W.H. Temple Family Cemetery
Notes:The entrance to this cemetery is located on the south side of Brodnax Rd. (Route 659), approx. 100 ft west of Hill Creek Rd. (Route 658). Follow a gravel driveway approx. 200 yd south of Brodnax Rd., then turn right onto a narrow wooded path and go another 200 yd west to the Thomas E. Carroll Family Cemetery. Follow the path left of this cemetery for several hundred yards to a small clearing on the right side of the path. As many as 40 or 50 other graves are here as evidenced by fieldstones.
Latitude:36º 39' 54.2" N   (36.665056)
Longitude:77º 59' 45.4" W   (-77.995944)
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This cemetery contains the remains of William Henry Temple, his wife, Martha Elizabeth Nicholson, and their children Martha Elizabeth Temple who married her cousin Edmund Roderick Temple, Thomas Jackson Temple, and Dr. William Henry Temple, and a grandson James William Temple, among others, CWS f BCV, pp. 548-49.

Pattie Temple Gregg14 Jul 1914 —16 Jul 1914Infant daughter of
W.E. & A.T. Gregg
Another little angel
before the heavenly throne
Daughter of William Edwin Gregg Jr. and Amelia Orgain Temple, both of whom are in Oakwood Cemetery, CWS f BCV, p. 549.



Dr. W.H. Temple19 Oct 1863 —Mar ?, 1900
Notes: Stone deteriorated and difficult to read.



J. Willie Temple7 Dec 1879 —7 Sep 1899Son of
E.R. & P.E. Temple
He sleeps but not forever



Pattie Elizabeth Temple —9 Apr 1912Wife of Edmund R. Temple
Died April 9, 1912
As a wife devoted
As a mother affectionate

As a friend ever kind and true



W.H. Temple30 Aug 1829 —15 Aug 1891Kind father of love
thou art gone to thy rest
Forever to bask imid
the joys of the blest



Martha E. Temple3 Dec 1829 —22 Dec 1891Wife of
W.H. Temple Sr.
As a wife devoted

As a mother affectionate
As a friend ever kind and true



T.J. Temple17 Feb 1867 —Dec ?, ???
Notes: Stone very deteriorated and difficult to read.

 

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