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Report 2: Detailed Genealogical Lineages of Members of Group 1

 

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Abstract / Genetic Reports / Lineages
Report 2
Group 1 Detailed Lineages

Reports 3, 4, & 5
3. 26 Member Genetic-Genealogy Report
4. Aaron Stark's Ancestral Roots; A Theory

5. Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, Stark Families

 

Group 1 Members and Their Genealogy 

Genetic Results Nomenclature

P1 = 1 thru 12 DNA Markers / P2 = 13 thru 25 DNA markers / P3 = 26 thru 37 DNA Markers

P4 = 38 thru 47 DNA Markers / P5 = 48 thru 57 DNA Markers / P6 = 58 thru 67 DNA Markers

  Group 1: Descendants of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] of New London County, Connecticut

Subgroup 1A: Descendants of William Stark [1664-1730] --- son of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]

#76234 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

James Stark

b. Before 1739 (Prob. Woodbridge, New Jersey)

d. Before May 1821 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

m. Hannah Unknown / Before March 1770 / Loudoun Co., VA

Jonathan J. Stark

b. About 1773 (Prob. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania)

d. After 1850 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Rachel Stark / 02/11/1792 / Nelson County, Kentucky

Comment: Rachel Stark was Jonathan's cousin.

Moses Stark

b. 01/09/1793 (Nelson County, Kentucky)

d. 10/24/1860 (Texas County, Missouri)

m. Sally McCleary / 03/18/1813 / Clark Co., Indiana

James M. Stark

b. 12/??/1824 (Indiana)

d. 08/05/1905 (Earlsboro, Seminole County, Oklahoma)

m. Amanda Adeline Richards Cates / 03/01/1887 / Wise Co., TX

Samuel Garrett Stark

b. 04/27/1888 (Ardmore, Carter County, Oklahoma)

d. 12/12/1967 (Lenna, McIntosh County, Oklahoma)

m. Arminta Elzora Trotter / 12/18/1914 / Wetumka, Hughes Co., OK

Father

Private

(A1a) Stark

#76234

Private

Comments 2/21/2010

#76234 (A1a) has the Group 1 37 marker Modal Haplotype and a genetic distance of zero when compared to others in Group 1 having this Haplotype. 

#76234 (A1a) shares Moses Stark [1793-1860] as a most recent common ancestor with #98044 (A1b). They then share the same direct male lineage from Moses to Aaron Stark [the Elder]. Their genetic results are a perfect match over 37 markers, both having the Group 1 37 marker Modal Haplotype; resulting in a Genetic distance of Zero. Because they are descendants of two known and different sons of Moses; — then by deduction, Moses most likely had the same Allele values at these markers. (A1a) and (A1b) are off-set by 2 generations from Moses; that is, (A1a) is two generations nearer to the generation of Moses than (A1b). 

When genetically compared, the probability (A1a) & (A1b) shared Moses as a common ancestor within the last 4 generations is  83.49%.  This is the more pessimistic probability which presumes the grandfather of (A1b) has the same allele values as (A1a). When genetically compared, the probability (A1a) & (A1b) shared Moses as a common ancestor within the last 6 generations is 93.29%. This presumes that if (A1a) had a grandson, his grandson would have the same allele values as (A1b). This would be the more optimistic probability. 

Aaron [the Elder] lived 10 generations before A and 12 generations before B.  When genetically compared, the probability (A1a) & (A1b) share Aaron [the Elder] as a common ancestor within the last 11 generations is 99.29%; within the last 13 generations is 99.71%.

These genetic probabilities suggests (A1a) & (A1b) are most likely related according to the genealogy presented.

#98044 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

James Stark

b. Before 1739 (Prob. Woodbridge, New Jersey)

d. Before May 1821 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

m. Hannah Unknown / Before March 1770 / Loudoun Co., VA

Jonathan J. Stark

b. About 1773 (Prob. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania)

d. After 1850 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Rachel Stark / 02/11/1792 / Nelson County, Kentucky

Comment: Rachel Stark was Jonathan's cousin.

Moses Stark

b. 01/09/1793 (Nelson County, Kentucky)

d. 10/24/1860 (Texas County, Missouri)

m. Sally McCleary / 03/18/1813 / Clark Co., Indiana

Thompson Little Stark

b. Oct. 1829 (Indiana)

d. 1899 (Raymondsville, Texas County, Missouri)

m. Ellender Morgan / 05/28/1847 / Texas Co., MO

Robert Samuel Stark

b. 12/17/1858 (Missouri)

d. 02/28/1911 (Missouri)

m. Mary M. Bailey / 03/14/1880 / Texas Co., MO

George Henry Stark

b. 06/05/1882 (Texas County, Missouri)

d. 07/29/1948 (Rural Jackson, Texas County, Missouri)

m. Nora Ethel Snodgrass / 01/15/1904 / Texas Co., MO

John Earnest Stark

b. Oct. 1904 (Texas County, Missouri)

d. Apr 1971 (Texas County, Missouri)

m. ????

Father

Private

(A1b) Stark

#98044

Private

Comments 2/21/2010

#798044 (A1b)) has the Group 1 most common H37 Haplotype and a genetic distance of zero when compared to that Haplotype. 

#76234 (A1a) shares Moses Stark [1793-1860] as a most recent common ancestor with #98044 (A1b)). They then share the same common ancestors from Moses to Aaron Stark [the Elder]. Their genetic results are a perfect match over the H37 Haplotype resulting in a Genetic distance of Zero. Because they are descendants of two known and different sons of Moses — and — they both have the same allele values over all of the H37 Haplotype DYS markers, then by deduction, Moses most likely had the same Allele values at these markers. (A1a) and (A1b) are off-set by 2 generations from Moses; that is, (A1a) is two generations nearer to the generation of Moses than (A1b). 

When genetically compared, the probability (A1a) & (A1b) shared Moses as a common ancestor within the last 4 generations is  83.49%.  This is the more pessimistic probability which presumes the grandfather of (A1b) has the same allele values as (A1a). When genetically compared, the probability (A1a) & (A1b) shared Moses as a common ancestor within the last 6 generations is 93.29%. This presumes that if (A1a) had a grandson, his grandson would have the same allele values as (A1b). This would be the more optimistic probability. 

Aaron [the Elder] lived 10 generations before (A1a) and 12 generations before (A1b).  When genetically compared, the probability (A1a) & (A1b) share Aaron {the Elder] as a common ancestor within the last 11 generations is 99.29%; within the last 13 generations is 99.71%.

These probabilities suggests (A1a) & (A1b) are most likely related according to the genealogy presented.

#230493 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

James Stark

b. Before 1739 (Prob. Woodbridge, New Jersey)

d. Before May 1821 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

m. Hannah Unknown / Before March 1770 / Loudoun Co., VA

Jonathan J. Stark

b. About 1773 (Prob. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania)

d. After 1850 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Rachel Stark (Cousin) / 02/11/1792 / Nelson Co., KY

Enoch Stark

b. 01/24/1794 (Nelson County, Kentucky)

d. 01/??/1864 (?Greene County, Indiana)

m. Gilly Carril / 02/22/1816 / Clark Co., IN

Mardecai Raymond Stark

b. 04/13/1834 (Clark Co., Indiana)

d. 1880-1889 (probably Greene Co., IN)

m. Rebecca Henderson / Bef. 1865 / Indiana

Franklin Randolph Starks

b. 1873 (Indiana)

d. 12/16/1953 (Oak Ridge, Anderson Co., Tennessee )

m. Ida ???/ 1876 / Indiana

Father

Private

(A1c) Starks

#230493

Private

Comments 04/18/2012

#230493 (A1c) has results over Markers 1 through 25. He has a perfect 25/25 match ratio to the H25 Modal Haplotype. Their is a 99.12% probability he shares a common ancestor with other members with this haplotype within the last 20 generations. (A1c) and #78077 (A1d) share Enoch Stark as a common ancestor. (A1d) has a mutation at Marker DYS449. When they are compared, their is a 93.74% probability they share a common ancestor within 20 generations; and a 71.48% probability within 11 generations and share Aaron Stark as a common ancestor.  The results over 25 markers are sufficient to place (A1c) in Subgroup 1A, descendants of William Stark [1664-1730].

#78077 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

James Stark

b. Before 1739 (Prob. Woodbridge, New Jersey)

d. Before May 1821 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

m. Hannah Unknown / Before March 1770 / Loudoun Co., VA

Jonathan J. Stark

b. About 1773 (Prob. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania)

d. After 1850 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Rachel Stark (Cousin) / 02/11/1792 / Nelson Co., KY

Enoch Stark

b. 01/24/1794 (Nelson County, Kentucky)

d. 01/??/1864 (?Greene County, Indiana)

m. Gilly Carril / 02/22/1816 / Clark Co., IN

Carroll Bower Stark

b. 04/10/1821 (Clark County, Indiana)

d. 02/02/1891 (Linton, Greene County, Indiana)

m. Caroline Rains / 01/20/1848 / Lawrence Co., IN

William Franklin Stark

b. 10/25/1848 (Lawrence County, Indiana)

d. 03/08/1929 (Greene County, Indiana)

m. Lydia Eliza C. Synder Snider / 10/05/1871 / Greene Co., IN

Father

 

(A1d) Stark

#78077

Private

Comments 02/22/2010

#78077 (A1d) has a genetic distance of 1 when compared to the Group 1 most common H37 Haplotype. He Has an allele value of 30  at Marker 21 (DYS-449) while the most common Allele value at this marker is 29.

(A1d) is a descendant of Enoch Stark [1794-1864]; a brother of Moses Stark [1793-1860]. (A1a) & (A1b) share Moses as a common ancestor. Moses and Enoch were sons of Jonathan J. Stark [1773-1850]; the most recent common ancestor of (A1a), (A1b), & (A1d). Because (A1a) & (A1b) were a perfect match over their H37 Haplotype comparisons, Moses most likely had the same H37 Haplotype. However, when (A1d) is compared to either (A1a) & (A1b) over the H37 Haplotype, there is a mutation at Marker 21 between these lines of descent resulting in a genetic distance of 1. With the genetic and genealogy information available, we can only report the source of the Marker 21 mutation could have been Enoch himself, or could have occurred  in any of the generations in this descendant line; which would also include (A1d).

 When genetically compared, the probability (A1a) & (A1d) shared: 1) Jonathan J. Stark [1773-1850] as a common ancestor within the last 6 generations is  76.87%; 2) Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor within the last 8 generations is 88.06%; and 3) Aaron Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor within the last 11 generations is 95.84%.

Using the confidence threshold of 85%, there is less certainty the genetic comparison of (A1a) & (A1d) can predict they share Jonathan J. Stark as a common ancestor as reported in the genealogy; but this result doesn't totally rule out the possibility. The genealogy suggests Jonathan Stark [the Elder] was a common ancestor; the genetic prediction improved to a probability of 88.06%. The 95.84% genetic prediction Aaron Stark [the Elder] was a common ancestor provides considerable confidence he was a common ancestor of (A1a) & (A1d) as suggested by the genealogy.

(A1g) and (A1d) share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor and both have results over the H67 Haplotype. When genetically compared over the H67 Haplotype, the probability (A1g) and (A1d) share Jonathan as a common ancestor within 8 or 9 generations is between 82.52% and 87.67%. According to the genealogy, (A1g) and (A1d) are off-set by one generation. The same comparison of (A1g) & (A1i) has a probability they share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor in the last 9 generations is 96.46%. When (A1d) & (A1i) are compared over H67, the probability they share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] was a common ancestor in the last  8 or 9 generations is between 94.73% and 96.68% (One generation off-set). When (A1g) & (A1i) are compared over H67; the probability they share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor within the last 9 generations is 96.46%. 

The various comparisons of (A1d), (A1g), and (A1i) over the H67 Haplotype provides considerable confidence these three men are descendants of Jonathan Stark [the Elder]

 

#178528 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

James Stark

b. Before 1739 (Prob. Woodbridge, New Jersey)

d. Before May 1821 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

m. Hannah Unknown / Before March 1770 / Loudoun Co., VA

Adin H. Stark

b. 02/16/1795 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

d. After 1850 (Probably Spencer County, Kentucky)

m. Eleanor Stillwell / 01/27/1818 / Shelby Co., KY

Norborne Perry Stark

b. 02/05/1819 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

d. After 1880 (Perhaps Red River County, Texas)

m. Angeline L. Smith / About 1864 / Arkansas

Esset Academus Stark

b. 02/01/1873 (Texas)

d. 07/??/1968 (Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas)

m. Bettie Lowry / 05/08/1898 / Nevada Co., AR

Edward (Edd) Monroe

Stark

b. 08/07/1900 (Nevada County, Arkansas)

d. 05/10/1997 (Denton County, Texas)

m. Josephine A. Anderson / 08/08/1923 / Hempstead Co. AR

Father

Private

 (A1e)Stark

#178528

Private

Comments 06/25/2014

#178528 (A1e) joined the project  04/17/2010. He has a genetic distance of 1 relative to the 37 marker Modal Haplotype.  When compared to (A1a), there is a 84.11% probability they share a common ancestor within 7 generations. The genealogy of both suggests they could not share a common ancestor within the past 5 generations — suggesting the same probability they could share James Stark [1739-1821] as a first common male ancestor. There is a 96.17% probability they could share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common male ancestor within 11 generations.

 

#279117 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

James Stark

b. Before 1739 (Prob. Woodbridge, New Jersey)

d. Before May 1821 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

m. Hannah Unknown / Before March 1770 / Loudoun Co., VA

Aaron Stark

b. Bef. 1776 (Pro. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania)

d. 1837 (Spencer County, Kentucky

m. Anne Gonterman / 02/20/1800 / Nelson Co., KY

Daniel G. Stark/Starks

b. Abt. 1800 (Hardin County, Kentucky)

d. 02/??/1860 (Knox County, Missouri)

m. Abigail Kennedy / 05/01/1825 / Hardin Co., KY

John H. Starks/Stark

b. Abt. 1831 (Hardin County, Kentucky)

d. Aft. 1860 (????)

m. Hester C. Foushee / 05/10/1853 / Meade Co., KY

Henry Slaughter Starks

b. 06/26/1862 (Meade County, Kentucky)

d. 12/11/1934 (Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana)

m. Alice B. Board/ 12/29/1886 / Meade Co., KY

Orion Lee Starks

b. 01/18/1896 (Brandenburg, Meade County, Kentucky)

d. 07/17/1943 (Beech Grove, Marion County, Indiana)

m. Mary N. Roberts/ 11/25/1917 / Irvington, Breckinridge Co., KY

Father

Private

(A1f) Starks

#279117

Private

Comments 04/09/2013

#279117 (A1f) has been tested over 12 markers. He is a perfect match to the 12 marker Modal Haplotype for Group 1. Therefore, because his surname is Stark and he matches all members of Group 1 who match the 12 marker Modal Haplotype, he most likely is a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685].The Following genealogical records suggests Daniel G. Stark was a son of Aaron Stark [1776-1837] and Anne Gonterman.

 

Genealogy (Comments by Clovis LaFleur - 04/09/2013)

One descendant branch of Aaron was known by many early researchers as the Lost Kentucky Branches. Six brothers, after the Revolutionary War and before Kentucky became a State moved from Pennsylvania to Nelson County, Kentucky. Several descendants of one of these brothers, James Stark [1739-1821], later married Women with the surname Gonterman (also in the Kentucky records as "Countryman"), this family residents of Bullitt Co., KY. One of James' sons was Aaron Stark [1776-1837] who married Anne Gonterman. They later moved back to Spencer County, where Aaron Died in 1837 leaving a will. I mention this because Aaron Moved back to Spencer County as a result of the following 1826 Deed Made in Spencer County.

 

1826: This indenture made this fifth day of January 1826 between William Starke, Jacob Stark, Jonathan Stark, Daniel Stark, Elijah Stark, Adin Stark, John Gonterman and John Kester the heirs of James Stark decd of Spencer Co., to Aaron Stark for $500 tract of land lying on Elk Creek containing 71 acres in Mr. Jewels line to Wm. Jewels Wit: Thomas Frasure, Aaron Stark, Elisha Stark, Stephen X his mark Stark. Signed in this order: William Stark, Jonathan X his mark Stark, Jacob Stark, Adin Stark, Daniel Stark, Elijah Stark, John Gonterman, John Kester. Proved 16 May 1836 recorded 10 Sep 1838 Spencer Co, KY Deeds D:615

 

From the research of others, I found the following that most likely connects Daniel to Aaron and his wife, Anne Gonterman.

 

1838: Anna Stark the widow of Aaron Stark decd of Spencer County, Daniel Stark & Abigail his wife of Hardin Co., Ephraim P. Kester & Margaret his wife of Vigo Co., IN and representatives of the said Aaron Stark decd of the one part and James B. McCrocklin of the County of Spencer of the other part $1351.75 tract on waters of Elk Creek 67A corner to Elisha Brooks and William Jewell, corner to H. H. Bennetts no witnesses. Signed Anna X her mark Stark, Daniel G? Stark, Abigail, W B Stark, Ephraim P Kester, Margaret Kester. Spencer Co, KY Deeds E:217

 

This 1838 deed is referring to the same property lying on Elk Creek in Spencer County, clearly another connection to Aaron Stark and Anne Gonterman, but, also a connection to James Stark who married Hannah Unknown. Clearly, the Daniel Stark and Abigail of Hardin County are the above Daniel G. Stark and Abigail Kennedy. If the "G" middle initial happens to be correct, I would not be surprised Daniel's middle name was Gonterman.

 

#48711 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Daniel Stark

b. before 1746 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. after 1810 (Clark County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Wells / before 1768 / Prob. Loudoun Co., VA

Elizabeth could be dau. of Jacob Wells; but evidence is circumstantial.

Abraham Stark

b. 02/14/1781 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 02/03/1857 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Sarah Stark (Cousin) / 06/06/1798 / Shelby Co., KY

Elisha Simeon Stark

b. 06/20/1811 (? Butler County, Kentucky)

d. before 1870 (? Linn County, Missouri)

m. Nancy Stark (Cousin) / 09/04/1834 / Scott Co., Indiana

Simeon Elisha Stark

b. 03/23/1858 (Sullivan County, Indiana)

d. 11/23/1893 (Clay County, Illinois)

m. Eliza Louella Bedwell / 10/27/1877 / Sullivan County, Indiana

Jonathan Edward Stark

b. 04/29/1882 (Menard County, Illinois)

d. 02/02/1935 (Clay County, Illinois)

m. Nettie Belle Eaton / 04/22/1900 / Clay County, Illinois

William Aden Stark

b. 06/19/1905 (Clay County, Illinois)

d. 07/12/1959 (Los Angeles, California)

m. Edythe Mae "Edith" Keller / 01/03/1925 / ????

Father

Private

(A1g) Stark

#48711

Private

Comments 02/22/2010

#48711 (A1g) has a genetic distance of 1 when compared to the Group 1 most common H37 Haplotype. He has an allele value of 37  at Marker 34 (DYS-CDYa) while the most common Allele value at this marker is 36.

(A1g) is a descendant of Rev. Abraham Stark [1781-1857]. (A1g) shares Abraham as a common ancestor with #165568 (A1i). Member (A1i) has the most common H37 haplotype. When (A1g) and (A1i) are genetically compared, they have a genetic distance of 1. (A1g) and (A1i) were also tested over the H67 Haplotype; their total genetic distance remaining 1  — having a perfect match over Markers 38 through 67.

#48711 (A1g) has a genetic distance of 1 when compared to the Group 1 most common H37 Haplotype. He has an allele value of 37  at Marker 34 (DYS-CDYa) while the most common Allele value at this marker is 36.

#48711(A1g) is a descendant of Rev. Abraham Stark [1781-1857]. (A1g) shares Abraham as a common ancestor with #165568 (A1i). Member (A1i) has the most common H37 haplotype. When (A1g) and (A1i) are genetically compared, they have a genetic distance of 1. (A1g) and (A1i) were also tested over the H67 Haplotype; their total genetic distance remaining 1  — having a perfect match over Markers 38 through 67.

When genetically compared over the H37 Haplotype, the probability (A1g) and (A1i) share Abraham as a common ancestor within the last 7 generations is 82.51%.  Over these same markers, the probability they share Aaron Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor within 12 generations is 96.94%. When compared over the H67 Haplotype, the probability within the last 7 generations is 91.32% and the probability within 12 generations is 99.12%.

Using the confidence threshold of 85%, there would seem to be less certainty the genetic comparison of (A1g) & (A1i) over the H37 Haplotype could predict they share Abraham as a common ancestor as reported in the genealogy; but their comparison over the H67 Haplotype provides more confidence he was a common ancestor of (A1g) & (A1i) as suggested by the genealogy. The 99.12% genetic prediction Aaron Stark [the Elder] was a common ancestor provides considerable confidence he was a common ancestor of (A1g) & (A1i) as suggested by the genealogy.

(A1g) and (A1d) share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor and both have results over the H67 Haplotype. When genetically compared over the H67 Haplotype, the probability (A1g) and (A1d) share Jonathan as a common ancestor within 8 or 9 generations is between 82.52% and 87.67%. According to the genealogy, (A1g) and  (A1d) are off-set by one generation. The same comparison of (A1g) & (A1i) has a probability they share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor in the last 9 generations is 96.46%. When  (A1d) & (A1i) are compared over H67, the probability they share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] was a common ancestor in the last  8 or 9 generations is between 94.73% and 96.68% (One generation off-set). When (A1g) & (A1i) are compared over H67; the probability they share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor within the last 9 generations is 96.46%. 

The various comparisons of  (A1d), (A1g), and (A1i) over the H67 Haplotype provides considerable confidence these three men are descendants of Jonathan Stark [the Elder]

R-U106 is a shorthand Haplogroup presentation for Haplogroup R1b1a2a1a1a*. #N17289 & #48711 have undergone deep SNP testing at FTDNA with these results:

 

SNPs Tested

Comments

M207+ / M173+ / M343+ / P25+

Positive SNP test results prove he is R1b1. 

M18- / M73-

Negative results for M18 and M73 prove they are not R1b1c1 or R1b1a1.

M269+ / U106+

Positive result for M269 proves they are R1b1a2*, and the positive result for U106 proves they are R1b1a2a1a1a*. [The asterisk means this is a root Haplogroup.]

U198- / P107- / L1- / L48- / L6- / 

P89.2- / L217- / L257 - / L325 -

Negative results for these SNPs prove they are not one of the known subclades of R1b1a2a1a1a*, but belong to the root/ancestral Haplogroup. 

M37- / M65- / M126- / M153- / M160- / 

M222- / P66- / SRY2627- / U152-

Negative results for these SNPS redundantly prove they are not any subclade of R1b1a2a1a1b*.

 

The R-U106 Haplogroup has been found to represent in over 25% of those  found to be R1b Haplogroup positive. The age of R-U106 is estimated to be around 3,100-3,900 years old. In Europe, R-U106 has a distribution running northwest to east and is found in higher concentrations in England (21.4%) and Scandinavia (Denmark 17.7%), reaches a maximum in the Netherlands (37.2%) and slopes down to the east through Germany (20.5%) and the Alps (Switzerland 13.3%, Austria 22.7) towards the Czech Republic (13.9%) and Ukraine (9.4%). This confirmed Haplogroup for #N17289 predicts all of the direct line descendants of Aaron Stark are R-U106 Haplogroup positive. The other members of Subgroups 1a & 1b have been predicted by FTDNA to belong to Haplogroup R1b1a2, shorthand notation being R-M269.

#119763 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Daniel Stark

b. before 1746 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. after 1810 (Clark County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Wells / before 1768 / Prob. Loudoun Co., VA

Elizabeth could be dau. of Jacob Wells; but evidence is circumstantial.

Abraham Stark

b. 02/14/1781 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 02/03/1857 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Sarah Stark / 06/06/1798 / Shelby Co. KY

Comment: Sarah was Abraham's cousin.

Jesse Abraham Stark

b. 07/29/1802 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

d. 10/15/1877 (Perhaps Boone County, Iowa)

m. Sarah Bates / 03/09/1820 / Shelby Co., KY

Simeon Samson Stark

b. 08/22/1820 (Vigo County, Indiana)

d. 02/13/1893 (Plato, Texas County, Missouri)

m. Lucretta Hearn / 05/28/1840 / Vigo Co., IN

William Hearn Stark

b. 1855 (Illinois)

d. 07/26/1917 (Hume, Edgar County, Illinois)

m. Mary Viola Stark / 09/10/1875 / Coles Co., IL

Max William Stark

b. 03/09/1896 (Hume, Edgar County, Illinois)

d. 11/??/1971 (Champaign, Champaign County, Illinois

m. Helen Sylvesta Hopping / About 1925 / ????

Father

Private

(A1h) Stark

#119763

Private

Comments 02/22/2010

#119763 (A1h) has a genetic distance of 1 when compared to the Group 1 most common H37 Haplotype. He has an allele value of 35  at Marker 34 (DYS-CDYa) while the most common Allele value at this marker is 36.

(A1h) is a descendant of Rev. Abraham Stark [1781-1857]. He shares Abraham as a common ancestor with #165568 (A1i). Member (A1i) has the most common H37 haplotype. When (A1g) and (A1i) are genetically compared, they have a genetic distance of 1. When genetically compared over the H37 Haplotype, the probability (A1h) and (A1i) share Abraham as a common ancestor within the last 7 generations is 82.51%; the probability they share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor within the last 9 generations is 91%; And the probability they share Aaron Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor within 12 generations is 96.94%. 

Using the confidence threshold of 85%, there would seem to be less certainty the genetic comparison of (A1h) & (A1i) over the H37 Haplotype could predict they share Abraham as a common ancestor as reported in the genealogy; but this result doesn't totally rule out the possibility. The genealogy suggests Jonathan Stark [the Elder] was a common ancestor; the genetic prediction improved to a probability of 91%. The 96.94% genetic prediction Aaron Stark [the Elder] was a common ancestor provides considerable confidence he was a common ancestor of (A1h) & (A1i) as suggested by the genealogy.

#518279 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Daniel Stark

b. before 1746 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. after 1810 (Clark County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Wells / before 1768 / Prob. Loudoun Co., VA

Elizabeth could be dau. of Jacob Wells; but evidence is circumstantial.

Abraham Stark

b. 02/14/1781 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 02/03/1857 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Sarah Stark / 06/06/1798 / Shelby Co. KY

Comment: Sarah was Abraham's cousin.

Jesse Abraham Stark

b. 07/29/1802 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

d. 10/15/1877 (Perhaps Boone County, Iowa)

m. Sarah Bates / 03/09/1820 / Shelby Co., KY

Simeon Samson Stark

b. 08/22/1820 (Vigo County, Indiana)

d. 02/13/1893 (Plato, Texas County, Missouri)

m. Lucretta Hearn / 05/28/1840 / Vigo Co., IN

William Hearn Stark

b. 1855 (Illinois)

d. 07/26/1917 (Hume, Edgar County, Illinois)

m. Mary Viola Stark / 09/10/1875 / Coles Co., IL

Jester Howard Stark

b. 1876 (Hume, Edgar County, Illinois)

d. 1934 (Hume, Edgar County, Illinois)

m. Erlin Mae Julian / 09/26/1900 / Edgar Co., IL

Julian Howard Stark

b. 1902 (Hume, Edgar County, Illinois)

d. 02/28/1989 (Sarasota County, Florida)

m. Elizabeth E. Fenwick / Abt 1924 / Ft. Wayne, Allen Co., IN

Jack Fenwick Stark

b. 05/02/1926 (Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana)

d. 09/26/2001 (Ft. Wayne, Allen County, Indiana)

m. Private

Father

Private

(A1h1) Stark

#518279

Private

Comments 02/06/2017

Group placement at this time based on genealogy submitted by #518279.

#165568 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Daniel Stark

b. before 1746 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. after 1810 (Clark County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Wells / before 1768 / Prob. Loudoun Co., VA

Elizabeth could be dau. of Jacob Wells; but evidence is circumstantial.

Abraham Stark

b. 02/14/1781 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 02/03/1857 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Sarah Stark / 06/06/1798 / Shelby Co. KY

Comment: Sarah was Abraham's cousin.

Jesse Abraham Stark

b. 07/29/1802 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

d. 10/15/1877 (Perhaps Boone County, Iowa)

m. Sarah Bates / 03/09/1820 / Shelby Co., KY

Simeon Samson Stark

b. 08/22/1822 (Vigo County, Indiana)

d. 02/13/1893 (Plato, Texas County, Missouri)

m. Lucretta Hearn / 05/28/1840 / Vigo Co., IN

James Albert Stark

b. 12/23/1849 (Vigo County, Indiana)

d. 12/22/1933 (Hamilton County, Iowa)

m. Sarah Catherine Homer / 09/17/1868 / Edgar Co., IL

John Victor Stark

b. 06/18/1871 (Paris, Edgar County, Illinois))

d. 07/ 01/1924 (Litchfield, Meeker County, Minnesota)

m. Lilly Caroline Sorensen/ 10/31/1895 / Stanhope, Hamilton Co., IA.

Father Private

(A1i) Stark

#165568

Private

Comments 08/25/2012

#165568 (A1i) has a genetic distance of zero when compared to the Group 1 most common H37 Haplotype. 

(A1i) is a descendant of Rev. Abraham Stark [1781-1857]. (A1g) (#48711) shares Abraham as a common ancestor with (A1i). When (A1g) and (A1i) are genetically compared, they have a genetic distance of 1. (A1g) and (A1i)  were also tested over the H67 Haplotype; their total genetic distance remaining 1  — having a perfect match over Markers 38 through 67.

When genetically compared over the H37 Haplotype, the probability (A1g) and (A1i)  share Abraham as a common ancestor within the last 7 generations is 82.51%.  Over these same markers, the probability they share Aaron Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor within 12 generations is 96.94%. When compared over the H67 Haplotype, the probability within the last 7 generations is 91.32% and the probability within 12 generations is 99.12%.

Using the confidence threshold of 80%, there would seem to be less certainty the genetic comparison of (A1g) and (A1i)  over the H37 Haplotype could predict they share Abraham as a common ancestor as reported in the genealogy; but their comparison over the H67 Haplotype provides more confidence he was a common ancestor of (A1g) and (A1i)  as suggested by the genealogy. The 99.12% genetic prediction Aaron Stark [the Elder] was a common ancestor provides considerable confidence he was a common ancestor of (A1g) and (A1i)  as suggested by the genealogy.

(A1g) and #78077 (A1d) share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor and both have results over the H67 Haplotype. When genetically compared over the H67 Haplotype, the probability (A1g) and (A1d) share Jonathan as a common ancestor within 8 or 9 generations is between 82.52% and 87.67%. According to the genealogy,  (A1g) and (A1d) are off-set by one generation. The same comparison of (A1g) and (A1i) has a probability they share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor in the last 9 generations is 96.46%. When (A1d) and (A1i) are compared over H67, the probability they share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor in the last  8 or 9 generations is between 94.73% and 96.68% (One generation off-set). When (A1g) and (A1i) are compared over H67; the probability they share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor within the last 9 generations is 96.46%. 

The various comparisons of (A1d), (A1g), and (A1i) over the H67 Haplotype provides considerable confidence these three men are descendants of Jonathan Stark [the Elder].

(A1i) and #206763 (B2e) both have a genetic distance of zero when compared to the Group 1 Modal Haplotype over 67 markers. They are direct descendants of two different sons of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] — suggesting the 67 marker Modal Haplotype is the same as the Aaron Stark Ancestral Haplotype — that is, Aaron Stark [1608-1685] most likely would have had the 67 Marker Modal Haplotype for Group 1.

 

#466007 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Daniel Stark

b. before 1746 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. after 1810 (Clark County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Wells / before 1768 / Prob. Loudoun Co., VA

Elizabeth could be dau. of Jacob Wells; but evidence is circumstantial.

Abraham Stark

b. 02/14/1781 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 02/03/1857 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Sarah Stark / 06/06/1798 / Shelby Co. KY

Comment: Sarah was Abraham's cousin.

Jesse Abraham Stark

b. 07/29/1802 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

d. 10/15/1877 (Perhaps Boone County, Iowa)

m. Sarah Bates / 03/09/1820 / Shelby Co., KY

George Smith Stark

b. 06/19/1841 (Indiana)

d. 11/13/1921 (Kitsap County, Washington)

m. Martha C. Armstrong / Abt 1866 / Probably Iowa

Ancil Levi Stark

b. 10/21/1869 (Jones County, Iowa)

d. 05/09/1956 (Deer Lodge County, Montana)

m. Lula G. Anderson / 06/10/1903 / Sheridan Co., WY

Jay Byron Stark

b. 07/19/1910 (Sheridan County, Wyoming

d. 04/19/1999 (Yakima County, Washington)

m. Guinevere E. Horton / 09/01/1934 / Yellowstone Co., MT

Dave Leo Stark

b. 07/19/1935 (Sweet Grass County, Montana

d. 07/11/2008 (Benton County, Washington)

m. Private

Father Private

(A1j1) Stark

#466007

Private
06/10/2016

#165568 (A1i) has a genetic distance of zero when compared to the Group 1 most common H37 Haplotype. 

(A1i) is a descendant of Jesse Abraham Stark [1802-1877]. (A1j1) (#466007) shares Jesse as a common ancestor with (A1i). When (A1j1) and (A1i) are genetically compared, they have a genetic distance of 1.

When genetically compared over the H37 Haplotype, the probability the Father of (A1j1) and (A1i)  share Jesse as a common ancestor within the last 6 generations is 77.24%.  Over these same markers, the probability they share Aaron Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor within 11 generations is 95.97%.

As the probability values approach the confidence threshold of 80%, there is increasing certainty the genetic comparison of (A1j1) and (A1i)  over the H37 Haplotype can predict they share Jesse as a common ancestor as reported in the genealogy. The 95.97% genetic prediction Aaron Stark [the Elder] was a common ancestor within 11 generations provides considerable confidence he was a common ancestor of (A1j1) and (A1i) as suggested by the genealogy.

#176520 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Daniel Stark

b. before 1746 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. after 1810 (Clark County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Wells / before 1768 / Prob. Loudoun Co., VA

Elizabeth could be dau. of Jacob Wells; but evidence is circumstantial.

Abraham Stark

b. 02/14/1781 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 02/03/1857 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Sarah Stark (Cousin) / 06/06/1798 / Shelby Co. KY

Stephen D. Stark

b. 02/28/1808 (Henry County, Kentucky)

d. 08/03/1869 (Story County, Iowa)

m. Elizabeth Waggoner/08/02/1827/Vernon, Washington Co., IN

Abraham Henry Stark

b. 11/??/1849 (Hamilton County, Illinois)

d. 09/05/1938 (Pasadena, Los Angeles County, California)

m. Martha Thompson / 07/01/1877 / Story Co., Iowa

William Hugh Stark

b. 02/28/1890 (Stockton, Rooks County, Kansas)

d. April 16, 1977 (San Clemente, Orange County, California)

m. Hazel Marie Hafner / 1920-1925 / ?Wisconsin?

Grandfather Stark

Private

Father

Private

(A1k) Stark

#176520

Private

Comments 05/13/2010

FTDNA reported on 05/10/2010, results for Markers 1 through 37. #176520 (A1k) has a genetic distance  of 1 when compared to members of Group 1 having the most common H37 Haplotype. (A1k) has an allele value of 39 at Marker 35. All other members of Group 1 tested at Marker 35 have an allele value of 38. When (A1k) is compared to those with the most common H37 Haplotype, the probability that he shared a common ancestor with these participants within the last 20 generations is 99.83%.

When (A1k) is compared to #165568 (A1i), having the most common H37 haplotype — and sharing Rev. Abraham Stark [1781-1857] as a common ancestor within the last 7 generations —  the probability is 82.51% they share Abraham as a common ancestor within 7 generations; 87.4% they share Daniel Stark [1746-1810] as a common ancestor within 8 generations; 91% they share Jonathan Stark [the elder] as a common ancestor within 9 generations; 93.61% they share William Stark (Junior) as a common ancestor within 10 generations; 95.5% they share William Stark (Senior) as a common ancestor within 11 generations; and 96.84% they share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 12 generations.

The comparison of (A1i) and (A1k) over the H37 Haplotype provides considerable confidence (A1k) is a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] and that his lineage to Stephen D. Stark [1808-1869]; and from Stephen to  Aaron Stark [1608-1685] is genealogically correct.

 

#9Z5ZG - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Daniel Stark

b. before 1746 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. after 1810 (Clark County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Wells / before 1768 / Prob. Loudoun Co., VA

Elizabeth could be dau. of Jacob Wells; but evidence is circumstantial.

Abraham Stark

b. 02/14/1781 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 02/03/1857 (Clay County, Indiana)

m. Sarah Stark (Cousin) / 06/06/1798 / Shelby Co. KY

William Stark

b. 02/05/1804 (Kentucky)

d. After 1870 (Jennings, Scott County, Indiana)

m. Keziah Kindle or Kendall / 03/28/1825 / Orange Co., IN

Rice A. Stark

b. 12/??/1829 (Parke County, Indiana)

d. After 1900 (Dallas County, Texas)

m. Rebecca J. Phillips / 01/01/1855 / Rock Island Co., IL

R. Walter Stark

b. 1871 (Indiana)

d. Before 1897 (Probably in Texas)

m. Helen Joy / 05/12/1895 / Chaves Co., NM

Robert Leonard Stark

b. 07/01/1896 (Tularosa, Otero County, New Mexico)

d. 12/28/1956 (San Bernardino County, California)

m. Helen Louella Youngker / 07/03/1917 / El Paso, El Paso Co., TX

Father

Private

(A1l) Stark

#9Z5ZG

Private

Comments 02/22/2010

#9Z5ZG (A1l) was tested by Sorenson Molecular Genetics Foundation and given the ID# used at http://www.ysearch.org. The "-" in the results indicates these markers were not available for comparison to the FTDNA markers used in Panel 3. The lineage is based on his reported genealogy back to R. Walter Stark. The connection to Aaron Stark through Rice A. Stark was contributed by Project Administrator Gwen Boyer Bjorkman. Because Y-DNA results over Markers 26 through 37 are not available for comparison to the FTDNA markers, the following will only discuss the H25 Haplotype comparisons.

(A1l) has a genetic distance of 1 when compared to the Group 1 most common H25 Haplotype. When  (A1l) is compared to those with the most common H25 Haplotype,  the probability  they share a common ancestor within the last 20 generations is 94.69%. This probability estimate is based on a comparison of #115456 (A1q) to the most common H25 Haplotype.

He genetically is most likely a descendant of Aaron Stark [the Elder]; however, for now the genealogy cannot be genetically confirmed without more genetic information.

 

#16335 (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 (Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Daniel Stark

b. before 1746 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. after 1810 (Clark County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Wells / before 1768 / Prob. Loudoun Co., VA

Elizabeth could be dau. of Jacob Wells; but evidence is circumstantial.

Jonathan D.

Stark

b. 05/14/1768 (Loudoun County, Virginia)

d. 05/06/1828 (Scott County, Indiana)

m. Rachel Devore / 08/30/1794 / Shelby Co., KY

Jonathan Stark

(Junior)

b. 1815 (Indiana)

d. after 1880

m. ????

Israel McGleason Stark

b. 06/08/1857 (Missouri)

d. 07/02/1936 (Craig County, Oklahoma)

m. ????

Elmer Monroe Stark

b. 02/27/1892 (Clark County, Iowa)

d. 03/19/1979 (Craig County, Oklahoma)

m. ????

Father Private

(A1m) Stark

#16335

Private

Comments 03/25/2010

#16335 [A1m] has a genetic distance of zero when compared to the Group 1 most common H25 Haplotype.

When genetically compared over the H25 Haplotype, the probability [A1m] and [A1i] share Jonathan Stark [1712-1764] as a common ancestor within the last 8 generations is 84.92%.  Over these same markers, the probability they share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 12 generations is 94.15%; the probability they share a common ancestor within 20 generations is 99.12%.

Using the confidence threshold of 80%, this comparison provides reasonable confidence the genealogy agrees with the genetic results. 

#454051 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Daniel Stark

b. before 1746 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. after 1810 (Clark County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Wells / before 1768 / Prob. Loudoun Co., VA

Elizabeth could be dau. of Jacob Wells; but evidence is circumstantial.

Charles Stark

b. Abt. 1782 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 08/30/1845 (Jackson County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Bayes / 03/11/1806 / Henry Co. KY

Sanford B. Stark

b. Abt. 1809 (Kentucky)

d. Abt. 1883 (Howard County, Kansas)

m. Nancy Gardner / 09/21/1849 / Scott Co., IN

Isaiah Stark

b. 05/26/1860 (Iowa)

d. 12/03/1886 (Elk County, Kansas)

m. Rose M. Lower / 04/06/1881 / Elk Co., KS

Fred Marion Stark

b. 09/17/1885 (Montgomery County, Kansas)

d. 08/21/1968 (Webster County, Missouri)

m. Daisy V. Kenyon / 12/22/1905 / Kay Co., OK

Father  Private 

(A1m1) Stark

#454051

Private

Comments 01/15/2016

 

#454051 (A1m1) has a genetic distance of zero when compared to the Group 1 most common H37 Modal Haplotype. 

(A1i) (#165568) is a descendant of Daniel Stark [1746-1810]. (A1m1) shares Daniel as a common ancestor with (A1i). When (A1m1) and (A1i) are genetically compared, they have a genetic distance of 0 over 37 markers. (A1m1) and (A1i)  were also tested over the H67 Haplotype; their genetic distance 1  over markers 38 through 67. Therefore, they have a total genetic distance of one over 67 markers.

When genetically compared over the H37 Haplotype, the probability (A1m1) and (A1i)  share Daniel as a common ancestor within the last 7 generations is 95.73%.  Over these same markers, the probability they share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 11 generations is 99.29%. When compared over the H67 Haplotype, the probability within the last 7 generations is 92.45% and the probability within 11 generations is 98.89%. (A1i) and  (A1m1) share Jonathan Stark [the Elder] as a common ancestor and both have results over the H67 Haplotype. When genetically compared over the H67 Haplotype, the probability (A1i) and (A1m1) share Jonathan as a common ancestor within 8 generations is 95.27%.

(A1m1) and #233230 (B3b) were tested over 111 markers. When genetically compared to each other there is a total Genetic distance of 1. (B3b) is a descendant of Aaron Stark (Junior), son of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. (A1m1) and (B3b) share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a first common ancestor in Generation 10. There is a 99.84% probability they could share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 11 generations.

#80860 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Christopher Stark

b. Before 1747 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. After Nov. 1807 (Henry County, Kentucky)

m. Martha Vineyard / 1772 / Loudon Co., VA

James Vineyard Stark

b. 05/10/1775 (Amwell Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 10/19/1853 (Nebo Township, Pike County, Illinois)

m. Rebecca Pound / 09/22/1800 / Elks Creek Twp., Shelby Co., KY

Christopher Stark

b. 06/11/1802 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

d. 10/24/1862 (Pike County, Illinois)

m. Rebecca Killion / 11/22/1825 / Scott Co., Indiana

John Henry Stark

b. 11/09/1832 (Coles County, Illinois)

d. 1915 (Prescott, Linn County, Kansas)

m. Abigail Martha Elizabeth Hamilton / 03/11/1856 / Pike Co., IL

Marion Grant Stark

b. 02/03/1868 (Creighton, Cass County, Missouri)

d. 04/26/1918 (Kansas City, Leavenworth County, Kansas)

m. Leota Catherine Ball / 02/03/1891 / Mound City, Linn Co., KS

John Harold Stark

b. 02/18/1907 (Missouri)

d. 09/07/1956 (Johnson County, Kansas)

m. ????

Father

Private

(A1n) Stark

#80860

Private

Comments 03/25/2010

#80860 (A1n) has a genetic distance of zero when compared to the Group 1 most common H37 Haplotype.

When genetically compared over the H37 Haplotype, the probability [A1n] and [A1a] share Jonathan Stark [1712-1764] as a common ancestor within the last 9 generations is 98.26%.  Over these same markers, the probability they share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 12 generations is 99.55%; the probability they share a common ancestor within 20 generations is 99.99%.

Using the confidence threshold of 80%, this comparison provides considerable confidence the genealogy agrees with the genetic results.

#74961 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., NJ

John Stark

b. 1754 (Sussex County, New Jersey)

d. After September 03, 1841 (Scott County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Eddy / about 1780 / Washington Co., Pennsylvania

Benjamin Franklin Stark

b. 1783 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 01/03/1831 (Pierson Township, Vigo County, Indiana)

m. Mary Ann Arnold / 03/04/1804 / Henry County, Kentucky

John Arnold Stark

b. 04/27/1811 (Henry County, Kentucky)

d. 03/06/1874 (Linton, Vigo County, Indiana)

m. Sarah Ann Welch / 04/03/1834 / Vigo County, Indiana

John Wesley Stark

b. 07/02/1844 (Farmersburg, Sullivan County, Indiana)

d. 10/21/1894 (Jacksboro, Jack County, Texas)

m. Lenora Josephine "Nora" Oliver / 10/02/1891 / Jack Co., TX

Father

Private

(A1o) Stark

#74961

Private

Comments 04/14/2013

#74961 (A1o) has a genetic distance of zero when compared to the Group 1 most common H37 Haplotype.

When genetically compared over the H37 Haplotype, the probability [A1o] and [A1i] share Jonathan Stark [1712-1764] as a common ancestor within the last 9 generations is 98.26%.  Over these same markers, the probability they share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 12 generations is 99.55%; the probability they share a common ancestor within 20 generations is 99.99%.

Using the confidence threshold of 80%, this comparison provides considerable confidence the genealogy agrees with the genetic results.

 

#281649 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., NJ

John Stark

b. 1754 (Sussex County, New Jersey)

d. After September 03, 1841 (Scott County, Indiana)

m. Elizabeth Eddy / about 1780 / Washington Co., Pennsylvania

Benjamin Franklin Stark

b. 1783 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)

d. 01/03/1831 (Pierson Township, Vigo County, Indiana)

m. Mary Ann Arnold / 03/04/1804 / Henry County, Kentucky

Elijah Arnold Stark

b. 03/21/1820 (Scott County, Indiana)

d. 08/19/1890 (Hamilton Twp, Sullivan County, Indiana)

m. Carmellia Weeks / 06/14/1843 / Vigo County, Indiana

William Irvin

Stark, Dr.

b. 06/03/1857 (Sullivan County, Indiana)

d. 10/21/1894 (Tarre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana)

m. 2nd. Melinda A. Markin / 09/24/1896 / Vigo Co., IN

Mark Emerson Stark

b. 11/05/1891 (Vigo County, Indiana

d. 06/21/1978 (Pasadena, Los Angeles, California)

m. Alice B. Geren / 06/30/1914 / Vigo Co., IN

Father

Private

(A1p) Stark

#281649

Private

Comments 04/18/2013

#281649 [A1p] results over 37 markers are available. He has a Genetic Distance of 1 relative to the most common 37 marker Haplotype for Group 1; descendants of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. When compared to #74961 [A1o], there is a 77.61% probability they share a common ancestor (Benjamin Franklin Stark) within 6 generations; 84.22% they share a common ancestor within 7 Generations (John Stark [1754-1841]); 88.83% within 8 Generations (Jonathan Stark [the Elder]); 92.16% within 9 generations (William Stark, Jr.); 94.54% within 10 generations (William Stark, Sr.) and 96.22% within 11 generations (Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. There is a 99.62% probability they share a common ancestor within 17 generations (or within genealogical time).

This comparison provides considerable confidence the genealogy of  [A1p & (A1o] agrees with the genetic results.

#115456 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Joseph Stark

b. About 1746 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. 1807 (Henry County, Kentucky)

m. 

Caleb Stark

b. 07/09/1793 (Shelby County, Kentucky)

d. 02/25/1876 (Decatur County, Indiana)

m. Anne E. Boone / 01/19/1815 / Henry Co., Kentucky

Bethuel Green Stark

b. 03/14/1840 (Indiana)

d. 10/28/1908 (Humboldt County, Iowa)

m. Charity Hans / About 1870 / ????

Harry Leslie Stark

b. 12/24/1879 (Humboldt County, Iowa)

d. 01/28/1968 (Minneapolis, MN)

m. Marie R. Pinney / 1905 / Humboldt, Humboldt Co., Iowa

Father

Private

(A1q) Stark

#115456

Private

Comments: 07/02/2014

#202299 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Jonathan Stark

[the Elder]

b. Dec 1712 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 29 Jan 1765 ( Sussex County, New Jersey)

m. Sarah Lacock / Bet. 1734–1738 / Prob. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

Jonathan Stark [the younger]

b. bet. 1740-48 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. 1802 (Christian County, Kentucky)

m. Margaret Ball / 05/14/1765 / Morris Co. NJ

Joseph Stark

b. Abt. 1776 (Probably Morris County, New Jersey)

d. Abt. 1814 (Gallatin County, Illinois)

m. Elizabeth Colvin / 11/03/1798 / Nelson Co. KY

James Stark

b. 03/15/1804 (Christian County, Kentucky)

d. 06/06/1873 (Cedar County, Missouri)

m. Matilda Hopkins / Abt. 1824 / ????

Larkin Stark

b. 05/01/1838 (Lincoln County, Missouri)

d. abt. 1896 (Cherokee County, Kansas)

m. Nacy Ann Burns / 10/20/1861 / Warren Co., MO

Larkin Mathias Stark

b. 01/23/1884 (Winslow, Washington County, Arkansas)

d. 01/04/1923 (Galena, Cherokee County, Kansas)

m. Leora Mae Shelby / 09/26/1886 / Carthage, Jasper, MO

Father

Private

(A1r) Stark

#202299

Private

Comments: )7/03/2014

#74961 (A1r) has a genetic distance of zero when compared to the Group 1 most common H37 Haplotype.

When genetically compared over the H37 Haplotype, the probability [A1r] and [A1i] share Jonathan Stark [1712-1764] as a common ancestor within the last 9 generations is 98.26%.  Over these same markers, the probability they share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 12 generations is 99.55%; the probability they share a common ancestor within 20 generations is 99.99%.

Using the confidence threshold of 80%, this comparison provides considerable confidence the genealogy agrees with the genetic results.

#63737 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Moses Stark

b. 06/12/1716 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. ca 1797 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)

m. Elizabeth Holdredge / 12/27/1738 / Stonington, New London, CT

John Stark

b. 02/26/1754 (Hebron, Tolland County, Connecticut)

d. 12/14/1825 (Franklin County, Massachusetts)

m. Tryphena Carey / 10/31/1778 / Williamsburg, Massachusetts

Prince Lewis Stark

b. 12/01/1795 (Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts)

d. 05/15/1862 (Franklin County, Massachusetts)

m. ????

Franklin Sheldon Stark

b. 1831 (Savoy, Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

d. 12/13/1899 (Phelps County, Missouri)

m. Martha Malony

Samuel A. Stark

b. 1859 (Seneca County, Ohio)

d. 10/30/1939 (Greene County, Missouri)

m. Martha Unknown / Before 1859 / Seneca County, Ohio

Father

Private

 (A2a) Stark

#63737

Private
 

#334868 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Moses Stark

b. 06/12/1716 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. ca 1797 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)

m. Elizabeth Holdredge / 12/27/1738 / Stonington, New London, CT

Phineas Starks

b. 1758 (Hebron, Tolland County, Connecticut)

d. 02/27/1832 (Lyme Center, Grafton Co., New Hampshire,)

m. Tryphena Freeman / 08/??/1787 / Hanover, Grafton Co., NH

Jehiel C. Stark

b. 1791(?Grafton? County, New Hampshire)

d. aft. 1860 (Prob. St. Lawrence County, New York)

m. Unknown / bef. 1820 / ???? (Perhaps Lyme, New Hampshire)

Marriage 2: Mary Johnson / bet 1850-55 / St. Lawrence Co., NY

Phineas H Stark

b. 07/??/1835 (Stockholm, St. Lawrence County, New York)

d. aft. 1900 (Prob. Stockholm, St. Lawrence County, New York)

m. Hannah M. Davis / bet. 1853-57 / St. Lawrence Co., NY

Note: Hannah died Dec. 20, 1896 (Buried West Stockholm Cemetery)

Joel Freemont Stark

b. 07/??/1861 (Stockholm, St. Lawrence County, New York)

d. aft 1940 (Prob. Stockholm, St. Lawrence County, New York)

Marriage 1: Matilda "Stella" Stockdale / abt. 1887/ St. Lawrence Co., NY

Note: Matilda was the grandmother of #334868

Marriage 2: Della Cellis / 02/04/1909 / St. Lawrence Co., NY

Marriage 3: Helen Bothania Wells / 04/ 27/1926

Father

 Private 

 (A2b) Stark

#334868

Private

Comments 04/23/2014

 

#334868 results are a perfect match over 67 markers to #165568, a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] through Aaron's son, William Stark (Senior), and grandson, William Stark (Junior). Both are a perfect match to the Aaron Stark Modal Haplotype over 67 markers. Genetically, #334868 is a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] and related to other members of Group 1.

From the genealogy, Jehiel Stark was most likely the earliest known ancestor of #334868. However, the genealogy had not proven Jehiel Stark was a son of Phineas Starks. However, the fact that Jehiel named one of his sons Phineas H. Starks and the Y-DNA results prove #334868 is a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685], the probability is very high Jehiel was a son of Phineas Stark and grandson of Moses Stark [1716-1797].

#63737 (A2a) is a descendant of John Stark [1754-1825]; whose father was Moses Stark [1716-1797]. Comparing #334868 (A2b) to #63737 (A2a) results in a 36/37 match ratio; differing by 1 allele value at Marker 34 and having a genetic distance of 1.  Presuming Moses Stark lived 6 generations before the present (As presented in the genealogies of both members); when genetically compared to each other, there is a 82.5% probability they share a common male ancestor within seven generations. This could improve if both had been tested over 67 markers.

When #334868 is compared to #165568 over 67 markers, they are a perfect 67/67 match ratio. Their first common ancestor, who lived seven generations before the present, would be William Stark (Junior), father of the brothers, Moses Stark [1716-1797] and Jonathan Stark [1712-1764]. There is a 98.96% probability they share a common male ancestor within 8 generations.

From the genealogy, Jehiel Stark was most likely the earliest known ancestor of (A2b). However, the genealogy had not proven Jehiel Stark was a son of Phineas Starks. However, the fact that Jehiel named one of his sons Phineas H. Starks and the Y-DNA results prove (A2b) is a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685], the probability is very high Jehiel was a son of Phineas Stark and grandson of Moses Stark [1716-1797].

#75156 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Third)

b. 1723 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 07/05/1795 (New York)

m. Ann Appleton / 11/05/1747 / New London County, Connecticut

Daniel Appleton Stark

b. 07/05/1761 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. ????

m. Electa Loveland / 08/22/1784 / ????

Daniel Stark

b. 01/29/1793 (????)

d. ????

m. Eliza Augur / 04/28/1816 / New Haven Co., Connecticut

Isaac Augur Stark

b. July 01, 1822 (New Haven County, Connecticut)

d. May 09, 1867 (New Haven County, Connecticut)

m. Hannah Knapp / 1859 / New Haven Co., Connecticut

Nathan Tuttle Stark

b. 01/29/1863 (New Haven County, Connecticut)

d. 09/14/1917 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

m. May Anna Lovet / 06/02/1895 / Camden Co., New Jersey

William Scott Stark

b. 04/10/1898 (????)

d. 04/28/1956 (Croydon, Bucks County, Pennsylvania)

m. Florence Irene Spencer / 06/29/1926 / ????

Father

Private

(A3a) Stark

#75156

Private

Comments 06/20/2012

 The genetic results of # 75156 ((A3a)#194718 are a perfect 37 and 67 Marker match to #194718 (A3b). Genetically, the FTDNA Tip comparison of (A3a) to (A3b) results in a 98.96% probability they share a common ancestor within the last 8 generations; or could share William Stark (third) as a common ancestor. There is a 99.81% probability they share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 11 generations.

#194718 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Junior)

b. before 1689 ( New London County, Connecticut)

d. before 1736 (Long Island, New York)

m. Experience Lamb / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

William Stark

(Third)

b. 1723 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 07/05/1795 (New York)

m. Ann Appleton / 11/05/1747 / New London County, Connecticut

????

The above lineage is most likely correct back to Aaron Stark [1608-1685]based on the unique G1 67 marker haplotypes of (A3b) and (A3a). Later than the William (third) generation, the genealogy is not known with certainty. See the comments.

????

 

????

 

????

 
????

 

????

 

(A3b) Higgs

#194718

Private

Comments 06/20/2012

194718 (A3b) has the surname Higgs and reports he recently found out he was adopted. He originally joined the FTDNA supported project entitled: "The Global Adoptee Genealogy Project." The genetic results of #194718 are a perfect 37 and 67 Marker match to 75156 (A3a).

Genetically, the FTDNA Tip comparison of (A3b) to (A3a) results in a 98.96% probability they share a common ancestor within the last 8 generations; or could share William Stark (third) as a common ancestor. There is a 99.81% probability they share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 11 generations.

The identity of (A3b)'s paternal parent and direct male ancestral line cannot be genealogically determined with certainty at this time. Because (A3a) shares Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor with other members of Group 1; it is genetically probable (A3b) most likely shares Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor with members of Group 1. It is also genetically probable  (A3b) shares William Stark (Third) as a common ancestor with (A3a) within 8 generations.

#78078 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1695 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1777 ( Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)

m. Joanna Walworth / 04/01/1722 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Junior)

b. 09/27/1728 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. between 1781-1785 (Prob. Albany Co., New York)

m. ?Susanna Price / Before 1755 / ?NY or CT

Asahel Stark

b. Before 1755 (Prob. Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. Bet. 03/21/1821 & 01/21/1822 (Washington County, Indiana)

m. Sarah L. ?Dark? / After 1775 / New York

Daniel R. Stark

b. ca. 1788 (Albany County, New York)

d. 06/20/1820 (West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana)

m. Nancy Hawley / About 1807 / New York

Asahel "Asa" Lafitte Stark

b. 06/19/1817 (West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana)

d. 11/09/1881 (Robertson County, Texas)

m. Matilda Donaho / Before 07/05/1838 / Prob. Jasper Co., TX

John Lawhorn Stark

b. 07/20/1848 (Newton County, Texas)

d. 12/20/1926 (Cherokee County, Texas)

m. Mary Matilda Zachary / 10/15/1857 / Newton Co., TX

William Oscar Stark

b. 11/28/1869 (Newton County, Texas)

d. 02/21/1951 (Tarrant County, Texas)

m. Adela May "Ada" Bush / 12/12/1889 / ????

Father

Private

(A4a) Stark

#78078

Private
 

#203166 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1695 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1777 ( Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)

m. Joanna Walworth / 04/01/1722 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Junior)

b. 09/27/1728 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. between 1781-1785 (Prob. Albany Co., New York)

m. ?Susanna Price / Before 1755 / ?NY or CT

Nathan Stark

b. 1762 (Dutchess County, New York)

d. 09/19/1812 (Granville, Washington County, New York)

m. Jemima Farnsworth / 06/??/1782 / Washington Co., NY

Isaac Stark

b. 1805 (New York)

d. 04/27/1874 (New York)

m. 1st Unknown / Abt. 1825 / Washington Co., NY

Milo Stark

b. 10/14/1829 (New York)

d. March 20, 1918 (Fort Ann, Washington County, New York)

m. 1st Arsena Collins / Bef. 1855 / Washington Co., NY

Jared H Stark

b. 10/01/1858 (New York)

d. 1911 (Fort Ann, Washington County, New York)

m. 2nd Mary Jane Campney / Abt 1882 / Washington Co., NY

Jay Washington Stark

b. 06/11/1897 (Fort Ann, Washington County, New York)

d. 01/11/1960 (Fort Ann, Washington County, New York)

m. Daisy Mae Keech / ???? / ????

Earle Howard Stark

b. 03/20/1922 (Fort Ann, Washington County, New York)

d. 07/05/1988 (Fort Ann, Washington County, New York)

m. Florence Monahan / 1946 / ????

Father

Private

(A4b1) Stark

#203166

Private

Comments 01/04/2017

When the 37 marker genetic results of Kit #535078 (A4b2) are compared to other Members of the Project placed in Group 1, he is a perfect match to 14, each recorded as a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] — their earliest known ancestor with the surname Stark. The lineage presents a detailed genealogical lineage from (A4b2) back to Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. His earliest known Stark ancestor when he submitted his genealogy was Isaac Stark [1805-1874]. The genealogy submitted by Member #203166 has the same Isaac Stark [1805-1874] as an ancestor. The Father of #203166 would be a 4th cousin of #535078. Using the genealogy submitted by #203166, Gens 6 thru 10 were assigned to the Genealogical Lineage of #535078; completing his detailed Lineage presented.

A detailed Genetic-Genealogy Analysis of 37 marker Y-DNA Results #535078 and #203166 is available to be reviewed formatted as a PDF File. Click HERE to download the file for review. You can save, or, when you complete reading, use the back button to return to this web page.

#535078 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1695 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1777 ( Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)

m. Joanna Walworth / 04/01/1722 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Junior)

b. 09/27/1728 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. between 1781-1785 (Prob. Albany Co., New York)

m. ?Susanna Price / Before 1755 / ?NY or CT

Nathan Stark

b. 1762 (Dutchess County, New York)

d. 09/19/1812 (Granville, Washington County, New York)

m. Jemima Farnsworth / 06/??/1782 / Washington Co., NY

Isaac Stark

b. 1805 (Washington County, New York)

d. 04/27/1874 (Washington County, New York)

m. Betsey Ann Winchell / Abt. 1825 / Washington Co., NY

John J. Stark

b. 03/20/1846 (Washington County, New York)

d. 1/11/1912 (Rutland County, Vermont)

m. 1st Helen S. Pitts / ???? / ????

John William Stark

b. 04/20/1875 (Clarendon County, Vermont)

d. 03/28/1939 (Hampden County, Massachusetts)

m. Martha Emma Wood / before 1897 / Perhaps Rutland Co., VT

Walter R. Stark

b. 03/??/1897 (Rutland County, Vermont)

d. 06/02/1935 (Hampden County, Massachusetts)

m. Helen Colebrook / bef. 1922 / Prob. Hampden Co., MA

Father

Private

(A4b2) Stark

#535078

Private

Comments 01/04/2017

When the 37 marker genetic results of Kit #535078 (A4b2) are compared to other Members of the Project placed in Group 1, he is a perfect match to 14, each recorded as a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] — their earliest known ancestor with the surname Stark. The lineage presents a detailed genealogical lineage from (A4b2) back to Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. His earliest known Stark ancestor when he submitted his genealogy was Isaac Stark [1805-1874]. The genealogy submitted by Member #203166 has the same Isaac Stark [1805-1874] as an ancestor. The Father of #203166 would be a 4th cousin of #535078. Using the genealogy submitted by #203166, Gens 6 thru 10 were assigned to the Genealogical Lineage of #535078; completing his detailed Lineage presented.

A detailed Genetic-Genealogy Analysis of 37 marker Y-DNA Results #535078 and #203166 is available to be reviewed formatted as a PDF File. Click HERE to download the file for review. You can save, or, when you complete reading, use the back button to return to this web page.

 

The conclusions of this analysis are the following:

 

#535078, Y-DNA tested over 37 markers by FTDNA, when compared genetically and genealogically to Stark Project Members placed in Group 1, is confirmed to be a descendant of Aaron Stark I [1608-1685] of New London County, Connecticut. He is most likely a 4th cousin of the Father of Member # 203166, both being descendants of Isaac Stark [1805-1874]. While there could be errors in the genealogy presented, the genetic results of #535078 compared to the Group 1 Members confirm he has the Ancestral Haplotype of Aaron Stark I [1608-1685] and Aaron is his earliest known ancestor.

 

#257675 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1695 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1777 ( Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)

m. Joanna Walworth / 04/01/1722 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Junior)

b. 09/27/1728 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. between 1781-1785 (Prob. Albany Co., New York)

m. ?Susanna Price / Before 1755 / ?NY or CT

Nathan Stark

b. 1762 (Dutchess County, New York)

d. 09/19/1812 (Granville, Washington County, New York)

m. Jemima Farnsworth / 06/??/1782 / Washington Co., NY

Benjamin Starks

b. 1787 (New York)

d. 31 Jul 1854 (Wakeman Township, Huron, Ohio)

m. Cynthia Dickerman / Abt. 1810 / Granville, Washington Co., NY

Joshua

Stark/Starks

b. 12 Dec 1813 (Hebron, Washington, New York)

d. 22 May 1890 (Jamaica, Windham, Vermont)

m. Abigail Daniels / 1838 / Granville, Washington Co., NY

George Marion Stark/Starks

b. 8 Jun 1862 (Hebron, Washington, New York)

d. 28 Oct 1933 (Jamaica, Windham, Vermont)

m. Nancy M. Allen / 20 Apr 1886 / Townshend, Windham, VT

Merrill Archie Stark

b. 6 Dec 1887 (Jamaica, Windham, Vermont)

d. 28 Nov 1942 (Jamaica, Windham, Vermont)

m. Mary E. Niles / 30 May 1912 / Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT

Father

Private

(A4c) Stark

#257675

Private

Comments 12/13/2012

#257675 (A4c) genetic results were a perfect match to the 25 marker G1 modal haplotype. When M1a is compared to #78078 (A4a), having the 25 marker G1 Modal Haplotype, there is a 92.58% probability they share a common ancestor within 11 generations. Aaron stark [1608-1685], according to the genealogy, is their 10th generation common ancestor.

The (A4a) & (A4c) comparison results in a 84.92% probability they share a common ancestor within 8 generations. Christopher Stark, Jr., according to the genealogy, is their 7th generation common ancestor.

There is genealogical research that suggests Nathan Stark, who married Jemima Farnsworth, was a son of Christopher Stark (Junior). (A4a) is a descendant of Christopher through Nathan's brother, Asahel. Nathan Stark, who married Jemima Farnsworth, lived in Granville, Washington County, New York after the Revolutionary War and can be found at that place in the 1810 census. According to a Revolutionary War Pension submitted by Jemima, Nathan died in Granville in 1812. It is probable Joshua Stark/Starks was a grandson of Nathan through his father, Benjamin Starks, who married Cynthia Dickerman about 1810 in Granville, Washington Co., NY.

#257675 (A4c) is presented in Subgroup 1A. His lineage has been presented as a descendant of Nathan Stark and Jemima Farnsworth. Further research may change the lineage in the future, but will not change the genetic result that (A4c) is a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] of New London County, Connecticut.

#203166 (A4b1) may be a descendant of Nathan Stark through Isaac Stark, believed to be a brother of Benjamin. However, due to the genetic distance of 1 in a comparison of (A4b2) and (A4c) over 25 markers, the genetic probability is not sufficient to confirm with confidence (below the value of 80% probability). This could improve if their is an Upgrade of (A4c) from 25 to 37 markers.

However, the 25 marker comparison to (A4a) is sufficient to suggest (A4c) and A4b1) share Christopher Stark, (Junior) as a common ancestor within 8 generations. Further, the 37 marker comparison of (A4a) and (A4b1) results in a genetic distance of 1 and a  88.77% probability they share a common ancestor who lived within 8 generations, this being sufficient to suggest (A4c), (A4a), and (A4b1) all most likely share a common ancestor within 8 generations.

 

#N56748 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1695 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1777 ( Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)

m. Joanna Walworth / 04/01/1722 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Junior)

b. 09/27/1728 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. between 1781-1785 (Prob. Albany Co., New York)

m. ?Susanna Price / Before 1755 / ?NY or CT

John Stark

b. 1763 (Dutchess County, New York)

d. 06/30/1841 (Neville, Clermont County, Ohio)

m. Catherine Neff / 11/11/1786 / Caughnawago, Montgomery Co, NY

Daniel Stark

b. 1793 (New York)

d. 1825 (Ohio)

m. Jane Kennedy / 08/21/1810 / Penfield, Ontario Co., NY

John Kennedy Stark

b. 04/25/1812 (Penfield, Ontario County, New York)

d. 06/??/1881 (Oakland County, Michigan)

m. Adaline Unknown / Before 1838 / ????

William Stark

b. 1844 (Ontario, Canada)

d. 1920 (Michigan)

m. Caroline Unknown / Before 1871 / Probably In Michigan

John Kneff Stark

b. 02/08/1877 (Michigan)

d. 03/??/1950 (Michigan)

m. Josie A. Unknown / 08/15/1900 / Probably Michigan

Harold Vaughan Stark

b. 12/??/1904 (Michigan)

d. ????

m. ????

Father

Private

(A4d) Stark

#N56748

Private

Comment 05/24/2012

Test results over markers 26-37 were available 05/21/2012. All results from the upgrade are now available. Over Markers 38-67, N56748 has, relative to the Aaron Stark Modal Haplotype over these Markers, a mutation at Marker 64 (DYS572). Of the 7 members of Group 1 tested over Markers 38-67, this has been the only observed mutation relative to the Aaron Stark Modal Haplotype over these markers. Over 37 markers, N56748 was a perfect match to #154414; both have an allele value of 14 at Marker 30 (DYS456). Relative to the Modal H37 haplotype, both have one mutation at Marker 30. Both share John Stark [1763-1841] as a common ancestor. #56748 descends from John's son, Daniel, while #154414 descends from a second son of john named Henry. This suggests John Stark [1763-1841] may have had the same mutation at Marker 30. While N66901 (with Kelly surname) does not have this mutation and descends from a third son of John named Isaac, along the N66901 descent from Isaac, there may have been a back mutation from 14 to the modal value of 15.

Comparisons of N56748 over the H37 and H67 Haplotypes further confirm his relatedness to members of Group 1.

 

#154414 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1695 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1777 ( Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)

m. Joanna Walworth / 04/01/1722 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Junior)

b. 09/27/1728 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. between 1781-1785 (Prob. Albany Co., New York)

m. ?Susanna Price / Before 1755 / ?NY or CT

John Stark

b. 1763 (Dutchess County, New York)

d. 06/30/1841 (Neville, Clermont County, Ohio)

m. Catherine Neff/11/11/1786/Caughnawago, Montgomery Co, NY

Henry Starks

b. 01/30/1804 (New York, USA)

d. 02/16/1882 (Delmore, McPherson County, Kansas)

m. Sarah Ann Ogle / 08/29/1829 / Clermont Co., OH

William P. Starks

b. 05/??/1830 (Clermont County, Ohio)

d. 1908 (McPherson County, Kansas)

m. Sarah E. Williamson / 04/01/1852 / Decatur Co., IN 

William Edgar Starks

b. 02/22/1871 (Wabash County, Indiana)

d. 08/01/1944 (McPherson County, Kansas)

m. Edna May Hurlbert / About 1912 / McPherson Co., KS

Virgil Edgar Starks

b. 04/07/1924 (White Star, Grays Harbor County, Washington)

d. 03/01/2000 (Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas)

m. 

Father

 

(A4e) Starks

#154414

Private

Comments by Clovis LaFleur dated 02/15/2010

When the  H37 haplotype of #154414 is compared to #N17289, there is a 99.88% probability you share a common ancestor who lived within 20 generations. Assuming you are a descendant of William Stark (Senior) through his son Christopher (Senior); and from the genealogy reported by #N17289; he is  a descendant of William Stark (Senior) through his son Daniel [1702-1758]; then William (Senior) was your most recent common ancestor who lived 9 generations earlier. There is a 92.13% probability you and #N17289 could have shared William (Senior) as a common ancestor who lived within 10 generations.

Over 37 markers, N56748 was a perfect match to #154414; both have an allele value of 14 at Marker 30 (DYS456). Relative to the Modal H37 haplotype, both have one mutation at Marker 30. Both share John Stark [1763-1841] as a common ancestor. #56748 descends from John's son, Daniel, while #154414 descends from a second son of John named Henry. This suggests John Stark [1763-1841] may have had the same mutation at Marker 30. While N66901 (with Kelly surname) does not have this mutation and descends from a third son of John named Isaac, along the N66901 descent from Isaac, there may have been a back mutation from 14 to the modal value of 15.

#N66901 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1695 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1777 ( Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)

m. Joanna Walworth / 04/01/1722 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Junior)

b. 09/27/1728 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. between 1781-1785 (Prob. Albany Co., New York)

m. ?Susanna Price / Before 1755 / ?NY or CT

John Stark

b. 1763 (Dutchess County, New York)

d. 06/30/1841 (Neville, Clermont County, Ohio)

m. Catherine Neff / 11/11/1786 / Caughnawago, Montgomery, NY

Isaac Stark

b. 1796 (New York)

d. 03/19/1869 (????)

m. Catharine Wollem, 02/24/1822 / Clermont Co., OH

William A. Stark

b. 1824 (Clermont County, Ohio)

d. Bet. 1880-1890 (McLean County, Illinois)

m. Fidelia Ann Kimble 02/24/1844 / Clermont Co., OH

David Franklin Stark alias 

Thomas Benton Kelly

b. 01/05/1851 (Clermont County, Ohio)

d. 04/29/1916 (Fellsmere, St. Lucie County, Florida)

m. Missouri Jane (Sheppard) Smith / 03/20/1877 / Ozark Co., MO

Kern Riley Kelly

b. 07/02/1890 (Cameron, Le Flore County, Indian Territory)

d. 05/??/1973 (Del City, Oklahoma)

m. Mary V. Pevehouse / 08/17/1910 / Custer Co., OK

Keith Kimble Kelly

b. 06/14/1911 (Custer County, Oklahoma)

d. 09/07/1986 (Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida)

m. Delta F. Earnheart / 05/22/1936 / McCurtian Co., OK

(A4f) Kelly

#N66901

Private

Comments dated 09/08/2015

N66901 (A4f) has the surname Kelly. Family tradition suggests g-grandfather changed surname from Stark to Kelly. Thomas Benton Kelly married Missouri Jane (Sheppard) Smith in 1887, her second marriage. Preliminary research suggests T. B. Kelly was an alias and he may have been David Franklin Stark, son of William A. Stark. William A. Stark may have been a son of Isaac Starks of Clermont County, Ohio. There is a 98.72% probability N66901 shares Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor when compared to Member #334868 (A2b) having the Group 1 H67 Modal haplotype .

 

Genealogy Report entitled: Who is Thomas Benton Kelly; by Kelly {Date: 09/06/2015}

Clicking HERE  is a link to the complete genealogy report as  thomasbentonkelly.docx file, (45kb)

 

#247428 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Christopher Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1695 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1777 ( Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)

m. Joanna Walworth / 04/01/1722 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Aaron Stark

b. 11/03/1732 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. 07/03/1778 (Wyoming Valley Massacre, Present day Pennsylvania)

m. Margaret Unknown / Before 1755 / ?NY or CT

Aaron Stark

(Junior)

b. Abt. 1755 (Prob. Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. Aabt. 1835 (Vernon, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)

m. Rebecca Griffin/ Aabt. 1815 / Pennsylvania

Egbert Stark

b. 09/28/1813 (New York)

d. 05/18/1882 (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

m. Eliza Porter / Bef. 1834 / Prob. Susquehanna Co., PA

Josiah Porter Stark

b. 01/16/1834 (New York)

d. April 25, 1885 (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

m. Ellen I. Manzer / Bef. 1868 / Susquehanna Co., PA

Herbert Porter
or
Bert Harold
Stark

b. 08/04/1876 (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

d. 1942 (????)

m. ????

Father

Private

(A5a) Stark

#247428

Private

Comments dated 08/30/2012:

#247428 (A5a) is a perfect match to the Group 1 37 marker Haplotype. His genealogy suggests he descends from Aaron Stark [1608-1685] through his son William Stark (Senior) and grandson, Christopher Stark (Senior). (A5a) is the first descendant of  Christopher's son Aaron Stark {1734-1778] to be tested. His perfect match to the 37 Modal Haplotype and #78078 (A4a), a descendant of Christopher Stark (Senior) through Christopher Stark (Junior), suggests Christopher Stark (Senior) most likely had the 37 Marker Ancestral Haplotype.

 From Aaron Stark Family, Seven Generations, by Charles R. Stark, page 21, Individual #88
"Aaron Stark was born in Groton, Conn., Nov. 3, 1732. His name is found in the records of Wilkes-Barre Township as appearing for himself in the year 1772 to claim his right in the purchase. On 3rd of July, 1778, he was at the fort to protect his wife and children. His wife in her fear urged him to fly to his old home in Dutchess County [New York] to escape the fury of the savages, but he chose rather to stay and take his chances. The family fled to the fort and the father went forth to defend his loved ones from the cruel foe. After the troops broke and ran, Aaron and his son of the same name also fled and hid themselves in the driftwood along the river. The father was discovered by the savages and taken out and cruelly murdered before the very eyes of the son. After the massacre, his widow eventually found her way back to Dutchess County, taking five children with her. Her given name was Margaret. She afterwards married Stephen Stocker of that county. She died there about 1814. Aaron's name appears on the Wyoming monument as a victim of that day's tragedy."

 

#N17289 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

William Stark

(Senior)

b. 1664 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/08/1730 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Elizabeth Unknown / before 1689 / New London Co., CT

Daniel Stark

b. 1702 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. ca. 1758 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Culver / Bet. 1730–1731 / New London County, Connecticut

Nathan Stark

b. 1743 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1830 (Guilford, Windham County, Vermont)

m. Olive Morgan / Before 1766 / Groton, New London County, CT

Abijah Stark

b. 01/30/1768 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 06/18/1842 (Saratoga County, New York)

m. Elizabeth Newell / 08/14/1794 / Guilford, Windham Co., VT

Jeremiah Stark

b. 12/18/1799 (Saratoga County, New York)

d. 1874 (Lorain County, Ohio)

m. Aurelia Converse / About 1823 / New York

Henry Harrison Stark

b. 09/??/1840 (Lyme, Huron County, Ohio)

d. 07/14/1902 ( Aurora, Lawrence County, Missouri)

m. Elizabeth Long / 10/12/1864  / Lorain County, Ohio

Leroy Harrison Stark

b. 12/15/1865  (Wellington, Lorain County, Ohio)

d. 03/24/1896 (Naches, Yakima County, Washington)

m. Olive Nancy Harper / 12/13/1890 / North Yakima, Yakima County, Washington

Louis Clemens Stark

b. 12/01/1891 (North Yakima, Yakima County, Washington)

d. 10/26/1977 (Seattle, King County, Washington)

m. Bertha Fenn / 12/12/1914 / Republic, Ferry County, Washington

Father  

(A6a) Stark

#N17289

Private

Comment 12/22/2012

R-U106 is a shorthand Haplogroup presentation for Haplogroup R1b1a2a1a1a*. #N17289 & #48711 have undergone deep SNP testing at FTDNA with these results:

 

SNPs Tested

Comments

M207+ / M173+ / M343+ / P25+

Positive SNP test results prove he is R1b1. 

M18- / M73-

Negative results for M18 and M73 prove they are not R1b1c1 or R1b1a1.

M269+ / U106+

Positive result for M269 proves they are R1b1a2*, and the positive result for U106 proves they are R1b1a2a1a1a*. [The asterisk means this is a root Haplogroup.]

U198- / P107- / L1- / L48- / L6- / 

P89.2- / L217- / L257 - / L325 -

Negative results for these SNPs prove they are not one of the known subclades of R1b1a2a1a1a*, but belong to the root/ancestral Haplogroup. 

M37- / M65- / M126- / M153- / M160- / 

M222- / P66- / SRY2627- / U152-

Negative results for these SNPS redundantly prove they are not any subclade of R1b1a2a1a1b*.

 

The R-U106 Haplogroup has been found to represent in over 25% of those  found to be R1b Haplogroup positive. The age of R-U106 is estimated to be around 3,100-3,900 years old. In Europe, R-U106 has a distribution running northwest to east and is found in higher concentrations in England (21.4%) and Scandinavia (Denmark 17.7%), reaches a maximum in the Netherlands (37.2%) and slopes down to the east through Germany (20.5%) and the Alps (Switzerland 13.3%, Austria 22.7) towards the Czech Republic (13.9%) and Ukraine (9.4%). This confirmed Haplogroup for #N17289 predicts all of the direct line descendants of Aaron Stark are R-U106 Haplogroup positive. The other members of Subgroups 1a & 1b have been predicted by FTDNA to belong to Haplogroup R1b1a2, shorthand notation being R-M269.

Subgroup 1B: Descendants of Aaron Stark (Junior) [1654-1700] --- son of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] 

#98140 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Abiel Stark

[1st]

b. 1689 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. Dec 1755 (Colchester , New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mary Walworth / 04/20/1721 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Nathan Stark

b. 1725 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. ca. 1780 (Long island, New York)

m. Anna Fitch / November 02, 1748 / Prob. New London Co., CT

Nathan Stark

b. Nov. 1763  (Tolland County, Connecticut)

d. March 26, 1837 (Lyme, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Rebecca Palmer / 1784 / Connecticut

Abiel Stark

b. 12/22/1806 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 08/26/1869 (Westford, Dodge County, Wisconsin)

m. Jane A. Ely / 04/03/1831 / New London Co., CT

John Given Stark

b. 09/15/1836 (Lyme, New London County, Connecticut)

d. 10/12/1912 (Randolph, Dodge County, Wisconsin)

m. Julia Lobdell Dean / 10/28/1867 / Prob. Wisconsin

William Henry Stark

b. 04/07/1873 (Wisconsin)

d. 1937 (Michigan)

m. Lavina Mapletoft / abt. 1907 / Prob. Michigan

Horace John Stark

b. 10/09/1909 (Michigan)

d. 04/01/1995 (Glendale, Los Angeles, California)

m. Anna Crenshaw / ???? / ????

Father

Private

(B1a) Stark

#98140

Private

#135468 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Abiel Stark

[1st]

b. 1689 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. Dec 1755 (Colchester , New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mary Walworth / 04/20/1721 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Abiel Stark

[2nd]

b. 01/08/1724 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/25/1770 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Chloe Hinckley / 02/26/1756 / Lyme, New London Co., CT

Caleb Stark

b. 10/08/1766 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 08/10/1841 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Lydia Rogers / 1794 / Connecticut

Albert Welcome Stark

b. 04/29/1818 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1895  (Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Caroline Aurelia Randall / ???? / ????

Clinton E. Stark [Dr.]

b. 01/07/1853 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/26/1918 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Nellie G. Lowell / 02/06/1885 / ????

Lowell Randall Stark

b. 12/07/1892 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 1947 (????)

m. ????

Father

Private

B1b

Peter Randall Stark

#135468

Private

#87105 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1686 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. After Dec 1755 (Prob. Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Hannah Culver / 02/15/1709 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Junior)

b. 11/15/1717 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1777 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Eunice Thomas / 01/10/1755 / Colchester, New London Co., CT

Ebenezer Starks

b. 02/20/1768 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

d. May 1860 (Wright Township, Ottawa County, Michigan)

m. Tryphasa Munsell / About 1790 / Prob. Hartford Co., CT

Reuben Starks

b. 06/27/1797 (South Hero, Grand Isle County, Vermont)

d. 03/24/1877 (Ottawa County, Michigan)

m. Mary Gentle / ???? / ????

Andrew Starks

b. 07/30/1823 (Clinton County, New York)

d. 1876 (Stark County, Ohio)

m. Sarah Marshall/ 11/21/1852 / Stark Co., Ohio

Edwin Marshall Starks

b. 1855 (Stark County, Ohio)

d. 1908 (Stark County, Ohio)

m. Mary E. Ingale / 1880 / Stark Co., Ohio

Osmer Earl Stark

b. 1886 (Stark County, Ohio)

d. 1964 (Stark County, Ohio)

m. Florence Viola Machen / 1905 / Stark, Co., Ohio

Father

Private

(B2a) Smith

#87105

Private

Comment 12/22/2012

#87105 is a 35 of 37 match to the common haplotype for Group 1. His ancestry back to Aaron Stark [1608-1685] has been confirmed from Andrew Starks to Reuben Stark who was a son of Ebenezer Starks.

#87105 had an allele value at DYS-464e which is normally not a marker value found in the Panel 2 Haplotype. FTDNA reports the following: "Markers 464a-d are copies found at different locations on the Y chromosome. In about 1.5% of the test subjects, more than 4 copies will be present, representing Markers 464e, 464f, and 464g. If those additional markers are found, they are considered a one step mutation."

# 427177- Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1686 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. After Dec 1755 (Prob. Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Hannah Culver / 02/15/1709 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Junior)

b. 11/15/1717 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1777 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Eunice Thomas / 01/10/1755 / Colchester, New London Co., CT

Ebenezer Starks

b. 02/20/1768 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

d. May 1860 (Wright Township, Ottawa County, Michigan)

m. Tryphasa Munsell / About 1790 / Prob. Hartford Co., CT

John M. Starks

b. 1813 (South Hero, Grand Isle County, Vermont)

d. aft. 1890 (Buffalo, Erie County, New York)

m. Eliza A. Nagle / 01/31/1847 / Bertie, Welland Co., Ontario, Canada

John M. Starks, Jr.

b. 1847 (Erie County, New York)

d. 1925 (Buffalo, Erie County, New York)

m. Catherine Leary / abt. 1871 / Prob. Erie Co., NY

Walter J. Starks

b. 04/28/1894 (Buffalo, Erie County, New York)

d. 06/30/1962 (Buffalo, Erie County, New York)

m. Gertrude M Ostrom / ???? / ????

Father

Private

(B2a2) Starks

#427177

Private

Comment 10/15/2015

Aaron lived 10 generations before the present. #427177 has mismatches at Marker 1 (DYS-393) and Marker 21 (DYS-449) for a genetic distance of 2 from our Group 1 Members with the most common 37 Marker Modal Haplotype for Group 1. When compared to a Group 1 Member having the 37 Marker Modal Haplotype, there is an 87.2% probability #427177 shares Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 11 generations.

At Marker 1 (DYS-393), notice the allele value is 12, relative to being 13 for the majority of our Group 1 Members who have the value 13 at this marker. Three of our Group 1 Members have the value 12 at Marker 1. In particular, when #427177 is compared to Member #406866, they match at Marker 1, but differ at Marker 21; #427177 having the the allele value 28, while #406866 has the value 29. Therefore, #427177 only has a mismatch at Marker 1 relative to #406866. When compared to #406866 (having the surname Starks), there is a 95.84% probability #427177  and #406866 could share a common ancestor within 11 generations. However, at this time, the genealogy of #406866 is not known; but his genetic results suggest he could be a descendant of Aaron Stark.

Earlier genetic analysis has revealed two Members of Group 1 (#87105 & #115764) with the allele value 12 at Marker 1, have been found, after genealogical analysis, to be descendants of Ebenezer Starks [1768-1860] and his spouse, Tryphasa Munsell (daughter of John Munsell). Ebenezer was a gg-grandson of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. Ebenezer’s father was Stephen Stark II [1717-1777]; grandfather was Stephen Stark I [1686-1755]; great-grandfather was Aaron Stark II [1654-1701]; and gg-grandfather was Aaron Stark I [1608-1685]. Ebenezer was born in Connecticut; moved to the region that eventually became South Hero, Grand Isle Co., VT, where he can be found in the 1800 thru 1820 census records. Ebenezer was living in Champlain, Clinton Co., NY in 1830 (located about 20 miles Northwest of South Hero just across the border from Vermont and just a few miles south of the Canadian border). #87105 descends from Reuben Starks [1797-1877]; while #115764 descends Norman S. Starks [1796-1875]. Reuben and Norman were sons of Ebenezer and Tryphasa.

#87105 had an allele value at DYS-464e which is normally not a marker value found in the Panel 2 Haplotype. FTDNA reports the following: "Markers 464a-d are copies found at different locations on the Y chromosome. In about 1.5% of the test subjects, more than 4 copies will be present, representing Markers 464e, 464f, and 464g. If those additional markers are found, they are considered a one step mutation."

Ebenezer lived six generations before our #87105 & #115764 members of the project. We cannot make a 37 Marker comparison to #115764 for he was only tested over Markers 1 thru 12; but had the value 12 at Marker 1. #87105 was tested over 37 markers and has a genetic distance of two when genetically compared to #427177. When the genetic results of #427177 are compared to #87105, there is an 61.87% probability #427177 & #87105 could share a common ancestor within 7 generations; or Ebenezer as a common ancestor. There is an 86.61% probability they could share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor within 11 generations. If the genealogy of #406866 should prove he is a descendant of Ebenezer, then there is a 83.3% probability they could share Ebenezer as a common ancestor within 7 generations.

The genetic results of two sons of Ebenezer having the Allele value of 12 at Marker 1 suggests this mutation from the 37 marker Modal Haplotype for Members of Group 1 could be unique to the descendants of Ebenezer. The genealogy documentation of John M. Starks [1813-1890] & Ebenezer Starks; suggests they could have been living in the same general regions. The 1830 census for Ebenezer reports a male in the home born between 1810 and 1815. At this time, the probable son of Ebenezer in that age group has not been identified. Would it be possible he was John M. Starks [1813-1890]? Could the middle initial "M" be the maiden name of his Mother, Tryphasa Munsell? At this time, the search for a genealogical connection continues.

 


#115764 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1686 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. After Dec 1755 (Prob. Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Hannah Culver / 02/15/1709 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Junior)

b. 11/15/1717 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1777 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Eunice Thomas / 01/10/1755 / Colchester, New London Co., CT

Ebenezer Starks

b. 02/20/1768 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

d. May 1860 (Wright Township, Ottawa County, Michigan)

m. Tryphasa Munsell / About 1790 / Prob. Hartford Co., CT

Norman S. Starks

b. 04/04/1796 (Grand Isle County, Vermont)

d. 10/20/1875 (Monticello, Jones County, Iowa)

m. Eunice Peck / 08/14/1819 / South Hero, Grand Isle Co., VT

Samuel Starks

b. 12/??/1829 (New York or Canada)

d. After 1900 (Somerset, Niagara County, New York)

m. Mary L. Mosure / Bet. 1850–1853 / Reach Twp, Ontario, CAN

Samuel John Starks

b. 06/??/1867 (Somerset, Niagara County, New York)

d. 1952 (Somerset, Niagara County, New York)

m. Matilda Alwilda Miller / 10/10/1888 / Rochester, Monroe Co., NY

Samuel Alfred Starks

b. 05/26/1894 (Orleans County, New York)

d. 02/18/1971 (Rochester, Monroe County, New York)

m. Ellen Rose Fee / ???? / ????

Father

Private

(B2a3) Starks

#115764

Private

 

#172378 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1686 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. After Dec 1755 (Prob. Lebanon, New London Co., Connecticut)

m. Hannah Culver / 02/15/1709 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Junior)

b. 11/15/1717 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1777 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Eunice Thomas/01/10/1755/Colchester, New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark (III)

b. 01/20/1766 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

d. After 1820 (Peru, Clinton County, New York)

m. Eleanor Lawrence / 01/20/1786 / Hillsdale, Columbia Co., NY

Roderick Starks

b. 04/16/1787 (Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York)

d. 12/31/1858 (Bangor, Franklin County, New York)

m. Keziah Hodges / 12/06/1807 / Peru, Clinton Co., NY

James Arthur Starks

b. 11/21/1815 (Chazy, Clinton County, New York)

d. 08/29/1886 (Winneconne, Winnebago County, Wisconsin)

m. Eleanor P. Clark / 1842 / Canton, St Lawrence, NY

Byron Calvin Starks

b. 08/21/1852 (Canton, St Lawrence County, New York)

d. 05/11/1928 (Winneconne, Winnebago County, Wisconsin)

m. Fannie E. Gould / ???? / ????

Bernard James Starks

b. 1879 (Winneconne, Winnebago County, Wisconsin)

d. ???? (Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)

m. Laura A. Paulson

Gould Paulson Starks

b. 02/15/1907 (Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin)

d. 05/??/1980 (Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)

m. Florence Eleanor Lennie

William Lee
Starks

Private

(B2c) Starks

#172378

Private

Comments 04/21/2010

#172378 has been tested over the H37 Haplotype. When compared to those in Group 1 having the most common H37 Haplotype there is a genetic distance of 2. There is a mismatch at Marker #5; #172378 has an allele value of 11 and the most common H12 Haplotype has an allele value of 12. There is a mismatch at Marker #34; #172378 has an allele value of 37 and the most common H37 Haplotype has an allele value of 36. The probability they share a common ancestor within the last 20 generations is 99.1%; and within the last 24 generations is 99.76%.

#194579 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1686 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. After Dec 1755 (Prob. Lebanon, New London Co., Connecticut)

m. Hannah Culver / 02/15/1709 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Samuel Stark

b. 10/19/1722 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. Aft. 03/1758 (Colchester, New London County, CT)

m. Elizabeth Joyner / 10/07/1742 / Colchester, CT

Samuel Starks (Junior)

b. 01/16/1759 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

d. 03/18/1834 (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)

m. Abigail Skeel

Charles Starks

b. 1794 (Litchfield County, Connecticut )

d. 1874 (Lee County, Illinois)

m. Sarah T. Pratt

John D. Starks

b. 1841 (Bradford, Lee County, Illinois)

d. 1909 (Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa)

m. Laura A. Tripp

John O. Starks

b. 1871 (Marshall County, Iowa)

d. 1928 (Owatonna, Steele County, Minnesota)

m. Cora Raney

Father

b. 1897(Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa)

d. 1982 (Owatonna, Steele County, Minnesota)

(B2d) Starks

#194579

Private

Comments 03/03/2011

Y-DNA results over markers 1 through 25 resulted in a 24/25 match ratio to the most common Haplotype in Group 1, descendants of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. FTDNA predicts #194579 belongs to Haplogroup R-M269. 

#194579 was compared to #74234, a member of Group 1 having the most common 25 marker haplotype for this group. The comparison resulted in a 24/25 match ratio, the mismatch occurring at Marker 12 (DYS-389-2). #194579 has an allele value of 30 while #76234 has an allele value of 29, resulting in a genetic distance of 1. All members of Group 1 have an allele value of 29 at this marker.

In comparing the 25 marker haplotypes, the probability that (194579) and (76234) shared a common ancestor within: the last 9 generations is 64.54%; 10 generations is 69.85%; 11 generations is 74.48%; and 20 generations is 95.04%. According to the genealogy and these genetic results, #194579 is most likely a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685].

#206763 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1686 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. After Dec 1755 (Prob. Lebanon, New London Co., Connecticut)

m. Hannah Culver / 02/15/1709 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Samuel Stark

b. 10/19/1722 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. Aft. 03/1758 (Colchester, New London County, CT)

m. Elizabeth Joyner / 10/07/1742 / Colchester, CT

Samuel Starks (Junior)

b. 01/16/1759 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

d. 03/18/1834 (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)

m. Abigail Skeel / 1789 / Luzerne Co. PA

William Starks

b. 08/12/1790 (Plymouth, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)

d. 03/18/1839 (Lynchburg, Jackson County, Mississippi)

m. Nancy Ann Davis / 12/04/1817 / Jackson Co., MS

Stephen Starks

b. 02/01/1823 (Lynchburg, Jackson County, Mississippi)

d. 05/26/1885 (Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi)

m. Ellen Elwert / 12/23/1856 / Jackson Co., MS

John Joseph Starks

b. 11/07/1857 (Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi)

d. 12/20/1920 (New Orleans, Louisiana)

m. Mary Burke / 01/01/1889 / New Orleans, LA

Father

Private

(B2e) Stark

#206763

Private

Comments 08/25/2012

Y-DNA results over markers 1 through 37 resulted in a 37/37 match ratio to the most common Haplotype in Group 1, descendants of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. FTDNA predicts #206763 belongs to Haplogroup R-M269. 

#206763 was compared to #74234, a member of Group 1 having the most common 37 marker haplotype for this group. The comparison resulted in a 37/37 match ratio. In comparing the 37 marker haplotypes, the probability that (206763) and (76234) shared a common ancestor within: the last 9 generations is 98.26%; 10 generations is 98.89%; 11 generations is 99.29%; and 20 generations is 99.99%. According to the genealogy and these genetic results, #206763 is most likely a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685].

(E1) and #206763 (S3) both have a genetic distance of zero when compared to the Group 1 Modal Haplotype over 67 markers. They are direct descendants of two different sons of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] — suggesting the 67 marker Modal Haplotype is the same as the Aaron Stark Ancestral Haplotype — that is, Aaron Stark [1608-1685] most likely would have had the 67 Marker Modal Haplotype for Group 1.

 

#298239 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Stephen Stark

(Senior)

b. Before 1686 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. After Dec 1755 (Prob. Lebanon, New London Co., Connecticut)

m. Hannah Culver / 02/15/1709 / Groton, New London Co., CT

Samuel Stark

b. 10/19/1722 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. Aft. 03/1758 (Colchester, New London County, CT)

m. Elizabeth Joyner / 10/07/1742 / Colchester, CT

Samuel Starks (Junior)

b. 01/16/1759 (Colchester, New London County, Connecticut)

d. 03/18/1834 (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)

m. Abigail Skeel / 1789 / Luzerne Co. PA

William Starks

b. 08/12/1790 (Plymouth, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)

d. 03/18/1839 (Lynchburg, Jackson County, Mississippi)

m. Nancy Ann Davis / 12/04/1817 / Jackson Co., MS

Stephen Starks

b. 02/01/1823 (Lynchburg, Jackson County, Mississippi)

d. 05/26/1885 (Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi)

m. Ellen Elwert / 12/23/1856 / Jackson Co., MS

Samuel Patrick Cyril Starks

b. 03/18/1859 (Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi)

d. 03/16/1919 (Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi)

m. Isabelle A. Latimer/ 02/24/1886 / Biloxi, MS

Samuel Patrick
Starks

b. 12/10/1906 (Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi)

d. 04/01/1993 (Gulfport, Harrison County, Mississippi)

m. Julia B. Miller / 12/25/1937 / Ocean Springs, MS

Grandfather Private
Father Private

(B2f) Starks

#298239

Private

Comments 11/24/2013

Y-DNA results over markers 1 through 37 resulted in a 37/37 match ratio to the most common Haplotype in Group 1, descendants of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. FTDNA predicts #298239 belongs to Haplogroup R-M269. 

#2298239 was compared to #206763, a member of Group 1 having the most common 37 marker haplotype for this group; both sharing Stephen Starks [1823-1885] as a common ancestor. The comparison resulted in a 37/37 match ratio. In comparing the 37 marker haplotypes, the probability that (298239) and (206763) shared a common ancestor within: the last 6 generations is 93.29%; 10 generations is 98.89%; 11 generations is 99.29%; and 20 generations is 99.99%. According to the genealogy and these genetic results, #298239 is most likely a descendant of Stephen Starks [1823-1885] and Aaron Stark [1608-1685].

 

#102286 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Aaron Stark [3rd]

b. 1678 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. After 1744 (Prob. Morris County, New Jersey)

m. Margaret Wells / Before 1709 / New London Co., CT

Aaron Stark [4th]

b. 1708 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. 01/21/1733 (Flanders, Morris County, New Jersey)

m. Unknown

John Stark

[Lt. Colonel]

b. 04/01/1733 (Flanders, Morris County, New Jersey)

d. May 10, 1822 (Flanders, Morris County, New Jersey)

m. Mary Dilla / May 1765 / Prob. Morris Co., NJ

John Stark [3rd]

b. 04/03/1771 (Roxbury Township, Morris County, New Jersey)

d. 11/05/1844 (Roxbury Township, Morris County, New Jersey)

m. Catherine Reid / Before 1793 / Prob. Morris Co., NJ

John Reid Stark

b. 08/14/1798 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. After 1880 (Morris County, New Jersey)

m. Mary Unknown / Before 1819 / Prob. Morris Co., NJ

Aaron Stark

b. 1830 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. 1899 ((Morris County, New Jersey)

m. Amanda Demun / 10/28/1856 / Morris Co., NJ

Samuel A. "Abie" Stark

b. 7/??/1864 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. 1939 (Passaic County, New Jersey)

m. Ella May Steelman / About 1884 / Prob. New Jersey

Raymond Arthur Stark

b. 03/21/1891 (Little Falls Township, Passaic County, New Jersey)

d. 1943 (New Jersey)

m. Margaret Hawthorne / 12/31/1913 / Garfield, Bergen Co., NJ

Father  

(B3a) Stark

#102286

Private
 

#233230 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

Aaron Stark [3rd]

b. 1678 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. After 1744 (Prob. Morris County, New Jersey)

m. Margaret Wells / Before 1709 / New London Co., CT

Amos Stark

b. Bet. 1710–1730 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. 09/??/1767 (Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey)

m. Unknown Spouse #1 / Before 1755 / Prob. Morris Co., NJ

Isaac Stark, Sr.

b. Bet. 1756–1760 (Morris County, New Jersey)

d. 1824 (Junius, Seneca County, New York)

m. Elizabeth Reed / Before 1775 / New Jersey

Aaron Stark

b. 05/05/1804 (Junius, Seneca County, New York)

d. 01/??/1864 (Oxford, Erie County, Ohio)

m. Mary Hunt / Bef. 1830/ New York State

James Wallace Stark

b. 08/24/1844 (Erie County, Ohio)

d. 03/31/1912 (Washington, Henry County, Ohio)

m. Anna Overy / 01/25/1882 / Henry Co., Ohio

Homer Stark

b. 1883 (Ohio)

d. ????

m. Cora Brailey/ ???? / Ohio

Elmer Marion Stark

b. 11/28/1906 (Washington, Henry County, Ohio)

d. 02/20/1996 (Painesville, Lake, Ohio)

m. Gertrude Agnes Hullstrung/ ???? / Ohio

Father Private

(B3b) Stark

#233230

Private

Comments 11/27/2013

Y-DNA results over markers 1 through 37 resulted in a 37/37 match ratio to the most common Haplotype in Group 1, descendants of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. FTDNA predicts #233230 belongs to Haplogroup R-M269. 

#233230 was compared to #74234, a member of Group 1 having the most common 37 marker haplotype for this group. The comparison resulted in a 37/37 match ratio. In comparing the 37 marker haplotypes, the probability that (233230) and (76234) shared a common ancestor within: the last 9 generations is 98.26%; 10 generations is 98.89%; 11 generations is 99.29%; and 20 generations is 99.99%. According to the genealogy and these genetic results, #233230 is most likely a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685].

(E1) and #233230 (T1) both have a genetic distance of zero when compared to the Group 1 Modal Haplotype over 67 markers. They are direct descendants of two different sons of Aaron Stark [1608-1685] — suggesting the 67 marker Modal Haplotype is the same as the Aaron Stark Ancestral Haplotype — that is, Aaron Stark [1608-1685] most likely would have had the 67 Marker Modal Haplotype for Group 1. In comparing their 67 marker haplotypes, the probability they share a common ancestor in the last 9 generations is 99.4%; 11 generations is 99.81%; and 20 generations is 100%.


#483977 - Lineage (Return to Y-DNA Test Results)

Aaron Stark

 [the Elder]

b. 1608 (Scotland or England)

d. before June 1685 ( New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Unknown / about 1654

Aaron Stark

[Junior)

b. About 1654 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. About 1701 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Mehitable Shaw / November 27, 1676 / New London Co., CT

John Stark

[1st]

b. Bef. 1691 (Lyme, New London County, Connecticut)

d. Bef. 09/08/1753 (New London County, Connecticut)

m. Martha Walworth / 11/10/1715 / New London Co., CT

John Stark

[2nd]

b. 11/11/1716 (Groton, New London County, Connecticut)

d. Bet. 1753-1759 (Prob. Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut)

m. Sarah Hough / 06/01/1741 / New London Co., CT

Benajah Stark

or

Starks

b. 06/30/1748 (New London County, Connecticut)

d. Aft. 1820 (Prob. Chazy, Clinton County, New York)

m. Elizabeth Beach / 01/16/1772 / Fairfield Co., VT

Joseph Starks

b. Bet. 1770-1774 (Vermont)

d. Aft. 1830 (Clinton County, New York)

m. Unknown

Isaac Starks

b. 1798 (Middle Hero, Chittenden County, Vermont)

d. Aft. 1875 (Weyauwega, Waupaca County, Wisconsin)

m. Louisa B. Randall / Aft. 1825 / Prob. Clinton Co., NY

Lorenzo H. Starks

b. 08/10/1839 (Moores, Clinton County, New York)

d. 02/11/1920 (Wisconsin)

m. Miriam Pray / 1858 / Waupaca Co., WI

William Henry Starks

b. 08/15/1867 (Portage County, Wisconsin)

d. 11/21/1953 (Almon, Shawano County, Wisconsin)

m. Carrie J. Rickey /1898 / Moscow, Iowa Co., WI

Lorenzo H. Starks

b. 05/05/1902 (Moscow, Iowa County, Wisconsin)

d. 03/29/1968 (Phoenix, Maricopa Couny, Arizona)

m. Myrtle M. Peterson / 09/03/1921 / Oshkosh, Winniebego Co., WI

Walter Henry Starks

b. 03/08/1927 (Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)

d. 10/16/1983 (Snohomish County, Washington)

m. Georgia McClellan / ???? / ????

Father

Private

(B4a) Starks

#483977

Private

#483977 Genetic-Genealogy Analysis by Clovis LaFleur: 06/20/2016

Y-DNA results for #483977 over markers 1 through 37 resulted in a 37/37 match ratio to the most common Haplotype in Group 1, descendants of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. FTDNA predicts #483977 belongs to Haplogroup R-M269. 

Using the FTDNATip Time to Most Recent Common Ancestor Probability Calculator, #483977 was genetically compared to #98044, a member of Group 1 in Subgroup 1a, having the most common 37 marker haplotype for this group. The comparison resulted in a 37/37 match ratio. In comparing their 37 marker haplotypes, the probability that #483997 and #98044 shared a common ancestor WITHIN: 1) the last 10 generations is 98.89%; 2) the last 11 generations is 99.29%; 3) the last 12 generations is 99.55%; and 4) the last 13 generations is 99.71%. According to the genealogy of #98044 and these genetic comparison results, #483977 is most likely a descendant of Aaron Stark [1608-1685].

#483977 submitted his genealogical file to FTDNA. I was able to access this file as an Administrator and review. His direct Paternal Stark ancestry went back 5 generations to Lorenzo H. Starks [1839-1920], as presented, left, in the lineage Table for #483977. As a result of the FTDNATip calculator results, it was clear the genealogical research should focus on descendants of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. A search of my Aaron Stark [1608-1685] genealogical database revealed I had researched, in the year 2006, a descendant line from Aaron to a Lorenzo Starks, born in 1839; but had taken this branch no further.

Comparing the Lorenzo Starks genealogy of #483977 to my Lorenzo Starks genealogical file resulted in a positive determination they were the same person. When the complete genealogy, presented left, was compared to the genealogy of #98044, it was revealed; 1) both were 12 generations removed from Aaron Stark; 2) #483977 was a descendant of Aaron Stark (Junior), son of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]; and 3) #98044 was a descendant of William Stark (Senior), also a son of Aaron Stark [1608-1685]. Because #483977 and #98044 are descendants of two different sons of Aaron [1608-1685] — they belong to descendant lines from Aaron that have been separated for 11 generations. Logically, the first common ancestor they can possibly share, as indicated by their genealogy, would have been 12 generations earlier, the genealogy indicating that would be Aaron Stark [1608-1685].

Returning to the FTDNATip calculations above, based on the genealogy, logically, #483977 & #98044 cannot share a common ancestor in generation 10 nor in generation 11. However, they can share a common ancestor WITHIN Generation 13. From above, there is a 99.71% probability they could share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor WITHIN Generation 13 — and this would be the only common ancestor they could share WITHIN Generation 13. Therefore, logically, there is a 99.71% probability #483977 and #98044 share Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as a common ancestor in Generation 12.

Based on the above Genetic-Genealogy Analysis, #483977 shares Aaron Stark [1608-1685] as common ancestor with all of the other Members of Subgroups 1a & 1b. Because he is a descendant of Aaron Stark (Junior), son of Aaron Stark [1608-1685], #483977 has been placed in Subgroup 1b.

 

 
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