STARBUCK, LEVI (1829 - 1905)
IOOF Cemetery in Santa Cruz
Civil War Veteran Gone
Levi Starbuck of Locust St. Dies on Friday Evening
Levi Starbuck, an old time resident of Santa Cruz, and a veteran of the civil war, died at this residence 48 Locust St. in this city on Friday evening. Mr. Starbuck had a severe attack of the grip lately and this, complicated with heart trouble was the cause of this death. He ate a hearty supper on Thursday night and was feeling much better and his death was entirely unexpected.
Mr. Starbuck formerly lived in East Santa Cruz where he is well known. He was a member of Wallace Reynolds, G.A.R. having been a volunteer in Company D, First Rhode Island infantry. He was a grandson of Capt.. Starbuck of Nantucket, RI who was a famous ship owner and sea captain before the Civil War. Mr. Starbuck's age was 77. He leaves a widow and one daughter, who live in this city.
The funeral will be held , as will be seen in another column on Sunday afternoon and will be private with the exception of the old soldiers who will conduct the service. Rev. C.O. Tillotson will deliver the funeral oration.
Starbuck in Santa Cruz April 29, Levi Starbuck, a native of Nantucket Mass. aged 76 days place from his late residence, 48 locust street at 2:30 P.M. Sunday. Interment private.
G.A.R. Funeral Notice
Officers and members of Wallace-Reynolds Post No. 32 G.A.R are requested to meet at their Post room this Sunday afternoon at three o'clock sharp, to attend the funeral of our late comrade Levi Starbuck by order of Geo. W. Wells, Commander
Santa Cruz Sentinel (May 2, 1905)
Funeral of Levi Starbuck
The funeral of the late Levi Starbuck was held in the Odd Fellows cemetery on Sunday by the Grand Army Post of which he was a member. Rev. C.O. Tillotson conducted the services.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (September 6, 1905)
To Whom It May Concern
I hereby certify that my husband, the late Levi Starbuck was not a member of the G.A.R. during his life nor in death. I take this opportunity of thanking the few members of that society who kindly assisted at his sad last rites.
Date of Birth: 1829-01-24
Date of Death: 1905-28-04
County: Santa Cruz
Cemetery/City of Burial: Santa Cruz Memorial Park
Cause of Death: Hrt/Related
Spouse: (Starbuck)_ Mary
Eye Color: Gr
Hair Color: Gr
Local Address: Locust St 48
Last City: Santa Cruz
Native of: MA
Military Unit: RI_ 1 Inf_ Co D
Military Notes: E_M/O Prvdnce
Available records used to obtain information:
Santa Cruz County death records
Santa Cruz and Monterey newspapers
CW Reference: SEN 1905/04/29