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Rev William Mack, Jr
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Birth: Aug. 2, 1806
Mount Bethel
Northampton County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Mar. 15, 1892
Tunkhannock
Wyoming County
Pennsylvania, USA

Rev. William Mack, Jr. was the son of William and Rachel (Gulick) Mack, Sr. He was the husband of Rachel (Everett) Mack. He was a carriage manufacturer and Local Preacher in the Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

US Census
September 26, 1850
Lower Mount Bethel, Northampton Co., PA
274-292
Family Number: 292
MACK
William age 44, b1806 PA, wheelwright
Rachel age 41, b1809 PA
dau Minerva age 17, b1833 PA
son Sedgwick age 15, b1835 PA, wheelwright
dau Hannah age 13, b1837 PA
son Russell age 10, b1840 PA
son Newton age 7, b1843 PA
Ann Derling age 68, b1782 NJ
Thos. D. Prible age 21, b1829 PA, wheelwright

Obituary
Unidentified Newsclipping - 1892
MACK.--William Mack, Jr., was born in Northampton County, Pa., nearly opposite Belvidere, Aug 2, 1806, being the sixth of a family of thirteen. His father was a native of Pennsylvania. His mother, whose maiden name was Rachel Gulick, was a native of Virginia, near Winchester. March 22, 1832, he was united in marriage to Rachel Everett, at Easton, Pa. They established their home at Richmond, Pa., where eight children were born to them. The mother and four children still survive. Brother and Sister Mack were both converted on a New Years's Eve, about two years previous to their marriage, at a cottage prayer meeting. About the year 1867 he, with his family, removed to Tunkhannock, Wyoming County, Pa., to pursue his business as a carriage manufacturer, at which he worked through the week and filled such appointments as were given him as Local Preacher on Sabbath days, The Methodist Episcopal church was his choice, in which he filled various positions acceptably up to the time when his eyesight failed him. His license as Local Preacher was renewed only a few days before his death, which occurred after an illness of about six months at his home, in Tuckhannock, March 16, 1892. Father Mack, as he was familiarly known, lived an exemplary life, enjoying many precious seasons with the Lord, not only in church services, but would often become happy while engaged in business, astonishing the men who were at work around him by overflowing with laughter and praises to God. As he lived, so he died. His last words were "Blessed Saviour, come and take me." The funeral services were conducted by his pastor, Rev. J. F. Warner, assisted by the Rev. J. H. Brown, of the Presbyterian church. 
 
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 Spouse:
  Rachel Everett Mack (1809 - 1894)*
 
 Children:
  Miriam Mack Kiefer (1833 - 1876)*
  Sedgwick Rusling Mack (1835 - 1916)*
  Russell Little Mack (1841 - 1925)*
  Newton Heston Mack (1843 - 1920)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Gravel Hill Cemetery
Tunkhannock
Wyoming County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: Mary Jane Haight-Eckert
Record added: Jan 12, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 83356801
Rev William Mack, Jr
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