What does m. temp mean in medieval notes

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I'm reviewing Burke's Peerage and Baronetage document trying to find ancestry information on "de la lynde" (it appears that Lundy derives from this).  One of the statements, it says

"She was one of the representatives of the family of
Herring, who were Lords of the hamlet of Herringston as early as the
reign of King John, through a co-heir of the family who m. temp.
Henry VI, John de la Lynde. Robert Williams d. 1569, having by
her had a son and three daus."

What does m. temp. mean? usually m. meant married I thought.. but, married temp Henry VI doesn't make sense

in Genealogy Help by Rob Lenihan G2G5 (5.0k points)
temp. Henry VI = in the time of Henry VI.  In the reign of, really.
aah.. in the reign of.. that was what I didn't understand.. it almost seemed like she married Henry VI lol

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by David Loring G2G6 Mach 8 (81.9k points)
Thanks for the link.. :)

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