Alkes-AK-110 - History

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A star in the constellation Crateris.

(AK-110: dp. 14,550; 1. 441'6"; b. 56'11"; dr. 28'4"; s. 12.5 k.; cpl. 206; a. 1 5", 8 20mm., 1.30-cal. mg.; cl. Crater; T. EC2-S-CI)

Increase A. Lapham was Iaid down under a Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 1584) on 10June 1943 at Richmond, Calif. by the Permanente Metals Corp., Iaunched on 29 June 1943 sponsored by Mrs. Chester P. Kenman, acquired by the Navv on 5 October 1943, converted for naval service bv the Hurley Marine Works, Oakland, Calif.; renamed Alkes (AK-110) on 6 October 1943; and placed in commission at Oakland on 29 October 1943 Comdr. W. H. Wight in command.

After shakedown training, the new cargo ship got underway for Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, her base of operations while she carried supplies to the forward areas in the Pacific. In early December, the ship sailed to the Gilbert Islands with Task Unit (TU) 16.15.1. She reached Makin Island on the 16th and commenced unloading. The ship moved to Baker Island on the 31st to take on cargo prior to returning to Pearl Harbor, where she arrived on 13 January 1944.

Shortly after returning to Hawaii, the vessel began taking on supplies and equipment for another shuttle run. Alkes sailed on 25 January for the Marshall Islands. Upon reaching Majuro AtoH, on 3 February, the ship began unloading her cargo to support ongoing landing operations. One week later, she reversed her course and arrived back at Pearl Harbor on 21 February.

Alkes got underway again on 12 March, bound for the Marshall and Gilbert Islands with Task Group 16.12. Among her ports of call were Eniwetok, Kwaialein, and Majuro, Marshall Islands; and Tarawa and Makin, Gilbert Islands. Alkes returned to Pearl Harbor on 8 May to replenish her cargo. She shaped a course back to the Marshalls on the 22d and made stops at Kwajalein and Eniwetok. The vessel arrived at Guam on 8 August, where she remained for one month discharging cargo and delivering fresh water to various ships of the fleet.

Alkes arrived back at Pearl Harbor on 11 September. After 10 days in port, she continued sailing east toward the United States. The vessel reached San Pedro, Calif, on 3 October and, shortly thereafter, began alterations and repairs. She moved to San F rancisco, Calif, on the 27th to take on cargo and, on 6 November, sailed for Pearl Harbor.

The ship reached Hawaiian waters on the 16th and sailed the next day for Eniwetok, Guam, and Ulithi. Alkes reached Ulithi on 13 December and assumed duty there as a fleet issue ship. She operated at Ulithi until 6 February 1945, when she got underway for a return voyage to California. Alkes arrived at San Pedro on 4 March and underwent repairs while taking on supplies and equipment. She sailed on the 23d to resume her cargo operations in the Western Pacific. On 12 April, the ship returned to Ulithi where she remained until late May, preparing for the impending assault on the Ryukyus.

Alkes got underway with TU 13.11.2 on 23 May bound for Ohnawa. She remained off that island and Kerama Retto from 28 May through 13 August issuing her cargo to units of the invasion force. She experienced numerous air attacks but continued to carry out her duties without sustaining any serious damage. She left Okinawa in mid-August and sailed via Ulithi to the west coast of the United States. The ship again reached San Pedro on 14 September and remained there until early January 1946, serving as a fleet issue ship. On 3 January, she set a course for the east coast. Having transited the Panama Canal, Alkes arrived at Norfolk, Va., on the 31st. Preparations for her inactivation were then begun. The vessel sailed to Baltimore, Md., on 8 February and was placed out of commission there on 20 February 1946. She was returned to the Maritime Administration on 27 February, and her name was struck from the Navy list on 12 March 1946.

The ship was subsequently laid up in the James River as Increase A. Lapham. She was sold on 26 October 1971 to Hierros Ardes S. A., Bilbao, Spain, for scrapping.

Alkes won three battle stars for her World War II service.

Alkes-AK-110 - History


Headquarters and Service Battalion, III Amphibious Corps (less detachments)
Signal Battalion, III Amphibious Corps (less detachments)
4th Marine Ammunition Company
Detachment ARGUS 17 (Shore-based Fighter Director Unit)
Detachment, Marine Air Warning Squadron-2
Detachment, 756th Air Warning Company (Army)
Communication Unit 41 (Navy)


Headquarters and Headquarters and Service Battery, III Amphibious Corps Artillery
1st 155mm Howitzer Battalion (less Battery C attached to Brigade Artillery Group on landing)
2d 155mm Howitzer Battalion
7th 155mm Gun Battalion
Marine Reconnaissance Squadron 1



Division troops
Headquarters, 77th Infantry Division
Special Troops

1st Provisional Base Headquarters Battalion
3d Marine Division (Reinforced)
14th Defense Battalion (less detachments)
9th Defense Battalion (less detachments)
2d Special Engineer Battalion
25th Naval Construction Battalion
53d Naval Construction Battalion
Company B, 2d Special Naval Construction Battalion
Communication Unit 41
5th Field Depot
Detachment, 5th Naval Construction Brigade
Detachment, Marine Air Oroup 21
Detachment, Lion 6 Advance Naval Base
Detachment, Argus 17
Detachment, Marine Air Warning Squadron 2
Detachment, 746th Air Warning Company
Guam Civilian Scouts
Guam Combat Patrol

Alkes-AK-110 - History

October 29, 1943 - Sept 14, 1945

A great part of naval history.

You would be purchasing an exact copy of the USS Alkes AK 110 cruise book during World War II. Each page has been placed on a CD for years of enjoyable computer viewing. The CD comes in a plastic sleeve with a custom label. Every page has been enhanced and is readable. Rare cruise books like this sell for a hundred dollars or more when buying the actual hard copy if you can find one for sale.

This would make a great gift for yourself or someone you know who may have served aboard her. Usually only ONE person in the family has the original book. The CD makes it possible for other family members to have a copy also. You will not be disappointed we guarantee it.

Some of the items in this book are as follows:

  • World War II Itinerary (Description of Events)
  • Group Divisional Photos with Names
  • Many Crew Activity Photos
  • Ship Statistics
  • Crew Roster
  • Plus Much More

Over 120 pictures and the ships story told on 63 pages.

Once you view this CD you will know what life was like on this Transport during World War II.

α Crateris (Latinised to Alpha Crateris) is the star's Bayer designation.

It bore the traditional name Alkes, from the Arabic الكاس alkās or الكأس alka's "the cup". In the catalogue of stars in the Calendarium of Al Achsasi al Mouakket, this star was designated Aoul al Batjna (أول ألباطیة awwal al-bāṭiya), which was translated into Latin as Prima Crateris, meaning "first [star] of the Cup". [10] In 2016, the International Astronomical Union organized a Working Group on Star Names (WGSN) [11] to catalogue and standardize proper names for stars. The WGSN approved the name Alkes for this star on 12 September 2016 and it is now so included in the List of IAU-approved Star Names. [9]

Namesake Edit

Alpha Crateris is an orange giant of spectral type K1III. It has an apparent magnitude of 4.07, and is 174 light-years from Earth. It is thought to be a horizontal branch star, meaning it is fusing helium in its core after a helium flash. Cool horizontal branch stars are often called red clump giants as they form a noticeable grouping near the hot edge of the red giant branch in the H–R diagrams of clusters with near-solar metallicity. On this basis it is calculated to have a mass of 1.81 M , a luminosity of 77 L , and an age around two billion years. Its surface temperature is 4645 K. Or it might be a red-giant branch star, still fusing hydrogen in a shell around an insert helium core, in which case it would be slightly less massive, older, cooler, larger, and more luminous. [7]

Alkes-AK-110 - History

(a) A person commits the crime of murder in the second degree if

(1) with intent to cause serious physical injury to another person or knowing that the conduct is substantially certain to cause death or serious physical injury to another person, the person causes the death of any person

(2) the person knowingly engages in conduct that results in the death of another person under circumstances manifesting an extreme indifference to the value of human life

(3) under circumstances not amounting to murder in the first degree under AS 11.41.100 (a)(3), while acting either alone or with one or more persons, the person commits or attempts to commit arson in the first degree, kidnapping, sexual assault in the first degree, sexual assault in the second degree, sexual abuse of a minor in the first degree, sexual abuse of a minor in the second degree, burglary in the first degree, escape in the first or second degree, robbery in any degree, or misconduct involving a controlled substance under AS 11.71.010 (a), 11.71.020(a), 11.71.030(a)(1) or (2), or 11.71.040(a)(1) or (2) and, in the course of or in furtherance of that crime or in immediate flight from that crime, any person causes the death of a person other than one of the participants

(4) acting with a criminal street gang, the person commits or attempts to commit a crime that is a felony and, in the course of or in furtherance of that crime or in immediate flight from that crime, any person causes the death of a person other than one of the participants or

(5) the person with criminal negligence causes the death of a child under the age of 16, and the person has been previously convicted of a crime involving a child under the age of 16 that was

(A) a felony violation of AS 11.41

(B) in violation of a law or ordinance in another jurisdiction with elements similar to a felony under AS 11.41 or

(C) an attempt, a solicitation, or a conspiracy to commit a crime listed in (A) or (B) of this paragraph.

(b) Murder in the second degree is an unclassified felony and is punishable as provided in AS 12.55.

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The Burlington Zephyrs

Below is a list of all the Burlington Route's Zephyrs with links to their own page.

Our intent is to expand these with photographic images, drawings and a history of each train's service.

As with all of the BRHS web site, we are sharing pages as they are constructed instead of making you wait for all of them to be completed. We hope you enjoy what we have for you so far.

The Burlington Zephyr (aka the Pioneer Zephyr)
Trains 20 & 21 between Lincoln, NE, Omaha, NE and Kansas City, MO
Inaugurated November 11, 1934

The Twin Zephyrs (aka the Morning Zephyr and the Afternoon Zephyr)
Trains 21-24 between Chicago and Minneapolis-St. Paul
Inaugurated December 18, 1936

The Mark Twain Zephyr
Trains 43 & 44 between St. Louis and Burlington
Inaugurated October 28, 1935

The Denver Zephyr
Trains 1 & 10 between Chicago and Denver
Inaugurated November 7, 1936

The Nebraska Zephyr
Trains 11 & 12 between Chicago, IL and Lincoln, NE
Inaugurated November 16, 1947

The Sam Houston Zephyr
Trains 3 & 4 between Houston and Dallas-Ft. Worth
Inaugurated October 1, 1936

The Ozark State Zephyr
Trains 29 & 30 between Kansas City and St. Louis
Inaugurated December 20, 1936

The General Pershing Zephyr
Trains 32 & 33 between Kansas City, MO and St. Louis, MO
Inaugurated April 30, 1939

The Silver Streak Zephyr
Trains 20 & 21 between Kansas City, Omaha and Lincoln
Inaugurated April 15, 1940

The Ak Sar Ben Zephyr
Trains 3 & 30 between Lincoln and Chicago
Inaugurated December 11, 1940

The Zephyr-Rocket
Trains 8 & 15 between St. Louis and St. Paul-Minneapolis
Inaugurated January 7, 1941

The Texas Zephyr
Trains 1 & 2 between Denver and Ft. Worth-Dallas
Inaugurated August 22, 1940

The California Zephyr - (Goes to California Zephyr Virtual Museum, not a BRHS page)
Trains 17 & 18 between Chicago, IL and Oakland, CA
Inaugurated March 20, 1949

The American Royal Zephyr
Trains 55 & 56 between Chicago and Kansas City
Inaugurated February 1, 1953

The Kansas City Zephyr
Trains 35 & 36 between Chicago and Kansas City
Inaugurated February 1, 1953

Zephyr 9902
Trains 2 & 5 between Chicago and Ottumwa then Chicago and Hannibal
Inaugurated 1945 (Ottumwa), 1947 (Hannibal)

یواس‌اس الکس (ای‌کی-۱۱۰)

یواس‌اس الکس (ای‌کی-۱۱۰) (به انگلیسی: USS Alkes (AK-110) ) یک کشتی بود که طول آن ۴۴۱ فوت ۶ اینچ (۱۳۴٫۵۷ متر) بود. این کشتی در سال ۱۹۴۳ ساخته شد.

یواس‌اس الکس (ای‌کی-۱۱۰)
آب‌اندازی: ۱۰ ژوئن ۱۹۴۳
آغاز کار: ۲۹ ژوئن ۱۹۴۳
به دست آورده شده: ۵ اکتبر ۱۹۴۳
اعزام: ۲۹ اکتبر ۱۹۴۳
مشخصات اصلی
وزن: 4,023 t.(lt) 14,250 t.(fl)
درازا: ۴۴۱ فوت ۶ اینچ (۱۳۴٫۵۷ متر)
پهنا: ۵۶ فوت ۱۱ اینچ (۱۷٫۳۵ متر)
آبخور: ۲۷ فوت ۷ اینچ (۸٫۴۱ متر)
سرعت: 13 kts.

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Greek root ɺlke' meaning strength. Further examples of usage?

I found that the Alex in Alexander comes from the Greek root Alke. I have not found many further uses of this root in other Greek words. Etymonline gives just one more usage. Can you direct me to more. Is there a search engine that helps to find out automatically what words use a particular etymological root?

Alke and alexo are from the same root–the verb form has a -so ending which requires a short vowel sound between the L and the KS. The vowel drops out of the noun form but they're the same root. When you look up alke in a Greek dictionary such as the Liddell and Scott the entry lists alexo as a related form.

There is a database online called the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae which allows you to search a word or a root in the entire Greek canon, from Homer to 1453. This database requires a subscription, though.

There's also The Perseus Project which features several Greek dictionaries. At least one of them lists instances of words, and gives more specific meanings based on the context of those uses.

α Čaše (latinizirano v Alfa Čaše) je Bayerjevo poimenovanje zvezde.

Tradicionalno ime Alkes je prišlo iz arabščine الكاس alkās ali الكأس alka's "skodelica". V katalogu zvezd v delu Calendarium astronoma Al Achsasi al Mouakket je bila ta zvezda poimenovana Aoul al Batjna (أول ألبجن awwil albajna), kar se je kasneje prevedlo v latinščino kot Prima Crateris, kar pomeni "prva skodelica". [9] Leta 2016 je Mednarodna astronomska zveza ustanovila Delovno skupino na zvezdnih imenih (WGSN) [10] da izdela katalog in standardizira lastna imena zvezd. WGSN je odobril ime Alkes za to zvezdo 12. septembra 2016 in je sedaj tudi vključena v Seznam IAU-odobrenih zvezdnih imen. [8]

V kitajščini 翼宿 ( Yì Sù ) pomeni Krila (asterizem), ki se nanaša na asterizem, ki ga sestavljajo Alfa Čaše, Gama Čaše, Zeta Čaše, Lambda Čaše, Ni Vodne kače, Eta Čaše, Delta Čaše, Jota Čaše, Kapa Čaše, Epsilon Čaše, HD 95808, HD 93833, Theta Čaše, HD 102574, HD 100219, Beta Čaše, HD 99922, HD 100307, HD 96819, Hi 1 Vodne kače, HD 102620 in HD 103462. [11] Sočasno je Alfa Čaše sama po sebi znana tudi kot 翼宿一 ( Yì Sù yī , slovensko Prva zvezda kril ). [12]

Stvari, poimenovane po zvezdi Uredi

Alfa Čaše je oranžna orjakinja spektralnega tipa K1III. Ima navidezno magnitudo 4,07, od Zemlje pa je oddaljena 174 svetlobnih let. Najverjetneje je zvezda vodoravne veje, kar pomeni, da sedaj, po helijevem blisku, v svoji skorji že proizvaja helij. Hladne zvezde vodoravne veje se pogosto imenujejo rdeče grude, saj že ustvarijo skupino blizu vročega roba veje rdečih orjakinj na H–R diagramu kopic s skoraj Sončevo kovinskostjo. Na podlagi tega se je izračunalo njeno maso 1,81 M, izsev 77 L in starost okoli dve milijardi let. Njena površinska temperatura je enaka 4645 K. Obstaja pa tudi možnost, da ta zvezda pripada veji rdečih orjakinj, kar pomeni, da še vedno proizvaja vodik v lupini okoli helijeve skorje. V tem primeru pa je zvezda malo manj masivna, starejša, večja in bolj izsevna. [7]

Alkes-AK-110 - History

William Penn (Bill) TEMPLE 14207 was born on 22 January 1889 in Honey Grove, Fannin, TX. 22774,22775,36228,36229,36230,42139,55147,55149 Gave 1883 on his second 1910 enumeration in OK. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Fannin Co., TX. 55147,55149 In April 1910 he was a farm laborer in Honey Grove, Fannin, TX. 42139 In April 1910 William was a street laborer in Ardmore, Carter, OK. 22774 In 1917 he was a baker in Quanah, Hardeman, TX. 22775 In January 1920 he was a railroad switchman in Denison, Grayson, TX. 36228 In April 1930 William was a railroad switchman in Denison, Grayson, TX. 117828 In April 1940 he was a cafe owner in Corpus Christi, Nueces, TX. 36230 He lived 210 Golf Place in Corpus Christi, Nueces, TX in 1961. 117829 William died on 23 January 1961 at the age of 72 in Corpus Christi, Nueces, TX. 117829,117830 Died of pneumonia. Buried in Seaside Memorial Park, Corpus Christi, TX. His parents were both from TN. Parents: William M. TEMPLE-25349 and Sarah Cathleen (Sallie) NELSON-35461.

Spouse: Nancy (Noney) COPELAND-60891. Nancy (Noney) COPELAND and William Penn (Bill) TEMPLE were married in 1907. 22774 This was a second marriage for both. Children were: William TEMPLES-60894, Ann E. (Annie) TEMPLES-60892.

Spouse: Elsie Armal HALL-76089. Elsie Armal HALL and William Penn (Bill) TEMPLE were married in 1915 in TX. 36229 Children were: Cleo Catherine TEMPLE-76090, Doris A. TEMPLE-76091.

William Perry (Bill) TEMPLE 55970 was born on 27 December 1924 in Lansing, Ingham, MI. 1156,25101,28991,55967,117831,117832 Put the date in 1923 for his marriage papers with Florence Elkins. He appeared in the census in April 1930 in West Lincoln, Lancaster, NE. 55967 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Independence, Jackson, MO. 25101 In December 1942 William was an employee of Luzie Manufacturing Company in Kansas City, Jackson, MO. 117832 He lived 822 South Crysler Street in Independence, Jackson, MO in December 1942. 117832 He served in the military between 1943 and 1946. 117833 Enlisted in the Navy Reserve V-6 on 12 Apr 1943 in Kansas City, MO. As F3C, received aboard the USS Alkes (AK-110) 29 Oct 1943 from the Receiving Ship, San Francisco, CA.
Changed rating to F2C on 1 Jan 1944. Changed rating to F1C 1 Feb 1944. Serving on the Alkes at the time of his marriage to Florence Elkins. Transferred on 15 Feb 1946 to the Commanding Officer, Receiving Station, Norfolk, VA for discharge. Service # 865-86-66. William lived in MO before 1951. 89 He lived in Mohave Valley, Mohave, AZ in 2004. 55968 He died on 25 September 2013 at the age of 88 in Lake Havasu City, Mohave, AZ. 1156 Parents: Lewis TEMPLE-96253 and Grace Odessa (Grace) O'NEAL-96255.

Spouse: Florence Frances ELKINS-96277. Florence Frances ELKINS and William Perry (Bill) TEMPLE were married on 22 September 1945 in Bellflower, Los Angeles, CA. 28991

William Perry (William) TEMPLE was born on 24 January 1862 in Mahaska Co., IA. 5634,13307,37787,37790,65727,73399,81815,117834 Claimed Jan 1863 in 1900, and in his biography in the History of Umatilla and Morrow counties. In his decree for registration of birth in 1961, his son Roy said his father's birtplace as "Morovia, Malaska Co., IA," which did not exist, the closest being Moravia in Appanoose Co. He moved in 1864 in Monroe Co., IA. 65727 He appeared in the census in June 1870 in Monroe, Monroe, IA. 81815 In June 1880 William was a farm laborer in Monroe, Monroe, IA. 73399 He moved in 1882 in Bismarck, Burleigh, ND. 48498,65727 He moved in October 1883 in Pendleton, Umatilla, OR. 13307,65727,117834 In June 1900 William was a farmer in Union, Umatilla, OR. 5634 In April 1910 he was a retired farmer in Pendleton, Umatilla, OR. 37790 He died on 8 May 1910 at the age of 48 in Pendleton, Umatilla, OR. 13305,13307,65727,66143,117835,117836,117837 Died at home of acute entritis. Buried in Olney Cemetery, Pendleton, OR. William has reference number RLT # N28. 4220 Possibly also married Ida F. Truax, b 1858 possibly in Sauk Center, MN or Fergus Falls, MN. Parents: John Franklin TEMPLE Sr.-9788 and Annabelle LONG-9790.

Spouse: Rose BITNEY-9810. Rose BITNEY and William Perry (William) TEMPLE were married on 26 April 1886 in Lewiston, Nez Perce, ID. 13304,13306,13307,13308 The date may be the issuance of the marriage license. Some records put the marriage date as 19 May 1886 in Nz Perce Co., ID. Children were: Ethel Belle (Ethel) TEMPLE-9811, Ralph E. TEMPLE-9812.

Spouse: Adeline Cordelia (Addie) HAUN-23250. Adeline Cordelia (Addie) HAUN and William Perry (William) TEMPLE were married on 26 October 1896 in Umatilla Co., OR. 5634,13304,13306,13307,37790 This was his second and her first marriage. Children were: Roy Klondike TEMPLE Sr.-9813, Vera Violet TEMPLE-9814.

William Pershing TEMPLE was born on 17 April 1919 in Secaucus, Hudson, NJ. 921,40851,40852,40855,40856,117838,117839,117840 Gave Aug 1919 in the 1920 census. He gave 13 Apr when he registered for the draft. He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Secaucus, Hudson, NJ. 40851 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Secaucus, Hudson, NJ. 40855 In April 1940 William was a laborer in Secaucus, Hudson, NJ. 40852 He lived 182 Central Lane in Secaucus, Hudson, NJ on 16 October 1940. 40856 He was liviing a couple of doors from his mother. He served in the military between 1941 and 1945. 921,117840,117841 Dates approximate. Drafted in the Army of the US on 28 Feb 1941 at Newark, NJ as a private. He was admitted for treatment in Oct 1944 for nasopharygitis, treated and returned to duty that same month. Service # 32061585. William lived in Hudson Co., NJ in 1941. 921 In February 1941 he was a farm hand in Hudson Co., NJ. 117840 He died on 6 April 2010 at the age of 90 in Lyndhurst, Bergen, NJ. 117838,117839 Parents: William George TEMPLE-10174 and Mary HOUGH-48943.

Spouse: Noreen Theresa HETZEY-103573. Noreen Theresa HETZEY and William Pershing TEMPLE were married in 1960 in Pasquotank Co., NC. 39071

William Philip TEMPLE was born on 19 November 1927 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO. 48346,64769,64771,117842 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO. 48346 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO. 64769 In August 1946 William was an unemployed in Fredericktown, Madison, MO. 64771 He lived in MO before 1951. 117842 He died on 9 October 1999 at the age of 71 in Fredericktown, Madison, MO. 117842,117843 Buried in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Williamsville, MO. Parents: Daniel Lee TEMPLE-51180 and Edna SHACKLEFORD-51183.

Spouse: Joy Maxine (Joy) CURTIS-114022. Joy Maxine (Joy) CURTIS and William Philip TEMPLE were married before 1951. Children were: Ruth Maxine TEMPLE-114023.

William Pinkney (Pinkney) TEMPLE was born on 22 January 1906 in Portales, Roosevelt, NM. 13390,43529,43530,97904,117844 He appeared in the census in April 1910 in Macy Twp., Roosevelt, NM. 13390 He appeared in the census in January 1920 in Weatherford, Parker, TX. 97904 William lived in Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA in 1929. 43528 In April 1930 he was a refinery repair man in Dominguez, Los Angeles, CA. 43530 In October 1940 he was an employee of the Texas State Highway Department in Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX. 43529 William lived 1401 North Main Street in Weatherford, Parker, TX in October 1940. 43529 He lived in TX before 1951. 117845 He died on 18 January 1987 at the age of 80 in Albany, Dougherty, GA. 117844,117845,117846 Buried in Dobbs Valley Cemetery, New Salem, TX. Unmarried or widowed. His parents were from TN (father) and TX (mother).

Spouse: Ardie Leona (Ardie) JONES-79093. Ardie Leona (Ardie) JONES and William Pinkney (Pinkney) TEMPLE were married on 23 July 1929 in Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA. 43528,43530 Children were: William F. (Bill) TEMPLE-94672.

William Pitts TEMPLE 41026 was born on 17 October 1789 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA. 5139,10720,30877,41026,84443,112346 In 1850 he was a newspaper worker in Framingham, Middlesex, MA. 34428 In July 1860 he was a farmer in Framingham, Middlesex, MA. 112346 William appeared in the census in June 1870 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA. 5139 He died on 5 May 1875 at the age of 85 in Framingham, Middlesex, MA. 7950,11312,117847 Buried in Edgell Grove Cemetery and Mausoleum, Framingham, MA. He has reference number RLT # 267. 34666 It was William with whom Thomas stayed when the latter first came to Framingham. Parents: Lt. Josiah TEMPLE-4392 and Elizabeth PITTS-5787.

William Pitts TEMPLE 17680 was born on 21 March 1823 in Windsor, Windsor, VT. 22,17680,17682,17685,17686,20272 Some sources give 23 March. Gave his age as 54 in 1880. In 1850 he was a farmer in Windsor, Windsor, VT. 17682 In July 1870 he was a farm laborer in Windsor, Windsor, VT. 17686 In June 1880 William was a farm laborer in Windsor, Windsor, VT. 17685 He died on 18 March 1899 at the age of 75 in Windsor, Windsor, VT. 22,17680,117848 Buried in Old South Church Cemetery, Windsor, VT. He has reference number RLT # 577. 30976 Parents: Nahum TEMPLE-5765 and Nancy SMITH-6096.

Spouse: Sarah Louise (Louisa) BURNHAM-6352. Sarah Louise (Louisa) BURNHAM and William Pitts TEMPLE were married on 30 April 1850 in Lowell, Orleans, VT. 17680,17681,17688 Children were: James William TEMPLE-6353, Edward Sylvester (Edward) TEMPLE-6540, Peter TEMPLE-6354.

William Porter TEMPLE was born on 28 July 1858 in MO. 41097,117849 His age is given as 5 months on the 7th of Jun 1860 in the census. He appeared in the census in June 1860 in Madison, Clark, MO. 76135 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Liberty, Stoddard, MO. 41097 Enumerated in the household of Ellen Wilson, who was the sister-in-law of Mary Wilson. In 1918 William was a shoemaker in Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau, MO. 117849 He died on 22 April 1918 at the age of 59 in Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau, MO. 117849 Died of enteritis which may have been tubercular. Buried in Bloomfield Cemetery, Cape Girardeau, MO. His death certificate made no indication of a marriage. The information was provided by a Mallie or Mattie Temple, of no known relationship. She might have been Matilda Gortner, wife of John M. Temple, but there is still no known link despite their proximity. Whoever Mallie was, she was not close enough to William to know his mother's given or maiden names, nor the birthplaces of his father or mother. Parents: Benjamin R. TEMPLE-4558 and Mary J. WILSON-10905.

William Porter TEMPLE was born on 17 April 1947 in Christian Co., KY. 117850,117851,117852 He lived in KY in 1963. 117851 He served in the military between 1967 and 1969. 117852 Served as a corporal in the Marines, from 6 Oct 1967 to 3 Oct 1969. William died on 1 May 2003 at the age of 56 in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. 117851,117852 Buried in Lebanon National Cemetery, Section 17, Site 133, Lebanon, KY. Parents: TEMPLE-177871 and Lydia A. TAPLEY-177872.

Dr. William Preston TEMPLE 9277 was born in 1827 in TN. 117853 In 1850 he was a student in Bedford Co., TN. 117854 Enumerated living with D. J. and Eliza Frazier, who were apparently his aunt and uncle. Before 1859 he was a physician, surgeon in Bedford Co., TN. 117855 William died in July 1859 at the age of 32 in Bedford Co., TN. 45475,117856 Died of consumption. Original will dated 27 Jul 1859, but was destroyed in 1863. Recreated and dated April 1867. He has reference number RLT # W14-16. 4389 Initials given as J.P. in his son James' death records. Death records for his daughter Anna indicate her mother was one Elizabeth Davis, which may explain the middle name of his son William. His marriage to Elizabeth Davis, however, is unknown and unproved. His middle name appears in the death certificate of his son William Davis Temple. Parents: Dempsey Powell TEMPLE-33743 and Mary FRAZIER-33744.

William Preston (William) TEMPLE was born on 24 November 1860 in Bedford Co., TN. 2344,50956,68903,68904,68905,68906,117857 Gave Nov 1861 in 1900. Gave his age as 68 in 1930. He was baptized on 17 November 1861 in Belfast, Marshall, TN. 117858 He appeared in the census in July 1870 in Marshall Co., TN. 50956 In June 1880 William was a laborer in Alvarado, Johnson, TX. 117857 Enumerated working on the farm of Walter B. and Mary E. McCurley, of no known relationship. In June 1900 he was a day laborer in Los Nietos, Los Angeles, CA. 68905 In April 1910 he was an odd job teamster in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 68903 In April 1930 William was an auto parts salesman in Montebello, Los Angeles, CA. 68904 He appeared in the census in April 1940 in Montebello, Los Angeles, CA. 68906 He died on 8 April 1953 at the age of 92 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 2344,9256 Buried in Rose Hills Memorial Park, Los Angeles, CA. In 1930, he claimed his father was from NC and his mother from TN. If accurate (and these claims are often not) that means he was not the son of Robert H. and Martha (Mc Clarey) Temple. However, there are no other William P Temple candidates in TN.

Spouse: Mary Lula (Lulu) SUGGS-51096. Mary Lula (Lulu) SUGGS and William Preston (William) TEMPLE were married on 28 November 1891 in Bosque Co., TX. 8944,68903,68904,68905,68908 Children were: Luel B. TEMPLE-48090, Gladys Mason TEMPLE-48091, Merle Preston TEMPLE-48092.

William Preston (Willie) TEMPLE was born on 27 August 1879 in TN. 20656,33791,33793,58119,58120,58123,58124,117859 Gave 1881 in 1910. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Gordonsville, Smith, TN. 33793 In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Bedford Co., TN. 33791 In April 1910 William was a traveling salesman in Andalusia, Covington, AL. 58123 In 1918 he was an undertaker and embalmer in Birmingham, Jefferson, AL. 58124 In January 1920 he was an undertaker in Birmingham, Jefferson, TN. 58119 In April 1930 William was an undertaker in Nashville, Davidson, TN. 58120 He died on 30 August 1939 at the age of 60 in Nashville, Davidson, TN. 58117,117859 Died of prostate cancer. Buried in Springhill Cemetery, Nashville, CA. Based on name similarity and month/yr of birth, he seems to be the son of James K. Polk temple. Also, since his father was a physician, perhaps that is how he got into the embalming business. However, identification of Willie Preston Temple of the WWI draft registrations as William P., son of James and Nannie (Gill) Temple, requires proof. Parents: Dr. James K. Polk TEMPLE-33749 and Nannie Petway GILL-51073.

Spouse: Arie Estelle PENDREY-73244. Arie Estelle PENDREY and William Preston (Willie) TEMPLE were married on 10 May 1905 in Covington Co., AL. 58123,58125 Children were: Mildred TEMPLE-91314, Sarah TEMPLE-91315.

William Price TEMPLE was born in 1935. 5500 He died in 1956 at the age of 21 in Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada. 5500 Buried in Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, lot E2 573. Parents: William Horace TEMPLE-136772 and Mary E. -136773.

William R. TEMPLE (private).

William R. TEMPLE Sr. (private).

William R. TEMPLE (private).

William R. TEMPLE died in June 1951 in NJ. 117860

William R. TEMPLE was born in 1813 in NY. 109836 In July 1870 he was a farm laborer in Fishkill, Dutchess, NY. 109836 Probably related to Robert, also working the same farm in 1870. Parents: TEMPLE-130405.

William R. TEMPLE 21822 was born on 4 June 1836 in Lawrence Co., MS. 21824,28754,32532 Gave his age as 26 in 1860. He appeared in the census in September 1850 in Lawrence Co., MS. 21825 In July 1860 he was a farmer in Monticello, Lawrence, MS. 28756 William served in the military between 1861 and 1865. Served as a private in Company K.3 of Mississippi. Had a finger shot off. In June 1870 he was a farmer in Hazlehurst, Copiah, MS. 28754 In June 1880 he was a farmer in Copiah Co., MS. 28757 William died in 1892 at the age of 56 in Hazlehurst, Copiah, MS. 28753,32532,117861 Some sources give 1890, but his grave marker says 1892. Buried in Edwards Cemetery,
Copiah Co., MS. He has reference number RLT # W177. 55974 the part of the 1880 census that gives his mother's birthplaces is missing. He claimed his father was from TN. Parents: John Lafayette TEMPLE-6883 and Elzara COLEMAN-6884.

William R. TEMPLE was born on 27 February 1839 in OH. 2144,2147 In June 1870 he was a laborer in Zanesville, Muskingum, OH. 2144 He died on 9 May 1880 at the age of 41 in Zanesville, Muskingum, OH. 2147 Find-A-Grave read the grave marker as putting the death date in 1881. Buried in the St. Thomas Catholic Cemetery, Zanesville, OH.

Spouse: Ellen -126306. Ellen and William R. TEMPLE were married.

William R. TEMPLE 9120 was born in 1852 in PA. 1440,61924,117862 He appeared in the census in August 1860 in Moreland Twp., Muncy, Lycoming, PA. 61924 In August 1870 he was a farm laborer in East Goshen, Chester, PA. 117862 Working on the farm of William T. and Sallie Sharples, of no known relationship. William lived Slay Street in Austin Borough, Potter, PA in 1909. 26468 He was the informant on his wife's death certificate. In April 1910 he was a blacksmith in Pike Twp., Clearfield, PA. 1440 He died. His parents were both from PA. He seems to be William E. Temple, who later became a hatter and moved to CT, having married Elizabeth in 1892. Parents: William M. TEMPLE-21493 and Charlotte (Lottie) RITTER-21685.

Spouse: Cora M. -92067. Cora M. and William R. TEMPLE were married in March 1910 in PA. 1440

William R. TEMPLE 1114 was born in August 1855 in OH. 42861,42863,52011,72609,116572,116573,117863 He appeared in the census in August 1860 in Green Camp, Marion, OH. 72609 He lived in Humansville, Polk, MO before 1870. 42864 In June 1870 William was a farmer in Bowling Green, Pike, MO. 42861 In June 1880 he was a laborer in Collins Twp., St. Clair, OH. 42863 In June 1900 he was a farmer in Badger Twp., Vernon, MO. 52011 In April 1910 William was a farmer in Salem Twp., Allen, KS. 116573 In February 1920 he was a farmer in Humboldt, Allen, KS. 116572 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Humboldt, Allen, KS. 117863 William died on 16 May 1933 at the age of 77 in Humboldt, Allen, KS. 117864 Buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Humboldt, KS. His parents were both from OH.

Spouse: Mary Lillie (Mary) TILLERY-44297. Mary Lillie (Mary) TILLERY and William R. TEMPLE were married on 29 December 1881 in St. Clair Co., MO. 1114,52011,116573,117863 They claimed 27 years of marriage in 1910. Children were: Gertrude E. (Gertie) TEMPLE-44294, Martha Elizabeth TEMPLE-44295, William Bert (Willie) TEMPLE-44296.

William R. TEMPLE was born in 1871 in Covington, Kenton, KY. 65722 He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Covington, Kenton, KY. 65722 He died on 25 October 1896 at the age of 25 in Covington, Kenton, KY. 117865,117866 Buried in Highland Cemetery, Fort Mitchell, KY, Plot: Sec 1 lot 13-B Grave 3. Parents: Dr. Jesse J. TEMPLE-29116 and Sarah E. SIMMONS-30115.

William R. TEMPLE 11885 was born on 9 June 1871 in Lafayette Co., WI. 3915,11887,11888,11892,74627,117867 Gave Oct 1870 in 1900. In what may be a fascinating coincidence, or possibly a bad transcription of vital records, one William R. Temple married Mary Jane Mill on this same date also in Lafayette County, WI. He appeared in the census in June 1880 in Benton, Lafayette, WI. 74627 Before 1892 he was a farmer in Benton, Lafayette, WI. 11889 In June 1900 William was a farmer in Benton, Lafayette, WI. 3915 In June 1905 he was a farmer in Benton, Lafayette, WI. 11888 In April 1910 he was a teamster in Benton, Lafayette, WI. 11887 Enumerated with him in 1910 was May Temple, his niece, ae 19. William appeared in the census in January 1920 in Benton, Lafayette, WI. 11892 He died in 1921 at the age of 50 in Lafayette Co., WI. 33634,117868 Lafayette County Probate File # 7690 was not settled until 1936. Buried in United Methodist Church Cemetery, Benton, WI. His parents were both from England. Parents: Jacob TEMPLE-40343 and Margaret WALTON-40344.

Spouse: Henrietta J. (Etta) BECK-50286. Henrietta J. (Etta) BECK and William R. TEMPLE were married on 7 April 1892 in Grant Co., WI. 3915,11885,11887,11893,11894 In marriage book 11, p. 274. The 1900 census puts the date in 1891. Children were: Verta Marie TEMPLE-50294, Melvin William TEMPLE-50287, Cozetta Mae TEMPLE-50295.

William R. TEMPLE was born in 1875 in IA. 117869 In April 1910 he was a newspaper clerk in Chicago, Cook, IL. 117869 Unmarried in 1910. Middle initial might be P. His parents were both from Germany.

William R. TEMPLE was born on 23 July 1889. 117870 He died after 1 July 1954 at the age of 64. 117870

William R. TEMPLE was born on 28 October 1895 in Natchez, Adams, MS. 117871 He died on 4 June 1951 at the age of 55. 117871

Spouse: Etta M. MC MURRIAN-166423. Etta M. MC MURRIAN and William R. TEMPLE were married before 1929. Children were: William Chapman (Billy) TEMPLE-166424.

William R. TEMPLE was born in 1904 in Quebec, Canada. 35100 He appeared in the census in 1916 in Winnipeg, Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada. 35100 Parents: Ralph Francis TEMPLE-144873 and Margaret Viola GREEN-144874.

William R. TEMPLE was born on 15 July 1908 in Carter, Chouteau, MT. 117872

William R. TEMPLE Sr. 1224 was born on 26 April 1928 in NC. 117873,117874,117875 SSDI gave 25 Apr 1928. He lived in New Castle, New Castle, DE in 1942. 1224 He served in the military in 1946/7. 117873,117875 Served in the Regular Army as a private int he Panama Canal Department from 5 Feb 1946 to 13 Apr 1947. Service # 12272038. William lived in DE before 1951. 117874 He died on 13 February 1998 at the age of 69 in Wilmington, New Castle, DE. 117873,117874 Buried in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Section F, Row H, Site 21. He held the title of Sr.. Parents: Howard R. (Harry) TEMPLE-178264 and Lillian A. PAYNE-178265.

Spouse: Catherine -178280. Catherine and William R. TEMPLE Sr. were married before 1942. Children were: Leon W. TEMPLE Sr.-178279.

William R. TEMPLE was born on 18 August 1930. 117876,117877 He lived in MI before 1951. 117877 He died on 27 January 1995 at the age of 64 in Macon, Bibb, GA. 117876,117877 Buried in Glen Haven Memorial Garden, Macon, GA. Possibly related to Timothy John Temple, also buried in the same cemetery.

William R. TEMPLE (private). 254

William R. (Bill) TEMPLE Jr. (private). Parents: William R. TEMPLE Sr.-178263 and UNKNOWN-178277.

William R. (Bill) TEMPLE Sr. was born on 24 March 1929 in Topeka, Shawnee, KS. 10232,12288 He appeared in the census in April 1930 in Topeka, Shawnee, KS. 10232 He lived in Topeka, Shawnee, KS in 1993. 10234 William died on 13 April 2013 at the age of 84 in Topeka, Shawnee, KS. 12288 Buried in Penwell-Gabel Cemetery and Mausoleum, Topeka, KS. He was a truck driver. 12288 Middle initial seemed to be P in marriage records.
Parents: Merle E. TEMPLE-88461 and Helen C. BAKER-88463.

Spouse: Juanita M. (Nita) BELLEVILLE-88465. Juanita M. (Nita) BELLEVILLE and William R. (Bill) TEMPLE Sr. were married on 23 June 1947 in Smith Co., KS. 12289 License issued 23 Jun 1947. In Marriage Book U, p. 111. Children were: William R. (Rick) TEMPLE-88469, Michael (Mike) TEMPLE-88470, Randy TEMPLE-88471, Allen TEMPLE-88472, Kelly Jay TEMPLE-88466.

William R. (Billie) TEMPLE Jr. 117879 was born on 28 June 1982. He died on 27 March 1986 at the age of 3 in Crawford Co., PA. Buried in Sugar Lake Cemetery, Crawford Co., PA. He held the title of Jr.. Parents: William R. TEMPLE Sr.-152244 and UNKNOWN-152245.

William R. (Will) TEMPLE was born in 1861 in Clermont Co., OH. 18095,32437,95994 He appeared in the census in June 1870 in West Port, Oldham, KY. 32437 In June 1880 he was a painter in Batavia, Clermont, OH. 95994 William died on 1 January 1885 at the age of 24 in Clermont Co., OH. 18095 Parents: Orin (Orie) TEMPLE-5280 and Jemima FULLER-5281.

William Ralph (Ralph) TEMPLE was born on 1 September 1882 in Winnebago, Winnebago, IL. 58238,58239,58241,62090,117880,117881 He put the date in 1880 for his WWI draft registration. Gave 1887 in 1930 and 1940. In June 1900 he was a farm laborer in Winnebago, Winnebago, IL. 62090 In 1918 he was a druggist in West Chicago, Du Page, IL. 117880 William lived in Elgin, Kane, IL in 1923. 92317 In April 1930 he was a drug store proprietor in Elgin, Kane, IL. 58238 In April 1940 he was a drug store proprietor in Pecatonica, Winnebago, IL. 58239 In 1942 William was a druggist in Pecatonica, Winnebago, IL. 58241 He died on 30 September 1958 at the age of 76 in Winnebago Co., IL. 60020,117882 Buried in Twelve Mile Grove Cemetery, Pecatonica, IL. In his WWI draft registration, he gave his father, Henry John Temple of Winnebago, IL, as his next of kin. His parents were both from PA. Parents: John Henry (Henry) TEMPLE-91108 and Mary Ellen ROBERTS-91109.

Spouse: Lillian Edith PERKINS-103126. Lillian Edith PERKINS and William Ralph (Ralph) TEMPLE were married in 1922. 58238 Children were: Marie Harriet TEMPLE-103129, Dorothy June TEMPLE-103130.

William Ralph (Ralph) TEMPLE 50510,53940 was born on 8 October 1941 in Winnsboro, Franklin, LA. 50509 He died on 16 November 2014 at the age of 73 in Winnsboro, Franklin, LA. 50510,117883 Buried in Harris Cemetery, Swampers, LA. Parents: William Warner (Warner) TEMPLE(S)-20831 and Cora L. (Carrie) WALTERS-42397.

William Randal TEMPLE (private). 117884

William Randolph TEMPLE was born on 11 December 1881 in Springville, Erie, NY. 56372 He died after August 1943 at the age of 61. 56372 Parents: Evans M. TEMPLE-165586 and Cora ORR-165587.

William Randolph TEMPLE (private). 117885

William Randolph (Duke) TEMPLE (private). Parents: Hiram Charles TEMPLE Sr.-20489 and Mary Lou IVY-20491.

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