Jeremiah J. Starr

M, b. 17 August 1826
     Occupation: Teacher. Jeremiah J. Starr was born on 17 August 1826 at Cecil Co., MD. He was the son of Moses Starr and Rachel Pennington. Jeremiah J. Starr married Lucy Butterfield on 23 April 1868 at Vineland, NJ. Jeremiah J. Starr died at Residence, Hereford, Baltimore Co., MD.

Children of Jeremiah J. Starr and Lucy Butterfield

Jeremiah Starr Jr.

M, b. circa 1731, d. before 20 August 1791
     Note: ANCESTORS & DESCENDANTS OF ANDREW MOORE by J.A.M. Passmore (1897), p23-28 & 67

"History of Chester Co, PA" by Gilbert Cope, p 570

"History of Chester Co, PA" by Futhey and Cope, p 729

TIB Archive Record sumitted by Mrs. Darrell Miller

Marriages: Rec of New Garden Mo. Mtg, Soc. of Friends, p42 & 74 FHL
#562,995. Also in: "Quaker Marr Certif. New Garden Mo. Mtg, Chester Co, PA
1704-1799" by Gwen B. Bjorkman (Heritage Books, 1990), p90 & 240

Marriage dates: (1) "1, 7mo, 1756" in Old Style (Quaker) notation
(2) "6, 12mo, 1787"

Will of Jeremiah STARR, Jr., dated 12, 8mo, 1791 & proved 20 Aug 1791, copy
in poss cdd

1st wife Elizabeth Hiett Miller Sept 1, 1756
First marrage to Elizabeth Hiett Miller on Jul 1, 1756 or Sept. Jeremiah Starr Jr. was born circa 1731 at Londongrove Twp., Chester Co., PA. He married Elizabeth Hiett Miller on 1 July 1756 at New Garden Twp., Chester Co., PA. Jeremiah Starr Jr. married Rachel Moore, daughter of Joseph Moore and Jane Marsh, on 6 December 1786. Jeremiah Starr Jr. died before 20 August 1791 at Chester, PA.

Child of Jeremiah Starr Jr. and Elizabeth Hiett Miller

Jesse Starr

M, b. 1846
     Jesse Starr was born in 1846. He was the son of Henry Starr and Ann W. Bersford.

Jesse Starr

M, b. 30 December 1803, d. 28 March 1887
     Jesse Starr was born on 30 December 1803 at Roaring Creek, Northumberland Co., PA. He was the son of James Starr and Sarah Kinsler. Jesse Starr married Amy Marsh. Jesse Starr married Lucinda Grant circa 1838 at Whitby, Ontario, Canada. Jesse Starr died on 28 March 1887 at Whitby, Ontario, Canada, at age 83.

Child of Jesse Starr and Lucinda Grant

Jesse Belknap Starr

M, b. 11 January 1843, d. 16 April 1848
     Jesse Belknap Starr was born on 11 January 1843 at Iowa. He died on 16 April 1848 at age 5.

Jesse Benson Starr

M, b. 18 July 1867, d. 27 October 1945
     Jesse Benson Starr was born on 18 July 1867 at Belfountain, Benton Co., OR. He was the son of William Warren Starr and Phoebe Elizabeth Herbert. Jesse Benson Starr married Mary Alice Peterson, daughter of Samuel Peterson and Rhoda Brown, on 7 March 1886 at Benton Co., OR. Jesse Benson Starr died on 27 October 1945 at Corvallis, Benton Co., OR, at age 78.

Children of Jesse Benson Starr and Mary Alice Peterson

Jesse Hallowell Starr

M, b. 28 April 1868
     Jesse Hallowell Starr was born on 28 April 1868. He was the son of Jeremiah Starr and Rebecca Hallowell.

Jesse Oliver Starr

M, b. 24 April 1904, d. 23 September 1906
     Jesse Oliver Starr was born on 24 April 1904. He was the son of Ora Otis Starr and Flora Ulmer. Jesse Oliver Starr died on 23 September 1906 at age 2.

Jessie Starr

F, b. 14 January 1887
     Jessie Starr was born on 14 January 1887 at Camp Creek Twp., Pike Co., OH. She was the daughter of Henry Clinton Starr and Sarah Louisa Dever.

Jessie Minerva Starr

F
     Jessie Minerva Starr was the daughter of Orin Howard Starr.

Jessie Othello Starr

M, b. 4 December 1888, d. 14 November 1965
     Jessie Othello Starr was born on 4 December 1888. He was the son of Joseph McMinn Starr and Susan Shell. Jessie Othello Starr died on 14 November 1965 at age 76.

Jetta I. Starr

F, b. 27 October 1879
     Jetta I. Starr was born on 27 October 1879. She was the daughter of Samuel Emory Starr and Ann Eliza Williamson.

John Starr

M, b. 15 November 1796, d. 3 January 1867
     John Starr was born on 15 November 1796 at Harrison Co. (probably), VA (now WV).1,2 He was the son of John Starr and Mary Magdalene Margaret Frederick. John Starr married Elizabeth Wendell, daughter of Philip Wendell and Barbara Swartz, on 10 July 1817 at Guernsey Co., OH. John Starr died on 3 January 1867 at Beaver Twp., Noble Co., OH, at age 70. He was buried in January 1867 at Palestine Church of Christ Cemetery, Batesville, Noble Co., OH.

Children of John Starr and Elizabeth Wendell

Citations

  1. [S6] 1850 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 684.
  2. [S9] 1860 Federal Census, Noble County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1020; FHL #805020.
  3. [S14] 1880 Federal Census, Noble County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1055, FHL #1255055.

John Starr

M, b. between 1760 and 1763, d. 1849
     John Starr was born between 1760 and 1763 at Pennsylvania (probably) 1830 -- gave age of 60 - 70
1840 -- gave age of 70 - 80. He was the son of Moses Starr and Anna Margarethe Quattelbaum. John Starr married Mary Magdalene Margaret Frederick on 8 September 1788. John Starr lived in 1811 at Beaver Township, Guernsey (now Noble) Co., OH; Settled in Beaver Township, according to "Stories of Guernsey County" by William G. Wolfe, p. 66.

Received Land Patent No. 621 from the Marietta Land Office, dated 30 July 1828, signed with the name of President John Quincy Adams, for land in Guernsey County, Ohio described as:

"The east half of the northeast quarter of Section 26, Township 8, Range 7 of the District of Lands offered by the Marietta Office (81.12 acres.)"

He lived in 1830 at Beaver Twp., Guernsey Co., OH; Census Data

Males:
1 between 10 - 15 (??? -- grandson?)
1 between 60 - 70 (John)

Females:
1 between 5 - 10 (??? -- granddaughter)
1 between 50 - 60 (Mary.)1

He lived in 1840 at Beaver Twp., Guernsey Co., OH; Census Data

Males:
1 between 15 - 20 (??? - grandson?)
1 between 70 - 80 (John)

Females:
1 between 10 - 15 (??? - granddaughter?)
1 between 60 - 70 (Mary.)2

He died in 1849 at Batesville, Guernsey (now Noble) Co., OH. He was buried in 1849 at private graveyard near the house, Beaver Twp., Noble Co., OH, John and Magdalene Starr are both buried in the private graveyard at the house where they settled in 1811 in Beaver Township.

Children of John Starr and Mary Magdalene Margaret Frederick

Citations

  1. [S277] 1830 Federal Head of Household Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M19, Roll 131; FHL #0337942.
  2. [S251] 1840 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M704, Roll 397; FHL #0020165.

John Starr

M, b. circa 1648
     Note: Did not emigrate to America. He and Mary were life long residents of Old Castle, in the County of Meath, Ireland. He was a yeoman, and a member with the Society of Friends. John resided for a time at Cootehill in the County of Cavan. John Starr was born circa 1648 at Oldcastle, County Meath, Ireland. He was the son of Captain John Carran Starr. John Starr married Mary Thompson circa 1673 at Old Castle Meeting, County Meath, Ireland.

Children of John Starr and Mary Thompson

John Starr

M, b. 1591, d. 1646
     Note: Was the 5th son of William Starr

John Starr (IV) sold off a large portion of the manor estate in 1630. He also has the distinction of being the last Starr in the direct family line to retire in Beer. Unfortunately, he met his demise early during a plague outbreak in 1646. Localized outbreaks of bubonic plague could hit hard in one town, yet leave others untouched only a few miles away. Unlike the pandemic of 1348 which wiped out one third of Europe's population, this outbreak was much less pervasive. However, three-quarters of the population of Beer died in the bubonic plague. As there was insufficient space in the chapel graveyard for all the victims, those killed by the plague were buried in a field at Holyhead. In the village church there is a tablet which reads:

"John, the fifth son of William Starr, of Bere, gent., & Dorothy his wife, which died in the Plague, was here buried. 1646."

John Starr (IV) had at least one son by the name of John Carran Starr. Whether to escape the devastation of the plague, or based on his status as a second son, he made his living in the army. In fact, he served as a Captain of Infantry in the Parliamentary army of Oliver Cromwell during England's Civil War. Cromwell's forces revolted and executed the King, setting up a purely parliamentary government headed by Cromwell which lasted until the Restoration. The Parliamentary army was the most elite fighting force of the time. Captain Starr's forces included imposing pikemen and deadly muskets of the flintlock design.

-Victor J. Starr
December 1998. John Starr married Dorothy (?). John Starr was born in 1591 at England. He was the son of William Starr and Joan Mitchell. John Starr died in 1646 at Beere, England, Buried Parish Church of Beere; died during Great Plague of 1646.

Child of John Starr and Dorothy (?)

John Starr

M, b. 7 August 1707, d. between 1771 and 1774
     John Starr was born on 7 August 1707 at County Cavan, Ulster, Ireland. He was the son of John Starr and Sarah Martin. John Starr married Mary Brown circa 1729 at Ireland. John Starr married Annie Melan circa 1737 at Ireland. John Starr married Rebecca Casey on 27 November 1762 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA. John Starr died between 1771 and 1774 at West Nantmeal Twp., Chester Co., PA.

Children of John Starr and Mary Brown

Children of John Starr and Annie Melan

Children of John Starr and Rebecca Casey

John Starr

M, b. 16 January 1721/22, d. 11 August 1801
     Note: John stayed on the home farm and this farm (since called Starr Farm) continued in the hands of his descendants until it was taken over by the city of Reading in 1927 for the new water project.

Early Church Records of Gloucester Co., NJ, p 44, (Haddonfield MM) "James Starr, son of Moses Starr of Maiden Creek, Berks County, PA. and Elizabeth Lord, dau. of Joshua, dec'd and Sarah (Wills) Lord, late of Deptford, having consent of their relations, m. at Woodbury Creek 8th mo, 15 da, 1764."

John Starr was born on 16 January 1721/22 at New Garden Twp., Chester Co., PA. He was the son of Moses Starr and Deborah King. John Starr married Eunice Lord, daughter of Joshua Lord and Sarah Wills, on 14 January 1760 at Haddonfield Monthly Meeting, Woodbury Creek, Gloucester Co., NJ. John Starr died on 11 August 1801 at Starr Farm, Maiden Creek, Berks Co., PA, at age 79.

Children of John Starr and Eunice Lord

John Starr

M, b. 15 July 1674, d. 1749
     Note: John's will filed in Lancaster Co., PA dated 6th Jan 1748/9.

Names children: Moses, John, Hanna, Rose, Jean, and Mary. Think this John was the son of the 1st marriage and Moses of the second. John Starr was born on 15 July 1674 at Ballyhaes, County Cavan, Ireland. He was the son of John Starr and Mary Thompson. John Starr married Sarah Martin on 11 June 1706 at Home of John Bell, Ballyhaes, County Cavan, Ireland. John Starr immigrated in 1717; from Ireland. He died in 1749.

Children of John Starr and Sarah Martin

John Starr

M, b. 17 March 1820, d. 1 November 1852
     John Starr was born on 17 March 1820 at Falls Twp., Hocking Co., OH, Birth date calculated from headstone legend "aged 32 y, 7m, 15 d." He was the son of Moses John Starr and Elizabeth Webb. John Starr died on 1 November 1852 at Falls Twp., Hocking Co., OH, at age 32. He was buried in November 1852 at Webb Chapel Cemetery, next to mother, Falls Twp., Hocking Co., OH.

John Starr

M, b. 5 December 1719, d. 12 August 1761
     John Starr was born on 5 December 1719 at London Grove Twp., Chester Co., PA. He was the son of Jeremiah Starr and Rebecca Jackson. John Starr died on 12 August 1761 at age 41.

John Starr

M, b. 6 January 1725/26, d. 29 January 1760
     John Starr was born on 6 January 1725/26. He was the son of Isaac Starr and Margaret Lightfoot. John Starr died on 29 January 1760 at age 34.

John Starr

M
     John Starr was the son of Isaac Starr and Mary Flower.

John Starr

M, b. circa 1813, d. circa 1813
     John Starr died circa 1813 Died in infancy. He was born circa 1813 at McMinn Co., TN. He was the son of Caleb Starr and Nancy Harlan.

John Starr

M, b. 1807, d. 1863
     John Starr was born in 1807 at Maiden Creek, Berks Co., PA. He was the son of James Starr and Eleanor Davis. John Starr married Sarah Lightfoot Parvin, daughter of Jacob Parvin and Mary Ives, on 2 October 1833. John Starr died in 1863.

Children of John Starr and Sarah Lightfoot Parvin

John Starr

M, b. circa 1520
     Note: Referred to as John Starr II

Purchased "The Manor of Beere" in the year 1550. John Starr was born circa 1520. He was the son of John Starr.

Child of John Starr

John Starr

M, b. circa 1490
     Note: Referred to as John Starr I

He lived in the very small town of Beer, which is about one mile south of Seaton, in Devonshire, England. Beer, or Beere as it was spelled at the time is described today as a small fishing village, once a harbor for pirates.

by Victor Starr:

The Starr family roots probably lie somewhere in the mainland of Europe. The earliest record of a Starr was that of Leunot Stearre whose taxpaying status was noted in the English Doomsday book of the late eleventh century. He was of French descent and emigrated to England after the invasion of William the Conqueror in 1066. Another prominent family of Starrs to whom no direct relation has been linked (but probably exists) is that of Thomas Starr. Thomas Starr lived in Kent as early as the fourteenth century, and his descendants included Dr. Comfort Starr and many of the New England Starrs. This line of the family is speculated to have emigrated from Flanders to England sometime in the thirteenth century.

The oldest known direct ancestor, is John Starr who was born sometime around 1500. We know little about him other than the fact that his son, John, purchased a manor home in the village of Beere, England, and was a prominent member of the mercantile guild. Beere (or Beer as it is presently known) was a small fishing village on the southern coast of England about a mile from Seaton. The nearest city of prominence is Exeter.

After King Henry VIII dissolved the holdings of the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century, he included the manor home of Beere in the dowry of Catherine Paar. Later it was sold to the Hassard family of Lyme Regis who eventually sold it to John Starr of the mercantile guild in Beere. The manor home had been an abbey for hundreds of years, and had even been a home for Saxon leaders before the conquest. The manor had been rebuilt many times and after John Starr purchased it in 1550, an extensive renovation was performed.

This line is the direct one which produced all the individuals in the following outline. This list includes freemen of Exeter. Many of them are likely related to the line of Starrs as brothers, cousins, etc.

1561 John Starre, merchant

1580 William Starr, costermonger (merchant of fruits, vegetables, etc.)

1637 Bernard Starr, upholsterer, apprentice of Edward Lawrence

1646 Edmund (Edward?) Starre, grocer, deceased, apprentice of Nicholas Carwithie

1648 Robert Daniel, upholsterer apprentice of Bernard Starr, deceased

1656 John Starr, grocer, apprentice of Nicholas Carwithie

1660 John Starr, grocer, son of Bernard Starr by succession

1669 Frances Kingwell, grocer, apprentice of Edward Starr

1670 Simon Gandy, grocer, apprentice of Edward Starr

1676 Nicholas Kendall, grocer, apprentice of John Starr

1678 Benjamin Hawkins, grocer, apprentice of John Starr

1688 Peter Clarke, grocer, apprentice of John Starr

1694 John Starr, freeman. John Starr was born circa 1490 at Beer, South of Seaton, in Devonshire, England.

Child of John Starr

John Starr

M, b. 5 November 1762, d. before 1818
     John Starr married Phebe Taylor. John Starr was born on 5 November 1762. He was the son of Thomas Starr and Sarah Fincher. John Starr died before 1818.

John Starr

M, b. 7 August 1794
     John Starr was born on 7 August 1794 at Roaring Creek, Northumberland Co., PA. He was the son of James Starr and Sarah Kinsler.

John Starr

M, b. 1543
     Note: Referred to as John Starr III

Obtained a share of the Manor Estate, he had several sons, one of whom was William Starr. John Starr was born in 1543. He was the son of John Starr.

Child of John Starr