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Templeton, Floch, Nugent families
Posted by: Shannon Templeton (ID *****4037) Date: January 26, 2008 at 21:13:09
  of 1839

I'm looking for information on several relatives.

Adelia Floch, born circa 1882. She was probably born in Anatone, Washington. She passed away on January 31st,1944. She is my husband Jason Templeton's paternal great grandmother. Probably buried in Clarkston, WA or Lewiston, ID.

Adelia was married to James Nugent of Newfoundland, Canada. They had a daughter named Phyllis Nugent b. 8/1/1923 in Clarkston, WA who married Rudolph "Shorty" Floyd Templeton b.4/28/1908 in Galena, Missouri. He was a carpenter.

Rudolph and Phyllis had four children, William "Bill" Ray Templeton b. 1942-current, Bob, Shirley and Pam. I have been told that Rudolph's father was named John, that he was born in Missouri, and he was a jeweler in California. I don't know what John's wife name was, as I understand she passed away early. John later married a woman named Nelly who was the stepmother to Shorty and his sister Lela Templeton.

Any information on Rudolph Templeton's, James Nugent's and Adelia Floch's families would be welcome. It's very hard to find information on these 3 relatives.

Any information you have would be appreciated.
Thank you! =D


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