History of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections

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History of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections

History of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections

Källa : Internet Archive

History of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections

History of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections

Källa : Internet Archive

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Stark, John M 335


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river. By the representation of James Stark, the skeletons were countless, and the deceased had been buried in a sitting


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Seely. Levi Spencer, Eleazer Sprague, Aaron Stark, Daniel Stark, Josiali Spencer, Eson Wilcox, John Williams, John Ward, John Wilson, William


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Spencer, Eleazer Sprague, Aaron Stark, Daniel Stark, Josiali Spencer, Eson Wilcox, John Williams, John Ward, John Wilson, William W'oodritig, Aziba


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Grand jurors: Jabez Sills, James Stark, William Buck, Elias Church, Phineas Nash, Thomas Heath, Barnabas Cary, Lemuel Harding, Hezekiah


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Anderson Dana, Obadiah Gore, Jr., James Stark, Rosewell Franklin, Capt. Stewart, Capt.


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Myers and Roswell Wells, 1823, James Stark, 1826, Richard Drinker, 1831, Amasa Hollister, Jr.


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Terwilliger, 1835, Benjamin Perry, 1836, John Stark, 1837, Eleazer Carey.


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'' The first directors were John D. Stark, Peter Winters, William Ford and Ebenezer Drake.


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1834-5, James Nesbitt. Jr., 1835, Henry Stark, 1836-7, William C. Reynolds, 1836-7, John Stnrdevant, 1838, Joseph Griffin, 1839, Andrew Cortright,


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Palmer, 1850, Abram Drum, 1853, Jasper B. Stark, 1856, Samuel Van Loon, 1859, Samuel Peterbaugh, 1862, Joseph S. Van Leer,


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Merriman, died September 3, 1876. Conrad S. Stark, died March 26, 1880. Rufus F. Bell, died May 26, 1889.


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Edwin Shorlz, March 20, 1880, Jasper B. Stark, Apnl 20,


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Denison, Soth Marvin, Obadiah Gore, James Stark, Anderson Doud, Jeremiah Ross and Zebulon Butler. This express simply followed the blazed


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three first named. In 1845 James Stark was aged fifty, and at that early day could point side by side


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was occupied by James and John Stark, the sons, grandsons and great-grandsons of the three first named. In 1845 James


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Starks. - Christopher, James and Henry Stark were all buried side by side in a cemetery a mile south of


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immortal fame-the hero of Bennington. James Stark, son of James and brother of Henry, was a member of one of


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is supposed, was given by Daniel Stark. A giandson of the slain Aaron, John D. Stark, became a prominent citizen


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1771, when Christopher Stark must have been a very aged man, both he and his son James


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giandson of the slain Aaron, John D. Stark, became a prominent citizen of Pittston.


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Anderson Dana, Obadiah Gore, Jr., James Stark, Roswell Franklin, Capt. Lazarus Stewart, Capt. Parks and Uriah Chapman, be chosen the


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Com., No. 186, Wilcox, Plains, William S. Stark, Com., No. 213, J. Stewart Robinson, Huntington Mills, W, D, Fritz, Com.


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and for the succeeding term, John M. Stark, 1875, J. B. Smith, 1876-9.


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and Mrs. A. Parsons, Cornelius Stark, father of Col. B. F. Stark, Crandall Wilcox owned the place afterward the


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merchant, his sons, Henry and John M. Stark, of West Pittston, John Stark, of Mill Creek, father of John Stark,


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Unele Fritz" Wagner, near him James Stark, farmer and merchant, his sons, Henry and John M. Stark, of West Pittston,


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Elijah Silsby. Jr., Comfort Shaw, Jonathan Stark, James Thompson, Isaac Wilson, John Warden, Crandall Wilcox, Thomas Wright.


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is its president and G. M. Stark, secretary and treasurer. A large, one-story structure, t Wxll O feet in dimensions,


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were John Cortright, Elisha Blackman, James Stark, Thomas Williams-Richardson and Samuel Carey.


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the present office. In 1808 Henry Stark, of Plains, succeeded in burning anthracite coal in a grate. This was the


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J. Grii Bth, William Apple, Cornelius Stark, Bradley Downing and Theodor Strong, councilmen, Isaac W. Moister, clerk, and Peter Polen,


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Stevens, Obadiah Smith, Paul Stark, Henry Stark, William Shoemaker, Joshua Squire, Henry Tilbury, Stephen Tuttle, Benjamin Truesdale, Daniel Truesdale, Elias


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Sprague, Polly Stevens, Obadiah Smith, Paul Stark, Henry Stark, William Shoemaker, Joshua Squire, Henry Tilbury, Stephen Tuttle, Benjamin Truesdale, Daniel


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New Jersey, Ashley, Martha (Mrs. Henry Stark, Ashley), Elmer, jeweler, Ashley, and Harry, baker, Ashley. Mr. and Mrs. Brunner are


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Ruth , daughter of John and Mary (Stark) Searle, natives of Luzerne county and of English lineage. Mr. and


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1875, to Ada, daughter of Lewis G. Stark, of near Nicholson, Pa. This union has been blessed with one child,


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Stark, daughter of Anthony and Dorothy Stark, the fruits of which union were twelve children, of whom are living Anthony,


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for his first wife. Miss Margaret Stark, daughter of Anthony and Dorothy Stark, the fruits of which union were twelve


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15, 1868, Martha, daughter of John and Mary (Stark) Searl, by which union there is one child, Mary S. Mrs.


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of Germany, and widow of Henry Stark, by whom she had three children, viz. : John, who died at the


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to Miss Catherine, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Apple) Stark, natives of Germany, and they have seven children, viz.: William


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Fred P., Jacob, Margaret (Mrs. Henry J. Stark), John and George. Mr. Riechers and family are members of the German


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and (for his second wife) Mary L. Stark, Martha (now deceased), married to David O. Me Collum: Jennie, who married


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Miss Mary L., daughter of John M. and Sarah (Davison) Stark. This happy union was blessed with three children, viz.:


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He is a son of John and Cornelia (Wilcox) Stark, and a grandson of Henry Stark, one of the pioneers


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and is a son of Cornelius and Louisa (Wagner) Stark, natives of Luzerne county. They were the parents of nine


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M. Louise and Harold Mrs. Stark is a member of the Episcopal Church, Mr. Stark of the Presbyterian Church.


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Benjamin F. Stark, proprietor of livery and transfer stables, Wilkes-Barre, was born July 15, 1845,


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member of the Episcopal Church, Mr. Stark of the Presbyterian Church. He is a member of Lodge No. 61, F.


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declining years of his life. Mrs. Stark is a member of the


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Henry Stark, retired. Plains township, P. O. Hudson, was born October 10,


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23, 1819, a son of James and Mary (Michael) Stark, natives of Pennsylvania, and of English and German origin, respectively.


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1842, a son of John M. and Sarah (Davison) Stark, he is the eldest in a family of seven


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English and German origin, respectively. James Stark, who was a farmer and contractor, was married three times and reared a


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Henry J. Stark, proprietor of a restaurant, Plains township, P. O. Hudson, was born in


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George M. Stark, manufacturer of iron and steel roofing, Pittston, and one of the leading


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Dr. J. N. Warner). Mrs. Stark is a member of the Methodist Church. Mr. Stark was school director of


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Methodist Episcopal Church. Mr. Stark has always given his political support to the Republican party.


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and German origin. Mr. and Mrs. Stark have a large circle of friends, in his political views he is independent,


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Warner married Jennie, daughter of John M. and Sarah (Davison) Stark, of Wyoming, and has two children living: Sydney and


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Plains township, a son of Isaac and Sarah (Stark) Wilcox, natives of Dutchess county, N. Y., and of Plains, Pa.,


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He is a great-grandson of Aaron Stark, who fell in the battle of Wyoming, July 3, 1778. In his father's


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Miss Augusta C, daughter of William and Mary (Head) Stark, natives of Tompkins county, N. Y. , and of English


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born February 25, 1889, and Daniel Stark, born April 7, 1892), Thomas and Isaac (twins), born January 30, 1871 (Thomas


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to Miss Catherine, daughter of John and Mary (Stark) Searle, of Plains, natives of Pennsylvania, and of English origin. This