Found him on the 1860 Gallatin, Columbia, New York census (img 9) as Charles Stickels
Found him on the 1880 Gallatin, Columbia, New York census (dist 10 img 1) as Charles Stickle
age 25, farming, He is married and his family is living in the household of his parents.
Found him on the 1900 Gallatin, Columbia, New York census (dist 12 img 10) as Charles Stickle
age 44, farmer. His widowed mother Julia Stickle
age 69 and his widowed mother-in-law Maria Fingar
age 82 are living in his household.
Found him on the 1915 Livingston, Columbia, New York state census (A.D. 1 E.D. 1 img 4) as Charles Stickle
age 60, farm laborer.
Charles A. Stickles died at his home near Bingham's mills, town of Livingston, on Saturday, aged 62 years. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Miss Lela Stickle and Mrs. Charles Scism, of Livingston, and one son, Clayton, of Blue Store. Mr. Stickle was a highly esteemed citizen and his death leaves a void in his family circle and in the community where he was highly esteemed. Hudson Evening Register September 24, 1917