WELL KNOWN MAN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW
Succumbs to Death After An Illness for Several Weeks Duration
The death of F. L. Mack occurred at his home at Mountain View Saturday morning, after an illness of several weeks duration. Mr. Mack came to Oregon in 1885 and has since resided there and made many friends who will learn with sorrow of his illness and death. He was a native of Ohio and served with the union army during the Civil War.
Besides his wife, he is survived by five children; L. W. Mack, of Dufur; A. D. Mack of Grant County, Wash.; M. B. Mack of Portland; L. R. Mack and Miss Alma Mack of Oregon City.
The funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at the family residence, and was largely attended by many friends. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery.
Rev. Blackwell of the M E. church conducted the funeral services. Many and beautiful were the floral tributes and encountering and comforting were the words and scripture which Rev. Blackwell presented to the bereaved family and friends.
Oregon death Index:
Name: Fletcher Mack
Death Date: 30 Apr 1910
Death Place: Clackamas
Private Headstone is engraved “65th Indiana Infantry”.
Ohio in the Civil War identifies him as Michael F. Mock of 26th Ohio Infantry – all census and other information on him identifies him as Fletcher L. Mack.
Michael F Mock, C, 06/15/61, Private, 07/25/64, Mustered Out, Chattanooga, TN
Not found under either Mack or Mock in 65th Indiana roster.