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George Stickler was born circa 1788 in Castle Combe, Wiltshire (Castle Combe+ Wiltshire+ England) to Amos Stickler (c1762-1836) and Sarah Salter (-1792) and died March 1874 in Wiltshire (Wiltshire) of unspecified causes. He married Elizabeth Greenman (c1786-1814) April 1812 in Hullavington, Wiltshire, United Kingdom. He married Hannah Sparrow (c1796-1871) 1 April 1820 . Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.

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  • 1. George Stickler (c1788-1874)
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Children


Offspring of George Stickler and Elizabeth Greenman (c1786-1814)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sarah Stickler (c1813-1884)
William Stickler (1814-1814)

Offspring of George Stickler and Hannah Sparrow (c1796-1871)
Name Birth Death Joined with
George Stickler (c1822-)
Hester Stickler (c1827-)
Mary Stickler (c1830-1902)
Amos Stickler (c1832-)
Josiah Stickler (c1835-1909)
Hezekiah Stickler (c1835-1882)
William Stickler (c1838-1915) 28 January 1838 Castle Combe, Wiltshire (Castle Combe+ Wiltshire+ England) 1 August 1915 Cardiff, Wales (Cardiff+ Wales) Emma Elizabeth Bence (c1839-1904)


Siblings


Offspring of Amos Stickler and Sarah Salter (-1792)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Catherine Stickler (c1787-?)
George Stickler (c1788-1874) 1788 Castle Combe, Wiltshire (Castle Combe+ Wiltshire+ England) March 1874 Wiltshire (Wiltshire) Elizabeth Greenman (c1786-1814)
Hannah Sparrow (c1796-1871)

Offspring of Amos Stickler and Hannah Brookes (c1768-)
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Stickler (c1795-1801)
Sarah Stickler (c1797-1815)
Thomas Stickler (c1797-1804)
Jane Stickler (c1803-?)

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Contributors

Nathanville



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