|Birth: ||Jul. 3, 1872|
|Death: ||Feb. 19, 1919|
New York, USA
North Adams' Transcript February 24, 1919
Lieutenant E.J. Mack Dies in NY Hospital
Native of City had Been in Army for the Last 22 Years
First Lieutenant Edward J Mack, 46 years of age, for 22 years a soldier in the United States Army died Thursday at the New York Polyclinic Hospital. He had recently returned from overseas where he saw a year and a half of service in the commisary department of the army.
Lieutenant Mack was a native of this city and was the son of the late James and Ellen Mack. He spent his early life in the city entering the army service nearly a quarter of a century ago, and would have retired when he reached his 50th birthday. Shortly after the outbreak of the war he was commisioned a second lieuntenant and within a short time was promoted to First Lieutenancy.
Lieutenant Mack Leaves a wife, two sister, Mrs George Bowers of Lynn and Miss Sadie Mack of Elm St this city, and a brother Michael Mack of Framingham NH. A military funeral was held Saturday in Portsmouth NH, burial took place in that city.
Lena Sullivan Horan (1879 - 1973)
Served in Spanish and World Wars
New Hampshire, USA
Created by: Dyane
Record added: Jan 30, 2010
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