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    A. J. Templeton, farmer; P. O. Piqua; born in Newberry Township, Miami Co., Ohio, in 1833; is the son of David and Eliza (Davis) Templeton, who were both born in Pennsylvania; came to this county and located in Newberry Township, in 1814, about the close of the war of 1812, where they lived and died, he dying in 1858, and she in 1857. The grandparents on the father's side, came from Ireland, and on the mother's side from Scotland. Mr. Templeton remained with his parents till their death, when the home place was sold, and he bought the farm upon which he now resides, which was in the spring of 1862. He was married in the fall of 1856 to Nancy J. Darner, daughter of Jacob Darner, who was a native of Maryland; by this union they had four children, viz., William L., Charles D., Sallie (deceased) and Harry Edgar. William, the eldest, is now in Covington, this county, studying the profession of medicine, the others are living at home. Mr. Templeton has a good farm of 80 acres, which he has greatly improved since he purchased it, and has erected all the buildings except the house, now having a very pleasant and comfortable home; he has given great attention to the education of his children, the oldest, as stated above, taking the profession of a physician.. He is a member of the Christian Church.

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