Philipp Edmund Mock
|Birthplace:||New York City, USA|
|Death:||Died in USA|
|Cause of death:||Heart Failure/Disease|
|Occupation:||Banking; Piano Manufacturing|
|Managed by:||June Barnes|
Historical records matching Philipp Edmund Mock
About Philipp Edmund Mock
- Name: Mr Philipp Edmund Mock
- Born: Tuesday 16th August 1881
- Age: 30 years
- Last Residence: in New York City New York United States
- 1st Class passenger
- First Embarked: Cherbourg on Wednesday 10th April 1912
- Ticket No. 13236 , £57 15s
- Cabin No.: C78
- Rescued (boat 11)
- Disembarked Carpathia: New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912
- Died: Saturday 16th June 1951
- Cause of Death: Heart Failure / Disease
Mr Philipp Edmund Mock, was born in New York City on 16 August 1881 the son of German immigrants Richard and Emma Mock. Richard Mock died in New York City in 1905. Philipp studied art in Europe and attended Suwanee University. He was a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. He also served in the U. S. Armed Forces during the Spanish-American war.
Mr Mock was travelling home on Titanic, with his sister, Emma Schabert. Both were rescued in lifeboat 11.
Following the disaster Mock married Alvis Ehrman who was born February 3, 1881 and died in August of 1963. The couple, who were childless, resided in New York, where Mr Mock became involved in banking, as well piano manufacturing. The couple moved from New York to Florida in 1935, where Mr Mock began instructing art at The Casements in Ormond.
He had memberships in the Ormond Golf and Country Club and the Alpine Mountain Club in Switzerland.
Philipp Mock passed away on 16 June 1951, at the Halifax District Hospital, Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida. His body was forwarded to the Carey Hand Crematory.
Travelling Companions (on same ticket)
- Mrs Emma Schabert
References and Sources
- State Of Florida Certificate Of Death
- Dayton Beach Evening News (Florida), June 16, 1951, Obituary
- Phillip Gowan, USA
- Rob Ottmers, USA
Philipp Edmund Mock's Timeline
August 16, 1881
New York City, USA
June 16, 1951