20th century history of Steubenville and Jefferson County, Ohio and representative citizens

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20th century history of Steubenville and Jefferson County, Ohio and representative citizens

20th century history of Steubenville and Jefferson County, Ohio and representative citizens

Källa : Internet Archive

20th century history of Steubenville and Jefferson County, Ohio and representative citizens

20th century history of Steubenville and Jefferson County, Ohio and representative citizens

Källa : Internet Archive

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Stark. Samuel R 746


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Stark. Charles W 688


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1871-73, John Patterson, 1872-74, William Stark, 1873-79, Joseph Beatty, 1875-81, George Starr, 1877-82, James Ball, 1879-85, Amos Parsons,


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Oliver Sook, James Spencer, Robert Stark, George Starr, John E. Stone, John Stout, Kinsey Swords, Charles Vermillion, Alexander S.


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Cornelius Salmon, Thomas Stafford, James Stark, Frank Stevens, Henry B. Stewart, John Stewart, Richard Snteliff, Edward Sweeney, Brice Viers,


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William Stone, William Leech,-Corporals, William Stark, Solomon Hipsley, George Plummer, Eli Kirk, Jacob Bickerstaff, David Hall, James Lindsey, James


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F. Cable, R. S. Moody, Walter Stark, John Johnson, Augustine Bickerstaiit", Henry Wheeler, James Wyatt, Eassellas Castner, Stephen W. Hill,


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after the fall election, when William Stark, the County Commissioner, who had been most active in the cause, was defeated


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1067 Stark. John


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and on November 19, 1865, Robert Stark. Richard Wright and Samuel Kirk were elected deacons. Rev. J. B. Dickey succeeded


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On February 7, 1874, William Stark and John Leech became elders and Samuel Huston, Simon B. Warren and William


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Spring. George Day, Allen Hanlon, James Stark, Alexander ].[orrison and James Mc Coy were elected ruling elders. Rev. Joseph H.


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and is a son of Matthew and Mary J. (Stone) Stark, both of whom were born in Cross Creek Township,


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Stark was a son of James Stark, who was born in Scotland, and came to America in 1825 and located


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Matthew Stark was a son of James Stark, who was born in Scotland, and came


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Charles W. Stark attended the district schools of Island Creek Township, and since then has


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Mr. Stark married Miss Emma M. Crawford, a daughter of the late Edward Crawford, of


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and is a son of Robert Stark, who is now deceased.


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In 1879 Mr. Stark was married to Miss Lydia Atkinson, of Steubenville, who died in 1905, leaving


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SAMUEL R. STARK, one of Steubenville 's foremost business men has been a resident of


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James Stark, his grandfather, was a native of Scotland and was one of the early


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Gault was married to Miss Nancy E. Stark, a daughter of James and ].fargaret (Todd) Stark, her father a native


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rs. Gault were James and Elizabeth Stark, pioneers of Jefferson County. She was one of the following children born to


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of Samuel Crawford, Thomas Chambers, Charles Stark, Etta Usher, wife of Reed Scott, Frank M., Margaret E. , and Elizabeth


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Thompson was married to Miss Nancy Stark, a daughter of James and Elizabeth (Mc Gee) Stark, who were farming people


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Nancy Stark, a daughter of James and Elizabeth (Mc Gee) Stark, who were farming people in Jefferson County, and whose


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and is a son of William Stark, who died January, 1896, at the age of seventy-seven years. His father was


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Ross D. Stark was reared and educated in Jefferson Coimty and was engaged in agricultural