Starcq family page
This family, whose name can be found in Jersey records spelt in various ways, probably dates back to the 13th century or beyond
Charles John Starck and his wife Louisa, nee Whitley
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Origins of surname
The name indicated a strong and robust man.
The first Starck/Starcq baptisms on record are those of the children of Luquas in St Martin between 1619 and 1631. Spelling variants can be found as early as the last decade of the 13th century.
- Le Sterc
- Lesterc 1331
- Lesterk 1299, 1292
- Stark, French variant
- Starke, French variant
Great War service
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