The following family tree includes the known descendants of Archibald
Stark, one of the earliest settlers of Manchester NH. The famous
Gen. John Stark of New Hampshire was the son of Archibald-1, and
many of his descendants are also included here.
This is NOT meant to be a comprehensive genealogy of
ALL Stark lines in the United States, NOR even ALL Stark
lines in New Hampshire. I have included all the information
I have knowledge of, along with sources (at the bottom). Please
do not contact me, asking if I would research your Stark line.
If your line is not here, then I am not aware of it!! If you have
information to add to this tree, I will be happy to include it.
I have done my best to verify the information below, however,
I do NOT claim that it is 100% accurate (in other words, use at
your own risk, and verify this yourself). This was compiled during
many hours of personal research, and may NOT be used in a book
or electronic publication that is for SALE or RESALE. Doing so
violates copyright law. This information is FREE to descendants/relatives
who are using it for their own personal knowledge.
The information shown here after 1910 is found in the public domain.
For Photographs that are Stark-related, look
Signature of Brigadier-General John Stark
at Bunker Hill, Stark at Bennington, Stark at home, Molly Stark
Cannon, pages 293-315 of the following source (This is a large
PDF file, 2454 KB) FROM: Willey's semi-centennial book of Manchester,
1846-1896 : and Manchester edition of the Book of Nutfield : historic
sketches of that part of New Hampshire comprised within the limits
of the old Tyng Township, Nutfield, Harrytown, Derryfield, and
Manchester, from the earliest settlements to the present time
by George Franklin Willey; Manchester, N.H.: G.F. Willey, 1896pgs.
Also see the Stark
Family Tree DNA Study [note I am NOT affiliated with this
study]. If your surname is Stark, and you are a male descendent
of any Stark family, this study is looking for you.
was born at Glasgow, Scotland in 1697, and received his education
in the university of that city. When quite young, he went with
his father to Londonderry, in the north of Ireland, where he married
Eleanor Nichols, the dau of a fellow immigrant from Scotland.
In 1720 he embarked for America in company with many of his country
men, and after a tedious voyage arrived in Boston in late autumn.
Many of them were ill with smallpox, and they were not permitted
to land, but went to the present town of Wiscasset, on the Maine
coast, where they spent the winter. The following year he joined
the Scotch-Irish settlers in what is now called Londonderry, where
he lived until 1736. His home was about two miles south of the
village of East Derry. During that year (1736) his buildings were
destroyed by fire, and instead of rebuilding he removed to Harrytown
[Manchester] and settled on the Thaxter grant a short distance
above Amoskeag falls. He built the house now standing at the east
end of the Amoskeag bridge, which was occupied for many years
by the widow of Jonas Page. For the safety of the people in his
immediate vicinity a fort was built at Amoskeag, which was called
Starks' Fort. On the 9th of March 1747, he petitioned His Excellency,
Benning Wentworth, Esq. , that a competent number of soldiers
may be allowed him to be station at his garrison to guard and
defend him and others in performing their necessary labors. He
was the first named grantee and one of the principal proprietors,
and in compliment to him the town of Dunbarton was known as Starkstown
for fourteen years, until 1765. Archibald Stark died in Derryfield
[Manchester] 25 June, 1758 and was buried in what was known as
the Christian brook cemetery, which was situated about where the
north end of the Manchester locomotive works later stood. [The
writer well remembers when the bodies in this cemetery were removed.
The bluff on which it was situated was some thirty or more feet
high and close to Canal street, and was leveled to make way for
a street that was put through just north of the locomotive works
as then built. This street was afterwards discontinued so that
the locomotive works could enlarge their plant and still have
the same under one roof. A low slate headstone in the south-westerly
corner of the Valley cemetery marks the spot where the remains
of Archibald Stark now repose, and bears this inscription: "HERE
LYES THE BODY OF Mr. / ARCHIBALD STARK HE / Departed This Life
June 25th / 1758 Aged 61 Years." / His wife was Eleanor "Hellen
" Nichols whom he married in Londonderry, Ireland. After
the death of Archibald Stark, his land was divided among his four
sons: William, John, Samuel and Archibald.
Children of Archibald & Eleanor (Nichols) Stark
1. +Anney/Ann/Anna STARK, b. 20 June 1722 in Londonderry
NH; d. 28 Jan 1805; buried in Manchester NH; m. William
Gamble in 1744. He b. 1709 and d. 1785. They had sons William
and Archibald. He had m1) Widow Clark. He signed the Association
Test 1 June 1776. His will dated 24 Nov 1785 states he was in
the 77th year of age.
2. +William STARK, b. 1 Apr 1724 in Londonderry NH; d 1776
in Long Island NY; m. 22 Feb 1754 in NH to MARY STINSON
3. Isabelle/Isabel STARK, b. 1726 in Londonderry NH; died 1797;
m. Hugh Sterling before 1761. They had children (STERLING): Isabel
Stark, Archibald, Jane, Margaret, Mary, Martha, John Stark, and
4. +Gen. John STARK, b. 28 Aug 1728 in Londonderry NH;
m. Molly Page
5. +Archibald STARK JR., b. 1730 in Londonderry NH, d 17
Jan 1819 Hopkinton NH; m. Mary Anderson
6. Mary STARK, m. Hugh Conroy/Conway
7. Jean STARK, b. c1734 in Londonderry NH; d. 1797; m1) James
McCully/McCalley; m2) c1751 in NH to Samuel Stinson
7. +Samuel STARK, b. 1736 in Derryfield NH; d. 16 March
1809 in Conway NH; buried Manchester NH; m. 1758 to ELizabeth
STARK (Archibald-1) b. 20 June 1722 in Londonderry NH; d.
28 Jan 1805, aged 84 years, having been unfortunately burned with
the house then owned by her son Archibald Gamble; buried in Manchester
NH; m. William Gamble, son of Thomas Gamble in 1744. He b. 1709
and d. 1785. He came to this country in 1728 aged 19 from Derry
Co. Ireland They had sons William and Archibald. He had m1) Widow
Elizabeth Clark who died in 1755. He signed the Association Test
1 June 1776. His will dated 24 Nov 1785 states he was in the 77th
year of age. He died suddenly of cramp colic 28 Nov 1785, age
76 years. His will mentions wife Anna, son William, son Archibald,
daughter Jennet McClintock, daughter Margaret Love, and John Stark
of Derryfield, appointed executor.
Children of William & Elizabeth Gamble:
1. Jennett/Jarnet GAMBLE, b. ? m. 12 Feb 1760 Alexander McClintock
2. Margaret GAMBLE, b 5 Apr 1751; m. 26 March 1782 to William
Love a farmer of Hillsboro NH
Children of William & Anna (Stark) GAMBLE:
3. William GAMBLE
4. +Archibald GAMBLE, b. 8 June 1762, d. 28 July 1840;
He m1) Margaret Bold, dau of Nathaniel & Margaret Bold of
Derryfield, b. 1752; He m2) Elizabeth Patten, dau of John and
Jean (Karr) Patten of Chester NH, b. 13 Feb 1760, d. 1 Sep 1834;
He m3) 9 June 1840 Abagail Parker/Barker
STARK (Archibald-1), b. 1 Apr 1724 in Londonderry NH; d 1776
in Long Island NY; m. 22 Feb 1754 or 22 Feb 1754 in NH to MARY
STINSON of Dunbarton. She b. 30 March 1734 and died 15 Oct 1817
in NH. He was known as Col. William Stark; was the second person
named in the proprietors' records as a grantee of Starkstown;
was prominent and active in the management of the early affairs
of the town. It is said he had a good education, was a good penman
and a prompt man of business. The first town meeting, under the
charter was holden at his house, and he was elected the first
town clerk, and the town meetings for several years prior to the
erection of the first meetinghouse was held at his house. During
the years 1757-1758 and 1759 he rendered important service in
the Seven Years' War. He was distinguished as a captain of rangers
under Robert Rogers on the northern frontier, was with Amherst
at the capture of Louisburg and fought under Wolfe on the plains
of Abraham. At the commencement of the Revolution his inclination
was favorable to the cause of the colonists, but indignant at
what he considered an unjust and insulting neglect, in the State
Council of New Hampshire refusing his request for a command, he
repaired to New York and became a colonel in the British service.
He was killed by a fall from his horse in 1776, on Long Island,
soon after he received his commission. His children were all born
in Dunbarton NH.
Children of William & Mary (Stinson) STARK:
1. William STARK JR., b. 27 Aug 1756 in Dunbarton, Merrimack Co
2. John STARK, b. 1 Nov 1758 in Dunbarton NH; served as adjutant
of the 1st Continental Regiment of New Hampshire; He d. 1776 of
smallpox at Chimney Point, Lake Champlain
3. +Archibald STARK, b 7 Nov 1760 in Dunbarton NH; d. 1824
in Cambellstown, Preble Co. OH; m. Eleanor Stark
4. Mary STARK, b. 19 Aug 1762
5. Stephen STARK, b. 27 Sep 1764 in Dunbarton NH; probably the
Stephen Stark living in Goffstown NH in 1790 census.
6. +Thomas STARK, b. 25 Jan 1767 in Dunbarton NH; m. Mary
B. Gove, dau of Jonathan & Mary (Hubbard) Gove. She b. 7 Jan
1775 and d. 1 Feb 1850.
7. James STARK, b. 22 March 1773 in Dunbarton NH
General John-2 STARK (Archibald-1) was b. 28 Aug 1728
in Londonderry, Rockingham Co. NH and died 8 May 1822 in Derryfield
(former name of Manchester), Hillsborough County, New Hampshire;
He married 20 Aug 1758 in Dunbarton, NH to Elizabeth Page, dau
of Caleb and Ruth (Wallingford) Page. She b. 20 Aug 1758 in Dunbarton
NH and died of typhus 29 June 1814, aged 78.
In 1736 he moved with his father to Harrytown [Manchester] NH
upon the easterly bank of the Merrimack River, afterwards within
the limits of Derryfield, and subsequently the name was changed
to Manchester. [As a boy and later in life he lived at this home
of his father near the falls. This house passed into the possession
of the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company in 1835. For a hundred years
with some alterations, it was rented to tenants. In the spring
of 1973 the Industries deeded the property to the Molly Stark
Chapter, D.A.R. that is might be preserved as the oldest house
in Manchester, and as the home of one of the foremost heroes of
the American Revolution. Suitably furnished, it is open to the
public. After the house came into the possesion of Molly Stark
Chapter, a gable which had been added on the south side was removed,
also a bathroom which had been made from the entrance hall. Layers
of paint were removed from what proved to be fine old pine boards;
the big fireplace in the kitchen was opened; and from what was
probably the spinning room and a shed a good-sized auditorium
wsa constructed, without changing the outside of the house. In
the auditorium is hung a portrait of General Stark by the artist
Tenney, which was sent to the Centennial in Philadelphia in 1876
by the City of Manchester. The southwest room was furnished with
period furniture by Mrs. Palmer, formerly Mrs. DeWitte Howe, who
also loaned some pieces for the other rooms. In the southeast
room are displayed in a show case various articles from members
of the Stark family, including gifts from the late Mrs. John Osborne,
a charter member of the Molly Stark Chapter, who was a great-great-granddaughter
of General Stark. These relics include a wedding bonnet, slippers,
bag, stockings of Susan Stark Gamble, and a towel woven by Molly
Stark herself. There is also a pair of bellows that came from
the General's home, and a three-cornered chair which was his.
Other General Stark relics are in the building of the Manchester
Historical Society.] In April 1742, having penetrated the forest
as far north as the present town of Rumney, while engaged in trapping,
he was taken prisoner by the Indians and carried to St. Frances,
Canada, where he was ransomed for one hundred and three dollars
the following August. He had acquired such a reputation for exploring
the country and accompanying expeditions that, upon the breakout
out of the Seven Years' War, he was commissioned as second lieutenant
of Rogers' Co. of Rangers, attaached to Col. Blanchard's Regiment.
During the wear he took part in the engagements at Lake George,
Ticonderoga and Crown Point. In 1760, after the reduction of Canada,
Capt. Stark returned home and directed his attention to his farm
and sawmill in Dunbarton. In the spring of 1775, when swift couriers
disseminated the intelligence throughout the towns of the battles
of Lexington and Concord, Capt. Stark was at work in his sawmill
in Dunbarton. Leaving the mill he immediate repaired to his house,
soon mounted his horse and started for Medford, Mass., warning
those on the road to there assemble. He was made colonel of the
1st N.H. Regiment. The part that he took in the American Revoltuion,
and the conspicuousness of his bravery at Bunker Hill, Ticonderoga,
Crown Point, Trenton, Bennington and Saratoga are too well known
to be recounted here. He was fourteen years of active service,
held commissions from lieutenant to brigadier-general, and after
the war retired to his home upon the banks of the Merrimack River
near Amoskeag Falls in the city of Manchester. Here Gen. Stark
built his house in 1765, upon the same site where his father built
his house in 1736, and occupied it as a family residence until
his death in 1823. It was destroyed by fire March 23, 1866. Gen.
Stark was a cool, brave commander, and to him the american colonies
were greatly indebted for their success. His reply to Capt. Dearborn
while crossing Charlestown Neck before the battle of Bunker Hill,
when urged that they should quicken their movement, that "one
fresh man in action was worth ten fatigued ones;" and his
views expressed in the council of war just before the battle of
Trenton, "teach the soldiers to place dependence upon their
firearms and their courage," and his address before the battle
of Bennington to his soldiers which has been arranged by Fitz-Greene
Hallack in the following language:
"Soldiers, those German gentlemen were bought
For four pounds eight and seven pence per man
By ENgland's King; a bargain it is thought
Are we worth more? Let's prove it while we can,
For we must beat them, boys, ere set of sun,
Or my wife sleeps a widow! It was done."
reveal the spirit and character of the man. Reportedly, during
one cold winter the troops under Stark, encamped near Ticonderoga,
were poorly clothed and had very little food. At his wife's entreaty
he sent soldiers ill with small pox, some twenty in number to
Derryfield. Molly turned the house into a hospital, nurse and
saved them all together with one of her own children. Stark was
a member of the tribunal which tried and convicted Major Andre
as a spy. That board was thirteen in number with such noted men
as Knox, Schulyer, Lafayette, Von Steuben and Glover of Marblehead,
leading officers in the Continental Army. In 1783 he was ordered
to headquarters by Washington, given the person thanks of the
Commander-in-Chief and the rank of Major General by brevet.
Children of John & Elizabeth (Page) Stark:
1. +Caleb Page STARK, b. 3 Dec 1759 in Dunbarton NH; m.
abt 1787 to Sarah McKinstry. She b. 14 Aug 1767 and died 11 Sep
1839. Reportedly the youngest survivor of the Battle of Bunker
Hill. By 1830 removed to Ohio where he died 26 Aug 1838 [in Oxford
2. Archibald STARK, b. 28 May 1761 in Derryfield NH; d. 11 Sep
1791; left no issue
3. +John STARK, b. 17 Apr 1763 in Derryfield NH; d. 24
Nov 1844 in Derryfield NH; lived in his grandparent's house; m.
1782 to Mary [Polly] Huse. She b. 24 March 1760
4. Eleanor STARK b 4 March 1765, d. 20 Aug 1767
5. +Ellen/Eleanor STARK, b. 30 June 1767 in Derryfield
NH; d. 1843; m1) 1787 Isaac Babson; m2) Thomas Coombs
6. +Sarah STARK, b. 11 June 1769 in Derryfield NH; d. 29
Jan 1801; m. William Blodget
7. +Elizabeth STARK, b. 10 Aug 1771; d. 13 May 1813 at
Ryegate, Caledonia Co VT; m. John G. Cameron. He b. 1761 in Scotland
8. +Mary (Molly) STARK, b. 9 Sep 1773 in Derryfield NH;
m. Benjamin Stickney
9. Charles STARK, b. 2 Dec 1775 in Derryfield; sailed from Boston
MA Nov 1796, in the brig "Sipsburg/Shipsburg," owned
by his brother Caleb Clark; disappeared at sea; left no issue
10. +Benjamin Franklin STARK, b. 16 June 1777 in Derryfield
NH; d. 19 July 1809; m. Elizabeth Cushing. She b. Nov 1775 and
d. 9 May 1866.
11. +Sophia STARK, b. 21 June 1782 in Derryfield NH; d.
18 June 1870 in North Reading MA; buried Forest Hill Cemetery,
Londonderry NH; m. Samuel Wallace Dickey. He b. Sept 1773 in Londonderry
STARK (Archibald-1), b. 1730 in Londonderry NH, d 17 Jan
1819 Hopkinton NH; in 1800 residing in Hillsboro NH; He m. Mary
Anderson in 1763/65 in NH. She b. 1745 and d. 30 July 1814 in
Dunbarton NH He was a lieutenant in Rogers' Corps of Rangers in
1757 to 1759 and one of the first grantees of Starkstown [later
Dunbarton] NH. Archibald-2 Stark and Hugh Sterling were granted
2,000 acres of land in the present town of Conway by Gov. Benning
Wentworth Oct 31, 1765, in recognition of their valiant services
as officers in the French and Indians Wars--T.P., Vol. IX, page
306 and S.P. Vol XXIV, page 658. He was a member of Capt. John
Moore's Co. at the battle of Bunker Hill, and later held commission
as lieutenant and captain. He settled in Hopkinton NH, where he
died. Promoted to Lieutenant 5 July 1780, and assigned to 1st
Regiment by general orders dated 1 Nov 1780.
Children of Archibald & Mary (Anderson) STARK:
1. ?Green STARK
2. Robert STARK, b. 1766, d. 1840
3. Sarah STARK, b. 1768/69, d. bef 1868; m. -- Healy
4. +Lieut. John or Jonathan STARK, b. 1772, d 1851; m.
his cousin Betsey Stark;
5. Mary/Polly STARK, b. 5 July 1773 in NH [possibly Dover]; died
9 Sep 1820; m. Dr. John Patrick Burns
6. +Elinor/Eleanor STARK, b. 1774 in NH; m. her cousin
Archibald Stark [SEE ARCHIBALD STARK]
7. +Elizabeth/Betsey STARK, b. 1776 in Dunbarton NH, d
17 June 1853 in Brownston IN; m. Joseph Emerson in 1809
8. +James STARK, b. 1780 in Dunbarton NH; d. 20 Dec 1827
in Hopkinton NH; m. Susan Walker
9. Jean/Jane STARK, b. 1782; d bef 1868; m. Alexander Andrew
Cunningham (possibly the son of George Cunningham of Goffstown
who b 31 Oct 1763 and d. 19 Feb 1828).
10. Nancy STARK, b. 1785/87, d. 1874 in Chicopee, Hampden MA;
m. John Chase. In 1850 John and Nancy Chase living in Chicopee
MA, John 62 machinist NH (b abt 1788), Nancy, Hiram Davis 27 gardner,
Betsey Bona 48 F NH, Mary Gallagher 30 F Ireland, Elisabeth Stark
12 F NH, Hannah Davis 27 F NH, Martha A. Chase 24 F NH. In 1870
US Census she is living in Chicopee MA, a widow, age 83 b NH;
also living with her is Eliza Loughlin age 68, Betsey Bond age
68 b NH, and Asa Woodward age 38 b Mass.
[Lola Parker Pitman, Mrs. Walter A., DAR #22889 is a descendant
of this line]
STARK (Archibald-1), b. 8 Oct 1736 in Derryfield or Londonderry
NH; d. 16 March 1809 in Conway, Carroll Co, NH; buried Manchester
NH; m. 1758 to Elizabeth Powers. She b. 1739 and d. 10 March 1818
in Conway NH. Samuel Stark is first mentioned in 1753 when he
signed, with his father and brothers, a protest against closing
a new road. He is next found on the records in 1765, when, on
October 31st, grants of two thousand acres each to Lieutenant
Hugh Sterling of Londonderry, Lieutenant Samuel Stark of Derryfield,
and Lieutenant Archibald Stark [his brother] of Dumbarton [sic]
were "made in consideration of services in our Independent
Company of Rangers" in the last French and Indian War. He
resided in Derryfield until 1787 as we find he was one of the
selectmen that year, and afterwards moved to Conway NH where he
continued to reside until his death. On June 1, 1799, the inhabitants
of "Sterling's Location, and Archibald Stark, Samuel Stark's
Location" petitioned to be annxed to the township of Conway,
which he had founded in 1765. By an act approved June 14, 1800
these tracts were annexed to Conway. He was taxed, from 1765 to
as late as 1808 in Manchester. After his death the widow, Elizabeth
Stark appears as late as 1817. Samuel Stark's name is frequently
in the town records [of Conway] and he held all the offices of
the small community, as constable, selectman, surveyor of highways,
tax collector, petit juror and grand juror. He is usually called
"Ensign" or "Lieutenant" on the records. He
signed the "Association of 1776." He and his wife are
buried at Valley Cemetery in Manchester NH.
Children of Samuel & Elizabeth (Powers) Stark:
1. Jonathan STARK
2. Samuel STARK, b. 8 Oct 1766; d. 8 Feb 1839; m. Rebecca Whittaker
3. Robert STARK
4. Polly STARK, 1771-1820; unm.
5. Betsey STARK, b. 4 May 1771; m. Lieut. John-3 Stark, her cousin,
[son of Archibald-2, Archibald-1]
6. Annie STARK, 1775-1849; m. Amos Kimball
7. Fannie/Fanny STARK, 1779-1865 m. 30 Jan 1819, William Burbank
8. Archibald STARK? One source says child was John STARK who m.
GAMBLE (Anna-2 STARK, Archibald-1) b. 8 June 1762, d. 28 July
1840; He m1) Margaret Bold, dau of Nathaniel & Margaret Bold
of Derryfield, b. 1752; He m2) Elizabeth Patten, dau of John and
Jean (Karr) Patten of Chester NH, b. 13 Feb 1760, d. 1 Sep 1834;
He m3) 9 June 1840 Abagail Parker/Barker. He served during the
Revolutionary War under General John Stark, and was supposed to
have been at Bennington VT. He received a pension from the U.S.
which commenced 4 March 1831. He was fond of hunting and in a
swamp on his farm in one winter, he killed nine bears. The swamp
to this day is called Bear Swamp. When the old house was burned
on 28 Jan 1805, reportedly she attempted to get out the door,
but the flames prevented her, then she tried the windows but they
were frozen down, then she broke through the glass, sash, etc.
and threw out the bedding, and lastly her children. Her husband
who was sick and feeble she assisted from the house, she then
attempted to reach her mother-in-law, Mrs. Ann Gamble's room,
but the flames had made too rapid headway in that quarter, she
sprang out of the window and tried another door, and was successful
in reaching the room, but found the bed empty. In order to save
herself from the flames, she caught up a woolen quilt and throwing
it over her head and person, in this way escaped with only a few
burns. Mrs. Ann Gamble's remains were subsequently discovered
and by reason of their location, it was supposed she was making
her way to her son's room, but became bewildered and was unable
to do so. He had issue only by his wife Elizabeth.
Children of Archibald & Elizabeth (Patten) GAMBLE:
1. Thomas GAMBLE, b. 28 June 1793, d. 2 April 1847; m 3 Dec 1829,
Hannah Goodwin of Londonderry NH; Will probated 6 Apr 1847 makes
his wife Hannah, sole executrix.
2. +Archibald GAMBLE, b. 15 Feb 1795, m 10 Apr 1834 Sarah
3. +John Stark GAMBLE, b. 7 Nov 1796, d. 3 Feb 1840, m.
6 May 1829, Susan/Sarah Stark
4. +Margaret GAMBLE, b 31 Aug 1798; m 25 Sep 1832 Alexander
5. William GAMBLE, b. 18 Dec 1800, d. 2 Dec 1821; unm.
6. +Samuel GAMBLE, b. 5 July 1803; m. 2 Dec 1836, Mary
7. David GAMBLE, b. 2 Aug 1806, d. in CT 31 July 1825
Stark (William-2, Archibald-1), b 7 Nov 1760 in Dunbarton
NH; d. 1824 in Cambellstown, Preble Co. OH; http://www.columbiagypsy.net/ar3sta.htm;
emigrated to Preble Co. Ohio from NH in 1812. He married his cousin,
Elinor/Ellenor Stark [Archibald, Archibald], b 1774 in NH; d.
5 Nov 1855 in Campbellstown OH. In 1850 Ellenor is living with
son Archibald in Harrison, Darke Co, OH
Children of Archibald & Elinor (STARK) STARK:
1. Frederick STARK, b. 16 Dec 1794 in Stratford NH, d. 20 Feb
1867; buried Dover Cem, Preble OH; m. 1 Feb 1820 in Butler Co
OH to Abigail Dolloff; in 1860 a Frederick Stark age 68 with wife
Abigail is found living in Manchester NH, a retired civil engineer.
Also living in household is Elizabeth Stark, age 85 and William
Stark age 34 a lawyer.
2. +Sarah Elizabeth STARK, b 1799 in NH, d. 14 Oct 1853
in Wayne Co IN. 1850 census; m. Enos WINDSOR
3. Nancy Clare STARK, b. c1808 in OH; d. 1868; buried in Eldorado,
Preble Co OH; m. William Threewit
4. Elinor/Ellenor "Nellie" STARK, b. c1808 in Hamilton
Co OH; d. 4 Feb 1893 in New Paris, Preble OH; buried New Paris,
Preble OH; 1850 & 1860 census
5. Harriet STARK, b. c1811 in Butler OH, d. 23 March 1895 in New
Paris, Preble Co OH; buried there; 1850 & 1860 in OH
6. Archibald STARK, b. c1816 in OH; 1860 living in Jefferson,
Preble Co OH with sisters Harriet and Ellenor ; 1850 Census living
in Harrison OH with sisters Harriet and Ellenor; 1840 Jackson
OH; a merchant
7. Elizabeth "Betsy" STARK, died 5 Feb 1877 in New Paris
OH, burial there.
STARK (William-2,Archibald-1), b. 25 Jan 1767 in Dunbarton
NH; m. Mary B. Gove, dau of Dr. Jonathan & Mary (Hubbard)
Gove. She b. 7 Jan 1776 in New Boston NH and d. 1 Feb 1850. In
1850 Thomas was living in Bombay, Franklin Co. NY with his daughter
Frances and son-in-law James Gilchrist.
Children of Thomas & Mary B. (Gove) Stark: [born in
1. William STARK, b. March 1793, d. 1814
2. John STARK b 26 Oct 1794, m. 26 Oct 1821 Edith Briggs of Cambridge
VT. She d. 10 Apr 1845; reportedly removed to New York; and had
3 children. In 1840 in Fort Covington NY.
3. +Frances STARK, b. 25 Oct 1796 in Goffstown NH; d. 2
Nov 1886 in Bombay NY; m. 11 Apr 1822 to James GILCHRIST.
4. Luther STARK, b. 24 Jan 1802; m. D.M. Green of White Creek
28 July 1832; reportedly removed to New York; In 1840 living in
Fort Covington NY with wife and 2 younger men in the household.
5. Mary STARK, b. 1804; d. 5 June 1834/5
6. +Clarissa STARK, b. 25 Nov 1807, m. 1829 to Sidney Briggs;
removed to northern New York where she d.
7. +Rodney Gove STARK, b. 23 Nov 1809; m. 5 May 1839 to
Sarah Jane Stark
8. Thomas STARK, b. 1811/1813, d 8 Sep 1818
9. +William (2d) STARK b. 24 July 1817, m. 27 Dec 1846,
Sophia S. Stinson.
Caleb Page-3 STARK (General John-2, Archibald-1), b. 3
Dec 1759 in Dunbarton NH at the home of his mother's father, Caleb
Page, while his father was on service in Canada. He remained in
the care of his grandfather in Dunbarton during all of his youth
and until 1775; m. abt 1787 to Sarah McKinstry of Taunton, MA,
dau of Dr. William & Priscilla (Leonard) McKinstry. She b.
14 Aug 1767 and died 11 Sep 1839 in Dunbarton NH. At the commencement
of the Revolutionary War he was under sixteen years of age. Without
his family's permission he secretly collected his clothing, and
without the knowledge of the family, before daybreak on the morning
of the 16th of June, 1775, he mounted a horse and with a musket
started for the American camp which he reached that evening. He
was assigned to Capt. Reed's Co. and the next day took a part
with other members of the company in the battle of Bunker Hill.
[Reportedly the youngest survivor of the Battle of Bunker Hill].
Soon after he was appointed ensign in Capt. Reed's Co. in the
1st N.H. Regiment. He served in New York and Canada, was Adjutant
in the battles of Trenton and Princeton, was at the battle of
Saratoga and present when Burgoyne surrendered. After peace was
declared he engaged in mercantile pursuits and was for a time
concerned in navigation. While in NH he lived in Pembroke, running
Pembroke Cotton and Woolen Factory Company. In 1828 he was postmaster
of Pembroke NH. By 1830 removed to Ohio, to prosecture the family's
claims to lands granted for military service, where he died 26
Aug 1838 [in Oxford OH] from the result of a long horseback ride
on a very warm day. His body was brought back and buried in the
family cemetery in Dunbarton NH, where a monument marks his grave,
upon which his history is briefly inscribed the following, "In
memory of Maj. Caleb Stark eldest son of Maj. Gen. John Stark
under whose command he served his country in the war of American
Independence b. Dec. 3, 1759 d. Aug. 26, 1838. (Reverse) - He
entered the Army at the age of 16, as Quarter Master of the 1st
N. H. Reg., was afterwards Adj. of the same and subsequently Bri-
gade Major and Aide de Camp to Gen. Stark. He was present at the
battles of Bunker's Hill in 1775, Trenton in 1776, and those of
Sept. 19, and Oct. 7, 1777 which preceded the surrender of Burgoyne."
(S. A. R. marker). After the peace he engaged in mercantile pursuits;
was awhile established in Boston with his brother-in-law, John
McKinstry, and engaged in manufacturing at Pembroke NH. The principal
residence of the family was in Dunbarton NH. Major Stark was described
as rather above the middle height, of a slight but muscular frame,
with strong features, deep set, keen blue eyes, and a prominent
forehead. He much resembled his father in appearance.
Children of Major Caleb P. & Sarah (McKinstry) Stark:
1. John William, b. 24 Oct 1788, died 3 Jan 1836; unm. buried
Dunbarton NH; merchant; traveled and spent some time in West Indies,
of which climate impaired his health. His tombstone reads: "
John W. Stark grandson of Gen. John Stark and eldest son of Maj.
Caleb Stark. He was, like his illustrious ancestor, a stern Patriot
and thorough Republican, a firm and sincere friend, and serupulously
honest man; b. Oct. 24, 1788 d. Jan. 3, 1836 act. 47 yrs."
2. Harriet STARK (twin), b. 1790, d. 4 May 1872; unm. buried Dunbarton
3. Sarah STARK(twin), b. 1790, d. in 1791
4. +Elizabeth STARK, b. 8 June 1792 in Dunbarton NH and
d. 10 Sep 1876 in NY, NY; m. Samuel NEWELL
5. Charles STARK (twin) b 1794; d. 1815; unm. buried Dunbarton
6. +Sarah STARK(twin) b 1794 in Dunbarton NH, d 5 Feb 1819;
m. Joshua WINSLOW son of Isaac and Mary (Davis) Winslow in Oct
1817; buried Dunbarton NH
7. Henry STARK, b 8 Nov 1795; living in 1854; married late in
life a Mrs. Randolph in Washington/Virginia, probably buried there.
8. Mary Ann STARK, b. 15 Oct 1797; d. 12 May 1815; unm. buried
9. Charlotte STARK, b. 4 July 1799, d 28 June 1889; unm.; lived
on the old homestead; buried Dunbarton NH
10. Caleb STARK Jr. b 1805; d. 1 Feb 1864; unm.; member of the
class of 1823 of Harvard, and in 1850 the University conferred
upon him the degree of Master of Arts; he was an attorney; he
wrote the "Memoir"of General Stark, and a history of
Dunbarton; buried Dunbarton NH; lived most of his life in Dunbarton
and was known as the "Squire." unmarried.
11. David McKinstry STARK, b. 1807; d. 26 Oct 1832 of consumption;
unm. buried Dunbarton NH
STARK (Gen. John-2, Archibald-1) b. 17 Apr 1763, d. 24 Nov
1844 in Manchester NH; m 1782 to Mary [Polly/Molly] Huse, 7th
child of Abel & Mary (Whittier) Huse. She b. 24 March 1760
in Methuen MA and d. 7 Dec 1838 near Manchester NH. He received
from his father, General Stark, land in Manchester NH bounded
by Brook street on the south, Webster street on the north, and
running from the Old Chester line to the river. This lot contained
the original Archibald Stark house where he took up residence.
Christian Brook ran through this farm very near its southern boundary.
Children of John & Mary (Huse) Stark:
1. +Emily/Emelia STARK, b. 8 June 1783 in Dunbarton NH;
m. John G. Moore; he b. abt 1783
2. +Gradus Bakeman STARK, b. 10 June 1785 in Dunbarton
NH; m. Ann Davis [grand aunt of Roland Rowell]; she b abt 1785;
In 1812 Gradus built a house on the east side of River road.
3. +Betsy STARK, b. 14 Jan 1788 in Derryfield NH, d. 13
Sept 1864; m. 1818 to Samuel Phillips Kidder. He b. 1 Nov 1768
in Billerica MA, lived in Manchester NH on Canal Street.
4. +John STARK, b. 26 Jan 1790 in Derryfield NH; d. 16
Apr 1872; m. Sally/Sallie Pollard. She b abt 1790; in 1816 built
a house on River Road where he resided until his death.
5. +Frederick Gilman STARK b 6 Aug 1792 in Derryfield NH,
d. 26 Mar 1861 m. Nancy Gillis. She b. abt 1792; in 1850 living
in Bedford NH.
6. +Mary STARK, b. 18 Jan 1795 in Derryfield NH; d. 3 Aug
1878; m. Sept 1814 to Josiah Gillis [brother to wife of Frederick
G.]. He b. abt 1795.
7. +Susan STARK, b. 17 Jan 1797 in Derryfield NH; d. 12
May 1860; m. 6 May 1829 to John GAMBLE
8. +Samuel Kidder (or R.) STARK , b. 9 Apr 1799 in Derryfield
NH; d. 14 Jan 1851; m. Betsey GRIFFIN. She b. 8 Nov 1799
9. +Charles F.M. STARK, b. 26 Aug 1801 in Derryfield NH;
d. 18 Aug 1873; m. Fannie Kimball. She b. abt 1801; inherited
his grandfather's homestead. This house was destroyed by fire
in the winter of 1865-66. His only child, Augusta, m. N.P.Whittemore.
10. +Albert G.STARK, b. 12 Aug 1804/6 in Derryfield NH;
d. 28 Jan 1856; m. Susan RUSSELL.
11. +Caleb STARK, b. 14 Feb 1808 in Manchester NH; d. 1
June 1859; m. Mary Sayward
12. +Louisa STARK, b. 3 Oct 1809; d. 7 Sep 1906; m. 31
Dec 1834 to Albert G. ROBIE
STARK (General John-2, Archibald-1) b. 9 Sep 1773 in Derryfield
NH and d. 13 Jan 1828 in Detroit, Michigan; m. 7 Aug 1802 to Major
Benjamin Franklin Stickney, son of Anthony & Ruth (Brown Coffin)
Stickney. He b. 1 Apr 1773 in Newburyport, MA and d. 7 Jan 1852
in Toledo OH. He m2) 12 July 1835 to Mary Matilda Way. Major Benjamin
Franklin Stickney, came into the Maumee valley of Ohio as early
as 1812, not 1816, as supposed. He was Indian agent at Fort Wayne,
and took a prominent part in its defence against the Indians,
who besieged it in August and September 1812. He was the Indian
Agent for the United States at Fort Wayne, and was acting General
of the left wing of Gen. Jackson's army, which was composed of
Indians (of whom he had a great influence, and whom they called
their white Father and Chief) at the battle fought at New Orleans,
and was highly complimented by Jackson for his bravery. He was
a man of good abilities, fine appearance and good moral character.
leaving Fort Wayne about 1820, he settled at Swan Creek OH, and
he and Samuel Allen founded Vistula, which became part of Toledo.
There was a question of boundary between Ohio and Michigan, and
Stickney was the leader in the "secession" of the Toledo
settlement from Ohio to Michigan, and afterwards, during times
of canal speculation, back to Ohio. The
last move resulted in the Toledo war of 1835. Of this Stickney
was a hero. His eccentricities furnished much amusement, especially
his selection of names for his children, the boys being dubbed
One, Two, etc., and the girls named after states. [from Maumee
Valley and pioneers : a paper by Charles E. Bliven; 1880, 44 pgs.
page 36 comes the following] "From letters found among his
papers, it is probable he owed his appointment as such, to the
influence of those who stood high in the confidence of President
Madison, who evidently wishes to placate that old revolutionary
hero, General John Stark, to whom Stickney was related, as between
Stark and the President there was apparently some difference of
opinion. Major Stickney enjoyed the confidence and esteem not
only of prominent men of his day; as shown by correspondence,
now in possession of his grandson, Benj. F.S. Card, Flint, Michigan,
to whom we are indebeted for their examination. He also enjoyed
the respect of his fellow pioneers in this valley, although many
of them were unable to appreciate his so-called visionary schemes
in regard to a ship canal, or weater, route, and in later years,
a rail route from the Miami of Lake Erie to the foot of Lake Michigan;
as well as a canal to the Ohio, and also a canal and subsequently
a railroad from the lake to the Mississippi, and particularly
that the Maumee, or Mi-a-mi, as he pronounced it, would be lined
with docks, from the mouth of Swan creek to opposite his farm.
All of these schemes, save one, have already been fully realized,
and within the period of a life time. The exception, a canal or
water route from the foot of Lake Michigan to the head of Lake
Erie, has already had thousands expended upon the survey, and
construction of a harbor. Major Stickney was a lineal descendant
from Benjamin Franklin, after whom he was named, and his father
was one of Franklin's legatees, as is evidenced by a receipt on
file among his papers, a rare curiousity bearing date 1794. He
was a queer compound of a man--a bundle of inconsistencies. He
had great knowledge of Indian customs, character, habit and dialects,
of which he was familiar with more than twenty. Major Stickney
lived for many years in a log house upon his farm, which extended
nearly a mile along the bank of the river at Toledo OH. This gave
way to the first brick house built in Port Lawrence township--quite
a pretentious structure--situated about the northeast corner of
Summit and Bush streets, and stood until about 1852, when it also
gave way to a more modern building, erected by the Hon. D.O. Morton.
A portion of the brick in the Stickney mansion were put into Stickney
Hall, built by Judge Dunlap, and for many years the only regular
place for theatrical amusements in Toledo."
Children of Benjamin F. & Mary/Molly (Stark) Stickney:
1. +One STICKNEY, b. 31 Aug 1803 in Pembroke NH
2. Louisa STICKNEY, b. 1805; d. abt 1808 in Pembroke NH
3. +Mary STICKNEY, b. 23 May 1808 who m. Simeon C. Greene.
4. +Two STICKNEY, b. 16 Apr 1810 in Bow, NH [or Ohio]
5. +Indiana STICKNEY, b. 16 Jan 1817; m. Platt Card.
6. ?More Children
STARK (General John-2, Archibald-1) STARK, b. 30 June 1767
in Derryfield NH; d. 1843; m1) 13 March 1787 at Warner NH to Isaac
Babson, son of Isaac & Mehitable (Cue) Babson. He b. 2 Feb
1759 in Beverly MA and d. 31 July 1800 in Manchester NH ; She
m2) aft 1800 to Thomas Coombs
Children of Isaac & Ellen/Eleanor (Stark) Babson
1. Sally Babson, b abt 1789 NH; possibly the Sally Babson residing
in Boston MA in the 1870 US census, single.
2. Mary Babson, b. abt 1790-91 NH; in 1850 living in household
of John & Sarah Stark; living with her brother John in the
1870 US Census of Manchester NH, prob. unm.
3. +Mehitable Babson, b. 1793 NH
4. John Babson, b. abt 1800 NH; probably the John Babson, farmer,
living in Manchester NH in the 1870 US Census with his sister
STARK (General John-2, Archibald-1), b. 11 June 1769 in Derryfield
NH; d. 29 Jan 1801; m. William Blodget, son of Samuel Blodget
the canal builder of Manchester NH; William was b. 18 Dec 1762;
he was in trade in Goffstown and afterwards in the lumber business
and owned a mill at Amoskeag Falls.
Children of William & Sarah (Stark) BLODGET:
1. Maria Louisa BLODGET, b. 20 March 1788
2. Caleb BLODGET, b. 1 June 1790 [this is NOT the same Caleb BLODGETT
found in Canaan NH. That Caleb son of Asahel & Catherine (Pollard)
Blodgett b. 13 Dec 1793 in Hudson NH].
STARK (General John-2, Archibald-1), b. 10 Aug 1771; d. 13
May 1813 at Ryegate, Caledonia Co VT;She m as his first wife to
John G. Cameron, son of Donald 3 Nov 1794. He was b. on the river
Spey in the highlands of Scotland in 1761. Came to America about
1780 in a vessel owned, says Mr. Mason, by a Mr. Willie, who was
brother-in-law of Gen. John Stark, and through him Mr. Cameron
became acquainted with Gen. Stark's daughter Elizabeth, whom he
m. 3 Nov 1794. He bought of John C. Jones of Boston, a tract of
land containing 781-3/4 acres in Ryegate VT, which was conveyed
14 June 1793. Parts of this he cleared but never lived on it.
In 1797 he exchanged 200 acres of this for three lots in the center
of the town where he built a house, and opened up the first store
in town, where he conducted business for many years. In politics
a Democrat, he was town representative many years, councillor
1810-11, assistant Judge and Chief Judge of Caledonia County Court.
At one time he was wealthy but met with reverses and became poor.
He was an ardent admirer of Jefferson and once vowed that his
next child should be called Thomas Jefferson. It proved to be
a daughter, but he kept his word, and she was called, "Jeffie,"
all her life. He d. 4 March 1837. He m2) 28 Feb 1814, Persis Whittaker,
whose mother possibly was a niece of Gen. Stark, had 6 more children
(Donald, Jamima, Keziah, Karen, Ann and Nathan).
Children of John G. & Elizabeth (Stark) CAMERON:
1. Archibald CAMERON, b. 18 Aug 1795 in Ryegate VT, d. 13 Aug
2. Elizabeth CAMERON b 28 March 1797 in Ryegate VT, d. 27 Aug
3. Archibald (2d) CAMERON, b. 5 Jan 1799 in Ryegate VT; d. 5 Nov
4. +John CAMERON, b. 28 Sep 1800; m. Jane Gray.
5. +Elizabeth CAMERON (2d), b. 12 July 1802 in Ryegate,
Caledonia Co VT, d. 15 Nov 1876; m. Alexander Harvey Esq.
6. +Thomas Jefferson/"Jeffie" CAMERON who m.
7. Benjamin F.CAMERON, b. 17 Aug 1807 in Ryegate VT, d 14 Oct
8. Donald CAMERON, b. 15 Oct 1809 in Ryegate VT, d. 12 Sept 1813
9. +Uz CAMERON, b. 1811 in Ryegate VT; m. Susan Farrington
10. Effie CAMERON b 24 July 1813 in Ryegate VT; m. William Strowbridge,
clerk to Alexander Harvey, d. Louisville KY
Franklin-3 STARK (General John-2, Archibald-1) b. 16 Jan 1777
in Derryfield NH and died 29 July 1806/9. He m 1801 to Elizabeth
Cushing, dau of Lieut. Caleb & Sarah (Sawyer) Cushing. She
b. 13 Nov 1775 in Haverill, MA and died 9 May 1866 in Manchester
NH. Both buried in Valley Cemetery, Manchester NH
Children of Benjamin F. & Elizabeth (Cushing) Stark:
1. Elizabeth STARK, b. 1802; d. 19 Oct 1820
2. Abbie STARK, b. 6 July 1805; d. 30 Apr 1881 in Manchester NH
3. John STARK, b. bef 1806/09
[NOTE & CAUTION: In both SAR and DAR records is stated what
follows below. I cannot verify this, and cannot find any proofs]
4.?Rebecca; m. Elijah Hyde; had dau Ruth Ann, who m. Dr. Chauncey
Hathaway Burgess (who m. Ruth Ann Hyde) and had son Charles Hyde
Burgess and dau Sarah Ann Burgess. Charles H. Burgess m. Wilhelmina
Forbes Ashby and had son Ralph Edwin Burgess. Sarah Ann Burgess
m. William Henry Doe, and had dau Edna Burgess Doe.
STARK (General John-2, Archibald-1), b. 21 June 1782 in Derryfield
NH; d. 18 June 1870 in North Reading MA; buried Forest Hill Cemetery,
Londonderry NH; m. Abt 1794 in Londonderry NH to Samuel Wallace
Dickey, son of Matthew & Janet (Wallace) Dickey. He b. Sept
1773 in Londonderry NH.
Children of Samuel W. & Sophia (Stark) DICKEY: [all b.
in Londonderry NH]
1. Valkert Outhout DICKEY, b. 8 Aug 1804; d. 7 March 1833 of consumption
in Georgetown MA; m. 31 May 1829 to Sarah/Sally Spafford Tenney.
She b. 5 Apr 1787 in Rowley MA
2. John Matthew DICKEY, b. 10 Oct 1808; d. 29 Oct 1836 in Elba,
Genessee Co NY
3. Samuel Wallace DICKEY, b. 19 Aug 1810;
4. Elizabeth S.DICKEY, b 28 July 1812
5. Mary Jane DICKEY, b. 3 Sep 1814; m. Albert Tenney, d. 8 May
6. Sarah Pinkerton DICKEY, b. 11 March 1820; d. 15 Aug 1865 in
North Reading, MA; m. 14 Oct 1848 in Londonderry NH to Daniel
Graves. He b. 11 Dec 1794 in N. Reading MA. Children (GRAVES,
b. N. Reading MA): Lucy B., b 1849; Sarah Ann, b. 6 June 1851,
and Daniel Harry b 27 June 1859
7. Benjamin F. DICKEY, b. 16 May 1822; d. aft 1861 in Lowell MA;
in 1861 a fruit grower in Lowell MA; m. Elizabeth M. --. She b
abt 1826 in VT.
8. +Charlotte Stark DICKEY, b. 7 Nov 1824; d.5 June 1908;
m. 23 Nov 1845 at N. Reading MA to Warren Augustus CAMPBELL.
John or Jonathan-3 STARK (Archibald-2, Archibald-1), b. 4
March 1772, d 1851; m. his cousin Betsey Stark, dau of Samuel-2
& Elizabeth (Powers) Stark; she d. May 14, 1858. He d. 11
Apr 1851 in Bow NH.
Children of Lt. John/Jonathan & Betsey (Stark) Stark:
1. +Archibald STARK, b. 19 Sep 1797; m. 27 Dec 1825, Betsey
Cunningham; He d. 19 Dec 1860
2. Samuel STARK, b. 2 July 1801; m. Mary Porter; he d. 15 Aug
3. Clarissa STARK, b. 16 Apr 1804; d. 22 July 1820
4. +Robert STARK, b. 15 Apr 1806
5. Mary STARK, b. 18 Nov 1808; d. 31 Dec 1831
6. Elizabeth STARK, b. 22 Oct 1810; d. 22 Dec 1829
7. +Philip STARK, b. 2 Aug 1812; m. Mary Bush
8. Jonathan STARK, b. 15 June 1814; d. 17 Dec 1833
9. +Sarah Jane STARK, b. 15 Oct 1818; m. Rodney G. STARK
[SEE], her cousin
STARK (Archibald-2, Archibald-1), b. 1776 in Dunbarton NH
d 17 June 1853 in Brownston IN; m. 12 March 1809 at Dunbarton
NH to Joseph Emerson. [Contrary to the "Emerson genealogy,"
she was not the daughter of John-3 Stark]
Children of Joseph & Elizabeth (Stark) EMERSON [born at
1. Charlotte EMERSON, b. 30 Dec 1809
2. Charles EMERSON, b. 1811. Removed to Decatur IL; was elected
to public offices of importance; became Judge of the Superior
3. +Benjamin Franklin Cunningham EMERSON, b. 28 Feb 1815
4. +Warren Chase EMERSON, b. 7 Nov 1816; who m. Eleanor
5. Mary EMERSON, b. in 1818; d. unm.
STARK (Archibald-2, Archibald-1), b. 1780 in Dunbarton NH;
d. 20 Dec 1827 in Hopkinton NH; m. 4 May 1808 Susan Walker of
Manchester NH; She b. 1786 and d. 25 Sep 1869. For some years
he was a physician in Hopkinton NH. He lived upon what was afterwards
known as the Corner place. In 1813 he was appointed surgeon in
the U.S. Army; graduated from Dartmouth Medical School in 1807.
[records show James Stark m. Susan Walker 31 Jan 1793 Goffstown
NH, then James Stark m. Sukey Walker 4 May 1808]
Children of James & Susan (Walker) Stark:
1. Bridget STARK
2. Mary STARK
3. +Solon STARK, b born in Hopkinton NH abt 1810; physician;
removed to St. Louis MO
4. +Patrick STARK, b. 1818; m. Clarinda Flanders
5. Gilbert STARK, b. 1821; d. January 1850, age 29, of consumption,
in Merrimack Co. NH.
6. James STARK
GAMBLE (Archibald-3 GAMBLE, Anna-2 STARK, Archibald-1) b.
15 Feb 1795, and d. 6 Dec 1861 in Manchester NH from an abcess
on his neck. He m 10 Apr 1834 Sarah Davis. She b. abt 1796 in
NH, and d. 2 Feb 1865 in Manchester NH. In 1850 U.S. Census found
in Manchester NH with wife, Sarah, and daughters Caroline and
Sarah F.[census shows them living in "Derryfield" prior
to this time.] In 1860 Archibald and Sarah are living in Manchester
with daughter Caroline S. In 1830 Archibald Gamble Jr. is listed
among the town selectmen for Manchester NH. The 1840 US Census
shows only 3 women (prb wife and daughters) in his household.
Children of Archibald & Sarah (Davis) GAMBLE:
1. +Caroline S. GAMBLE, b abt 1835 in NH (prob Manchester);
m. 16 Aug 1865 in Manchester NH to John C. Head, son of Nathaniel
& Lydia Head. He was b. abt 1816.
2. Sarah H.GAMBLE, b abt 1838 in NH (prob Manchester);
m. 20 May 1857 in Manchester NH to Clifton C. McQueston, son of
Gen. James & Dorcas McQueston. [See
Ancestry & Descendants of Clifton C. McQuestion here]
Stark-4 GAMBLE (Archibald-3 GAMBLE, Anna-2 STARK, Archibald-1)
b. 7 Nov 1796, d. 3 Feb 1840, m. 6 May 1829, Susan/Sarah Stark,
dau of John & Mary/Polly (Huse Stark). She b 17 Jan 1797 and
d. 12 May 1860.
Children of John & Susan/Sarah (Stark) GAMBLE:
1. Elinor/Eleanor GAMBLE, b. 23 Oct 1830; d 9 Apr 1910 Manchester
2. +John Stark GAMBLE, b. 18 Aug 1832; d. 18 Jun 1895 Manchester
NH; married 16 Nov 1851 in Manchester NH to Mary G. Howe, dau
of David H. & Mary (Knights) Howe. John served during the
Civil War, 1st Regiment NH Heavy Artillery. Mary died 15 Feb 1912
in Manchester NH. One son, Charles H. Gamble, b. abt 1853 in Manchester
NH, and who m. 1 Oct 1878 Manchester NH to Harriet W. Sleeper,
dau of Jonathan & Harriet Sleeper of Gilmanton NH.
3. Susan Stark GAMBLE, b. 8 Dec 1834
4. Archibald GAMBLE, b. 25 March 1838
GAMBLE (Archibald-3 GAMBLE, Anna-2 STARK, Archibald-1), b
31 Aug 1798; m 25 Sep 1832 Alexander Curtice. Alexander Curtice
was the son of Stephen and was b. in Antrim NH 27 Oct 1803. He
was a farmer in Danbury, Hill, Vermont and in Bristol NH from
about 1867, and here d. 29 Dec 1873, ae. 70-2-2. She d. Bristol
NH 31 Feb 1873, ae 74-5-12.
Children of Alexander & Margaret (Gamble) CURTICE:
1. William Mason CURTICE, b. 15 Nov 1833; d. 21 July 1838, ae
2. Betsey CURTICE, b. 8 July 1836, d. 12 July 1840, ae. 4-0-4
3. John Warren CURTICE, b 12 Dec 1839. He m. Lydia Woodburn. Was
a druggist in Hinsdale MA. He d. in Washington D.C. 1 Jan 1901,
ae 61-0-19. No Children
4. +James Archibald CURTICE, b. Danbury NH 8 Nov 1841
GAMBLE (Archibald-3, GAMBLE, Anna-2 STARK, Archibald-1) b.
5 July 1803; m. 2 Dec 1836, Mary Ann Wilson. She b. abt 1808 in
NH; in 1860 & 1870 US census living in Manchester NH with
wife and daughter. He prob died before 1880.
Child of Samuel & Mary A. (Wilson) GAMBLE:
1. Mary E. GAMBLE, b. abt 1839 in NH; in 1870 living with her
parents, unmarried, in Manchester NH
Elizabeth-4 STARK (Archibald-3, William-2, Archibald-1), b
1799 in NH, d. 14 Oct 1853 in Wayne Co IN. 1850 census; m. Enos
Windsor, son of Isaac Windsor. He b. 6 March 1793 in Surry Co
NC and died 31 July 1839 in Preble Co OH. He m1) Nancy Jones and
had 8 children, Mary/Polly Serena, Kittrana/Keturah, Jarrett Riley,
Isaac Jones, Emma Salina/Sabrina, Elam Fisher, Alvin Risden, and
Children of Enos & Sarah E. (Stark) WINDSOR:
1. +William Riley WINDSOR, b. 7 May 1836 in New Paris OH,
d 27 Sep 1909 in Muncie, Delaware Co IN; m. Mary Tamanda White
3 Feb 1867 in Whitewater, Wayne Co IN.
2. +Elizabeth Frances WINDSOR, b. 8 July 1837 in Jackson
Twp, Preble Co OH, died 22 Apr 1898 in New Paris, Preble Co OH;
she m. Andrew "Andy" Kirkpatrick REID. He b 11 Jan 1828
in Preble Co OH and d. 3 Apr 1907.
STARK (Thomas-3, William-2, Archibald-1), b. 25 Oct 1796 in
Goffstown NH; d. 2 Nov 1886 in Bombay NY; m. 11 Apr 1822 to James
GILCHRIST. In 1850 living in Bombay, Franklin Co NY, and Frances's
father Thomas Stark is living with them. Reportedly had four children.
Children of James & Frances (Stark) GILCHRIST:
1. +Calvin Benton GILCHRIST, b. 8 Feb 1823
2. Charles GILCHRIST, b. 5 Sep 1824; d. 28 June 1853 in Detroit,
Michigan; m. 2 Feb 1852 to Elvira E. Merrick
3. +Edwin GILCHRIST, b. 15 Nov 1826 in NH; m. 6 Jan 1859
Helen M. Slivens
Gove-4 STARK (Thomas-3, William-2, Archibald-1) b. 23 Nov
1809 in Goffstown NH; m. 5/14 May 1839, his cousin, Sarah Jane
Stark of Goffstown. She was b. 15 Oct 1818, dau of Lieut. John
& Betsey (Stark) Stark. She d. 26 Nov 1884 in Goffstown. He
was a merchant tailor and at one time did quite an extensive business;
he res. on North Mast Street in the house later owned by Sargent
heirs and afterwards about 1855 built a house on the site of the
later residence of Jerad Pellens . From 1837-1843 he was
prominent in town affairs of Goffstown NH. He d. 4 Jan 1876 in
1860 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough
G. Stark 52 M Tailor 1400 100 NH
Sarah J. 42 F NH
Henry 18 M
Frank 16 M
Ella M. 10 F
Hannah P 8 F NY
Pilip 2 M NH
Elizabeth Sahnnon 28 F Domestic Ireland
G. Bryon Moore 20 M Merchant 5000 2500 NH
George P. Henry 23 M Clerk 400
Charles McCollum 25 Carpenter NH
Samuel Stark 15 M Mechanic NH
Children of Rodney G. & Sarah J. (Stark) STARK:
1. +Mary STARK, b. 4 Feb 1840; m. Henry W. Hadley
2. +Lewis Henry STARK, b. 8 Dec 1841
3. +William Frank STARK, b. 31 Aug 1843;
4. George R. STARK, b. 6 March 1846; d. 14 Sep 1850
5. +Ellen M. STARK, b. 16 Aug 1849; m. Henry BLODGETT
6. Hannah P. STARK, b. 27 Aug 1851; d. 30 July 1883, unm.
7. +George Philip STARK, b. 1 Feb 1857
STARK (Thomas-3, William-2, Archibald-1) b. 24 July 1817 in
Goffstown NH; m. 27 Dec 1846, Sophia S. Stinson. He d. 18 Aug
Children of William & Sophia (Stinson) STARK:
1. Charles H. STARK, b Jan 1848; d. 30 March 1848
2. Lizzie STARK, b. 1852; d. 8 May 1899
3. Clara STARK, b. 2 Feb 1853; d. 12 July 1853
STARK (Thomas-3, William-2, Archibald-1), b abt 1807 in NH,
m. Sidney Briggs, b. abt 1806 in ?NY; removed to northern New
York where she d. They are found in the 1850 US Census living
in Fort Covington, Franklin Co. NY. He was a manufacturer there.
Children of Sidney & Clarissa (STARK) BRIGGS:
1. Mary BRIGGS, b. abt 1831 in NY
2. Rodney BRIGGS, b. abt 1835 in NY; In 1860 census, Fort Covington
NY; painter in household of Alexander & Fanny Smallman; 1870
laborer in household of Samuel & Mary Lincoln.
3. Hannah BRIGGS, b. abt 1838 in NY
4. ?Daniel BRIGGS, b abt 1827 in NY [unknown if son or other relative]
STARK (Caleb Page-3, General John-2, Archibald-1), b. 8 May
1792 in Dunbarton NH and d. in New York City, 10 Sep 1876. She
was a handsome woman, as attested by an oil portrait and other
likenesses later in the home of her great grandson, William S.
Newell, in Bath. ME; m. 25 Nov 1810 to Samuel NEWELL, son of Rev.
Jonathan & Lucy (Rogers) Newell. b. in Stow, MA 20 May 1786,
according to Stow official vital records and died in Lawrence
Mass, Jan 11, 1853. Family records give his birth date as May
3, 1783. It was the tradition of his family that he attended Harvard,
but his name is not to be found on the college rolls. Two of his
brothers were Harvard graduates. At one time during his residence
in Cambridge he lived in the Craigie House, afterwards the home
of the poet Longfellow. He was an East India merchant with business
in Boston. DUring the administration of President Andrew Jackson
he served as Postmaster of Cambridge, between 1829 and 1837. Mr.
Newell was involved in a frightful accident at Andover MA 6 Jan
1853, in which a son of President-Elect Franklin Pierce was killed.
Mr. Newell suffered a broken leg and other injuries. He was taken
to the home of his son Charles Stark Newell in Lawrence, MA where
he died five days later.
Both are buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge MA.
Children of Samuel & Elizabeth (Stark) NEWELL:
1. +Samuel Henry NEWELL, aka JOHN STARK, b. 10 Oct
1811 in Boston MA; m. Caroline Julia Morris; adopted by Major
Caleb Stark, and he changed his name to JOHN STARK
2. Francis William NEWELL, b. 19 Aug 1814 in Boston MA; d. 1 Oct
3. +Charles Stark NEWELL, b. 19 Aug 1814 in Boston MA and
d. 7 Dec 1876 in NY NY who m. Alice Jane Crabbe
STARK (Major Caleb Page-3, General John-2, Archibald-1) b
1794 in Dunbarton NH, d 5 Feb 1819; m. Joshua WINSLOW of Boston
MA, son of Isaac and Mary (Davis) Winslow in Oct 1817 at Pembroke
NH; buried Dunbarton NH.
Only child of Joshua & Sarah (Stark) Winslow:
1. +Francis WINSLOW, b. 6 Sep 1818 in Boston MA and died
26 Aug 1862 in Key West FL; m. Mary Sophia Nelson.
Bakeman-4 STARK (John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1), b. 10 June
1785 in Derryfield NH; m. Ann Davis [grand aunt of Roland Rowell];
she b abt 1785 possibly in Derry NH; In 1812 Gradus built a house
on the east side of River road in Manchester NH.
Children of Gradus B. & Ann (Davis) Stark:
1. +Clifton Stark, b abt January 1825; d. 14 Aug 1877 in
Taunton MA; m. Mary Jane Boynton
2. Lucy Stark, b.?; died 1 Jan 1861 in Hyde Park, MA; Lucy B.
Stark & Sumner Rockwood, married May 25, 1859 in MA; The marriage
certificate shows: "She of Nashua NH, he of Boston. His occupation:
Mason. He son of Lyman & Mary b Westfield, his second marriage.
She b. Nashua NH of Gradus B & Anna her first marriage."
3. Calvin Stark, b. 27 June 1812; d. 1812
4. +Caroline Stark, b. 2 Oct 1813 in Manchester NH; d.
5 Sep 1882 in Laconia NH; m. 23 Nov 1835 in Concord NH to Daniel
5. Ellen Stark, b. 11 Feb 1815; d. 14 Jan 1895 in Fitchburg MA
6. Ferdinand Stark, b. 27 Dec 1816 in Manchester NH, d. 1816
7. +Leonard Stark, b. 11 Dec 1818 in Manchester NH, d.
18 Dec 1898 in Boylston MA
8. Henry Stark, b. 2 July 1821 in Manchester NH, d. New York City
9. +Elizabeth Franklin Stark, b. 24 Oct 1823 in Manchester
NH; d. 29 Nov 1870 in New Ipswich NH; m. 27 Jan 1870 in Nashua
NH to William E. Hassell
STARK (John-3, General John-2, Archibald-1), b. 14 Jan 1788,
d. 13 Sept 1864; m. Samuel Phillips Kidder. He b. 1 Nov 1768 in
Billerica MA or Manchester NH, lived in Manchester NH on Canal
Street. He was a farmer. He moved from Billerica MA to Manchester
NH and was one of the directors at the first meeting of the Amoskeag
Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing Company in 1810. He is mentioned
as one of the founders of the Social Library of Derryfield [later
Manchester] N.H. According to
Bob Birt a Fiske family researcher, the widow Betsy (Stark)
Kidder married 2nd) Col. Mark Fiske (Joseph, Mark, William, John,
William, Robert, Simon, Simon, William, Symond) who was b. 21
June 1778 at Ipswich MA but removed to Londonderry/Derry NH.
Children of Samuel P. & Betsey (Stark) KIDDER:
1. +Samuel Blodget KIDDER, b. 26 Dec 1806 at Manchester
NH; m. Mary Ann Spinney.
2. +Elizabeth KIDDER, b. 27 March 1809 in Manchester NH;
m. Nathaniel E. Morrill
3. +John Sullivan KIDDER, b at Manchester NH 31 May 1811;
4. Mary White KIDDER, b 31 Aug 1813; d 13 March 1869. m. at Manchester
5 Sep 1847, Hon. Moody Currier [ex-Gov. of NH], he b. at Boscawen
NH 22 Apr 1806; d. 23 Aug 1898, son of Moody & Rhoda (Putney)
Currier. They had one child that died in infancy (possibly in
his 2d marriage). He was the forty-second Governor of New Hampshire.
5. Joseph KIDDER, b. 13 March 1819, died 29 Oct 1902 in Manchester
NH; He married 20 June 1850 to Sarah B. (?nee Smith). (They celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary in 1900, resided Manchester NH.).
[possibly a Sarah Josepha Kidder, dau of Joseph & Sarah E.
(Smith) Kidder is their dau. She b. abt 1857 and d. 3 May 1901
in Manchester NH, single, of tuberculosis.] In 1850 living in
Manchester NH with his sister and Stark S. Fisk (age 18) a silversmith
living with them, along with Betsey Fisk, age 60 (b. 1790) [his
mother-in-law]. #7588 S.A.R.; Residing in Manchester NH through
1880. Children (STARK) Maria F. (b abt 1855 NH, teacher), Annie
B. (b abt 1860 NH), and Mary N.S. (b abt 1864 NH). In 1880 three
daughters living at home unmarried. [NOTE: Stark S. Fiske is found
in the 1870 census of Lisbon, Grafton Co NH with wife Lucinda
P (age 40) and son George L. (age 14); by 1880 Stark has apparently
died, and Lucinda (age 49) and her son George S. Fisk, jeweler,
is found in Lisbon NH; George S. Fisk is listed as a descendant
of Gen. John Stark in the 1890 list (see below).]
6. Susan Stark KIDDER, b 1 June 1821, m. 1853 to Dr. David S.
Palmer of Manchester, who d. 1854. One child, d. in infancy. In
1880 living in Manchester NH, widowed.
Stark (John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1), b. 8 June 1783 in
Dunbarton NH; m. John Goff Moore; he b. abt 1783.
Children of John G. & Emily (Stark) Moore: (may be
1. +John Stark MOORE who m. Lucy Kendall. They had at least
one child, Josephine (Mrs. Albert W. Howe), b. MA, DAR#9617, In
1870 in Danvers MA census, Albert W. Howe (age 38 MA, b abt 1832),
wife Josephine E. (age 29 MA, b. abt 1841), Mary J. Howe (age
17 England, b. 1853), Richard Patten laborer of Nova Scotia, and
Willard Howe (age 69 MA, b abt 1801).
2. +Milton MOORE, born 1806, in Manchester, NH, married
to Abigail Martin of Danvers, MA
3. +Hyman MOORE b. abt 1816-1819 in Manchester NH, and
died 13 Dec 1889 in Waltham MA. He probably married 23 March 1864
in Sciuate MA to Tamozine/Tamazine Cottle of Tisbury, dau of Charles
& Mary (Norton) Cottle. She b. 12 Jul 1840 in Lamberts Cove,
Tisbury MA and d. 6 Mar 1902 in Chicago, Cook Co. IL of tomaine
poisoning. In 1880 living in Mattapoisett, Plymouth Co MA with
wife Tamryin (she age 38 b MA) and children Bertha A (15), Esther
(9 MA) and Minnie (5) MA. By 1894 Mrs. Tamozine (Hyman) Moore
is living on High Street in Hingham MA.
STARK (John-3, General John-2, Archibald-1), b. 26 Jan 1790
in Derryfield NH; d. 16 Apr 1872; m. Sally/Sallie/Sarah Fletcher
Pollard. She b abt 1790; in 1816 built a house on River Road where
he resided until his death;
Children of John & Sarah (Pollard) Stark:
1. Thomas STARK, abt 1820/22 Manchester NH; killed by the falling
of a derrick
2. Elizabeth "Betsey" STARK, b. abt 22-25;remodeled
3. George Stark, b. abt 1826-28
4. David STARK, b. abt 1827
5. Benjamin Franklin STARK, b. abt 1830; m. Harriet Kimball. On
1890 list as being a descendant. In 1860 US Census in Manchester
NH (age 30) with wife Harriet (age 30) and son Burke (age 1, b
abt 1849 in NH). In this census he is a laborer. By 1860 Benjamin
has probably died, and in Manchester his wife Harriet Stark, a
Fanny Burbank (age 77) and son Burk F. Stark (age 11), all b.
NH. In 1880 "Burke" Stark (age 30) single a book dealer
is living with his mother Harriet (age 60) in Manchester NH. In
1887 Burk F. Stark is a baker working at 215 Hanover Street in
Manchester NH and living in a house 609 Pine St, corner Blodgett.
Harriet Stark, widow also lives here. Burke F. Stark died 7
Feb 1888 in Manchester NH, single, occupation baker.
6. Augustus Hodgson Stark, b. 06 NOV 1834 NH; d. 8 Aug 1902; m1)
15 March 1866 in Boston MA to Isabella "Mabel" Buck,
dau of Nathan & Charlotte Buck. She b abt 1846; m2) 17 Dec
1881 at Boston MA to Edith F. Furbish. She b. June 1844 in Maine.
In 1860 living with the family of Philip & Mary Stark in Manchester
NH; In 1870 living in Randoph MA, carriage painter. In 1900 living
in Manchester NH, census states she had no children. SAR member
#7631. From 1890-93, while living in Manchester NH resided on
River road north, near Industrial school (this would be the Stark
homestead); had a carriage shop at 516 Elm Street.
Gilman-4 STARK (John-3, General John-2, Archibald-1) b 6 Aug
1792 in Derryfield NH, d. 26 Mar 1861 m. Nancy Gillis. She b.
abt 1792; in 1850 living in Bedford NH, she d. 1856. He was general
superintendent and manager for the Union Locks and Canal Company.
Children of Frederick G. & Nancy (Gillis) Stark
1. Juliet STARK (Mrs. Henry C. Gillis) second child, d. in 1840.
She married Henry C. Gillis. He b. in NH. He was one of the committee,
which in 1841, was appointed one of a committee to determine whether
an Episcopal church in Manchester might be built.
2. Emma STARK, b. abt 1827 in NH; m. Jacob G. Cilley bef 1850;
He b abt 1815 in NH, and was an insurance agent. She died in 1859.
In 1850 census living in Manchester NH with husband Jacob and
a Lois Fletcher ?. Jacob was in 1853 a director of the Congregational
Society, and he was also a member of the Odd Fellows society in
Manchester NH (Hillsborough Lodge Number 2), Jacob being its third
chief officer (in 1846); he was Second Sergent in the Amoskeag
Veterans; he was one of the first directors of the Manchester
Bank (organized 1845), and the Amoskeag Savings Bank (chartered
1852); he was clerk and treasurer of the Blodget Edge Tool Manufacturing
Company (incorporated 1853); he was one of the first members of
city government (September 8, 1846) as Councilman. In 1839 he
was one of the members of the board of police commissioners. In
1860 in Manchester, no wife or child in household, a Martha C.
Brainard, age 13 is living with him, no relationship shown. She
is probably the Martha B. Cilley found in 1870 census, ?adopted.
In 1870 Jacob G. Cilley is found in Manchester NH, real estate
agent with Martha B. (b abt 1843 in NH) and Harry Cilley (age
8, b. abt 1862 in NH).
3. +George STARK, b 9 April 1823 in Manchester NH
4. William STARK, b abt 1826, died 1873; lawyer; author and poet;
in 1860 living in Manchester NH with his parents, unmarried; in
1870 in McLean Asylum for the Insane in Somerville MA.
STARK (John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. 18 Jan 1795 in
Derryfield NH; d. 3 Aug 1878; m. Sept 1814 to Josiah Gillis [brother
to wife of Frederick G.]. He b. abt 1795.
Children of Josiah & Mary (Stark) Gillis: (had six
1. Catharine K. GILLIS; m. Benjamin Walker. Had at least one ch
Mary Catherine Walker, b. MA
2. +Harriet/Harriott GILLIS; m. Joseph A. Ames
3. +Charles Josiah GILLIS, b. 15 April 1822 at Wilmington
4. +Mary GILLIS, b. abt 1824 in MA
Stark (John-3, Brigadier-General John-2, Archibald-1), b.
17 Jan 1797, d. 12 May 1860; m. John Gamble. He b. 7 Nov 1796.
Received from her grandfather 5 acres of land on the west side
of the River road, adjoining Stark Park on the north. In 1837
they built a house on the River Road piece of land, where they
Children of John & Susan (Stark) Gamble:
1. Elinor/Eleanor GAMBLE, b. 23 Oct 1830; d. 9 Apr 1910?
2. John S. GAMBLE, b. 18 Aug 1832
3. Susan GAMBLE, b. 8 Dec 1834; ?m. Josiah W. Abbott; 1890 list
of descendants shows her surname as "Gamble"
4. Archibald GAMBLE, b. 25 March 1838; d. 31 Jul 1859
Kidder-4 STARK (John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1), b. 9 Apr
1789?/1799; d. 14 Jan 1851; m. Betsey GRIFFIN. She b. 8 Nov 1799.
Received from his grandfather Gen. John Stark land from River
Road north to Rowell street and east to a point 27 rods east of
Union Street. In 1821 Samuel built a house later owned and occupied
by the heirs of Malachi Dodge, and in which house Charles Stark
Children of Samuel & Betsey (Griffin) STARK:
1. Charles STARK, b. 1822; He m bef 1850 to Maria D. --. She b.
abt 1826 in NH. He was a carpenter. In 1850 living in Boscawen
NH. In 1860 living in Concord NH with wife Harriett (age 46),
dau Louisa (age 19) and Frank L. (age 18) along with Edna S. Dow
2. Harriett STARK, b. abt 1822 NH; in 1880 living in Concord NH
with mother, age 59, single
3. Jerome STARK, b. b. abt 1825 in NH, carpenter. Married Rosamond/Rosemond
--. She b abt 1834 in VT. Had children: Mortimer L., b abt 1855
4. +John Francis STARK, b. Dec 1827 in NH; d. July 22,
1901; m. Juliet Hoyt.
5. Amanda M. STARK, b. abt 1829; m. William P. Burpee. He b. abt
1821 in NH; In 1860 William & Amanada residing in Boston MA.
His occupation is "Provisions," no children at this
6. Sarah STARK, who m. Capt. Benjamin Richardson (as his 1st wife).
He was b. 5 Apr 1820, son of Benjamin & Mary (Gott) Richardson.
He m2) 1845 to Hannah Murphy and had children by his 2nd wife.
Unknown if any children were born by Sarah Stark Burpee.
F.M.-4 STARK (John-3 Gen John-2, Archibald-1), b. 26 Aug 1801
in Derryfield NH; d. 18 Aug 1873; m. Fannie Kimball. She b. abt
1801; inherited his grandfather's homestead. This house was destroyed
by fire in the winter of 1865-66.
Only child of Charles F.M. & Fannie (Kimball) STARK:
1. +Augusta STARK, b. abt 1842 in NH; m. William M.Whittemore.
G.-4 STARK (John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1), b. 12 Aug 1804/6
in Derryfield NH; d. 28 Jan 1856; m. Susan W. Russell of Manchester
NH. She b. 3 March 1811 in NH. In 1850 living in Manchester NH;
In 1860 Susan living in Manchester NH; In 1880 US Census, widow
Susan W. STARK living in Manchester NH with her daughters, Mary
& Samantha and their children. Albert & Susan reportedly
had 9 children.
Children of Albert G. & Susan W. (Russell) Stark: [of 9 children]
1. Samantha R. STARK, b. abt 1831 in NH; m. Jacob Ordway; In 1860
married and living with her mother; In 1870 US Census living next
door to her mother in 1880 living with her mother and has son
Edward S. [b. abt 1863]
2. +Frederick G. STARK, b. 2 March 1834 in Manchester NH
3. Josiah H.STARK, b abt 1836 in NH, living with mother in Manchester
NH in 1870 US Census, machinist, two children, William (8) and
Josephine (6) possibly his children.
4. Levi B. STARK, b abt 1838 in NH; in 1860 Census living with
his mother in Manchester NH; 1890 "descendants" list
shows him residing in Tangipahoa, La.
5. Mary F. STARK, b. abt 1842 in NH; m. William MAYNE/MANN, who
was b. abt 1838 in NH, shoemaker, and had ch: Albert S., b abt
1862 and Elsie A., b abt 1879 [Elsie is listed as "great-granddau"
of Susan, so ? dau of Albert]. Husband shown in 1860 US census
as William Mann, in later census Mary's surname shown as "Mayne."
In 1870 living in Manchester NH with mother Susan, sibling Josiah
and son Albert, but surname is Stark. In 1890 on "descendants"
list living in Frenchtown, MT
6. Susan Augusta STARK, b. abt 1846 in NH; living with mother
in 1860; single in 1890
7. James A. STARK, b. abt 1848 in NH
1880 U.S. Census - Manchester NH - Dutton Street
Stark, Susan W W F 68 keeps house NH NH NH
Mayne, Mary F. W F 37 dau at home NH NH NH
Mayne, Albert S., W M 18 grandson, laborer NH NH NH
Mayne, Elsie A., W F age 1, Great dgrand dau NH NH NH
Ordway, Samantha W F age 47 daughter nurse NH NH NH
Ordway, Ed S. W M 17 grand son, Printer's Devil NH NH NH
Stark, Wm H. W M 18 grandson Machinist
Stark, Josie A. W F 17 granddau at school NH NH NH
STARK (John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1), b. 14 Feb 1807 in
Manchester NH, d. 1 June 1859; m. 1830 in Boston MA to Mary Nelson
Sayward, dau of Henry & Mary (Nelson) Sayward of Newburyport
MA. She b. 16 Feb 1805 in MA. He prob. died by 1860, as he is
not found in that census in South Danvers MA with his wife and
Children of Caleb & Mary N. (Sayward) Stark:
1. Caleb STARK, b. 17 Nov 1831 in Boston MA
2. Kirk STARK, b. 5 May 1833 in Danvers,Essex Co MA; m. Josephine/Josie
S. --; she b. abt 1846 in NH; in 1850 living with parents in Salem
MA, occupation, "stabler." In 1860 living with mother
in S. Danvers MA, occupation, "soap boiler." In 1870
& 1880 living in Lynn, MA with his wife "Josie,"
and his occupation is "paper hanger," no children by
1880; in 1890 "of Salem MA"
3. Margaret E. STARK, b. 17 July 1835 in Essex Co MA . In 1890
"of Salem MA"
4. +Nelson STARK, b. 1841 in MA
STARK (John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1), b. 3 Oct 1809; d.
7 Sep 1906; m. 31 Dec 1834 to Albert G. ROBIE, son of Samuel &
Deborah (Moore) Roby He b. 1 Jan 1806 in Goffstown NH. He resided
on the homestead of his father until about 1867 when he disposed
of his holdings in Goffstown and removed to Manchester NH. Was
a prominent citizen of the town and held the office of selectman,
represented the town in the General Court, was a practical farmer
and a farmer. He d. 27 July 1886 in Manchester, NH.
Children of Albert G. & Louisa (STARK) Robie:
1. Solon S. ROBIE, b. 6 Aug 1837 in Goffstown NH; m. Laura S.
Stuart. She b. 1 Feb 1831 and d. 11 Oct 1862. He was a doctor
of dental science, practiced his profession in the city of Boston
MA where he resided until his death. In 1890 living/office at
12 Huntington Ave/4 Pomeroy in Boston; apparently had no children
2. Lavina ROBIE, b 1841, d. 1845
3. +Royal H. ROBIE, b. 5 Aug 1845 in Goffstown; m1) Nellie
A. Balch; m2) Clara Hale
STICKNEY (Mary/Molly-3 STARK, General John-2, Archibald-1),
b. 31 Aug 1803 in Pembroke NH; m. 4 March 1830 in Greenfield OH
to Matilda Jane Bassell, she b. 20 May 1814 in Essex NJ. She b.
20 May 1814 in Essex Co. NJ.; In 1880 U.S. census living in Toledo
OH next door to his son Stark.
Children of One & Matilda J. (Bassell) STICKNEY:
1. Virturia STICKNEY, b. 3 June 1842; d. 30 May 1863
2. +Malcolm STICKNEY, b. 10 Apr 1847 in Toledo OH
3. +Stark STICKNEY, b. 12 Sep 1854
STICKNEY (Mary/Molly-3 STARK, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) was
b. 23 May 1808 NH ; m1) 25 Sep 1831 in Port Lawrence Twp, MI to
Milton Dorwin WHITNEY. He b 22 Sep 1805 in Pittsfield MA, and
died by 1841. She m2) 28 Jan 1841 in Toledo OH to Simeon C. GREEN(E).
He and his family are shown in the 1840 census of Port Lawrence,
Lucas Co. Ohio. In 1850 Mary is living in Washington Ohio, but
her children are living in Whiteford Michigan with Joel Green.
1850 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Lucas > Washington
Erastus Cone 48 M Farmer Conn
Mary Ann Cone 47 F Mass
Noah A. Cone 19 M Farmer Ohio
Ambrose Cone 22 M Farmer Ohio
Lafinia Cone 16 F NY
Sarah Cone 13 F NY
--living next door--
Mary Green 42 F New Hampshire [b abt 1808]
Frances M. Green 16 F. Ohio [b abt 1834]
Milton A. Green 13 M Ohio [b abt 1837]
1850 United States Federal Census > Michigan > Monroe >
Joel Green 60 M Farmer 2000 Mass [b abt 1790 Mass]
Irene L. Green 26 F b Mass [b abt 1824 Mass]
Simeon Green 9 M Mass
1860 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Lucas > Washington
Mary Green 51 F Farm Owner 500/150 NH
Fanny Whitney 25 F 4000 Ohio
Milton A. Whitney 22 M 4000/450 Ohio
Simeon F. Green 17 M Ohio
Catharine Lentz 24 F House Serveant Germany
Theodore Lentz 2/12 M Michigan
[living next door to Erastus Cone family]
Children of Milton D. & Mary (STICKNEY) WHITNEY:
1. Olive Louise WHITNEY, b. 25 Sep 1831 in Port Lawrence Twp,
2. +Harriet WHITNEY, b. 31 Aug 1832 in Port Lawrence Twp,
Michigan; married by 1860 to Ambrose CONE, son of Erastus &
Mary Ann Cone. He b. abt 1828 in Ohio.
3. +Frances Mary "Fanny" WHITNEY, b. 2 Sep 1834
in Port Lawrence Twp, Michigan; m. Ambrose CONE widow of her sister,
as his 2d wife.
4. Milton A. WHITNEY, b. 22 July 1837 in Port Lawrence Twp. Michigan
Children of Simeon C. & Mary (STICKNEY) GREEN: (may
1. Simeon F. GREEN, b. 12 July 1842 in Washington Twp, OH; In
1870 living in Washington, Lucas Co OHIO with wife Emily. In 1910
he was living in Painesville, Lake Co OH. He married Emma/Emily
H. --. She b abt 1843 in Ohio (fa from CT, mo fr Ohio). The 1910
census shows she had 4 children. One daughter, Irene E. age 38
single b. Ohio living with them, a teacher in the public schools.
2. Irene GREEN, b. in Toledo OH, b abt 1824 Mass DAR#62554 [NOTE:
Irene could not have been the dau of Mary Stickney, may have been
the dau of Simeon Green from a previous marriage.]
NOTE: Charles Green and Whitney Green shown below as descendants
are probably from this line.
STICKNEY (Mary/Molly-3 STARK, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) was
b. 16 Apr 1810 in Bow NH and d. 9 July 1862 in Manhatten OH; m.
6 Aug 1854 in Vienna, Michigan to Lovina Cone.
Children of Two & Lovina (Cone) STICKNEY:
1. Dorcas Franklin STICKNEY, b. 28 Aug 1857; d. 1 Oct 1857
2. Anthony Summers STICKNEY, b. 1 March 1859
STICKNEY (Mary/Molly-3 STARK, Gen John-2, Archibaldl-1) b.
16 Jan 1817; m. 10 May 1835 in Monroe Co, Michigan to Platt Card.
He b. 14 Jan 1801 in Herkimer Co NY, son of William & Hannah
(Mumford) Card; She d. 16 Jan 1845. In 1860 U.S. Census living
in Toledo, Lucas Co OH
Children of Platt & Indiana (STICKNEY) CARD [may be more
1. +Benjamin Franklin "Frank" CARD, b. 10 Sep
1841 in Manhatten OH; m. Margaret Henderson.
[Reportedly Platt Card had other wives and children, not reported
here as they are not Stark descendants]
BABSON (Ellen/Eleanor-3 STARK, Maj. Gen. John-2, Archibald-1)
b 1793 in NH m. Benjamin HOIT/HOITT, son of Thomas & Hannah
(Stevens) Hoit. He m2) -- Twomley. lived in Barnstead NH; had
12 children in all.
Children of Benjamin & Mehitable (Babson) HOIT:
1. +Ellen HOITT , b abt 1817 m. Joshua B. Merrill of Barnstead
NH. He b abt 1812 in NH. In 1860 living in Concord NH with children
Lyman (age 17 b abt 1843), and Frank (age 4), and also sister
Sarah A. Hoit (age 27, tailoress) In 1870 living in concord NH
with son Frank B. (age 14, b. abt 1856 in NH). In 1880 living
in Concord, Merrimack Co NH
2. Charlotte HOITT , b. abt 1818-1820 in NH; m. Calvin Sanborn.
He b abt 1808 in NH and was a millwright. In 1860 & 1870 residing
in Barnstead NH. In 1880 census of Barnstead NH where brother
Thomas L. Hoitt and family is residing with her.
3. John Stark HOITT, b abt 1821 in NH; m. Fanny P. Woodhouse,
prob. dau of James L. & Abigail P. Woodhouse of Barnstead
NH. She b bt 1829 in NH; lived in Barnstead NH. In 1860 census
living in Barnstead NH with husband, no ch in household.
4. Henriette/Henrietta HOITT b. Apr 1823 m. T. Frederick Warland,
or N. Woburn MA. He b. abt 1820 in NH; in 1860 residing in Woburn,
Middlesex Co MA, his occupation "currier;" 1900 she
residing Barnstead NH, a widow, census shows 0 children, 0 living
(so no issue)
5. Harriet Newell HOIT b. abt 1825 m. Hiram Rand, of Barnstead
NH. He b Apr 1827 in NH. In 1860 census living in Barnstead NH
with dau Anne F. (b abt 1852 in NH) and son John S. (b abt 1856
in NH) In 1870 US Census living in Barnstead NH with son John
S. Rand. Harriet d. bef 1900 as in that census Hiram Rand of Barnstead
is shown a widow.
6. Thomas Lewis HOITT, b. abt 1830 in NH; trader at Salmon Falls
NH; in 1880 census living in Barnstead, Belknap Co NH with sister
Charlotte. He married Martha --. She b. abt 1838 in Maine. They
had child Etta B b. abt 1876 in MA. Thomas was on the committee
for the "Barnstead Reunion" celebrated August 30, 1882.
7. Elizabeth Frances "Fanny" HOITT, b. abt 1832 in NH/ME
m. John Johnson, of North Berwick Me. In 1880 living in N. Berwick
ME, no children in household.
8. Sarah A. Babson HOITT, b. 24 July 1834 (or May 1837 according
to 1900 census) in NH, and d. 21 Sep 1906 in Denver Colorado;
in 1870 living with her sister Ellen in Concord NH, single, tailoress.
She m in 1867 to Augustus Hiram THOMPSON. He b Sep 1811 in St.
Stephen Parish, Carlotte, New Brunswick Canada and d. 1886. They
were living in New Brunswick about 1890. The "St. Croix Courier"
reported twice, First on 21 Oct 1897:"Mrs A. H. Thompson
left on Monday evening for Barnstead New Hampshire, where she
will visit relatives for a short time before returning to her
home in Denver Colorado."; and secondly on the death of Mrs.
A.H. Thompson: "The death of Mrs A. H. Thompson, briefly
mentioned last week, following a severe attach of heart troulble
two months ago and from she never recovered, Sarah Babson Hoitt
was born July 24, 1834, and was the great-grand daughter of General
John Stark of revolutionary fame. In 1867 she was married to A.
H. Thompson, of St. Stephen, who died in 1886. In 1894 Mrs. Thompson
removed to Denver Colorado, where she had since made her home
with Thomas A(lexander) Irvin, her death occuring on September
21. By her request her remains were cremated at Denver and the
ashes now repose with friends in New Hampshire." In 1900
census living in Clear Creek, Colorado with "foster son"
Irvin, an attorney (he b. July 1869 in Canada). At that time the
census shows she had no children of her own.
9. Horace HOITT, b. abt 1841 in NH; In 1860 living in household
of Sylvester & Sarah Edgerly, a farm laborer
CAMERON (Elizabeth-3 Stark, Gen John-2 Stark, Archibald-1),
b. 28 Sep 1800, came to maturity during the years of his father's
reverses, engaged in business with great energy; farmer and drover,
accumulated large holdings of land; colonel in the militia, and
town rep 1846, 1861; gave his children a good education and a
financial start in life; he m1) 19 Dec 1833, Jane Gray, dau of
William & Isabel (Roben) Gray. She b. 27 March 1814, d 6 Apr
1860. He m2) Martha C. (Dole) widow of David Nelson of Danville
VT. He retired from business and removed to McIndoes Falls, where
he d. 17 May 1875.
Children of John & Jane (Gray) Cameron:
1. William G. CAMERON b 1835/36 in Ryegate VT; d. Audubon Iowa
1890, NO CHILDREN
2. Elizabeth S. CAMERON, b 1837 in Ryegate VT, m. Capt Frank Williams;
res. San Francisco. NO CHILDREN
3. Isabel R. CAMERON, b. 1839 in Ryegate VT, d. Marysville CA
4. +John Stark CAMERON, b. 28 March 1841 in Ryegate VT;
served 4 months during the Civil War, Dartmouth Cavalry, 7th Squadron,
RI Cavalry; m. 4 Jan 1876 to Sarah H. Palmer.
CAMERON (Elizabeth-3 Stark, Gen John-2 Stark, Archibald-1),
b. 12 July 1802 in Ryegate, Caledonia Co VT, d. 15 Nov 1876; m.
27 Nov 1822 in Caledonia Co VT to Alexander Harvey Esq., son of
Col. Alexander & Janet (Brock) Harvey. He b. 31 Jan 1791 in
Barnet, Caledonia Co VT; an attorney; was high sheriff of Caledonia
Co VT in 1843.
Children of ALexander & Elizabeth (Cameron) HARVEY:
1. Alexander Whitlaw HARVEY, b. 3 Dec 1827 in Barnet, VT; d. 4
March 1875; m. Eliza Ripley Coit, dau of George & Hannah (Townsend)
Coit, b. 23 June 1832 in NY and died 10 July 1890; lawyer; In
1860 US census living in Buffalo, Erie Co NY with wife Maria,
dau Eliza/Bessie Coit (b 8 Dec 1855 NY, d 5 Apr 1891) and son
Alexander W. (b 28 March 1859, d 26 Sep 1902 NY).
2. +Elizabeth Stark HARVEY, b. 30 Dec 1830 in Ryegate VT;
m. Frank Coburn Bill. The Bill family had at least one child,
Mary Bill, b in Cambridge MA; m. Elner H. Bright, DAR # 33788
3. George Newel HARVEY b 30 June 1829 in Ryegate VT; d. 17 Aug
1862 in Washington DC; was a major in the Union Army under Col.
4. Lewis Henry HARVEY b 20 Dec 1832 in Ryegate VT; d. 14 July
1840 in Ryegate VT
5. Edwin HARVEY b 22 March 1835 in Ryegate VT; d. 10 Apr 1863
6. Caroline H. HARVEY b 9 March 1837 in Peacham VT; m. 30 June
1868 to Rev. Ephraim/Epheriam Abbott. He b. 20 Sep 1840 in Concord
NH. She d. 9 Oct 1916. He d. 19 Aug 1919 in California. He graduated
Dartmouth College in 1862, Andover Theological Seminar in 1867.
Principal of McIndoes Academy 1863-65; Pastor at Meriden NH 1868-72;
Pastor at Newport NH 1874-84; at Cedar Rapids IA 1884-88.
7. Isabella HARVEY b 23 Dec 1823 Vermont; m. 24 Oct 1843 in Barnet,
VT to Rev. David Bullions. He b abt 1818 in NY. In 1850 they were
residing in Jackson, Washington Co. NY with 2 children, Lois (age
4) and Mary (age 1).
Jefferson/"Jeffie"-4 CAMERON (Elizabeth-3 Stark,
Brig-Gen John-2 Stark, Archibald-1), b 13 March 1804 in Ryegate
VT; d. 8 Feb 1844. She m. 5 Jan 1824 to Jacob Blanchard. He b.
7 Oct 1789. He m2) 6 June 1846 to Myra Jerusha Cowles. She b 8
Children of Jacob & T. Jefferson (Cameron) Blanchard:
1. Mary BLANCHARD, b. 23 Oct 1824 in Peacham VT; d 27 Dec 1841
2. John BLANCHARD, b. 1 Nov 1826 in Peacham VT; d. 12 Nov 1826
in Peacham VT
3. +John Cameron BLANCHARD, b 18 Aug 1827 in Peacham VT;
served in the army in the civil war; m. 28 Oct 1858 to Abbie Staples;
had 11 children.
4. +Enoch BLANCHARD, b. 4 July 1830 in Peacham VT
5. Elizabeth Stark BLANCHARD, b. 18 Aug 1832 in Peacham VT; d.
20 Nov 1845
6. Nathaniel BLANCHARD, b. 13 March 1835 in Peacham VT; d. 24
Nov 1864 in Osceola, IL; served 3-1/2 yrs in the 13th and 27th
Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War
7. Jane/Jean Gray BLANCHARD, b. 11 July 1836 in Peacham VT; d.
11 Feb 1842
8. +Flora Merrill BLANCHARD, b. 2 Aug 1840 in Peacham VT;
d. 16 Aug 1886; m. 2 Oct 1871 to Jacob Trussell, Esq.
Children of Jacob & Myra J. (Cowles) Blanchard:
9. Lewis Harvey BLANCHARD, b 20 Aug 1847, d. 24 May 1869 Peacham
10. Edmund Cowles BLANCHARD, b 12 Oct 1849 in Peacham VT; d 08
Mar 1900 Peacham VT.
CAMERON (Elizabeth-3 Stark, Brig-Gen John-2 Stark, Archibald-1)
b. 1811 in Ryegate VT; m. Susan Gould Farrington, dau of Thomas
& Susan (Gould) Farrington. She b. 21 Apr 1807 in Walden VT.
She had married 1st) 9 Oct 1839 in Walden VT to Sherlock VINCENT.
; From 1840-1860 living in Walden, Caledonia Co. VT, Farmer. Uz
died by 1870 when Susan is living in Walden VT with son Lewis
and daughter Elvira. In 1880 Susan is living in Walden VT with
son Lewis W. Uz received a pension from Civil War Service, i.e.
G7 Rhode Island Infantry
Children of Uz & Susan (Farrington) Cameron:
1. George W. CAMERON, b. abt 1834; d. 18 Feb 1844, age 10.
2. Uz CAMERON, b abt 1836; d. 1 Feb 1837 age 1 yr.
3. Thomas N. CAMERON, b. abt 1839 in VT
4. +Lewis CAMERON, b. March 1843 in VT
5. Susan E. CAMERON, b. abt 1844 in VT, d. 05 Apr 1873 in Cabot,
VT; m. Hector Fulton, Britt, son of Jason & Elizabeth Britt.
He b. 14 Dec 1835 in Cabot, Washington Co. VT. He d. 8 Feb 1899
in Boston MA. In 1870 Census living in Cabot VT with child, Wilbur
G. Britt (aka Guy Wilbur Britt, b. 29 Oct 1867 in Vermont, and
d. 24 Oct 1956 in Los Angeles, California. Guy married Minnie
F. --. She b. abt 1866. In 1930 US Census living in Los Angeles
6. Eugene CAMERON, b. abt 1846 in VT
7. Martha J. "Jenny" CAMERON, b. abt 1848 in VT
8. Elvira J. CAMERON, b. abt 1850 in VT
Stark-4 DICKEY (Sophia-3 Stark, Brigadier-General John-2,
Archibald-1) b. 7 Nov 1824; d.5 June 1908; m. 23 Nov 1845 at N.
Reading MA to Warren Augustus CAMPBELL. He b. 1823 in MA.
Children of Warren A. & Charlotte S. (Dickey) CAMPBELL:
1. +Sarah Frances CAMPBELL, b. 7 March 1848 in N. Reading
MA; m. 30 Jun3 1870 in Center, Strafford NH to James Edwin Gerrish,
son of Samuel & Martha (Allard) Gerrish.
2. Clara E. b 1858 in N. Reading MA
STARK (John/Jonathan-3, Archibald-2, Archibald-1) b. 19 Sep
1797 in NH; m. 27 Dec 1825, Betsey Cunningham, dau of Alexander
and Jane Cunningham; He d. 19 Dec 1860; she died 1863 in Bow NH.
They resided in Bow, Merrimack Co. NH.
1850 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Merrimack
> Bow > 1
Archibald Stark 53 M Farmer 7000 NH
Betsey Stark 52 F NH
Julia F. Stark 21 F NH
Helene M. Stark 20 F NH
Nancy Stark 13 F NH
Josephus Stark 18 M Farmer
John Stark 77 M Farmer
Betsey Stark 79 F NH
U.S. Census > 1860 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire
> Merrimack > Bow
Archibald Stark 62 M Farmer 30,000/2000 NH
Betsy Stark 61 F NH
Julia Stark 30 F NH
Hellen Stark 29 F NH
Nancy Stark 22 F NH
1870 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Merrimack
Stark, Betsey 72 F W Keeping House 4000/1400 NH
Stark, Julia F. 41 F W Tailoress 2000/600 NH
Stark, Helen M. 39 F W at home 1800 NH
Hammilton, Henry S. 36 M W Painter 3500/400 England
Hammilton, Nancy C. 30 F W Keeping House NH
Hammilton, Arther B. 7 M W NH
Hammilton, Helen M 5 F W NH
---living next door--
Gordon, John S. 60 M W Farmer 400 Maine
Gordon, Susan 59 F W Keeping House NH
Gordon, Joseph H. 17 M W working on farm NH
Gordon, Mary S. 12 F W attending School NH
1880 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Merrimack
> Bow > District 162
Henry S. Hamilton M W 46 Printer England England England
Nancy C. Hamilton F W 42 wife keeping house NH NH NH
Arthur S. Hamilton W M 17 son works on farm NH England NH
Hellen M. Hamilton W F 15 dau at school NH England NH
Mary E. Hamilton W F 4 dau NH England NH
Julia F. Stark W F 51 sister in law at home NH NH NH
1900 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough
> Manchester Ward 2 > District 92
Hamilton, Henry S. Head W M July 1833 66 married 38 yrs Eng Eng
Eng immigra 1854, naturalized, printer
Hamilton, Nancy C. wife W F Oct 1837 62 married 38 yrs 4 ch 3
living NH NH NH
Hamilton, Arthur S. son W M June 1863 36 married 5 yrs NH England
Hamilton Ella M. daughter in law, W F Sept 1875 24 married 5 yrs
1 ch 1 living NY NY NY
Hamilton, Harold B. grandson W M May 1896 4 single NH NH NY
Bernell, Adeline M. niece W F Apr 1874 26 single England England
England imm 1893 (7 yrs res) Trimer cloth room
1910 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough
> Manchester Ward 2 > District 124
Hamilton, Arthur L. Head M W 46 m1x 15 yrs NH Eng NH painter,
Hamilton, Ella M. wife F W 34 m1x 15 yrs 1 ch 1 living NY NY NY
Hamilton, Harold B son M W 13 single NH NH NY
Hamilton, Henry L. father M W 76 widow Eng Eng Eng imm 1854 naturalized
printer, print shop
Children of Archibald & Betsey (Cunningham) Stark [may
1. Julia F. Stark, b. 25 May 1829 in NH, d. 1 Apr 1901 in Manchester
NH, unmarried; in 1880 single and living with her sister Nancy
2. Helene "Hellen" M. Stark, b. abt 1830 in NH; d. 28
Nov 1878 in Manchester, NH, unmarried.
3. Nancy Stark, b. abt Oct 1837 in NH; m. Henry S. Hamilton and
resided in Bow, Merrimack Co NH. He born abt July 1833 in England.
Children by 1880 include Arthur, Hellen M., and Mary E. In 1900
living in Manchester NH. Nancy died by 1920 when her husband is
shown in the Manchester NH census, a widow. The
History of Merrimack Co NH [Bow] states that Henry S. Hamilton
was a member of the Third NH Regiment during the Civil War, a
"first-class musician, served from August 26, 1861 to August
31, 1862, in the band."
?Joseph(us) Stark, b. July 1832, shown in 1850 US census in Archibald
& Betsey's household in Bow NH, out of sequence for children,
so unsure if this is a son or other relative. This Joseph Stark
married, and had a family in Montana.
Stark (Lieut. John or Jonathan-3 STARK, Archibald-2, Archibald-1),
b. 15 Apr 1806; m. 20 Sep 1832, Rebecca Murray, b. in Conway 11
March 1807; She d. 22 Jan 1894 in Goffstown NH. Resided in Manchester
NH and afterwards at Goffstown Centre, until his death 28 Aug
Children of Robert & Rebecca (Murray) Stark, all b. in
1. John M. STARK, b 1833; served in the War of the Rebellion [Civil
War[ in Co. C., 2nd Regiment; also Co K. 7th Regiment, N.H. Volunteer
Infantry. He d. 1 Jan 1885 at the National Soldier's Home in Togus,
2. +Jane/Jennie STARK, b. 31 Oct 1835; m. Albert Hills
3. Edwin STARK, b. 1838; served during the Civil War in 1st N.H.
Volunteer Light Battery; d. 20 nov 1868 in Goffstown NH; unmarried
4. Reuben STARK, b. 1842; d. 8 Jan 1854
5. Samuel A. STARK, b. 1845; served during the Civil War in Co.
C., 2nd Regiment, N.H. Volunteers; also Co. H, 1st Regiment NH
Volunteer Cavalry. He d. at the National Soldier's Home at Fort
6. William P. STARK, b 1849; was in business as a blacksmith in
Goffstown NH until about 1875, when he went west.
Jane-4 Stark (Lieut. John or Jonathan-3 STARK, Archibald-2,
Archibald-1) SEE RODNEY GOVE-4 STARK
STARK (Lieut John/Jonathan, Archibald-2, Archibald-1) b. 2
Aug 1812 in Goffstown NH; m. Mary J. T. Bush [intentions 8 Aug.
1835 Springfield MA, cert. Aug 29]. She b. abt 1813 in Chester,
NH. Living in Bedford NH in 1850 census, and in Manchester NH
in 1860 US Census. He probably m2) 24 Nov 1864 in Concord NH to
A.B. Rix (2nd marriage for both), She b. abt 1822 in Boston MA.
In 1870 Philip is living alone in Nashua NH a clerk in a freight
Children of Philip & Mary T. (Bush) STARK:
1. Chandler Holmes Stark b abt 1836/37 Mass, painter; He is living
in 1850 & 1860 in NH. In 1870 I find a Chandler H. Stark [the
name is indexed as phalmer h stark] occupation "Grainer"
which probably should read Painter, with wife "Katy"
(b abt 1846 CT) and a son "Haddy P." age 1 born in Ohio,
along with a domestic servant, and a boarder, Harvey Norris, age
34, Engineer, b. Conn.). Possibly Harvey is a relative to Katy.
I do not find him in any census after that and suspect "Haddy"
is a nickname. [Note son of Chandler & Amelia (Tyler) Stark:
Hadley P. Stark, b. 25 Apr 1870 in Toledo, Ohio; m. 21 Feb 1901
in Boston MA to Mrs. Ruth B. (Gillis) Goudey, a widow, dau of
William & Maria (Mitchell) Gillis.
2. John P. Stark, b. abt 1839 MA
3. Ann L. Stark, b. abt 1842 MA
4. Clara J. Stark, b. 28 Nov. 1843 Springfield MA, and d. 18 May
1870 in Salem MA of consumption; she m. John O. Rust, son of John
& Susan (West) Rust. who was b. Louisville KY, and d. 29 Mar
1903 in Beverly MA. He married 2) 20 Jul 1872 to Sarah E. Pray
in Lynn MA. Child: Henry F. Rust, b. 1869, d. 5 Nov 1898 Danvers
5. Hannah J. Stark, b abt 1846 MA
6. Mary A. Stark, b abt 1851 MA
H.-4 Stark (James-3, Archibald-2, Archibald-1) b. 1818, and
d. 29 Dec 1891 in Bedford NH; m. 23 Nov 1843 to Clarinda N. Flanders
of Hopkinton NH. She b. 14 March 1820 and d. 12 March 1912 in
Child of Patrick & Clarina N. (Flanders) Stark:
1. +Mary E. STARK, b. 22 Jan 1852 in Hopkinton NH; m. Charles
Franklin Cunningham-4 EMERSON (Elizabeth/Betsey-3 STARK, Archibald-2,
Archibald-1) b. at Haverhill NH, 28 Feb 1815; He entered the junior
class of Dartmouth College and received the degree of A.B. with
the class of 1838. Read law and settled at Brownsville IND. Became
Judge of Probate, Judge of Court of Common Pleas in 1856, 1868
and 1872-3. Meantime he had served as 2d Lieut in the 3d Dragoons,
USA in 1848. In the War of the Rebellion [Civil War] he was appointed
Colonel of the 67th Indiana Volunteers; was wounded at Arkansas
Post January 11, 1863, and again at Mansfield LA April 8, 1864;
Was discharged for disability, Sept. 30, 1864. He died at Brownsville
Ind., January 26, 1894.
Chase-4 EMERSON (Elizabeth/Betsey-3 STARK, Archibald-2, Archibald-1)
born at Haverhill NH 7 Nov 1816; married at Eaton, OH, 30 Jan
1840, Eleanor, dau of Matthew and Temperance L. (Kendrick) McWhinney,
born in Preble County OH, June 6, 1821; died at Muncie Indiana
8 Oct 1908. He was educated in New England schools and went West
with two school friends, Jackson and Bixby in his early manhood.
He settled at West Florence, Preble Co OH, as a school teacher.
Established a Debating Society in connection with school work.
He served in the Civil War as Paymaster with rank of Major, from
February 6, 1864, till honorable discharged 1 Nov 1866. He died
at Muncie Indiana 3 Nov 1890.
1880 United States Federal Census > Indiana > Delaware >
Muncie > District 184
Warren C. Emerson 64 W M owns lumber mill NH NH NH
Nellie Emerson 59 W F wife keeping house Ohio ?Texas ?Texas
Allie N. Emerson 19 W F 18 dau Indiana NH Ohio [b abt 1862]
Ella Emerson 17 W F dau at school Ohio NH Ohio [b abt 1863]
Ola Emerson 10 W F 10 grand dau at school Ohio Ohio Ohio [b abt
Cora E. Emerson 7 W F grand dau at school Indiana Ohio Ohio
Joeallie Brown 19 W F servant Ohio Ind VA
Children of Warren C. & Eleanor (McWhinney) EMERSON:
1. +Elizabeth EMERSON, m. John Fudge
2. Joseph EMERSON, b. 8 Dec 1842; a broker
3. Matthew EMERSON (twin) b 8 Dec 1842; in the lumber trade
4. Temperance EMERSON, m. 25 Dec 1878 A.C. MORSE who d. at Butte,
Montana 22 Feb 1901
5. Frances EMERSON, d. in May 1850, ae 4 yrs
6. Emmeretta EMERSON, m. 25 May 1879, Albert W. WILLIAMS
7. Thomas Martin EMERSON, b. in 1851; became president of the
Atlantic Coast Railway, residing at Wilmington, N.C.; was a man
of great executive ability. He d. 25 Nov 1913.
8. Charles EMERSON, born in Butler county, Ohio, March 9, 1853;
directory publisher, Muncie, Indiana, and real estate dealer;
November 14, 1881, to Miss Maggie M. Houston, of Greensboro, N.
C., and this union has been blessed by the birth of one child,
William C. [Emerson]. In the spring of 1873, when, by the advice
of his physician, he went south, locating at Nashville, Tenn.,
where he was engaged by the Howe Sewing Machine company to travel
and establish agencies throughout eastern Tennessee until the
fall of 1873, when he went to Savannah, Ga., and engaged with
the New York Publishing company in publishing city, county and
state directories, remaining with the company for one year. He
then engaged in the directory publishing business for himself,
and has published directories throughout eleven different states,
gaining a national reputation as a competent and painstaking publisher.
In 1886 he accepted a position with the Singer Manufacturing company
as manager at Richmond, Va., which position he held until 1889,
when he again engaged in the directory business and continued
until February 1, 1892. He then came to Muncie, Indiana, and under
the firm name of Lyons & Emerson opened an office in the real
estate and loan business, which firm is now considered one of
the leading real estate firms of the city.
9. Mary Alice Chase EMERSON, d. umn 11 June 1914
10. Horace Mann Emerson, b. Nov 1859 in Ohio. In 1900 and 1910
living in Wilmington, Hanover Co NC. He married 10 Jan 1883 in
Wilmington NC to Jane Savage Parsley. She b. July 1865 in North
Carolina, dau of William Murdock and Elizabeth Hallis (Nutt) Parsley).
He d. 1906. They had children born in North Carolina including:
(1) Horace Mann Emerson (b Oct 1883), William Parsley Emerson
(b 22 Feb 1886), Elise Emerson (b Sep 1888), Alan C. Emerson (b
Apr 1893), Janie Emerson (b Jan 1897) and Omander Emerson (b Jan
11. Effie EMERSON, m. J.G.
STARK (James-3, Archibald-2, Archibald-1) born in Hopkinton
NH abt 1810; practiced medicine in Dover NH in 1832; went to St.
Louis Mo. in 1833 and practiced until his death 24 Apr 1878 .
He is found in 1850 US Census in St. Louis MO; in census with
wife Rachel (age 30 so b abt 1820), son Charles age 7 (so b abt
1843 in MO) and dau Julia age 4 (so b abt 1846). At this time
they were staying at a boarding house. At the time of his death
he resided at 1421 Pine St. in St. Louis MO.
S. GAMBLE (Archibald-4 GAMBLE, Archibald-3 GAMBLE,
Anna-2 STARK, Archibald-1), b abt 1835 in NH (prob Manchester);
m. 16 Aug 1865 in Manchester NH to John C. Head, son of Nathaniel
& Lydia (Wason) Head. He was b. abt 1816.
Children of John C. & Caroline S. (Gamble) Head:
1. Natt Head, b abt 1871 NH; he married 20 May 1890 in Manchester
NH to Annie B. McDonald, dau of Matthew & Delia McDonald.
Had dau Marjorie/Margery Head, b. 25 Aug 1896 in Goffstown NH.
2. Caroline E. "Carrie" Head, b. 12 May 1872 NH; d.
17 Apr 1932 Manchester NH; single, school teacher.
Stark-5 GAMBLE (John Stark-4 GAMBLE, Archibald-3 GAMBLE,
Anna-2 STARK, Archibald-1), b. 18 Aug 1832; d. 18 Jun 1895 Manchester
NH; married 16 Nov 1851 in Manchester NH to Mary G. Howe, dau
of David H. & Mary (Knights) Howe. John served during the
Civil War, 1st Regiment NH Heavy Artillery. Mary died 15 Feb 1912
in Manchester NH.
Child of John S. & Mary J. (Howe) Gamble:
1. +Charles H.-6 Gamble, b. Nov 1852, Manchester NH
Archibald-5 CURTICE (Margaret-4 GAMBLE, Archibald-3 GAMBLE,
Anna-2 STARK, Archibald-1), b. Danbury NH 8 Nov 1841, went to
Illinois at his majority, and, after six years, to California,
where he remained four years. Returned to Bristol NH to care for
his parents. At their death, he succeded to the homestead, the
John M. Merrill place, a half mile south of Central square. Here
he carried on the meat business until his death. He m. 5 Oct 1876,
Mary Melissa Eaton, dau. of William and Mary (Gordon) Eaton, b.
New Hampton 28 Oct 1843. She d. Bristol NH 27 Aug 1878 ae. 34-9-29
and he m2) 8 Nov 1879, Almeda M. Emerson, dau of Samuel &
Anna (Carter) Emerson. She b. New Hampton NH 25 Jan 1848. James
Archibald Curtice d. 22 Feb 1901, ae 59-3-14.
Child of James Archibald & Mary Melissa (Eaton) CURTICE:
1. Mabel Augusta Curtice, b. Bristol, Grafton Co. NH 6 Oct 1877,
resided Bristol NH. She m. 12 May 1914 in Bristol NH to Elbert
E. Dickinson, son of Joseph N. & Clara A. (Roby) Dickinson.
He b. 23 June 1869 in Bristol NH and d. 1 Apr 1935 in Concord,
Merrimack Co. NH. They divorced.
Child of James Archibald & Almeda M. (Emerson) CURTICE:
2. Abbie Anna Curtice, b. 20 Oct 1880 Bristol NH; m. 23 Jan 1943
in Laconia NH to Charles James Faucher.
Riley-5 WINDSOR (Sarah Elizabeth-4 Stark, Archibald-3, William-2,
Archibald-1), b. 7 May 1836 in New Paris OH, d 27 Sep 1909 in
Muncie, Delaware Co IN; m. Mary Tamanda White 3 Feb 1867 in Whitewater,
Wayne Co IN.
1900 United States Federal Census > Indiana > Delaware >
Center > District 31
Windsor, William R. Head W M May 1835 65 married 33 Ohio NC NH
Windsor, Mary T. wife W F July 1850 49 married 33 yrs 4 ch 3 living
Ind Ind Ind
Windsor, Margaret B. dau W F Aug 1878 21 single Ohio Ohio Indiana
--living next door--
Murphy, Alexander Head W M Dec 1855 40 married 6 yrs NY Ire Ire
Murphy, Myrtle M. wife W F Sept 1873 26 married 6 yrs 2 ch 2 living
Ohio Ohio Indiana
Murphy, Forest W. son W M Sept 1894 5 single Indana NY Ohio
Murphy, Emily A. dau W F Dec 1896 3 single Indiana NY Ohio
Children of William R. & Mary T. (White) Windsor: [may
1. Minnie Myrtle Windsor, b. 19 Sep 1873 Preble, Ohio; m. Alexander
2. Margaret Windsor, b. Aug 1878 Ohio
Frances-5 WINDSOR (Sarah Elizabeth-4 Stark, Archibald-3,
William-2, Archibald-1), b. 8 July 1837 in Jackson Twp, Preble
Co OH, died 22 Apr 1898 in New Paris, Preble Co OH; she m. Andrew
"Andy" Kirkpatrick Reid. He b 11 Jan 1828 in Preble
Co OH and d. 3 Apr 1907.
Children of Andrew & Elizabeth F. (Windsor) REID:
1. +Pettis Arlindo REID, b. 25 July 1855 near New Paris
OH; d 13 June 1920 in Richmond IN.
2. Charles Elmer REID, b. 1858 in OH; d. 3 Sep 1897 in New Paris,
Preble Co OH
3. Linnie Estella REID, b. 1862 in OH; d. 23 Nov 1923 in New Paris,
Preble Co OH; m1) 18 Jan 1879 in Preble Co OH to Jesse West "Vanny"
Addleman, son of Joseph Pierce & Catherine (Townsend) Addleman.
She m2) 7 July 1888 in Preble Ohio, ?Alonzo Morrison
4. James Enos REID, b. Feb 1864 in OH; d. Oct 1942 in Portland
OR; m. Grace/Margaret Capsadell; had at least one child, Gladys,
b. March 1894 Preble Ohio.
5. Martha Emma REID, b. July 1867 in OH; d. 26 Sep 1918 in Richmond
IN; m. 12 June 1886 to Sylvanus "Van" Lovin in Preble
6. Leslie Holmes REID, b. 17 Feb 1871 in OH; m. 17 June 1892 in
Preble OH to Katherine Meyers, dau of Jacob & Salina Meyers.
7. Lida Elva REID, b. 2 Nov 1874 in Preble Co OH; d. 18 Jan 1955
in Richmond IN; m. Orlando R. Johnson, son of Jerome & Marguerete
8. Ida Elma REID, b. 2 Nov 1874 in Preble Co OH: d. 1936 in Richmond
IN; buried 6 July 1936; m. 27 Nov 1890 in Preble OH to Leroy Little.
Benton-5 GILCHRIST (Frances-4 Stark, Thomas-3, William-2,
Archibald-1) b. 8 Feb 1823; died 23 Apr 1888 in Bombay NY; m.
1 Jan 1852 to Emily H. Jackson.
Children of Calvin Benton & Emily H. (Jackson) GILCHRIST:
1. Jane M., b. 15 Nov 1852 in Bombay NY; m. William G. Webb; had
at least one child, Blanche G. Webb, b. 17 May 1866
2. Charles E., b. 9 May 1855 in Bombay NY; m. 1 Jan 1879 to Libbie
C. Sears. Had at least 4 children [Warren B., b. 29 Feb 1880;
Mary E., b 17 Nov 1884; Cynthia A., b. 4 Apr 1886, and Lloyd S.,
b. 13 May 1893]
3. Zaida M., b. 9 May 1855 in Bombay NY; m. 22 Nov 1876 to Calvin
O. Henry; had at least 4 children [Carroll Henry b 4 Jan 1876,
Roland G., b 8 Feb 1880, Arthur C. b 30 Sep 1882, Dale D., b 30
4. Cynthia C., b. 6 Aug 1867; m 29 Oct 1890 to John W. Blanchard
GILCHRIST (Frances-4, Thomas-3, William-2, Archibald-1), b.
15 Nov 1826 in NH; m. 6 Jan 1859 Helen M. Slivens; In 1860 US
census living in Bombay, Franklin Co NY with parents, wife, Hellen,
age 20 (b abt 1840 in NY), and son Howard (age 1/12) b. abt 1860
in NY. By 1880 he is living with his brother Calvin as a boarder,
no wife or child present in household.
A.-5 STARK (Rodney G.-4, Thomas-3, William-2, Archibald-1)
b. 4 Feb 1840; m. 2 Aug 1859 Henry W. Hadley, son of Richard B.
& Lucy (Howard) Hadley. He b. Jan 1, 1837. About 1860 he moved
from the home place to Goffstown Village, where he was afterwards
engaged in manufacturing. In the spring of 1868 he, with the late
Kendrick Kendall and Lewis H. Stark, formed a co-parternship for
the manufacture of sash and blinds, under the firm name of Kendall,
Hadley and Co., and built the building where the business was
carried on. He was an active citizen of the town and held the
office of postmaster, town treasurer, collector, etc. He d. 18
Jan 1873 in Goffstown.
Children of Henry W. & Mary A. (Stark) HADLEY: (b. in Goffstown
1. Nellie Lawrence HADLEY, b. 24 Feb 1865; m. 13 Sep 1888 to Henry
Leonard Rowell, son of Leonard & Ann S. (Ray) Rowell. He b.
16 July 1861. About 1886 went to San Diego CA and resided there
exmployed as a salesman. No children.
2. Edith May HADLEY, b. 28 May 1869; unmarried as of the writing
of the town history
Henry-5 aka Henry Lewis-5 STARK (Rodney G.-4, Thomas-3, William-2,
Archibald-1) b. 8 Dec 1841 in Goffstown NH; m. 4 Apr 1866, Clara
Abbott of Bennington, b. 14 July 1843, dau of Samuel and Polly
(Bullard) Abbott. Mr. Stark acquired his education in the schools
of Goffstown. In 1868, in company with Henry W. Hadley and Kendrick
Kendall, he formed a partnership under the name of Kendall, Hadley
& Co. He was an active member of the company for many years,
acting as clerk and bookkeeper; was an expert musician and for
many years was leader of the band which was known as Stark's Cornet
Band. Was a musician in the Civil War in the regimental band of
the 3rd N.H. Infantry, and also a member of the 2nd Brigade Band
of the 10th Army Corps, stationed at Hilton Head, S.C. In 1877
he was elected representative. In 1870 he built a residence upon
High Street, where he afterwards resided. He d. 2 Jan 1898 in
Children of Lewis H. & Clara (Abbott) Stark [all born in
1. +Annie J. STARK, b. 30 Jan 1867; m. Frank A. Parker
2. Frank A. STARK, b 24 July 1870; m. 1 March 1894, Mildred G.
Soule. She b. in Manchester NH. He was educated in the schools
of Goffstown after which he entered the employment of Kendall,
Hadley and Co. and subsequently became actively associated with
the firm. Had a residence on High Street in Goffstown NH. Children
b. in Goffstown: 1) infant b 31 Oct 1903, d 5 Nov 1903; 2) Infant
b 19 Feb 1905, d. 23 Feb 1905; 3) Infant b 1 Oct 1909, d. 6 Oct
3. Henry H., b 24 Sep 1872; m. 1 Sep 1905, Ethel M. Gould. She
b. in Dunbarton 13 Apr 1881, dau of John W. and Nettie (Wheeler)
Gould. Mr. Stark fitted for college at the Goffstown and Manchester
High Schools and graduated from Dartmouth College in 1896. During
the yeas 1897, 1898 and 1899 was principal of the Goffstown High
School, residing the same to engage in business in the firm of
Kendall, Hadley & Co. He d. 2 Nov 1914 in Goffstown NH. One
child b. in Manchester, infant son, b. 18 Nov 1908, d. 21 Nov
4. +Frederick L. "Freddy" STARK, b. 31 Aug 1875
Frank-5 STARK (Rodney G.-4, Thomas-3, William-2, Archibald-1),
b. 31 Aug 1843; m. 29 Apr 1868, Sarah Lavina Weeks, dau of John
Langdon & Lavinia Holt (Allison) Weeks, she was b. in Hopkinton
NH 14 Aug 1843. When 19 years of age he enlisted in Co. E, 11th
Regiment, NH Volunteers and served three years in the War of the
Rebellion [Civil War]. He was early detailed to do clerical work
at Headquarters in which he soon became very proficient; after
his return he continued his education in a Commercial Institution
and upon his graduation was soon employed in the wholesale firm
of Glover and Wilcomb, Boston, Mass., in which he afterwards became
a member and so continued until ill health compelled him to retired
about 1905. He resided in Cambridge, MA.
Children of William F. & Sarah L. (Weeks) Stark:
1. Alice Holman STARK, b. 1 March 1869; d. 20 Jan 1881
2. Elizabeth Allison STARK, b. 12 Feb 1871; DAR # 12745
3. William Everett STARK, b 12 Feb 1873; m. 3 Aug 1899, Eleanor
Parker Fiske, b. in Concord, 29 March 1874
4. Wallace Weeks STARK, b. 27 Apr 1877
5. Mary Levina STARK, b. 20 Apr 1879; d. 14 May 1885
6. Margaret Allison STARK, b. 12 Oct 1880
M.-5 STARK (Rodney G.-4, Thomas-3, William-2, Archibald-1)
, b. 16 Aug 1849; m. Henry BLODGETT as his 2d wife. He was b.
in Billerica MA in 1836, and first came to Goffstown NH abt 1857,
employed in the sash and blind shops as a mechanic.; afterwards
served in the War of the Rebellion [Civil War] Co B, 10th Regiment,
NH Volunteers, enlisting from Nashua. After the war he returned
to Goffstown, where he continued to reside until his death. He
m1) Mary M. Junkins. He m2) Ellen/Ella M. Stark of Goffstown.
She d. 23 June 1879.
Child of Henry BLODGETT & Ella M. (Stark) Blodgett
1. George S. BLODGETT, b. 23 Jan 1870; d. 23 March 1900 in Deering,
unmarried; In 1880 living with his grandmother in Goffstown NH.
Philip-5 STARK (Rodney G.-4, Thomas-3, William-2, Archibald-1),
b. 1 Feb 1857; m. 21 Apr 1880, Mrs. Willi Diana Woodham Dodge,
widow of Angelo P. Dodge of Weare NH; she was b. in Boston, MA
24 Apr 1855, dau (adopted) of Richard and Hannah (Lull) Woodham.
By her former marriage she had 2 children, Sherman A. Dodge, b.
24 March 1875, d. Feb 1876; and Angelo P. Dodge, b. 10 Sept 1876.
He was a mechanic for a number of years. He afterwards moved to
Worcester MA where he remained until his decease. He d. 10 march
1909 in Worcester MA.
Children of George P. & Willi Woodham (Dodge) Stark:
1. Carl A. STARK, b. 25 Jan 1881 in Goffstown NH; d. 21 Feb 1881
2. Eva Mabel STARK, b. 6 Oct 1883 in Nashua NH; m. 14 June 1905,
Henry G. Tietze of Lawrence MA, b. 7 Oct 1888
3. Claude Richard STARK, b. 31 Aug 1888 in Goffstown NH; m. 15
June 1912, Edith Grace Pearl Laukton of Hartford CT. She b. 14
Henry-5 NEWELL -- AKA JOHN-5 STARK,(Elizabeth-4, Caleb Page-3,
General John-2, Archibald-1) b. 10 Oct 1811 in Boston MA and d.
14 May 1849 in Washington DC. He attended Harvard Law School from
1832 to 1834, but never took a law degree. Mr. Stark lived variously
in Boston, Ohio, Cambridge and Dunbarton. His will was admitted
to probate June 26, 1849; m. Caroline Julia Morris. She was b.
19 June 1814, dau. of Thomas & Sarah Morris, granddau of Robert
Morris of Pennsylvania, who was the financier of the Revolution
and signer of the Declaration of Independence; she d. 13 Jan 1888;
lived in Dunbarton NH; he died 1849. HE WAS ADOPTED BY CALEB STARK
AND CHANGED HIS NAME TO JOHN STARK at the request of his Aunt
Harriet Stark . Her tombstone is in the Stark burial ground in
Dunbarton NH and reads, " Sacred to the memory of Caroline
J. Stark wife of John Stark, dau. of Thomas and Sarah Morris,
b. June 19, 1814 d. Jan. 13, 1888." His tombstone at the
same location reads, "In memory of John Stark son of Samuel
and Elizabeth Newell and grand- son of Maj. Caleb Stark. He d.
May 14, 1849 act. 37."
Children of Samuel H. Newell [John Stark) & Caroline J.
1. Mary Elizabeth STARK, b. 10 July 1838; d. 22 Oct 1881, unm.
2. John G.A. STARK, b. 20 March 1842; d. 20 June 1845
3. +Charles Frederick Morris STARK, b 20 Feb 1848 in Dunbarton
NH; d. March 1934 in Dunbarton NH; m. Annie McNeil.
Stark-5 NEWELL (Elizabeth-4 Stark, Caleb Page-3 General John-2,
Archibald-1), b. 19 Aug 1814 in Boston MA and d. 7 Dec 1876 in
NY NY; He was baptized in the West Church in Boston MA 11 Sep
1814. His twin brother Francis died something more than a year
after birth. Before entering Harvard in 1830, when only sixteen,
Charles had studied at the Boston Latin School and the English
High School, and with Henry R. Cleveland. After completing his
freshman year he withdrew from college, re-entering in the sophomore
class in 1832. At the end of his senior year he was elected commodore
of the Navy Club. After graduating from Harvard in 1835, Mr. Newell
studied law at the Dane Law School, and in the office of Sprague
& Gray in Boston. He was admitted to the bar in the spring
of 1841. After spending one winter in the South with an engineering
expedition, he returned to Boston where he practiced law. On
29 July 1843, he married in Philadelphia, Alice Jane Crabbe, dau
of William and Mary (Todd) Crabbe of Philadelphia. She b. 24 Oct
1818 in Philadelphia PA. For the next few years they made their
home in Cambridge MA where their first two children were born,
and Mr. Newell continued to practice his profession in Boston.
He entered into partnership with Ivers J. Austin under the firm
name of Austin & Newell, with offices at 30 Court Street.
About 1847 or 1848 Mr. Newell removed to Lawrence MA with his
family, where he continued in the practice of law for serveral
years. Here his third son was born. In 1851 and 1852 Mr. Newell
represented Lawrence in the Massachusetts Legislature. Subsequently
he removed to New York City where he continued his law practice
until his death. Although about 47 when the Civil War broke out,
he entered the service. In May 1861 he was appointed Paymaster
with the rank of Captain in the 29th NY Volunteers, serving at
Washingtin and in Virginia. He was in the first battle of Bull
Run. Subsequently commissioned Major he became Aide-de-Camp on
the staff of General A. Von Steinwehr in 1862, and resigned from
service in 1863
of Charles S. & Alice J. (Crabbe) NEWELL:
1. Charles Stark NEWELL Jr. , b. Cambridge MA 4 May 1844; bapt
15 Sep 1844 in Christ Episcopal Church, Cambridge; d. Goshen NY
27 Oct 1890; m. 27 July 1870 Mary Louisa Goodrich, dau of Dr.
Charles Sidney Jones Goodrich. He lived at Goshen NY and was engaged
in secretarial work. NO CHILDREN.
2. John Stark NEWELL, b. Cambridge MA 17 June 1846; bapt. March
1847 in Christ Church, Cambridge MA; d. Seattle Washington 3 Sep
1896. Married 24 July 1869, Mary Overing Sinclair, b. 23 Jan 1851,
d. 19 Feb 1915, dau of William Johnson & Cornelia Augusta
Sinclair of New York City. Both are buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery,
Cambridge. His life was passed as an officer of the Us Navy. He
graduated from the Annapolis Naval Academy as a midshipman 10
Oct 1865; commissioned Ensign 1 Dec 1866 and promoted as follows:
Master, 12 March 1868; Lieut 1869; Lieut Commander 1880; Commander,
24 Oct 1889. NO CHILDREN
3. +William Crabbe Newell, b. 6 July 1852 in Lawrence MA.
William Crabbe Newell died 4 Feb 1921 in Brookline MA and m. Ellen
Augusta Doane. They had at least one ch: William Stark Newell
b 31 May 1878 in Albany NY ; m. Caroline Elizabeth Moulton
WINSLOW (Sarah-4 Stark,Major Caleb Page-3, General John-2,
Archibald-1) b. 6 Sep 1818 in Boston MA and died 26 Aug 1862 in
Key West FL; his mother died when he was about a year old, and
he was brought up by his father's sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Pickering
of Boston, and some guidance from his aunt Harriet Stark. When
he was 15 he became an acting midshipman in the US Navy, in which
he served as an officer until his death, advancing to the rank
of Commander. He was many years of active service in domestic
and foreign waters, and during the Civil War was stationed in
the Gulf of Mexico, in the blockage of Gulf ports. In the summer
of 1862, he was in command of the R.R. Cuyler, operating in the
Gulf, was stricken with yellow fever and died at Key West. Originally
buried in the Quarantine burial ground, Staten Island NY, his
body was brought north and interred in the family burial ground
in Dunbarton NH. He m. 14 Jan 1846 in NC to Miss Mary Sophia Nelson,
niece of Edward W. Wilkins of Fayetteville N.C. and dau of Duncan
& Caroline Amelia (MacRae) Nelson. She b. 18 Dec 1828 and
d. 25 March 1903 in Washington D.C.. His biography is extensively
written about in "Francis Winslow : his forebears and life,"
by Arthur Winslow, Norwood, Mass.: Priv. print. by the Plimpton
Children of Francis & Mary S. (Nelson) WINSLOW:
1. +Francis Winslow Jr. b. 25 June 1851; d. 1908; Lieut.
2. +Cameron McRae Winslow, b. 29 July 1854; d. 2 Jan 1932;
Rear Admiral, USN; m. (Dora) Theodore Havemeyer. 3 dau and 3 sons.
3. Sarah "Sallie" Stark Winslow , b. Feb 1857, Fayetteville
N.C.; reportedly married Charles Edward Cotting, and had no children.
4. +Arthur Winslow, b. 5 Aug 1860; d. 28 March 1938.
STARK (Gradus Bakeman-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1),
b abt January 1825 in Manchester NH; d. 14 Aug 1877 in Taunton
MA of "brain disease"; m. Mary Jane Boynton. She b.
abt 1824 in NH and died after 1880. In 1870 US Census, Clifton
is living in Hyde Park, Norfolk Co, MA with wife and children.
Children of Clifton & Mary J. (Boynton) Stark:
1. Henry C. STARK, b. abt 1849 in NH, d. bef 1900; tinsmith; in
1870 living with parents in Hyde Park MA. He married Marie/Mariah
A. Pattee. She b May 1845 in NH. In 1880 census living in Hyde
Park MA, tinsmith with wife, mother Mary J a widow, sister Ellen,
and niece Lore J. Pattee [f]. In 1900 Mariah is living in Hyde
Park MA, a widow, occupation, "capitalist," with nieces
Jennie and Ida May Patee, and brother Alonzo Pattee. That census
shows that she had no children.
2. Ellen D. STARK, b. Aug 1853 in Concord, NH; in 1870 living
with parents in Hyde Park MA and attending school. In 1880 single
living with her brother (see). "Hellen D." Stark (per
marriage record) married Aug 7, 1881 Hyde Park MA to Charles Lewis,
38, of Hyde Park, MA, clerk, b. Nyack NY son of George & Caroline
Lewis. The marriage log indicates she was a dressmaker, b. Concord
NH dau of Clifton C. & Mary Stark. In 1900 census she is married
(for 19 yrs) to Charles Lewis (he b. 1836 in NY), occupation real
estate. In this census they have had no children. Charles died
5 Nov 1904, in Hyde Park MA, age 66 yrs 6 months and 17 days of
Bright's Disease and heart failure. He was buried 9 Nov 1904 in
New Ipswich NH, F.G. Graham Undertaker. This family resided at
217 West River Street in Hyde Park MA. In 1910 Ellen D. a widow
is living in Hyde Park MA with daughter Evelyn A, single age 21
b MA. Census states Ellen D. had 1 child, 1 living. [Note: On
June 22, 1910 in Hyde Park -- Amos Stone Mills, age 25, of Leney,
Saskatchewan, Canada, farmer, b. Somerville MA, son of Charles
& Agnes (McDonald) Mills married Evelyn Alma Lewis (adopted).
She was born in Boston MA, dau of Sylvanus H. & Sarah E. (Carroll)
Rich. (The marriage record indicates that Evelyn is adopted, and
shows the names of her actual parents). Ellen D. (Stark) Lewis
does not appear to have had biological children.]
STARK (Gradus Bakeman-4, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1)
b. 2 Oct 1813 in Manchester NH; d. 5 Sep 1882 in Laconia NH; m.
23 Nov 1835 in Concord NH to Daniel J. DINSMORE/DINSMOOR; in 1850
living in Meredith NH; from 1860 to 1880 living in Laconia NH.
He was a harness maker.
Children of Daniel & Caroline (Stark) Dinsmoor: [may be
1. +Daniel S. Dinsmoor, b. b. 23 Sep 1837 in Laconia NH
and d. 24 March 1883 in Laconia NH.; bank cashier; m. Amelia M.
2. Lillian R. Dinsmoor, b. abt 1871 in Mass ?fa b VT [?adopted
or a grandchild]
Stark (Gradus Bakeman-4 STARK (John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1)
b. 11 Dec 1818 in Manchester NH; d. 18 Dec 1898 in Boylston MA;
m. 30 Apr 1845 in Nashua NH to Elizabeth Lawrence SPALDING. She
b. 2 Sep 1818 in Pepperell MA and d. 21 March 1887 in Boylston
MA. In 1880 granddaughter Nettie Lackey (b abt 1876 in MA) living
Children of Leonard & Elizabeth L. (Spalding) STARK:
1. +Leonard Spaulding Stark, b. 25 Aug 1847 in Barre, MA
2. Elizabeth Ann Stark, b. 14 May 1849 in Barre, Worcester Co,
3. Martha Finette Stark, b. 11 Apr 1853 in Barre, MA, d. 4 May
1872 Barre MA
4. Caroline Dinsmore Stark, b. 22 Feb 1856 in Barre MA;
m. 19 Jul 1875 in Barre MA to John Lackey.
Elizabeth Franklin-5 STARK,(Gradus Bakeman-4 Stark, John-3,
Gen John-2, Archibald-1) who m. William E. Hassell.
Children of William E. & Elizabeth F. (Stark) Hassell:
(May be more children):
1. +Annie Caroline HASSELL, b. abt 1851 in New Ipswich
NH who m. 26/31 Dec 1871 New Ipswich, Hillsborough Co. NH to Frederick
Danforth Shattuck. He was b Nov 1846.
2. Florence Amelia Shattuck HASSELL b in Fitchburg MA, DAR #41331
Sullivan-5 KIDDER (Betsey-4 STARK, John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1),
b at Manchester NH 31 May 1811, died there 6 Apr 1898, aged 86
years, 10 months, 6 days. He married at Goffstown NH 4 June 1835,
Frances Elizabeth Simpson of Bedford NH, born at Boston MA 6 March
1818, died at Manchester NH 18 Aug 1897, dau of Daniel and Seraphene
(Brigham) Simpson; John Sullivan Kidder served in the War of the
Rebellion [Civil War] with the rank of Colonel. Was a member of
Children of John S. & Frances E. (Simpson) KIDDER:
1. +Frank KIDDER, b. at Manchester NH 19 Dec 1838
2. Samuel Phillips KIDDER, b. 14 Aug 1845; d. at Manchester NH
17 Aug 1845
3. Joseph S. Stanford KIDDER, b. 14 Feb 1848, d. at Manchester
9 July 1853
4. Fanny White KIDDER, b. at Manchester 3 Jan 1858; d there 21
Blodgett-5 KIDDER (Betsy-4 STARK, John-3, General John-2,
Archibald-1); b. 26 Dec 1806 at Manchester NH and died there 4
Dec 1885; m. at Derry NH 22 Feb 1828 to Mary Ann Spinney of Manchester,
born at Derry 13 March 1809, died at Manchester NH 11 March 1893,
dau of Alexander & Zillah (Dow) Spinney. In 1850 and 1870
US census living in Manchester NH; Captain Kidder served for 44
years as superintendent of Locks for the Amoskeag Manufacturing
Company and had charge of the collection of tolls at both locks
and canal. He lived on what became known as the Kidder Homestead,
situated on the east bank of the Merrimack River, near the old
Falls Bridge. In this house, built about 1820, the Whigs of Manchester
met and organized.
Children of Samuel B. & Mary Ann (Spinney) KIDDER:
1. +Charles Stark KIDDER, b. 27 Dec 1828 in Manchester,
NH; engineer in 1850
2. +Samuel Phillips KIDDER, b. 28 Nov 1830 in Manchester
NH boatman in 1850
3. Mary Ann KIDDER, b. 8 Aug 1832, d. 1 Oct 1833
4. George Clark KIDDER b 15 Sep 1834 at Manchester NH; died 26
July 1854 at Manchester NH; laborer in 1850
5. Child (twin) b. 8 Feb 1836, d. 9 Feb 1836.
6. +Leonard Rundlett KIDDER (twin) b 8 Feb 1836
7. +Mary Ann KIDDER, b. 2 May 1838; d at Rochester NY 6
Nov 1886; m. at Manchester 6 Dec 1855, George Vernon REYNOLDS
of Rochester NY, he b. at Providence RI 19 Nov 1833, d at Buffalo
NY 13 March 1901, son of George & Betsy Reynolds.
8. Emily/Emma Spinney KIDDER, b. 3 July 1841; m. at Manchester
NH 15 Feb 1883 to Charles MOORE of Waltham MA, son of Milton &
Abigail Moore. No children.
9. +Nathan Parker KIDDER, b. 12 Apr 1844 at Manchester
NH; m. Laura Arvilla Montgomery
10. +Selwin/Selwyn J. KIDDER, b 30 Dec 1846 at Manchester
NH; in 1870 engineer of railroad; in 1880 US census boarding in
Des Moines Iowa, with a Eva N. Kidder (age 21) as RR Engineer.
Distinguished service during the Civil War: Enlisted as a Private
on 25 February 1864 at the age of 18; Enlisted in Company M, 1st
Cavalry Regiment New Hampshire on 25 February 1864; Mustered out
Company M, 1st Cavalry Regiment New Hampshire on 15 July 1865
in Cloud's Mills, VA
11. Arthur Fernando KIDDER, b. 6 Oct 1854; d. at Manchester 23
KIDDER (Betsy-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1), b.
27 March 1809 in Manchester NH; died there 25 Apr 1882 while making
preparations for her golden wedding anniversary; m. at Lowell
MA 27 June 1832 to Nathaniel Emmons Morrill. He b. at Wrentham
MA 1 Nov 1812 and died 8 March 1890.
Children of Nathaniel E. & Elizabeth (Kidder) MORRILL:
1. Frances Emmeline MORRILL, b. 24 March 1833, d. 28 March 1838
2. Helen Maria MORRILL, b. 31 Oct 1835; in 1880 of Manchester
3. Thomas Whittemore MORRILL, b. 30 July 1837; killed at the Battle
of Fredericksburg, 13 Dec 1862; m. 17 Nov 1857, Dora L. Stevens.
One daughter, Lizzie. He was a cannoneer in the 1st NH Regiment
of Light Artillery.
4. William Henry MORRILL, b. 11 Jan 1841; m. 17 June 1866, Ella
M. Webber. He served in the Civil War. One daughter, Anne.
5. Eugene Frances MORRILL, b. 4 Nov 1843, d. 17 Aug 1851
6. Alleyn Kidder MORRILL, b. 28 Apr 1847, d. 1 Aug 1870
Stark-5 MOORE (Emily/Emilia-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1)
b abt 1809 in NH. He married Lucy Kendall. She b. abt 1806 in
NH. In 1850 living in Lowell MA. In 1870 living in Waltham MA.
U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts
> Middlesex > Lowell
John S. Moore 41 M gunsmith 2600 NH [b abt 1809 NH]
Lucy Moore 44 F NH [b abt 1806 NH]
Josephine Moore 9 F MA
Juliette Moore 7 F MA
U.S. Census > 1860 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts
> Middlesex > Waltham
John F Moore 45 W watch operative 1800 NH
Lucy Moore 37 37 F NH
Josephine Moore 17 F Mass
Juliet Moore 15 F Mass
Elizabeth Wright 23 Maine
Children of John F. & Lucy (Kendall) Moore:
1. Josephine E. Moore (Mrs. Albert W. Howe), b. abt 1841 in MA;
DAR#9617. On June 24, 1862, she married Albert W. Howe a 30 yr
old farmer of Danvers MA. He was born in Marblehead MA, son of
William & Lucy L.M. Howe, as his 2nd wife. (In 1870 in Danvers
MA census, Albert W. Howe (age 38 MA, b abt 1832), wife Josephine
E. (age 29 MA, b. abt 1841), Mary J. Howe (age 17 England, b.
1853), Richard Patten laborer of Nova Scotia, and Willard Howe
(age 69 MA, b abt 1801).
2. +Juliet/Juliette Moore, b. abt 1843 in Lowell MA. She
married 31 Dec 1867 in Waltham MA to Charles Henry Ayer.
MOORE, (Emily/Emelia-4 Stark, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1)
born 1806, in Manchester, NH, married to Abigail Martin of Danvers,
MA. From 1850 to 1880 living in Andover, Essex Co. MA. Carpenter.
Children of Milton & Abigail (Martin) Moore: (may be more
1. +Charles MOORE, b. abt 1831 MA, "of Quincy, Mass"
in 1887; married by 1864 to Mary A. --. She b. abt 1840 in Maine.
In 1880 US census living in Quincy MA.
2. Adeline MOORE, b abt 1835 MA; m. John W. Porter; possibly had
a son, John S. PORTER, born 1855 in Lawrence, MA.
3. Laura MOORE, b. abt 1838 MA; married Henry B. Brown. In 1880
living in Quincy, Norfolk Co MA. He b. abt 1839 in MA; She was
4. Ann MOORE, b. abt 1839 MA; m. Frank Richardson; "of Lawrence
5. +Charlotte "Lotta" MOORE, b. abt 1841 MA;
m. George H. Ferguson;
5. George Milton MOORE, (twin) b 31 Jan 1845, d. 14 Aug 1845 Andover
6. John Milton MOORE, (twin) b. 31 Jan 1845 Andover MA, "of
Waltham MA" in 1887
7. +Mary/Marietta MOORE, b. 4 May 1846 Andover MA; m. William
7. Elda MOORE, b. 27 June 1848 Andover MA; m. Charles Sumner Jones,
"of Woburn, Mass."
Hyman-5 MOORE (Emily/Emelia-4 Stark, John-3, Gen
John-2, Archibald-1), b. abt 1816-1819 in Manchester NH, and died
13 Dec 1889 in Waltham MA. He probably married 23 March 1864 in
Sciuate MA to Tamozine/Tamazine Cottle of Tisbury, dau of Charles
& Mary (Norton) Cottle. She b. 12 Jul 1840 in Lamberts Cove,
Tisbury MA and d. 6 Mar 1902 in Chicago, Cook Co. IL of tomaine
poisoning. In 1880 living in Mattapoisett, Plymouth Co MA with
wife Tamryin (she age 38 b MA) and children Bertha A (15), Esther
(9 MA) and Minnie (5) MA. By 1894 Mrs. Tamozine (Hyman) Moore
is living on High Street in Hingham MA.
Children of Hyman & Tamozine (Cottle) Moore:
1. Bertha Amelia Moore, b. Jan 1866 Massachusetts, d. 5 Aug 1927
in Somerville MA. Married ?Gardner, ?Tinkham. One child, Paul
Tinkham, b. 5 Feb 1900 in Chicago, IL, d. 28 Sep 1980 in York,
2. Esther/Ethel O. Moore, b. June 1870 in Newton, Middlesex Co.
MA and d. 24 May 1964 in North Berwick, ME. She m. 23 Dec 1891
to Herbert Augustus Seavey. They had one child, Freda Mae Seavey,
b. 16 Feb 1901 in MA and d. 27 June 1993 in Keego Harbor, Oakland
Co. Michigan. She m. Merton Lovell Soule.
3. Mignonette "Minne" E. Moore, b. May 1875 in Matapoisset,
MA and d. 3 Nov 1910 in Concord, Merrimack Co. NH; She married
6 Jul 1896 in Barrington, Strafford Co. NH to Sidney C. Seavey,
son of Charles H. & Sarah Seavey. [marriage cert states 2nd
marriage for both, and both divorced]. One child, John Stark Seavey,
b. 4 Dec 1893 in Barrington NH and d 1 March 1963 in Lewiston
George-5 STARK (Frederick Gilman-4, John-3, General John-2,
Archibald-1) was born at Manchester NH 9 April 1823. Attended
school in academies at Pembroke, Milford, Bedford, and Sanborton
NH, and also at Lowell MA. When young man appointed assistant
with the chief engineer and surveyor of Manchester, Uriah A. Boyden.
At the age of fourteen (1836) he was employed by engineers surveying
the Nashua & Lowell Railroad. In 1843 he was invited to become
surveyor for the Land and Water Power Company of Manchester, and
later for the Vermont Central and Old Colony Railroads. He made
a survey upon the feasibility of supplying the city with water
from Massabesic lake. He was chief engineer for the railroad until
1849 when he left for health reasons, becoming treasurer and assistant
superintendent of the Nashua & Lowell Railroad. In 1852 he
became superintentend of the Hudson River Railroad. From 1857-60
he represented the first ward of Nashua in the legislature. In
1857 he became managing agent for the Boston & Lowell railroad.
In the same year he was commissioned by Gov. Haile of NH, as brigadier-general
of the third brigade of New Hampshire militia. In 1860 he accepted
the post of colonel commanding the Governor's Horse-Guards. Also
in 1860 and 1861 he was the candidate of the Democratic party
for governor. In 1875 he helped to reorganize the Northern Pacific
Railroad. In the 1880 census of Nashua NH his occupation is listed
as banker. In 1886 he wrote, "Navigation of the Merrimack
River." General Stark was described as quiet, deliberate,
yet courteous, with a natural, unrestrained manner in conversation.
He resided in Nashua NH in a Italianate-style villa.
General George Stark married 1) 1845 to Elizabeth A. Parker, daughter
of Daniel Parker of Bedford NH. She died in 1846. He m2) in 1848
to Mary G. Bowers, daughter of Col. Joseph Bowers of Chelmsford
Children of Gen. George & Mary Grace (Bowers) STARK:
1. +John F. Stark, b Apr 1851 in NH. Married about 1880
to Carrie E. --. She b. Aug 1853 in NH. In 1900 & 1910 living
in Nashua NH, insurance agent. The 1910 U.S. census states that
Carrie had 1 ch and 1 is living, however earlier censuses do not
show a child in their household. Member of SAR, #7634.
2. +Emma Grace STARK, b. Sep 1860 in NH; married Edward
GILLIS (Mary-4, STARK, John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1) b.
abt 1820 in MA. She m. Joseph Amos Ames, he b. abt 1817 in MA.
In 1850 resided in Wilmington MA. Joseph's occupation at that
time was "laborer." In 1880 living in Wilmington MA,
Children of Joseph A. & Harriot (Gillis) AMES: [may be
1. Henrietta AMES, b 1838 in MA
2. Charles G. AMES, b. 1840 in MA
3. Henry AMES, b. 1843 in MA
4. +Juliette/Juliet Stark AMES born in 1847 in Wilmington
MA, and died 23 May 1929, m. Samuel Henry Gowing
5. Joseph Newton AMES, b. abt 1858; in 1910 living in Wilmington
Josiah-5 GILLIS (Mary-4 STARK, John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1)
b. 15 April 1822 in Wilmington MA; as a child studious and fond
of books; graduated high school at Lowell MA and in 1846 moved
to Philadelphia, and for 4 yrs was engaged as a bookseller and
publisher. In 1853 he moved to New York and established a business
of steam heating and ventillating apparatus under the firm name
of Morse & Gillis, which was changed in 1869 to Gillis &
Geoghegan. For nearly half a century Mr. Gillis was one of the
leaders in this line of trade. He was for some years President
of the Master Steam and Hot Water Fitter's Association. He travelled
wordwide, and published several accounts with illustrated photographs.
He had a large and interesting collection of curios, which he
had gathered, including relics of Gen. Stark (a piece of his hair),
a piece of silk flag captured at the battle of Bennington, and
a piece of Mollie Stark's wedding dress. Mr. Gillis was a member
of the NY Historical Society, Geographical Society, Museum of
Art and other organizations, and during its existence was a director
of the Empire State Bank. He married in Montreal, Canada, 19 Oct
1847 to Francis Ellen Goodenough, dau of Asa Goodenough, one of
the best and popular hotel keepers in Canada, but a native of
New England. In 1870 US Census living in Morrisania, Westchester
Co NY, a manufacturer of iron pipes. In 1880 Both parents and
son Frederick were living in Manhattan, NY on East 24th Street.
The New York death list shows as Charles J. Gillis dying 30 Sep
1898 age 76, certificate #27987. An 1897 NY Times article describes
Charles J. Gills "of the firm of Gillis & Goeghegan,
Child of Charles Josiah & Francis E. (Goodenough) GILLIS:
1. Frederic Stark GILLIS, b. 29 Dec 1857. Graduated from Columbia
College Law school and completed his studies abroad, and admitted
to the bar of NY in 1880. Afterwards associated with his father
in business; m abt 1909 to Helen S. --. She b abt 1872 in MA.
Nov 1, 1898 a notice appeared in the NY Times, referring to retaining
the name of Gillis & Geohegan as a general partnership, and
the name Frederic S. Gillis is one of the 3 partners, living at
No. 128 East 24th Street, NY. No children in 1910 Census in Manhattan
GILLIS (Mary-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1), b.
abt 1824 in MA; married abt 1857 to Rev. Newton Epaphoroditor
Marble,D.D., son of John G. & Elizabeth (Parker) Marble. He
b. 1 Sep 1808 at Bradford MA, and d. 28 Sep 1881 in Newton CT,
an Episcopalian clergyman; He graduated from Dartmouth College
in 1834, and was preceptor of Hampton (NH) Academy and Franklin
Academy in Dover NH; in 1838 was instructor in mathematics and
natural philosophy in the Classical Institute in Peterborough
VA and subsequently principal of same; studied theology in the
Protestant Episcopal Seminary in NY and afterwards in Philadelphia;
admitted to Deacon's Orders 7 Sep 1843; to Priest's orders in
1844; was minister of Trinity Church in Bridgewater MA until May
1845 when elected to rector of Christ's Church, Salmon Falls NH;
was principal of a classical school in Taunton MA in 1846; elected
rector of the St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Concord NH 27 Feb
1848; later rector of Trinity (Episcopal) Church in Newton CT.
In 1870 & 1880 census living in Newton, Fairfield Co. CT.
He married 1) 8 March 1847 in Taunton MA to Sarah Huntington Freeman,
dau of Asa Freeman Esq. of Dover NH. She d. 6 Sep 1854. He had
3 children by his 1st marriage [ie Francis, Frances and Frederick
Children of Rev. Newton E. & Mary (Gillis ) MARBLE:
1. Frances A b abt 1851 in NH, school teacher; in 1910 single
and living in Bridgeport CT, principal instructress in a school
2. Mary C. b abt 1858 in Fairfield Co CT [possibly Mary WALKER
in the list below]
3. Frederick P. b abt 1860 in CT; in 1880 census living with parents
in Newton CT; in 1910 & 1920 living in Lowell MA with wife
Fannie T (b abt 1869 in VT), he was a general practice lawyer;
Francis-5 STARK (Samuel Kidder-4 STARK, John-3, Gen. John-2,
Archibald-1), b. Dec 1827 in NH; d. July 22, 1901; m. Juliet Hoyt.
She b. 1840 in Ohio. In 1880 census living in Alameda, CA on Park
Street; In 1900 census John F. is living in a boarding house,
a widower, occupation: locomotive engineer.
Child of John F. & Juliet (Hoyt) STARK:
1. +Mollie/Molly P. STARK, b. abt 1879 in Alameda CA, married
STARK (Charles F.M.-4, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1), b.
abt 1842 in NH and died 3 March 1879 in Bedford NH; m. William
M.Whittemore. He b. abt 1838 in NH; This family is found in 1870
US Census of Manchester NH. By 1880 the widower, William, is living
in Bedford NH with children. William Sr.'s occupation is listed
Children of William M. & Augusta (STARK) WHITTEMORE:
1. Mary A. WHITTEMORE, b. abt 1864 in NH
2. William L. WHITTEMORE, b. abt 1868 in NH
3. Orren/Orrin W. WHITTEMORE, b abt 1870 in NH; in 1890 Manchester
NH City directory, a farmer boarding at C.C. Webster's.
4. Frank A., b abt 1872 in NH; In 1890 & 1891 listed as farmer
living at house on Hanover Street in Manchester NH, east of Lake
Avenue in the Youngsville section. In 1892 & 1893 a farmer
living in house at 339 Concord St. in Manchester NH; In 1920 a
Frank A. Whittemore, age 48 is living in Woodstock, Windham Co
CT with daughter Pearl (age 25 b NH), his partner, Otis Webster,
and grand dau Madora V. Strabim?
G.-5 STARK (Albert G., John-3, Gen John-2 Archibald-1), b.
2 March 1834 in Manchester NH; m 3 Oct 1860, Betsey Ann Hutchinson
of Bristol, b. 5 Aug 1837, dau of Alexander Hutchinson; she d.
8 Aug 1908 in Manchester NH; Resided in West Manchester ("Squog");
in real estate business.
Children of Frederick G. & Betsey A. (Hutchinson) Stark:
1. Charles Alvan STARK, b 19 Oct 1861; d. 22 Jan 1897
2. Gillis STARK, b. 9 Sep 1865; physician; graduate of Medical
Department of Dartmouth College in class of 1889; practiced in
Rockland MA and afterwards in Manchester NH until his decease
13 Dec 1908 in Manchester.
3. Frederick Russell STARK, b. 21 Apr 1867; engaged in real estate
and insurance business in Manchester NH; m abt 1894 to Cora B
--. She b. Dec 1870 in NH. In 1900 US Census living in Manchester
NH with wife Cora and daughter Marion (b. Sept 1894 in NH)
4. Susanna Augusta STARK, b 1 Sep 1868; m. Charles Smith
5. +Maurice A. STARK, b. 30 July 1874; m. 14 June 1900
Welthea L. Ford of Marshfield MA. She b. 14 June 1880, dau of
John E. and Rebecca (Chandler) Ford.
STARK (Caleb-4, John-3, Ben John-2, Archibald-1) b. 1841 in
MA; m. bef 1870 to Emily M. Adams. She b 11 Sep 1843 in Bangor
ME. In 1880 U.S. Census this family was living in Worcester MA.
Children of Nelson & Emily M. (Adams) Stark:
1. Frederick V. STARK, b. March 1870 in Fitchburg MA
2. Annie STARK, b. 1872 in Worcester Co. MA; m. 1897 to Arthur
A. Batchelder; He b abt 1873 in NH had at least one ch: Ruby M.
b 12 Jan 1901 in Northwood NH. In 1910 US Census living in Northfield
NH, Arthur A. Batchelder, wife Lottie F [married for 12 years]
states 1 child, 1 living but not living in household, and mother
Julia A. Batchelder, age 72, widowed NH living with them. In 1920
Arthur & Lottie F. Batchelder living in Northwood (no child
present) along with Charles & Hattie Wallace.
3. +Frank Edward STARK, b. 7 Feb 1878 in Fitchburg MA
H.-5 ROBIE (Louisa-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1)
b. 5 Aug 1845 in Goffstown NH; m1) June 1867 to Nellie A. Balch
of Goffstown, b. in Johnson VT 14 Feb 1843, dau of Moses and Mary
(Burnham) Balch; she d. 5 Oct 1900; he m2) Clara Hale of Indiana;
she d. 1907; he m3) Anna F. Chambles, b. 1866. He served in the
War of the Rebellion [Civil War] Co. E, 11th Regiment, N.H. Volunteers.
At the close of the war he returned to Goffstown where he resided
a short time, after which he was employed by railroad corporations
in the west and south, spending a greater portion of his time
in the south. During the last of his life he resided in Palatka,
FL where he was engaged in the cultivation of citrus fruit. He
d. 27 Oct 1916, in Palatka FL. One child.
Child of Albert G. & Nellie A. (Balch) ROBIE:
1. +Edna L. ROBIE, b 7 Oct 1873 in Creston IL; m. 11 Aug
1896, Harry E. Stewart of Cascade Michigan, b. 2 Sep 1869, son
of Hilon H. & Amanda (Lowry) Stewart.
STICKNEY (One-4 STICKNEY, Mary/Molly-3 STARK, Gen. John-2,
Archibald-1) b. 10 Apr 1847 in Toledo OH; m. 28 July 1864 to Jane
Children of Malcolm & Jane (Hardesty) STICKNEY:
1. +Charles Myron STICKNEY, b. 28 July 1865
STICKNEY (One-4 STICKNEY, Mary/Molly-3 STARK, Gen. John-2,
Archibald-1, b. 12 Sep 1854; m. Ella --. She b. abt 1854 in NY
[her parents were both from England]. In 1880 US Census living
in Toledo OH next door to his father, Stark.
Children of Stark & Ella STICKNEY:
1. Frederick STICKNEY, b. abt 1875 in Ohio
2. Mary STICKNEY, b. abt 1877 in Ohio
WHITNEY (Mary-4 Stickney, Mary/Molly-3 STARK, Gen John-2,
Archibald-1) b. 31 Aug 1832 in Port Lawrence Twp, Michigan; married
by 1860 to Ambrose Cone, son of Erastus & Mary Ann Cone. He
b. abt 1828 in Ohio. In 1860 living in Whiteford, Monore Co. Michigan,
with children Dorwin and Louisa. Harriet probably died between
1856-1860 [see her sister Frances]
1860 United States Federal Census > Michigan > Monroe >
Ambrose Cone 31 M Farmer 1600/400 Ohio
Harriet J. Cone 27 F Ohio [b 1833]
Dorwin W. Cone 6 M Ohio
Louisa Cone 4 F Ohio
Children of Ambrose & Harriet (Whitney) CONE:
1. Dorwin W. CONE, b Feb 1854 Ohio; He married about 1887 to Chastina
M. --. She b. April 1852 in Michigan. In 1900 living in Toldedo,
Lucas Co. Ohio with two children, Lela M. (b May 1888 Michigan)
and Rexford A. (b Oct 5 1890 in Jasper, Michigan; in 1917 chauffeur
for Vaughn's Hotel in Peoria IL).
2. Louisa CONE, b. abt 1856 Ohio
Frances Mary "Fanny"-5 WHITNEY (Mary-4 Stickney,
Mary/Molly-3 STARK, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. 2 Sep 1834 in
Port Lawrence Twp, Michigan; m. Ambrose Cone widow of her sister,
as his 2d wife.
U.S. Census > 1870 United States Federal Census > Ohio >
Lucas > Sylvania
Cone, Ambrose 42 M W Farmer 9000/1000 Ohio
Cone, Fanny M. 35 F W Keeps House 700 Ohio
Cone, Dorwin M. 16 M W Farming at home Ohio
Cone, Louisa O. 14 F W at home Ohio
Cone, F.A. 9 M W attends school Ohio
Cone, Harry 7 M W attends school Michigan
Cone, Anna 1 F W Ohio
Green, Mary 62 F W NH
Ray, Jane 20 F W House Keeper Ohio
U.S. Census > 1880 United States Federal Census > Ohio >
Lucas > Sylvania > District 51
Cone, Ambrose W M 52 Farmer Ohio Conn -- (b 1828)
Cone, Fanny M W F 45 wife Keeping House Ohio Mass NH (b abt 1835)
Cone, Dorwin W W M 26 son at home Ohio (b abt 1854)
Cone, Louisa W F 24 dau teaching school Ohio (b abt 1856)
Cone, Freddie W M 19 son at home Michigan (b abt 1861)
Cone, Harry W M 17 son Michigan (b abt 1863)
Cone, Annie W F 11 dau Ohio (b abt 1869)
Cone, Florence W F 9 dau Ohio (b abt 1871)
Cone, Robie, W M 4 son Ohio (b abt 1876)
Cone, Nellie J. W F 19 servant Ohio
Children of Ambrose & Fanny (Whitney) CONE:
1. Freddie A. CONE, b. abt 1861 Michigan; married about 1893 to
Bessie E. --. She b. abt 1873 in Michigan. From 1910-1930 living
in Fairfield, Lenawee Co., Michigan. The US census shows that
they had at one child, Weiden Cone, b. abt 1911 in Michigan, who
was in 1930 living with his parents, a radio salesman.
Harry W. CONE, b. abt 1863 Michigan; living with his brother Fred
in Fairfield Township, Lenawee Co., Michigan in 1910-1930; single,
probably not married.
3. Anna/Annie CONE, b. abt 1869 in Ohio
4. Florence CONE, b. abt 1871 in Ohio
5. Robie Lloyd CONE, b. 2 Jan 1876 in Ohio; d. Jan 1973 Ohio;
His WWI draft card indicates in 1918 his occupation was real estate,
and that he was married, his wife's name being Margaret; he was
a member of the historical society of Northestern Ohio. Ohio death
records indicate that he died at an extended living facility in
Rossford, Wood Co. Ohio.
Franklin-5 "Frank" CARD, (Indiana-4 STICKNEY, Mary/Molly-3
STARK, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. 10 Sep 1841 in Manhatten OH;
d. 30 Apr 1883; m. 25 March 1872 to Margaret Henderson. She b.
31 Aug 1842. The 1889 and 1890 city directory of Toledo OH shows,
Ella Stickney, widow of Star, owning a saloon at 304 Michigan
Children of Benjamin F. & Margaret (Henderson) CARD:
1. Virginia CARD
2. Marguerite CARD
3. +MacGregor Stark CARD, b. 31 Oct 1877 in Flint, Genesee
Co, MI; d. 21 May 1957 in Los Angeles, CA; m. 27 June 1905 to
Matilda E. Foelh
HOITT (Mehitable-4 BABSON, Ellen/Eleanor-3 STARK, Maj. Gen.
John-2, Archibald-1), b abt 1817 m. be 1843 to Joshua B. Merrill
of Barnstead NH. He b abt 1812 in NH. In 1860 living in Concord
NH with children Lyman (age 17 b abt 1843), and Frank (age 4),
and also sister Sarah A. Hoit (age 27, tailoress) In 1870 living
in concord NH with son Frank B. (age 14, b. abt 1856 in NH). In
1880 living in Concord, Merrimack Co NH
Children of Joshua B. & Ellen (Hoitt) Merrill:
1. Lyman Merrill, b. abt 1843 in NH; in 1870 living in Portland
ME, clerk in Life Ins Office. In 1880 living in Concord NH with
wife Ellen N. --. She b abt 1854 in Maine. Had dau Ellen H. Merrill
(age 5, b. abt 1875 in NH) and ?son-in-law Fred Hussey age 5?
b ME [possibly a son by his wife's previous marriage?]
2. Frank Merrill, b. abt 1856 in NH
Stark-5 CAMERON (John-4 CAMERON, Elizabeth-3 Stark, Gen John-2
Stark, Archibald-1) b. 28 March 1841 in Ryegate VT; educated in
common schools and Newbury Seminary; graduated Dartmouth College
(Chandler Scientific Department) in 1863. Served in 1862, 4 mos.
in the "Dartmouth Cavalry," (7th Squadron, R.I. Cavalry]
mainly on picket and scouting duty in Va, in the Civil War; entered
the engineer corp of the Boston Hartford & Erie R.R., locating
the road through Dutchess Co NY. In 1865 went to Burlington, Iowa,
in service of the Present C.B. & Q. R. R. as locating and
constructing engineer. In 1867, appointed chief engineer of Burlington
& Cedar Rapids R.R. and completed the construction of the
road. Engaged in building, financing and operating different railroads
until 1901, when as president and principal owner of the Salt
Lake Rapid Transit R.R. he sold that property and retired from
active business; res. New York City. He m. 4 Jan 1876, Sarah M.
Palmer of Burlington, Iowa.
Children of John Stark & Sarah H. (Palmer) CAMERON:
1. John Stark CAMERON JR., b. 9 Dec 1876 in Burlington IA; educated
at St. Johnsbury Academy, graduated Yale University 1899; was
a banker in Oklahoma
2. Donald P. CAMERON, b. 6 March 1878 in Burlington IA; educated
at St. Johnsbury Academy, graduated Yale Univ. (Sheffield Scientific
School) 1899; was in the lumber business in Oregon
3. Sarah P. CAMERON, b. 14 Jan 1881 in Burlington IA; educated
at St. Johnsbury Academy, Andover MA and Boston
Stark-5 HARVEY (Elizabeth-4
CAMERON, Elizabeth-3 Stark, Gen John-2 Stark, Archibald-1), b.
30 Dec 1830 in Ryegate VT, d. 11 Aug 1888 in N. Conway NH; 18
Apr 1860 in Ryegate VT to m. Frank Coburn Bill. He. b 20 May 1832
in Albany, Orlean Co VT. In 1850 living in Peacham VT; in 1880
residing in Cambridge MA; she is buried in Mt. Auburn, Cambridge
Children of Frank C. & Elizabeth S. (Harvey) BILL:
1. +Harry Cameron BILL, b. 23 May 1861 in St. Johnsbury
VT; m. Apr 1903 in Minneapolis MN to Mrs. Loretta McKinley.
2. Caroline Eliza BILL, b. 17 Apr 1863 in St. Johnsbury VT
3. Alexander Harvey BILL, b. 30 May 1864 in McIndoes VT; m. 12
Apr 1899 in Cambridge MA to Marion C. Edgerly. She b. 1878.
4. Mary Frances BILL, b. 9 May 1867 in Cambridge MA; m. 28 March
1894 in Cambridge MA to Elmer H. Bright. He b. abt 1860 in Cambridge
MA; DAR # 33788
5. Frederick Abbott BILL, b. 23 Feb 1873 in Cambridge MA; d. 13
Cameron-5 BLANCHARD (T. Jefferson/"Jeffie"-4 CAMERON,
Elizabeth-3 STARK, Gen John-2 Stark, Archibald-1), b 18 Aug 1827
in Peacham VT; served in the army in the civil war; m. 28 Oct
1858 to Abbie Staples; She b. abt 1838 in Maine.
Children of John C. & Abbie (Staples) BLANCHARD: [HAD 11
1. Abram L BLANCHARD, b 20 Jul 1860 in Peacham, Caledonia, Vermont,
d. 11 Jan 1922 in Spokane, Washington; unmarried.
2. Effie Cameron BLANCHARD, b. 18 Jul 1862 in Peacham, Caledonia,
Vermont, d. 26 Sep 1882 in Peacham, Caledonia, Vermont; never
married; teacher in 1880 census
3. Walter Nathaniel BLANCHARD, b. 10 Jul 1864 in Peacham, Caledonia,
Vermont; d. 1 Nov 1933 in Peacham, Caledonia, Vermont; m. 8 June
1892 to Sarah Harriman; She b. Dec 1863 in VT; in 1900 US census
living in Peacham VT, no children at that time. In 1910 living
in Peacham VT with adopted dau Alice F., she b abt 1897 in VT.
He had a dairy farm there. By 1930 only Walter & wife Sarah
are living on farm in Peacham, with boarders, and cousin Mary
Eames. NO CHILDREN
4. Mary Elizabeth BLANCHARD; b. 28 Nov 1866 in Peacham, Caledonia,
Vermont, died Dec 1924 in Peacham, Caledonia, Vermont; m. 20 Dec
1892 in Peacham VT to Renwick L. Wilson, son of William &
Mary Ann (Whitehill) Wilson, b. OCT 19, 1863 in GROTON VT and
d. 2 June 1942; In 1900 US census a farmer in Peacham VT, with
wife Mary E, and children Elisabeth C (b July 1895 VT), and son
David M. (b. Sept 1897 in VT); In the 1920 census no children
in household, but several cousins. Mary E. owned part of Molly
Stark's wedding dress.
5. Edward Clark BLANCHARD, b 4 Feb 1869 in Peacham, Caledonia,
Vermont; m1) 31 Dec 1902 to Della Scott, she b. 21 Jan 1864; he
m2) aft 1930 to Eugenia Scott. She b 6 Oct 1868. He m3) 17 Nov
1936 to Lillian Dehuff. She b 9 March 1889. In 1930 living in
Spokane, Washington w/ wife "DeElla." She b. abt 1862
in Ohio. Sister-in-law, Alma Scott living with them, in 1910 same
location, in addition father-in-law "Stilsons" residing
with them, census shows no children born to wife.
6. Jane Merrill BLANCHARD, b b 28 Jul 1871 in Peacham, Caledonia,
Vermont; died 4 Feb 1935; m. 3 Sep 1930 to Renwick Wilson;
7. Lewis K. BLANCHARD, b April 1875 (census) or 27 Oct 1873 in
Peacham VT; d. 3 Sep 1926 in Chicago IL; m 10 Apr 1907 to Alice
Holton. She b. 17 Jan 1882 in Chicago IL; in 1900 boarding in
Woodstock VT. In 1920 living in Omaha, Douglas Co Nebraska with
wife Alice age 36 b IL, dau Dorothy 8 b IL [b abt 1912] and son
Lewis Jr. 5/12 b Nebraska [b abt 1919]
8. Alice Flora BLANCHARD, b 2 Aug 1875 in Peacham, Caledonia,
Vermont; m 18 Nov 1896 to Julius Jackson
9. James Staples BLANCHARD, b 6 Nov 1877 in Peacham, Caledonia,
Vermont; d. 18 Mar 1937 in White River Jct. VT; m. 18 Nov 1905
Georgia CLARK, dau of William Clark, she b. 23 Feb 1882 in MD.
In 1910 living in White River Junction, Windsor Co VT; In 1930
Census living in Hartford VT, with wife Georgia, sons John C.
(b abt 1909 VT), Robert S (b abt 1917 VT) and dau Priscilla C.
(b abt 1908 VT); occupation, dentist.
10. +Don Cameron BLANCHARD, b 28 Jun 1880 in Peacham, Caledonia,
Vermont, d. 17 Mar 1930 in Spokane, Washington; m. 22 June 1909
to Bess E. Read.
11. Philip Staples BLANCHARD, b. 12 Jul 1882 in Peacham, Caledonia,
Vermont; m. 17 June 1910 to Susette Gravenstein. She b. 23 May
1882 in Fiskville MI; he lived in CHicago IL.
Enoch-5 BLANCHARD (T. Jefferson/"Jeffie"-4 CAMERON,
Elizabeth-3 STARK, Gen John-2 Stark, Archibald-1) b 4 July 1830
in Peacham VT; graduated from Dartmouth College in 1855, Dartmouth
Medical College in 1857; surgeon of the 7th VT in the CIvil War;
he m. Susan Bugbee, dau of Dr. Ralph Bugbee of Waterford VT; in
practice at Minonk, IL, where he d. 11 March 1887.
Children of Dr. Enoch & Susan (Bugbee) BLANCHARD:
1. Jennette BLANCHARD, b. abt 1873 in IL
2. Irene Martha/Irena M. BLANCHARD, b. abt 1870 in Waterford VT,
Merrill-5 BLANCHARD (T. Jefferson/"Jeffie"-4 CAMERON,
Elizabeth-3 STARK, Gen John-2, Archibald), b. 2 Aug 1840 in Peacham
VT; d. 16 Aug 1886; m. 2 Oct 1871 to Jacob Trussell, Esq. He b.
20 Sep 1833 in Sutton VT, son of Joshua & Electa (Curtis)
Trussell; he m2) 9 Nov 1888, Mrs. Marietta C. Walbridge, widow
of Augustus J. Walbridge; His education was obtained in the schools
of Danville, supplemented by instruction at Phillips and Caledonia
County academies. After some experience in the profession of teaching,
he studied law with Mordecai Hale and Edward Harvey of McIndoes,
and for a short time was under the care of Judge Jonathan Ross.
In 1860 he was admitted to the Vermont bar and immediately began
to practice at Peacham. He served during the Civil War; Enlisted
as a Sergeant 1st Class on 21 September 1861, Enlisted in Company
D, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vermont on 19 November 1861, Promoted
to Full Lieutenant 2nd Class on 31 October 1862, Promoted to Full
Lieutenant 1st Class on 01 June 1863 effective 17 September 1863,
Wounded on 23 June 1864 at Nottoway Court House, VA, Mustered
out Company D, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vermont on 18 November 1864;
In 1880 US census living in Peacham, Caledonia Co VT;When the
civil war commenced Mr. Trussell patriotically enlisted in Co.
D, 1st Vt. Cavalry and served mostly with the Army of the Potomac,
participating in many battles, raids and skirmishes. He was severly
wounded in Wilson's raids, June 23, 1864, and was soon after discharged
as 1st lieutenant. When the 1st Regt. was completely routed at
Broad Run, Mosby, the guerrilla, pursued Trussell eight miles
to the picket lines and nearly succeeded in capturing him, being
very desirous to obtain possession of the particularly fine horse
which Mr. Trussell bestrode. After the close of the war he made
an expedition to Virginia City, Mont., driving fifteen hundred
miles across the plains. He then turned his steps to Sioux City,
Iowa, taking charge of a gang of men who were completing the railroad
to Omaha; he then engaged as contractor on the Union Pacific R.
R. till it was completed to Ogden, Utah, when he returned to Peacham
and bought a large farm on which he remained fourteen years. In
1882 he returned to the practice of law at Danville and ten years
later became engaged in trade at South Peacham. A Democrat until
the breaking out of the war he is now a strong Republican. Represented
his town in the Legislature of 1884 where he served on the military
committee. He attended and supported the Congregational church,
and was a member of Passumpsic Lodge, F. & A. M., of St. Johnsbury,
and Stevens Post, G. A. R.
Children of Jacob & Flora M. (Blanchard) TRUSSELL:
1. Nathaniel B. TRUSSELL, b. abt 1873 in Vermont. 1910 US census
living in St. Johnsbury VT with wife Lena J, b. abt 1873 in England
(immigrated 1873) having been married for 2 years. Shows 4 children,
3 living. Living with them is Flora H. b abt 1908/1909 in VT,
and step sons, William H. Taylor b abt 1903 in VT, and Charlena
I Taylor, stepdau b abt 1905 in VT. In 1930 living in Berlin,
Coos Co NH, same wife called "Salina" and no children
with them in that census; he is a laborer in a paper mill.
2. William TRUSSELL, b. abt 1876 in Vermont; in 1880 census with
parents, no more is known of him.
Lewis-5 CAMERON, (Uz-4 CAMERON, Elizabeth-3 STARK, Brig-Gen
John-2 Stark, Archibald-1)b. March 1843 in VT; He married about
1890 to Victoria --. She b. May 1863 in VT.
Children of Lewis & Victoria Cameron:
1. Uz CAMERON, b. 9 Aug 1890 in Walden VT; d. Aug 1978 prob near
Bennington VT; his WWI Draft card states he was a farm laborer
at Glover VT in 1917; of medium height and build, gray eyes and
2. Lester CAMERON, b. July 1892 VT; In 1906 in Montpelier VT directory
as providing creamery supplies; in 1920 in the VT State Hospital
for the Insane
3. Isabelle CAMERON, b. Aug 1894 VT
4. Jone CAMERON, b. Jan 1899 VT
Frances-5 CAMPBELL (Charlotte Stark-4 DICKEY, Sophia-3 Stark,
General John-2, Archibald-1) b. 7 March 1848 in N. Reading MA;
m. 30 Jun3 1870 in Center, Strafford NH to James Edwin Gerrish.
He b. 2 June 1846 in Nottingham, Rockingham Co NH.
Children of James E. & Sarah F. (Campbell) Gerrish:
1. +Samuel Warren GERRISH, b. 20 Nov 1870 in Northwood,
Rockingham Co NH; d. 10 Oct 1961 in Northwood NH; m. Annie Maria
2. Lottie F. GERRISH, b abt 1837 in Northwood, Rockingham Co NH
STARK (Robert-4 Stark, Lieut. John or Jonathan-3, Archibald-2,
Archibald-1) b 31 Oct 1835; married as 3d wife Albert Hills. He
b. in Chester NH 15 Jan 1824 and d. 27 Oct 1907 in Goffstown NH.
He had m1) March 1, 1846 to Sarah Shaw of Chester, b. 4 Oct 1823,
d. 15 Feb 1852. He m2) 2 June 1853 Lucy A. Brown. She b. 25 Sep
1825, d. 3 Aug 1860. Third he married 12 June 1861 to Jennie Stark.
She d. Nov 27, 1877. He married fourth 31 Dec 1887 Mrs. Mary Jane
Giddings, b. 27 Jan 1832 at West Topsham Vt, dau of Joseph and
Hannah (Worthley) Kidder. She d. 12 Sep 1918 in Goffstown. Mr.
Hills was a blacksmith; resided in Bedford NH for a number of
years where he followed his trade until the early seventies when
he came to Goffstown and purchased the Benjamin Leach house where
he lived until his death 27 Oct 1907.
Children of Albert & Sarah (Shaw) Hills [note these are not
Stark descendants]: Nellie Iantha, b 4 Jan 1848 in Manchester;
m. Nov 23 1870 William Henry Daggett.
Children of Albert & Jane/Jennie (STARK) HILLS:
1. Edwin Albert, b 10 July 1867; d. 17 Dec 1867
2. Frank Albert, b. 26 Oct 1867 ADOPTED; d. 16 May 1872
E.-5 STARK (Patrick-4, James-3, Archibald-2, Archibald-1)
b. 22 Jan 1852 in Hopkinton NH; m. 30 Sep 1876 at Manchester NH
to Charles William Rowell. She d. 2 Dec 1916 in Goffstown NH.
Charles William Rowell, son of Charles W. and Sarah B. (Hammond)
Rowell was born 25 Nov 1852 at Manchester NH. After finishing
his schooling he was for some years employed in the milk business
and then engaged in farming. He was a Democrat, residing at North
River Road, Manchester NH in the vicinity of his birth place.
After Mary died, he married 2d) 11 May 1895, Addie Pingree, dau
of Thomas and Ellen Pingree who was b. 1862.
Children of Charles W. & Mary E. (Stark) ROWELL:
1. Dudley Savory ROWELL, b at Lynn MA 2 July 1877 while his mother
was there on a visit among relatives. He received his education
in the public schools at Manchester NH, where his parents resided
and where he also lived. He married there 27 Dec 1897, Flora B.
Cate, dau of Lorenzo D. & Mary Ann (Whitney) Cate. She b.
at Manchester NH 1 Aug 1879.
2. Walter Stark ROWELL, b. 3 June 1878 Manchester NH; d. 25 Sept
3. Ashley Hill ROWELL, b. 18 Nov 1882 Manchester NH; d. 14 Jan
4. John Page Stark ROWELL, b. 27 Feb 1885 Manchester NH
EMERSON (Warren Chase-4 EMERSON, Elizabeth/Betsey-3 STARK,
Archibald-2, Archibald-1) m. 30 Dec 1862 at Eldorado, OH, John
D. FUDGE, who was b abt 1862 in Ohio and d. at Butte, Mont. 15
June 1895; In the 1880 US Census this family is living in Monroe,
Preble Co OH;
Children of John & Elizabeth (Emerson) FUDGE:
1. Floy Frances FUDGE, (son) b. abt 1863 in OH
2. Nellie Pearl FUDGE, b. abt 1879 in El Dorado OH, d. 21 Dec
1860 at Yellowstone Montana age 82; m. Edgar Jacob Strasburger;
She DAR member #58886; Edgar b. 5 Aug 1876 in Montana [his father
from Poland] and d. Jan 1963 in Montana. In 1930 U.S. Census living
in Butte, Silver Bow Co. Montana, as a civil mining engineer.
Nellie's brother Floy F. Fudge, single age 66 is living with them.
In 1910 census in Butte, Nellie states she has had no children.
H.-6 Gamble (John Stark-5 Gamble, John Stark-4 Gamble, Archibald-3
Gamble, Anna-2 STARK, Archibald-1) b. Nov 1852 in Manchester NH,
and who m. 1 Oct 1878 Manchester NH to Harriet W. Sleeper, dau
of Jonathan & Harriet Sleeper of Gilmanton NH. In 1900 entire
family living in Manchester NH with widowed mother.
Children of John S. & Harriet (Sleeper) Gamble:
1. Alice Gamble, b. Jan 1879 NH; m. 31 Aug 1902 George H. Carr.
2. Estella "Stella" Gamble, b. Feb 1884 in NH; m. 25
Jan 1902 in Manchester NH to John Edward Lapete
3. Louis Herbert Gamble, b 8 May 1886 Manchester NH; m. 26 Jan
1924 in Manchester NH to Grace Fellows, dau of Almus & Georgianna
(Lemere) Fellows. Had at least one child, Walter Sleeper Gamble,
b. 1945 and d. 25 Oct 1945.
4. Walter Abbott Gamble, b. 17 Jan 1888, Manchester NH; d. 31
Jan 1943 Manchester NH
5. Thomas Augustus Gamble, b. 15 July 1891 Manchester NH; World
War I registration card, living in Andover MA, a farmer. In 1942
World War II Draft Card, shows living in Reeds Ferry (Merrimack
6. Ruth Gamble, b. Feb 1893 NH; m. 21 Jul 1914 in Manchester NH
to Charles Bamford, son of Luther & Katie (Coburn) Bamford.
6. Martin Gamble, b. 17 Aug 1895 Manchester NH; in 1917 his WWI
Registration Card shows him living in Saco, Maine, a signalman
for the B&M Railroad.
Arlindo-6 REID (Elizabeth Frances-5 WINDSOR, Sarah Elizabeth-4
Stark, Archibald-3, William-2, Archibald-1) , b. 25 July 1855
near New Paris OH; d 13 June 1920 in Richmond IN. He m. 14 Nov
1878 in Preble OH to Emma Kelley.
Children of Pettis A & Emma (Kelley) REID:
1. Walter Verling REID, b. 26 Oct 1879 in Preble OH; d. 10 May
1960 in Wayne Co IN; m. 11 Nov 1903 to Mary Alice Kinsey, dau
of Thomas Kinsey
Mabel Caroline REID; b. 15 Aug 1881 in Eaton, Preble Co OH; d.
28 Apr 1971 Eaton, Preble Co OH; m. 30 Apr 1907 in Wayne Co IN
to Wallace Boys Simmons
Bertha Reid b. 17 Apr 1886 in Richmand IN; d. 11 Nov 1959
in Richmond IN; m. Frederick GENNETT. Had children (1) Robert
Pettis, b 1 Nov 1908 in Richmond IN; d. 3 Apr 1985 in Vestavia
Hills AL; m. 11 Apr 1935 to Mary Swaim Hayward and had child,
Judith Ann GENNETT. (2) Richard Henry, b 11 July 1912, d. 2 Dec
1993 m. Katherine Busche; (3) Fred, b. 2 Feb 1916, d 2 Sep 1933
in Richmond IN, (4) Henry, b 12 June 1922, d. 16 June 1989, m.
Pettis Arlindo-6 REID (Elizabeth Frances-5 WINDSOR, Sarah
Elizabeth-4 STARK, Archibald-3, William-2, Archibald-1) b. 25
July 1855 near New Paris OH; d 13 June 1920 in Richmond IN. He
m. 14 Nov 1878 in Preble OH to Emma Kelley.
Children of Pettis A & Emma (Kelley) REID:
1. Walter Verling REID, b. 26 Oct 1879 in Preble OH; d. 10 May
1960 in Wayne Co IN; m. 11 Nov 1903 to Mary Alice Kinsey, dau
of Thomas Kinsey
2. Mabel Caroline REID; b. 15 Aug 1881 in Eaton, Preble Co OH;
d. 28 Apr 1971 Eaton, Preble Co OH; m. 30 Apr 1907 in Wayne Co
IN to Wallace Boys Simmons;
3. Hazel Bertha Reid b. 17 Apr 1886 in Richmand IN; d. 11 Nov
1959 in Richmond IN; m. Frederick GENNETT. Had children (1) Robert
Pettis, b 1 Nov 1908 in Richmond IN; d. 3 Apr 1985 in Vestavia
Hills AL; m. 11 Apr 1935 to Mary Swaim Hayward and had child,
Judith Ann GENNETT. (2) Richard Henry, b 11 July 1912, d. 2 Dec
1993 m. Katherine Busche; (3) Fred, b. 2 Feb 1916, d 2 Sep 1933
in Richmond IN, (4) Henry, b 12 June 1922, d. 16 June 1989, m.
J.-6 STARK (Lewis Henry-5, Rodney G.-4, Thomas-3, William-2,
Archibald-1), b. 30 Jan 1867; m. 17 Sep 1890 to Frank A. Parker,
son of John M. & Letitia C. (Stinson) Parker. He b. 1 June
1866. He was educated in the schools of Goffstown, Gilmanton and
Manchester NH. At the age of 21 he became associated with his
brother, Charles S., in the mercantile business, and for several
years in custom grinding and grain; also operating wood and timber
lots. Mr. Parker represented his native tiwn in the legilsature
in 1900, and has been a member of the school board. Resided on
High Street in Goffstown NH, in the home he constructed in 1895.
Children of Frank A. & Annie J. (Stark) PARKER:
1. Clara Letitia PARKER, b. 14 Jan 1893; graduate of Lasell Seminar,
Class of 1912.
2. Marion S. PARKER, b. 8 June 1897, d. 5 June 1911 in Goffstown
L.-6 "Freddy" STARK (Lewis Henry-5, Rodney G.-4,
Thomas-3, William-2, Archibald-1) b. 31 Aug 1875; m. 8 Nov 1905,
Caroline L. "Carrie" Morgrage, b. in Weare, 16 Feb 1875,
dau of A.J. and Josette (Simons) Morgrage. He resided on Elm Street
in Goffstown NH where he was engaged in poultry raising. He died
1930 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough
> Goffstown > District 8
Fred L. Head W M W 55 M 30 no yes NH NH VT poultryman
Carrie M. Wife - H F W 55 M 30 NH NH NH
Lewis M Son M W 22 S
Margaret Dau F W 20 S
Robert L. son M W 18 S
Morvage Ann S. M in law F W ? Wd 52
Children of Frederick L. & Caroline (Morgrage) Stark [b.
in Goffstown NH]
1. Lewis Morgrage STARK, b. 8 Jan 1908; died 28 Jun 2004 Bedford
NH; member of the American Antiquarian Society in October, 1957
New York, NY; 1929
alumnus of UNH who donated paper to that university, along
with a bookplate
collection. Lewis Stark began collecting bookplates as an
undergraduate at UNH in the late 1920s and later used this collection
as the basis for his master's thesis, "English Literature
as Reflected in Bookplate Design." From UNH newsletter: Lewis
M. Stark 29, 31G of Goffstown, N.H., died on June
28. He was 96. Stark received a B.A. in music and an M.A. in English
from UNH, and then earned a masters degree from Columbia
Universitys School of Library Service. Until his retirement
in 1972, he was the chief of the rare books division of the New
York City Public Library. Stark was also an accomplished pianist
and a passionate collector of early New Hampshire imprints, many
of which he donated to UNHs Special Collections. Family
members include four nieces; grand-nieces and nephews; and great-grandnieces
and nephews" (Jane Fling; Margaret Smith; Elizabeth S.; Rodney
L. Stark; Robert L. Stark; Frederick L. (Morgrage) Stark; Marilyn
S. Carson; Nancy Stephenson)
2. Margaret STARK, b. 25 May 1909
3. Robert L. STARK, b. 6 June 1911; died Aug 1976 in Goffstown
NH; In 1951 assistant Clerk of the NH House of Representatives,
Secretary of state of New Hampshire, 1960-76. He had son, Rodney
L. S., b Goffstown, N.H., b. 1946.
Frederick Morris-6 STARK (Samuel Henry-5 NEWELL, AKA JOHN-5
STARK, Elizabeth-4 Stark, Caleb Page-3, General John-2, Archibald-1),
b 20 Feb 1848 in Dunbarton NH; d. March 1934 in Dunbarton NH;
m. 26 Feb 1878 to Annie McNeil of Hillsboro NH. She b. 14 March
1858 in Lowell MA, dau of Col. John and Cynthia (Morse) McNeil,
grand-daughter of Gen. Solomon McNeil and Nancy (Pierce) McNeil,
a descendant of John McNeil who was in the Louisburg expedition
in 1744-1745 and came originally from Londonderry. She reportedly
was a niece of President Franklin Pierce. Charles F. M. Stark
was a student at St. Paul's School in Concord . After leaving
school, he resided for a number of years in New York City , and
for a time was interested in insurance in New York and Boston
. He finally returned to the
family homestead in Dunbarton, it having become his property
through inheritance. The house was built by his great-grandfather,
Major Caleb Stark , a son of General John Stark , and who did
good service to his county in the Revolutionary War. It was built
after the model of an English manor house, and is a quaint and
interesting piece of architecture. Every room it contains is replete
with historic memories. Heirlooms and relics both of the Stark
and Morris families abound on every hand. In the north-west corner
room, on the second floor, is the four-posted mahogany bed, with
canopy top, in which Lafayette slept while on a visit here. About
half a mile away from the house is the old cemetery, where rest
the remains of Major Caleb Stark , and in which others of renown
Child of Charles F.M. & Annie (McNeil) Stark:
1. John McNeil STARK, b. 7 Apr 1882 in Winchester MA; In 1900
US census living with parents in Dunbarton NH; lawyer in Concord
NH. In the summer he conducted tourist camps at Newfound Lake
in Bristol NH
Crabbe-6 NEWELL (Charles Stark NEWELL-5, Elizabeth-4 STARK,
Caleb Page-3 Major General John-2, Archibald-1) b. 6 July 1852
in Lawrence MA, and died 4 Feb 1921 in Brookline MA at his home
on Beacon Street. He was educated at Trinity School, New York
City, preparatory to entering Columbia Law School, in the meantime
reading law in the office of his father. During this period Mr.
Newell was in the service of Hon. Samuel J. Tilden, reform Governor
of New York in 1876, and Democratic candidate for Presidency in
that year. When Mr. Tilden became Governor, Mr. Newell accompanied
him to Albany as his private secretary, and was retained by Mr.
Tilden's successor, Governor Lucius Robinson, throughout his entire
term. With his wife and first-born son, Mr. Newell then returned
to Boston, where for a short period he was engaged in the oil
and commission business. Subsquently he became an expert accountant
and auditor in Boston, which pursuit he followed for the remainder
of his life. In 1889 he removed to Winchester, MA where he was
elected town auditor. Eventually he removed to Brookline. He served
as first vice-president of the Massachusetts Society of Expert
Accountants, was affiliated with the Masonic Order as a member
of the William Parkman Lodge of Winchester, and was a member of
the Massachusetts Society, Sons of the American Revolution. He
m. in St. Paul's Church, Boston MA, on 20 June 1877, Ellen Augusta
Doane, b. in Boston MA 17 March 1854, died in Winchester MA, 30
March 1907, aged 53, dau of George Alexander and Abigail Prince
(Bucknam) Doane. She led an active life in community affairs at
Winchester, being much interested in the public welfare. For many
years she was a member of the charity committee of the Episcopal
Church of the Epiphany. She was a charter member of the Winchester
Visiting Nurses Association. After Mrs. Ellen Newell's death,
Mr. Newell married in New York CIty, Mrs. Julia Higgenbotham Brown.
There were no children by his 2d marriage.
Children of William C. & Ellen A. (Doane) NEWELL:
1. +William Stark NEWELL b 31 May 1878 in Albany NY; m.
2 Feb 1907 to Caroline Elizabeth Moulton; children are Ellen Doane,
John Rogers and Mary (NEWELL).
2. +Charles Frederick NEWELL, b. 14 Feb 1880 in Boston
MA; he d. 14 Sep 1942 in Winchester MA; m. 6 Apr 1908 in Winchester
MA to Alice Josephine Andrews. Children: Frances Stark and Roger
3. +Carroll Doane NEWELL, b. 6 Oct 1887 in Boston MA; m.
27 June 1914 in Peconic, Suffolk Co NY to Rosalind Corwin Case;
Children: Katherine Stark Newell (who m. Frederick Hill Mayne).
4. +Joan Sinclair NEWELL, b. 10 March 1891 in Winchester
MA; m. 18 Aug 1914 in Bath, Sagadahoc, ME to Phillip Hubbell Jones;
Children (JONES): Newell Shelton, Phillip Hubbell Jr., Barbara
Huntington, and Carol Stark.
WINSLOW (Francis-5 WINSLOW, Sarah-4 STARK, Major Caleb Page-3,
General John-2, Archibald-1) b. 25 June 1851; d. 23 June 1908;
lived in New Bern and Raleigh, North Carolina; m. 17 Oct 1881
to Harriet Patterson. She was born Nov 1859 in California dau
of Carlisle/Carlile P. & Elizabeth "Eliza" W. (Pearson)
Patterson. Her father was a captain of a steamboat [per 1860 census
of Oakland, Alameda Co, California]
Children of Francis & Harriet (Patterson) Winslow:
1. Harriet Patterson Winslow b: 8 AUG 1882 in Washington D.C.;
in 1927 government service, Washington DC; In 1930 U.S. census
living in Washington DC with her sister Mary, no occupation
2. Carlile Patterson Winslow b: 5 AUG 1884 in Washington D.C..
He died in 1981 (according to Who Was Who in America). He registered
for the WWI draft on 12 Sep 1918, his occupation working for the
Forest Products Laboratory, U.S. Government, and residing in Madison,
Wisconsin, unmarried at that time, his mother, Mrs. Francis Winslow
being his next of kin. The newspaper, "Wisconsin Rapids Daily
Tribune" of July 22, 1944 contains an article noting him
as head of the U.S. Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin
(and includes a photograph). In 1930 he was single, lodging in
Madison, Dane Co., Wisconsin.
3. Mary Nelson Winslow b: 22 SEP 1887 in North Carolina; 1927
govt service, Washington DC; In 1930 U.S. census living in Washington
DC, single, with her sister Harriet, occupation, director ?, U.S.
4. Francis Winslow b: 22 June 1889 [or Dec 1886] in Rhode Island;
in 1927 mining engineer, National Chamber of Commerce, Washington
DC; m. 17 March 1927 to Laura Bryn; She was b. about 1904 in Norway.
In 1930 living in Washington D.C. at 1245 N. Street, with wife
and daughter Laura Winslow (b abt 1928 in British Columbia)
5. Pearson Winslow b: 1 SEP 1893 [or Aug 1888] in Jamestown, Rhode
Island; d. 13 Dec 1950; interred 15 Dec 1950 in Arlington National
Cemetery in Section 3 Site 2148 Cl. His WWI Draft registration
indicates in 1917 he was a mechanical engineer working for Cott
& McHenry, being single at that time, and residing in Maryland.
6. Cameron Winslow; b. June 1891 in North Carolina, m. 25 Feb
1928 to Elizabeth Thompson. She was born about 1903 in New York.
In 1930 residing (per census) in Hartford CT with wife Elizabeth
T. and daughter Elizabeth (age 6/12) b. abt 1929 in CT. At that
time his occupation was financial advisor, insurance. In 1964
Cameron Winslow and wife Elizabeth T. are found residing at Huckleberry
Lane in the Mystic CT area.
McRae-6 WINSLOW (Francis-5 WINSLOW, Sarah-4 STARK, Major Caleb
Page-3, General John-2, Archibald-1) b. 29 July 1854 in Washington
DC; d. 2 Jan 1932 in Boston MA; Rear Admiral, USN; served in the
United States Navy during the Spanish-American War and World War
I. (He was the second cousin of Rear Admiral John A. Winslow,
who served in the Civil War). He graduated from the United States
Naval Academy in 1874, after which followed years of extensive
sea duty. During the 1898 war with Spain, then-Lieutenant Winslow
served on board Nashville. He was commended for extraordinary
heroism when, on 11 May 1898, he commanded a boat expedition from
Nashville and Marblehead which succeeded in cutting two submarine
cables off Cienfuegos, Cuba, which linked Cuba with Europe. Despite
withering enemy fire from point-blank range, which resulted in
a bullet wound to his hand, Winslow retained command throughout
the engagement. Winslow commanded Charleston from 1905 to 1907
and battleship New Hampshire from 1908 to 1909. Promoted to rear
admiral on 14 September 1911, Winslow was Commander in Chief,
United States Pacific Fleet, from 13 September 1915 until 29 July
1916 when he was retired due to the statutory age limit. Recalled
to active duty in World War I, he served as Inspector of Naval
Districts on the Atlantic coast until again retiring on 11 November
1919. (The first two ships named USS Winslow honored his cousin,
Rear Admiral John Ancrum Winslow, and Winslow (DD-359) honored
Rear Admiral Cameron McRae Winslow as well). He m. 18 Sep 1899
to Theodora "Dora" Havermeyer. She b. abt 1879 in NY.
They lived in Boston MA in 1920 (US Census) and also in Newport
RI in 1928. In 1931, widow Theodora Winslow was living at Eustis
Villa, 84 Narragansett Ave in Newport RI with Natalie Winslow.
Children of Cameron M. & Theodore (Havermeyer) Winslow:
1. Natalie E. Winslow b: 16 JUL 1900 in NJ; unmarried; d. 15 Aug
1974 in New York City, NY
2. Cameron MacRae Winslow, Jr. b: 10 JUL 1901; attended U.S. Naval
Academy, 1928 Ensign US Navy; d. July 1981 in Newport RI; married
abt 1934 to Miss Natalie Hess. She was a dog breeder and judge,
and painter of dogs. They resided in Newport RI
3. Theodora Winslow b: 20 JUL 1903 in RI; m. Auguste Louis Noel;
in 1936 living on Narragansett Avenue in Newport RI. In 1942 Auguste
L. and Theodora Noel were living at "Flower Bungalow"
Bellevue ave corner of Leroy Ave in Newport RI. Auguste L. was
an architect of New York City and Newport, Rhode Island. He created
plans for the Whitney Museum of American Art, National Museum
of Racing, and stately residences on the east coast. He was born
30 Dec 1884 and died March 1964. They had at least one child,
Carlotta Marie Noel, who in August of 1950 was shown in the Newport
RI newspaper as going to be introduced to society the following
winter in New York City.
4. Emilie/Emily Winslow b: 2 AUG 1904 in RI
5. John Chilton Winslow b: 30 NOV 1908 in NY
6. Arthur Winslow b: 1 FEB 1913 in RI; d. 9 Nov 1987 in Pepper
Pike, Cuyahoga County; physician
WINSLOW (Francis-5 WINSLOW, Sarah-4 STARK, Major Caleb Page-3,
General John-2, Archibald-1), b. 8 Aug 1860 in Winston-Salem NC.
mining engineer. m. 19 May 1887 to Mary Livingston Devereux, dau
of John & Margaret (Mordecai) Devereux. Resided in Boston
MA and other locations; Author of "Francis Winslow, His Forebears
and Life," 1935. Lived in Germany with his mother from May
1871 to 1876. In 1877 attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Boston MA, graduating in 1881. Resided Chestnut St., Boston MA.
Also resided in Kansas City, MO.
Children of Arthur & Mary L. (Devereux) Winslow:
1. +Charlotte Winslow, b. 7 Feb 1888 in North Carolina;
d. 1954; m. 26 Apr 1916 to Robert Traill Spence Lowell III.
2. John Devereux Winslow, b. 13 Feb 1892 at Raleigh N.C.; m. 1
Sep 1917 to Alice C. Thorndike of Boston MA. Had ch: (Winslow)
Jacqueline, Alice Amory (who m. -- Stuart) and Mary Chilton
3. Sarah Howard Winslow, b. 16 June 1893 in Missouri
S.-6 DINSMOOR, (Caroline-5 STARK, Gradus Bakeman-4, John-3,
Gen John-2, Archibald-1)
23 Sep 1837 in Laconia NH and d. 24 March 1883 in Laconia NH.;
m. Amelia Whittemore. She b. April 1840 in NH. He attended Gilford
academy and New London Literary and Scientific Institution, graduating
in 1860. He read law in the offices of Hon. Wm. Blair, Geo. W.
Stevens Esq. and Hon. O.A. J. Vaughan and was admitted to the
bar in 1864. In 1865 he was cashier of the Laconia National Bank.
He was a member of Gov. Chesney's staff. In 1882 he was a Republican,
elected senator from the Laconia district. He was a mason, member
of Mt. Lebanon Lodge.
Children of Daniel L. & Amelia W. Dinsmoor:
1. Arthur W. Dinsmoor, b 11 Jan 1870 in NH; m. bef 1920 to Amy
W., she b. abt 1870 in MA. In 1920 asst. cashier in a bank, living
in Laconia NH; March 22-August 8, 1897 City Treasurer, Laconia,
N.H. and Manager, Laconia National Bank.; d. Aug 1964 in NH. Their
son, Daniel Stark Dinsmoor, (b. 22 Sep 1894 and d. 19 Dec 1988)
was married to Jean Masson Dinsmoor. Daniel Stark Dinsmoor's only
child was James Arthur Dinsmoor (b. 1927 in Massachusetts, died
August 2005 in Laconia, NH). His oldest son, by Anne ____ is Daniel
Stark Dinsmoor II. Daniel Stark Dinsmoor II is currently married
to Jeanne B---. Daniel II has children Ari Benjamin, and Gabriel
James (by his first wife, Joyce H.C. Dinsmoor, now deceased) and
Joseph Isaac Dinsmoor and Lily Dinsmoor (by his current wife).
The other two children of James A. Dinsmoor by Kay Sawyer Dinsmoor
are Mara Jean Dinsmoor, MD of Wilmette, IL and Robert Scott Dinsmoor
of S. Hamilton, MA.
2. Amos J. Dinsmoor, aka A. Jameson, b Jan 1874 in NH; married
Mabel J. --. She b. March 1874 in NH. In 1920 US census a merchant
of retail dry goods, living in Laconia NH. In 1900 census they
had son Harold J. b May 1900 living with them. Other children
(Dinsmoor) from 1920 census: (Francis J., dau age 16, Elizabeth
S., dau age 12 NH, Flora J., age 9 NH, and son James R. 2-1/2
NH). In this census his mother Amelia is living with him.
Spaulding-6 STARK (Leonard-5, Gradus Bakeman-4, John-3, Gen
John-2, Archibald-1) b. 25 Aug 1847 in Barre MA; d. 19 Nov 1914
in Boylston MA; m. abt 1871 to Mary Elizabeth Shattuck. She b.
18 Oct 1850 in Pepperell MA and d. 3 June 1878 in Barre, MA.
Child of Leonard & Mary E. (Shattuck) Stark:
1. +Fred Clifton Stark, b. 4 Sep 1877 in Hubbardston MA
Caroline-6 HASSELL (Elizabeth Franklin-5 STARK, Gradus Bakeman-4
Stark, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. Nov 1851 in New Ipswich
NH; she married about 1872 to Frederick Danforth Shattuck. He
b. Nov 1846 in MA. Annie was DAR #32119; In 1900 family living
in Fitchburg, Worcester Co. MA, his occupation: provision dealer.
Children of Frederick D. & Annie C. (Hassell) Shattuck:
1. Marion Elizabeth Shattuck, b. Feb 1873 in Fitchburg MA; married
Herbert William Crafts; she was DAR #32120; in 1920 living with
parents, surname Shattuck? and shown as single.
2. Florence Amelia SHATTUCK, b. Dec 1875 in Fitchburg MA. She
was DAR #41331. In 1910 living with parents, single, in Fitchburg
3. Frederick Arthur SHATTUCK, b. July 1879 in MA; In 1910 &
1920 living with parents, single, in Fitchburg MA
Stark-6 KIDDER (Samuel Blodget-5 KIDDER, Betsey-4 STARK, John-3,
General John-2, Archibald-1), b. at Manchester NH 27 Dec 1828,
died there 12 June 1897. He married at Manchester, 29 July 1872,
Mrs. Emma (Stark) Morse, born there, 25 Aug 1832; died at Pepperell
MA 22 Sep 1905, dau of Samuel & Mary (Porter) Stark. She mad
married first, in 1850, Amos Foster Morse. Charles Stark Kidder
served in the Civil War with Company K., 1st Regiment, NH Cavalry.
He was a widely known civil engineer, and was connected with the
survey of the railroad across the Isthmus of Panama. NO CHILDREN.
Phillips-6 KIDDER (Samuel Blodget-5 KIDDER, Betsey-4 STARK,
John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1), an engineer to Manchester NH,
born at Manchester 28 Nov 1830, died there 28 Nov 1899. He married
1) 16 Oct 1856, Emeline Lucretia Thompson of Lowell MA, born at
Merrimack, Hillsborough Co NH 9 May 1837, died at Lowell MA 9
Feb 1873, dau of James and Priscilla (Woods) Thompson; he m2)
at Lowell MA 9 Dec 1875, Mary Mosley Jones of Lowell, born in
NH, dau of Urbane Hough and Sophia (Hough) Jones.
Child of Samuel P. & Emeline L. (Thompson) KIDDER:
1. +Willis Samuel KIDDER, b. 14 Dec 1857 at Nashua NH
Rundlett-6 KIDDER (Samuel Blodget-5 KIDDER) Betsey-4 STARK,
John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1), b. at Manchester NH 8 Feb 1836,
d. 3 Aug 1915; He married at Nashua NH 14 Nov 1876, Helen Tyler
Emerson of that city. Resided in Nashua NH. In 1910 both are living
in Manhatten NY, census shows no children born to them , i.e.
Ann-6 KIDDER (Samuel Blodgett-5 KIDDER, Betsey-4 STARK, John-3,
Gen. John-2, Archibald-1) b. 2 May 1838; d at Rochester NY 6 Nov
1886; m. at Manchester 6 Dec 1855, George Vernon REYNOLDS of Rochester
NY, he b. at Providence RI 19 Nov 1833, d at BUffalo NY 13 March
1901, son of George & Betsy Reynolds.
Children of George V. & Mary A. (Kidder) REYNOLDS:
1. Frank Vernon REYNOLDS, b. at Manchester NH 6 May 1857; m(1)
at Rochester 1889, Mary Robbins; m(2) at Brockport NY, Florence
King. In 1900 US census living in Rochester NY with 2d wife Florence
B. She b. Jan 1870 in Canada, no children listed. Boarding with
Lindsey Miles and his wife. In 1910 same location, no children.
2. Charles Lewis REYNOLDS, b. at Manchester NH 8 Jan 1861; d.
4 Apr 1863.
3. +Grace Emma REYNOLDS, b. at Collinsville, Hartford CT,
26 Jan 1864; m. at Manchester NH 1 June 1887, Ralph Thrall Olcutt.
Three sons, residence, Rochester.
Parker-6 KIDDER, (Samuel Blodget-5 KIDDER, Betsy-4 STARK,
John-3, General John-2, Archibald-1) b. at Manchester NH 12 pr
1844; died at Concord NH 17 May 1901; He m. at Manchester NH 3
July 1871 to Laura Arvilla Montgomery, dau of Thomas S. &
Lizzie Montgomery. She b abt 1849 in NH; In 1880 US Census living
in Manchester NH; He was city clerk of Manchester NH for 20 years.
He served 3 years in the Civil War with the Rhode Island Cavalry,
and was a prisoner at Libby Prison and at Belle Isle. He was wounded
at the Battle of Winchester, losing his left foot; resided 313
Manchester Street in Manchester NH.
Children of Nathan P. & Laura A. (Montgomery) KIDDER:
1. Harriet "Hattie" Eunice KIDDER, b 30 Dec 1872 in
Manchester NH; m. Joseph Henry Brown, DAR#60861. On descendants
list "of Quincy MA."
2. Florence Montgomery KIDDER, b 10 Dec 1875 in Manchester NH
Joseph-6 KIDDER (Samuel Blodget-5 KIDDER, Betsy-4 STARK, John-3,
Gen. John-2, Archibald-1), b. at Manchester NH 30 Dec 1846. He
married at Manchester NH, 27 Dec 1879, Eva Mary Durgin, born there,
dau of Charles S. & Emma Durgin. An engineer. Residence, Burlington
IA, and Chicago IL. He served during the Civil War in Company
M., 1st NH Volunteer Cavalry. In 1900 census shows no children
born. In 1910 census no children in household, so probably no
issue from this family.
KIDDER (John Sullivan-5, Betsy-4 STARK, John-3, Gen. John-2,
Archibald-1), of Manchester NH, born there 19 Dec 1838. He married
1) 16 Feb 1875, Julia A. Perry, b. at Henniker, NH, died at Manchester
NH 5 July 1889 "aged 41 yrs 3 mo 29 days," dau of Caleb
& Marion G. (Rogers) Perry; he m2) at Manchester 26 May 1898,
Clara Emerson of Manchester, born at Bradford NH, dau of Elbridge
and Mary (Peaslee) Emerson. Frank Kidder was a soldier in the
Civil War, enlisting 28 Oct 1861 in Company D, 7th NH Regiment,
Volunteer Infantry; he was discharged 6 Jan 1862 at Beaufort,
Children of Frank & Julia A. (Perry) KIDDER:
1. Fannie Elizabeth KIDDER, b. 12 June 1877
2. Ruth KIDDER, b. 20 June 1884
Moore (John Stark-5 Moore, Emily/Emilia-4 STARK, John-3, Gen
John-2, Archibald-1) b. abt 1843 in Lowell MA. She married 31
Dec 1867 in Waltham MA to Charles Henry Ayer. He was b abt 1841
in Benton MA, son of Thomas and Lydia Ayer. He was a dial painter.
He died in 1897 in Waltham MA. She died after 1930 census.
1910 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Middlesex
> Waltham Ward 6 > District 1052
Ayer, Juliet Head F W 66 m1x 4 ch 4 living NH NH NH housekeeping
Ayer, Walter K. son M W 38 single MA MA MA gardener greenhouse
Ayer, Adele L. dau F W 33 single MA MA MA milliner, store
Ayer, Martin son M W 21 m1x 0 yrs MA MA MA book keeper, bank
Ayer, Alice, dau in law F W 20 m1x 0 yrs 0 ch 0 living MA Can-English
MA polisher, watch factory
Ebbert, Bessie dau F W 30 m1x 5 yrs 0 ch 0 living MA MA MA milliner
1920 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Middlesex
> Waltham Ward 6 > District 504
Ayer, Juliet Head F W 75 widow MA NH NH no occupation
Ayer, Walter K. M W 49 single MA MA MA no occupation
Ayer, Adele dau F W 42 single MA MA MA chemist
Children of Charles Henry & Juliet (Moor/Moore) Ayer:
1. Walter K. Ayer (b. abt 1871)
2. Adele Louise Ayer (b. 28 Dec 1877 in Waltham MA)
3. Bessie M. Ayer, b. 6 May 1879 in Waltham MA)
4. Russell W. "Martin" Ayer, b. 13 Feb 1888/1889 in
Waltham MA. In 1880 Census shown living in Waltham MA.
MOORE (Milton-5 MOORE, Emily/Emelia-4 Stark, John-3, Gen John-2,
Archibald-1), b abt 1831 MA; was "of Quincy, Mass" in
1887; married by 1864 to Mary A. --. She b abt 1840 in Maine.
In 1880 US Census living in Quincy MA. Reportedly m. at Manchester
NH 15 Feb 1883 to his cousin Emily/Emma Spinney. No children from
Children of Charles & Mary A. Moore (may be more):
1. Frank E. Moore, b abt 1864 MA
2. Albion P. Moore, b abt 1870 MA
3. William H. Moore, H. b abt 1876 MA
"Lotta"-6 MOORE (Milton-5 MOORE, Emily/Emelia-4
STARK, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. 18 May 1841 MA; m.
George H. Ferguson. He b. abt 1837 in Nova Scotia, carriage maker;
In 1870 living in Lawrence MA [indexer has last name incorrectly
as "Largesson"]. In 1880 US census family (George H.,
Lotta, Leona M, Nettie M and Grace) is living in Lawrence MA;
in 1881 Lawrence MA directory, George H. Ferguson carriage manufacturer
at Methuen MA, corner Franklin St; residing house 192 Broadway
in Lawrence MA. In 1910 Charlotte and husband George are living
with daughter Leona, husband and children in Lynn MA.
Children of George & Charlotte/Lotta (Moore) Ferguson:
1. +Leona "Lorna" M. FERGUSON, b. May 1861 in
MA; m. abt 1883 to Sydney/Sidney B. Dane
2. +Nettie Maude FERGUSON, b. 1864; m. Volentine R. Merrill,
he b. abt 1859 in ME son of Nathan & Nancy Merrill. 4 ch
3. +Arlie "Grace" FERGUSON, b. 1871 in Lawrence
MA; m. Charles Byron Goodale
MOORE, b. 4 May 1846 Andover MA; m. William H. Milkins. He
b. abt 1847 in Danville PA. NEHGS Database of birth of their son
Frank, shows her name as Marietta, and that William was an Iron
Finisher, their address being 22 East Street, and he b. Danville
PA or NY. In 1900 she was living in Lynn MA with children Frank,
Ethel, and Elmer. In 1910 She was living in Lynn MA with son Elmer.
In 1920 living in Lynn MA. In 1930 living in Salem MA with dau
Ethel and her family. At no time do I see Mary listed as a widow,
and I find a William H. Milkins living in PA so possibly they
were divorced, separated, or simply living apart.
Children of William H. & Mary/Marietta-6 Moore MILKINS
(6 children, 4 survived according to 1930 census):
1. Florence L. MILKINS, married 1884 in Boston MA to ?
2. Frank Wagner MILKINS, b. 5 May 1875 in Boston MA
3. William Garfield MILKINS, b. 1880, d. 1883
4. Ethel Etta MILKINS, b. June 1886 in MA; m. 1906 in Natick MA
to George L. Robinson. Living in Salem MA in 1930 with children
Harry C (23 MA), and Emma (age 22 MA)
5. Elmer Ellsworth MILKINS, b. 18 July 1889 in Boston MA; Filled
out WWI Draft card in 1917 states he was under treatment for pulmonary
John F-6 STARK (General George-5, Frederick Gilman-4, John-3,
General John-2, Archibald-1) b. April 1851 in NH and d. 4 Mar
1920 in Manchester NH; m1) 6 Nov 1873 in Manchester NH to Eva
Barr, dau of Matthew & Esther (Clapp) Barr. She b. 10 Dec
1851, and d. 9 July 1875 in Bedford NH, shortly after the birth
of her son, George; John m2) 20 Nov 1877 to Carrie Barr, sister
of his first wife. She was b. 24 Aug 1853 in Bedford NH, and died
after her husband.
Child of John F. & Eva (Barr) Stark:
Francis Stark, b. 2 July 1875 Nashua NH, died January 15, 1925.
He is buried in the Nashua Cemetery, Nashua NH ; m. Alice Isabelle
Whitney. She b. Boston MA in 1873 and d. 1967. In 1910 he and
Alice were listed as residents of Philadelphia PA, he being a
carpenter. In 1917 he was listed as a patient in the New England
Sanitarium in Stoneham MA. He remained there as listed in the
1920 Census. She continued to live in Boston as shown on his WWI
Draft Card. In 1920 she was listed as living with her sister,
Henrietta Keith (Whitney), Arthur MacArthur Keith, and Mildred
Angier. In the 1930 Census she was listed as a maid in the Bellview
Hotel, Boston MA, adjacent to the MA State House. until a fall
in the hotel in early 1967 (yes I said 1967) sent her to a nursing
home in Arlington MA where she died on August 5, 1967. She is
buried in the family plot in Mount Hope Cemetery, Boston MA. They
had no children. [this section contributed by David S. Simpson
of Roseville CA at
Grace-6 STARK (General George-5, Frederick Gilman-4, John-3, General John-2,
Archibald-1) b. Sep 1860 in NH; m. in 1882 to Edward Bancroft Towne. He b. July
1857 in MA, prob son of Ebenezer & Adeline B. Towne of Raynham MA, and he
died before 1910. In 1900 family residing in Newton (ward 3), Middlesex Co. MA.
In 1910 Emma is a widow living in San Francisco California with children Edward
B., Grace and Helen. Sarah B. Wheeler, age 80, her cousin is living with them.
Children of Edward B. & Emma G. (Stark) Towne:
Edward aka Edward B. TOWNE, b. 18 Aug 1883 MA; in 1910 living with mother
in San Francisco, single;
2. +George Stark TOWNE; b. 17 May 1885 MA
+Gardner TOWNE, b. May 1887 MA
4. Grace TOWNE, b.3 June 1891 MA; in
1910 living with mother in San Francisco, single; died 27 Feb 1985 in Santa Clara,
California; married Courtney DECIUS, son of Lewis & Effie (Harman) Decius.
He b. 10 Feb 1890 in Ohio and d. 31 Jan 1985 in California. He m2) 20 May 1944
to Betty Campbell. Children (may be more-DECIUS): John Courtney (b 13 Feb 1920
California, and died 5 Sep 1994 at Corvallis, Benton Co, Oregon, m 4 Sep 1948
in Portland ME to Dorothea Anne Streeter, She was b. 12 June 1924 and d. 10 Aug
1993 at Corvallis, Benton Co, Oregon.) and Robert T. (b 30 June 1922 in California
and died Mar 1982 Menlo Park, San Mateo, California).
5. Helen Estrella TOWNE,
b. 17 Feb 1896 in MA; in 1910 living with mother in San Francisco; unmarried;
d. 2 Aug 1981 in Monterey, California.
Stark-6 AMES (Harriot-5 GILLIS, Mary-4 STARK, John-3, Gen.
John-2, Archibald-1) b in 1847 in Wilmington MA, and died 23 May
1929, DAR #16183; she m. Samuel Henry Gowing. He b. 3 Aug 1837,
son of Samuel & Emily (Cutler) Gowing. Samuel's occupation
was butcher; In 1880 US census in Wakefield MA listed as "S.
Henry Gowing." In 1900 Samuel G. & Juliet Gowing are
living with son Louis Gowing in Wakefield MA.
Children of Samuel H. & Juliet S. (Ames) GOWING:
1. Henry "Harry" G. GOWING, b. Sept 1866/67 MA, 1880
Census Wakefield MA; m. 04 Jun 1896 in Wakefield MA to Mary E.
Balch. She b. Oct 1864 1 ch none living. In 1900 US Census living
on Yale Avenue in Wakefield MA with wife Mary, along with Ellen
R. Balch, Mary's mother and sister, Annie G. His profession is
shown as leather merchant. In 1909 Mrs. Mary E. Gowing, treas
of Order of Easter Star, Harmony Chapter 60 of Wakefield MA. In
the 1909 Directory of Wakefield MA Harry G. Gowing is shown as
captain of the Quannapowitt Canoe Club. In 1910 living in Wakefield
MA with wife Mary E., and mother-in-law Ellen R. Balch, at that
time showing 1 child born, none living. In 1930 living in Wakefield
MA with wife Mary E, and sister-in-law Annie G. Balch, no children
at that time, so probably no issue.
2. +Minnie E. GOWING, b. 31 Mar 1868 in Wakefield, MA;
m. Frank R. Moore
3. Helen S. GOWING, b. 17 Aug 1871 in Wakefield MA; m. 8 Sep 1909
Manhattan NY to Frederic(k) S. Gillis, son of Charles J. &
Frances E. (Goodenough) Gillis. He b. abt 1858 in NY; in 1910
census of Ward 22, Manhattan NY, occupation attorney. By 1920
living in Manhattan now a widow, with her widowed mother. [Obituary
Charles J. Gillis, New York Times, 2 Oct 1898 Charles J. Gillis,
for many years a resident of this city, died Friday at his home,
128 East Twenty-fourth Street. Mr. Gillis who was born in Wilmington
Mass, in 1822 came to New York in 1844 and engaged in the publishing
business. Later he was engaged in the same business in Philadelphia,
returning here in 1850. At the time of his death he was the senior
member of the firm of Gillis & Geogban. A son, Frederic S.
Gillis, a lawyer of this city, survives him. The funeral will
be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Church of the Ascension,
Fifth Avenue and Tenth Street. The burial will be at Westlawn.]
4. Louis Percy GOWING b. 12 March 1876 in MA. In 1900 his parents
were living with him in Wakefield MA, his occupation, clerk in
a market. His WWI Draft card showed him in September 1918 as a
merchant at S.H. Gowing & Son, 404 Main Street, Wakefield
MA, and listing his wife Carrie Alice Gowing of Wakefield MA as
his next of kin. The 1913 directory of Wakefield MA shows the
same business info plus him living at 16 Winn Street, Wakefield
MA. He married 16 Oct 1905 in Taunton MA to Carolyn Alice "Carrie"
Durocher, dau of Alfred C. & Ella J. (Duell) Durocher. She
was born abt 1873 in Lynn MA. In 1920 (per census) they were living
in Wakefield MA. Had a son Henry Stark Gowing, b. 12 Nov 1906
in Lynn, MA. In 1930 (per census) Louis P., wife Carolyn A. and
son Henry S. living in Wakefield MA.
P.-6 STARK (John F.-5, Samuel Kidder-4, John-3, Gen. John-2,
Archibald-1, b. 10 Jun 1879 in Alameda CA, and died 6 Dec 1955
in Los Angeles Co. CA; she married 18 Feb 1907 in Los Angeles
Co. CA to Roscoe M. Breeden, son of Marshal A. & Anna M. Breeden.
He b 27 Sep 1878 in New Mexico and died 6 May 1970 in California.
In 1910 census Roscoe and Molly were living in Salt Lake City,
Utah. In 1920 US Census living in Los Angeles California, Mollie's
mother Juliet is living with them. In 1930 living in Los Angeles
with children; Mollie was a member of the DAR DAR#38344. Molly
and her husband and mother are buried at Angelus
Rosedale Cemetery in Los Angeles California.
Children of Roscoe & Mollie P. (STARK) Breeden:
1. Betty S. BREEDEN (twin) b. abt 1920 in California
2. Barbara S. BREEDEN (twin) b abt 1920 in California
Maurice A.-6 STARK (Frederick G-5, Albert G.-4, John-3,
Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. 30 July 1874; m. 14 June 1900 Welthea
L. Ford of Marshfield MA. She b. 14 June 1880, dau of John E.
and Rebecca (Chandler) Ford. He was educated in the public schools
of Manchester and graduated from the Medical Department of Dartmouth
College, class of 1897; a member of the N.H. Medical Society,
American Medical Association; practiced in Northwood, Bedford
and then settled in Goffstown NH in 1901. Later in government
service. Served in the World War.
Children of Maurice A. & Welthea L. (Ford) Stark [born
in Goffstown NH]
1. John Ford STARK, b. 22 June 1901; d. 31 Aug 1901 in Marshfield
2. Katherine STARK, b. 8 Dec 1904; d. 11 Dec 1904
3. Ruth Ford STARK, b. 4 July 1911
4. Weltha STARK, b. 17 Nov 1913
Edward-6 STARK (Nelson-5, Caleb-5, John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1)
b. 7 Feb 1878 in Fitchburg, Worcester Co MA; d. 23 Sep 1958 in
Newton MA; m. 27 June 1927 in Needham MA to Selena Riggs Carter.
She b. 27 Sep 1903 in Newfoundland Canada. In 1930 US Census living
in Needham, MA, his profession being a "milker" on a
milk farm. His WWI draft card dated September 12, 1918 shows him
living at 89 Union Street, Natick MA, his occupation, dairyman,
and has having grey eyes and brown hair. He died 23 Sep 1958 in
Newton MA. [some of the children's birth dates from Susan Cole
Children of Frank E. & Selena R. (Carter) Stark:
1. Nelson, born March 4 1928 d. 13 Jul 1930 Natick MA
2. Susana, born August 10 1929 Natick MA
3. Doris Mabel, born Oct. 1930 Needham MA
4. Charles F, born21 May 1932 Needham MA
5. Myrtle A., born Dec 26 1934 Needham MA
6. Muriel V., born 23 Sept. 1935 Needham MA
7. Frank Jr., born 30 Oct 1937 Needham MA
8. Caroline, born 31 Mar 1940 Boston MA
Stark-6 CARD (Benjamin Franklin-5 CARD, Indiana-4 STICKNEY, Mary/Molly-3 STARK,
Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. 31 Oct 1877 in Flint, Genesee Co, MI; d. 21 May 1957
in Santa Monica, CA; m. 27 June 1905 to Matilda E. Foelh. She b. abt 1879 in Ohio
[her parents were from Germany]; In 1910 living in Cleveland, Cuyahoga OH with
wife Matilda, son "Benny F.," and mother Margaret H. In 1918, his World
War I draft registration card shows him living 4231 Archwood, Cleveland OH, working
as a tire adjuster at the U.S. Tire Company. He had blue eyes and brown hair;
in 1920 US Census living in Cleveland OH with wife and sons Benjamin F. and John
S.; in 1930 living on Euclid Street in Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co. CA with wife
and 3 sons. Member of Sons of the American Revolution.
Children of MacGregor
S. & Matilda E. (Foelh) CARD [may be more children]:
1. Benjamin Franklin
Stickney "Benny" CARD, b. 14 Sep 1908 in OH; d. 10 March 1958 in Santa
Clara, CA (or 21 May 1957 in Los Angeles CA; Possibly had dau Helen Valerie Card,
b 16 Sep 1942. In 1930 single and living with parents in Santa Monica, CA
John S. CARD, census shows b. abt 1912 in California; probably born 1908 in Ohio
[from 1920 US census]
3. Frank F. CARD, abt 1912 in California [according to
1930 US Census]
Cameron-6 BILL (ELizabeth Stark-5 HARVEY, Elizabeth-4 CAMERON, Elizabeth-3
STARK, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. 23 May 1861 in St. Johnsbury VT; m. Apr 1903
in Minneapolis MN to Mrs. Loretta (Riley) McKinley or McGinley. She b. abt 1866-1870
in St. Paul MN or possibly Wisconsin. 1920 US census living in St. Paul Minnesota,
he an accountant for a refrigerator Company; Harry C. Bill with wife Loretta,
son Harry C. Jr. and dau Elizabeth, and step son, Andy McGinley/McKingley b abt
1897 in Wisconsin. He d. 24 June 1929 in Ramsay MN.
Children of Harry C.
& Loretta (Riley) BILL:
Harry C. BILL Jr. , b. 1 Dec 1904 in Minnesota and d. 16 March 1957 Ramsay, MN
Elizabeth b. abt 1909 in Minnesota
Cameron-6 BLANCHARD (John Cameron-5 BLANCHARD, T. Jefferson "Jeffie"-4
CAMERON, Elizabeth-3 STARK, Gen John-2 Stark, Archibald-1) b 28 Jun 1880 in Peacham,
Caledonia, Vermont, d. 17 Mar 1930 in Spokane, Washington; m. 22 June 1909 to
Besa Evelyn Read. She b. 24 Apr 1883 in Essex Junction VT. In 1920 US Census of
Spokane, Washington with wife Bess and children.
Children of Don C. &
Besa E. (Read) BLANCHARD: (all b. in Spokane, Washington)
1. Sarah Elizabeth
Blanchard, b. 26 Aug 1911
2. Mary Merrill Blanchard, b. 9 Feb 1914
Cameron Blanchard, b. 26 Apr 1916
4. Evelyn Read Blanchard, b 21 Jan 1917
L.-6 ROBIE (Royal H.-5 ROBIE, Louisa-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1)
b 7 Oct 1873 in Creston IL; m. 11 Aug 1896, Harry E. Stewart of Cascade Michigan,
b. 2 Sep 1869, son of Hilon H. & Amanda (Lowry) Stewart.
Harry E. & Edna L. (Robie) STEWART:
1. Robie M. STEWART, b. 14 June
1897 in Palatka FL; d. 30 May 1899 in Macon GA
2. Harry Milo STEWART, b 2 Feb
1903 in Jacksonville FL
3. Wilma Claire STEWART (twin) b. 5 May 1909 in Jacksonville
4. Erma Lois STEWART (twin) b. 5 May 1909 in Jacksonville FL
Myron-6 STICKNEY (One-4 STICKNEY, Mary/MOlly-3 STARK, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1),
b. 28 July 1865; m1) abt 1887 to Bertha V --. She b. March 1869; He m2) after
1920 to Mrs. Delia (Rover) Miller. She b abt 1869 in Missouri. Occupation, machinist.
In 1900 census living in Lima, Allen Co, OH with wife Bertha, son Somers and dau
Goldie; In 1910 census Charles Bertha and Goldie living in Marion Co. Indiana.
In 1920 only Charles and Bertha are living in Los Angeles California. In 1930
US census Charles and Delia living in Los Angeles CA, along with stepson Walter
Miller (b abt 1904 in Washington) and his wife Mavis Miller (she b. 1907 in China),
and mother-in-law Adeline Rover, b abt 1843 in New York.
Children of Charles
M. & Bertha (--) STICKNEY:
1. Somers S., b. March 1888 in Ohio
Goldie M., b. Sep 1893; living with parents in 1910 census in Indianapolis, Indiana;
not living with them in 1920 US Census
Warren-6 GERRISH (Sarah Frances-5 CAMPBELL, Charlotte Stark-4 DICKEY, Sophia-3
Stark, General John-2, Archibald-1) b. 20 Nov 1870 in Northwood, Rockingham Co
NH; d. 10 Oct 1961 in Northwood NH; m. 14 March 1896 in Northwood NH to Annie
Maria Hoitt. She b. 5 Jan 1874 in Northwood NH.
Children of Samuel W. &
Annie M. (Hoitt) GERRISH:
1. Walter Hoitt GERRISH, b. 16 May 1897 in Northwood
NH, d. 12 March 1979 in Rochester NH; m. 2 Aug 1923 in Northwood NH to Helen Irene
Layne. She b abt 1903 in NH
2. Helen Campbell GERRISH, b. 21 June 1899 in Northwood
NH; d. 24 May 1954 in Northwood NH; m. 13 Nov 1926 in Northwood NH to Clyde Taylor
GUPTILL. He b. 20 June 1903 in Bar Habor, ME. Five Children (GUPTILL), including
Warren Albion and Frank L.
3. Rothae C. GERRISH, b. 27 Dec 1909 in Northwood
NH; d. 26 Oct 1992 in Northwood NH; m. Ernest Baker
William Stark-7 NEWELL
(William Crabbe-6 NEWELL, Charles Stark NEWELL-5, Elizabeth-4
STARK, Caleb Page-3 General John-2, Archibald-1) was born in Albany
NY 31 May 1878. WIthin a year his parents returned to their native
state of Massachusetts. William grew up in Dorchester and Winchester
MA where he attended the public schools. He entered the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology graduating in 1899 at the age of 21 with
the degree of Bachelor of Science. He gained practical experience
in the summer of 1897 as an engineer cadet in the North Atlantic
service of the American Line, and also during other vacations
in the Bath Iron Works, Bath Maine, a shipbuilding company of
repute. Following his graduation he was employed about a year
in shipyard machinery installation at the Sparrows Point (Baltimore)
plant of the Maryland Steel Company. In 1900 he was called back
to his alma mater as instructor in naval architecture and marine
engineering, a position he held for 2 years. During this period
he spent some considerable time at sea, both in sail and steam
vessels. In 1902 Mr. Newell became connected with the Bath Iron
Works, which continued for many years, first as a shipyard worker,
and later was a marine draftsman, then assistant to the vice-president
and superintendent of engineering, and from 1914 to 1925 was engineering
works manager. Due to the collapse of shipbuilding after the first
World War, due to insufficient volume of work, the Bath Iron Works
went into receivership (1925). Mr. Newell then became general
manager of the New York Shipbuilding Company's plant at Camden,
N.J. By the end of 1927 he had organized the Bath Iron Works Corporation,
of which he was made president. The new enterprise secured a contract
for a large steel sea-going diesel yacht, and also a contract
for a fleet of trawlers. Later the company built a number of palatial
yachts, among which was J. Pierpont Morgan's "Corsair."
In the early 1930's the US Government resumed naval building,
and the corporation had its share of contracts. Late in December
1940 Mr. Newell was asked to design and build a shipyard at South
Portland ME and to construct 30 large cargo steamers for the British
GOvernment (by the Todd-Bath Iron Shipbuilding Corporation, of
which he was president). Early in 1943 he resigned as president
of the two South Portland companies, but remained a director of
both. He purchased a fine colonial-type mansion on Washington
Street in Bath ME, formerly the home of Stephen Larrabee, who
built the first naval vessels to be produced in that historic
shipbuilding town. From 1916 to 1940 he was president of the Bath
Water District. He served as alderman in 1922 and 1923. In 1923
he was made a trustee of Bath's Patten Free Library, and a director
and former president of the Bath YMCA. He was a communicant of
the Protestant Episcopal Church. From 1933 to 1941 he was president
of the Bath Savings Institution and a director of the Bath Trust
Company. He was president of the Kennebec Toward Company and the
Eastern Maine Towage Company. He was director of the Maine Central
Railroad, Union Mutual Life Insurance Company and Mack Trucks,
Inc. He was active in the Bath Players, or Player's Club (amateur
actors). He was a member 1935-1940 of the Corporation of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, in 1943 elected a life member. He was
a trustee of Colby College and of Webb Institute of Naval Architecture.
He was a member of the American Society of Naval Architects and
Marine Engineers, a director of the National Council AMerican
Shipbuilders [and other organizations]. In 1940 he was created
Master of Science by Bowdoin College. In 1941 was given the honorary
degree of Doctor of Laws by Colby College. In 1943 the University
of Maine awarded him the honorary degree of Doctor of Engineering.
He married in Bath, Me 2 Feb 1907, Caroline ELizabeth Moulton,
born in Bath 30 May 1882, dau of George and Frances (Shaw) Moulton
of Bath. Mr. Moulton was Mayor of that city in 1889-90 and Collector
of the Port of Bath from 1893 to 1901.
Children of William Stark & Caroline E. (Moulton) NEWELL:
1. +Ellen Doane NEWELL, who m. Paul Tiemer
2. +John Rogers NEWELL
3. +Mary NEWELL (who m. Mr. Eastham Guild Jr.)
Frederick-7 NEWELL, (William
Crabbe-6 NEWELL, Charles Stark NEWELL-5, Elizabeth-4 STARK, Caleb
Page-3 General John-2, Archibald-1)
b. in Boston MA 14 Feb 1880, and died in Winchester MA 14 Sep
1942. For 45 years, until his retirement in 1940 he was connected
with the Old Colony Trust Company of Boston. He lived in Winchester
MA for many years, and was a member of William Parkman Lodge of
Masons of Winchester, in which his father and his brother, William
S. Newell, also held membership.
His World War I draft card dated Sept 15, 1918 in Arlington MA
shows him living at 56 Fletcher street in Worcester MA, a bank
clerk with the Old Colony Trust Co., next of kin, Alice A. Newell.
Charles F. was a bank teller in the 1930 US census.
He married in Winchester MA 6 April 1909 to Alices Josephine Andrews.
Children of Charles F. & Alice J. (Andrews) NEWELL [born
in Winchester MA]:
1. Frances Stark NEWELL, b. 23 March 1909; m. 24 Jan 1931 Henry
George DAHL who was connected with the New England Shipbuilding
Corporation in South Portland ME. Their children were Norman Newell
DAHL, b. Aug 27 1931 and Charles Andrew DAHL, b. 17 Feb 1942.
2. Roger Doane NEWELL, b 18 June 1913; m. 1 June 1940, Mildred
Springer Johnson. He was graduated from the New Hampton School
in NH, where he was recognized as New England schoolboy champion
in the 100-yard dash, with a record of 9.8 seconds. Subsequently
he attended the Lowell (MA) Textile School, and entered the employ
of the Pacific Woolen Mills at Lawrence MA, he was later transferred
to the executive office in Boston as assistant to the assistant
treasurer, serving until joining the country's armed service for
World War II. In 1943 he voluntarily enlisted in the US Marine
Corps Reserve. No children as of 1944.
Doane-7 NEWELL (William
Crabbe-6 NEWELL, Charles Stark NEWELL-5, Elizabeth-4 STARK, Caleb
Page-3 General John-2, Archibald-1) b.
in Boston Oct 6, 1887. Educated at Phillips Exeter Academy in
the class of 1908, and the Lowell Textile Institute in the class
of 1911. For more than 30 years was connected with the woolen
industry, from 1911 to 1917 with the American Woolen Company.
From 1917 to 1922 was vice president and director of the American
Woolen Company. Was six years as a partner in the firm of Morton
H. Neinhard & Company, textile bankers. In 1928 became vice
president and director of the Cyril Johnson Woolen Company, manufacturers
of fine suitings and overcoatings, with headquarters in New York
City. From Dec 1, 1942, was a "dollar-a-year" man, in
Washington DC with the United States War Production Board, acting
as chief of the Woolen Section, Textile Clothing and Leather Division.
He married at Peconic, N.Y. 27 June 1914, Roslaind Corwin Case.
Child of Carroll D. & Rosalind C. (Case) NEWELL:
1. +Katherine Stark NEWELL
Joan Sinclair-7 NEWELL
Crabbe-6 NEWELL, Charles Stark NEWELL-5, Elizabeth-4 STARK, Caleb
Page-3 General John-2, Archibald-1) b.
in Winchester MA 10 March 1891. She married in Grace Church, Bath
ME, 18 Aug 1914 to Philip Hubbell JONES, and made their home at
Shelton CT on "Broad Acres Farm. Their son, Philip Jr. planted
25,000 trees. In January 1942 they received the Gimbel National
Award of 1000 as the "Typical American Family." Mr.
Jones was active in the Fairfield Farm Bureau as a charter member.
He was a member of the State Milk Council and County Defense Council,
and was a pioneer in better farm methods. Mrs. Jones (Joan) was
state chairman of Home and Community Work of the CT Farm Bureau,
a member of the Government War Council, state chairman of Girl
Home Makers, Connecticut DAR, member of the District Nurse Association,
and County Women's Defense Council; a member of the CT Agricultural
Planning Board. She organized and for 9 years was senior president
of the General David Humphreys Society, CAR. For three years she
served as State president of the CAR, and later national chairman
of the Cradle Roll, NScAR, CT; She was also vice president of
the Stark Family Association.
Children of Philip H. & Joan S. (Newell) JONES, b. in Shelton
1. Newell Shelton JONES, b. 16 Sep 1916, m. 1 May 1943 in Trinity
Church, Stoughton MA, Ruth Cunningham. Since June 1941 was in
military service, and in 1943 stationed in Delaware in the Coast
Artillery on a mine planter.
2. Philip Hubbell JONES Jr., b 16 Oct 1918. He had a deferred
rating in WW II, and accordingly remained on the farm to aid in
the production of essential food.
3. Barbara Huntington JONES, b. 21 Aug 1921; m. 17 July 1943 in
St. Peter's Church, Monroe CT to Roger Burr JOHNSON, of New London
CT. She graduated from the University of CT in 1943, with distinction
in the field of Home Economics.
4. Carol Stark JONES, b. 28 Apr 1926.
WINSLOW (Arthur-6 WINSLOW, Francis-5 WINSLOW, Sarah-4 STARK, Major Caleb Page-3,
General John-2, Archibald-1) b. 7 Feb 1888 in North Carolina; d. 1954; m. 26 Apr
1916 to Robert Traill Spence Lowell III, an officer in the United States Navy
Child of Robert Traill Spence & Charlotte (Winslow) Spence III:
Traill Spence Lowell Jr., b. 1 March 1917 in Boston MA, d.
12 Sep 1977; American poet. He attended Harvard University but
transferred to Keyon College in Gambier, Ohio, where he graduated.
During World War II Lowell was imprisoned for five months for
conscientious objection. Several of his poems, notably Memories
of West Street and Lepke (1956), reflect on this experience.
Skunk Hour (1957), included in the acclaimed volume
Life Studies (1959), is another example of his autobiographical
poetry. In the 1960s he was again a war protester and civil-rights
activist. Other works include Land of Unlikeness (1944), The Mills
of the Kaanaughs (1951), The Old Glory (1965), Near the Ocean
(1967), Notebook (1969), The Dolphin (1973, Pulitzer Prize), and
Day by Day (1977). He married Jean Stafford (1915-1979) from 1940
to 1948, and divorced in 1949. He married 2nd) Elizabeth Hardwick
and divorced in 1972. He married 3rd) in 1972 to Caroline
Maureen Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, daughter of Basil Sheridan
Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 4th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava and
Maureen Constance Guinness. He won the Pulitzer Prize for poety
in 1947 and 1974, and the National Book Award for poetry in 1960.
He is buried in Stark Cemetery, Dunbarton NH. He had two children,
a daughter Harriet Winslow Lowell (with 2nd wife Elizabeth) and
a son, Robert Sheridan Lowell (with his 3d wife Caroline).
2nd biography] [See 3rd
Clifton-7 STARK (Leonard Spaulding-6, Leonard-5, Gradus Bakeman-4,
John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. 4 Sep 1877 in Hubbardston
MA; d. 10 Aug 1960 in Northborough MA; m. 16 Nov 1899 in Shrewsbury
MA to Mary Ella YOUNG. She b. 13 Sep 1880 in Shrewsbury MA and
d. 25 Aug 1957 in Worcester MA.
Children of Fred C. & Mary E. (Young) STARK:
1. Helen M. Stark; m1) Howard Libbey; m2) Loran Malone
2. +Arthur Leonard Stark, b. 9 Aug 1901 in Clinton MA;
m. 1921 in Clinton MA to Mildred Burnette
3. +Marion Elizabeth Stark, b. 3 Sep 1902; m1) 2 June 1923
in Boylston MA to George Eaton; m2) John Chester Calhoun. By her
2d marriage she had Bradford R. Calhoun.
4. John Clifton Stark, b. 17 June 1907 in Clinton MA; d. 15 Aug
1975 in Laconia NH; m. Aug 1925 in Hinsdale NH to Elin Forsdah.
She b. 15 May 1904 in England and d. in Boylston MA. Children
(Stark): John Clifton, Leonard Spaulding, Carolyn June, Jane Elizabeth
and Constance Jean.
Samuel-7 KIDDER (Samuel Phillips-6 KIDDER, Samuel Blodget-5
KIDDER, Betsey-4 STARK, John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1) b. at
Nashua NH 14 Dec 1857; died at Concord NH 26 June 1921. He married
1) at Chester, Rockingham Co NH 15 July 1880 to Fannie Danforth
of Hooksett NH. She b. at Haverhill MA, died at Nashua 3 Oct 1891,
aged "32 years, 7 months, 4 days," dau of Rufus H. &
Adelia P. Danforth; and he m2) at Somerville MA, 10 Oct 1895,
Lena Matilda HUSE of Somerville MA. She b. at Exeter NH about
1870, dau of Martin and Minnie Huse.
Child of Willis S. & Fannie (Danforth) KIDDER:
1. Emma I., b 22 Oct 1881 at Hooksett NH; d. 4 Apr 1886 at Nashua
Emma-7 REYNOLDS, b. at Collinsville, Hartford CT, 26 Jan 1864;
m. at Manchester NH 1 June 1887, Ralph Thrall Olcott. He b. 13
Nov 1861 in Chicago, Cook Co IL son of James B. & Isabella
Hill (Thrall) Orcutt. He d. 18 Apr 1932 in Rochester NY. They
had three sons. In 1900 family residing in Rochester NY.
Children of Ralph T. & Grace E. (Reynolds) OLCOTT:
1. Girard/Gerard K. Olcott b Dec 1890 NY; in 1920 US census living
in Rochester NY with wife Minnie J. She b. abt 1896 in NY. No
children at that time. Electrician.
2. Ralph Thrall Olcott, b. May 1895 NY; d. 24 Sep 1950 in Rochester
NY; m. June 1922 to Verna Marie Lowry. She b. 12 Apr 1897 in Monroe
Co. NY. Had at least 3 children.
3. Stark Reynolds Olcott, b. 3 May 1898/99 NY; d. July 1953, SS#073-05-5818.
In 1930 US Census, Greece, Monroe Co. NY with wife, Elsie (b abt
1901 in NH), son Ralph R. (b abt 1923 NY) and son Robert R. (b
abt 1927 NY)
"Lorna" M.-7 FERGUSON (Charlotte "Lotta"-6
Moore, Milton-5 MOORE, Emily/Emelia-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2,
Archibald-1) b. May 1861 in MA;(the NEHGS online database shows
a marriage of Sidney Banks Dane in Lawrence MA in 1882) m. 8 Sep
1882 in Lawrence MA to Sydney/Sidney B. Dane, son of John &
Addie Dane of Lawrence MA (who was a carriage maker); he b Dec
1862 in MA; The 1889 directory of Lawrence MA shows Sidney B.
Dane, painter, boards 169 South Broadway. The 1890 directory of
Lynn MA shows Sydney Dane, agent of Dane Carpet Beating Co. at
92 Brookline Street, and house at 40 Timson Street; In the census
his occupation is "launderer," he owned his own laundry;
had two children, one prob died young; in 1900 census living in
Lawrence MA with son Geo S. (age 12) and census states she had
2 children, only one living; in 1910 US Census living in Lynn,
Essex Co MA with son George S. DANE, b. abt 1898 in MA and parents
George H. and Charlotte Ferguson. She prb died by 1920 when the
census shows Sidney married to Bessie M --. Bessie b. about 1880
Child of Sydney & Leona/Lorna (Ferguson) Dane:
1. George S. Dane, b. 3/17 Sep 1887 MA; d. May 1981 possibly in
Ft. Lauderdale FL; in 1920 George and wife living in Lynn MA (Ward
5) with son Clyde and "ward" Alice M Murray, age 15
b MA. In 1930 census George and Sadie living in Lynn MA (he a
music teacher) with son Clyde and mother-in-law Effie W. Ferris,
age 57 b MA. George S. Dane married Sadie E. Leonard (or Ferris).
She b. abt 1892 in MA. The SS Death index shows his birth day
at the 17th, however his WWI draft card states it is September
3. In that document George was living at 188 Washington St, in
Lynn MA, occupation music teacher, He had medium height, slender
build, blue eyes and dark hair. Child (DANE): Clyde b 25 July
1911 in MA and d. 15 Oct 1994 poss Perrysburg, Wood Co Ohio. The
Ohio Death index indicates that Clyde Dane, upon his death, was
married, died in the hospital, had served in the Air Force, was
cremated. The "Lowell Sun," a newspaper in Lowell MA,
on June 24, 1938 had an article about a class of 341 flying cadets
who began aviation instruction at Randolph Field, TX on July of
that year, stating completion of a year's training at Randolph
and Kelly field, Texas would entitle the cadets to commissions
as second lieutenants in the air corps reserve. Clyde Dane was
one of the names mentioned. The 1945 directory of Lynn MA shows
a Clyde Dane with wife Rita M. living at 314 Boston Street. Rita
M. (?) Dane was b. 21 May 1916, and d. 23 June 2006 Perrysburg,
Maude-7 FERGUSON (Charlotte "Lotta"-6 Moore, Milton-5
MOORE, Emily/Emelia-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1)
b. 1864; m. Volentine/Valentine R. Merrill, he b. 1859 in Pittsfield,
ME son of Nathan & Nancy Merrill. In 1920 US census living
in Lynn (ward 6) Essex Co MA. In the 1885 directory of Lawrence
MA he is shown living at 12 New St. his occupation "section
hand" at Pacific corp.
Children of Valentine R. & Nettie M. (Ferguson) Merrill:
+Lottie Hester MERRILL, b. abt 1886 in Maine; She m. John E. Grows.
2. Porter R. MERRILL, b. 13 Dec 1888 in Pittsfield, Somerset Co.,
Maine; in 1930 US census living in Lynn MA, a proprietor of a
garage, with wife Lillian B. (age 40, married 23 years, she b.
ME). In June 1917 he signed a WWI draft registration card, at
that time living at 54 Warren St, Lynn MA., he was 5ft 5 inches
tall, weighed 130 lbs with blue eyes and brown hair. The NEHGS
register shows a marriage of Porter L. Merrill of Boston in 1910.
3. Valentine R. MERRILL Jr. b 18 Feb 1904 Maine,
prob in the 1930 US census of Lawrence MA (age 26, married at age 18) garage mechanic,
with wife Doris H. (age 25 b MA) and children Porter R. (age 3-1/2 MA) and Beverley
A. (age 2-1/2 MA). This Porter R. Merrill Jr. was b 26 Feb 1927 and d. 10 Aug
2000, and had been residing in Chipley, Washington Co. FL; SS Death Index shows:
Volentine Merrill b. 18 Feb 1904, d. March 1976 ?Lynn MA
4. Grace Edith MERRILL
abt 1902 Maine; married Thomas YOUNG.
"Grace"-7 FERGUSON, (Charlotte "Lotta"-6 MOORE, Milton-5
MOORE, Emily/Emelia-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. 1871 in Lawrence
MA; m. 24 Nov 1891 in Lynn MA to Charles Byron Goodell. He b. 19 Sep 1868 in Peabody
MA son of Byron & Maria E. (Owens) Goodell. In 1880 census of Nahant, Essex
Co MA, Bryon Goodell (44), Maria Goodell (age 43), Lucy J. Goodell (age 19), Charles
B. Goodell (age 11), Arthur S. Goodell (age 5) and Herbert L. Goodell (age 2).
1920 US census of Nahant, Essex Co MA shows Charles B. Goodell, mail carrier,
with wife Arlie G., and children Edith G. (age 21 MA), and son Robert P. (age
14 MA). In 1930 living in Lynn, Essex Co MA with wife A. Grace, dau Edith G.,
son Robert and his family.
Children of Charles B. & Arlie/Grace (Ferguson)
1. Edith Gertrude Goodell, b. 1 May 1897 in Nahant MA; in 1930
living in Lynn MA with her parents, age 32 and single; d. May
1974 in MA, unmarried.
2. +Robert Proctor GOODELL, b.
18 Jan 1905 in Nahant MA; m. Dorothy E. Wensley
Bancroft-7 TOWNE (Emma Grace-6 STARK, Gen. George-5, Frederick Gilman-4, John-3,
Gen. John-2, Archibald-1) b. 18 Aug 1883 in MA; in 1910 living with mother in
San Francisco CA, single; in 1930 living in San Francisco CA married, physician,
general practitioner. He m. about 1923 to Anne Ellis. She b abt 1898 in Virginia.
He died 13 Jan 1957 in Santa Clara, California
Children of Dr. Edward B.
& Anne E. TOWNE:
1. Edward Bancroft Towne Jr., b. 4 Sep 1922 in San
Francisco CA and d. 1 Oct 2002 in California; married 26 June 1969 in San Rafael
CA; divorced 1972; college graduate about 1940 Berkeley
2. Roger Ellis Towne,
b. 23 Dec 1923 in San Francisco,California; d. 2 Jan 1989 in California
Stark-7 TOWNE (Emma Grace-6 STARK, Gen. George-5, Frederick
Gilman-4, John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1) b. 17 May 1885 in
MA; died 7 Apr 1963 in Alameda California; m. Arline Johnson.
In 1910 living in Cahuenga Twp, Losa Angeles Co, California with
wife Arline. She b. abt 1887 in California. In 1920 he was a rubber
manufacturer; in 1930 living in Oakland, Alameda Co. California.
Oakland Daily Evening Tribune (Oakland, California) > 1939
> November > 14: "Miss Helen Towne, daughter of Mr.
George Stark Towne of Oakland, who has returned from Stephens
College after a two-year course, was guest of honor at a cocktail
party which was attended by a large number of the younger set
Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Hotle, on Seaview
Avenue, Piedmont. Miss Towne will remain in the West. Mrs. Hotle
was the former Arline Towne and is a sister of Miss Helen Towne."
Historical Newspapers > Oakland Tribune (Oakland, California)
> 1960 > July > 29:" That same evening, Diane [Rafter]
will be honored with her spinster dinner, at which the hostesses
will be Mrs. Robert Hotle of Hampton Road, Piedmont, and her daughter
Mrs. William Williamson Smith, the former Arline Hotle.
Oakland Tribune (Oakland, California) > 1960 > June >
13> "An al fresco setting...for the marriage of Arline
Hotle and William Williamson Smith of New York yesterday afternoon
in Piedmont...some 100 guests..the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Robert F. Hotle on Hampton Road. Three attendants..her sister
Louise Hotle of New York and another sister, Helen... Peforming
usher duties were the bride's brothers, Robert Hotle of Portland,
Ore., and James Hotle. The bride is a graduate of Pine Manor,
Wellesley and U.C., where she was a Delta Delta Delta. Her husband
was graduated from Babson's Institute.
Children of George S. & Arline (Johnson) TOWNE:
1. Arline Towne, b 2 Oct 1910 CA; d. 9 Aug 1982 in Nevada; m.
Robert F. HOTLE; resided in San Francisco CA; had children including
daughter, Arline Hotle (b. 2 Oct 1937 who m. William Williamson
Smith of NY [see above]), daughters Louise and Helen Hotle, and
sons Robert and Janes Hotle.
2. Lindsey Towne, b. 5 Feb 1912 CA; d. 22 Aug 1992 in Sonoma CA;
she m. Harding Clegg, son of Alfred Ernest & Helen Prince
Clegg. He born 30 Apr 1912 and died 4 Jun 2002 in CA; they had
child Kay Clegg.
3. William Stark Towne, b 8 Nov 1914 CA, d. 4 July 1991 Contra
4. Josephin Towne, b 19 Oct 1916 Alameda CA; m. -- Clegg; she
d. 20 Apr 1962 in Napa, California.
5. Helen Towne, b 16 Oct 1920 in CA
TOWNE (Emma Grace-6 STARK, Gen. George-5, Frederick Gilman-4,
John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1) b. May 1887 MA; died 8 Nov 1960
in Marin Co CA; m. bef 1915 to Gladys Katherine McLachlan. She
b. 18 July 1891 in California, d. 21 Jan 1983 in Marin CA, dau
of James & Minnie (Jones) McLachlan. In 1920 living in Berkeley,
Alameda Co, California, salesman for a rubber company. In 1930
living in Ross, Marin Co., CA.
Children of Gardner & Gladys (McLachlan) TOWNE:
1. Marjorie Towne, b. 13 Jul 1915 in Los Angeles California; m.
19 Dec 1970 in Marin CA to John B. Willcutt.
2. Barbara T. Towne, b. 21 Dec 1916 in California;
d. 19 Dec 1995 in San Francisco, California; She m. David R. Fasken,
son of Robert A.W. & Inez G. Fasken. He b. 22 Apr 1915 in
Toronto, Canada and d. 30 Dec 1982 in Ross, Marin Co California.
He was a record/music producer. She had resided in Larkspur, Marin
E.-7 GOWING (Juliet Stark-6 AMES, Harriot-5 GILLIS, Mary-4
STARK, John-3, Gen. John-2, Archibald-1) b. 31 March 1868 in Wakefield
MA; m. Frank R. Moore, son of William & Ellen M. Moore, b.
2 June 1868 in Charlestown MA. [His father b. Boston, Suffolk
MA, mother b. Stonington CT]
Children of Frank R. & Minnie E. (Gowing) MOORE:
1. Karl/Carl Remick Moore, b. Nov 1892 in Newton MA; in 1920 living
in NYC, chemist in silk mill.
2. Ralph Stark Moore, b. 6 Nov 1896 in Newton, Middlesex Co. MA;
3 March 1958 in San Francisco CA; Vice Admiral in USNR; in
1920 living with parents in NYC, officer in merchant marine. He
married Myrtle --. She b. 1 Nov 1903 and d. 9 Oct 1960.
3. Nina Ames Moore, b. 5 Jan 1902 in Newton MA
Ellen Doane-8 NEWELL (William
Stark-7 NEWELL, (William Crabbe-6 NEWELL, Charles Stark
NEWELL-5, Elizabeth-4 STARK, Caleb Page-3 General John-2, Archibald-1)
b in Bath, ME 19 Nov 1907. She attended Darlington Seminary, West
Chester PA and the Old Colony Secretarial School in Boston MA;
On 16 Apr 1932 she married in NYC Paul TIEMER, born in Orange
NJ 11 June 1905, son of Paul and Carrie (Freeman) Tiemer. He was
educated at Bowdoin College in the Class of 1928, and was later
engaged in the advertising business. They lived in Wilton CT.
He died 2 Aug 1988 Brunswick ME. She died 24 June 1997 in Topsham
Children of Paul & Ellen D. (Newell) TIEMER:
1. Paul TIEMER II, b. 22 Nov 1932, New York City, d. February
14, 1962 in Brunswick ME
2. Jane Degroot TIEMER, b. 27 March 1935 Summit NJ; m. -- CROFT.
Class of 1957 Skidmore College. Has son Geoffrey CROFT. Resides
Rogers-8 NEWELL (William
Stark-7 NEWELL, (William Crabbe-6 NEWELL, Charles Stark
NEWELL-5, Elizabeth-4 STARK, Caleb Page-3 General John-2, Archibald-1)
b. in Bath, ME 30 June 1912. After graduating from Phillips Andover
Academy in 1930 he entered Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
from which he graduated in 1934. For three years he was with the
Bethlehem Steel Company, Shipbuilding Division, and in 1938 became
connected with the Bath Iron Works Corporation, of which he was
assistant general manager in Oct 1941. He had been president of
the Bath Common Council, and in 1943 the chairman of the Bath
Board of Aldermen. During the second World War, after being in
charge of local civilian defence, and serving as a Chief Air Raid
Warden, he was commissioned Lieut. in the US Navy. He
died February 1984, age 71, in Boca Raton, FL. He was unmarried.
Mary-8 NEWELL (William
Stark-7 NEWELL, (William Crabbe-6 NEWELL, Charles Stark
NEWELL-5, Elizabeth-4 STARK, Caleb Page-3 General John-2, Archibald-1)
b. in Bath, ME Oct 6 1913. She was educated at Morse High School
in Bath ME, Darlington Seminary, West Chester PA, Kendall Hall,
Prides Crossing MA and Miss Conklin's School, New York City. She
married in Bath ME, 19 Aug 1939, Eastham Guild Jr., born in Newton
MA 20 May 1915, son of Eastham and Olive (Boyd) Guild. He was
educated at Bowdoin College in the Class of 1939, and was connected
with the Submarine Signal Company. The lived in Clifton MA.
Children of Eastham & Mary (Newell) GUILD Jr.:
1. Olive Boyd GUILD, b. 25 June 1941 Salem MA
2. William Newell GUILD, b. 26 July 1943 Salem MA
Stark-8 NEWELL (Carroll Doane-7 NEWELL, William Crabbe-6 NEWELL, Charles Stark
NEWELL-5, Elizabeth-4 STARK, Caleb Page-3 General John-2, Archibald-1) b. at Peconic
May 12, 1915; m. 22 June 1940 Major Frederick Hill MAYNE. Following his graduation
from Dartmouth College in 1938 he was connected with the Grace Steamship Lines
in New York City. He entered the US army as a reserve officer in March 1941, and
was assigned to the Army Transport Service. In 1942 was a troop commander on an
army transport making trips to Australia, the British Isles, South Africa, Egypt,
Morocco (Casablanca) and Algeria.
Children of Major. Frederick H. &
Katherine S. (Newell) MAYNE: [in 1944, so may be other children]
Hill MAYNE JR. b 11 Jan 1943
Leonard-8 STARK (Fred Clifton-7, Leonard Spaulding-6, Leonard-5, Gradus Bakeman-4,
John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1), b. 9 Aug 1901 in Clinton MA; d. Sep 1971 prob
Boylston MA; m. 1921 in Clinton MA to Mildred Burnette. In 1930 US census living
in Boylston, Worcester Co. MA, his occupation was chauffeur.
Arthur L. & Mildred (Burnette) STARK:
1. Barbara E., b abt 1925 in
2. Raymond E., b abt 1929 in MA; married and resided in North
Grafton, and Oxford, MA.
Elizabeth-8 STARK (Fred Clifton-7, Leonard Spaulding-6, Leonard-5, Gradus
Bakeman-4, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1) b. 3 Sep 1902; m1) 2 June 1923 in
Boylston MA to George Eaton; m2) about 1923 (according to US census) to John Chester
Calhoun. In the 1930 living with her father, married 7 yrs, but no spouse in the
household, just her son Bradford [census says grand-da but then Male]
of John C. & Marion E. (Stark) Calhoun:
1. Bradford R. Calhoun, b.
7 Nov 1925 in MA; d. 10 March 2004; last residence Waltham MA, SS#030-12-5821;
U.S. Navy veteran (from 16 Nov 1942-27 March 1946); buried at Massachusetts National
Cemetery; married Susan --. From 1995-1997 living in Framingham MA; in 1998-2002
in Waltham MA; and 2001-2002 in West Chatham MA; names mentioned in his obituary
in the Cape Cod Times include: David Petrini; Christopher Petrini; Linda Calhoun
Scott; Joseph Petrini; Mary Chiras; Susan (Doyle) Petrini; Sherry Calhoun Lisa
Proctor-8 GOODELL (Arlie "Grace"-7 FERGUSON, Charlotte "Lotta"-6
MOORE, Milton-5 MOORE, Emily/Emelia-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2, Archibald-1)
b. 18 Jan 1905 in Nahant, MA, d. 20 Apr 1989 in MA; m. abt 1912 to Dorothy E.
Wensley. She b abt 1905 in MA. In 1930 living with his parents in Lynn MA with
wife Dorothy W. (age 25 MA Canada-Eng, England), dau Joyce W. (4-1/2 MA), D. Jean
(3-2/12 MA), Robert P. (1-5/12 MA).
Children of Robert P. & Dorothy
E. (Wensley) GOODELL: (not in order of birth):
1. Judith Arlie Goodell,
; m. David D. Anderson
2. Margery Edith Goodell; m. Robert T. Keegan
Richard Duncan Goodell
4. Joyce Wensley Goodell; b 7 May 1925, d. 25 June 1995
Leicester, Worcester Co MA; m. Fred A. Bisco. Fred b. 8 Apr 1921 in MA and d.
5 Oct 1987 in Worcester MA; In 1957-58 directory of Leicester MA, they owned Bisco's
Lunch, a restaurant/lunch room at 15 S. Main Street, and resided 585 Pleasant
Street, both in Leicester MA
5. Roger Kenneth Goodell; m. Karin Jean Harvey.
Had ch: (Goodell): Elizabeth Ann and Scott Kenneth
6. Dorothy Jean Goodell,
b. abt 1927; m. Leonard Robert Markwitz. He b. 21 Jan 1928 and d. 11 Oct 2001
probably in Tustin, Orange Co, California. From 1993-2002 residing in Tustin California.
He was a Major in the US Marine Corps, and is buried at Riverside National Cemetery,
in Riverside California. He served during WWI, Korea and Vietnam.
Proctor Goodell, b abt 1929; m. Mary T. Lynch. Children (Goodell): William Bradford,
Hester-8 MERRILL, (Nettie Maude-7 FERGUSON, Charlotte "Lotta"-6
Moore, Milton-5 MOORE, Emily/Emelia-4 STARK, John-3, Gen John-2,
Archibald-1) b. abt 1886 in Maine; She m. abt 1810 to John E.
Grows. He died between 1956 and 1965. She died after 1965. In
1910 census John & Lottie living in Auburn, Androscoggin Co.
ME, he is a driver for a laundry. No children at this time. The
1910 Auburn directory states he had a house at Lew. Possibly this
is the John Irving Grows who filled out a WWI draft card in Lynn
MA in 1917, listing his DOB as July 8, 1891 in Portland ME., at
that time working for the Bay State Street RR, stating wife and
2 children at that time. The 1945 directory of Lynn MA shows a
John E. Grows chaufeur with wife Lottie H. living 17 Carnes Street.
The 1951 directory of Lynn MA shows the same. By 1965 Lottie H.
Grows is shown the widow of John E, still living at 17 Carnes
Children of John E./I. & Lottie Hester (Merrill) GROWS:
1. Nellie Janet Grows, b. ?abt 1902 MA; married aft 1940 to John
Ernest Amero. He was born 15 Jan 1914 and d. 13 Apr 2000.
2. Gladys May Grows, b. ?abt 1904 MA; married aft 1940 to Raymond
3. Beatrice Lillian Grows, born 17 December 1920; married Salvatore
Onessimo in 1941. Salvatore was born 10 Oct 1913 and d. March
1967. They had two children: Judith Jean and Robert Tory.
The descendants of Abel Huse of Newbury : (1602-1690)
by Harry Pinckney Huse; Washington, D.C.: Press of W.F. Roberts Co., c1935, 438
of Chester, New Hampshire, including Auburn : a supplement to the History of old
Chester, published in 1869 by John Carroll Chase; Derry, N.H.: J.C. Chase, 1926.
Sayward family : being the history and genealogy of Henry Sayward of York, Maine
and his descendants : with a brief account of other Saywards who settled in America
by Charles A. Sawyward; Ipswich, Mass.: Independent Press, 1890, 183 pgs.
John Stark's Home Farm; A Paper Read Before the Manchester Historic Association
October 7, 1903, by Roland Rowell, Manchester; John B. Clarke Co. 1904.
ancestry : the story of the antecedents of William Stark Newell. Emery, William
M.. Boston. Thomas Todd. 1985.
History of Goffstown NH
of Hillsborough County NH
Jelke and Frazier and allied families, by
L. Effingham DeForest; New York: De Forest Pub. Co., 1931, 94 pgs.
Mount Desert widow : genealogy of the Gamble family by Greenleaf Cilley;
Me.: Knox County Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 1895-96, 202 pgs.
Haverhill Emersons. Pope, Charles Henry,. Boston, Mass.Cambridge, Mass.. Murray
and Emery. 1984.
History of Bedford, New Hampshire from 1737 : being
statistics compiled on the occasion of the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary
of the incorporation of the town, May 15, 1900.. Bedford, N.H.. The town. 1992.
History of the town of Bristol, Grafton County, New Hampshire. Musgrove,
Richard W.. Bristol, N.H.. Printed by R.W. Musgrove. 1904.
book : history and genealogy of the American family of Gove and notes of European
Goves. Gove, William Henry,. Salem, Mass.. Sidney Perley. 1985.
genealogical history of the Hoyt, Haight, and Hight families : with some account
of the earlier Hyatt families, a list of the first settlers of Salisbury and Amesbury,
Mass., etc. by David Webster Hoyt; Providence: Printed for the author by the Providence
Press Co., 1871
A genealogy of the Kidder family : comprising the descendants
in the male line of Ensign James Kidder, 1626-1676, or Cambridge and Billerica
in the colony of Massachusetts Bay. Stafford, Morgan Hewitt,. Rutland, Vt.. Tuttle
Pub. Co.. 1985.
Ancestry.com. Londonderry, New Hampshire Vital Records,
1722-1910 [database online]. Orem, Utah
Men of Vermont: An Illustrated
Biographical History of Vermonters and Sons of Vermont. Brattleboro, VT: Transcript
Publishing Co., 1894.
Valley and pioneers : a paper by Charles E. Bliven; 1880, 44 pgs. page 36
ancestry : the story of the antecedents of William Stark Newell by William M.
Emery; Boston: Thomas Todd, 1944, 253 pgs.
sketch of Samuel Rowell and notices of some of his descendants : with a genealogy
for seven generations, 1754-1898 by Roland Rowell; Manchester, N.H.: unknown,
of successful New Hampshire men;Manchester N.H.: J.B. Clarke, 1882
Newspapers - Ancestry.com
THE STARK BURIAL PLACE
On the section of land given to John Stark, 3d,
was located the Stark burying ground, where rest the remains of the general and
many of his descendants. It is situated on a bluff about half way from the River
road to the river, overlooking the river up and down for quite a distance. On
the anniversary of the battle of Bennington, 1829, a granite obelisk with his
name inscribed thereon was here erected to his memory by his family. This stone
was of Concord granite and was hewed and fashioned by the inmates of the state
prison at Concord. Several bills have been introduced into Congress appropriating
money for a monument to be placed over his grave, but for various reasons they
have all failed of a passage by both houses, and consequently nothing has been
1876 Augustus and Elizabeth Stark, the surviving children of John Stark 3d, gave
to the city of Manchester about two acres of land, on which the burying-ground
was located. The description of the land and the restrictions placed thereon are
"Beginning at a stake standing at the intersection of the
northerly line of Trenton street with the westerly line of Bennington street as
shown on a map of the northerly portion of Manchester, dated 1875, said map having
been adopted by the city councils of said city, October 19, 1875, as a guide for
the future construction of streets in the section embraced within its limits;
thence running northerly by said Bennington street two hundred and fifty feet;
thence westerly by Princeton street three hundred and fifty feet; thence southerly
by Lexington street two hundred and fifty feet; thence easterly by said Trenton
street three hundred and fifty feet to the bound begun at; containing eighty-seven
thousand five hundred square feet. The foregoing tract of land is known on said
map as Monument square, and contains the family burial ground of Major-Gen. John
Stark. The conveyance is made upon the condition that said city shall within three
years from the date hereof properly enclose said premises with a suitable enclosure
and shall thenceforth at all time property secure, protect and preserve said premises
with the monuments thereon erected or that hereafter may be erected; and that
said city shall not alien or convey said premises to any person or corporation
but shall forever keep and maintain the same as a public ground or square to be
beautiful and adorned from time to time as may seem proper and reasonable; and
said premises shall never be occupied for any purpose whatever inconsistent with
the uses aforesaid.
LIST OF DESCENDANTS
1887 George Stark of Nashua NH published a booklet called "Living Descendants
of Major General John Stark." The descendants list (only) from that pamphlet
are included below:
asterisk "*" indicates that the individual found in the pamphlet is
included in the family tree shown above. If you don't see an asterisk, then I
am not positive that they are included.
a line is in question, I've left my notes here to provide a little research and
background, and I'll continue when I obtain more proofs.
OF GENERAL JOHN STARK
I. Caleb was born December 3, 1758
was born May 28, 1761, died Sept. 11, 1791
3. John Jr. born April 17, 1763
Eleanor, b. May 4, 1765, died August 20, 1767
5. Eleanor Jr. b. June 30, 1767;
6. Sarah, b June 11, 1769; married Blodget
b. Aug 10, 1771; married John Cameron
8. Mary, b. Sept 19, 1773; married B.F.
9. Charles, b. Dec 2, 1775, lost at sea about 1806
Franklin, born Jan 16, 1777
11. Sophia, b. Jan 21, 1782; married Dickey
OF LIVING DESCENDANTS OF GENERAL JOHN STARK - 1887
FROM CALEB STARK
Charlotte Stark, Dunbarton NH
*Charles Morris Stark, Dunbarton NH
*John McNeil Stark, Dunbarton NH
*Charles S. Newell, Goshen NY
*Lieut. Com. John S. Newell,
*William C. Newell, Dorchester, Mass.
*William S. Newell, Dorchester,
*Charles Newell, Dorchester, Mass.
*Lieut. Francis Winslow, U.S. Navy
*Cameron McRay Winslow, (Master) U.S. Navy
*Arthur Winslow, Raleigh, N.C.
JOHN STARK, JR.
*John S. Moore, Waltham, Mass.
*Hyman Moore, Quincy,
*Charles Moore, Waltham, Mass.
*John Milton Moore, Waltham, Mass.
Henry B. Brown, Quincy, Mass.
*Mrs. Annie F. Richardson, Lawrence, Mass.
Geo. H. Ferguson, Lawrence, Mass.
*Mrs. John W. Porter, Lawrence, Mass.
William Milkins, South Boston, Mass.
*Mrs. Chas. Sumner Jones, Woburn, Mass.
Josephine Howe, Danvers, Mass.
*Mrs. Juliet Ayer, Waltham, Mass.
Amelia Moore, Chicago, IL
*Ethel O. Moore, Chicago, IL
D. Stark, Fitchburg, Mass
*Leonard Stark, Barre Falls, Mass.
Stark, Barre Falls, Mass.
*Fred Clinton Stark, Barre Falls, Mass.
Mary Lackey, Barre Falls, Mass.
*Mrs. Annie Caroline Shattuck, Fitchburg, Mass.
*Henry C. Stark, Hyde Park, Mass.
*Mrs. Ellen D. Lewis, Hyde Park, Mass.
Elizabeth Shattuck, Fitchburg, Mass.
*Florence Amelia Shattuck, Fitchburg,
*Fred Arthur Shattuck, Fitchburg, Mass.
*Arthur Dinsmoor, Laconia,
*James A. Dinsmoor, Laconia NH
*Lillian Rockwood Dinsmoor, Laconia NH
H. Stark, Laconia NH
S. Kidder, Manchester NH
*Joseph Kidder, Manchester NH
*Mrs. Susan Palmer,
*Charles S. Kidder, Manchester NH
*Samuel P. Kidder, Manchester
*Nathan P. Kidder, Manchester NH
*Frank Kidder, Manchester NH
F. Kidder, Manchester NJ
*Sarah J. Kidder, Manchester NH
*Annie E. Kidder,
*William H. Morrill, Manchester NH
*Helen M. Morrill, Manchester
*George Fisk, Lisbon NH
*Leonard R. Kidder, New York City
J. Kidder, Chariton, Iowa
*Willis Kidder, Nashua NH
*Frank V. Reynolds, Rochester,
*Grace E. Reynolds, Rochester NY
*Mrs. Charles Moore, Waltham, Mass.
Kidder, Manchester NH
*Florence Kidder, Manchester NH
*Fanny Kidder, Manchester
*Ruth Kidder, Manchester NH
B. Stark, Manchester NH
*Augustus Stark, Manchester NH
*Burke F. Stark,
Stark, Nashua NH
*John F. Stark, Nashua NH
George F. Stark, Nashua NH
Emma G. Towne, West Newton, Mass.
*Edwd. Bancroft Towne, West Newton, Mass.
S. Towne, West Newton, Mass.
J. Gillis, New York City
*Frederick S. Gillis, New York City
Marble, Newtown, Conn.
*Frederick P. Marble, Lowell, Mass.
Walker, Lowell, Mass.
*Mrs. Hariet Ames, Wilmington, Mass.
*Charles G. Ames, Wilmington, Mass.
*J. Newton Ames, Wilmington,
*Mrs. Juliet S. Gowing, Wakefield, Mass.
Gamble, Manchester NH
*Susan A. Gamble, Manchester NH
*John Gamble, Manchester
Stark, Pennacook, NH
*Charles Stark, Penacook, NH
*Jerome B. Stark, Alameda,
*Mrs. Amanda M. Burpee, Manchester NH
*Mrs. Sarah J. Richardson, Mt.
N.P. Whittemore, Lowell MA
*Lew Whittemore, Lowell MA
G. Stark, Manchester NH
*Mrs. Samantha Ordway, Manchester NH
*Levi B. Stark,
*Mrs. Mary F. Mayne, Frenchtown, MT
*Charles Alvan Stark,
*Frederick Russell Stark, Manchester NH
*Susan Augusta Stark,
*Maurice Albert Stark, Manchester NH
Stark, Clinton, Mass.
*Nelson Stark, Salem, Mass.
*Margaret Stark, Salem,
Louisa B. Robie, Manchester NH
*Solon S. Robie, Boston, Mass.
Robie, Ravenna, Neb.
FROM MRS. BABSON
J.B. Merrill, Concord NH
*John S. Hoitt, Concord NH
*Thomas L. Hoitt, Concord
*Mrs. Charlotte S. Sanborn, Barnstead NH
*Mrs. Henrietta Warland, Barnstead
*Mrs. Harriet Rand, Barnstead NH
*Mrs. Frances Johnson, North Berwick,
*Mrs. Sarah B. Thompson, St. Stephens, N.B. [New Brunswick, Canada]
John Ray, Auburn NH
John W. Ray, Lake City, Minn [MN]
Hall, Manchester NH
NOTES ABOUT THE BLODGETT LINE:
I could not find the connection between
the RAY/HALL lines with the BLODGETT LINE. According to one of the RAY descendants,
they could possibly be related to Gen. John Stark's wife through the PAGE/PAIGE
STARK (General John-2, Archibald-1), b. 11 June 1769 in Derryfield NH; d. 29 Jan
1801; m. William Blodget, son of Samuel Blodget the canal builder of Manchester
NH; William was b. 18 Dec 1762; he was in trade in Goffstown and afterwards in
the lumber business and owned a mill at Amoskeag Falls.
Children of William
& Sarah (Stark) BLODGET:
1. Maria Louisa BLODGET, b. 20 March 1788
Caleb BLODGET, b. 1 June 1790
Blodgett m. Mrs. Sarah Hall Spalding
RAY, b. abt 1785 in NH; m. Hannah Caldwell Wason. She b. abt 1793 in NH. According
to the "History of Chester NH"--"he bought with Edward Ray, the
Oswego mill in Chester, drew their lumber to Martin's Ferry, rafted it to Newburyport
and sold it for eight dollars per thousand." He settled on the southwest
half of Lot 83 in Chester NH formerly occupied by Benjamin Crosset." From
1810-1840 living in Chester, Rockingham Co NH; In 1850 census, Stark and wife
Hannah residing in Auburn, Rockingham Co. NH
Children: (may be more):
+John Wason RAY, b. 23 Dec 1814 Chester (now Auburn) NH
2. dau, b between 1810-1815
3. son, b between 1820-1825
4. son, b. abt 1820?
OF WABASHA COUNTY"; Compiled by Dr. L. H. Bunnell; Published Chicago by H.
H. Hill, Publishers, 1884
Sisters of Elizabeth Page, Gen. John Stark's wife:
Mary Page b 22 Aug 1732
Haverhill MA; m. James Russell
Deborah Page b 22 June 1735 Haverhill MA
Records of Saco and Biddeford ME
John Rae & Mary Patten both of Biddeford
Intend Marriage Nov 9, 1753
Wason Ray, b. 23 Dec 1814 NH, died 12 Apr 1901 at Eureka Springs Arkansas, son
of Stark and Hannah Caldwell (Wason) Ray [she of Candia NH]. Congregationalist
minister. The "History of Wabasha County" states: "His grandfather
Ray was from England, and was a soldier in the revolutionary war, under the renowed
Gen. Stark, whose wife's sister he married. His mother was of Scotch-Irish descent.
Her father was also in the revolutionary war." He fitted for college at Pinkerton
Academy, Derry NH; graduated at Dartmouth College 1843; teacher at Atkinson Academy,
Manchester High School, High School in Eastport ME, Merrimack Normal Institute,
Pinkerton Academy. Licensed to preach Oct 14, 1846; ordained at Manchester NH
Jan 28, 1853; installed pastor at Rockville and Vernon CT; acting pastor Goffstown;
without a charge at Manchester; pastor in Lake City MN; acting pastor Wabasha,
MN; supplied at Maiden Rock, Wis without a charge; member of the School Board,
Derry NH; representative from Derry NH 1856; superintendent of school Manchester
NH 1859; made extneded tour of the Holy Land in 1877. He married 1) JUly 1844
to Miss Lucy Lee Sargent, dau of Rev. Benjamin Sargent of Chester NH. She d. 17
July 1845. He m2) 28 Dec 1848 in Epsom, Merrimack Co NH to Georgeanna/Georgianna
"Grace" BABB. She b. 4 March 1831 in Epsom NH dau of Dr. James &
Anna M. (Lang) Babb, and d. 30 June 1910. She is buried in Manchester NH. He was
a clergyman. In 1880 they were living in Lake, Wabasha Co., Minnesota with dau
Helen and her husband Erastus P. Gates. In 1860 census living in Ward 3, Manchester
NH with wife "Grace" and children Lucy and George.
Children of John
W. & Georgianna (Babb) Ray:
1. James Stark Ray, b. 10 Nov 1851 in Lake
City, Wabasha Co, Minnesota; d. 11 Aug 1853
2. Helen Lucy Ray, b. 16 July 1853
in Lake City, Wabasha Co., Minnesota; she m 28 Dec 1875 to Erastus P. Gates, Esq.
He b. 16 Apr 1850 in NY, (formerly of Warsaw) and d. 4 Apr 1913 in Minnesota.
In 1880 living with her parents in Lake, MN. Erastus's occupation "loans
money." They had at least one child, Georgeanna Parsons GATES, b. 13 March
1893 Minnesota, who m. abt 1914 to Raymond Bileau Mixsell. He b. 23 Jan 1882,
of London, England.
3. George Wason Ray, b. 25 Apr 1860 in Lake City, Wabasha
Co, Minnesota; d. 7 Nov 1865
FROM MRS. CAMERON
G. Cameron, Audubon, Iowa
*Mrs. Elizabeth S. Williams, San Francisco, California
S. Cameron, Chicago IL
FROM MRS. STICKNEY
Fannie Cone, Toledo, Ohio
Charles Green, Toldeo, Ohio - probably of the line
of Mary (Stickney) Whitney Green
*Mrs. Mary Tenney, Londonderry NH
*Mrs. Sarah Graves, Reading,
*Mrs. Charlotte Campbell, Reading, Mass.
Lines of Descent in North America (DNA Testing)