Mack, Alfred Wolcott, was born in Lyme, Conn., December 2, 1807. In early life he was a successful teacher,
and later became a carpenter and master builder, his efforts in business being rewarded with a substantial competency.
His parents moved to Susquehanna county, Pa., about 1810, and the early years of Alfred were spent in Brooklyn.
He became a resident of Barre in 1843, coming to Western New York at the suggestion of friends. In this town Mr.
Mack was a farmet He was a strong Republican in politics, and a non sectarian Christian in religious sentiment.
His wife, whom he married in Brooklyn, September 13, 1834, was Elizabeth, daughter of Nathan and Electa (Fox) Jewett.
Their children were: Ellen Elizabeth, wife of Eugene Sterling, of West Gaines; Lavina Jewett, wife of Stephen Skinner;
and Caroline Elects, who lives at home with her mother. Alfred W. Mack died August 15, 1884.
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