James Stark Stark, Jr.

(1760 - 1812)

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JAMES (Stark) STARK
1760 - 1812
Born
December 12, 1760
NEW YORK US
Death
June 10, 1812
Pawling, Dutchess, NY, USA
Summary
James Stark Stark, Jr. was born on December 12, 1760 in . He was born into the Stark family and married into the STARK family. He died on June 10, 1812 at Pawling, Dutchess, NY, USA at 51 years old.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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James Stark Stark, Jr.
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JAMES STARK was born on in NEW YORK US
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JAMES STARK died on at Pawling, Dutchess, NY, USA
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JAMES STARK was born on in NEW YORK US
JAMES STARK died on at Pawling, Dutchess, NY, USA
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James Stark Stark, Jr. died on June 10, 1812 at Pawling, Dutchess, NY, USA at 51 years of age. He was born on December 12, 1760 in . We are unaware of information about JAMES's surviving family.

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