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Okes-Hanson Family
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 William Stark, Sr.
b-1664 in Connecticut
Elizabeth Unknown (Stark)
b-1672 in Connecticut
Isaac Lamb
b-1664 in Watertown, Massachusettts
Elizabeth Unknown ( Lamb )
William Stark, Jr.
b-1689 in New London, Connecticut
Experience Lamb ( Stark )
b-1693 in Groton, CT
Jonathan Stark
born 00/00/1712 in Groton, Connecticut
died 00/00/1764

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Jonathan Stark, grandson of William Stark, Sr., and Joseph Lacock, left Groton, Connecticut, for religious reasons, advertising his business and property in Ben Franklin's newspaper. Jonathan and Sarah settled on Schooley Mountain, a rugged area of Sussex County, New Jersey, where all six of their sons and daughter Sarah were born. Jonathan, following in the footsteps of his grandfather, successfully owned and operated a grist mill in Bethlehem Township, just across the Delaware River from Pennsylvania. After his death, his wife, his six sons--Jonathan, Jr., James, Christopher, Daniel, Joseph, and John--and his daughter Sarah, who was married to the Rev. William Woods, moved to Washington, PA, where they lived during the Revolutionary War. Sons Christopher and Daniel were a part of the Virginia Militia Roll of Soldiers in 1775. James, Daniel, and Christopher fought in Lord Dunmore's War and were paid at Fort Pitt for their services. These sons were "Rangers of the Frontier" from 1777 until 1783. Joseph and John, the youngest sons, fought in the Revolution with Capt. Abner Howell's Company. After the war, they all moved to Kentucky settling on large tracts of land west of Bardstown on Forman's Creek in Nelson County in 1784-1785. Their later move to Indiana would be because of their anti-slavery stand.

Spouse ~ Sarah Lacock
born 1720 in New Jersey
John Stark, b-1754
      - Benjamin Franklin Stark b-1783

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