Starr, Charles, a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was recommended and admitted into the Oneida Conference, September 1834. He continued in the active ministry until his superannuation, about 1860. He was killed by the cars being thrown from the track of the New York Central Railroad, March 23, 1865. He served once as delegate to the General Conference. Mr. Starr was a preacher of more than ordinary gifts, and very successful in winning souls to Christ. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1865, p. 69.