This family is interesting. Both father and son emigrate to New England separately. The son comes in 1635 and the father in 1637. Which should I put in the title of the post? I picked the son because he came first.
1. Thomas Starr born about 1535 and died before 19 January 1594/5 at Romney Marsh, Kent, England. He was a landowner and mayor. His wife's name is unknown.
2. Thomas Starr, (Jr.) born about 1561 at Romney Marsh, Kent, England and died before 2 March 1640/1 at Dorchester, Massachusetts. He married about 1586 Susannah (---) who died at Dorchester after 2 March 1640/1. Thomas and Susannah had thirteen children: Jehosaphat, Comfort, Nostrength, Moregift, William, Mercy, Suretrust, Standwell, Judith, Truth Shall Prevail, Joyful, Constant and Beloved.
3. Dr. Comfort Starr was born 6 July 1589 at Cranbook, England and died 2 January 1659/60 at Boston, Massachusetts. He married on 4 October 1614 at Northam, Sussex, England, Elizabeth Watts, who died at Boston on 25 June 1658. Dr. Starr was a surgeon and arrived in New England in 1635 on board the Hercules. He had ten children: Thomas, Judith, Mary, Elizabeth, Comfort, John, Samuel, Hannah, Lydia, and Ruth.
4. Elizabeth Starr was baptized 3 June 1622 at Ashford, Kent, England and died 4 June 1704 at Boston, Massachusetts. She married about 1640, John Ferniside, born about 1611 and died at Boston 13 November 1693. John was an accountant. He is called cousin in the will of James Cushman alias Couchman of Scituate in 1648. John and Elizabeth had seven children: Jacob, Mary, Hannah, Lydia, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Ruth.
Early Starrs in Kent and New England by Hosea Starr Ballou (Boston, 1944).
Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England 1634-35 (Boston, NEHGS, 2009), VI:487-94.
Genealogical Dictionary of ME and NH by Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby, and Walter Goodwin Davis (Portland, 1939, reprinted Baltimore, 1988).