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Starbucks in Pulaskim Ark in Civil War
Posted by: Meredith Sheridan (ID *****2217) Date: April 15, 2004 at 11:41:16
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I know that Robert, son of Dr. Paul B Starbuck, served in the CSA and returned home due to "asthma". Dr. Starbuck had both lumber,and land interests. Dr. Starbuck (bn 1809)is dead on 8 July 1861 and his wife, Mary Martin Starbuck (bn1815) died 15 July 1866. His estate of $20,000 is gone by the death of Mrs Starbuck. One of the older sons retrieves the two youngest children, John Quincey and Julia from the orphanage where they have been placed by the administrator. Daniel married Mary Bonner and JOhn Quincey married Lavonia Barr while his brother Alexander married her sister Ellen. Has anyone knowledge of the burial place of the Starbucks? (I know that they have a plot in the historic cemetery of Little Rock where a 15 year old son is buried. There is no stone for them there.) Thanks Meredith


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