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The Michael Shoemaker book : (Schumacher)

The Michael Shoemaker book : (Schumacher)

Källa : Internet Archive

The Michael Shoemaker book : (Schumacher)

The Michael Shoemaker book : (Schumacher)

Källa : Internet Archive

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of Lot No. 18, from Jonathan Stark and, a little later, he bought one-half an acre of Lot No. 7.


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he was appointed Constable, succeeding William Stark. He was appointed again in 1790. In 1809 Jesse Gardner, William Slocum and


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Daniel Rosenkrans, of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., James Stark and Joseph Patrick, of Tunkhannock, Pa., also went to Delaware Co., Ohio. Dr.


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married to Lucy, daughter of James and Rebecca (Rosenkranz) Stark. They removed to Delaware Co., Ohio, and settled in Galena


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July 9, 1849, to George Hiram Stark, (Family No. 1016Stark), married (2) to Dr.


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Truman, (2), Amos, married to Hannah Stark, (3), Lucius, married to Catharine, daughter of James and Sarah (Abbott) Kennedy, (4),


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which he had bought from Henry Stark.


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Jan. 16, 1832, daughter of John and Mary (Stark) Searl , 5, Thomas M. 6, Mary E., born Nov. 24,


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Jan. 27, 1803, daughter of Henry and Elizabeth (Kennedy) Stark. (Family No. 1016


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Dunmore, Pa.) was married to Hiram Stark, (Family No. 1016Stark). Adam Tedrick was married (2) to Catharine, born in Greenwich,


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Jan. 2, 1834, son of George and Jerusha (Stark) Cooper. He was born on the Cooper homestead in Pittston Township,


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Eleazer Blackman, a proxy for James Stark in the Wilkes-Barre records. His name also appears in the List of Settlers


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Nov. 29, 1900, daughter of Nathan and Dorcas (Dickson) Stark, (Family No. 1016StarkDickson), of Tunkhannock Township, now Wyoming Co., Pa.


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Oct. 17, 1901, son of John and Cornelia (Wilcox) Stark. (Family No. 1016Stark.) Joseph Swallow was a Captain in the


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to Barbara Lane , 2, Nathan Stark, born 1829, served three years in the Civil War, not married, 3, John


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married to Abi-gail daughter of Nathan and Dorcas (Dixon) Stark, 7, Elizabeth, married to Eliphalet Stevens,o, Minerva. + "


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married to Phebe, daughter of Christopher Stark. (Family No. 1016Stark.) Increase Billings, Jr., was a resident of Pittstown District, Town


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later), 2, John, married to Polly Stark, 3, James, 4, Huldah, married (1) to Ransileer, son of Increase Billings, married


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the river on the west, Henry Stark's land on the north, the road on the east, by Daniel Gore's land


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1852, (Cooper Cemetery), daughter of John and Cornelia (Wilcox) Stark. Cain Billings and George Cooper were appointed administrators of the


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Dec. 27, 1885, daughter of Nathan and Dorcas (Dixon) Stark, buried in Dixon Cemetery, removed thence to Sunny Side, Tunkhannock,


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May 23, 1837, son of William and Polly (Carey) Stark. (Family No. 1016Stark.) BENJAMIN ERNEST SAYLOR, FAMILIES NOS. 38-(32A) Benjamin


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1802, died 1877, son of Nathan and Dorcas (Dixon) Stark, 10, Julianna (Billings) Stevens, 11, Samuel born Feb 18,


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July 22, 1845, married to George M. Stark. (Family No. 1016Stark.) THE HEZEKIAH SMITH FAMILY Hezekiah Smith, who was born


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Hooker Smith by Martin Smith, Jonathan Stark, Jonathan Newman Joseph Washburn and others Jan. 30, 1793, he sold to Deborah


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she was a daughter of William and Polly (Carey) Stark. He was married (2) to Thankful Wilcox (Family No. 1016-Wilcox).


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subsequently became the property of Paul Stark (Family No. 1016Stark), whose name appears as Warrantee. After the battle of Wyoming,


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Wilkes-Barre, June 25, 1798, to Henry Stark


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23, 1777, he bought from William Stark (Family No. 1016Stark) Meadow Lots Nos. 28, 29,


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1, Chester, 2, Major General William Stark Rosencrans, born Sept. 6,


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June 14, 1905, son of John and Sarah (Stark) Myers, (Family No. 1016Stark) whose children were : i, Rollin Sharps,


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Pa., Sept. 22, 1787, with William Stark and Samuel Allen on his bond in $400, was appointed administrator of Elias


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to James Frederick, son of James and Mary (Wagner) Stark, (Family No. 1016Stark) , 4, Rebecca, born April 13, 1835,


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(Hollenback Cemetery, Wilkes-Barre), son of Isaac and Sarah (Stark) Wilcox, (Family No.


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Jacob, who was married to Hannah Stark, (Family No. 1016


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No. 36-Billings), married (2) to Nathan Stark, (Family No. 1016Stark) , perhaps 3, Sophia, married to Roswell Capwell. Some of


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Miss Rogers and (2) to Hannah Stark. In 1794 he sold to Moses Scovel 160 acres of land, in Exeter


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May 29, 1838, daughter of John and Mary (Stark) Searle. (Family No. 1016Stark.) (Searle family later.) To James Dean and


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to Clarissa Dayton, daughter of John and Mary (Stark) Searl (Family No. 1016Stark, No. 993-Searl), whose children were:


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Nov. 26, 1805, daughter of Henry and Elizabeth (Kennedy) Stark, (Family No. 1016Stark) , 4, Elizabeth, born Feb.


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died April, 1891, daughter of Henry Stark, (see later) , 3, Daniel, born May 17,


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1805, she is described as Abigail Stark, widow of Asaph Whittlesey, and the three children of Asaph Whittlesey are named


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Richards, now Stark, wife of Samuel Stark. In Orphans' Court proceedings of Jan.


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June 28, 1892, son of Henry and Elizabeth (Kennedy) Stark, (Family No. 1016Stark) , 3, Frances, married, Oct.


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Simon Marcy's heirs. He named John Stark, "formerly my brother-in-law," and Punderson Avery, executors. He was apparently married twice. His


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estate, Feb. 18, 1851, with Samuel Stark on his bond in $200, (4), Lydia, born Jan. 24, 1817, died Aug.


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Mary Stark, daughter of John M. and Sarah (Davison) Stark, (see later). William H. Shoemaker was an assistant to


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Rev. Solomon Weiss, to Mary L. Stark, daughter of John M. and Sarah (Davison) Stark, (see later). William H.


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III. (4). Christopher, son of William and Elizabeth Stark, was born at Groton, Conn., in 1698, and


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III. (4). Christopher, son of William and Elizabeth Stark, was born at Groton, Conn., in 1698, and


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III. (4). Christopher, son of William and Elizabeth Stark, was born at Groton, Conn., in 1698, and


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Jan. 23, 1805, Abigail Stark, widow of Asaph Whittlesey, filed a petition in the Orphans' Court at Wilkes-Barre,


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I. Aaron Stark, born in England, in 1608, died, in New London, Conn., in 1685.


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IV. (5). Aaron, son of Christopher and Johannah (Walworth) Stark, was born Nov. 7, 1732, and was killed in the


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Co., N. Y. Asahel and Nathan Stark lived, in 1790, at Stephentown, Albany (late Rensselaer Co.), N. Y. These are


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16 and three females, and John Stark with one son under 16 and three females, all lived in Pawlington," Dutchess


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under 16 and one female, James Stark with one son over 16, four sons under 16 and three females, and


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Plymouth in 1792. In 1790 Aaron Stark with five sons under 16 and one female, James Stark with one son


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SHOEMAKER BOOK (Family No. 994-Whittlesey). Samuel Stark was assessed as a taxpayer in Plymouth in 1792. In 1790 Aaron Stark


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and one sawmill in * Jonathan Stark sold to Jesse Gardner, (Family No. 14-Gardner), June 23, 1791, ten acres of


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IV. James, son of Cornelius and Joanna (Walworth) Stark, was born May 22,


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V. (2). Henry, son of James and Elizabeth (Carey) Stark, was a Major in the Pennsylvania Militia in 1800. He


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me. Timothy Symmes." (Bib.-190.) * James Stark, Jr., later known as Captain" Stark, was a soldier in Captain Spalding's Westmoreland


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Van Fleet-Kennedy, (Family No. 35-Kennedy). Henry Stark was of Northumberland, (now Luzerne) Co., Pa., March 25, 1786, when he sold


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Paul Stark of Wilkes-Barre and Samuel Stark of Pawlings Precinct, Dutchess Co., N. Y., March 27, 1792, sold to Jesse


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t Paul Stark of Wilkes-Barre and Samuel Stark of Pawlings Precinct, Dutchess Co., N. Y., March


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and their son, (3), John Michael Stark, was born Feb. 23, 1819, (see later). Their daughter (4), Elizabeth, (see later)


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21, 1851, to Elizabeth Sackett. James Stark was married (2), April 19, 1818, to Mary Michael, born Aug. 1, 1793,


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VI. (1). James, son of Henry and Elizabeth (Kennedy) Stark, was born April


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1795 when he bought from Samuel Stark of Pawling Precinct, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Lot No 5


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1890, to Georgianna, daughter of Charles and Elizabeth (Stark) Shoemaker, (see foot note) , (2), Frederic S., born July 30,


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(5). James Frederick, son of James and Mary (Wagner) Stark, was born Jan. 7, 1824, and died June 6, 1872.


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(3). John Michael, son of James and Mary (Michael) Stark, was born Feb. 23, 1819, and died March 14, 1896.


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VI. (3). John, son of Henry and Elizabeth (Kennedy) Stark, was born Jan.


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Elizabeth (Stark) Shoemaker were: (1), James Stark, married, April 30, 1872, to Lizzie Webber, (2), Jennie, (3), Mary Frances, married


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married to John, son of Henry and Elizabeth (Kennedy) Stark, (7), Maria, married to Isaac, son of James Thompson, Sr.,


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V. (6). Samuel, son of James and Elizabeth (Carey) Stark, was born in Dutchess Co., N. Y., Oct. 8, 1771,


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June 27, 1864, daughter of Daniel and Charlotte (Worden) Stark, and granddaughter of Aaron and Margaret Stark, (9), Crandall, born


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Co., N. Y., daughter of William and Mary (Head) Stark, (4), Mary, born July 6, 1830, died Jan. 26, 1834,


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married to James, son of William and Polly (Carey) Stark, who went to Delaware Co., Ohio, about 1809.


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and granddaughter of Aaron and Margaret Stark, (9), Crandall, born 1803, (10), Gardner, (11), James.


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who died in Jan., 1827. Samuel Stark and Mary, his wife, of Pawling Precinct, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Feb. 27,


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to Henry Stark of Wilkes-Barre, Lot 5 of the Third Division in Wilkes-Barre, 250


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V. (2). Nathan, son of William and Polly (Carey) Stark, was born in Dutchess Co., N. Y., Dec. 25, 1768,


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IV. (4). William, son of Christopher and Joanna (Walworth) Stark, was born about 1747 and died in Orange Co., N.


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an 'old sufferer,' and which William Stark bought from said Searle." This property was sold by Henry Stark of Wilkes-Barre,


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(Crandall) Wilcox, (see Wilcox family). James Stark removed to Kingston Township, Delaware Co., Ohio, about 1807, and is buried in


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the employ of his unele, Henry Stark, a merchant. Later he became the sole proprietor. He was married, March 29,


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married to Nathan, son of William and Polly (Carey) Stark, (3), Rachel, married to Increase, Jr., son of Increase and


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July 12, 1862, son of Wiliam and Polly (Carey) Stark, (ii), Marshall, Jr., born Dec, 1799, died Aug. 14, 1829,


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sold to Daniel Shaw and Nathan Stark all his right in a certain tract of land lying on the southeast


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1017-(1016A) Clinton S., son of William H. and Mary L. (Stark) Shoemaker, was born in Wyoming, Pa., March 9, 1873,


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Nathan Stark was married (2) to Mrs. Mary (Mullison) Billings, daughter of Reuben Mullison, (Family


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married to Permela, daughter of Nathan and Dorcas (Dixon) Stark, 2, Angeline (Lott) Whitmore, 3, Priscilla (Lott) Wilson, 4, Charles,


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1018-(1016A) Arthur W., son of William H. and Mary L. (Stark) Shoemaker, was born in Wyomirfg, Luzerne Co., Pa., Jan.


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to Arthur W., son of William H. and Mary L. (Stark) Shoemaker, (Family No. 1017).


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18, 1885, married to Sally Ann Stark, born March 16, 1816, whose children were: (1), Mary, born March, 1828, died


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April 16, 1831, married to Elizabeth Stark, died in the Civil War, (3), Joseph E., born March 24,


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is now owned by Mrs. George M. Stark, (Family No. 1016


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Court of Quarter Sessions, and Henry Stark, Cornelius Courtright, William Slocum, Philip Myers, Benjamin Dorrance and Daniel Hoyt were appointed


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to Sally Ann, daughter of James and Catharine (Wagner) Stark, (Family No. 1016


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Lot No. 30, drawn by James Stark, in 1772, and owned by him in 1778. This Lot 30, in Wilkes-Barre,