Julia A. (Stitt) Starry (1857 - 1939)

Julia A. (Stitt) Starry
1857 - 1939
updated January 22, 2020
Julia A. (Stitt) Starry, mother to 7 children, was born on December 3, 1857 in Kiskimere, Pennsylvania. She was born into the Stitt family and married into the Starry family. She was born to Joseph Stitt and Mary Eleanor (Black) Stitt. Julia's partner was William Turney Starry, and they gave birth to Joseph Lowry Starry, Ella Delilah (Starry) Henderson, Benjamin Franklin Starry, Margaret Jane Starry, James Henderson Starry, William Ellsworth Starry, and Nora (Starry) Mason. Julia died on March 29, 1939 in Indiana, Pennsylvania at age 81.

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Julia A. (Stitt) Starry

First name

Julia

Middle name

A.

Maiden name

Stitt

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Gender

Female

Birth

Julia Starry was born on in Kiskimere, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania United States 15690

Death

Julia Starry died on in Indiana, Indiana County, Pennsylvania United States

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at Oakland Cemetery and Mausoleum, 845 Rose Street, in Indiana, Indiana County, Pennsylvania United States 15701

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Julia A. (Stitt) Starry

Parents:

Apr 20, 1815 - Feb 11, 1901
1825 - Feb 5, 1905

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Apr 24, 1852 - Nov 28, 1937

Children:

Feb 2, 1888 - Oct 6, 1980
Nov 2, 1876 - 1948
Dec 27, 1878 - Dec 14, 1962
1881 - 1881
Dec 12, 1890 - Sep 20, 1978
Mar 31, 1896 - Aug 19, 1984
Dec 12, 1890 - Jan 28, 1978

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Julia A. (Stitt) Starry, mother to 7 children, passed away on March 29, 1939 in Indiana, Pennsylvania at 81 years of age. She was buried in Oakland Cemetery and Mausoleum, Indiana, Pennsylvania. Julia was born on December 3, 1857 in Kiskimere, Pennsylvania. She was born to Joseph Stitt and Mary Eleanor (Black) Stitt. Julia's partner was William Turney Starry, and they gave birth to Joseph Lowry Starry, Ella Delilah (Starry) Henderson, Benjamin Franklin Starry, Margaret Jane Starry, James Henderson Starry, William Ellsworth Starry, and Nora (Starry) Mason.
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1857 - 1939 World Events

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In 1857, in the year that Julia A. (Stitt) Starry was born, on October 13th, New York banks closed due to the Panic of 1857. The banks didn't reopen until December 12th.

In 1860, at the age of just 3 years old, Julia was alive when on December 20th, South Carolina seceded from the United States - the first state to do so. At the time, there were about 4 million people enslaved in the American South.

In 1878, when she was 21 years old, on September 12th, Cleopatra's Needle, built in Egypt in 1450 B.C. and transported to England, was erected in London. It had arrived in England on January 21st, having been towed by boat.

In 1898, by the time she was 41 years old, on February 15th, the USS Maine exploded and sank in Havana harbor. The reason for the explosion has never been found, but it killed 266 men. "Remember the Maine" became a rallying cry and precipitated the United States' declaration of war on Spain two months later - the beginning of the Spanish-American War. On December 10th, the war ended with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. The Treaty gave the U.S. Puerto Rico, the Philippines, Guam - for $20 million - and, temporarily, Cuba.

In 1939, in the year of Julia A. (Stitt) Starry's passing, on the 1st of September, Nazi Germany invaded Poland. On September 17th, the Soviet Union invaded Poland as well. Poland expected help from France and the United Kingdom, since they had a pact with both. But no help came. By October 6th, the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany held full control of the previously Polish lands. Eventually, the invasion of Poland lead to World War II.

Other Biographies

Other Starries

Nov 2, 1876 - 1948
Dec 27, 1878 - Dec 14, 1962
1881 - 1881
Dec 12, 1890 - Sep 20, 1978
Mar 31, 1896 - Aug 19, 1984
Dec 12, 1890 - Jan 28, 1978
Oct 8, 1823 - Nov 13, 1894
1829 - Nov 30, 1900
Nov 10, 1848 - Mar 17, 1910
1850 - 1928
1857 - Aug 29, 1918
Aug 26, 1873 - May 31, 1929
February 1880 - Dec 7, 1945
Oct 27, 1901 - Oct 26, 1969

Other Stitts

Apr 20, 1815 - Feb 11, 1901
1825 - Feb 5, 1905

Other Bios

Nov 2, 1876 - 1948
Dec 27, 1878 - Dec 14, 1962
1934 - 1944
1881 - 1881
Dec 12, 1890 - Sep 20, 1978
Sep 12, 1934 - February 1944
Mar 31, 1896 - Aug 19, 1984
Dec 12, 1890 - Jan 28, 1978
Jul 17, 1935 - 1945
Jan 15, 1932 - Sep 7, 1942
Jan 28, 1932 - Aug 5, 1942
Jul 12, 1932 - Nov 23, 1942
Apr 12, 1932 - Sep 21, 1942
Dec 21, 1932 - Aug 16, 1942
Jun 23, 1932 - Aug 23, 1942
May 26, 1932 - Aug 26, 1942
Jun 25, 1956 - Unknown
Oct 20, 1932 - Jul 2, 1942
Apr 21, 1976 - Unknown
Oct 19, 1977 - Unknown
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