Sarah (Pearce) Stark

(1755 - 1798)

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Sarah (Pearce) Stark
1755 - 1798
Born
April 16, 1755
Johnston, Providence, RI, USA
Death
July 13, 1798
Danbury, Fairfield, CT, USA
Summary
Sarah (Pearce) Stark was born on April 16, 1755 at Johnston, Providence, RI, USA. She was born into the Pearce family and married into the Stark family. She died on July 13, 1798 at Danbury, Fairfield, CT, USA at age 43.
Updated: July 22, 2019
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Sarah (Pearce) Stark
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Sarah Stark was born on at Johnston, Providence, RI, USA
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Sarah Stark died on at Danbury, Fairfield, CT, USA
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Sarah Stark was born on at Johnston, Providence, RI, USA
Sarah Stark died on at Danbury, Fairfield, CT, USA
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Sarah (Pearce) Stark died on July 13, 1798 at Danbury, Fairfield, CT, USA at age 43. She was born on April 16, 1755 at Johnston, Providence, RI, USA. We have no information about Sarah's immediate family.

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