Maj. Caleb Stark (Continental Army)

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Caleb Stark

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Birthplace: Dunbarton, (Present Merrimack County), Province of New Hampshire
Death: August 26, 1838 (78)
Oxford, Butler County, Ohio, United States
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Son of Gen. John Stark (Continental Army) and Elizabeth Stark
Husband of Sarah Stark
Father of Sarah Winslow; John William Stark; Elizabeth Newell; Charles Stark; Henry Stark and 5 others
Brother of Archibald Stark; John Stark, Jr.; Sarah Blodgett; Mary Stickney; Charles Lee Stark and 19 others

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About Maj. Caleb Stark (Continental Army)

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Caleb Stark (December 3, 1759-August 28, 1838) was the eldest son of General John Stark and his wife Molly Stark.

He was born December 3, 1759, at Dunbarton, New Hampshire. During the American Revolutionary War Caleb served with his father in the 1st New Hampshire Regiment at the Battle of Bunker Hill, Trenton and Princeton as an Ensign. After his father resigned his commission Caleb remained in the Continental Army, serving the rest of the war and rising to the rank of major. In 1787 Caleb married Sarah McKinstry. In 1811 Caleb Stark started the first cotton mill in Suncook, New Hampshire. Caleb Stark served in the New Hampshire Senate in 1818-1819. In 1828 he moved to Oxford Township, Ohio and died there on August 28, 1838.

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Maj. Caleb Stark (Continental Army)'s Timeline

1759
December 3, 1759
Dunbarton, (Present Merrimack County), Province of New Hampshire
1788
October 24, 1788
1792
May 8, 1792
Dumbarton, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA
1794
January 4, 1794
Dunbarton, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA
1794
Dunbarton, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA
1796
1796
Dunbarton, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA
1798
1798
Dunbarton, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA
1803
1803
Dunbarton, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA
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1806
Dunbarton, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA