Biography of Charles W. Stickle

Stickle, Charles W., was born at Cobourg, Ontario, July 26, 1843, of German parentage which may be traced back to the early part of the seventeenth century. In 1866 he was graduated B. A. with high honors from Victoria University, and three years later he received from his alma mater the degree of M. A. At the close of his college life he came to OakfIeld, Genesee county, and taught as assistant master at Cary Collegiate Seminary until 1871, when he removed to New Jersey and spent eleven years there as master of a classical school in the city of Passaic. At the end of that time he returned to Batavia to accept the position of teller in the Farmer's Bank of Batavia, which position he still occupies. Mr. Stickle has been for many years a prominent Free Mason in this locality. For fifteen years prior to 1898 he was secretary of Batavia Lodge No. 475, and the fraternity have now honored him by electing him W. M. of the lodge. He is also secretary of Western Star Chapter No. 35, R. A. M., and recorder of Batavia Commandery No. 34, K. T.; he has also for many years been a member of the vestry of St. James Episcopal church, and assistant superintendent of its Sunday school. On January 1, 1870, Mr. Stickle married Emily Anna, daughter of Amasa D. Waldo; they have four children: Charles Waldo. M. D., of New York city; Dwight W., of Anheim, Cal.; Howard W., of Boston, Mass.; and Wellington W., of Batavia.

Our County and it's people
A descriptive work on Genesee County, New York
Edited by: F. W. Beers
J.W. Vose & Co., Publishers, Syracuse, N. Y. 1890



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