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Remembering local historian Jim Templin (1939-2016)


Jim Templin in costume at a Lights of Ennis fundraiser in about 2013 he dressed as George Washington to entertain an audience that included young children. The late Jim Templin was best known for his knowledge of Ennis railroading history, but in 2014 his local fame shot up several notches when he hosted the Ennis Historical Society’s successful Halloween walking tour of Myrtle Cemetery. Many locals will recall that event where educated and entertained visitors about the fascinating men and women who called Ennis home throughout the city’s 146 year history. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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