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James N. Stark (1823 - 1899)

James N. Stark
Born in Delaware County, Ohiomap
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Died in Mansfield, Richland, Ohio, United Statesmap
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This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import.[1] It's a rough draft and needs to be edited.


Name: James N. /Stark/[2][3][4]


Date: 1823
Place: Delaware County, Ohio[5]


Date: 06 MAY 1899
Place: Probably Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio[6]


Type: Church Affiliation
Place: Olive Green Methodist Episcopal Church[7][8]


Note: #N2410


Husband: James N. Stark
Date: 1845[9]


  1. Stark-1274 was created by Dana Jones through the import of starkaron5gen.ged on Feb 1, 2014. This comment and citation can be deleted after the biography has been edited and primary sources are included.
  2. Source: #S893 Page: page 79, ID#618 Data: Text: reported to be the son of James Stark, ID#254
  3. Source: #S1804 Page: page 206a Data: Text: reports James N. Stark, age 57, was head of the house and married to Charlotte Stark, age 60, who was born in Virginia. CRS reports Charlotte Harrison was born in Fredericksburg, Virginia. James Stark was living next door to his son, Clifton Stark.
  4. Source: #S2876 Data: Text: Date of Import: Oct 12, 2004
  5. Source: #S893 Page: page 78 & 79 Data: Text: reports his year of birth on page 78 and place of birth on page 79
  6. Source: #S2876 Data: Text: Date of Import: Oct 12, 2004 {Note From Clovis LaFleur: He was still living in 1885 according to CRS text which said "They (James N. & Charlotte Stark) were both living in 1885 at Mansfield, Ohio."
  7. Source: #S2876 Data: Text: Date of Import: Oct 12, 2004
  8. Source: #S3570 Page: Missionary Giving
  9. Source: #S893 Page: page 78
  • Source: S1804 Title: Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio 1880 Census Publication: Name: Family History Library Film 1255016; National Archives Film #T9-1016; NOTESource Medium: Census
  • Source: S2876 Author: Wilcox, John (Contributor), Title: James Stark of Ohio.FTW Publication: Name:; NOTESource Medium: Electronic
  • Source: S3570 Author: Methodist Episcopal Church Title: Minutes of the North East Conference - Detailed Missionary Report Publication: Name: Archives of Ohio United Methodism - Ohio Wesleyan University, BeeghlyLibrary; NOTESource Quality: Members based on Missionary Report (1864-1878) ------------------------Kingston/Olive Green--------------------------- Gardner and Charity Wilcox (1864-1876) Rev. Ira and Jane Chase (1862-1868) James N. and Charlotte Stark (1865-1873) Oliver and El ABBR Minutes of the North East Conference
  • Source: S893 Author: Charles R. Stark. Title: Aaron Stark Family, Seven Generations of Aaron Stark of Groton, Connecticut Publication: Name: Wright & Potter, Boston, Mass., 1927; Repository: #R5 NOTESource Medium: Book
  • Repository: R5 Name: LDS Film #1018909 Address: E-Mail Address: Phone Number:


Compiled by Clovis LaFleur. Please give credit to the researchers who have contributed family data for this individual. Thank you!!!
Note N2410Source: "The Aaron Stark Family, Seven Generations", by Charles R. Stark, published 1927, page79 James Stark was born in Delaware County, Ohio in 1823. He married Charlotte Harrison of Fredericksburg, Va., in 1845. They were both living in 1885 at Mansfield, Ohio. {Note: Mansfield is in Richland County.} __________________________________ Source: HISTORY OF DELAWARE COUNTY, (CHICAGO; O. L.. BASKINS CO., HISTORICAL PUBLISHERS, 66 DEARBORN STREET;1880); CHAPTER XXVI, pages 561-562 Kingston Township is situated in Range 17, in the United States military lands, and is designated as Number 5 in the original survey. It was created as a township, June 8, 1813, and has had no changes made in its boundary lines since its organization. It is a square, containing 16,000 acres of land, or an area of twenty-five miles, and is bounded on the north by Morrow County, on the east by Porter Township, on the south by Berkshire, and on the west by Brown. There are no towns or villages in the township, nor even a grist-mill. About forty six or eight years ago, however, a storehouse was built at what was known as Stark's Corners, near the east line of the township, and about the center, north and south, by a man of the name of James Moore, who sold goods for some years, and was succeeded by James N. Stark. __________________________________ Source: Ibid; Chapter XXVI In 1809, James Stark [Father of James N. Stark].....By his second wife he had one son, James N. Stark, now owner of the old homestead, but he does not occupy it. For many years, the son was extensively engaged in farming and mercantile pursuits. At one time he owned about two thousand acres of farming land in Kingston and Porter Township, but losses and shrinkage in values compelled him to part with a large portion of his landed property, and to greatly contract his commercial pursuits. ___________________________________ Source: Ibid; Chapter XXVII Olive Green contains now two stores. Mr. D. Morehouse has one, and Mr. Conard occupies the old storeroom of Mr. James N. Stark....The first Postmaster in Olive Green was Mr. James N. Stark, who was appointed in 1860. ___________________________________ Source Information: 1880 Census; Place: Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio Family History Library Film 1255016; National Archives Film #T9-1016, Page 206A James N. STARK Self M Male W 57 OH Real Estate PA NY Charlotte STARK Wife M Female W 60 VA Keeping House VA VA Lewis L. STARK Son S Male W 21 OH Stock Dealer OH VA Wilbur W. STARK Son S Male W 18 OH Manufacturer OH VA _________________________________ Census: 1870 Kingston Township, Delaware Co, OH _________________________________

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