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February 28, 2007

Mock Family Historian Working Chart # 62

George Mack  of Saginaw, Michigan 

 

I. George Mack  b. Germany; m. 28 Jan 1841 in Pfalz, Erdesbach, Civil to Louisa Closs

1.1 - George Mack  b. 22 Aug 1841

1.2 - Frederick Mack  b. 9 Sep 1844  (Bavaria), Pfalz, Erdesbach Civil Germany; d. 10 Apr 1912 Saginaw, MI; m. 1877 Mary Tack

1.2.1 - Charles Jacob Mack  b. Saginaw, MI; d. 12 Mar 1934 Saginaw, Michigan; m. 1st  Anna Belle Brouillet;  m. 2nd   Bernice Mathewson

child by 1st marriage

1211 - Ellsworth Charles Mack  b. 15 Jan 1915 Saginaw, MI; d. France in WW II abt. 24 Nov 1944 ; m. 7 Aug 1939 in Saginaw MI to Marie Helen Guy,  d/o  Jesse Guy & Anna Kampert

child by 2nd marriage

1212 - Hayes Mack

 

1.2.2 - Julia Mack

1.2.3 - Elizabeth Mack

1.2.4 - Margaret Mack

1.2.5 - Fred Mack

1.2.6 - Louis Mack

1.2.7 - George Mack

 

1.3 - Jacob Mack  b. 28 May 1847

1.4 - Louisa Mack  b. 19 Nov 1852

1.5 - Juliana Mack  b. 10 Aug 1855

Researcher:

Kena Mack Hall - PUGS53@aol.com

 

Note:

1.2 - Obituary from Saginaw News

Frederick Mack died at the family home at 1:20 yesterday morning of tuberculosis, aged 67 years.  Mr. Mack was born in Bavaria September 9, 1844. He came to America, coming directly to Saginaw in 1876.  He married to Miss Mary Tack in 1877. Since their marriage they have lived in Saginaw.  Mr. Mack was a musician by profession and had played in all of the bands in Saginaw since coming here.   He was a Clarinet player.  He leaves  his wife, four sons and seven daughters:  Mrs. C.R. Johnson, Indianapolis, IN, Mrs. Clyde Rappelya, Grand Rapids Michigan, Mrs. John Martush, Miss Julia, Elizabeth and Margaret all of Saginaw.  Fred, Charles, Louis and George all of Saginaw.  He was a member of the west side Arbeiter Society.