May 23, 2022

thomas temple

Fort Jemseg
History

Fort Jemseg

Sir Thomas Temple was born  at Stowe, England in 1615. He was a British proprietor and governor of Acadia/Nova Scotia (1657–70). In 1662, he was created a Baronet of Nova Scotia…

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Thomas Temple
Biography, History, Landmarks

Thomas Temple

Thomas Temple (November 4, 1818 – August 25, 1899) was a farmer, lumberman, businessman and political figure in Fredericton. He was born in Bampton, Oxfordshire, England, the son of Charles Temple and his wife…

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Thomas Temple Fountain
History, Landmarks

Thomas Temple Fountain

The Thomas Temple Fountain was a cast iron and granite drinking fountain for "man and beast" in Fredericton. It no longer functions as a fountain but remains in place as a work of public art. It is located…

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Thomas Temple House
History, Landmarks

Thomas Temple House

This circa 1841 house, located at 318 Brunswick Street in Fredericton , with its center gable was for many years owned by Thomas Temple, lumberman, sheriff, president of the Fredericton…

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