Person:Thomas Temple (12)

Sir Thomas Temple, 1st Baronet
m. 24 Nov 1561
  1. Sir Thomas Temple, 1st Baronet1566 - Bef 1636/37
  2. Peter Temple
  • HSir Thomas Temple, 1st Baronet1566 - Bef 1636/37
  • WHester Sandys1569 - 1656
m. 16 Aug 1586
  1. Sir Peter Temple, 2nd Baronet1592 - 1653
  2. Sir John Temple1593 - 1632
  3. Martha Temple
  4. Rev. Thomas Temple, DCL - Bef 1683
Facts and Events
Name Sir Thomas Temple, 1st Baronet
Gender Male
Baptism[1][2][3] 9 Jan 1566/67 Stowe, Buckinghamshire, England
Education[1][2][3] 22 Jun 1582 Oxford, Oxfordshire, EnglandThomas Temple of Bucks, “arm. fil.”, matriculated from University College, Oxford, then aged 16.
Other[7] 13 Oct 1584 Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, EnglandThomas Temple, of Bucks, was admitted to Lincoln's Inn.
Marriage 16 Aug 1586 Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire, Englandto Hester Sandys
Title (nobility)[5][6] 28 Jun 1603 Salden House, Mursley par., Buckinghamshire, EnglandThomas was knighted, probably on this date, by James I at Salden House, the residence of Sir John Fortescue.
Title (nobility)[2] 24 Sep 1611 “Sir Thomas Temple, of Stowe, co. Buckingham, Knt.” was created a Baronet of the Kingdom of England by James I.
Will[4] 4 Feb 1632/33 Wolverton, Buckinghamshire, England
Death[2] Bef Mar 1636/37 Burton Dassett, Warwickshire, England
Burial[2][8] All Saints Churchyard, Burton Dassett, Warwickshire, England
Probate[4] 13 Mar 1636/37
Reference Number? Q7529284?


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Sir Thomas Temple, 1st Baronet (9 January 1567 – February 1637) was an English landowner and Member of Parliament.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Sir Thomas Temple, 1st Baronet, of Stowe, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 TEMPLE (cr. 1611) I., in Cokayne, George Edward. Complete baronetage, 1611-1800. (Exeter [England]: W. Pollard, 1900-1906)
    1: 82.

    See transcript.

  3. 3.0 3.1 Foster, Joseph, and University of Oxford. Alumni Oxonienses: the members of the University of Oxford, 1500-1714: their parentage, birthplace, and year of birth, with a record of their degrees. (Oxford: James Parker & Co., 1891-1892)
    4: 1465.

    “Temple, (Sir) Thomas, of Bucks, arm. fil. University Coll., matric. 22 June, 1582, aged 16; of Stowe, Bucks, baptised 9 Jan., 1566–7; student of Lincoln's Inn 1584, knighted July, 1603, created a baronet 29 June, 1611 (s. John, of Stowe), M.P. Andover 1588–9, died 1625; father of Thomas next-named. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.

  4. 4.0 4.1 “Will of Sir Thomas Temple of Wolverton, Buckinghamshire”, in Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Prerogative Court. Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related probate jurisdictions: Will registers. (Kew, England: The National Archives)
    PROB 11/173/460, [digital images, Ancestry.com].

    < http://interactive.ancestry.com/5111/40611_310914-00111 >
    Dated 4 Feb. 1632[/33]. Sir Thomas Temple of Wolverton, co. Bucks, knight and baronet, who “have devised my estate amongst [my posterity] in my life time”, bequeathed to his children (not named), brother William Temple's eldest daughter (his goddaughter) and other children, the eldest sons of several men, and other persons. Sole exix. his wife (not named, but written as “Dna Hestera Temple” in probate). Wits. Edward Hobbs, Thomas Tyler, and John Mansell. Probate 13 March 1636[/37].

  5. Metcalfe, Walter C. (Walter Charles). A book of Knights Banneret, Knights of the Bath, and Knights Bachelor, made between the fourth year of King Henry VI. and the restoration of King Charles II. and knights made in Ireland, between the years 1566 and 1698: together with an index of names. (London: Mitchell and Hughes, 1885)
    p 144, also p 226 (Notes and Corrections); cites Cotton MS., Claudius, C. iii, fol. 239–264.

    “1603. At Sr John Fortescue's,—June: Sr Thomas Temple.”

  6. Shaw, William A. (William Arthur), and G. D. (George Dames) Burtchaell. The knights of England: a complete record from the earliest time to the present day of the knights of all the orders of chivalry in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of knights bachelors. (London: Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood, 1906)
    2: 112.

    “? 1603, June 28. Thomas Temple, of Stow, Bucks (at Salden House).”

  7. Lincoln's Inn (London, England), and William Paley Baildon (ed.). The records of the Honorable Society of Lincoln's Inn: Admissions from A.D. 1420 to [A.D. 1893, and Chapel registers]. (London: Lincoln's Inn, 1896)
    1: 100; cites Black Book no. 6, folio 127.

    “1584, 26 Eliz., Oct. 13, Thomas Temple, of Bucks.”

  8. The place of burial was mentioned in the will of his wife Hester.