Starcq burial records 1820-1978

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Starck burial records
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The records of Jersey's seven major undertakers from 1820 to the late 1970s are held by Jersey Archive and have been digitised and indexed by archive staff and volunteers. We previously provided family page listings of the records of Croad's, a single business, but have now combined all the records into a single new index and are progressively updating the lists in our family pages. The full records are available to subscribers to the Archive's online service. The entries within the volumes give vital family history information such as the name and age of the person buried, their immediate relations, the place and date of death, as well as place of burial - cemetery, location of grave and even the coffin's depth. Some records also give details of the deceased's occupation or public positions held.

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The first records, from 1867, in the Croad Livre de Remarques


The books can be viewed on line or downloaded. Each set for each undertaker has an index which subscribers can view online or download.

It can be a lengthy process searching for records because there are separate indexes for each funeral director and most do not give a date of burial. This means that several volumes may have to be accessed when searching for details of an ancestor's burial. Although the Archive website has a search facility which allows a search for individual names, the results can include all manner of other records in their catalogue and, unless the exact spelling of a name is known, the required record will not be found.

Jerripedia has not only created a full A-Z index for all 66,000-plus records, with the year of burial included for the benefit of our users who have an Archive subscription, but we are adding indexes of records, such as this one, for individual families included in our 1,200-plus family pages, which include all the island's most important families.

This link is to the Archive website page containing links to the seven sets of records. The page will open for everybody but only subscribers will be able to view the records

Some records use page numbers and sequential record numbering. Most of the Archive indexes do not include dates. All our indexes and lists give dates, and having identified the undertaker and date of funeral from this listing you can then easily find the volume containing the record.

The Archive indexes contain some very unusual spellings for common Jersey surnames. We are cross-checking these with the images of the undertaker's books and finding that most are errors of transcription, which can be corrected for our index, although the process of checking against the books is very time-consuming. Some of the handwriting in the books is very difficult to read, and there may also be errors in the entries. We are correcting names when we are entirely satisfied that a common surname has been wrongly entered or transcribed. Variations of common names which may be correct are included at the end of family name indexes, and have been left in the full A-Z indexes.

Our advice is the same as it is with any other set of records included in Jerripedia. If you don't find an ancestor where you expect to, look for variations in spelling and, perhaps for names with or without prefixes, such as Le, La, L', de and du. Variations may appear next to records for names spelt in the standard form; they may also be some way out of sequence.

Please note that the work of updating all our family page burial lists to include all funeral directors is not yet complete, and some pages still link to an incomplete listing for a single business. Note also that there were other undertakers in business over the years whose records are not included in this collection. For families with a significant number of records we have created a separate page, but when there are only a few records the link may be to an A-Z index page, and you will need to scroll through the alphabetical listing to find the family you are interested in.

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Page number Record number Forenames Surname Maiden name Previous
married name
Associated names Notes Year
of burial
Funeral director
17971 Amy Syvret Starck Hubert 1941 Croad
11723 Ann Starck Mollet 1919 Croad
523 62 Anne Starck Cabot 1871 Croad
11121 Anne Starck Le Maistre 1867 Picot
4319 Caroline Starck 1854 Picot
6838 Caroline Jane Starck 1859 Picot
11732 Charles Edwin Starck 1919 Croad
11655 Charles John Starck 1919 Croad
170 Clement Starck 1929 Sinatt
272 81 Clement Kemble Starck 1869 Sinatt
8520 Edith Annie Starck 1909 Croad
424 Elie Starck 1938 Sinatt
8903 Elie Starck 1910 Croad
12916 Elizabeth Starck Perchard 1871 Picot
333,334 Emily Charlotte Starck Kemble 1921 Sinatt
2364 Emily Mary Starck 1888 Croad
3728 George Starck 1893 Croad
15635 George Starck 1933 Croad
22148 Hilda Alice Starck Dorey 1959 Croad
7597 Jane Eliza Starck 1861 Picot
4923 Jeanne Starck Le Feuvre 1855 Picot
9370 John Starck 1912 Croad
524 54 Julia Starck 1878 Croad
6431 Julia Starck Renouf 1902 Croad
9236 Louisa Ann Starck Infant 1864 Picot
14183 Louisa Esther Starck Whitley 1928 Croad
3366 Mabel Starck 1892 Croad
6851 Marie Starck Messervy 1859 Picot
9798 Mary Ann Jane Starck Binet 1913 Croad
266 Philip Starck 1934 Sinatt
523 83 Philippe Starck 1870 Croad
3085 Philippe Starck 1851 Picot
8893 Philippe Mauger Starck 1910 Croad
27 Rachel Starck Alexandre Le Maistre 1879 Croad
4964 Thomas Starck 1856 Picot
5991 Unnamed boy Starck Stillborn son of Philippe Starck and Julie Renouf 1858 Picot
103 Walter Le Maistre Starck 1879 Croad
6 William Starck 1942 Pitcher
92a,92b 181 Henry Charles Starcks 1880 Sinatt
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