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Hannah Stickler was born circa 1819 in Pucklechurch, Bristol (Pucklechurch+ Bristol+ England) to James Stickler (c1793-1855) and Sarah Angell (1797-1863) and died circa 1892 of unspecified causes. She married John Joyner (c1820-?) 1840 in Gloucestershire. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.

Hannah born 1819 was the third child of James Stickler and Sarah Angell. In 1840 she married John Joyner, a labourer and son of John Joyner of Hallen, Gloucestershire. Hannah and John had six children. Their third child Sophia, born 9 November 1846 never married and lived in Pucklechurch at the home of Hannah's younger brother, Enoch, where her occupation was that of a housekeeper.

In 1881, Hannah and her husband were living in Hallen, Gloucestershire, with their extended family of children grandchildren.




Children


Offspring of Hannah Stickler and John Joyner (c1820-?)
Name Birth Death Joined with
George Joyner (c1840-?)
Sarah Ann Joyner (c1844-?)
Sophia Joyner (1846-?)
John Joyner (c1850-?)
Mark Joyner (c1861-?)
Albert Joyner (c1864-?)


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  • 1. Hannah Stickler (1819-1892)
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  • Records and History predominantly searched out by John Stickler of America and John Richards of Bristol.

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