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  1. Homer Milton Templin: Birth: 23 Jan 1898 in Kansas. Death: 9 Mar 1986 in Gardner, Johnson Co., Kansas

  2. Ruth Viola Templin: Birth: 16 Oct 1899 in Kansas. Death: May 1975

  3. Reuben Terah Templin: Birth: 16 Jun 1901. Death: 8 Dec 1958 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., Oklahoma

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  5. Richard Joyce Templin: Birth: 14 Jun 1906 in Kansas. Death: 16 Apr 1957 in Seattle, King Co., Washington

  6. Edith Templin: Birth: 7 Dec 1908. Death: 28 Dec 1908

1. Title:   Obiturary
2. Title:   Cemetery Records
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4. Title:   Family Information
Page:   Frederick Leonard Trump Family Information

a. Note:   XI21940
Note:   JOSEPH "JAY" ARTHUR TEMPLIN APRIL 2, 1931 MUCH LOVED PASTOR PASSED TO HEAVENLY HOME WEDNESDAY The death of Rev. J. A. Templin, 59, one of the well-know n ministers of the Methodist church in the Northwest Kansa s conference, occurred at 12:45 today at Asbury hospital fr om the effects of influenza. He became ill at his home in G lasco last Friday and was brought to Asbury hospital in thi s city Tuesday. Suffering with a heart affliction for years , the effects of his illness brought on a heart attack tha t proved fatal. Reverend Templin, who graduated from Kansas Wesleyan Univer sity in 1904, has bee a minister in the Northwest Kansas co nference since 1902 and until last fall had been pastor o f the church at Mentor for seven years. Since fall he had b een pastor of the Methodist church in Glasco. He had been a n influential member of the conference, particularly in th e summer school of theology, for which he served as secreta ry during the period of time that the late Rev. L. O. House l was president. He also served for many years as registra r of the ministerial training school and since the death o f Mr. Housel had been chairman of the organization. Reveren d Templin leaves his widow and five children, three sons an d two daughters. Funeral services will be held on Friday morning at the Univ ersity Methodist church in charge of Rev. George M. Boicour t, district superintendent of the Northwest Conference, wh o will be assisted by Rev. J. E. Murphey, pastor of the Uni versity Methodist Church of this city and Rev. A. G. Willia mson, pastor of the First Methodist Church of this city. Bu rial will be in the Bennington cemetery. The above story tells of the prominence of Rev. J. A. Templ in in this Conference. The local congregation, which he ha s served but six short months, has known of his prominenc e in the affairs of the Conference, and have honored him fo r this service, but they also have come to know him more pe rsonally as pastor and friend and as that acquaintance ha s lengthened so had this good man raised in the esteem of h is congregation and his townsmen and he was a friend a lik e to all. His sudden passing came as a severe shock and i s most sincerely regretted by the people of our community w ho extend heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. Templin, Grandma Templ in and the children. Funeral services will be held tomorrow, Friday morning, a t ten o'clock at University Methodist Church, Salina. Membe rs of the local congregation are planning upon attending i n a body. Anyone desiring to go and having a car will fin d a conveyance as the church at eight o'clock. If you hav e room to spare in your car, please go to the Church. Glasco Sun April 2, 1931 is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.