Moses Starr

M, b. 1 December 1851, d. 15 January 1870
     Note: Never married. Moses Starr was buried at Grove Cemetery, Wells Co., IN. He was born on 1 December 1851 at Chester Twp., Wells Co., IN. He was the son of Benjamin Webb Starr and Matilda Jane Popejoy. Moses Starr died on 15 January 1870 at age 18.

Moses Starr

M, b. 1 December 1744, d. 11 June 1767
     Moses Starr was born on 1 December 1744. He was the son of Isaac Starr and Margaret Lightfoot. Moses Starr died on 11 June 1767 at age 22.

Moses Starr

M, b. 24 May 1791, d. 16 March 1874
     Moses Starr was born on 24 May 1791 at New Garden MM, Chester Co., PA. He was the son of Jeremiah Starr and Ann Whitson. Moses Starr married Rachel Pennington on 15 August 1816 at Meeting at West Grove, Chester Co., PA. Moses Starr died on 16 March 1874 at Baltimore Co., MD, at age 82. He was buried in March 1874 at Friends Burying Grounds, Gunpowder Meeting House.

Children of Moses Starr and Rachel Pennington

Moses Starr

M, b. 6 January 1842
     Moses Starr was born on 6 January 1842. He was the son of Isaiah J. Starr and Margaret J. Brackin. Moses Starr married Mary Ann Knott on 6 April 1868.

Moses Starr

M
     Moses Starr was the son of Merrick Starr and Phoebe Pearson. Moses Starr married Martha Clark on 29 April 1790 at Maiden Creek Meeting, Berks Co., PA; 6 sons and 6 daughters.

Moses Starr

M, b. 22 June 1787, d. 24 September 1853
     Note: Reverend Moses Starr relocated with his family in 1839 to Iowa. He owned land in the Northwest part of of Section 35, Lynn Grove Township, Jasper Co., Iowa, April 24, 1848, when this claim was made. Born in Hampshire County, Virginia (now WV) in 1787, but moved to Ohio when quite young. There he engaged in mercantile pursuits. In 1839 they moved to Iowa. In 1853 the Starr family started the long and perilous journey across the plains. Ox and horse teams furnished the motive power. When they reached Dales, Oregon, Moses was taken ill and soon after reaching Clackamas he died. Saddened and bereaved though she was, Elizabeth took his place at the head of the little band and lead them to their destination in Benton County, Oregon. There she took up a Donation land claim of 160 acres. She improved her land and made a home. Her ability as a physician was of unusual order and many a sick room was brightened by her presence. She lived to the age of 79.

from Mabelle Martsching of Corvallis, OR:

“Moses Starr came on the wagon train in 1853, on the same train were Jonas Belknap, Rambos, H. B. Nichols, etc.

“Moses Starr died in Clackamas County, Oregon Territory in the mountains on way to Oregon. His wife Elizabeth Calhoun Starr received a Donation Land Claim in Benton County where she raised her family. She never remarried.

“On April 10, 1854 the first Methodist class was started by Noah Asbury Starr. He was also the first preacher in the area.

“Cornelius Battelle Starr was in the Civil War. He was mustered in Company A First Oregon Infantry at Salem for 9
months, then mustered out at Fort Yamhill.

“Music was always popular with these people. J. Benson Starr chose it for his career. He studied at the school of music
at Willamette University, went on the six more years of study in New York, then opened a studio in Los Angeles. ---This
was taken from the book, “They Laughed, Too” by Edna A. Mintonye.

“Elizabeth Harris was the mother of the first five children and Elizabeth Calhoun was the mother of the other seven
children but she raised all of them.”.
Moses Starr was born on 22 June 1787 at Hampshire Co., VA. He was the son of James Starr and Nancy Reddick. Moses Starr married Elizabeth Harris circa 1806 at Belmont Co., OH. Moses Starr married Elizabeth Calhoun, daughter of William Calhoun and Mary Williams, on 1 August 1819 at Belmont Co., OH. Moses Starr died on 24 September 1853 at Benton Co., OR, at age 66.

Children of Moses Starr and Elizabeth Harris

Children of Moses Starr and Elizabeth Calhoun

Moses Starr

M, b. 27 January 1817, d. 22 December 1890
     Moses Starr was born on 27 January 1817. He was the son of Moses Starr and Elizabeth Harris. Moses Starr died on 22 December 1890 at age 73.

Moses Starr

M, b. 25 April 1759, d. 3 October 1846
     Moses Starr was born on 25 April 1759 at Maiden Creek Twp., Berks Co., PA. He was the son of Moses Starr and Margery Pearson. Moses Starr married Elizabeth Hughes on 9 June 1795 at Roaring Creek, Northumberland Co., PA. Moses Starr died on 3 October 1846 at Roaring Creek, Northumberland Co., PA, at age 87.

Children of Moses Starr and Elizabeth Hughes

Moses Starr

M, b. 6 November 1855
     Moses Starr was born on 6 November 1855. He was the son of Thomas S. Starr and Mary E. Grove.

Moses Starr

M, b. 3 March 1773
     Moses Starr was born on 3 March 1773. He was the son of Samuel Starr and Mary Farson.

Moses Starr

M, b. 1756, d. 5 July 1810
     Note: Methodist Minister

Will of Moses Starr

Date April 13, 1810 and Proved July 1810

I Moses Starr of Harrison County and State of Virginia, do hereby make by last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say:

1st. I desire that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid.

2nd. After the payment of my debts and funeral expenses I give to my wife Elizabeth Starr the plantation I now live on until my son Moses Starr arrive to the age of twenty one togehter with all my personal estate not otherwise herein after directed.

3rd. I give to my son Benjamin Starr two notes of eight dollars due from Jeremiah Starr unto him and his heirs forever.

4th. I give to my son John, one sorrel mare colt rising two years old to him and his heirs forever.

5th. I give to my daughter Margaret Randolph one heifer of a year old to her and her heirs forever.

6th. ???

7th. I give to my daughter Sarah Nutter two sheep to her and her heirs forever.

8th. I give to my son Moses Starr one black mare rising three years old together with my saddle and when he arrives to the age of twenty one I give to him the plantation I now live on together with all my farming utensials to him and his heirs forever for which consider he the siad Moses Starr shall maintain his mother decently natural life ,and at her decease bury her decently and such personal estate as then remain. I give to him the said Moses Starr to him and his heirs forever but and if my wife Elizabeth Star sees it best to live elsewhere then my son Moses Starr is to pay her ten dollars yearly her natural life for her third of the plantation to be paid in grain or property and when she leaves my son Moses Starr I give to him the said Moses Starr all of my personal estate that here remains to him and his heirs forever except to my wife Elizabeth Starr I still give to her one horse of her choice and two cows, her bed and bedding , one large chest with drawers, her wheels and real together with two thirds of the pot mettle and dresses, furniture and one third of the hogs and sheep, the same at her disposal at her decease.

9th. I give to my daughter Elizabeth Starr one horse creature worth fifty dollars in trade. One cow, one feather bed and bedding, tow good ewes, to be paid at her marriage or at the years of twenty one to her and her heirs forever and lastly I do
hereby constitute my wife and my son Joh Starr and my son Moses Starr executors of this my last will and testamen hereby revoking all other or former wills or testaments by me heretofore made

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my hand and seal this thirteenth day of April one thousand eight hundred and ten.

Signed, sealed, and delivered as and for the last will and testament of the above named Moses Starr in presence of us. I utterly forbid an appraisement or sale.

Signed Moses Starr

Witnesses- Benjamin Webb
John Webb
Edward Goodwin
Harrison County, July court 1810

Teste - B. Wilson C.H.C. Moses Starr was born in 1756. He was the son of Moses Starr and Anna Margarethe Quattelbaum. Moses Starr married Elizabeth Woodward, daughter of Thomas Woodward and Elizabeth Kirk; Found Woodwards in PA in Chester, Delaware, and Philadelphia Co., perhaps others.

On the Chester Co., PA web page found references to both the Starr family and the Woodward family. Moses Starr died on 5 July 1810 at Harrison Co., VA (now WV). He was buried in July 1810 at Old Webb Cemetery on Oral Hill, Bridgeport, Harrison Co., WV.

Children of Moses Starr and Elizabeth Woodward

Moses Starr

M, b. 25 November 1726, d. before December 1728
     Note:
Rec of New Garden Mtg., Soc. of Friends, Chester Co, PA [FHL #562.995]

"History of Chester Co, PA" by J.S. Futhey and Gilbert Cope, p729

Birthdate: "25, 9mo, 1726" in Old Style (Quaker) notation. Moses Starr was born on 25 November 1726 at New Garden Twp., Chester Co., PA. He was the son of Moses Starr and Deborah King. Moses Starr died before December 1728 at New Garden Twp., Chester Co., PA.

Moses Starr

M, b. 6 October 1728, d. after 1800
     Note: Rec of New Garden Mtg., Soc. of Friends, Chester Co., PA [FHL #562.995]

"History of Chester Co., PA" by J.S. Futhey and Gilbert Cope, p729

Birthdate: "6, 10mo, 1728" in Old Style (Quaker) notation

"Desc of Moses & Deborah Starr, Early Quaker Settlers of Maiden Creek Valley"
by John E. Eshelman, The Historical Review of Berks Co (Berks Co. Hist. Soc. Reading, PA) April 1947, Vol XII, No. 3, p67+

Residence: Lived on a 135 acre tract at Maiden Creek, Berks Co, PA
Moved to Roaring Creek Valley, Northumberland Co., PA - 1790

Death date: Was a witness to a marriage in 1800 at age 74
"History of Chester and Delaware Co., PA" by Gilbert Cope, p570-71

"History of Chester Co., PA" by Futhey & Cope, p729

Rec of Kennett Mo. Mtg, Soc. of Friends, Chester Co, PA [FHL #562,994]

Marriage date: Rec of New Garden Mo. Mtg, Soc. of Friends, PA, p46
[FHL #562,995]. Also in "Quaker Marr Certif, New Garden No. Mtg, Chester Co., PA 1704-1799" by Gwen Boyer Bjorkman (Heritage Books, 1990), p64

Marriage date: "3mo, 19, 1760" Old Style (Quaker) notation

Residence: Owned 140 acres in New Garden Twp, Chester Co., PA - 1764
Owned 170 acres in Londongrove twp, " " - 1774

To Sadsbury, Lancaster Co., PA - 1778

To Bart Twp, bef 1788.

Moses Starr was born on 6 October 1728 at New Garden Twp., Chester Co., PA. He was the son of Moses Starr and Deborah King. Moses Starr married Margery Pearson, daughter of Lawrence Pearson and Ester Massey, on 20 June 1753 at Maiden Creek, Berks Co., PA. Moses Starr died after 1800.

Children of Moses Starr and Margery Pearson

Moses Starr

M, b. circa 1812
     Moses Starr was born circa 1812 at Harrison Co. (probably), VA. He was the son of John Starr and Anna Harris. Moses Starr married Margaret Prince.

Children of Moses Starr

Moses Starr

M, b. 19 March 1727/28, d. 1786
     Moses Starr was born on 19 March 1727/28 at London Grove Twp., Chester Co., PA. He was the son of Jeremiah Starr and Rebecca Jackson. Moses Starr married Sarah Harlan, daughter of Michael Harlan and Hannah Maris, on 19 March 1760 at London Grove Meeting, London Grove Twp., Chester Co., PA. Moses Starr died in 1786 at Bart Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.

Children of Moses Starr and Sarah Harlan

Moses Starr

M, b. circa 1732
     Moses Starr was born circa 1732 at Ireland. He was the son of John Starr and Mary Brown.

Moses Starr

M, b. 26 June 1770, d. 1833
     Moses Starr was born on 26 June 1770. He was the son of James Starr and Lydia Gilbert. Moses Starr died in 1833 at Wheeling, Ohio Co., VA (now WV).

Moses Starr1

M, b. circa 1838
     Moses Starr was born circa 1838 at Pennsylvania.2 He was the son of Jeremiah Starr and Mary Ann Van Zant.3 Moses Starr married Catharine Todd.1

Children of Moses Starr and Catharine Todd

Citations

  1. [S83] Price Genealogy, 244.
  2. [S907] 1880 Federal Census, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1189, FHL #1255189.
  3. [S909] 1860 Federal Census, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Rolls 1151 - 1175; FHL #805151 - 75.

Moses Starr

M, b. circa 1812
     Moses Starr was born circa 1812 at Ritchie Co. (now), VA (now WV).1 He was the son of Benjamin Starr and Jane Harris. Moses Starr married Sarah (?).1

Children of Moses Starr and Sarah (?)

Citations

  1. [S1522] 1850 Federal Census, Ritchie County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 973.

Moses Clay Starr

M, b. 13 July 1849
     Moses Clay Starr was born on 13 July 1849 at Van Buren Co., IA. He was the son of Noah Asbury Starr and Susan Ann Turner. Moses Clay Starr married Rovia Crawford circa 1873.

Children of Moses Clay Starr and Rovia Crawford

Moses D. Starr

M, b. August 1827, d. circa 1919
     Moses D. Starr was born in August 1827 at Falls Twp., Hocking Co., OH. He was the son of Moses John Starr and Elizabeth Webb. Moses D. Starr married Caroline Donaldson on 18 October 1849. Moses D. Starr lived in August 1850 at Falls Twp., Hocking Co., OH.1 He lived in 1880 at Wilson Twp., Adair Co., MO.2 He lived in 1914 at Quinlan, OK. He died circa 1919.

Children of Moses D. Starr and Caroline Donaldson

Citations

  1. [S388] 1850 Federal Census, Hocking County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 695.
  2. [S358] 1880 Federal Census, Adair County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0671, FHL #1254671.

Moses Fletcher Starr

M, b. 4 January 1828, d. 18 June 1864
     Moses Fletcher Starr was born on 4 January 1828 at Morgan, OR. He was the son of John Wesley Starr and Hannah McWilliams. Moses Fletcher Starr died on 18 June 1864 at Lynchburg, VA, at age 36.

Moses John Starr

M, b. 3 June 1791, d. 7 October 1870
     Note: 5 ft 11 in tall, blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion
Drafted war of 1812 Bridgeport, Virginia (now WV), Capt. Edmond, Sherman's 5th Rgmt Virginia Militia Aug 1814, Discharged Ft Nelson, Norfolk VA Feb. 23, 1815 Awarded Pension # 22645, Land Grant-Warrent # 2634. Will dated Nov 8, 1865 and codicile dated Oct 17, 1866

1st. marriage Elizabeth Rice Dec 24, 1811
2nd wife Sarah N. Beveradge Clowe

Will of Moses John Starr

In the name of the Benevolent Father of all, I Moses Starr of Falls Township, Hocking County in the state of Ohio knowing the uncertainty of death and being of sound mind and memory, and being desirous of disposing of the property with which I have been blessed by the giver of all good and directing the manner of its distribution, among my family and children after my decease: do herby make and publish this my last Will and Testament and hereby revoke all others.

Item 1st. I give and devise to my beloved wife Sarah in lieu of her dower and distributive share of my estate one equal and undivided half of all my real estate consisting of about 200 acres, being the farm on which I now live, to have and to hold and use and occupy during her natural life time and no longer, and also one third of all my personal property of which I may be owner at the time of my death during her natural life and no longer and at the death of my said wife the said real estate so given in lieu of her dower and such part of the personal property so given as aforesaid to my said wife in lieu of her distributive share of my estate as then may remain unconsumed and unexpended or the proceeds thereof shall go to and belong to my son Noah W. Starr in addition to the provision here in after made to him.

Item 2. As to my son, Benjamin Starr, I have advanced to him all that I desire him to have.

Item 3. I give and devise to my daugher Elizabeth W. wife of Pennock two hundred dollars, to be paid after the death of my said wife to the said Elizabeth or her heirs in addition to what she has heretofore received from me.

Item 4. As to my step son John T. Clowe I have settled with him and have paid him off, and I do not desire him to have anything further out of my estate.

Item 5. As to my step son Charles W. Clowe, I have given him all I desire him to have, but I desire that his son James Ellis Clowe, shall have fifty dollars out of my estate, to be paid to him when he arrives at the age of twenty-one years.

Item 6. As to my step son Craven W. Clowe, I have settled with him and paid him off, and do not desire him to have anyting further out of my estate.

Item 7. As to my step son Elijah B. Clowe, I have settled with him and paid him off and do not desire that he should have anything further out of my estate.

Item 8. As to my daugher Haris G. wife of William Stewart , I have recently deeded to her forty acres of land in addition to what she had heretofore received from me, is all that I desire she should have out of my estate.

Item 9. As to my step daughter Mary Ann, wife of John Williams, I desire that she should have the sum of one hundred dollars in addition to what she has already received, to be paid at the time of my decease, and no more.

Item 10. As to my daughter Martha J. wife of George Hite, I have lately deeded to her forty acres of land which in addition to what she has already received, is all that I desire she should have of my estate.

Item 11. As to my son Thomas Starr, I have lately deeded to him 80 acres of land and desire that he should have a lot of land off of home place on which I now live, adjoining his land on which he now lives on the east of about 15 or 20 acres, commencing at the southwest of a forty acre lot, then to run east over to the hollow, near a beech tree, then north across the forty acre lot to a beech and white oak, marked "H 3t.", about 2 rods from the north line of which he shall have possession after my decease which in addition to what he had heretofore received is all that I desire he shall have of my estate.

Item 12. As to my son Moses Starr, I have lately deeded him 160 acres of land which in addition to what he has heretofore received, is all that I desire he shall have of my estate.

Item 13. As to my son Noah W. Starr, I hereby give; and bequeath to him the home farm on which I now live containing about 200 acres, less the lot above devised to my son Thomas Starr, and subject to the right of my wife in the manner and form above described in this will, which shall be considered to include the dwelling house, water, garden, orchard, etc. to my said wife her life time and no longer as aforesaid and after the death of myself and my said wife said son Noah W. Starr and also it is my desire that all the personal property, money and effects that may in any way or manner belong to me at the time of my decease, and after the decease of my said wife, shall belong to and is hereby bequeathed to my said son, Noah W. Starr, provided, however that my said son, Noah W. Starr, shall pay first out of my effects all the legacies provided for in this will, to the person entitled to the same, and at the times mentioned in the will. Also that he shall pay all just claims that may exist against me at the time of my decease, which shall include all funeral expense of myself and wife, and further that he shall take care of me; and my wife so long as either of us may live. But the last clause as to taking care of me and my wife, we will see to it ourselves, and after our death there is no claim to exist against my said Noah W. Starr on that account.

Item 14. I hereby appoint John Williams and my said son Noah W. Starr, my Executors with full power and authority to carry this Will into effect according to the true intent and meaning thereof. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 8th day of November 1865.

Moses Starr (seal)
X his mark

Signed, sealed and acknowledged by said Moses Starr as his last will and testament in our presence and signed by us in his presence and in the presence of each other and at his request.

Thomas England
Levi Nutter
John Terrel


CODICIL

Whereas I, Moses Starr, on the 8th day of November, 1865, made the above as my last will and testament of that day, I do hereby declare the following to be Codicil to the same.

I do hereby revoke so much of the above will as conveyed forty acres of land to my daughter Harriet Stewart, and having this day paid to her one hundred dollars in cash, it is my desire that she have no more out of my estate, I also revoke so much of the above will as conveyed 4 acres of land to my daughter Martha Hite, and I direct that after my death, that said Martha have twenty dollars out of my estate, and no more.

Moses Starr
X his mark

Witness my hand this 19th day of October 1866
Attest: Thomas England
Susanah England
X her mark

1820 Ohio census places Moses Starr in Hocking Co. OH. Perhaps he came to OH without his family until it was more civilized.

From Jim Starr:

We know that Moses Starr Jr's will dated 13 Apr 1810 gave the property to his son Moses Starr III. So, here we go...


14 Oct 1817 Deed Book 13-443 Moses Starr and wife Elizabeth sold 208 acres to Benjamin Taylor; right hand fork of Beards Run, $450, corner to John and Nutter Webb.

Jul 1821 Deed Book 15-205 Benjamin and Mary Taylor sold 208 acres to Matthew Maddox $200, same details as above.


4 Jun 1829 Deed Book 19-336 Matthew and Mary Maddox sell 219 acres to Levi Martin for $450. I have no idea why the acreage changed, perhaps a survey was done,

Same details as above.


4 Feb 1833 Deed Book 24-211 Levi and Eliza Martin sell 219 acres to William A. Harrison. $450. , same details.

Here the land splits:


12 Oct 1833 Deed Book 23-62 William A. and Anna Harrison sell 93 acres to James Lang. $95., same general details.

6 Sep 1834 Deed Book 23-241 William A. and Anna Harrison sell 219 acres to William Triplett for $450., exclusive of the 93 acres sold to James Lang; that is the way it is written, details about the same.


I will carry on the William Triplett ownership (ONLY):

26 Feb 1849 Deed Book 35-467 William Triplett sells 245 acres to James C. Teter for $1484. Part of this land Triplett had purchased from someone else and also he had sold 60 acres to a G. Kaser. The balance was 185 acres. Details the same, Beards Run, etc.


4 Nov1852 Deed Book 38-157 George W. Teter takes ownership of the 245 acres minus acreage owned by Kaser, per a court case. George was the son of deceased James C. Teter.

Here the George W. Teter ownership is split:


15 Dec1887 Deed Book 74-57 George W. and Catherine Teter sell 125 acres to Jester G. Teter, same area, corner to John W. Bailey, Bassel Wolfe, George W. Teter and next to Jobez Lang and William Late. Sold for $2,232.47.


15 Dec 1887 Deed Book 74-58 George W. and wife sell 55 acres for $600 and $317.53 to Jabez Lang, same area and details.


At this point, I know where the land that Moses Starr owned is located per my map of 1886.

Jabez Lang and G. W. Teters are on the map.

I will carry on the Jester G. Teter land (ONLY):

29 Oct 1910 Deed Book 190-293 Jester G. Teter sells 116 acres to Martha "Mattie" Shields for $721. The sale mentions the 125 acres but 116 is what he has to sell.


20 Jun 1930 Date of will of Martha Shields, leaving 125 acres to son Dayton G. Shields. Martha states that the wife of Dayton is to never get ownership of the land. At the time of her death she didn't really still own all 125 acres.


1 Jun 1954 Dayton G. Shields sells 116.64 acres to Gobel Osborn. Don't have the price.


My 1910 Gas Co maps show where Martha Shields and J. G. Teter lived which corresponds where Jabez Lang and G. W. Teter lived on the 1886 map. Moses John Starr was born on 3 June 1791 at Harrison Co., VA. He was the son of Moses Starr and Elizabeth Woodward. Moses John Starr married Elizabeth Webb, daughter of Rev. Benjamin Webb and Elizabeth Nixon, on 24 December 1811 at Beard's Run, Simpson Creek, Harrison Co., VA (now WV); Ceremony by her father, Rev. Benjamin Webb. Moses John Starr married Sarah Noble Beveridge. Moses John Starr lived in August 1850 at Falls Twp., Hocking Co., OH; Census p.47A. He lived in June 1860 at Falls Twp., Hocking Co., OH.1 He died on 7 October 1870 at Green Twp., Hocking Co., OH, at age 79. He was buried in October 1870 at Webb Cemetery, Webb Summit, Hocking Co., OH.

Children of Moses John Starr and Elizabeth Webb

Child of Moses John Starr and Sarah Noble Beveridge

Citations

  1. [S357] 1860 Federal Census, Hocking County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 988; FHL #803988.

Moses Wesley Starr

M, b. 7 December 1847, d. 11 February 1912
     Moses Wesley Starr was born on 7 December 1847 at Monroe Co., OR. He was the son of Samuel Fletcher Starr and Talitha Cumi Belknap. Moses Wesley Starr married Emma Alice Wellsher, daughter of Jacob Wellsher and Christine (?), on 2 June 1872 at Benton Co., OR. Moses Wesley Starr was buried in February 1912 at Greenwood Memorial Park, Spokane, Spokane Co., WA. He died on 11 February 1912 at Spokane, Spokane Co., WA, at age 64.

Children of Moses Wesley Starr and Emma Alice Wellsher

Mulford Starr

M, b. 1843
     Mulford Starr was born in 1843. He was the son of Henry Starr and Ann W. Bersford.

Myra Eva Starr

F, b. 8 February 1878
     Myra Eva Starr was born on 8 February 1878 at Benton Co., OR. She was the daughter of Miles Turner Starr and Martha Hawley.

Myrtle Starr

F, b. 22 December 1909, d. 8 August 1985
     Myrtle Starr married Tennyson Adkins. Myrtle Starr was born on 22 December 1909. She was the daughter of Jasper Cleveland Starr and Anna Odella Boniphant. Myrtle Starr died on 8 August 1985 at age 75.

Child of Myrtle Starr and Tennyson Adkins

Myrtle Starr

F
     Myrtle Starr was the daughter of Ransom Fletcher Starr and Jessie Driver.

Nancy Starr

F, b. circa 1778
     Nancy Starr was born circa 1778. She was the daughter of Moses Starr and Anna Margarethe Quattelbaum.

Nancy Starr

F
     Nancy Starr was born at Ohio. She was the daughter of Samuel Starr and Elizabeth Stump. Nancy Starr married John Johnson on 5 September 1841.

Child of Nancy Starr and John Johnson