Joseph Blake Starr

Joseph Blake Starr
February 6, 1830 – February 13, 1913

Joseph Blake Starr

Joseph Blake Starr

Alternate Spelling:  Joseph B. Starr
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
April 17, 1861 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
1st North Carolina Infantry, Company F
Rank:  Captain
September 28, 1861 – Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and transferred to 1st North Carolina Infantry, Field & Staff
November 12-13, 1861 – Mustered out
March 1, 1862 – Appointed by Governor Clark as Captain of the
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company B
December 17, 1862 – Wounded at Goldsboro Bridge
November 4, 1863 – Transferred to
13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Company B
December 1, 1863 – Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, and transferred to the 13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Field & Staff
May 1, 1865 – Paroled at Greensboro, NC

Parents
John Duncan Starr 1801-1862
Mary Macy Flack 1806-1883

Siblings
Mary Flack Starr 1823-1898
Margaret Duncan Starr 1825-1858
William Nott Starr 1827-1840
Fannie Starr 1833-1876
Hattie S. Starr 1844-1922
Martha Starr 1846-1853

Wife
Sophia Jane Noble Smith 1833-1918

Children
Joseph Noble Starr 1867-1911

Burial
Cross Creek #2 Cemetery
Fayetteville, NC

Joseph Blake Starr Grave

Joseph Blake Starr Grave