History of Starr, Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names. (Links Added)

STARR

Starr (Juab) is a small, scattered agricultural settlement three miles north of Mona. In 1858 the soldiers of Johnston's Army established a ranch for holding government livestock. When it became available to the public in 1880, Albert W. Starr and his son William A. Starr Purchased the property. Starr's name was used for the settlement that has been absorbed into nearby Mona.

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