Stark County, North Dakota Area
Area Coordinator: Volunteer Needed
Date Formed: The county was organized May 25, 1883, by H.L. Dickinson, James Collister, and James G. Campbell, commissioners (Source: 1884 Andreas Atlas).
County Seat: Dickinson
Cities, townships and historical communities: Antelope, Belfield, Dickinson, Gaylord, Gladstone, Lehigh, Richardton, South Heart, Taylor, and Zenith
Name Type Source Stark Co, Township 137 N., Range 97 W. Map HR 10-1, pg. 4, 1980 Antelope, Stark Co., ND Village History HR 16, pg 31, 1976 Stone House - Dickinson ND Dakotas - History HR 19-3, pg. 10, 1989
Books: (Available at GRHS Library)
- Centennial roundup: a history of Dickinson, North Dakota
- Historical review of Richardton, N. D.
- Richardton heritage: a history of Richardton, North Dakota
- Stark County heritage and destiny
Cemetery Location Some Cemeteries - Transcriptions Antelope Belfield Cemetery Belfield Belfield Lutheran Cemetery Belfield Bedesta Christ Lutheran Cemetery Daglum Cemetery New England Dickinson Cemetery Dickinson Emmanuel Gladstone Cemetery Gladstone Gladstone Non-Catholic Cemetery Gladstone Immanuel Cemetery Dickinson Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery rural Belfield Pioneer Cemetery south of Taylor Pioneer Cemetery SE of Gladstone St. Bernard's Cemetery Belfield St. Elizabeth's Cemetery Lefor St. John's Lutheran Cemetery Richardton St. John's Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery Belfield St. Joseph's Cemetery Dickinson St. Mary's Cemetery Richardton St. Mary's Cemetery South Heart St. Patrick's Cemetery Dickinson St. Pius Cemetery Schelfield St. Stephen's Cemetery Gladstone St. Thomas Cemetery Gladstone St. Wenceslaus Cemetery Dickinson Taylor Cemetery Taylor
Genealogy Database: Includes photos, headstone photos and other resources.
Maps: GRHS Online Map Collection
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