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United States representative , lawyer , politician

William Aubrey, American lawyer. Served as mayor of Marshall. Trustee Carnegie Public Library, San Antonio.


Aubrey, William was born on July 29, 1853 in Mobile, Alabama, United States. Son of William and Rosa Matilda (Forsyth) Aubrey.


Educated Dews Private School, Columbus, Georgia, Loyola College and Richard Malcolm Johnston Private School, Baltimore, Maryland.


Born in Mystic, Connecticut, on July 29, 1853, Stark moved to Wyoming, Illinois, in 1872. He taught school and clerked a store for a while. He was admitted to the bar by the Supreme Court of Illinois in January 1878.

Stark moved to Aurora, Nebraska, in February 1878, serving as superintendent of city schools in Aurora. He became deputy district attorney and then judge of the Hamilton County Court in Hamilton County, Nebraska. He served in the Nebraska National Guard as a major and Judge Advocate General.

He ran for the United States House of Representatives in 1895 and 1897 as a Populist, losing the first time and being elected the second to the 55th United States Congress. He was reelected to the 56th and 57th Congresses, serving from March 4, 1897 to March 3, 1903. Stark ran for the United States Congress as a Fusionist in 1902, but lost.

After leaving office in 1903, he retired to Aurora. Stark died in Tarpon Springs, Florida, on November 11, 1922. He is buried in the city cemetery in Aurora.


Served as mayor of Marshall. Trustee Carnegie Public Library, San Antonio.


Married Mistress;; married second, Eugenia. Children: Mistress Jean Bulkley, Mary (wife of Doctor.

William Aubrey

Rosa Matilda (Forsyth) Aubrey



Mary (wife of Dr Aubrey

Mistress Jean Bulkley Aubrey