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Harriet (Reid) Mack (abt. 1819 - 1900)

Harriet Mack formerly Reid
Born about in Huntingdon, Hastings, Upper Canadamap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 81 in Hastings, Ontario, Canadamap
Profile last modified | Created 28 Feb 2018
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Harriet was born about 1819.

Her son William's death registration lists her maiden name as Reid and her birthplace as Huntingdon.

Harry W. Mack lists her birthplace as Madoc.[1]

She passed away on Dec. 16, 1900 in Hastings County, Ontario and was buried at Wellmans Cemetery in Rawdon.[2]


1861 Census - Rawdon, Hastings, Canada West[3]
1871 Census - Rawdon, North Hastings, Ontario, Canada[4]
1881 Census - Stirling, North Hastings, Ontario, Canada[5]
1891 Census - Stirling, North Hastings, Ontario, Canada[6]

Research Notes

Ancestry suggests her parents may be Solomon Reed and Sarah Lake.


  1. The Mack and Sine families by Harry W. Mack. Page 7-8.
  2. Death registration for Harriet Mack, Dec. 16, 1900, Hastings co., Ontario, Canada. "Ontario Deaths, 1869-1937 and Overseas Deaths, 1939-1947," database with images, FamilySearch.
  3. Lewis Mack household, Rawdon Township, Hastings, Canada West. 1861 Census of Canada East, Canada West, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Page 52 Lines 32-39 Library and Archives of Canada Microfilm C-1033.
  4. Lewis Mack household, Rawdon, North Hastings, Ontario, Canada. 1871 Census of Canada. Page 42 Household 144 Family 147 Lines 15-17. Library and Archives of Canada Microfilm C-9993.
  5. Louis Mack household, Village of Stirling, North Hastings, Ontario, Canada. 1881 Census of Canada. Page 30 Dwelling 169 Family 171 Lines 15-16 on Library and Archives of Canada Microfilm C-13238.
  6. Lewis Mack household, Stirling (village), North Hastings, Ontario, Canada. 1891 Census of Canada. Page 22-23 Family 129 Lines 13-14 on Library and Archives of Canada Microfilm T-6343.

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