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1911 Stark Family Association Yearbook

 

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Editor's Comments

 

In 1911, those attending the Family Reunion were treated to a tour of Mystic and the homestead of Aaron Stark, the Wightman Burial Ground, and other places of interest. This was reported in the article entitled "The Trip to Mystic." The article has a transcription of the deed between the First Baptist Church and William Stark (Senior) selling 1 and one half acres to the Church for 6 pounds and providing a place of burial for descendants of Aaron Stark [1608-1685].

The "In Memoriam" article has obituaries for: Henrietta Stebbins Clark; Mrs. Harriet M. Stark (wife of Rev. Oliver Porter Stark) of Paris, Lamar County, Texas; Lucius Crosby Stark; John H. Jewett; Erastus S. Geer; Charles Stark and his wife, Julia (Richmond) Stark.

At the bottom of Page 9 can be found a link to a "Biography of Rev. Oliver Porter Stark," published in May of 2005.

There is a biographical sketch of James Edward Stark, a Descendant of Christopher Stark (Senior) and Joanna Walworth. 

The pages of the 1911 yearbook were all scanned and appear as printed in that year.

 

Clovis La Fleur

April 15, 2009

Table of Contents

 

Officers................................................................ 6
Report of the Secretary......................................... 7-8
Report of the Treasurer.......................................... 8
In Memoriam........................................................ 9-15
The Trip To Mystic................................................ 16-20
James Edward Stark Biographical Sketch............... 21-24
Constitution......................................................... 25 & 26
Members of the Association (1911-1912)................ 27-29
Attended Reunion................................................. 30

 

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Editor's Comment: Rev. O. P. Stark was Oliver Porter Stark. Click HERE to see Biography by Clovis LaFleur in PDF file format.

 

 

 

Editors Comment: Lucius C. Stark Lineage: Aaron1; Aaron2; Abiel3; Nathan4; Abiel5; Abiel6; Lucius7; married 1st Ellen C. Warren and 2nd Julia Stark, his wife in 1903. Lived in Lyme, R. F. D., Connecticut 1903.

Editors Comment: John H. Jewett Lineage: Aaron1; Aaron2; Abiel3; Nathan4; Nathan5; Rebecca Stark6 m. John Jewett; John H. Jewett7.

 

 

 

Editors Comment: Lineage Erastus S. Geer unknown.

 

 

 

Editors Comment: Charles Stark lineage: Aaron1; Aaron2; Abiel3; Nathan4; Nathan5; Christopher6; Charles Stark7 married Julia B. Richmond.   Living North Lyme, Connecticut 1903.

 

 

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Editor's Comment: "---Major John Mason who with his comrades in 1637 over-threw---"

Editor's Comment: Lineage Nathan Stark: Aaron1; Aaron2; Abiel3; Nathan4 married Anna Fitch.

 

2021

 

Editor's comment: To learn more about the Wyoming Valley massacre, click HERE.

 

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Editor's comment: Y-DNA test of male descendants of Aaron Stark with the surname "Stark" has proven they are not related to descendants of James Stark, Dr. Richard Stark and Archibald Stark (Father of General John Stark). The latter are most likely descendants of John Muirhead who became "John Stark." Click HERE for more information. 

 

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The work presented is from the Stark Family Association yearbooks published from 1903 to 1952. The use of any material on these pages by others should give credit to the named contributors to the yearbooks.

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There are some errors in the material presented. Where appropriate,  Clovis LaFleur will offer Editorial comment and correction. You are responsible for the validation of all data and sources reported and should not presume the material presented is correct or complete.

 

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