Jacob  V.  Padrick

            Jacob V. Padrick, a promising young farmer of Sugar Creek Township, was born in that township, February 14, 1855.  He was the son of  Daniel  and  Rachel A. (Henricks) Padrick, a history of whom is given above.  He was reared upon the farm and on the 10th day of January, 1877, he was married to  Maria Belton, a native of Moral Township, this county, born December 17, 1854, and daughter of  Robert and Caroline (Holden) Belton, native of North Carolina and Indiana, respectively.  After their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Padrick settled upon a farm in Johnson County, but a few months later, they came to Shelby County and settled upon the old homestead of the former, where they have since resided.  They are the parents of two children:  Carrie, born September 4, 1877, and  May, born September 7, 1885, both living.  Mr. Padrick and wife are members of the Baptist Church.  In politics the former is a Democrat.
History of Shelby County, Indiana,  Brant & Fuller, 1887,  page 755.
Contributed by Barb Huff  for Judith

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