Guild of One-Name Studies
One-name studies, Genealogy
Variants: Starten, Starting, Starton
Category: 2 - A study where research using core genealogical datasets and transcriptions is well under way, but currently in some countries only.
Contact: Mrs Barbara Harvey
Startin (without a forename) was a villein of the abbot of Stoneleigh in 1274 and paid 16 shillings for a house and some land.
William Startin was the architect of Beech Lawn, Leamington Spa, the residence of Dr Jephson in about 1843
James Startin (1804 - 1872) surgeon and founder of a small specialist hospital in London
Admiral Sir James Startin (1855 - 1948) had a very successful naval career
As many as possible of the surname and misspellings have been recorded from the General Register Office for England and Wales, including military and overseas records since records began on 1 July 1837. This data can be found on the Guild Web Site
Probate entries have been recorded from the dioceses of Lichfield and Chester and from the Prerogative Court of Canterbury since records began. From 1858 the probate records for England and Wales are kept centrally and all appropriate references have been recorded.
There is an ever growing collection of records from various sources including censuses from 1841 to 1901 and parish registers. Many trees are being developed in the hope that one day, some of them will link together.
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