Lydia Elizabeth STARK was born on Jul 15 1911 in LaPlata, Missouri.
She died on Jul 15 1911 in LaPlata, Missouri. Parents:
Herbert Harmon STARK and Lida B. KAPPEL.|
Marshall Dixon STARK was born on Aug 12 1813 in Luzerne County, Penn. He died on Dec 6 1882. Parents: Oliver STARKE and Elizabeth DIXON.
He was married to Louisa S. TYLER on Oct 5 1841 in Pennsylvania. Children were: Harmon Marshall STARK, Martha S. STARK, Mary Elizabeth STARK, Jefferson Oliver STARK, Henry Jerome STARK, Theron Marshall STARK, Adah Louisa STARK, Ella Amanda STARK, Emma Jayne STARK, Hattie M. STARK.
Marshall Maitland STARK was born on May 12 1909 in Addair, Missouri. He died on Sep 14 1979 in Canon City, Colorado. Parents: Herbert Harmon STARK and Lida B. KAPPEL.
Marshella Noel STARK was born on May 16 1994 in Melbourne, Florida. Parents: Donald Marshall STARK and Susan Louise CHASE.
Martha S. STARK was born on Dec 26 1843. She died on Oct 25 1925 in Collins Ia. Parents: Marshall Dixon STARK and Louisa S. TYLER.
She was married to Hosea ATTWOOD on Nov 15 1865.
Mary STARK was born on Oct 13 1772. She died on Feb 12 1859. Parents: William STARKE and Mary Polly CAREY.
She was married to Elijah CLARK on Feb 2 1794.
Mary Elizabeth STARK was born on Jun 1 1845. She died on Feb 26 1929 in Kingston, Illinois. Parents: Marshall Dixon STARK and Louisa S. TYLER.
She was married to Curtis HARRIS on Nov 24 1868 in Belvedere, Ill..
Mary Elizabeth STARK was born on Nov 13 1817. Parents: Oliver STARKE and Elizabeth DIXON.
She was married to Albert OSTERHOUT.
Mary Louisa STARK was born on Oct 2 1870. She died on Mar 19 1969 in LaPlata, Missouri. Parents: Harmon Marshall STARK and Mary Jayne PATTEN.
Nancy STARK was born on Mar 12 1774. Parents: William STARKE and Mary Polly CAREY.
Nathan STARK was born on Dec 25 1763. Parents: William STARKE and Mary Polly CAREY.
Nathan Isaac STARK was born on Jun 4 1896. He died on Jan 12 1949. He was buried in North Wood Cemetary, Philidelphia. Parents: Nathan Tuttle STARK and Mary Anna LOVET.
Nathan Tuttle STARK was born on Jan 29 1863 in New Haven, Connecticut. He died on Sep 14 1917 in Phillidelpheia, Pennsylvania. He was buried on Sep 19 1917 in Oakland Cemetary, Phillidelphia, Penn. Parents: Isaac Augur STARK and Hannah KNAPP.
He was married to Ida N. BRENNER on May 19 1906.
Nedra STARK Parents: Marshall Maitland STARK and Genevieve Helen DANNER.
Nehemiah STARK was born on Aug 6 1838. Parents: Oliver STARKE and Elizabeth DIXON.
Neill Robert STARK
She was married to Robert STARK .
Otis N. STARK was born on Jan 22 1832. Parents: Oliver STARKE and Elizabeth DIXON.
Pamela Marie STARK Parents: Marshall Maitland STARK and Genevieve Helen DANNER.
Phebe STARK was born on Mar 10 1822. Parents: Oliver STARKE and Elizabeth DIXON.
She was married to J.W. REYNOLDS on Apr 21 1840.
She was married to Horton SQUIRES on Apr 27 1873.
Phyllis STARK Parents: Marshall Maitland STARK and Genevieve Helen DANNER.
Raymond STARK was born in 1889. Parents: Harmon Marshall STARK and Susan CLARK.
Robert STARK was born in 1950. He died in 1989. Parents: Eugene Elmer STARK and Dolores.
He was married to Neill Robert STARK.
Rodney STARK was living. Parents: Eugene Elmer STARK and Mildred.
Samantha STARK was born on May 12 1824. Parents: Oliver STARKE and Elizabeth DIXON.
She was married to Samuel LOTT on Feb 10 1850.
Samuel STARK was born on Feb 16 1788. Parents: William STARKE and Mary Polly CAREY.
Sarah M. STARK was born on Oct 30 1828. She died on Jul 9 1833. Parents: Oliver STARKE and Elizabeth DIXON.
Sharol STARK Parents: Marshall Maitland STARK and Genevieve Helen DANNER.
Sharon STARK Parents: Clifford Charles STARK and Almira.
Susan Elizabeth STARK was living. Parents: William Leucine Jr. STARK and Joan Carol SCISM.
Susan Nicole STARK was born on Apr 27 1974 in Canon City, Colorado. Parents: Donald Marshall STARK and Susan Louise CHASE.
She was married to Lawrence Wayne SALBERG Jr on Nov 4 1995 in Covenant Presbyterian Church, Palm Bay, Florida. Children were: Hannah Nicole SALBERG, Elijah Matthew SALBERG , Isaac Daniel SALBERG, Samuel Gideon SALBERG, Jonah Benjamin SALBERG, Abigail Joy SALBERG.
Theron STARK was born on Apr 10 1809. He died on Sep 26 1831. His grave is unmarked. Parents: Oliver STARKE and Elizabeth DIXON.
Theron Marshall STARK was born on Nov 3 1851. He died on Jul 29 1915. Parents: Marshall Dixon STARK and Louisa S. TYLER.
He was married to Sylvia VAN GOLDER on Dec 19 1878 in Stark on the Hill, Sycamore, Illinois. Married by Rev. Sage.
Troy STARK was living. Parents: Eugene Elmer STARK and Mildred.
Valarie Annette STARK was born on Feb 11 1978 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Parents: Donald Marshall STARK and Susan Louise CHASE.
Children were: Levi Aaron BALL .
Vincent J. STARK was born on Nov 20 1892. Parents: Nathan Tuttle STARK and Emily G.
Wanda STARK Parents: Marshall Maitland STARK and Genevieve Helen DANNER.
Wendy STARK Parents: Clifford Charles STARK and Almira.
William STARK was born on Feb 13 1765. Parents: William STARKE and Mary Polly CAREY.
William STARK was born in 1664 in around Stonington. He was buried on Sep 8 1730 in Wightman Cemetary, Groton CT. He died on Sep 8 1730. Parents: Aaron STARK and Sarah FISH?.
William STARK Parents: William STARK and Elizabeth.
William STARK was born in 1723. He died on Jul 5 1795. Parents: William STARK and Experience LAMB.
William STARK was living. Parents: Eugene Elmer STARK and Mildred.
William Halstead STARK was born on May 24 1811. Parents: Oliver STARKE and Elizabeth DIXON.
William Leucine Jr. STARK was born on Dec 19 1927 in Phillidelpheia, Pennsylvania. William Leucine Stark, Jr.
William Warren Stark was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 19 December 1927, the eldest of four sons born to William Scott Stark and Florence Irene Spencer (Howard Paul, Eugene Elmer, and Clifford Charles arrived later). During his boyhood years, he lived with his parents in Croydon, PA. The Depression years were hard ones for the family, and he has recounted stories of how when they lacked shoes they would make boots out of old inner tubes. His father had been in the Navy during World War I, and had subsequently worked on merchant ships as an oiler and the like, but during the Depression he apparently worked various odd jobs, including carpentry, and was often unemployed.
From information in some diaries that his mother kept at irregular intervals, it seems that much of young ``Billie's'' time was devoted to helping his father with various construction tasks at home, and to his studies. At one point he had a paper route, but on 7 November 1942 a doctor told him he had a heart murmur and that he had to give up all heavy exercise. He was unfortunately burdened by this piece of misinformation until 1945, when he passed his physical examination before entering the Merchant Marine Academy. Another medical problem was that he had been born with an abnormally short muscle or tendon on one side of his neck, which caused his head to cant to one side. Correcting this condition ultimately required an operation and a 17 day hospital stay, which the family was unable to afford until January 30, 1941. Billie wore his first long pants on 15 September 1941.
Young Bill graduated valedictorian of the class of 1945 at Bensalem Township High School, but had a terrible fight with his mother because he didn't want her to come and see him receive the various awards and certificates he earned. Shortly after this incident his mother wrote in her diary, ``I hope getting out in the world on his own changes him for the better as his outlook on life is slightly warped.'' After graduation, he was accepted to the United States Merchant Marine Cadet Corps. At about this time his name was changed to William Leucine Stark, Jr., and his father's to William Leucine Stark, Sr. He attended the Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, New York and graduated with the B.S. degree on June 15, 1949, sixth in a class of 225. From 1949 to 1956 he was employed by various steamship companies in the capacities of Third, Second, and Chief Officer. His Master's License was issued in Philadelphia on 7 November 1952. From 1956 to 1959 he was Principal and Instructor at the Merchant Marine School, Seamen's Church Institute, New York, NY. While attending Teacher's College, Columbia University during this period, he met Joan Carol Scism, whom he married in Nunda, NY on June 28, 1958.
In 1959 he received the M.A. degree in Mathematics Education from Columbia. He then began an eighteen-year teaching career during which he held positions as a sixth grade teacher in Mahopac, NY, a Mathematics teacher at Huntington High School, Huntington, NY, an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Ulster County Community College, Stone Ridge, NY, an Instructor at the Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies near Baltimore, MD, and as a member of the faculty of the US Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, NY. Although he performed his work capably, he apparently had trouble getting along with persons in positions of authority, and usually after a a few years in a particular job it would become necessary for him to move on. To be assured of a steady flow of food to the mouths of four hungry children, Joan Stark began to take on part-time employment at home. Later, she went back to graduate school and earned the Ed.D. degree, at which point the location of the family homestead followed her career path rather than his. This, and the fact that ultimately she began to make more money than he, undoubtedly contributed to strife at home.
Four children were born to Bill and Joan: Eugene William, Susan Elizabeth, Linda Anne, and Ellen Scism. He encouraged all his children to high achievement, in sports as well as in school. He was an especially avid supporter of the gymnastics activities in which all his daughters participated at some point. He was a good tennis player, but was unsuccessful at making an adequate partner out of his son. Although not musical himself, he seemed to enjoy very much relaxing on a soft carpet within earshot when one of his children was struggling to practice their piano lesson. He liked outdoor activities, and would take whichever of the children he could get to go along on outings to go skiing, sledding, or exploring in the woods. In the summertime, he enjoyed gardening, and knew how to grow very large tomato plants. Part of the secret was to put the plants in very early in the spring, and it was the job of the children to cover the plants in the evening with little newspaper hats to keep out the frost. With 50 or 75 six-foot high tomato plants in the back yard, several bushels of tomatoes a day could be harvested at the height of the summer. The children got to peddle the excess tomatoes to the neighbors.
When Joan accepted a faculty post at Syracuse University in 1974, Bill continued to work at the Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies near Baltimore. To be with the family on weekends, he would commute by car, leaving for Syracuse on Friday afternoons and returning to Baltimore very early Monday mornings, with very little sleep. He continued in the same fashion when he moved from Baltimore and took a position at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy on Long Island. If anyone expressed concern that he might fall asleep on one of his early morning trips, he would laugh it off, saying that this couldn't happen because whenever he started to run off the road, the little stones from the shoulder pinging the underside of his car would wake him up.
William Leucine Stark, Jr. died suddenly of a heart attack on March 9, 1978, in Baltimore, MD, while attending a school to train him to operate liquified natural gas tankers. He is survived by his wife and children. Events throughout both his personal and professional life leave one with the impression of a man frustrated in the complete fulfillment of many of his life's goals by deep internal conflicts arising outside his control. The true nature of his struggle can at best be guessed, since only on rare occasions did he allow others to glimpse much of his inner self. It seems clear, though, that the main goal of the latter half of his life was to raise his children to adulthood and a level of achievement in life that, for one reason or another, had been inaccessible to him. He strove for this goal to the limit of his abilities, and it is unfortunate that his death at such an early age deprived him of the satisfaction of seeing his efforts come to fruition.
He died on Mar 9 1978 in Baltimore, Maryland. Parents: William Scott STARK and Florence Irene SPENCER .
William Louis STARK Parents: Daniel STARK and Eliza AUGUR.
William Scott STARK was born on Apr 10 1898. He changed his name latter in life to William Leucine. He died on Apr 28 1956 in Croyden, Penn. He was buried in Bristol Cemetary, Bristol, Penn. Parents: Nathan Tuttle STARK and Mary Anna LOVET.
Willieatta STARK was born on Aug 14 1867 in 23 Frank St, New Haven, Conn.. Parents: Isaac Augur STARK and Hannah KNAPP.
Aaorn STARKE was born on Mar 3 1732. He died on Jul 3 1778. Parents: Christopher STARKE and Joanna WALWORTH.
Aaron STARKE was born in 1650 in MYSTIC, NEW LONDON CO., CON. He died on Apr 29 1721 in New London, CT ?. Parents: Aaron STARK and Sarah FISH?.
Aaron STARKE was born in 1678. Parents: Aaron STARKE and Mehitabel SHAW.