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DECEMBER 30, 1954


WAXAHACHIE, Texas. Mrs. T. W. Templin, a resident of the Rockett community for 12 years, died at her home there Thursday.


Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Southside Church of Christ, with Wallace Mynatt, minister, officiating. Burial will be in the Bells Chapel Cemetery.


Mrs. Templin, the former Miss Ada Lillie Morris, was born in Rains county June 19, 1902. She was married to Templin in Denison in 1925. The couple lived in Lewisville before moving to the Rockett community.


Surviving Mrs. Templin are her husband four sons, T. W. Templin Jr. of Waxahachie, Jack Templin of Dallas, Jake Templin of Rockett and Ralph Templin, with the U.S. Army at Fort Belvoir, Va.; three daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Holt of Waxahachie, Mrs. James W. Henry of Denton and Mrs. Alyne Smith of Dallas; her father, W. E. Morris of Denison; four sisters, Mrs. Edgar Blackwell of McKinney, Mrs. Mary Thornsworth of Sulphur Springs, Mrs. Myrtle Riley of Mesquite and Mrs. Ruth Haswell of Pueblo, Colo., and eight grandchildren.


Dallas Morning News

December 31, 1954