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Oscar George
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Birth: Nov. 11, 1894
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA
Death: Aug. 4, 1951
Queens County
New York, USA

Oscar was the youngest of two sons born to Heinrich & Anna (Pfeiffer) Görg, who had emigrated separately from Germany to the United States in the 1880s.

Oscar lived with his family; first in Brooklyn, and later in Queens, in New York City.

When he was a young man Oscar and his brother had a double date with the showgirl Mae West and a friend. It is not known which of the brothers was May's date.

In 1914, he entered the Freshman Class at Dartmouth College in Hanover New Hampshire. Upon the entry of the United States into World War I, he left Dartmouth College and enlisted June 3, 1917 with the "Dartmouth Unit" as a private in the Ambulance Corps Regiment of the US Army where he served as an ambulance driver until his father's death in July 1917. Both his father and brother had died in 1917. He was honorably discharged on August 8, 1917 to care for his mother as her only living son.

On October 15, 1918, he was employed by the New York Bell Company, starting off as a clerk in the Long Lines Plant Division 1 in New York City. In 1920, Oscar was living with his mother Anna at 381 Weirfield Street in Queens, New York.

Oscar met Helen Mollenhauer at the Bell Telephone Company where they were both employed. They were married at the Mollenhauer home at 371 Webster Avenue in Jersey City, NJ on June 21, 1924. The married couple honeymooned in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Oscar and Helen had two children; Helen Jean (1925-2012) and Oscar Robert, born in 1936.

Oscar held various positions in the Traffic Department of the Telephone Company and in 1943 was appointed as Force Studies Supervisor. He held this positon until he retired in 1951 due to illness.

He loved of all kinds of sports, in particular baseball, boxing and horseracing. He was a loyal fan of the New York Giants Major League Baseball Team. The Giants moved from last place in August 1951, at the time of Oscar's death, to win the 1951 National League Pennant and the World Series.

He died at home in August of 1951 after a prolonged battle with cancer of the larynx.

Family links: 
  Heinrich Philipp Görg (1859 - 1917)
  Anna Gela Pfeiffer Görg (1864 - 1936)
  Helen Bell Mollenhauer George (1902 - 1978)*
  Henry Conrad George (1888 - 1917)*
  Oscar George (1894 - 1951)
*Calculated relationship
The Evergreens Cemetery
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA
Plot: Mt. Hebron Section -MH-841-3A
Created by: Bob George
Record added: Aug 02, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 114814028
Oscar George
Added by: JP Rayder
Oscar George
Added by: Bob George
Oscar George
Added by: Bob George
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