Mark is the author of the Gospel of Mark and one of the twelve apostles of Jesus. He was born in the first century, and died in the six-eighth century in the hand of pagans of Serapis. Mark could also be St. John Mark, which was born in Cyrene, a city in the Pentapolis of North Africa (now Libya). If Mark and St. John Mark is the same person, then Mark was the man who carried water to the house where the Last Supper took place. Mark had a Church named after him in Alexandria.
According to copticchurch.net, “St. Mark's mother, was admirer of Jesus Christ and followed Him everywhere and that St. Mark was one of the attendants who served at the feast in Cana of Galilee at which Jesus Christ turned the waster into wine: "And the third day there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee ... and both Jesus and was called and his disciples, to the marriage .. when the ruler of the feast had tasted the water that was made wine, ... This was the first miracle Jesus did ..." (John 2:1-11)”
Mark had titles of “The Evangelist, the Apostle, the Witness and the Martyr.”