Person:Thomas Starr (2)

Dr. Thomas Starr
chr.31 Dec 1615 Ashford, Kent, England
m. 4 Oct 1614
  1. Dr. Thomas Starr1615 - 1658
  2. Judith Starr1617 - 1622
  3. Mary Starr1620 - Bef 1659
  4. Elizabeth Starr1622 - 1704
  5. Comfort Starr1624 - 1711
  6. John Starr1626 - Bef 1703/04
  7. Samuel Starr1628/29 - 1633
  8. Hanna Starr1632 - 1674
  9. Lydia Starr1634/35 - 1653
  10. Ruth StarrEst 1637 - Bef 1659
  • HDr. Thomas Starr1615 - 1658
  • WRachel _____Bef 1620 - Aft 1672
m. Bef 1640
  1. Samuel StarrAbt 1640 - Bef 1687/88
  2. Thomas StarrAbt 1642 - Bet 1704 & 1704/05
  3. Comfort Starr1644 - 1693
  4. Elizabeth Starr1646 -
  5. Benjamin Starr1647/48 - Bef 1678
  6. Jehosaphat Starr1649/50 - Aft 1671
  7. Constant Starr1652 - 1654
  8. William Starr - 1659
  9. Captain Josiah Starr1657 - 1715/16
  10. John Starr1658 - Aft 1684/85
Facts and Events
Name Dr. Thomas Starr
Gender Male
Christening[1] 31 Dec 1615 Ashford, Kent, EnglandSt. Mary's Church
Marriage Bef 1640 Based on estimated date of birth of eldest known child (Samuel).
to Rachel _____
Military? Surgeon in Pequot War
Death? 26 Nov 1658 Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States

THOMAS STARR (1615-1658)


He came to America with his father when he was about eighteen years old. He lived in Duxbury, Scituate, Yarmouth, and Charlestown, Massachusetts. He was appointed surgeon for the military forces in the Colony on 5/17/1637. For his service, his widow was granted four hundred acres of land. She later took the younger children to Hempstead, L.I, New York.


Plymouth Colony Records, Vol. 4- Court Orders: 1661-1668

From Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England, Vol. 4, ed. by Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, M.D., 1855, Boston, MA.

Some spelling has been modernized.

p. 115. Mar. 6, 1665/6 "[In the case of Joseph Howes v. Thomas Starr] a jury was impannelled, whose names are as followeth:-- Samuell Dunham [et al.]"

References
  1. Comfort Starr sketch, in Great Migration Newsletter. (Boston, Massachusetts: Great Migration Study Project)
    [1].

    i. THOMAS STARR, bp. Ashford, Kent, 31 December 1615; m. by about 1640 Rachel _____ (eldest known child aged 20 in 1660 [Early Starrs 129]). She m. (2) shortly after 22 January 1662 [NS] John Hicks of Hempstead [Hempstead TR 1:119-20; NYGBR 42:185].

  2.   Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011)
    2:6:491.

    link 1. Thomas Starr, bp Ashford, Kent, 31 Dec 1615; m. by about 1640 Rachel _____ (eldest known child aged 20 in 1660 [Early Starrs 129]). She m. (2) shortly after 22 January 1662 [NS[ John Hicks of Hempstead [Hempstead TR 1:119-20; NYGBR 42:185. (On 6 Sep 1666, "Rachell Hickes." writing from Hempstead, referred to "my aunt Smedley" [MLR 3:211-12]. Baptest Smedley {1639, Concord} married at Concord on 27 Mar 1645 Katherine (____) Shorthose [CoVR 6], widow of Robert Shorthouse {1634, Charlestown}. John Smedley {1639, Concord} married by 1646 Ann ___ [CoVR 5]. Both of these women were alive in 1666 [Early Starrs 127-30; GMC50 365-69.)

  3.   Thomas Starr , in Alicia Crane Williams. Early New England Families, 1641-1700. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2013).