Person:Thomas Stark (21)

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m. 1716
  1. John Stark1717 - 1781
  2. James Stark , Jr1719 - 1761
  3. Thomas Stark1721 - 1802
  4. Elizabeth Starkest 1724 - 1789
  5. William StarkBET 1725 - 1726 - 1772
  6. Mary Stark1727 -
  7. Susannah Stark1729 - Aft 1776
  8. Sarah Stark1731 -
  9. Jane Jean Stark1733/34 -
  10. Anne Stark1735/36 - ABT 1762
  11. Benjamin Stark1738 - AFT 1776
  12. Isabella Stark1742 -
  13. Daniel Stark1744 - ABT 1817
  14. Lydia Stark1748 -
  15. Jeremiah Stark1753 - 1805
m. ABT. 1748
  1. Jeremiah Stark1749 - 1824
  2. Thomas Stark1752 -
  3. James Stark1759 - BET 1832 - 1840
  4. Walter Stark1762 -
  5. William Stark1763 -
  6. Leah Stark1765 -
  7. Rachel Stark1768 -
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Name Thomas Stark
Gender Male
Birth? 1721 Overwarton Parish, Stratford, VA
Marriage ABT. 1748 to Rachael Couts Williams
Death? 1802 Robertson Co, TN

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Thomas Stark, third son of James Stark and Elizabeth Thornton was born in 1721. Major in Rev, War. Late in his life, when he signed a deed in 1788 in Newberry County, S.C., his wife was "Rachel". The children of Thomas Stark included (1) Thomas Jr., who married Ruth King; (2) Jeremiah, who married Mary King, sister of Ruth; (3) James; (4) John; (5) William, who married Martha Morgan; (6) Walter, who married Mary Magdalene; (7). Leah, who married-a man named~Couts. Thomas Stark moved from Gilders Creek, Newberry County, S.C. to Robertson County, Tennessee. Two of his older children, Thomas Jr. and Jeremiah, who had married the King sisters remained in South Carolina. Thomas Stark, Sr. died in 1802 in Robertson County, Tennessee, and left a will. His estate was small, which he devised to his wife, Rachel and youngest son Walter, except for a yearling he left to a grandson namesake, Thomas, son of James. Apparently the older children of Thomas Stark were well established in their own homes.


More About THOMAS STARK:

Fact 1: Major in Rev War

Fact 2: Left Will