Notes for Patrick L. Lydick
!US Census 1850 (6 September) Pennsylvania, Indiana Co., South Mahoning, Roll M432_785, Sheet 409, Page 205, House No. 61, Lines 23-29: Patrick Lidick (b. 1806 - 44 - in PA - Occ: Farmer - Property Value $1200) married to Jane (b. 1812 -38 - in PA). Children listed (born in PA) are: William (son b. 1835 - 15 - Occ: Farmer); Edward (son b. 1837 - 13); Sarah E. (dau b. 1843 - 7); Samuel (son b. 1846 - 4); and Franklin (son b. 1848 - 2)
!US Census 1860 (24 July) Pennsylvania, Indiana Co., South Mahoning, Home PO, Roll M653_1117, Sheet 244, Page 328, House No. 1712, Lines 18-24: Patrick Lydick (b. 1806 - 54 - in PA - Occ: Farmer - Property Value $3200 + $800) married to Jane (b. 1810 - 50 - in PA). Children listed (born in PA) are: Sarah E. (dau b. 1844 - 16); Samuel A. (son b. 1846 - 14); Benjamin F. (son b. 1848 - 12); Silas C. (son b. 1850 - 10); and Ann E. (dau b. 1852 - 8)
!US Census 1870 (16 June) Pennsylvania, Indiana Co., South Mahoning Township, Plumville PO, Roll M593_1351, Sheet 6, Page B, House No. 41, Lines 19-23: Patrick Lydick (b. 1806 - 64 - in PA - Occ: Farmer - Property Value $1000) married to Jane (b. 1811 - 59 - in PA). Children listed (born in PA) are: Sarah (dau b. 1844 - 26); Annie (dau b. 1852 - 18); and Silas (son b. 1851 - 19 - Occ: Works on Farm)
!US Census 1880 Pennsylvania, Indiana Co., South Mahoning, FHL Film 1255135; National Archives Film T9-1135; Page 308B: Patrick LYDICK (b. Abt 1806 - 74 - in PA - Occ: Retired Farmer - Fa: PA and Mo: PA) married to Jane LYDICK (b. Abt 1812 - 68 - in PA - Fa: PA and Mo: PA). Child listed is: Ann LYDICK (Dau b. Abt 1852 - 28 - in PA - Fa: PA and Mo: PA)
!Stewart's History of Indiana County; entry for William Hamilton Lydic: Patrick Lydick was the son of Patrick and Mary (McHenry) Lydic, was born Jan. 8, 1806, in what is now Cherryhill, Indiana Co., and died Mary 19, 1881. The principal part of his life was spent in South Mahoning township and was always engaged in farming. He was active and prominent in local affairs, holding various township offices. He was a Whig and abolitionist and later a Republican in his political views, and was a leading member of the Presbyterian Church, in which he filled the position of elder. He was instrumental in establishing the Plumville Church. He married Jane Hamilton, who was born Aug. 18, 1811, in Indiana Co., daughter of James Hamilton, who was of Irish parentage. Fourteen children were born to Mr and Mrs Patrick Lydic - William Hamilton, Edward Turner, James, John, Mary Jane, Sarah E., Samuel, Benjamin F., Silas C., Anna Eliza, and four who died in infancy unnamed.
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