Found her on the 1880 Gallatin, Columbia, New York census (dist 10 img 1) as Julia M. Stickle
Found her on the 1900 Gallatin, Columbia, New York census (dist 12 img 10) as Julia M. Stickle
age 23, single, living at home.
CUPID'S WORK AMID THE RAIN - The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stickle, of Blue Store, was the scene of a very pretty wedding Wednesday, Sept. 20, 1905, when their eldest daughter, Miss Julia M., was united in marriage to Charles D. Scism, of Ellzaville.
Although the rain was falling in torrents outside, at precisely two-o'clock, to the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March, the ushers entered the parlor, followed by the bride and maid of honor, Lelah Stickle, sister of the bride.
The groom was attended by the best man, William Knickerbocker, of Blue Store.
The bride looked charming in a gown of white, entrain, with pearl trimmings and veil, and carried a shower bouquet of white roses.
The ushers were William Sottenfeldt, of Rock City and Clayton Stickles, brother of the bride.
The house was beautifully decorated in goldenrod and ferns. About fifty near relatives and friends were present.
The bride was the recipient of many beautiful presents consisting of cut glass and silverware. At four o'clock the couple took their departure amid showers of rice and old shoes. They will visit Albany, New York and other places of interest, and upon their return will reside in a beautiful home in Johnstown, where the groom has all in readiness for his bride. Both are very well known and have a host of friends and the good wishes of all go with them. - The Pine Plains Register September 29, 1905
Found her on the 1910 Pine Plains, Dutchess, New York census (dist 29 img 18) as Julia Scisno [Scism]
Found her on the 1920 Livingston, Columbia, New York census (dist 37 img 3) as Julia Scism