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Issue 87 No. May 2011
GEORGE SHEIVELY (SHIVELY) FROM SOUTH CAROLINA CHARLESTONO
has been published or shared by the Shively Little documentation who is locatedin the researchers the lineageof GeorgeSheively(Shively) on County,South Carolina. Did he have Charleston early recordsof Charleston, livingtoday? and sonsor daughters are theredescendants Advertiser, New The deathof GeorgeShivelyis listedin the Commercial 12, 1818,Page2, Column4. The article Evening, September York,Saturday 65." Fromthis articlewe have Mr. states"DIED At Charleston, GeorgeShively, yearof birthas 1753. Anotherreference his deathis listedin the to an estimated Magazine, Volume 45, Page 78: South CarolinaHistoricaland Genealogical Died , in this city, on the 7th inst. Aged 65 Mr. GeorgeShiveley,a nativeof but Pennsylvania, for the last thirty years a citizenof this place.....lnour of war one revolutionary he commanded of the militiacompanies his nativestate, part in most of the battlesfought there. An was presentand took an active dispensation Divine of widow and two sons feel sensibly this av'rful affectionate (Monday, 31, 1818)" August Providence. Countylists fromthe indexof the willsof Charleston The WPA information Page 114. Volume34 (1818-1826), an entryfor the will of GeorgeScheively, CountyPublic T. a Dorothy Gloverobtained copyof this will from the Charleston Libraryfor the Shivelyresearchers.The orginalwill is found in the Charleston Page 5. "Stateof South \Mll Book F (1818-1826), County,South Carolina & being of Carolina: l, GeorgeSheively the City of Charleston Stateaforesaid, mindmemory judgement, make& ordain & do thisto be of soundand disposing unto my wife,Ann MaryShively, All my last Will & testament.I give & bequeath my Estate of every descriptionwhatsoever& wheresoeverupon the following trust,first to pay and Satisfyall my legal & just debts,in any mannershe may thinkproper,eitherby sale or otherwise my said Estate- The rest & residue of pay of my saiddebts, I bequeath left afrerthe untomy said \Mfe duringher life, free from the impeachment waste,& after her death I bequeath same unto of the my two SonsJohn Sheively CharlesSheively & share& sharealikeor suchone of them as may be alive at the time of the death of my said wife - but should neitherof them survivetheir said mother it is then my desire that the same shouldrest absolutely her & to her sole & separateuse - | nominate, in constitute & appoint my said wife Ann Mary Sheively,Executrixof this my last Wll &
revoking others,heretofore made by me-Charleston4thAugust Testament, all (LS) 1818 George Shiviely Witnesses JohnStrobel MartinStrobel Proved JamesD, Mitchell before Esquire, Ordinary C.T.() 24'n August1818 At Ann MaryShiviely, the sametimequalified Executrix. The location this will establishes fact that GeorgeShievely have of the did a family. Hiswifewas Ann Mary(maiden nameunknown) at leasttwo sons, and Fromthe "Return Deaths" Johnand Charles. withinthe city of Charleston of from the 22nd the 29thof January,1837 is an entry for Mary Ann Shievely, to white female, diedat age77, bornin Germany, diedof pleurisy, buriedin the G. L. and (Thisinformation B Ground. indicates wouldhave been born about 1760). she Fromthe "Returnof Interments" the city of Charleston, in from the Sth the 12th to of September, 1821 is an entry for John Shively,age 22, place of residence Charleston, died of consumption buriedin the GermanCemetery. the and In 1830Charleston directory CharlesSheively listedat 230 MeetingStreet city a is withan occupation painter. of is GeorgeShively listedon the 1800and 1810Charleston County, South Carolina censusrecords. Listedin the 1800household 2 malesunder10 are and 1 malebetween and 44, l female 26 under10, 1 femalebetween and 15, 10 and 1 femalebetween and 44, and 1 slave. Listedon the 1810censusrecord 26 10 are 1 malebetween and 15, 1 maleover 45, l femaleunder10,2 females between agesof 10 and 15,and 1 female the over45. GeorgeSheively listedin the 1806Charleston directory a grocer is city as livingat 117Meeting Street.On the 1813directory has a seedsstoreat 173 he Meeting Street. Thereare numerous in the old newspapers ads whereGeorgeis what seed he has just received sale. Manyof theseads list the for advertising business 117Meeting at Street. One interesting articlefound in the City Gazetteand Daily Advertiser, Tuesday,December22, 1812, Page 3, Column 1 describesthe following shipmentbeing sent to George Shively: "Ship News, Port of Charleston: Information has been receivedthat the schoonerFanny & Maria, Miller,and sloopMary-Ann, Williams, bothfrom Philadelphia boundto this port,havebeen captured their passageby the Britishbrig Sophie. The cargoof the Fanny& on persons:---John Wm. Burgoyne, Mariawas consigned the following to Hoff, Wm. DeBow,Bates & Perkins,T. Johnson,Thos. Flemming,London Paine, B. Palmer, Brooks Potter, & JohnWhite,Geo.Shively, Miller, F. Deliesseline M. C. .... and others listed this newsletter not for article. There are interesting entriesfrom the Freedmans' Bank records.From 1869 to 1874, 58 Broad was the locationof the Charleston branchof the Freedman's Bank,a national bankfor blacks. The Charleston branchhad 5,500 depositors about$350,000 deposits 1873,'butmismanagement other and in in at branches manipulations whiteNewYorkfinanciers and by caused bankto fail the in 1874. On October 1868a Charles Pricelistshis fatheras Charles 21, H. G. Shively, deceased, motherElizabeth and Price, deceased. One brother, John,is listedand two sisters, Sarahand Charlotte who had movedto Cleveland, Ohio. He listshis ageas 27, bornin Charleston, a carpenter, 1 daughter, is has Ella.
TO (SHIVELY) FAMILYFROMINDIANA CALIFORNIAH. LEWTS SGHIVELEY on query was receivedrequestinginformation the family of L. H. A foundfor this Schiveley is and wife Emeline. Following information Schiveley notethis information Shively the records.Please in family; timesalsospelled at and is on available the Internet is the resultof a quicksearchof the information on to onlyintended be a guidefor thoseworking thislineage. M The familyof LewisH and Emeline Shivelyare locatedon the 1850 town of Columbus. Listedare LewisH census, County,Indiana Bartholomew M makerand bornin PA. Also listedarewife Emeline age Shively, 23, a cabinet M Catharine age 3 age21 bornin NY,sonAlbertage 4 bornin KY and daughter by 1860and is foundon the Marion months bornin KY. The familyhas moved are age census.Listed L M Shively 36, 7th lndiana, wardof Indianapolis, County, age in PA,wifeEmeline 30 bornin NY,sonAlbertage 13 born born a millwright, Kateage 10 bornin lN, son LewisR age 5 bornin lN, and son in KY, daughter age 3 bornin lN. Charles maidennamemay havebeen Emeline Shively's that Emeline It appears from his researchand Redstone. Mark Woodwardcontributedinformation family. for records the Redstone in the to suggested follow similarities the census is townof Columbus Indiana census, County, Located the 1850Bartholomew on bornin age Redstone 40 bornin NY, son JohnH Redstone an entryfor Martha born in Canada. Notethat the LewisH Shively NY and son AlbertE Restone and familyis also listedin the samecountyin 1850. MarthaRedstone family census city of Indianapolis are locatedon the 1860 MarionCounty,lndiana, age 59 born in NY are: of record. Listedin the household MarthaRedstone age 25 born in NY, in NY, AlbertE Redstone age 27 born John H Redstone age 17 born in lN, age 22 born in lN, Mary Jane Redstone SallieRedstone age 30 bornin NY,Ageline Dozier age 3 bornin lN, Elizabeth Redstone Nannie A age I bornin NY, and Nicholas age 30 bornin NY, John R Gilman Gilman age 7 born in NY. Againthis is the same countywherethe LewisH Gilman alsofoundthe following as is Shively recorded livingin 1860. MarkWoodward July fromthe DailyAlta California, 3, 1887,page8 whichhelpsestablish obituary families: DOZIER-|n this city, and Redstone of the relationship the Schiveley M. Mrs.Elizabeth Dozier, street, No. June30, at her lateresidence, 1804Market of and Mrs.E. M. Schiveley mother and sisterof JohnH. andAlbertE. Redstone T. the lateCharles Dozier. done by CherylZufallParkerof the June 23, 184,o From a transcription LewisH Shively may have it Franklin Examiner, appears issueof the newspaper, wentintocamp that Mexico.The company wasformed in served the war against of to and was assigned the ThirdRegiment at NewAlbany,Ind (FloydCounty) Volunteers. the Indiana with this family. The By 1870severalnotablechangeshave occurred the to with hisfamily, familyhas moved is nameof LewisShively notfoundliving From Schiveley. and/or as to surname begins appear Schively and California the we MeadowLakeTownship, find Emeline California, the 1870NevadaCounty, are Schively age In headof the household. the household Emeline Schively as 40 bornin NY, son Albertage24 bornin KY, son Lewisage 16 bornin lN and
From the Historyof NevadaCountyby son Charlesage 14 born in lN. Thompsonand West, page 226 it appearsthat daughterKate Schivelywas to in married 1866 R. D. Paschen. last recordfound is from a land recordfor Mrs. E M Schiveley.The The with 2, is dateof the information February 1874and listsher as a widowresiding and Nevada County, California is is family. The property mostlikelyin Truckee, on listedas Lot #4 on northsideof HighSt. bounded northby J.J. L. Peel(JP), #5. #3, on eastby R.D.Pashcen on southby HighSt.,on westby JohnMillet to Mary a son Regarding AlbertSchiveley(Shively)recordof his marriage Bulletin, Evening E. Duncanon July 13, 1874was foundin the San Francisco 1920, and are Schiveley family foundon the 1910, and 3. Page3, Column Albert found town of Bishopcensusrecords. Children 1930Inyo County,California, from these recordsincludeson Albert DuncanSchiveleyand daughterLottie Schiveley. Albert and Mary are buried in the West Line Street Cemeteryin Schiveley born from the tomb stonelist AlbertRedstone Bishopand information born 31-May-1855 died 25-Dec-1938 Mary D Schiveley and died 28-Mar-1846 18-Sep-1954. is and of Kate,the daughter HenryL Schiveley(Shively) Emeline, located censusrecords.She is listed California County, on the 1870and 1880Nevada that R. with her husband D. Paschen.Fromthe two censusrecordsit is learned Nettie born1867, children: and R.D.Paschen wife Katehadat leastthe following LewisH born 1869,Venettaborn 1872,EmmaA born 1877and RichardD born 1879. in are and LewisSchiveley listedin the samehousehold Charles Brothers and Township bothare listedas being Visalia California, 1880in TulareCounty, were hardto locateand records LewisSchiveley for bornin Indiana. Additional followingentry may explain. From the cemeteryrecordsfor the Sierra the MountainCemetery,the Masonic Section,is listed an entry for Louis R 8, 5, died born Schiveley, August24,1855 December 1881(Block Lot39). for is locatedon the 1890"GreatRegister" Tulare CharlesH Schiveley census, OphirTownship the California, 1900ButteCounty,California, County, census. In the Township, of Oakland city County, Oakland and 1910Alameda of of Marriage BookB, Page438 is a record the marriage Charles TulareCounty Tulare A and Elizabeth Robinson. From the VisaliaCemetery, H Schively (mayhavediedabout H is for records a listing Charles Shively Coung,California (mayhavediedaboutJanuary 1915). 15, A and Elizabeth Shively 1, 1927) June familypriorto the for No records couldbe located this Schiveley(Shively) wouldbe to explore on for 1850census.A suggestion thoseworking this lineage foundin Floyd families this the possibility familymightbe kin to the Schiveley County,Indiana. FloydCountyis locatedacrossthe Ohio Riverfrom Jefferson in was verywell established this area Shively Kentucky. The surname County, and Indianaand may explainwhy the family was recordedas of Kentucky in Shively theseearlyrecords.
COUNTY, OHIO. BONEN MARION OF AND MARJORIE L. ROBERT SHIVELY on for querywas madeby a familymemberlooking information A recent of announcement the Bonen.A newspaper Marjorie who married Robert Shively June Ohio,Wednesday, in was located The Star,Marion, couple of wedding this 2: 4, Page Column 2, 1943, Weddings the Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bonen of 205 Orchardstreet are announcing MarjorieMarie,to RobertL. Shively,son of Mrs. marriage their daughter, of MargaretShivelyof East George street, Saturdayeveningat the Oakland parsonage the Rev.J. R. Dallas officiating. with church Evangelical Attendingthe couple were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hecker, Miss June Freemanand GeorgeBarks. The bride wore a white silk linen suit with a of corsage red andwhiteroses. at A reception the home of the bride's parentsfollowedthe ceremony. Ensignand Mrs. R, G. Haldeman guestswere presentincluding Twenty-three of andH. H. Haldeman Cleveland. and Mrs. Coolercorporation at Mr. Shivelyis employed the Universal will company.The couple make Supply at is Shively a bookkeeper the Van Alta theirhomeon NorthMainstreet. prompted census a search announcement in The information the wedding Ohio,Marion Ohio. On the 1930censusof MarionCounty, for MarionCounty, age was foundthe familyof FredShively of City in the household HenryHecker age 7. On the age 30, son Robertage 11 and son Richard 32, wife Margaret is listedthe familyof Fred 1920censusof MarionCounty,Ohio, MarionCity age 11 months. ln this age Shivefyage22,wife Marguerite 20 and son Robert A identified a brother-in-law. as is household listedHenryHeckerage 19, and search of the 1910 census recordsfor Fred Shivelyand his parentswas was Ohio,Masontownship County, on Located the 1910Lawrence successful. age Shively age 38, wifeAnnieage 40, son Freddie listedthe familyof Monroe age age 4 and son Steward Enosage 9, son Emeryage 6, son Wallace 10,son Lawrence County, 1 year and 11 months. From the censusrecordsof 1900 born March1872,wife Annie MonroeShively is Ohio,Masontownship located priorto August1899. A coupleof entries bornAugust1871and son Fredborn born this familyis the familyof Levi Shivelyborn March 1845,wife Rebecca son son AliceM bornMarch1874, AlzobornJune1876, 1844, daughter October 1881,son Ora born1883and bornFebruary son William FredbornMarch1879, of verifythe lineage thisfamilylocated 1887. To further son OliverbornOctober County,Ohio, Masontownshipis the family of Levi on the 1880 Lawrence age 35, son Alonzoage 10, son Monroeage 8, age 35, wife Rebecca Shively age 1 and father-in-law Alice age 6, son Alzo age 4, son Frederic daughter Wallace age77. Preston obituarythe following and yellowednewspaper From an unidentified information can be learnedabout Levi Shively: Levi Shivelywas born in age Ohio,March 1845anddiedJan.23,1912, 66 years, 30, county, Cofumbiana movedto Galliacountywhen he was two 9 monthsand 23 days. His parents
yearsold he enlisted Company 12th in L, yearsof age. Whenhe was eighteen and servedtwo yearsand one month. He was married cavalry, Ohiovolunteer all Wallace.To this unionwere born9 children, of March2, 1868,to Rebecca Alzo and an infantchild deceased. In 1868 he whom survivehim, except untilhisdeath. wherehe resided nearWilgus, county removed Lawrence to and a firm believerin all Mr. Shivelywas a man of strongcharacter in His to of doctrines right.Thishe sought instill the mindsof his children. advice did them to to them was ever of good and right,and especially he encourage in workandall public institutions good. for earnestness church was of longduration.For six yearshe was unableto do any His illness to was work,but for the lasttwo monthshe was confined his bed. His suffering yet and he longand severe, he boreit all withpatience, duringhis sickness gave faith. of evidence the hopehe had in christian children:Alonzo, He leavesto mournhis loss a wife and the following Ora and Oliverall of Wilgus, besides following the Monroe, Alice,Fred,William, and sister; DavidShively Alice,O., Mrs. EmilyCoy of Vinton,Ohio, of brothers of Ohio,andAndrew Shively Baltimore, of Ohio. Mrs.MaryClark, Columbus, AVAILABLE- The Winter2010, NEWS OF NEW RECORDS GENEALOGY Volume XXXI, No. 04 issue of the "Show Me" State Genealogical News, Association, had the following Newsletter the MissouriState Genealogical of genealogy news: NewNARAOrdering Option 2010- Washington, Archivesand Records 3 November DC. The National (NARA)has expanded formatsavailable members the Administration the to of public fromits holdings. whowishto purchase copies records of for records, landfiles,military Copyoptions immigration naturalization and courtrecords, WorldWar I draft registration serviceand pensionrecords, cards, NativeAmericanrecords, censuspages,and many other archival documents now include possibility purchasing digitized the of version.The per-image a fee papercopies. In addition, for digitalcopiesis the sameas the per-page for fee NARAnow offersdigitized duplication its microfilm of holdings, an increased at per rollrate. The digital copies that result fromthis newservice delivered are via CD or DVD,depending uponfile size. ln mostcases, filesare provided a the in ( Portable Format pdf) Document To ordercopiesof NARA'sholdings including copiesnow available in form- useanyone of the following digital methods: Visit National Archives online ordering system: the g https//ese : rvices. ives. ov/ord Iine/. arch eron At Footnote.com War of 1812pension the filesare starting be digitized. to The process has just begun and at present there are only a few records available. When the recordsare completed this will be a wonderfulnew resourceof information the Shivelyresearchers for who may have had an ancestor for a War of 1812pension. file
CEDARCOUNTY, NEBRASKA SHIVELY LAUREL, OF BURDETTE SAMUEL can be a great source of genealogyinformation. An The old newspapers was recorded the fami$ of AlbertShivelyand wife for interesting articleof history CedarCounty, Nebraska.lt musthavebeenof great Dorawho livedin Laurel, whentheydiscovered theirson,SamuelBurdefte Shively, concern the parents to repodswhichrecorded incident. the was missing.Following the newspaper are July Page7, Column World-Herald, Omaha, NE,Saturday, 11, 1914, 5: Evening Disappearance BoyArouses Of \Mole County Mysteriously Missing Burdette, 19-Year-Old of Mr.and Mrs.BertShively, Son in on Hundreds foot and in Autos\NithBoy ScoutsScourthe Country Vein. to SpecialDispatch the World-Herald. the Hartington, Neb.,July 10 - A youngman answering description Burdette of youngmanwho disappeared his homenearLaurel from the July4, was Shively, of seennearCrofton, twentymilesnorthwest here. Theyoungmanwas inquiring party. is for workon a farm. Investigation beingmadeto leamif he is the missing for One hundred dollarsrewardis offeredby the lad'sfather,BertShively, his son'srecovery. Young Shively,in companywith many others, came to this city to the to this city celebrate Fourthand remained retumon the nightfreight,leaving themhis brother, was seen he at about1 o'clock.\Mthotheryoungmen,among at the station platform before the train pulled out, but after that no one remembers seeing him. His parentsbecamealarmedas he is very much attachedto his home. parties was heardfromhim,searching numbering Monday, nothing nearly100 as tracksfrom Laurelto men wereformed,who walkedon eachside of the railroad for Coleridge and from Coleridge this city searching traces. lt was fearedhe to might have fallen from the train and crawledinto the grass or brush near the right-of-way havebeenslugged or and thrownfromthe train. Thissearchproved with fruitless. Neighboring townswerefurnished a description him. of He is described follows: Height, feet 8 inches; as weight,135 pounds, 5 straight darkbrownhair,hazeleyes,smoothshaven, tanned, shoulders sloping, walks very erect with head thrownwell back;wore blue serge suit, name and creasesewn in trouser, addressattachedin insidepocketof coat, permanent whitesoft shirtwith narrowstripe,oxfordshoesand graychecked summer cap. A largenumberof autosfromthis city, Laureland Coleridge vicinitywere for out looking tracesof the boy. The boy scoutspatrolof twentyscoutswentout to join in the search. TheWorld-Herald, Omaha, Saturday, 18,1914, NE, July Page11,Column 7: YoungShively To Home,Refuses Explain SpecialDispatch the World-Herald. to Laurel, Neb.,July 17 -- Thereis greatrejoicing hereoverthe returnof Burdette play was suspected.Citizens Shively, who disappeared 4tn. Foul the searched pausing sleep for days,his father,BertShively, prosperous a farmer,scarcely to young man is 19 and of the highestreputation. He was finally or eat. The
locatednear Gayville,S.D. He declinesto say why he causedhis friendsso in muchworry, but insiststhere was nothingwrong at home. He is prominent mysterious Sundayschool. His churchwork and a teacherin the Presbyterian causedthe greatest everyknownto this community. disappearance sensation The family of Albert Shively and wife Dora are found on the 1910 Precinct 21. Listedin the familyare AlbertB censusin CedarCounty, Nebraska The and age Shively, 39, bornin Michigan wife DoraH, age 39,bornin Michigan. listedas born in Nebraska: Samuel, son age 14; son wereall following children Grace,age 8; son, Clarence, 6; age Bert,age 12; son Elmer,age 10; daughter Olive,age4; and son \Mlliam, age 2. Albertand son Clyde,age 6; daughter in in Doracontinue reside CedarCounty 1920and 1930. to of Laurel, Severalmembers the familyare buriedin the LaurelCemetery, There is one largefamilystone with the surnameShively NE, Cedar County. which is surounded by the smallerstone with the name of the deceasedand year of birth and year of death. Buriedin the family plot are: Albert Shively 1870-1931, Dora Shively1871-1949, Samuel1895-1953, Bert Dewey3-SepClarence 1903-1967, Clarence and 1897died 11-May-1918, Elmer1899-1963, Also buriedare the following 1903-1972. spouses:EdnaA Shively1896-1978, LuellaM Shively1905-2001, of Clyde;EthelM 1902-1986 wife wife of Samuel; 1909-1992 of \Mlliam. wife wifeof Clarence; Florence Shively and O. in Further researchof the newspapers Cedar County might produce obituaries thesefamilymembers.Thereis a newspaper is published for that in Laurel,Nebraska the nameof the LaurelAdvocate. \Mth only the datesof by deathfor the familymembersit is a little more difficultto locatethe obituaries. publisha reviewof the year including Manyof the small newspapers thosewho have passed. lt would be fortunate those researching Shivelyfamily if for this thiswas the casefor the LaurelAdvocate. NEWS OF NEW RECORDS GENEALOGY AVAILABLE- The Winter2010, "Show Me" State Genealogical Volume XXXI, No. 04 issue of the News, Newsletter the MissouriState Genealogical of Association, had the following genealogy news: AlienFilesFindNewHomeAt NARA-KC Kanas City, (MO). For the first time, more than 300,000case files on alien residents the UnitedStateswho were born 1909and priorare now opento the of publicat the National Archives KansasCity. Thesefiles, knownas "Alien at Files" (commonlyreferredto as "A-Files")were transferredto the National from the U.S. Citizenship Archives and lmmigration Service(USCIS)and are only a small part of the millionsof case files that will eventually transferred be andopened the public. to "The A-filesare a key to unlocking fascinating the storiesof millionsof peoplewho traveled the UnitedStatesin searchof opportunity, to including my own grandfather," said Archivistof the UnitedStatesDavidS. Ferriero. "They include informationsuch as photographs,personal correspondence, birth
certificates, health records, interview transcripts, visas, applications and other both legaland illegal. The snapshotof alien residents, on information all non-naturalized American life that develops from each file can, in some cases, serve as a one-stopshoppingfor researchers." The lmmigration and NaturalizationService (lNS), the predecessoragency of numbersin 1940,and on April 1,1944, USCIS,began issuingaliensAlien Registration began using this number to create the A-Files. A-Files document the famous, the and are an historicaland genealogical infamous,the anonymousand the well-known, goldmine. These files contain an abundance of relatively modern immigration information. in documents one file, makingthem a rich sourceof biographical A-Files are eligible for transfer to the National Archives when 100 years have passed since the birth date of the subject on file. These transfers to the National Archivesensure that these recordswill be saved and made availableto the public. The National Archives at Kansas City will maintain A-Files from all USCIS district offices except San Francisco,Honolulu,Reno, and Guam. These files will be housed at the National Archives at San Francisco because of the significantresearch use of related files there. Files to be housed at the NationalArchivesat San Franciscoare immigration currentlybeing preparedfor transfer. A-Files may be viewed in person by appointment at the National Archives at Kansas City for copies of files may be ordered for a fee. For additionalinformationon http:/lwww.archives.gov/research/genealogy/aliens/a-filesrequesting A-Files, visit: kansas-city.html QUERIES - Free to anyone interestedin the Shively family research. Please give as dates and localities. lf you do not get a reply, much informationas possible,particularly your queryagainat a laterdate. submit SHIVELY CEMETERY !N HENRY COUNTY, INDIANA? AND ANNUAL SHIVELY IN REUNION PENNSYLVANIA One of our Shively researchers,Carol Price, sent the following letter asking for the help locatinga Shivelycemeteryin HenryCounty,Indianaand informing researchers in UnionCounty,Pennsylvania. The letterreads"Can you of an annualShivelyreunion tell me where the ShivelyCemeteryis at New Castle,HenryCounty,Indiana? There is a barn that has Shivelyon it near the cemetery. lt is on Route 38. lwould also like to share news with you. Gary Shivelywrote me to tell me there is a Shively museum. lt is in Union County, Pennsylvanialocated northwest of Harrisburgand south of Williamsport,PA. lt is in the general area where the Shively familywas located. There is an annualreunionin the area of the Shivelymuseum. lt is the held in Augustevery year. For more information contactis Brian Shively,1085 Cold 17845-9115. PA Run Road,Millmont, I would like to exchange informationwith other Shively researchersworking on the Sherman Shively family who lived in Sidell, VermilionCounty, lllinois. He is my grandfatherand his wife was Frances Susan Burnsworth. I am interestedin locating the Shivelycemeteryto see if any of my family might be buriedthere.' OH Road,Delaware, 43015 Carol Price,2712Warrensburg The success of the SHIVELY NEWSLETTERis directly due to the participationof the subscribers. Without your interest and input, nothing would have been accomplished. The NEWSLETTERis publishedquarterly. To subscribe,send $8.00 for one year. Pleasemake checkspayableto LarryShively.
WESTVIRGINIA ThCfOIIOWiNg OHIOCOUNTY, WHEELING, FROM HOGESHIVELY newspaperobituary was extractedfrom the Wheeling Register,\Mteeling, \ /V' 3: Page5, Column April Thursday, 29, 1897, HOGESHIVELY on at Morning, His Residence the lsland Yesterday at He Expired Six O'Clock job department the West Virginia Printing of Hoge Shively,foreman of the printers the city,diedat his of ind one of the bestand mostwidelyesteemed Company years. The cause of death was Bright's residenceat six o'clock aged thirty-nine itselfat This dreaddiseasehad manifested othercomplications. with possibly disease, a periodsduring recent years but none of Mr. Shively'sfriends anticipated several death. He leftthisofficefor his home,ill,on resultuntilbut a few daysbeforehis serious and attention, last to aftera weekof restand medical inst,but appeared improve the 1Sth illnessalmost Saturdayhe came over to the city, althoughfar from being well. His sank Mr. turn, and from last Saturday Shivelysteadily took a moreserious immediately morning. untildeathcameyesterday Ohio, and was a son of Danieland was a native of Cambridge, Deceased years ago, aboutten years Shively. He came to this city nearlytwenty-five Hannah parents moved here. At the age of sixteen he learnedthe trade of before his havingfilled a numberof and has since followedthe printingbusiness, compositor, He was one of the most valued positions with the utmostsatisfaction. responsible threestep UnionNo.70. He leavesa wife andtwo children, of members Typographical him. The brothers survive to and a sister,in addition his parents, four brothers children, and his sister is the are Henry,John,Grantand Abraham, half-brother WilliamCorbett, placeSunday afternoon. lda Hanson. Thefuneralwilltake is Mrs.
Shively Newsletter Lsrry W.Shively P.O.Box 1462 Hines, IL 60141-1162
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