This line came from two sources: The Curtis Family by Laura Guthrie (Curtis) Preston and a genealogy that had been handed down in the family. They both contained about the same information with the latter describing the siblings of the main line. There appear to be several books on this family. This information may have originally been from them.
STARR, Comfort baptized 6 Jul 1589 Cranbrook, Kent, England d 2 Jan 1659 Boston, Massachusetts
m England Elizabeth b 1595 d 25 Jun 1658
"Comfort Starre of Ashford in Kent Chirurgeon [surgeon]" appears on a passenger list in Yearbooks C and D of Sandwich, Kent County, England, 1608-1642. He and his family along with three servants sailed on the 200 ton Hercules of Sandwich in the spring of 1634. Only three children are listed: Thomas, Comfort, and Mary. The servants were: Saml Duncan, John Turvey or Turbey, and Truth shall prevail Starre. In order to obtain passage, Dr. Starr presented a certificate of his "conversacion and Conformity to the orders and discipline of the Church" signed by Edmund Hayes, Vicar of Asford, 21 March 1634 and another signed by John Honnywood and Thomas Godfrey, Justices.
STARR, Thomas b 31 Dec 1615 England d 26 Nov 1658 Charlestown, Massachusetts
m Rachel Harris
Thomas Starr was appointed "chirurgeon" (surgeon) on 17 May 1637 during the Pequot war.
STARR, Josiah b 1 Sep 1657 Charlestown, Massachusetts d 4 Jan 1715/16 Danbury Connecticut
m Apr 1672 Hempstead, Long Island Elizabeth Hicks d 1691, daughter of John Hicks
m Rebeckah Whiting or Whitney b 1665 d 15 Jul 1739, daughter of Rev. Joseph Whiting or Whitney
STARR, Samuel b 1700 Danbury, Connecticut d 29 Dec 1744 Danbury, Connecticut
m Abagail Dibble or Dibbie
STARR, Samuel b 28 Jul 1732 d 18 Oct 1770 Ridgefield, Connecticut
m Ann Mygatt b 5 Nov 1731 d 24 Jul 1788 Ridgefield, Connecticut