This is the research I've completed on this Daniel Padrick:
Family Group Record for Daniel PADRICK jr
Husband: Daniel PADRICK jr
Born: 23 Nov 1798 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: 27 May 1887 - Shelby Co, IN
Buried: - Boggstown Cem, Shelby Co, IN
Father: Daniel PADRICK sr (Abt 1778-Bef 1810)
Mother: Phoebe SAWYER (Abt 1775-1800)
Marriage: #1:31 Dec 1818 Place: Currituck Co, NC
Other Spouse: Sarah LESTER (Abt 1822- ) Date: (Divorced)
Other Spouse: Susannah PAULLIN (Abt 1820- ) Date: (Divorced)
Other Spouse: Rachael Ann HENDRICKS (1830-Aft 1910) Date: 9 Sep 1850 - Rush Co, IN
1. Orphaned: 1810, Currituck Co, NC. May 1816: Thomas Poyner Admr. de bonis non of Jacob Sawyer Junr. Decd. former Guar. of Daniel Padrick orph. acct. with Jesse Sawyer the present Guar.
2. Migrated: from Currituck Co, NC, 1835, Shelby Co, IN.
3. He was listed age 53, Farmer, RE $2400, b. NC on the census in Aug 1850 in Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN.
4. He was listed on the census in Jun 1860 in Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN. p41
Daniel PADRICK 72 m Farmer $6000/1000 b. Currituck Co, NC
Rachel A " wife 30 f keeps house b. Rush Co, IN
Linzy " son 18 m Farmer b. Shelby Co, IN
James M " son 8 m b. Shelby Co, IN
Lewis C " son 7 m b. Shelby Co, IN
Jacob V " son 5 m b. Shelby Co, IN
Mary A " dau 3 f b. Shelby Co, IN
Laura A " dau 9/12f b. Shelby Co, IN
5. He was listed on the census 1 Jun 1870 in Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN. p325, line5, 2/2:
PADRICK, Daniel 72 mw NC Farmer $11000/1000
" , Rachel 39 fw IN keeping house
" , Marshall 18 mw IN Farm laborer
" , Louis 17 mw IN Farm laborer
" , Jacob 15 mw IN
" , Mary 13 fw IN
6. He was listed age 83, m., Farming, on the census in 1880 in Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN.
Wife: Margaret CASEY
Born: 5 Dec 1798 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: 30 Sep 1843 - Shelby Co, IN
Father: Dempsey CASEY sr (1762-1814)
Mother: Elizabeth CRAFTS (1769-1815)
1 M William Dempsey PADRICK
Born: 15 Nov 1819 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: - Craven Co, NC??
2 M James Henry PADRICK
Born: 5 Oct 1820 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: - unknown
3 M Oscar Decatur PADRICK
Born: 30 Aug 1821 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: Bef 1892 - Shelby Co, IN
Buried: - Mt Auburn Cemetery, Jackson, Shelby Co, IN
Spouse: Melvinia OWENS (1824-1908)
Marr. Date: Abt 1844 - Shelby Co, IN
1. He was listed age 28, m., Carpenter, b. NC, on the census in Aug 1850 in Shelbyville, Shelby Co, IN.
2. He was listed on the census in Jun 1860 in Shelbyville, Shelby Co, IN. family 74, line 13:
Oscar D. PADRICK 38 m NC pp$280 Store clerk
Melvinia " 36 f KY
John W " 14 m IN
3. He was listed on the census in Jun 1870 in Shelbyville, Shelby Co, IN.
PADRICK Oscar D 49 mw Carpenter $300 NC
" Melvinia 45 fw Keepinghouse KY
CLARK Mary 26 fw Dress maker $600 KY
DIXON James M 58 mw retired farmer $8000 OH
" Sue 38 fw boarding at home $5000 IN
" Fannie 11 fw at home IN
4. He was listed on the census 3 Jun 1880 in Shelbyville, Shelby Co, IN. ED209, p281a, line6, 80/83:
PADRICK, O. D. wm 58 m. NC NC NC Landlord
" , Melvina wf 55 m. KY KY KY Landlady
4 M Daniel PADRICK III
Born: 3 Aug 1823 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: 11 Aug 1884 - Rye Valley, Baker Co, OR
Spouse: (Mrs) Nancy BRIMM (Abt 1810-1848)
Marr. Date: #1: 25 Jan 1845 - Shelby Co, IN
Spouse: Elizabeth PAULLIN (Abt 1830-1895)
Marr. Date: #2: 5 Apr 1849 - Shelby Co, IN
Spouse: Adeline MACE (Abt 1829- )
Marr. Date: #3: 16 Apr 1859 - Siskiyou Co, CA
Spouse: Mary Georgia RACKERBY (1843-1920)
Marr. Date: #4: 16 Apr 1865 - Oregon
1. He was listed on the census in Jun 1870 in Baker Co, OR.
Daniel head 40 NC RE$100 PP$500 Mining
Mary wife 26 MO
Joseph son 7 OR
Cynthia A dau 4 OR
Mary A dau 3 OR
Sarah J. dau 1 OR
2. He was listed age 45, m., Farmer, NC NC NC, on the census in Jun 1880 in Baker Co, OR. (Rye Valley Precinct, Baker Co., Oregon 1880 Census; 28 of June, 1880 - Cyrus T. Locey, Enumerator page 049b)
Padrick, Daniel wm 45 m Farmer NC NC NC
" , Mary wf 36 m Keeping house MO VA KY
" , Joseph wm 17 s at home OR NC MO
" , Cynthia wf 14 s at home OR NC MO
" , Mary A. wf 13 s at home OR NC MO
" , Sarah E. wf 11 s at home OR NC MO
" , Daniel lll wm 6 s at home OR NC MO
" , Augusta wf 2 s at home OR NC MO
" , Georgianna wf 10/12 at home OR NC MO (July)
5 F Martha Caroline PADRICK
Born: 10 Feb 1825 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: 24 Sep 1893 - Shelby Co, IN
Buried: - Williams Family Cemetery, Shelby Co, IN
Spouse: Matthew WILLIAMS (1822-1879)
Marr. Date: 11 Jun 1846 - Shelby Co, IN
6 M Dempsey Casey PADRICK
Born: 9 Dec 1826 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: 14 Jun 1865 - Shelby Co, IN
Spouse: Malinda HENDRICKS (1827-1865)
Marr. Date: 27 Aug 1849 - Shelby Co, IN
1. He was listed on the census in Aug 1860 in Van Buren, Shelby Co, IN. family #1125, line 11:
Dempsey C PADRICK 34 m NC Farmer 0/200
Malinda " wife 31 f IN
John J " son 9 m IN
William " son 7 m IN
Sarah " dau 4 f IN
Benjamin F " son 6/12 m IN
7 M William Barnard PADRICK
Born: 6 Sep 1828 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: Bef 1880 - unknown
Spouse: Elizabeth W. RUSH (Abt 1829- )
Marr. Date: 8 Aug 1851 - Hancock Co, IN
8 F Mary Adelaide PADRICK
Born: 22 May 1830 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: - unknown
9 F Margaret Maria PADRICK
Born: 22 Aug 1832 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: - Boggstown, Shelby Co, IN
Spouse: Samuel WEIR (1817-1903)
Marr. Date: Abt 1850 - North Dakota
1. She was listed age 16, at home, b. NC on the census in Aug 1850 in Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN.
10 M Noah PADRICK
Born: 4 Feb 1834 - Currituck Co, NC
Died: Bef 1866
Spouse: Lavina GOLDING (Abt 1842- )
Marr. Date: 28 Apr 1858 - Marion Co, IN
1. He was listed age 15, at home, Farming, b. IN on the census in Aug 1850 in Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN.
2. He was listed on the census 15 Jun 1860 in Russell, Lawrence Co, IL. p028:
Noah PADRICK age 26 m Farmer NC
Lavena age 18 f IN
Daniel age 8/12 m IL Oct 1859
Andrew GOLDING age 16 m IN (Lavena's brother?)
11 M Joseph Marion PADRICK
Born: 6 Dec 1835 - Shelby Co, IN
Died: - unknown
1. He was listed age 14, at home, b. IN on the census in Aug 1850 in Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN.
12 M George Washington PADRICK
Born: 23 Jul 1837 - Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN
Died: 21 Mar 1880 - Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN
Cause of Death: "typhoid pneumonia & derangement of the liver"
Buried: 23 Mar 1880 - Boggstown Cem, Shelby Co, IN
Spouse: Rachel Annie RUSH (1836-1907)
1. He was listed age 13, at home, b. IN on the census in Aug 1850 in Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN.
2. He was listed on the census in Aug 1860 in Warren, Marion Co, IN.
George W. PADRICK 22 m Steam engine engineer 0/$75 IN
Rachel A " 20 f house keeping IN
Pitchey A. RUSH 33 f house work IN
3. Relocation: 1867, Morgan Co, IN.
PADRICK, G. W.: saw milling;
Centerton. Born in Inc. 1837;
settled in M. C. 1867.
4. He was listed on the census in Jun 1870 in Clay, Morgan Co, IN. p127, family #162
PADRICK George 34 mw IN Sawyer $250
" Amanda 32 fw IN
" Douglas 10 mw IN
" Casy 8 mw IN
" Adda 4 fw IN
" Samuel 4/12 mw IN
5. His obituary was published 1 Apr 1880 in Shelby Co, IN. from SHELBY DEMOCRAT-VOLUNTEER, page 2, column 8:
"DIED PADRICK - On the 21st day of Mrch, 1880 at his residence in Sugar Creek township, of typhoid pneumonia and derangement of the liver, Mr GEORGE W. PADRICK, aged 43 years. Mr Padrick was a son of Daniel Padrick who is now living and is the father of twenty-four children. G. W. Padrick was born and raised in Sugar Creek township, and married Miss Rush, of Hancock Co, who he left with three sons to mourn his loss.
Deceased was a member of Sugar Creek Lodge No. 279, Free and Adopted Masons, at Fairland, of which lodge he presided as Worshipful Master, and was buried with the honors of Masonary in the Boggstown cemetery March 23rd, 1880."
13 F Sarah Ann PADRICK
Born: 23 Oct 1839 - Shelby Co, IN
Died: bef 1850 Census - Shelby Co, IN
1. She was listed NOT shown on the census in Aug 1850 in Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN.
14 M Lindsey W PADRICK
Born: 7 Jul 1841 - Shelby Co, IN
Died: est abt 1861
1. He was listed age 8, at home, b. IN on the census in Aug 1850 in Sugar Creek, Shelby Co, IN.
General Notes (Husband)
The story of this man, his family and descendants is beautifully told in a book entitled "The Padrick Story" written by May Eleanore Padrick James. Indisputably documented.
We know that he was orphaned at about 11 - 12 years old, so both parents had to have died by 1810.
From Currituck co Estate Records:
#344 May 1816 Thomas Poyner Admr. de bonis non of Jacob Sawyer Junr. Decd. former Guar. of Daniel Padrick orph. acct. with Jesse Sawyer the present Guar Jacob Sawyer Junr.
Daniel married #1: Margaret Casey;
after her death
he married #2: Sarah Lester on 8 Dec 1844; divorced in 1849
he married #3 :Susannah Paullin on 16 Apr 1849; divorced 23 Feb 1850
he married #4: Rachel Henricks on 9 Sep 1850 when she was abt 19 and he was 52. Apparently they were very happy together.
According to Obituary of son GW Padrick, Daniel was father of 24 children. I can account for only 20.
In 1834-35, he was in Davidson Co, TN proved by court records.
Currituck County Deeds
Thomas C. Casey Relinquishment to Daniel Padrick
Oct. 1826; July 22, 1833
Currituck Co., NC Deed Book 20, pp. 237-238
Know all men by these presents that whereas in and by a certain Indenture of Trust bearing date on or about the month of October Eighteen hundred and Twenty six and made between Daniel Padrick of the state of North Carolina Currituck County of the one part and Thos. C. Casey, Trustee of the State and County aforesaid of the other part. The said Daniel Padrick for and in consideration
therein mentioned did grant bargain convey and confirm unto the said Thomas C. Casey Trustee a certain piece or parcel of Land-containing Eighty acres more or less- lying and being situated in the County and State aforesaid beginning at a place called the Sine(?) Bridge Running an East course down a line of marked trees to a corner, thence a west course down a line of marked trees to the main Road thence a west course down a big ditch to the grave yard thence a south course thirty feet thence a west course thirty feet thence a north course thirty feet to the ditch thence down said ditch to a corner maple stump thence a north course to a corner thence a west course down a line to a corner. Thence an East course to the Bridge to the first station boundry on the south and East by the Lands of Samuel Douglas and Robert B. Poyners heirs and on the west by
the lands of Turman Waller having refference to me and of Trust will morefully shew in while said Indenture of Trust I the said Thos. C. Casey Trustee do hereby declare that my name was only used in Trust for Martin Ross Casey of the
County and State aforesaid to secure to him the said M. R. Casey The payment of Several promisary notes of hand due at different dates having refference to the deed of Trust will morefully show now knowledge that I the said Thos. C. Casey
Trustee in discharge of the trust in me Reposed as aforesaid and at the Request of the said Martin R. Casey have Remised Released Surrendered assigned transferred and set over and by these presents do for me my Executors and
administrators freely and absolutely Remiss Release surrender assign transfer and set over unto the said Daniel Padrick his Executors administrators and assigns all the Estate Right title interest benefits trust claims and demand whatsoever which I the said Thos. C. Casey my Executors or administrators can shall or may have or claim of in or to the said premises or of or in any sum or sums of money or other matters or things whatsoever in the said Indenture of Trust contained mentioned or expressed so that neither I the said Thos. C. Casey my Executors or administrators at any time hereafter shall or will claim
challenge or demand any Interest property benefit or other things in any manner whatsoever by or me and of the said Indenture or any covenant therein contained
but there of and there from and of and from all actions suits and demands which I the said Thos. C. Casey My Executors or administrators may have concerning the same shall be forever barred by these presents in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the 22nd of July Eighteen hundred and Thirty three signed and sealed I presence of
Jno(?) David Jurat
A. Demoss Jurat
Thos. C. Casey [seal]
State of Tennessee
Davidson County Court July session 1833
This deed of conveyence or relinquishment Thomas C. Casey to Daniel Padrick was produced in open court and proved to be the act and deed of the said Thoams C. Casey by the oaths of John Davis and Abraham Demoss the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be satisfied the probate being of Record I the Court. In Testimony where of I Henry Ewing Clerk of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for said County have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of said court to be also affused at office in Nashville on this 25 day of July A.D. 1833.
State of Tennessee Davidson County
Elishu L. ????
Presiding magistrate of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions foresaid County do hereby certify to whom it may consern that Henry (?) Ewing whose name is signed the above certificate is Clerk of said Court in said state and that his attestation as such is given in due form of Law and by the proper offices
Given under my hand and seal on this 25 day of July A.D. 1833 E. L.
Registerd April 2(?) 1834
Thos. S.____? PR for B Land?
Daniel Padrick age 53 NC Farmer
Margaret M. age 16 NC
Noah age 15 IN
Joseph age 14 IN
George W. age 13 IN
Lindsey W. age 8 IN
ILLINOIS PUBLIC LAND PURCHASES RECORDS:
Daniel bought 4000 acres 29 Aug 1835 - Marshall Co, IL
Residence of Purchaser:PUTNAM
Aliquot Parts or Lot:NESE
County of Purchase:MARSHALL
Details of Sale:
Price per Acre:1.25
Type of Sale:FD
Date of Purchase:08/29/1835
THE SHELBY DEMOCRAT
Thursday, November 27, 1879
page 3, column 1
Daniel Padrick, who lives in Sugar Creek township, was given a surprise dinner on last Sunday in honor of his eighty-second birthday. Mr. Padrick came to Shelby county in 1835 where he has been engaged in agricultural pursuits ever since. He has been married four times and is the father of twenty children.
Mr. O. D. Padrick, of this city, is one of his children, and was present to engage in the festivities on last Sunday.
Research Notes (Husband)
Sugar Creek Twp, Shelby Co, IN: Township 13 North - Range 5, 6 East per Plat Directory distributed by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service, 1997. Sugar Creek Township is bounded on the north by Moral Township, on the
south by Hendricks, on the west by Johnson County, and on the east by Brandywine Township. The Martinsville Railroad intersects it diagonally in a southwesterly direction. Its principal streams are the Sugar Creek and Little Sugar Creek. The face of the country is level, and the soil, particularly in the river bottoms, is very productive. The streams are spanned by two very fine iron bridges.
Among the earliest settlers of what is now Sugar Creek Township, are the following: John McConnell S.G. Huntingdon Adam Smith, Sr. (the father of David Smith) James Johnson Matthew Campbell William McConnell John Hindsman Joseph Trusler Reuben Strickler Daniel Padrick James White Henry Willard William Dannell David Hoover Linsey Boggess Joseph Hough Robert Myers James Holmes William Hoskins William Croddy William F. Morgan Amos Collins John H. Stewart William Edwards Lee Parrish
Boggstown, the only post office, is located in the exact center of the township, and was founded at an early day by
William, Warren and Joseph Boggs, three brothers, who were leading men in their day. It is now a railroad station, and contains a Presbyterian, a Methodist Episcopal and Meth- odist Protestant Church, and also a graded school. There
was formerly a Masonic Lodge, now removed to Fairland. It is the headquarters of the largest grain trade in the county, outside of Shelbyville. Hough's Mills, now called the Red Mills, has been in existence for over forty years.
Hugh and Adam McFadden were among the early settlers; the former was the father of Dr. William G. McFadden and James B. McFadden, attorney at law, now of Shelbyville. Edward Gird, Representative in the State Legislature (1836-37),
was a resident of Sugar Creek Township.
The first school teacher here is remembered with great enthusiasm. It was the late William Manwarring, afterward
of Franklin, Johnson County.
There were formerly a Baptist Church, known by the
name of the "Morgan Church," in the north- western part of the township, but the organization has been discontinued. The Methodist Episcopal, of Boggstown was 1826 at the house of Joseph Hough. In 1830, it was removed to the residence
of Adam McFadden, one mile south of Boggstown. The Presbyterians had built a church at Boggstown which they offered to the Methodists for quarterly meetings
and other great occasions. In 1850, the present church edifice was erected.
There are six schools in the townships, five of them have brick schoolhouses. Among the handsome improvements the following deserve mention: Philip Hoops Herman Torline David Smith C.A. Gibson Benjamin Farmbrough George W. Holmes Tillman H. Lee Daniel Padrick Benjamin Willard William Weaver.
Many of the citizens of this township have occupied public positions. John McConnell was County Commissioner; John H. Stewart, Sheriff; James O. Parish, Treasurer; T.H.
Lee, Sheriff and George C. McConnell is now Deputy Treasurer. ~ ~ From the Atlas of Shelby Co., Indiana, Chicago: J.H. Beers & Co, 1880, page 14.