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Jesse Charles Stickler was born 20 May 1876 in Pucklechurch, Bristol (Pucklechurch+ Bristol+ England) to Charles Stickler (1832-1891) and Sarah Everett (1834-1912) and died 6 November 1962 in St.George, Bristol (St.Mathews+ Moorfields St.George+ Bristol+ England) of unspecified causes. He married Amy Blanche Bateman (c1874-1938) 1904 in St.George, Bristol. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.

Jesse Charles born 1876 was the tenth and last child of Charles and Sarah (Everett) Stickler. He grew up in Pucklechurch, Bristol and married Amy Blanche Bateman from St.George, Bristol. Amy is said to have wished for a daughter but fate intervened and he instead had two sons, Alex Stickler and Bruce Stickler. Jesse and and his wife Amy settled in East Street, Bedminster, Bristol but later moved to Knowle, Bristol.

While in Bristol he owned and operated a fancy goods shop, mending toy dolls when required. He traveled frequently to London on business and is remembered by the Jackson family (Heacham, Norfolk) for his visits while on business trips to London. He was not religious but enjoyed the classics, particularly Dickens and Shakespeare and could recite numerous passages of poetry from memory. He died in 1939 from injuries sustained upon being struck by a postal van at their home. Jesse died on 9 November 1962 and was buried at the Avon View cemetery in Bristol, England.




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Offspring of Jesse Charles Stickler and Amy Blanche Bateman (c1874-1938)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Alec Stickler (1905-1992)
Bruce E Stickler (1913-1995)


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  • 1. Jesse Charles Stickler (1876-1962)
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  • Records and History predominantly searched out by John Stickler of America and John Richards of Bristol.

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