Person:Jeremiah Stark (1)

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Jeremiah Stark
m. 1716
  1. John Stark1717 - 1781
  2. James Stark , Jr1719 - 1761
  3. Thomas Stark1721 - 1802
  4. Elizabeth Starkest 1724 - bef 1789
  5. William StarkBET 1725 - 1726 - 1772
  6. Jeremiah Starkabt 1726 - 1805
  7. Mary Stark1727 -
  8. Susannah Stark1729 - Aft 1776
  9. Sarah Stark1731 -
  10. Jane Jean Stark1733/34 -
  11. Anne Stark1735/36 - ABT 1762
  12. Benjamin Stark1738 - AFT 1776
  13. Isabella Stark1742 -
  14. Daniel Stark1744 - ABT 1817
  15. Lydia Stark1748 -
m. 29 JAN 1747
  1. Capt John Carter Stark1748 - 1814
  2. Henry Carter Starkeabt 1750/51 -
  3. Mary Stark1753 - BEF 1805
  4. Robert Starke1755 -
m. ABT 1753
  1. Richard Stark1753 -
  2. Catherine StarkABT 1761 -
  3. William Sturrock StarkABT 1765 - 1807
  4. Henry StarkABT 1767 -
  5. James Stark1774 - 1866
  6. Thomas Stark1776 - 1824
  7. Robert Stark1784 - ABT 1867
  8. Daniel StarkABT 1788 -
  9. Elizabeth StarkABT 1790 -
  10. Lydia StarkABT 1792 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4][5] Jeremiah Stark
Gender Male
Alt Birth[2] 1721 Stafford, Virginia, United States
Birth[5] abt. 1726 Stafford County, Virginia
Alt Birth[4][5] 1729 Virginia, United States
Marriage 29 JAN 1747 Overwharton, Stafford, VAto Tabitha Carter
Marriage ABT 1753 Stafford Co., Virginiato Mary Elizabeth Green
Death[1] 23 JUL 1805 Stafford, Virginia, United States
Military? French & Indian Wars

Fron Stafford Va website:

STARK, JEREMIAH James Stark of Stafford states he was wounded with arrow. He was so badly wounded, that it was necessary to amputate his arm. Born ca 1721 Died 1795 in Stafford Co. Consort: (1) Tabither Carter; (2) Mary Elizabeth Green. It is said all of Jeremiah's sons served in the Revolution war.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 IGI records.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Millennium File.

    Name: Jeremiah Stark
    Birth: 1721
    Stafford, Virginia, USA
    Death: 1805
    Stafford, Virginia, USA

  3. Family Data Collection - Births.

    Name: Jeremiah Stark
    Birth: 11 June 1722
    Overwharton, Stafford, VA, USA

  4. 4.0 4.1 U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, Source number: 2099.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: PS2.

    Name: Jeremiah Stark
    Birth: 1729
    VA
    Marriage: 1747
    VA

  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, Source number: 2100.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: PS2.

    Name: Jeremiah Stark
    Birth: 1729
    VA
    Marriage: 1753
    VA

  6.   Miller, Joseph Lyon. The descendants of Capt. Thomas Carter of "Barford", Lancaster County, Virginia: with genealogical notes of many of the allied families. (Washington [District of Columbia]: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1954), pg. 362-363.

    Tabitha Carter, daughter of Jos. and Ann Pines Carter of "Daleland", born circa 1722-'24, died in Stafford Nov. 6, 1759. She was married in 1741 to William Lowry and settled in Stafford County, where he died in 1745, leaving two children:
    150. Judith Lowry, born Feb. 13, 1742.
    151. George Lowry, born Nov. 24, 1744.
    No further data of them except that both were living Nov. 8, 1757, when their stepfather, Jeremiah Starke rendered an account as guardian of their estate.

    Jan. 29, 1747, Mrs. Tabitha Carter Lowry was married to Jeremiah Starke, second son of James and Elizabeth Thornton Starke, who came to Stafford County, Va., in 1717. He is said to have been a lawyer and to have had brothers Archibald, Daniel and Jeremiah, who also came to America.

    Jeremiah Starke is said to have been born about 1726 in Stafford, and said to have been in the Virginia troops against the French and Indinans when he was wounded by an Indian arrow in the arm so badly that it was necessary to amputate the arm. After the death of Tabitha Carter Lowry Starke, Jeremiah Starke married a Mary Elizabeth Green or Guinn, by whom he had several children. He and all of his sons are said to have served in the War of the Revolution. He died in Stafford in 1805. A branch of the family in Tennessee has an old silver snuff box that bears the date 1744, and the motto "fortioruni fortia facta", the motto of the Starke family arms, and is said to have belonged to James Starke.
    Jeremiah and Tabitha Carter Starke had issue:
    152. James Carter Starke, born Nov. 16, 1748.
    153. Henry Carter Starke, born in 1750-'5.
    154. Mary Starke, born May 19, 1753.
    155. Robert Starke, born in 1755.