William Lydick1

ID#322, b. 11 April 1832, d. 2 April 1892
Father: Samuel Lydick
Mother: Catherine Fair

Birth date: 11 April 1832.1,2 It has also been reported that William was born on 11 August 1831.3
Birth place: Pennsylvania.1

William's first marriage was to Emily Harris, daughter of Charles Harris and Elizabeth "Betsy" Hubbs, on 27 February 1851 Greene County, Pennsylvania.4

His second marriage was to Allice Colvig on 13 September 1883 Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia. George E. Hite certified that he united the couple in marriage.5,3

William died at age 59 from typhoid pneumonia on 2 April 1892 at Moundsville, Marshall County, West Virginia.3 William's body was interred in the Beeler Station Christian Church Cemetery, Rt. 250, Marshall County, West Virginia.6

Census Records

YearLocationEnumeration info as recorded
1850Marshall County, VirginiaWilliam Lydick, male, age 18, born in Pa, a carpenter
(Official U.S. Census Date: 01 June 1850)1
1860Marshall County, VirginiaWilliam Lydick, male, age 28, born in Pa, a farmer, real estate value $1,500 and personal estate value $400
(Official U.S. Census Date: 01 June 1860)2
Family Line(s):
Harris Index
Last Edited Date=13 Oct 2014

Citations

  1. [S1183] Catherine Lydick household, 1850 U.S. Census, Marshall County, Virginia, 33rd District, page 327B, National Archives micropublication M432_959.
  2. [S1259] William Lydick household, 1860 U.S. Census, Marshall County, Virginia, Glen Easton Post Office, page 177, National Archives micropublication M653_1360.
  3. [S1264] William Lydick, Marshall County Register of Deaths, electronic image by West Virginia Archives & History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_dcsearch.aspx, file 4132553_00090.jpg.
  4. [S477] Early Greene County, Pa. Marriages - Part 1 (transcribed from Docket A), online http://www.ourfamilyhistories.com/hsdurbin/marry/… Our Family Histories), William Lydick and Emily Harris data.
  5. [S1961] Marriage License for William Lydick and Allice Colvig, Ohio County, electronic image by West Virginia Archives & History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_mcsearch.aspx, file _00261.jpg.
  6. [S1263] "Beeler Station Cemetery," submitted by Phyllis Slater and re-read by Karen Hucko in 1998, presented by The Marshall County WVGenWeb, online http://www.lindapages.com/marshall/cemetery/frkrgchr.htm