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Charles Stickler was born 14 May 1832 in Pucklechurch, Bristol (Pucklechurch+ Bristol+ England) to James Stickler (c1793-1855) and Sarah Angell (1797-1863) and died 28 January 1891 in Pucklechurch, Bristol (Pucklechurch+ Bristol+ England) of unspecified causes. He married Sarah Everett (1834-1912) 13 December 1856 in Pucklechurch, Bristol. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom. Charles born in Pucklechurch in 1832 was the ninth child of James & Sarah Angell Stickler. When he was nineteen he worked as an agricultural servant at the '80 acre farm' of Isaac Luton at Alsop Green, Westerleigh. He married Sarah Everett of Pucklecat the St.Thomas à Becket Church, Pucklechurch, on 13 December 1856. Attending the marriage was Hannah Everett and Charles' younger brother, Enoch. Charles & Sarah had ten children during their first twenty years of marriage. He worked as an agricultural labourer (1861) and later as a coal miner at the Parkfield Colliery (1871). He died in Pucklechurch on 28 January 1891 at age fifty-eight.
Following his death his wife, Sarah Everett born in 1834 at Berkeley/Breadstone, Gloucestershire, continued to live at Parkfield Road with her two youngest children; George Edward and Jesse Charles. In 1911 she was visited by her son, John James, who journeyed from America to England to see his ailing mother; She died the following year in February 1912 at age seventy six.
William Everett Stickler
William Everett born 1865 was the fifth child of Charles and Sarah (Everett) Stickler of Pucklechurch. He never married and died on 26 December 1890.
Edwin Albert Stickler
Edwin Albert born in 1868 and was the sixth child of Charles & Sarah (Everett) Stickler. For most of his life he lived at Cardiff, Wales. He was religious and active in the Methodist Church, and once served as Superintendent of a Methodist Sunday School. When Albert died he left his writing desk to Jesse Cecil Stickler, the banker, who lived at 10 Rutland Ave, Willsbridge.
Hannah Sophia Stickler
Hannah born 1871 was the eighth child of Charles and Sarah (Everett) Stickler. in 1881 she was a Scholar. When she married William Joint they took up residence at Dunkerry Road, Windhill Hill, Bristol.
- 1. Charles Stickler (1832-1891)
- 16. Robert Stickler (c1695-1767)
- 17. Susanna (c1695-1742)
- Records and History predominantly searched out by John Stickler of America and John Richards of Bristol.