Found him on the 1900 Gallatin, Columbia, New York census (dist 12 img 10) as Clayton A. Stickle
will reopen the Empire cider mill every Tuesday and Friday during October and every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday during November. - Hudson Evening Register
October 4, 1916
Found him on the 1920 Livingston, Columbia, New York census (dist 38 img 10) as Clayton Stickles
age 37. Also in his household is Alma Stickles age 60, aunt.
Found him on the 1930 Livingston, Columbia, New York census (dist 38 img 14) as Clayton Stickles
Funeral services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p. m. at his late residence for Clayton Stickles, a well known resident of the Town of Livingston, who passed away at his home in Blue Store Thursday afternoon, after an illness which extended over several weeks.
Mr. Stickles was born in Elizaville on April 16, 1882 - the son of the late Charles and Roetta Fingar Stickles, and had always resided in the Town of Livingston. On October 11, 1911, he was united in marriage to Miss Margaret Stickles, daughter of the late John J. and Sarah Stickles. Shortly after their marriage, he purchased the former Oscar Weaver cider mill and had conducted this most successfully since, with patrons extending over a large territory in both Columbia county and upper Dutchess County.
Mr. Stickles was a member of St. John's Lutheran church, of Manorton, where he was most loyal in its support. At the time of his death he was serving as a trustee and also treasurer of the church.
He was a member of the Livingston Fire Co. and of the Johnstown Grange of Livingston. Mr. Stickles also had efficiently served as trustee of School District No. 8 for many years. He will be greatly missed in the community, as he was most active in the social life and the Stickles home always radiated sincere hospitality to their many friends.
He is survived by his wife: one sister, Mrs. Eugene Knickerbocker, Clermont one sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary S. Stickles, and two nephews, Fred C. Stickles and Harold G. Stickles, all of Livingston, and several cousins. Tlie home will be open this evening. The Hudson Evening Register October 18, 1941