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Lydia Lew Stickler (c1824-1894)

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Lydia Lew Stickler was born circa 1824 in Pucklechurch, Bristol (Pucklechurch+ Bristol+ England) to James Stickler (c1793-1855) and Sarah Angell (1797-1863) and died 1 June 1894 of unspecified causes. She married William Goodman (c1823-?) 18 April 1848 in Bristol. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.

It’s unclear whether Lydia’s middle name is Low or Lew; she had a Bristol Diocese baptism, and when she married William they lived in Lilliput Cottages and worked for a local farmer.

Lydia was illiterate and placed an X as her mark on her daughter's birth certificate.


Their daughter ‘Hannah’ died of Breast Cancer and their son ‘Charles’ moved to East Hampshire.

Children


Offspring of Lydia Lew Stickler and William Goodman (c1823-?)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Jane Goodman (c1848-?)
William Goodman (c1849-?)
James Goodman (1850-?)
Hannah Goodman (1853-1911)
Charles Goodman (c1854-?)
Thomas Goodman (c1858-?)
Enoch Goodman (c1862-?)


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  • 1. Lydia Lew Stickler (c1824-1894)
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  • Records and History predominantly searched out by John Stickler of America and John Richards of Bristol.

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