England & Virginia
her father: ________ wife:_______
|Winifred Starling||b. c1720 Accomack Co., VA #||d. 1761 in area of Charlotte Co., VA||m. Thomas Camp c
b. 6 Feb 1717 d. 1798 Rutherford Co., VA
|William Starling||b. perhaps in King and Queen Co., VA#||d.||m. moved to Halifax and Mecklenburg Cos., VA|
#records of Russ Williams p.351-356
There may have been other children of this marriage but none are known at this time. This record is a conjecture of Russ Williams who deduced that there had to have been another son of Richard Starling since Richard Sterling/Starling was to have died ten years prior to the birth of Winifred Starling.
"William Starling, the possible brother of Winnifred Starling Camp, was in Mecklenburg Co., VA., from the time of that county's inception, was a member of that county's Committee of Safety from the pre-Revolutionary War era. On Oct. 11, 1779, he was listed as a Gentleman Justice of the Peace and the Court of common Pleas. He was also appointed to take the annual list of Tithables in the "Lower District' on May 12, 1781, and March 14, 1782.
he supplies wagons, teams and provisions (beef) to the
the war, and became a Major of the Patriot Forces on Aug. 12,
After the war, William Starling removed to Henry County where
probably for the remainder of his life."
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