No, the templar knights were all arrested and killed by order of Pope Clement V and King Phillip IV. They were arrested, tortured, and killed on October 13th, 1307. The reason that they were killed is because King Phillip needed money and the Templar Knights wouldn't give it to him and in rage he asked the pope to excommunicate in which he agreed.
No family were Knights Templar. The Knights Templar were monks who bore arms in defence of pilgrims to the Holy Land, at least in origin, and they were not supposed to marry.To find out is someone related to one of your ancestors was a Knight Templar, you will have to research those of your ancestors who descend from people who lived in Europe during the period of the Knights Templar, and see if there are any surviving records showing they were members of that order.This is not an easy or a quick thing to do as it requires tracing, and documenting, your ancestry back hundreds of years.
It was called the Elizabethan period, although many people confuse this with the Tudor period, as Queen Elizabeth 1st was a tudor, however, it was the Elizabethan. It was called the Elizabethan period, although many people confuse this with the Tudor period, as Queen Elizabeth 1st was a tudor, however, it was the Elizabethan.
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