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Last Updated 04/16/2012
6, 1911 Monday Middletown News-Signal, Middletown, Ohio
PAUL A. SORG, JR.
Dies At His Home In New York City – Will Be Buried Here Tomorrow
Paul Arthur Sorg, Jr., the four month old son of Paul Arthur and Mrs.Grace Aull Sorg, of this city and New York City, died at the Sorg home in New York Sunday morning at 2 o’clock after a short illness with pneumonia. Word was wired to this city from New York Sunday before noon and the word flew over the city as on the wings of the wind.
Wherever it touched it left sorrow and the expression of sympathy for the sorrowing young parents were many and from the heart.
The hundreds of friends of Mr. And Mrs. Sorg extend deep sympathy to them. In the loss of their bright little boy who brought sunshine into this happy home and was the joy of his doting parents. The body will arrive in this city tomorrow, Tuesday morning over the Big Four railroad at 9:33 with the parents and friends and will be taken to the Sorg home on South Main street where the services will be held at 2 o’clock conducted by Rev. Mr. Crane, of Cincinnati. The body will be placed in the mausoleum in Woodside cemetery.
February 7, 1911 Tuesday Middletown News-Signal, Middletown, Ohio
BODY LAID TO REST
Of Paul Arthur Sorg Jr., In Mausoleum, Woodside
Beside His Grandpa The Late Paul J. Sorg
The body of Paul Arthur Sorg Jr., who died at his home in New York early Sunday morning arrived here this morning at 10 o’clock accompanied by Mr. And Mrs. Paul A. Sorg. They were met at the depot of the Big Four here by relatives and near friends. The body was escorted to the Sorg home on South Main street where the funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 o’clock.
The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Crane, of Cincinnati, a friend of the family in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives who after the services accompanied the remains to beautiful Woodside where the body was put in the Sorg mausoleum.
The collection of floral emblems from New York and from this city was the finest ever seen here in years.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Sorg will leave here this evening over the Big Four for their home in New York taking with them the sympathy of all who know them in the loss of their darling boy.
16 April 2012