A History of the Starnes Family - Accession 715 #23
Accession 715 #23
Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections
1 bound volume; 805 pages
Herman Starnes [1919-2008], co-author, was born in Union County, NC to John Hurley Starnes and Cantie Plyler Starnes. He was employed with Springs Industries and was family historian. In addition to the Starnes Family, he also researched the Plyler Family resulting in a book titled The Plyler Genealogy 1688-1965. H. Gerald Starnes [1926-2015], co-author, was born in Virginia. He served in the United States Merchant Marine and was an engineer. He also wrote Forrest's Forgotten Horse Brigadier, a book about the American Civil War service of Dr. James W. Starnes of Tennessee.
Scope and Content Note
Of Them, That Left A Name Behind: A History of the Starnes Family's First 125 years and Beyond in America by H. Gerald Starnes and Herman Starnes relates the history of the Starnes Family in American from the 1600s to 1983. The book includes photographs, maps, transcriptions of family documents, a bibliography and an index. Please see the attached Table of Contents, Bibliography, and Index.
Genealogy, Starnes Family, American Revolution, North Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "A History of the Starnes Family - Accession 715 #23". Finding Aid 747.