Sterling Joseph Dellinger
was born circa 30 September 1907. He was the son of Charles A. Dellinger
and Catherine "Katie" Beaverson
. Sterling Joseph Dellinger died on 31 January 1935 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania
. He was New Tag Obituary from a 1 February 1935 newspaper:
"Sterling Dellinger Dies
Sterling Joseph Dellinger, son of Charles A. Dellinger, North Franklin street, who resided with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis, 133 North Charles street for a number of years, died at 6:25 o'clock last evening in the University of Pennsylvania hospital, Philadelphia, where he underwent for operations within the past year. Death was caused by a complication of diseases. He was 27 years old and leaves his father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Dellinger; a brother, Curvin Dellinger, this place and a step-brother, George Dellinger, Washington, D.C. He was a member of the Young Men's Bible class of Bethany United Brethren Sunday school taught by Congressman Harry L. Haines. The funeral will be Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Services will be conducted in the Burg Funeral home by Rev. G.C. Gabriel, pastor of St. Paul's Evangelical church. Burial will be in Canadochly cemetery, near Delroy, Lower Windsor township."
From another newspaper:
"DELLINGER - On Jan. 30, 1938, at 6:25 p.m., at the University of Pennsylvania hospital, Philadelphia, Sterling Joseph Dellinger, son of Charles A. Dellinger, Red Lion, age 27 years and 4 months.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral at the Burg Funeral home, Red Lion, Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m. Interment in Canadochly cemetery.
Friends may call at the Burg Funeral home Tuesday betwen 7 and 9 p.m."
On 1 February 1935 at York Co., Pennsylvania
. He was buried on 3 February 1935 at Canadochly Cemetery, Lower Windsor Twp., York Co., Pennsylvania
; Funeral notice from a 3 Feb. 1935 York Co., Pennsyvlania newspaper:
"Funeral of Sterling Dellinger
The funeral of Sterling Joseph Dellinger, son of Charles A. Dellinger, North Franklin street, who died at the University of Pennsylvania hospital, Philadelphia, Sunday evening was held today. For the past several years, he had resided with J.T. Gemmill and for serveral months, before being taken to the hospital, resided with Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis, North Charles street. All services were conducted at the Burg funeral home, this place at 1:30 o'clock, this afternoon, by Rev. G.C. Gabriel, pastor of St. Paul's Evangelical church, this place. During the service, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wright sang, "Some Day it Won't Be Long," accompanied on the organ by Marie Quigley. The pallbearers were: Charles Urey, James Smith, Walter Haugh, Stewart Reichard, Bud Ray and Lloyd Graham. Interment was made in Canadochly cemetery, near Delroy, Lower Windsor township. The service was largely attended by relatives and friends."