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Stark family



Caleb Stark was born on December 3, 1759 in Dunbarton, NH. He was the eldest son of General John Stark. During the American Revolution, Caleb served with his father in the 1st New Hampshire Regiment as an ensign. He remained in the Continental Army until the war was over, rising to the rank of major. In 1811, he started the first cotton mill in Suncook, NH. He also served in the New Hampshire Senate from 1818 to 1819. Stark died on August 28, 1838.

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Stark Family papers

Identifier: MS-552
Date(s): 1800 to 1833

Stark Family. (1759-1864). The collection consists of correspondence, speeches, poetry, essays, an account book and a map documenting the family's interest and involvement with local and federal politics.

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