany, Floyd, IN on 30 April 1940.123000 He lived 214 West 73rd Street in Shreveport, Caddo, LA on 10 July 1940.123000 In October 1940 Theodrick was an employee of Southland Paper Mills in Herty, Angelina, TX.123000 He lived 217 Oakl Street in Lufkin, Angelina, TX on 16 October 1940.123000 He lived 203 West 72nd Street in Shreveport, Caddo, LA on 31 January 1941.123000 Theodrick lived in Springhill, Webster, LA on 13 March 1941.123000 He lived 929 East Court Avenue in Jeffersonville, Clark, IN on 18 April 1941.123000 He lived 620 Maple Street in Jeffersonville, Clark, IN on 26 July 1941.123000 Theodrick lived Magnolia Trailer Park in Panama City Beach, Bay, FL on 22 January 1942.123000 He died on 16 May 1993 at the age of 79 in Warren, Bradley, AR.7404,122999 Buried in Oakland Cemetery, Warren, Bradley, AR. Appears without the terminal S in SSDI and 1940 but without it in his WWII draft registration and earlier censuses.
Not sure what his story was, but of the 1700 WWII draft registrations reviewed, he held the record for the number of times he moved between Oct 1940 and 1942. There were so many address changes that it was hard to make sure the dates and addresses were properly matched up. It is not clear that his wife and family moved with him. Parents: James Thomas (James) TEMPLE(S)-20921 and Effie MORRIS-26691.
Theresa TEMPLE(S)24753 was born in 1847/8 in Chatham Co., NC.32724,32725 She appeared in the census in October 1850 in Chatham Co., NC.32727 She appeared in the census in June 1860 in Grove, Chatham, NC.32725,122512 Theresa appeared in the census in July 1870 in Pittsboro, Chatham, NC.32728 She died. An evidence of the phonetic spelling in the census is her name's spelling of "Theresor." Parents: Marmaduke TEMPLE(S)-16960 and Martha Ann FOUSHEE-16974.
Thomas TEMPLE(S)1393 was born in 1809 in NC.61461 He appeared in the census in 1830 in Davidson Co., NC.56924 In October 1850 he was a farmer in Graham, Jefferson, IN.61461 Thomas has reference number RLT # N9.8558 He died. Appears with the terminal S in his marriage records. Parents: Needham (Neadem) TEMPLE(S)-9786 and Elizabeth -23193.
Spouse: Catherine PORCH-10009. Catherine PORCH and Thomas TEMPLE(S) were married on 8 December 1829 in Davidson Co., NC.37894,37896 Children were: Ephraim J. TEMPLE(S)-38395, William T. TEMPLE(S)-38396, Amanda M. TEMPLES-38394, Elizabeth TEMPLE-38390, Wiley Richard (Dick) TEMPLES-38391, Lucy A. TEMPLE-38392, Benjamin Franklin TEMPLE-38393.
Thomas TEMPLE(S) was born in 1841 in GA.5191 He appeared in the census in December 1850 in Barbour Co., AL.5191,5193 Parents: TEMPLES-105084 and Mary -105079.
Thomas TEMPLE(S) was born in October 1874 in IL.6471,26825 Gave 1876 in 1880. He moved in 1876 in MO.26823 Moved to live with Richard and Agnes Deason. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Liberty, Stoddard, MO.26825 Enumerated with Richard and Agnes Deason, her uncle and aunt. In June 1900 Thomas was a farm laborer in Liberty, Stoddard, MO.6471 His parents were both from IL in 1880, but both from MO in 1900. Appears with the terminal S in 1900. Parents: Jesse TEMPLE-29381 and Delilah DEASON-29385.
Thomas J. (Tom) TEMPLE(S) was born in March 1852 in KY.43230,43231,43232,69787,122418,123001 Gave Mar 1844 in 1900. Gave 1860 in 1910. He appeared in the census in July 1870 in Allen Co., KY.45274 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Glasgow, Barren, KY.69787 Enumerated living with his brother James. In June 1900 Thomas was a farmer in Temple Hill, Barren, KY.43232 In April 1910 he was a tobacco farm laborer in Glasgow, Barren, KY.43231 In January 1920 he was a laborer in Glasgow, Barren, KY.43230 Thomas died on 16 October 1932 at the age of 80 in Hopkinsville, Christian, KY.16249,123001,123002 Died of chronic myocarditis. Buried in Western State Hospital Cemetery, Hopkinsville, KY. Appears with the terminal S in 1870. He did not know where he was born, nor did he know his parents' birthplaces other than that they were born in the US, except in 1910 when he said they were both from KY. For some reason he was missed in the 1930 census, though his wife was enumerated. Parents: Daniel TEMPLE(S)-30821 and Milly Ann (Milly) CARTER-30822.
Spouse: Elizabeth (Lizzie) HURLBERT-52844. Elizabeth (Lizzie) HURLBERT and Thomas J. (Tom) TEMPLE(S) were married on 27 February 1883 in Glasgow, Barren, KY.43229,43231,43234 Children were: Mary F. (Polly) TEMPLE-52848, Joseph E. (Joe) TEMPLE-52846, Nancy J. TEMPLE-52849, Robert Lee TEMPLE-52845.
Thomas Jackson TEMPLE(S)33150,36857 was born on 27 July 1847 in Columbia, Marion, MS.22,5654,6050,39246,42991,42992,42993,42994,123003 He appeared in the census in July 1860 in Columbia, Marion, MS.39246 He served in the military between 1861 and 1865. Served in the Confederacy, probably in A Company, 18 MS Cavalry. Surrendered at Brookhaven, MS. In June 1870 Thomas was a farmer in Cheneyville, Rapides, LA.6050 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Crockett, Houston, TX.42993 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Crockett, Houston, TX.42994 Gave no occupation in 1900. Thomas appeared in the census in April 1910 in Temple, Bell, TX.42991 He lived in Crockett, Houston, TX in 1918.100859 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Crockett, Houston, TX.42992 Thomas died on 25 December 1925 at the age of 78 in Houston Co., TX.123003,123004,123005 Died of cardio-vascular renal disease. Buried in Evergreen Memorial Park, Crockett, TX. His parents were both from MS. Appears with the terminal S in 1880. He applied for a Texas CSA pension, application A-35726. His death certificate said he was the son of James and Elizabeth (Cook) Temples, and gave his birth place as Marion Co., MS. It said he was a farmer. However, as noted in his father's information, the children of James and his brother Jacob are confusing, and no children were found for Elizabeth (Cook) Temple. He was enumerated living with his uncle Jones Temple in 1860, and this may reflect a problem with his father's ability to keep track of all his kids if his wife had died early. Parents: James TEMPLE(S)-17178 and Elizabeth COOK-17187.
Spouse: Ellen Nora (Eleanor) HUMPHRIES-52725. Ellen Nora (Eleanor) HUMPHRIES and Thomas Jackson TEMPLE(S) were married on 26 August 1868 in Caldwell Parish, LA.22,42991,42994,42997 Claimed 31 years in 1900, but 39 years of marriage in 1910. Recorded in Caldwell Parish marriage book B, p. 19. Children were: William James TEMPLE Sr.-52726, Washletta (Tillie) TEMPLE-52727, Carolee (Carrie) TEMPLE-52728, John Edward TEMPLE-52729, Daisy Lillian TEMPLE-82741, Jesse Mac (Jess) TEMPLE-52730, Andrew S. (Dock) TEMPLE-52732, Ella TEMPLE-52731, Benjamin Franklin (Bennie) TEMPLE-52738.
Thomas Jefferson (Tom) TEMPLE(S)14367,61470 was born on 19 November 1887 in Potts Camp, Marshall, MS.14369,14370,46719,46720,78078,123006,123007,123008 Temple People Vol. 1 gave Nov 1886, but his draft registration gave 1887. In 1910, though, he claimed his age was 20. In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Yalobusha Co., MS.14369 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Yalobusha Co., MS.14370 Thomas served in the military about 1917 in Yalobusha Co., MS.78078 Registered for the World War I draft. In 1917 he was a car carpenter for the I.C. Railroad in Water Valley, Yalobusha, MS.46719 In January 1920 he was a railroad carpenter in Memphis, Shelby, TN.46720 In April 1930 Thomas was a railroad car repairer in Memphis, Shelby, TN.46721 He died on 12 October 1979 at the age of 91 in Memphis, Shelby, TN.123007,123009 Buried in Memphis Memory Gardens, Memphis, TN. Middle initial is sometimes given as B.
His parents were from TN (father) and MS (mother), except in 1920, when his parents were both from MS. Appears with the terminal S in 1920 and without in 1930.
Spouse: Lou Anna (Allie) KIMZEY-61666. Lou Anna (Allie) KIMZEY and Thomas Jefferson (Tom) TEMPLE(S) were married on 19 December 1912.46716,46721 Children were: Martha M. TEMPLE(S)-61667, Thomas Allen (Tom) TEMPLE-61668.
Thomas John (John) TEMPLE(S) was born in May 1869 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.5013,7147,15368,15369,20066,20067,20069,46536,123010,123011 Gave his age as 40 in 1910. Gave his age as 49 in 1920. Gave his birth month and year in 1900 as Mar 1872, but the year at least had to be wrong, since he appears in the 1870 censuses having been born in 1869. Gave 1871 in 1880. So it seems reasonable, given his own uncertainty, that cemetery records gave 11 Oct 1870, which was picked up in his SSACI. He appeared in the census in August 1870 in Gulf, Chatham, NC.7147 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Gap, Montgomery, AR.15371 In June 1900 Thomas was a farmer in Jackson, Union, NC.5013 In April 1910 he was a cotton mill picker in Jackson, Union, NC.46536 He lived RFD 1 in Waxhaw, Union, NC in 1917.123012 In January 1920 Thomas was a farmer in Jackson, Union, NC.20066 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Great Falls, Chester, SC.20067 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Rossville, Chester, SC.20069 Thomas died on 17 March 1946 at the age of 76 in Waxhaw, Union, NC.15368,123011 Buried in Waxhaw Baptist Church Cemetery, Waxhaw, NC. Appears with the terminal S in 1880 and 1920. Appears without the Terminal S in 1910 and 1940. He also appears as John Thomas Temple(s). Parents: John Henry (John) TEMPLE(S)-16972 and Martha A. BOYD-38449.
Spouse: Lillie Mae CARTER-40592. Lillie Mae CARTER and Thomas John (John) TEMPLE(S) were married about 1913 in NC. Children were: Willie M. TEMPLES-40593, Annie Lee TEMPLE-40594, Grace Margaret TEMPLE-40595, Elizabeth TEMPLES-51448, Thomas John (J.T.) TEMPLE Jr.-45128.
Spouse: Addie Wilma (Ida) KEZIAH-40598. Addie Wilma (Ida) KEZIAH and Thomas John (John) TEMPLE(S) were married in 1888 in NC.5013 Children were: Levy Durant (Lee E.) TEMPLE-40601, Pearl TEMPLE(S)-40602, Ola TEMPLE-40603, William Claud (Bill) TEMPLE(S)-40604, Blondie B. TEMPLE(S)-40605, Everett M. TEMPLE(S)-40606, Sallie Mae TEMPLES-40596, Loma TEMPLES-40597.
Thomas M. TEMPLE(S) was born in 1848 in TN.4617,4620,4702,17177 Gave 1846 in 1880. He appeared in the census in September 1850 in Hamilton Co., TN.4702 He appeared in the census in July 1860 in Hamilton Co., TN.4620 Thomas served in the military between 1862 and 1865.123013 Enlisted in Company C, 5th TN Int. on 22 Feb 1862, attaining corporal before his discharge on 4 Apr 1865. He moved before 1872 in AR. In June 1880 he was a farmer in Harrison, Boone, AR.17177 Thomas appeared in the census in 1890 in Johnson Co., TX.123013 He died before 1900 at the age of 52 in TX. Identification of Thomas M. Temple as Thomas, son of Daniel and Margaret Temple(s), is based on lack of other alternatives, timing and location of birth, and therefore requires proof.
Spouse: UNKNOWN-55710. UNKNOWN and Thomas M. TEMPLE(S) were married about 1866. Children were: George TEMPLES-45722, Joseph Baxter (Joe) TEMPLE-45723, Leonard E. TEMPLE-45724, Ora Belle (Ora) TEMPLE-45725.
Spouse: Mary Jane BROWN-45730. Mary Jane BROWN and Thomas M. TEMPLE(S) were married about 1875. Children were: James Theodore (Jim) TEMPLE-45718, Leonidas Kirby (Lonnie) TEMPLE(S)-45731, Mollie Clementine TEMPLE-45733, Thomas Elgie (Thomas) TEMPLE-45732, Floyd A. TEMPLES-84902, Yater TEMPLES-84901.
Thomas Wayne (Thomas) TEMPLE(S)123014 was born on 30 November 1936 in Monette, Craighead, AR.41500,122282,122284,123014 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Buffalo Twp., Craighead, AR.41500 He lived in CA before 1951.123015 Thomas moved in 1951 in Placer Co., CA.106773 He lived in Auburn, Placer, CA in 1957.116823 He lived in CA in 1978.123016 Thomas lived in Penryn, Placer, CA in 2001.123015 He died on 23 December 2001 at the age of 65 in Sacramento, Sacramento, CA.106773,123015,123017 Buried in Newcastle Cemetery, Newcastle, CA. He dropped the terminal S after 1950. Parents: Alfred Johnnie (Alfred) TEMPLES-41763 and Hazel Thelma HOLLAND-53272.
Spouse: Yvonne TEMPLE-67801. Yvonne TEMPLE and Thomas Wayne (Thomas) TEMPLE(S) were married in 1955.122282 Despite their surnames, they were not related. They122282 were divorced in May 1973 in Placer Co., CA.122282 They122282 were married on 9 April 1974 in Reno, Washoe, NV.8715,122284 Yvonne and Thomas8715,122284 were divorced in January 1975 in Placer Co., CA.122284 Children were: Nicholas TEMPLE-67807, Steven Wayne TEMPLE-67815, Gerald TEMPLE-67808, Marcia Thelma TEMPLE-67809.
Spouse: Amelia Jane THOMPSON-67799.
Spouse: Patricia May TIBBETTS-67800.
Tillman George (Tillman) TEMPLE(S)19668 was born on 1 October 1882 in SC.19671,35427,35428,67314,67315,67317,123018 Gave 1885 in 1930 and 1884 in 1910. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Germanville, Saluda, SC.35427 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Germanville, Saluda, SC.35428 In 1918 Tillman was a farmer in Batesburg, Lexington, SC.67317 In January 1920 he was a farmer in Germanville, Saluda, SC.67315 In April 1930 he was a laborer in Saluda, Saluda, SC.67314 In April 1940 Tillman was a city government bricklayer in West Columbia, Lexington, SC.19671 He lived 633 Center Street in West Columbia, Lexington, SC in 1952.50019 He died in September 1969 at the age of 86 in Cayce, Lexington, SC.123018 Buried in Leesville-Wittenburg Lutheran Cemetery, SC. His parents were both from SC. Appears without the terminal S in SSDI and in 1940, but with it in his WWI draft registration. Gave himself as George Tillman Temples in the registration. Parents: William Albert (William) TEMPLES-34383 and Julia Ann (Julia) GOFF-34398.
Spouse: Leila Hassie (Hassie) SHEALY-48495. Leila Hassie (Hassie) SHEALY and Tillman George (Tillman) TEMPLE(S) were married in 1906 in SC.67314 Children were: Julia B. (Grace) TEMPLES-41297, K. Hoyt TEMPLE(S)-41298, Olive Mc Dow (Ollie) TEMPLES-56451, Georgie Nellie TEMPLE-41299.
Spouse: Mary Ellen LIVINGSTON-87783. Mary Ellen LIVINGSTON and Tillman George (Tillman) TEMPLE(S) were married before 1940.
Tina B. (Tiny) TEMPLE(S) was born on 22 March 1884 in KY.6845,32627,32697,123019 Gave Mar 1886 in 1900. She appeared in the census in June 1900 in Liberty, Saline, MO.6845 Enumerated living with her grandparents, Henry and Sarah Speer. She lived in Sweet Springs, Saline, MO in 1904.32697 Tina appeared in the census in April 1910 in Columbia, Boone, MO.32627 She died on 22 July 1949 at the age of 65 in Kansas City, Jackson, MO.123019 Buried in Machpelah Cemetery, Lexington, MO. Her parents were from KY (father) and TN (mother) in 1900, and both from KY in 1910. Appeared with the terminal S in 1900, and without in 1910. By 1910, she had had 4 children, 3 of whom survived. Parents: James Harvey TEMPLE(S)-33884 and C. Belle SPEER-37968.
Spouse: William F. FOSTER-80773. Tina B. (Tiny) TEMPLE(S) and William F. FOSTER were married on 9 October 1904 in Sweet Springs, Saline, MO.32697 Children were: Earle FOSTER-80774, Raymond FOSTER-80775, Clarence FOSTER-80776, Laverne FOSTER-104438, Juanita FOSTER-104439.
Tobey B. TEMPLE(S) was born on 17 May 1899 in GA.17522,65149,83967 Gave May 1898 in 1900. Gave 1901 in 1910. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Jakin, Early, GA.83967 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Douglas Crossroads Twp., Henry, AL.17522 Tobey died on 16 March 1920 at the age of 20 in Early Co., GA.65149,123020 Buried in Cedar Springs (Mosley) Cemetery, Early Co., GA. Some interpret his name as Jobie. Parents: Richard Woodson (Woodson) TEMPLES-72482 and Edith Franklin (Fannie) VANN-72488.
Troy T. TEMPLE(S)43687 was born in 1815 in Wake Co., NC.20173,20177 He moved before 1838 in Pickens Co., AL.123021 He moved between 1850 and 1860 in Henderson Co., TX.123021 In December 1850 Troy was a farmer in Pickens Co., AL.20176 In July 1860 he was a farmer in Henderson Co., TX.20177 He delegate to a Baptist convention in October 1868 in Henderson Co., TX.123022 He was the delegate representing the Mt. Olive Predestinarian Baptist Church of Henderson Co., TX to the 13th annual session of their Union Association. Troy died before 1870 at the age of 55.20173 He has reference number RLT # W101.49083 Enumerated with the terminal S in 1850. Parents: Reverend Burwell TEMPLE(S)-16106 and Harriott IVEY-16999.
Spouse: Judah (Judy) CARVER-17023. Judah (Judy) CARVER and Troy T. TEMPLE(S) were married about 1837.20173 Children were: William B. TEMPLE(S)-17024, Harriet E. TEMPLE-17025, John Haywood TEMPLE-17026, Nancy A. TEMPLE(S)-17029, Mary J. TEMPLE(S)-17027, Martha E. TEMPLE-17028, Joseph M. TEMPLE-17030, Sarah Alice (Alice) TEMPLE-17031, Henry (Harry) TEMPLE-17032.
Vera (Sis) TEMPLE(S) was born on 9 September 1914 in Phenix City, Russell, AL.6082,37477,37478,123023 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Girard, Russell, AL.37477 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Phenix City, Russell, AL.37478 In April 1940 Vera was a cotton mill weaver in Phenix City, Russell, AL.123023 She lived in Columbus, Muscogee, GA in 2001.31367 She lived in Acworth, Cobb, GA before 2009.31369 Vera died on 24 February 2009 at the age of 94 in Columbus, Muscogee, GA.6082,31368,31369 Buried in Parkhill Cemetery, Columbus, GA. Appears without the terminal S in 1930. Parents: Sanford James (Bud) TEMPLE(S)-48017 and Adell Odessa HALL-48018.
Verna TEMPLE(S) was born in June 1899 in GA.21023 She appeared in the census in June 1900 in Columbus, Muscogee, GA.21023 She died before 1910 at the age of 11. Death is assumed since she was absent from the 1910 census. Parents: Jonathan Henry (John) TEMPLES-47248 and Leona (Lonnie) CHEEKS-47249.
Violet Elmira TEMPLE(S) was born on 22 March 1928 in Vallonia, Washington, IN.15158,15160,123024 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Vernon, Jennings, IN.15158 She appeared in the census in April 1940 in Jefferson Twp., Washington, IN.15160 Violet lived in Seymour, Jackson, IN in 1965.15163 She died on 9 September 2018 at the age of 90 in Brownstown, Jackson, IN.16000 Appears without the terminal S in 1940. Parents: Clarence Wert (Jargo) TEMPLE-45878 and Effie Mae (May) BOWERS-52643.
W. TEMPLE(S) was born in 1860 in GA.122344 He appeared in the census in July 1870 in Covington Co., AL.122344 Parents: James TEMPLE(S)-34550 and Catherine (Caty) EATON-34561.
Walter Caswell TEMPLE(S) was born on 2 March 1916 in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC.222,3653,8359,13871,70163,123025,123026,123027 Gave his age as 13 in 1930. Birth records put the date in Dec 1915, and the discrepancy is not understood. He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC.70163 In April 1930 he was a farm laborer in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.8359 In April 1940 Walter was a farm operator in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.3653 He lived in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC in October 1940.123026 He lived in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC in 1995.123028 Walter died on 10 January 1995 at the age of 78 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC.222,13871,123028 Buried in Four Oaks Town Cemetery, Four Oaks, Johnston, NC. Appears with the terminal S in birth records but without in his WWII draft registration and his SSAN application. Some versions of his middle initial make it an L. Parents: Jethro H. TEMPLE-33447 and Mary E. STANLEY-40084.
Spouse: Mada Viola (Madie) TEMPLE-40543. Mada Viola (Madie) TEMPLE and Walter Caswell TEMPLE(S) were married on 24 January 1938 in Johnston Co., NC.8403 They were 3rd cousins. Children were: Mary Elaine TEMPLE-77924.
Walter Perry TEMPLE(S) Sr. was born on 8 June 1879 in Girard, Russell, AL.6082,21142,33100,33101,92990,92991,123029,123030 In his SSAN application, he put the date in 1878, but that conflicts with his brother John. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Girard, Russell, AL.33100 In June 1900 he was a day laborer in Girard, Russell, AL.33101 In April 1910 Walter was a cattle dealer in Columbus, Muscogee, GA.92991 In 1918 he was a cattle dealer in Columbus, Muscogee, GA.123029 In January 1920 he was a livestock salesman in Columbus, Muscogee, GA.92990 Walter died on 10 January 1948 at the age of 68 in Augusta, Richmond, GA.6082,21142,106469 Buried in Girard Cemetery, Phenix, AL. Appears without the terminal S in 1900 and in his WWI draft registration. His parents were both from AL. Identification of Walter P. Temple(s), husband of Anna M., as the son of Benjamin K. and Ginnie Eugenia Temples is based on timing, name, location, and no other known Walter Temples with the same parameters, and therefore requires proof. Parents: Benjamin Karl (Ben) TEMPLES-47254 and Virginia Eugenia (Eugenia) FRAZIER-48016.
Spouse: Anna M. TENEDA-56695. Anna M. TENEDA and Walter Perry TEMPLE(S) Sr. were married in 1900.92991,106469 Gave 1897 in 1930. Children were: Walter Perry TEMPLE Jr.-56696, Thalmer Eugene TEMPLE-56694, Gertha Loy (Gerthie) TEMPLE-56697, Lyra Frances (Lyra) TEMPLE-56690.
Walter T. TEMPLE(S) was born on 14 February 1894 in MO.28232,28233,123031,123032 Cemetery records place the date in 1897, but he claimed it in 1894 for his SSAN application. He lived in Arbyrd, Dunklin, MO in 1917.123033 In February 1920 he was a shoe mill laborer in Clay, Dunklin, MO.123034 Enumerated next door to Julia, former wife of Logan J. Temples. Walter lived in Duncan Co., AR on 1 April 1935.28233 He moved about 1937 in Mt. Morris, Genesee, MI. He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Mt. Morris, Genesee, MI.28233 Walter died on 4 December 1973 at the age of 79 in Dunklin Co., MO.28232 Buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Independence Twp., MO. Appears with the terminal S in 1920 and in cemetery records, but without it in his marriage license and in 1940. Although he seems pretty clearly to be the brother of Jonathan Logan Temple, Sr., based on timing, location and proximity, this requires proof. Since neither seems to have appeared in the 1900 or 1910 censuses, their parentage is uncertain and they may be cousins. Parents: TEMPLE-88296 and UNKNOWN-88297.
Spouse: Mary Bell DOUGHTRY-88303. Mary Bell DOUGHTRY and Walter T. TEMPLE(S) were married after 1922. Children were: Ruby TEMPLE-88304, Martha TEMPLE-88305, Charles William (Chuck) TEMPLES-88306, Robert (Bob) TEMPLE-88307, Betty TEMPLES-88314, Judy TEMPLES-88315, Henry TEMPLE-88316, Joe TEMPLES-88317.
Spouse: Beatrice WEAVER-88299. Beatrice WEAVER and Walter T. TEMPLE(S) were married on 17 April 1917 in Arbyrd, Dunklin, MO.123033,123035 Children were: W.T. TEMPLES-88300, J.C. TEMPLES-82594, Herbert Frank TEMPLE-88302.
Wesley TEMPLE(S) was born in 1833 in NC.6446 In August 1850 he was a laborer in Summerville, Chattooga, GA.6446 Parents: William TEMPLE(S)-134882 and Rebecca -141153.
Wheeler TEMPLE(S)36188 was born on 29 May 1898 in Jones Co., MS.3155,4034,7439,123036,123037 Gave his age as 21 in 1920. Death records and WWI draft registration gave 1898. In May 1910 he was a farmer in Jones Co., MS.3155 In 1918 he was a farmer in Winnsboro, Franklin, LA.123037 In March 1920 Wheeler was a farmer in Franklin Parish, LA.7439 He died on 4 April 1920 at the age of 21 in Franklin Parish, LA.123036 Not enumerated with the family in 1900, although he was living at the time. His name appears spelled Whaler in 1920. Name appears in the LA death records with the terminal S. Parents: William L. TEMPLE(S) Jr.-20771 and Zilpha J. -20773.
Wilbur Clifton (Clifton) TEMPLE(S) was born on 3 April 1927 in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC.11095,13837,13839,90115,123038 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.13837 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.13839 Wilbur served in the military in 1946.90115 When he registered for the draft on 31 Jul 1946, he noted he had just been discharged from the Navy. He lived Rte 2 in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC in 1946.90115 He died on 8 August 2011 at the age of 84 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC.11095 Buried in Blackman Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Four Oaks, NC. He may have been a brother or cousin of Helen Temple, who also married a Barefoot in Harnett Co., NC. Parents: Floyd Ransom (Floyd) TEMPLE-44688 and Ida BLACKMAN-44689.
Spouse: Mary Louise (Louise) BAREFOOT-81007. Mary Louise (Louise) BAREFOOT and Wilbur Clifton (Clifton) TEMPLE(S) were married on 17 January 1948 in Johnston Co., NC.11093 Children were: Sandra Dianne (Dianne) TEMPLE-81008.
Wilbur Wells (Wilbur) TEMPLE(S) was born on 31 December 1909 in Johnston Co., NC.3653,8358,8360,30101,123039,123040,123041 Put the date in 1910 for his WWII draft registration. He appeared in the census in May 1910 in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.8360 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC.8358 In April 1930 Wilbur was a farmer in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.30101 In April 1940 he was a farm renter in Ingrams, Johnston, NC.3653 He lived in Four Oaks, Johnston, NC in 1982.123040 Wilbur died on 17 February 1982 at the age of 72 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC.222,123040,123042 Buried in Bethel Original Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery, Four Oaks, NC. Name given as Wilbert in 1930 and Wilburn in 1940. Appears with terminal S in 1930 and marriage papers, but without in his WWII draft registration and 1940. Parents: Junius Starling (Junius) TEMPLE(S)-31144 and Betty Ellen (Bettie) ALLEN-31150.
Spouse: Jewell E. -83061. Jewell E. and Wilbur Wells (Wilbur) TEMPLE(S) were married.
Wiley TEMPLE(S)7437 was born in 1877 in Jones Co., MS.23464 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Jones Co., MS.23464 He died. He might be William Riley Temple, who married Alice and was a logger in Bay Springs, MS, in 1918. Parents: William L. TEMPLE(S) Jr.-20771 and Annis C. (Annie) REEVES-20772.
William TEMPLE(S) appears in the land records on 10 May 1861 in Miller Co., AR.19916 He died on 2 February 1929 in Miller Co., AR.25604 Appears in the land records with the terminal S. His death date may be confused with another William Temple who died in Miller Co., AR in 1939.
William TEMPLE(S) was born between 1800 and 1810.55648 William is possibly a son of John, b 1765-1784, who in turn is a possible son of Benjamin b 1765, son of William and Elizabeth (Chambliss) Temple. It is interesting that the children of William correspond exactly to two children of Allen and Nancy (Riddle) Temple(s) and are therefore suspect. Appears with the terminal S in the marriage records.
William TEMPLE(S) was born in 1807 in NC.1155,6446,123043,123044 In August 1850 he was a shoemaker in Summerville, Chattooga, GA.6446 In July 1860 he was a mechanic in Chattooga, Chattooga, GA.123043 In July 1870 William was a farmer in Sulphur Fork Twp., Lafayette, AR.123044 He has reference number RLT # (None).44230 Appears with the terminal S in 1870 census. He might be the widower of Aseneth Bishop. Because of the limited number of Temples in Chatooga Co., GA, he must also be related to the line of William and Dorcas (Oglesby) Temple, but he is not their son William (based on conflicting census reports).
William TEMPLE(S)1907,56285 was born in 1820 in Randolph Co., NC. He appeared in the census in 1840 in Guilford Co., NC.14564 He died on 27 March 1868 at the age of 48 in TN. Parents: Needham (Neadem) TEMPLE(S)-9786 and Mary (Polly) FOUTS-9787.
Spouse: Letitia Jane (Jane) GATES-51930. Letitia Jane (Jane) GATES and William TEMPLE(S) were married on 26 March 1849 in Guilford Co., NC.14564,18953 Children were: William Douglas TEMPLES-34786, Elizabeth TEMPLE-107044, Mary TEMPLES-83250, Charles Wesley (Charlie) TEMPLE(S)-34787.
William TEMPLE(S) was born in 1834 in TN.4617,4702 In September 1850 he was a farmer in Hamilton Co., TN.4702 Parents: Daniel TEMPLE(S)-33608 and Margaret -33596.
William TEMPLE(S)44417 was born in 1846 in MO.5012,6933,44417,44418 He appeared in the census in September 1850 in Castor, Stoddard, MO.44418 He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Castor, Stoddard, MO.6933 In June 1870 William was a farmer in Castor, Stoddard, MO.5012 Appears with the terminal S in 1870. Parents: Samuel TEMPLE(S)-35428 and Rebecca JINKINS-45143.
Spouse: Mary E. -55635. Mary E. and William TEMPLE(S) were married.
William A. TEMPLE(S) was born in 1863 in GA.21636 In June 1880 he was a farm laborer in Jerusalem Twp., Pickens, GA.21636 He died. Appears with the terminal S in 1880. Did not appear with the family in 1870. Parents: William Edward TEMPLE(S)-49003 and Francis (Fannie) CLARK-49004.
William Alfred (William) TEMPLE(S)123046 was born on 8 December 1859 in Chatham Co., NC.32725,41113,74950,74951,74952,87299,123047 He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Grove, Chatham, NC.32725 He appeared in the census in July 1870 in Pittsboro, Chatham, NC.32728 In June 1900 William was a merchant in Chapel Hill, Orange, NC.87299 In April 1910 he was a grocery store keeper in Chapel Hill, Orange, NC.74950 In January 1920 he was an oil refinery guard in Port Arthur, Jefferson, TX.74951 In April 1930 William was an oil refinery watchman in Port Arthur, Jefferson, TX.74952 He lived 636 Shreveport Street in Port Arthur, Jefferson, TX in 1935.123048 He died on 18 September 1935 at the age of 75 in Port Arthur, Jefferson, TX.9207,123047,123048 Died of coronary thrombosis. Buried in Greenlawn Memorial Park, Groves, TX. Appeared without the terminal S in 1910. Appeared with middle initial J in later censuses. Parents: Marmaduke TEMPLE(S)-16960 and Martha Ann FOUSHEE-16974.
Spouse: Fannie Emeline (Fannie) WORTHAM-33247. Fannie Emeline (Fannie) WORTHAM and William Alfred (William) TEMPLE(S) were married in 1884 in NC.74950,87299 Children were: Wade Hampton (Wade) TEMPLE-33248, Effie Ann TEMPLE-33249, Nellie TEMPLE-33250, Vallie TEMPLE-33251, William Wortham TEMPLE Sr.-33252, Carl Edward TEMPLE-33255, Adolph Vermont (Dolph) TEMPLE-33256.
William Alonzo (William) TEMPLE(S)31543 was born on 23 September 1859 in Hickory, Newton, MS.4550,31544,123049 Gave Jul 1860 in the 1860 census, but cemetery records put the date in September. While the cemetery records concluded that meant September 1860, he was enumerated in the July 1860 census, probably placing the date in Sep 1859. He appeared in the census in July 1860 in Hickory, Newton, MS.31544,109967,109968 In June 1900 he was a constable in Hickory, Newton, MS.109967 In April 1910 William was an US Mail postmaster in Hickory, Newton, MS.109968 He died on 11 July 1915 at the age of 55 in Hickory, Newton, MS.4550,80108,118543 Buried in Ferguson Cemetery, Hickory, MS. Terminal S appears in the 1900 census and in cemetery records, but without it in 1910. His parents were from GA (father) and MS (mother) in 1900, but both from MS in 1910. Parents: William Albert TEMPLE-47545 and Permelia Ann (Ann) FERGUSON-47552.
Spouse: Laura F. TIDWELL-47555. Laura F. TIDWELL and William Alonzo (William) TEMPLE(S) were married on 18 August 1889 in Newton Co., MS.17794 In marriage book 3, p. 30. Children were: James Otho (Otho) TEMPLE(S)-47556, Myrtie Bell (Mirdie) TEMPLE-47557, Vera A. TEMPLE-47564, Secrette TEMPLE(S)-47558, William Hubert (Jack) TEMPLE-47559.
William B. TEMPLE(S) was born in 1836 in GA.5191 In December 1850 he was a farmer in Barbour Co., AL.5193 Parents: TEMPLES-105084 and Mary -105079.
William B. TEMPLE(S)20173 was born in 1838 in AL.20175,20176 He appeared in the census in December 1850 in Pickens Co., AL.20176 In August 1870 he was a farm laborer in Henderson Co., TX.20175 William died before 1880 at the age of 42. Appears with the terminal S in 1850. He apparently did not use it, and appears consistently without it.
His presence in Smith County, TX has resulted in his data being confused with that of William Byston Temple. The probate abstract of Andrew Dunn's estate indicates that although his daughter Elizabeth was married to William B. Temple of Henderson Co., TX, the children were of William's deceased wife Sarah C. Parents: Troy T. TEMPLE(S)-17001 and Judah (Judy) CARVER-17023.
Spouse: Sarah C. -63272. Sarah C. and William B. TEMPLE(S) were married about 1858.
Spouse: Elizabeth DUNN-55171. Elizabeth DUNN and William B. TEMPLE(S) were married on 27 October 1867 in Smith Co., TX.28920 They28920 were married before 1870. Children were: William G. TEMPLE-63270, James Henry (Bud) TEMPLE-54275, Elizabeth E. TEMPLE-63271.
William B. TEMPLE(S) was born in 1847 in FL.9848,9850,122323 Gave 1850 in 1860. He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Quincy, Gadsden, FL.9849 He appeared in the census in July 1870 in Gadsden Co., FL.9848 In June 1880 William was a laborer in Gadsden Co., FL.9850 In April 1910 he was a farmer in Wetumpka, Gadsden, FL.122323 He died. Appears with the terminal S in 1860, 1880 and 1910. Unmarried. Parents: William C. TEMPLE(S)-34092 and Elizabeth ATWELL-60206.
William B. (Bud) TEMPLE(S)123050 was born on 28 March 1855 in Jones Co., MS.1764,1765,8827,23464,23465,23466 Age given in the 1880 census was 21. In 1900, he gave his birth year as 1854. Gave his age as 62 in 1920. He appeared in the census in October 1860 in Ellisville, Jones, MS.8827 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Jones Co., MS.23464 In June 1900 William was a farmer in Jones Co., MS.23465 In May 1910 he was a farmer in Jones Co., MS.1764 In February 1920 he was a farmer in Jones Co., MS.1765 William died on 8 April 1936 at the age of 81 in Laurel, Jones, MS.23466 Buried in Rushton Cemetery, Jones Co., MS. Appears with the terminal S in 1910. Parents: William L. TEMPLE(S) Jr.-20771 and Annis C. (Annie) REEVES-20772.
Spouse: Dycye (Dicie) COOPER-20792. Dycye (Dicie) COOPER and William B. (Bud) TEMPLE(S) were married in 1878 in MS.23465 Children were: Robert Melvin (Melvin) TEMPLE-20793, Celeta Charlotte (Lettie) TEMPLE-20794, Lilly Easter TEMPLE-20795, William Harmon (Harmon) TEMPLE(S)-20796, Arcenia TEMPLE-20797, Arminia (Minnie) TEMPLE-20798, Virginia (Virges) TEMPLE-20799.