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THE SHIVELY NEWSLETTER Issue No. 113 November 2017 Henry Rice Shively And Thrisie Margaret Thompson From Taylor County, KY To Shelby County, MO Henry Rice Shively was born 18-Mar-1874 while the family was briefly in Kansas and died 11-Nov-1958 in Shelby County, MO. Henry was the son of Robert W. Shively who was born 8-Jan-1826 in Taylor County, KY died 18-Aug-1903 in Charleston, Mississippi County, MO and Rosalie “Rosella” M. Rice born 11-Mar-1834 in Taylor County, KY died 18-Dec-1897 Charleston, Mississippi County, MO. Robert W. Shively was the son of John B. Shively born 14-Jul-1804 in Green County, KY died 12- ‘Aug-1864 in Taylor County, KY and Sarah Heaverin born ca. 1812 in Kentucky died in Taylor County, KY. John B. Shively was the son of John Shively and Susannah Hayden. Henry Rice Shively married Thrisie Margaret "Maggie" Thompson Shively who was the daughter of John Barton Thompson and Mary "Molly" E. Wise. Maggie was born 27-Feb-1876 in Kentucky and died 2-Nov-1929 in Shelby County, MO. Thrisie married Henry Rice Shively in Shelby County, MO on 4-Apr-1899 in Shelby County, MO (Shelby County Marriage Book 5, Page 23). Listed on the 1880 Mannsville District, Taylor County, KY is the household of Robert Shiviey age 54, wife Rosealli age 46, son David age 19, Samuell age 15, daughter Margret age 10, daughter Rosialli age 8, and son Henry age 6. Listed on the New Market District, Marion County, KY is the household of J. B. Thompson age 24, wife Mary age 25, daughter Margret age 4, daughter Sarah age 2, son John age 5 months. Located on the 1900 Jackson Township, Shelby County, MO census is Henry R. Shivley born March-1874 age 26 and wife Thrise M. born February-1876 age 24. On the 1910 Jackson Township, Shelby County, MO census is the household of Henry Shively age 36, wife Maggie age 34, daughter Elsie age 9, son Wesley age 8, son Herschel age 4, and son Shelby age 4 months. On the 1920 Jackson Township, Shelby County, MO census is the household of Henry Shiveley age 45, wife Margret age 43, son Wesley B. age 17, son Hershel T. age 15, son Shelby O. age 10, son Vincil E. age 7, and daughter Mary R. age 5. Additional information on the children of Henry Rice Shively and Thrisie Margaret Thompson include: Elsie M. Shively born 1900 died 2-Dec-1900 Shelby County, MO; Wesley Barton Shively born 3-Jul-1902 died 8-Aug-1986 married 1st Marie Viola Bush married 2nd Mildred Amanda McCue Gorby; Herschel Thomas Shively born 27- Aug-1905 died 11-Mar-1980 married Bernice Cochrane; Shelby Owen Shively born 3- Dec-1909 died 14-Oct-2006 married Sylvia Matilda Smith; Vincil Elbert born 12- Jun-1912 died 28-Nov-2004 married Vera Marie Rubinson; Mary Rose Shively born 23- Nov-1914 died 24-Feb-2009 married Fred Gerald Luke. Newspapers.com has the old newspapers from the Hunnewell Graphic (Hunnewell, Missouri). Hunnewell is a small town with a census of 184 from the 2010 census. It is located in a rural area in Shelby County, Missouri which is in the Northeast section of Missouri. Extracted from The Hunnewell Graphic, Hunnewell, Missouri, Thursday, November 7, 1929, Page 1 Death Of Mrs. Henry R. Shively Mrs. Henry R. Shively, one of the splendid residents of this community, died at her home near Lakenan, Saturday morning at 1:25 o'clock, after an illness of several months of cancer from which she was a great sufferer. Thirsie M. Thompson was born at Lebanon, Kentucky, February 27, 1876 and was 53 years, 9 months and 5 days old. She was united in marriage to Henry R. Shively in 1899, and to this union there were born six children, Elsie, Wesley, Hershal, Shelby, Vincil and Mary Rose, the oldest daughter, Elsie, died in 1910. Mrs. Shively and family lived in the Union Chapel vicinity, where they lived until several years ago when they moved to a farm near Lakenan. ‘She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband and five children, one grandchild, her aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thompson of Lebanon, Kentucky and two brothers in Kentucky and one brother, Thos. Thompson of Neponsit, I, and one sister, Mrs. J. P. Maupin, of Bradford, II, the latter two being here to attend the funeral. Mrs. Shively was a loving and devoted wife and mother, ever doing something for the happiness and comfort of her family, a kind and sincere neighbor and friend, and one who lived her christianity every day of her life, hers was life of service to her fellowman, and she has left to her family a priceless heritage, and her memory will linger long in the hearts of those who knew and loved her. Funeral services were held from St. John's Catholic Church in this city at 9:30 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Fr. Grace, of Shelbina, to a large concourse of relatives and friends and burial was in the Catholic cemetery. (Submitted by Fred “Joe” Luke) The following newspaper obituary for Elise M. Shively was located in the Hunnewell Graphic, Friday, December 9, 1910, Page 1, Column 6: Death Of Elsie Shively Elsie May Shively, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shively died at their home near Union Chapel last Friday night after a long and lingering illness of typhoid-pneumonia. Elise, was about eleven years old and the only daughter of her parents, she was a bright and sweet little girl, a loving daughter and the pride of her parents. She suffered many weeks, and all that medical aid could do was done for her relief and that she might live, but the disease had too strong a hold on her. Funeral services were held at the Catholic church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and her remains were laid to their final resting place in the Catholic cemetery. The pall-bearers were four little girls dressed in white, and all school mates of Elsie they were Jewell and Lillian Hawker, Gladys Mayes and Eula Walden. She leaves to mourn her death a grief stricken father and mother and three brothers. To the sorrowing ones is extended the sympathy of the ‘community in their sorrow. Information from the daily life of Henry Rice Shively and family were found in the newspapers. Following are a few of the articles extracted: Hunnewell Graphic, Friday, October 9, 1902, Page 8, Column 2 ‘Wm. Mayes sold his 80 acre farm near Prairie View church last week to Henry Shively, consideration $1600. Hunnewell Graphic, Friday, May 13, 1904, Page 8, Column 3 S. P. Shively, of Peru, Kansas, who has been the guest of his brother H. R. Shively, of Prairie View neighborhood, left Tuesday for a visit with relatives in Kentucky. Hunnewell Graphic, Friday, August 26, 1904, Page 8, Column 3 Mrs. J. B. Thompson and son George, who have been the guests of H. R. Shively and family of north of town, left Monday for their home at Lebanon, Kentucky. Hunnewell Graphic, Friday, October 29, 1909, Page 8, Column 3 James Walden, of Pettis county has purchased 80 acres of land east of Prairie View church and expects to move back to this county about December. He purchased 40 acres from George Perry and the Jake Salmon 40 acres from H. R. Shively, consideration $70 per acre. Hunnewell Graphic, Friday, November 19, 1909, Page 1, Column 1 Harry Lookabaugh sold his 80 acre farm near Union Chapel church last Saturday to H. R. Shively of north of town. Mr. Lookabaugh is undecided as to what he will do. Hunnewell Graphic, Friday, May 28, 1915, Page 2, Column 1 H.R. Shively, of near Union Chapel, was in town Tuesday and made us a pleasant call. He ordered the Graphic sent to his sister, Mrs. S. M. Wise at Wyatt, Mo, and his father- in-law, J. B. Thompson at Lebanon, Kentucky. Hunnewell Graphic, Friday, October 4, 1918, Page 1, Column 2 Mrs. H. R. Shively and children have returned to their home, north of town from a several weeks visit at Mrs. Shively's old home at Lebanon, Ky. CLAUDE HOUSTON SHIVELY WHO LIVED IN IOWA, FLORIDA, CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA - Help has been requested by a Shively researcher. If anyone can help find when and where Claude Houston Shively died please share with the Shively researchers. The following information was found for this genealogy search Claude Houston Shively was born on 19-Feb-1876 in lowa, the son of Joseph H. Shively and his second wife, Elnora E. Simpson. His grandparents were John B. Shively and Sarah Heaverin from Taylor County, Kentucky. Claude Houston Shively had one sister Helen A. Shively who married Albertus Lafferty. He had three half sisters; Corda Mae Shively who married David Barton Penniman, Gertrude Shively who married Lowell H. Jones and Alma D. Shively who died young. They were the daughters of Joseph H Shively and his first wife, Nancy Elizabeth Shipp. Claude is listed in the household of his parents on the 1880 Town of Shelby, Shelby County, lowa census as Joseph H. Shively, age 35, postmaster, wife Elnora E. age 25 and son Claude H. age 3. Listed in the 1900 20th Precinct, City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida census Claud Shively is a boarder, age 24 and working in a box factory. The 1907 newspaper obituary for his half sister, Corda Mae Shively Penniman lists that Claude is living in Santa Monica, CA. Listed on the 1910 Yavapai County, Arizona census Claude H. is a roomer, age 32 and a farm laborer. Listed on the 1920 Florence City, Pinal County, Arizona census Claude is a roomer, age 43 and a carpenter. On the 1930 Parker Precinct, Yuma County, Arizona Claud H. is age 53 and a building foreman. Claude H. Shively could not be found on a 1940 census record The following newspaper article was extracted from The Tampa Tribune, Tampa, Florida, Tuesday, November 4, 1902, Page 1, Column 5: Symmes Victim Of Accidental Shot Popular Merchant Instantly Killed While Hunting Sunday - His Bookkeeper Stumbled And Gun Was Discharged - Deplorable Tragedy Resulted C. H. Symmes, of the Symmes’ Hardware Company, one of Tampas leading merchants, was accidentally shot and instantly killed Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, while with a camping party thirteen miles north of the city. A heavy charge of shot from the gun of C. H. Shively, the bookkeeper of the Symmes business, entered the body of the unfortunate man near the left shoulder, penetrating his heart. The camping party, which was marred by the sad tragedy, left the city early Sunday morning to hunt game. In the party were Isaac Maas, Chas. A. McKay, James West, C. H. Shively and Mr. Symmes. While endeavoring to get a shot at a squirrel, Mr. Shively's foot caught in a bush, and he fell. Just as he fell his gun was discharged, and Mr. Symmes, who was walking about six feet in advance of his bookkeeper, received the entire load, falling instantly dead. Brought To The City The body was brought to the city and placed at the undertaking establishment of Undertaker Reed. Mr Shively, who was prostrated with grief, was given medical attention, and Messrs McKay and Maas went to the home of the deceased and broke the sad news to Mrs. Symmes, who sorrow was pitiful to behold. The funeral will occur this morning at 9:30, from the residence, comer of Sixth avenue and Morgan street. Rev. J. G. Anderson, of the First Presbyterian church, will conduct the service. Hillsborough Lodge of Masons, of which the deceased was a prominent member, will officiate at the grave, in Oaklawn cemetery. Deeply Deplored The deplorable tragedy has caused universal expressions of regret, and Mr. Shively, who had been one of Mr. Symmes’ closest friends, is grief-stricken almost to the verge of madness. Mr. Symmes leaves a wife and little daughter. He was the son of Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Symmes, of Peru, one of the most prominent families of Florida. Three brothers survive im. His mother arrived yesterday morning, and Dr. Symmes, the father, arrived last night. The following article was found in The Tampa Tribune, Tampa, Florida, Wednesday, January 21, 1903, Page 2, Column 1: ‘Are Not Married Reports Having Been Circulated That Mrs. Symmes And Man Who Accidentally Killed Her Husband Had Married, Tribune Obtains Positive Denial Tribune Bureau, 1411 Seventh Avenue, Tuesday There has seldom, in the history of Tampa been a tragedy that has caused more widespread regret than the accidental shooting of G. H. Symmes by his confidential clerk and close personal friend, Claude H. Shively. Both parties well-known if Tampa and throughout South Florida, and have numerous friends, who were shocked at the occurrence of this deplorable accident. For some time previous to the tragedy, Mr. Shively had been closely connected with Mr. Symmes in the capacity of a confidential employe. He entered into the closest confidence of his chief, and on all occasions proved that confidence had not been misplaced. Never, in any business house in the city was to be found an employe more devoted to the interests of his employer, and Mr. Shively occupied the position more of a younger relative than of an employe. Since the occurrence of the deplorable accident, Mr. Shively has continued to conduct the business of the Symmes Hardware Company, and has discharged every duty incumbent upon him in the management of its affairs with the same faithfulness and care that previously characterized his every effort. That the position and surroundings were anything but congenial, can be surmised, but Mr. Shively has manfully continued to use his best efforts to continue the business to the best interests of the widow and her children, The fact that Mr. Shively continued as the nominal head of the Symmes Hardware Company, has occasioned at times some little comment and surprise. Latterly, rumors have been extant to the effect the Mr. Shively and Mrs. Mattie H. Symmes, the widow of the dead man, had been married. The records of the county judge were searched for the record of a marriage license having been issued for the parties named, but without avail. For a time, this satisfied Public gossip, but latterly the statement had been circulated that they had gone to another county, and had there been married. NORMAN (NORBORN) T. SIGMON (SIGMAN) AND WIFE SARAH SHIVELY WHO LIVED IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, VA - The Shively families doing research on Daniel and Catharine Shively in Franklin County, Virginia are looking for any information on daughter, Sarah Shively. Documentation that lists the maiden name of Sarah's mother, Catharine, is desired. What is known is that Sarah Shively married Norborn T. Sigmon in Franklin County, Virginia on 19-Jul-1855. Norborn was the son of Joseph Sigmon and Elizabeth Willis. In the records the first name Norborn is also listed as Norman and the surname Sigmon is enterchanged with Sigman. Catherine Shively is listed on the 1880 Long Branch District, Franklin County, VA census as mother in law, Catharine, age 82 in the household of Norman Sigmon age 48, wife Sally age 46, daughter Catharine age 21, daughter Julia age 19, daughter ‘Sarah age 17, son Robert age 14, son Walker age 12, son John age 10, son Joseph age 8 and son George age 2. From the VA death certificate Norborn Toliver Sigmon was born 14-June-1831 in Franklin County and died 28-January-1916 in Franklin County. He was the son of Joseph Sigmon and Elizabeth Willis. From records Sarah Shively Sigmon was born 7-June-1833 and died 29-July-1908. If any one would have copies of the death obituaries from the Danville (VA) Bee the feasearchers would appreciate a copy. Norman T. ‘Sigman served on the side of the Confederate Army in Company G, 37 Battalion, Virginia Cavalry and in 1901 did apply for a war pension. Limited information on the children of Norman T. Sigmon and Sarah Shively include: Elizabeth Sophronia "Sallie" Sigmon born 25-Jun-1856 died 7- Mar-1909 Rocky Mount, Franklin County, VA married James M. Wade; Catherine (Catharine) Sigmon born 2-Sep-1858 died 23-May-1936 married Joseph H Blalock; Julia A. Sigmon married Lee Willis on 22- Deo-1892 in Franklin County; Sarah Frances Sigmon died 2-Feb-1941 in Roanoke County, VA married 23- Feb-1888 in Franklin County to James R. Willis; Robert Sigmon married 24-Apr-1894 in Franklin County to Minnie C. Slone; Walker C. Sigmon born 29- Dec-1868 died 16-Apr-1949 in Caswell County, NC married 7-Jan-1892 Elizabeth A. Ferguson; John T. Sigmon died 3-Jan-1946 in Caswell County, NC; Joseph Peter Sigmon born 16-Dec-1874 died 22-Apr-1947 in Franklin County, VA married 24- ‘Sep-1896 in Franklin County to Mary C. Ferguson; and George E. Sigmon born 15- Sep-1877 died 9-Sep-1895. GEORGE C. SMOOT AND WIFE SUSAN SHIVELY WHO LIVED IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, KY - Susan Shively was born ca. 1834 in Jefferson County, KY and may have died in 1873. She was the daughter of William Shively and Nancy Erickson (Earickson). ‘Susan was a brother to Norborn E. Shively who is also featured in this issue of the Shively Newsletter. Susan married George C. Smoot who was born 6-Sep-1833 and died 28-Jan- 1917. George Smoot was the son of Philip Barton Smoot and his first wife Mary Elizabeth King. The Shively and Smoot families were neighbors in early Louisville. Note that on the death certificate for George C. Smoot that his mother is listed as Susan Shively. This was his wife and not his mother. Children of George C. Smoot and Susan Shively include William M. born 16-Nov- 1864 died 22-Apr-1916, Philip B. born 20-Apr-1865 died 16-Sep-1923, John K. born 1867 and died 20-Nov-1951, Nannie born 1870, Mary B. born 9-Aug-1871 died 30-Mar-1943, and Emma born 31-Oct-1873 died 22-Jan-1897. The following information was found in The Courier-Journal, Louisvil Friday, July 5, 1912, Page 10, Column 3: ‘Aged Man Hurt When Platform Gives Way George Smoot, 78 Years Old, Seriously Injured, But No Bones Are Broken George Smoot, aged 78, a farmer, was seriously injured at 9 o'clock last Wednesday night when the stairway of his residence in Pleasure Ridge Park gave way, carrying Smoot, who was standing on the landing at the time, with it. Smoot fell fourteen feet and was rendered unconscious by the fall. Relatives inside the residence heard the crash of the falling stairway, and upon investigating saw the old man lying unconscious on the ground. He was carried inside and a physician was called to attend him. Although no bones are broken, Mr. Smoot may be internally injured. The stairway runs along the outside of the residence, and leads to a small doorway. The platform at the top, on which Mr. Smoot was standing, was weak and gave way from his weight. After being taken into his home he was unconscious for about three hours. , Kentucky, Located in The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky, Monday, January 29, 1917, Page 6, Column 7: George Smoot, Shively's Oldest Resident, Dies George C. Smoot, the oldest resident of Shively, Ky., and one of the best known farmers of Jefferson county, who was taken ill ast Sunday while on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Frank Ashby, 1212 South Fifteenth street, died shortly before 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon of pneumonia at the city hospital. Mr. Smoot was the father of Philip Smoot, police chauffeur at Central Police Station. The funeral will be held at 9 o'clock to-morrow from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Ashby, with burial in the old Smoot burying ground near Shively, Ky. Mr. Smoot was born near Shively eighty-four years ago and had lived in that section all of his life. He was a blacksmith and farmer, having retired a few years ago. His wife was the daughter of the late Col. Shively, after whom the town was named and whose home place adjoined that of the Smoots. Mr. Smoot was a lifelong Democrat. He is survived by two sons, Philip and John K. Smoot, of this city, and his daughter, Mrs. Ashby. GEORGE W. SHIVELY (SHIVELEY), 1° WIFE SARAH A. GIBSON AND 2"° WIFE ELIZA JANE ARBUCKLE WHO LIVED IN BEAVER COUNTY, PA - George W. Shiveley was born ca 1837 and died 27-Feb-1892 in Beaver County, PA. He married 1st Sarah A. Gibson who was bom ca. 1842 and died in 1872. George married 2nd Eliza Jane who was born ca. 1837 and died 21-Sep-1902 in Beaver County, PA. George Shiveley and Sarah Gibson had at least the following children: 1) John B. born 10-May-1866 and died 5-Jul-1940, 2) William born 1869 and died 15- Jan-1927 and 3) George born 1871. George Shively and Eliza Jane Arbuckle had at least the following children: 1) James Arbuckle born 3-Jun-1873 and died 8-Jan-1957, 3) Marmer or Marion born 1878, and Lawrence bom 16-Sep-1881 and died 5-Apr-1881. Living in the household of George and Eliza Shiveley on the census records is Oliver Shiveley born 13-May-1875 and died 4-Jul-1963. On his death certificate his parents are listed as George W. Shiveley and Sarah Ecoff. George Shiveley enlisted on 8-Jul-1861 at Granville, Tippecanoe County, IN in the 19 Indiana Infantry and was discharged on 4-Apr-1862 with a disability listed as asthma. He enlisted on 25-Aug-1862 at Pavonia, Richland County, OH in the 7 Ohio Infantry and was discharged on 12-Jan-1863 on a disability. On the 1860 Huntington County, IN census is George Shiveley age 21 and a brick maker. On the 1870 Bridgewater Borough, Beaver County, PA is the household of George Shiveley age 29, wife Sarah age 27, son John B age 4 and son William age 2. George Is listed as a brick moulder. On the 1880 Beaver County, PA census is the household of George Shivelay age 42 a brick moulder, wife Eliza J age 40, son John age 14, son William age 11, son George age 9, son James age 7, son Oliver age 5 and son Mariner age 2. Listed on the 1900 Bridgewater Borough, Beaver County, PA census is the household of Eliza Jane Shiveley born Jul-1839, son Oliver born May-1876 and son Lawrence bom Sep-1881. ‘Many thanks of appreciation are given to the staff at the Beaver County Historical Society for assisting in finding the Beaver County obituaries for this research. Eliza Jane Shively left a will which was probated in Beaver County on 1-Oct-1902. The following newspaper obituary for Eliza Jane Arbuckle Shiveley is as follows: (From Thursdays Daily) Mrs. Eliza Jane Shively Mrs. Eliza Jane Shively, widow of the late George W. Shively, of Bridgewater, died at her home in Mulberry street, Wednesday Sept. 21, 1902 at 1 p.m. in her 65th year. Mrs. Shively had resided in Bridgewater most of her life. She was a daughter of James Arbuckle. She was a member of the First M. E., and is survived by her sons, James, Oliver, Lawrence and Marmer and step-sons, John, George and William. Two sisters, Mrs. Hartley resides in Idaha and Mrs. Mericher in California. Funeral services will be conducted at the First M.E. church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Beaver cemetery. The following obituary was found for Oliver Shiveley, Sr: Oliver Shiveley, Sr. Oliver Shiveley, Sr. of 314 Fifth St., Beaver, died unexpectedly Thursday morning in his home of a heart attack. He was born May 13, 1876 in West Bridgewater, a son of the late George and Sara Ecoff Shiveley, and was a resident of Beaver for 43 years. Mr. Shively was a retired employe of the Kidd Drawn Steel Division of H. K. Porter Company in West Aliquippa He was also a member of the First Methodist Church of West Bridgewater. Surviving are his wife, Meiva Atkins Shively; two sons, Oliver H. Jr and DuWayne C. Shiveley, both of Beaver; and three grandchildren. Friends will be received in the J. T. Anderson, Jr. Funeral Home, 205 College Ave., Beaver this evening from 7 to 9 and Saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Extracted from the Beaver County, PA newspapers is the following: Bridgewater's Oldest Resident Dies, Was Prominent In Community Affairs James Arbuckle Shiveley, 83, 599 Market street, Bridgewater, who had the distinction of being Bridgewater's oldest resident to have been born there and never left, died this morning in Beaver Valley hospital after a short illness, i A.son of the late George and Eliza Jane Shiveley, he was born June 3, 1873, and retired three years ago after working for the Keystone Bakery for 53 years. Secretary of the Bridgewater school board for 34 years, Mr. Shiveley, was a member of the Methodist church there, its official board and served as president of the Beaver Valley Holiness association for nine years. Survivors are a daughter, Miss Blanche Shiveley, at home, and two brothers, Oliver, of Beaver, and Marion, of East Liverpool. His wife, Mrs. Ida Masters Shiveley, died in 1948. Friends will be received at the residence after 7:30 o'clock tonight. JOHN S. SHIVELY AND WIFE, BARBARA METZGER, WHO LIVED IN CLINTON COUNTY, INDIANA - John S. Shively was born on 17-Apr-1836 and died 10-May-1929 in Ross Township, Clinton County, IN. He was buried in Old Order Cemetery near Rossville, IN. John was married to Barbara Metzger who was born ca. 1838 and died 4-Nov-1899. Listed on the 1860 Ross Township, Clinton County, IN census is the household of John Shively age 25, wife Barbara age 22, and daughter Susanna age 1. On the 1870 Ross Township, Clinton County, IN census is the household of John S. Shively age 34, wife Barbary age 33, daughter Susanah age 11, and daughter Mary age 4. Located on the 1880 Ross Township, Clinton County, IN census is the household of John S. Shively age 44, wife Barbara age 42, daughter Mary age 16 and uncle John H. Shively age 8. Found on the 1910 Ross Township, Clinton County, IN census is the household of Aaron B. Cripe age 55 married 31 years, wife Susannah age 51, daughter Martha age 21 and father-in-law John S. Shively age 73. Located in the Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, Friday, May 10, 1929, Page 14, Column 5 is the following newspaper obituary: Clinton County Patriarch Dead ROSSVILLE, Ind., May 10.~- (Special) -- John S. Shively, 93-year-old Clinton county pioneer, and the oldest male citizen of Ross township, died Friday morning at 8 o'clock at his home southwest of here after an illness of several weeks. Death was due to cancer. Born April 17, 1836, Mr. Shively spent practically all of his life in this vicinity. He was married to Barbara Metzger, who died thirty years ago. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Aaron Cripe, and four grandchildren. Mr. Shively had been an elder in the Old Order German Baptist (Dunkard) church for many years. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday morning at 10 o'clock from the Old Order church southwest of here. The Rev. 0. A. Custer, of North Manchester, will officiate, assisted by the Rev. Uriah F. Brubaker and the Rev. J. W. Skiles, of near Rossville; burial in the cemetery adjoining the church. This article was found in The Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, Indiana, Sunday, May 12, 1929, Page 31, column 8: John S. Shively, 93, Dies Near Rossville ROSSVILLE, Ind., May 11. -- John S, Shively, 93 years old, the oldest male resident of Clinton county, died yesterday near here. He spent all his life in this community. He was an elder in the Old Order German Baptist (urcent Chufch near hete for many years. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow. The Rev. O. A. Custer of North Manchester will officiate. NORBORN E. SHIVELY AND WIFE PARMELIA WILLIAMSON WHO LIVED IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, KY -A Shively researcher is asking for additional help locating when and where Norborn E. Shively might have died, If anyone has additional information please add a comment to this post. Norborn E. Shively was born ca. 1824 in Jefferson County, KY. He was the son of William Shively and Nancy Erickson. Norborn married Parmelia Williamson born ca. 1828 and died 12-Aug1885. She was the daughter of Joseph Williamson and Susan. Listed on the 1860 City of Louisville, 8th Ward, Jefferson County census is the household of Joseph Williamson, his wife and children and Norbin Shively age 35 and a factory hand, wife Permelia age 33 and a seamstress, daughter Blanche age 5 and son John age 2. Listed on the 1870 Shiveleys Precinct, Jefferson County, KY census is the household of N. Shiviey age 45 and a farmer, wife Amelia age 41, daughter Blanche age 15, son John age 12 and son William age 9. Listed on the 1880 Johnsontown Mag District, Jefferson County, KY census is the household of Norbon Shively age 56 and a farmer, wife Parmelia age 51, daughter Blanche age 23 and son John age 21 a farm laborer. The August 1885 Jefferson County, KY Mortuary Records list Parmelia Shively on the August 1885 deaths. Parmelia's sister Ellen D. Williamson Saltmarsh is the entry preceeding Parmelia's entry. Following is the second page which lists the place of burial for Parmelia but cannot be determined by this researcher where this cemetery is located. The following newspaper death was located in The Courier Journal, Louisville, Kentucky, Thursday, August 13, 1885, Page 2, Column 2: Died On A Visit Mrs. Shively, who resided in the county, died at 8 o'clock last night, at the residence of her sister. Mrs. Saltmarsh, who lives on the corer of Twenty-ninth street and Portland avenue. Mrs. Saltmarsh has been suffering from consumption, and her sister came to visit her. A week ago the latter was attacked by acute diarrhea, which resulted in death last night. Night before last Mrs. Shively took too heavy an injection of laudanum, but her physician, Dr. Ray, thinks it had nothing to do with her death, as the injection was not heavy enough to make her lose consciousness. A.will was probated in Jefferson County, KY for Parmelia Williamson Shively's sister, Ellen D. Williamson Saltmarsh. The following was extracted from The Courier Journal, Louisville, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 25, 1885, Page 8, Column 2: Ellen D. Saltmarsh, bequeaths $300 each to her sisters, Elizabeth F. and Emma Williamson; her gold spectacles and watch and $100 to her sister, Margaret Whittingham. She gives her sister, Permalia Shively, $50, and her brother, John Williamson, $100. She gives her household effects to her sisters, Elizabeth and Emma. J. U. Shaffer is appointed executor and instructed to erect a $50 tombstone at her grave. He is also instructed to retain $50 to defray the funeral expenses of her father, Joseph Williamson. From the KY Death Corte it is listed that John Shively, the son of Norborn and Parmelia Shively, was born on 27-May-1858 in Jefferson County, KY. He died 4-Jul- 1941 in the home for aged and infirm in Jefferson County. The daughter of Norborn and Parmelia Shively was Blanche Erickson Shively who was born on 24-Oct-1856 and died 6-Aug-1947 in Jefferson County, KY. She was married to Murray Wilkerson on 27-Dec- 1880 in Jefferson County, KY. MARGARET EVA SMITH WHO LIVED IN OSAWATOMIE, MIAMI COUNTY, KANSAS = In the August issue of the Shively Newsletter it was reported that word was received from a niece of Margaret Smith from Osawatomie, Kansas that she was no longer able to participate or respond to mail regarding the Shively history. Margaret had accumulated much information on her Shively line and she and her sister had published their work. It is with sadness to report the following: Margaret Eva Smith age 98; of Osawatomie, KS died August 24, 2017. She was born August 29, 1918 to Irl R. and Celina E. Shively on the family farm in Osawatomie, KS. She attended Indianapolis Grade School and Oswawatomie High School, where she played cello in the high school orchestra and accompanied the high school glee cub on piano. She attended Ottawa University for one year, before teaching at Fairview, Osage Valley, and Meek Grade Schools. She then went to Kansas University where she graduated June 29, 1944 with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education. She married Leon Ray (Mac) McNeven on June 26, 1946 in California and they were the parents of two children Maureen Lee and Morgan Irl McNeven. Mac was in the Army and was transferred numerous times during the course of their marriage. Upon his retirement from the service, they moved to Michigan where Margaret once again took up her career as a music teacher. Margaret and Mac divorced on November 27, 1961. Margaret married Raymond Earl Smith September 6, 1966, but sadly Raymond died just two months later, on November 22, 1966. Margaret was a long-time member of her college music sorority, Order of the Eastern Star, local historical society, Daughters of the American Revolution and the First Baptist Church of Osawatomie. She loved music and shred it often as accompanist. She also had a real passion for genealogy, and collaborated with her sister, Helen, to write several family histories. They discovered they had 15 patriots in the American Revolution. She became a source of information for distant cousins from all over the United States, and enjoyed an active correspondence with many of them Margaret is preceded in death by her parents, her husband and her two children. She is survived by her sister, Helen Marie Satzier and husband Robert of Sand Springs, OK, formerly of Topeka, KS; niece, Kyra Gail Hamilton and husband Wayne of Sand Springs, OK; niece, Jill Satzler Silbiger of Marietta, GA; nephew, Timonty R. Satzler and wife Nancy of Oklahoma City, OK; three great-nieces; five great-nephews; three great- great nieces; two great-great nephews; and cousins of several generations. QUERIES ~ Free to anyone interested in the Shively family research. Please give as Much information as possible, particularly dates and localities. 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