The Stickler Roots
Thus bringing the Oaten, Bradbeer/Bradbeare, Joint and Richards families into the Stickler fold.
|View||The Infamous Sarah Bradbeare of Pitminster. Published on Nathanville with the kind permission of Tony Milward, “Bradbeer One-name Study" - email@example.com|
|View||The Oaten family (Frederick Oaten, Dinah Bradbeer and their family of 13 children) by Gordon Oaten.|
|The Joint Family Ancestors|
|View||The Richards Family History|
|View||The Stickler Family Origins|
|View||The Pucklechurch Stickler's|
|View||The Stickler Migration to Canada & America|
|View||Thomas Arthur VC and the Stickler Family|
|View||The Australian Stickler's|
|View||The Bang's connection to the Stickler Family|
This is the story of the Pucklechurch Stickler’s from Thomas Stickler & Jane Mealing in the 18th Century to the Joint & Richard families, the Stickler families in America and Canada, Thomas Arthur VC, and the Australian branch joining the Bang family from Denmark, and their Australian descendants.
Co-written by John Richards, John Stickler and Arthur, with major contributions from Roger Joint, who provided a considerable amount of information on the Joint family. John Stickler (USA) for information on the Pucklechurch, American and Canadian Stickler’s, Bob Adams, for extensive information on all the major Stickler branches on both sides of the Atlantic, and on the Australian families; Pat Bang (Patricia Helen Stickler) and Grace Russ (Grace Enid Baglin) for their immense contribution to the Australian side of the family, stemming from Pucklechurch. Acknowledgments also to Roger Evans and to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia on the web, for detailed information on Thomas Arthur VC; and finally George Burgess (1829-1905) for his diary and other writings on the Burgess connection
The Pucklechurch History and the Stickler Migration to Canada and America are extracts of the second revision of the original Stickler Genealogy published in September 1994 by John Stickler covering the history of the English, Pucklechurch Stickler family.
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Stickler Family Photos
Many thanks to the following who provided many of the Stickler family photos: -
In addition to the photos, they also contributed important family history information on the early Stickler's.
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