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Family Chronicles : Section 1. A: The Temple Family (Classic Reprint)
by Lilian Clarke


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Both lines of descent converge about 1421, when Temple Hall was in the possession of Robert de Temple, who married Mary, daughter of Sir Wm. Kingscote, as his second wife.

This Robert left four sons, the eldest of whom, Nicholas, died without issue.  Read more...


 
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Excerpt from Family Chronicles: Section 1. A: The Temple Family

Both lines of descent converge about 1421, when Temple Hall was in the possession of Robert de Temple, who married Mary, daughter of Sir Wm. Kingscote, as his second wife.

This Robert left four sons, the eldest of whom, Nicholas, died without issue. His brother Robert succeeded to Temple Hall, but none of his descendants attained to great distinction, unless one makes an exception of Peter Temple, who obtained notoriety by signing the death warrant of Charles I., in com pany with his distant kinsman Colonel James Temple, Son of Sir Alexander of Etchingham. The Leicestershire branch appears to have fallen on evil days, and Peter would seem to have begun life as an apprentice to a linen draper in London. The services Peter and James Temple rendered to'the Parlia mentary cause were rewarded by the Rump in 1659, when the cousins were assigned official lodgings at Whitehall, quarters which they exchanged a year later for a more permanent abode in the Tower, where Peter remained till his death in 1663. The imprisonment of James lasted longer. In 1668 he was in confinement in Jersey, but here all trace of him ends.

About Henry Temple, third son of Robert, there is nothing to record.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781332126712
  • ISBN-10: 1332126715
  • Publisher: Forgotten Books
  • Publish Date: November 2017
  • Page Count: 32
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.07 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.13 pounds


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