September 11, 1925
Augustus Templin, the
German who was struck by the train about a week ago, while on his way to the
creamery, in Oxford, died on Sunday morning, in a hospital in Philadelphia. The funeral was held on Wednesday, from
the home of his niece, Mrs. Martha Bloasom, who lives
in Philadelphia. Interment was made in the city. This is
the only relative he had in this country. He had been in America about thirty years, fifteen of the years
with Dennis Timoney, in Lower Oxford.
Mr. Templin was born
in Berlin, Germany, and was about 65 years of age. He had a
wife and family there but nothing is known of them. No brothers or sisters.