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282    TEMPLE FAMILY

      Location - 100 yards southwest of the Forestville Rd (SR-2049) and Buffaloe Rd (SR-2215) intersection.

      Coordinates: 35d 50m 36.9s N; 78d 30m 55.7s W Click here for Google maps

      Surveyed by Mrs. Deborah Scott Spencer on 16 Oct 2009. Photographs by Mrs. Deborah Scott Spencer with assistance from Preston Wright on 20 Feb 2010.

      This was the Temple River Farm owned by Henry Temple, father of Rev. Burwell Temple that married Harriett Ivy. The Temple cemetery sits just outside of the fenced in Poole-Jones Cemetery that sit next to each other. There are tombstones inside a small, but dense patch of trees, making them inaccessible. There are several granite and marble markers with no inscriptions.


  1. Marshburn, Nellie   (b. 3 Apr 1865 - d. 12 Feb 1915)
  2. Temple, James A.   (b. 24 Mar 1826 - d. 18 May 1906)
      • Husband of Nancy Croom Temple. Son of Elder Burwell Temple and Harriett Ivy Temple. Footstone: J.A.T.
  3. Temple, Nancy Croom   (b. 3 Dec 1828 - d. 18 Mar 1890)
      • Wife of James A. Temple. Inscribed on the back of the tombstone: "Unto this union were born six children: James S, Elcy Caroline, Alice Penelope, Beauregard Jefferson, Nancy Ellen, Jane Elena Temple"
  4. Unknown, ??   (b. - d. )


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