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The Temple family lived in the North Lodge in Beckett Street Cemetery until retiring in about 1927.
In Sylvia Barnard's book 'To Prove I'm Not Forgot' there is a description of how the Temple family lived after they moved into the North Lodge, written by their son Stanley who was born there in 1904. (This book can be purchased from the Friends of Beckett Street Cemetery, via the website).
Clara Hannah Temple (nee Rawson) was born on 25 March 1865 in Kirkby Moorside. Her parents were Job Rawson and Sarah Elizabeth Sellers. Job was a Farm Labourer.
She married Frederick Temple in York on 17 June 1883. His parents were Miles Newton Temple and Elizabeth Johnson. Miles was a Greengrocer.
Frederick and Clara moved from York when Frederick obtained the position of gardener at Waterloo Villa, the home in Garforth of ironworks owner Henry Berry. In the 1890's he took the job of Gardener for Leeds Corporation at Burmantofts Cemetery (Beckett Street), and with his wife Clara and four young children moved into the North Lodge, where a further two children were born.
When Frederick retired they had to leave their beloved North Lodge and moved to 11 Ashley Road, Leeds.
When Frederick died in September 1944 (age 80) he was buried in a plot he had chosen and considered the best in the Cemetery number 16359. Clara Hannah joined him in 1952 age 87 years. There is no headstone.
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Frederick Temple. Died 1944 aged 80. Lived in the cemetery at the North Lodge. He was employed as the cemetery gardener for 30 years or so and is buried with his wife Clara Hannah in a private grave  but no headstone. Frederick retired from his job in 1927. More can be found of the Temple family in Sylvia Barnard`s book `To Prove I`m Not Forgot`, chapter one. The photo was given by a distant relative David Botham. Clara Hannah Temple, died 1952 aged 87. Lived in the cemetery at the North Lodge with her husband Frederick who was the cemetery gardener until about 1927. She is buried with her husband in a private grave  but no headstone. More can be found of the Temple family in Sylvia Barnard`s book `To Prove I`m Not Forgot`, chapter one.