Stickland Family

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At least five generations of the Stickland family have lived in the parish of Tyneham, spanning the period from 1804 or before through to the forced evacuation in 1943.

The Sticklands had been fishermen and boatbuilders for generations and bore the reputation of being “able to do anything with their hands”.

Lilian Bond

Please click below to learn more about the Stickland family members named, their spouses and children and see many more images.


With special thanks to Fred’s grandson Jonathan Reid for his help in compiling these pages and providing images and to Melanie Jenkins, great great grand-daughter of Sarah Gover nee Stickland


Page last updated: 16 March 2020

Sea & Smuggling

The following extracts are taken from the Smugglers’ Britain website by kind permission of Richard Platt, author of ‘Smuggling in the British Isles – A History’. Smugglers’ customers  Some of the contraband landed in southern England was consumed locally: tilling the rich soil a little way inland made many a… Continue reading

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Probate – S

Home|Probate|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z S Robert SCUTT died 24 April 1866 SCUTT Robert. 18 May (1866). The Will of Robert Scutt late of Baltington Farm in the Parish of Tyneham in the Isle of Purbeck in the County of Dorset Yeoman deceased who died 24 April 1866 at Baltington Farm aforesaid was proved… Continue reading

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Gravestone Images & Inscriptions – S

Smith Stickland WILLIAM LUSH STICKLANDDIED MARCH 19 1881AGED 65 Continue reading

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Stickland Family

Home|Families|Stickland|A-E|F-J|K-O|P-T|U-Z At least five generations of the Stickland family have lived in the parish of Tyneham, spanning the period from 1804 or before through to the forced evacuation in 1943. The Sticklands had been fishermen and boatbuilders for generations and bore the reputation of being “able to do anything with… Continue reading

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1881: Death of William Stickland

Tyneham On Saturday last this parish sustained a death the loss of a remarkable man, in his 64th year, named William Stickland born in humble life, of him it my truly be said: – “Far from the madding crowd’s ignoble strife, His sober wishes never learned to stray: Along the… Continue reading

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