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Re: Familles allemandes en Haiti
Posted by: Gabriel Bertrand Date: April 28, 2001 at 19:49:03
In Reply to: Re: Familles allemandes en Haiti by Adrien BANCE of 2225

I am interested to learn more about the family STARK in Haiti. The information that I have is a document, dated 16 july 1868 where in my great grand father Adam Frederick Stark renounces his Haitian citizenship at the Prussian Consulate in Haiti, by 'droit de naissance" ( He was 18 at the time. We are assuming that his father was born in Prussia)
This Adam Frederich Stark was born in Port au Prince on 23 December 1850. His parents were Frederich Francois Stark and Felicienne Felix. These two were not married at the time of the birth of their son, but did marry later because the marriage certificate of the (Prussian!) Adam Frederich Stark dated November 24 1875 lists him as a legitimate child of the Frederich and Felicienne Felix, "son epouse", both deceased.
Adam Frederich Stark had also a brother. name?????
Adam married Marie Ursule Aixa Benjamin, (she was 15 years old) and he died before the birth of his only child Charles Francois Stark, my maternal grandfather, who died January 4th 1956 at Croix des Bouquets.
Sorry about the English language.
If anyone has any other information about the Stark family in Haiti, (or in Prussia!) I would love to hear about it. German, french or English all ok.


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