Jacob Wintrode Shively was born on 8-October-1855 in Huntington County, IN. He was the son of Owen Shively and Mary Wintrode McClure. Jacob was married on 13-March-1877 in Tama County, IA to Betsy Almira Barber.
Located in the Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa, Monday, June 19, 1933, Page 1, Column 2:
Shively Funeral Is Held At Tama
(Courier Special Service) Tama, Ia.--The funeral of Mrs. Jacob W. Shively, 72, a resident of Tama for more than half a century, who died Friday night, was held Sunday afternoon at Harrison funeral home. Rev. W. O. Eckler of the Methodist church officiated. Members of the Rebekah lodge attended the services in a body. Burial was in Oak Hill cemetery.
Surviving her are Mr. Shively, their six children, Mrs. J. R. Haynes, Ayr, N.D.; Mrs. Alice Steininger, Dayton, O; Mrs. Rilla Larson and Mrs. C. W. Schidt, Tama; J. W. Shively, Keokuk; and Delbert Shively, Toledo. She also leaves a sister, Mrs. E. Gibbons, Monroe, Washington; and two brothers, Samuel Barber, Coon Rapids, and John Barber, Tama.
Extracted from an unknown newspaper source dated July 1, 1943:
J. Shively, 87, Died Wednesday, Funeral Services To Be Held Friday
Jacob Shively, 87, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Rilla Larson, in Tama, with whom he had made his home for the past few years. He was taken that day to the Marshalltown hospital.
Jacob Wintrode Shively was born in Huntingdon County, Ind., October 8th, 1855, the son of Owen and Mary Wintrode Shively.
At the age of six years he came with his parents to Tama, Iowa, where he had since made his home, with the exception of two years, when the family lived in Nebraska, and of a year or two when he had lived near Montour, Iowa. He had lived continuously in Tama since 1879.
He was married to Betsy Almira Barber, March 13th, 1877. To this union six children were born; they are Mrs. C. W. Schmidt of Tama, Mrs. Flora M. Haynes of Ayre, North Dakota, Mrs. W. S. Hattery of Dayton, Ohio, Jay W. Shively of Keokuk, Delbert M. Shively of Marshalltown, and Mrs. Rilla Larson of Tama. He leaves ten grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
His wife preceded him in death June 16th, 1933.
For many years he was a member of the United Brethren church of Tama, but after that church disbanded he became a member of the Methodist church of Tama. He was a member of Tama Lodge No. 152, I.O.O.F. for over 50 years.
For 22 years he was a policeman in Tama, after which he had charge of the city Pumping Station, from which he retired about seven years ago. Mr. Shively became ill May 31st, 1943, and that day was taken to St. Thomas Hospital at Marshalltown. He passed away June 30th, 1943.
The funeral will be held from the Mason funeral home tomorrow (Friday), July 2, at 2 p.m.
The I.O.O.F. lodge will be in charge of the grave service. Lodge members will be pall bearers. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery.
Jacob Shively is listed in the household of his parents on the 1870 Tama County, IA census. He and wife, Betsy, and daughter, Daisy age 2 are listed on the 1880 Tama County, IA census. The family of Jacob W. Shively is listed on the 1900 Tama County, IA census as follows: Jacob W born Oct 1855, wife Betsy born Jan 1861, daughter Daisy born March 1878, daughter Flora born Nov 1880, daughter Alice born April 1883, son Jay born June 1888, son Delbert born December 1894 and daughter Rilla born April 1898. Jacob can be found on the 1910 thru 1940 Tama County, IA census records.