This site was created by Larry Shively who is researching the history of the Shively families. The goal is to have a site where all Shively researchers can share and ask questions in regards to their Shively lines. The largest majority of the Shively family records are located in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. There are early records of Shively's also in Virginia and Kentucky. There are not many established Shively lineages back to Europe. There are documented lineages to Switzerland and Germany. Through the sharing of information from all of our research it is desired that all can learn about our Shively families.

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Children Of William Marion Shiveley (Shively) And Nancy Elanore Easter In Adams County, Ohio And Scioto County, Ohio

William Marion Shiveley (Shively) was born 9-October-1840 and died 24-December-1925. He was the son of Jacob Shively and Elinor Hornback.  William Marion Shiveley was married on 14-January-1862 in Adams County, Ohio to Nancy Elanore Easter.  She died in Scioto County, Ohio on 29-May-1923.

William M. Shiveley and Nancy Elanore Easter were the parents of at least eleven children:  George Washington born 15-Aug-1863 died 26-September-1924, Charles Edward born 8-January-1864 died 30-July-1931, Alice Jane born ca 1866, William Marion born 9-March-1868 died 13-January-1920, Charlotte Ella born 1-January-1870 died 19-July-1924, Mollie Baltimore born ca 1871, Maggie May born 15-March-1873 died 8-April-1941, Cora Ellen born ca 1875, Jacob Austin born 17-Dec-1876 died 27-January-1881, Clark Ayres born 26-October-1878 died 14-October-1921 and Henry Anson born 7-April-1883 died 28-January-1917.  The family of William M. Shiveley (Shively) and Nancy Elanore Easter are located on the 1870, 1880, and 1900 Jefferson Township, Adams County, Ohio census records.  They are listed on the 1900 and 1910 Niles Township, Scioto County, Ohio census records.

A newspaper search was done to try to find additional information on the children of William Marion Shiveley and Nancy Easter.  Located in the Portsmouth Daily Times, Friday, September 26, 1924, Page 20, Columns 5-6:
George Shively, well known carpenter, dropped dead of heart trouble in his home, 1507 Kinney street, about six o'clock this morning. He had not been in the best of health for the past eight weeks, but during the past two weeks felt much improved. He had been able to be up and around the house and arose as usual this morning. He had been up only a short time when an attack of heart trouble caused his death.
Mr. Shively was born in the Selig community, near West Union, and came to this county after marriage and had spent all of his married life here. On August 25 last he was 62 years of age.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Christine Boss Shively, three sons, Clarence of this city; Nicholas, Roanoke; Stanley, Seattle, Wash., and two daughters, Mrs. W. J. Stanley, Cincinnati, and Mrs. Cecil Marshall, Cleveland.  A brother, Edward Shiveley, of this city and four sisters, Mrs. Jane Copas, Manchester, Mrs. May Fitzpatrick, Jacktown, Adams county, Mrs. Frank Johnson, Duck Run, and Mrs. Grant Rogers, Rome.  His aged father, Rev. William Shiveley, resides at Friendship.
Since coming to Portsmouth Mr. Shiveley had made many friends who will be sorry to learn of his death.

From The Portsmouth Times, Friday, July 31, 1931, Page 21, Column 7:
Charles E. Shively of 1125 Eighth street, died in Portsmouth General hospital at 12:05 p.m. Thursday. Death was due to complications.  He had submitted to a major operation about a year ago and had never fully recovered.
He was born in Rome, Adams county, Jan. 8, 1864, the son of Marion and Nancy Easter Shively.He came to Portsmouth in 1911 and has made his home here since then.He was for years employed as a carpenter at the Selby Shoe Co.    On Sept. 14, 1887 he married Alice Thornton and to this union six children were born.  He was a member of the First United Brethren church and of the K. of P. lodge.
He leaves his widow and children, Mrs. Mabel Wise, Mrs. Helen Meyers, Miss Minnie Shively of  Cincinnati, Miss Kathryn Shively of New York city, and Harry and Charles Shively at home.  He also leaves five grandchildren and these sisters, Mrs. James Copas, Cherry Fork, Mrs. Mollie Rogers, Rome, Mrs. May Kirkpatrick, West Union and Mrs. Cora Johnson, city.
Funeral services will be held at the Windel-Howland funeral home Saturday at 2 p.m. with Rev. T. C. Harper in charge.  Burial will be in Memorial cemetery, Wheelersburg.

Charlotte Ella Shively married Nickolas Thornton.  Extracted from The Portsmouth Daily Times, Wednesday, July 23, 1924, Page 9, Column 4:
Out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral of Mrs. Nickolas Thornton of West Union, Monday included George Shively, 1507 Kinney street; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey of Dry Run, Mrs. May Kilpatrick of Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. Grant Roders and daughter, Iva, of Rome; Mr. and Mrs. Ned Copas of Manchester; Mr. and Mrs. Basil Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. George Ayers, of Lynx P.O.; Mrs. Edna Stilwell, of Pittsuburgh, Pa.; Mrs. Bertha Grant of Dayton; Miss Jessie Thornton, of Seamon; and Mrs. Sarah Shively of Manchester Pike.

Located in The Portsmouth Times, Wednesday, April 9, 1941, Page 11, Column 4:
WEST UNION, April 9 --Funeral services for Mrs. Mae Rogers Kilpatrick, 68, who was found dead at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Foster here early Tuesday will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the local Methodist church with Rev. W. L. Stafford in charge.  Burial will be in the I.O.O.F cemetery here with Latour Lafferty in charge.
Mrs. Kilpatrick resided here for years.  She lived for some years at Dunkinsville, where her first husband, Reuben Rogers, died.  Her late husband was Richard Kilpatrick.
Mrs. Kilpatrick is survived by the following children:  Mrs. Icy Scott, Mrs. Marie Prior, Mrs. Gladys Mann and Mrs. Robert Whitacre all of Columbus, Mrs. Foster of West Union, Mrs. Ruby Hanes of Buena Vista, a son Marion Rogers of West Union; two sisters, Mrs. Molly Rogers of West Union and Mrs. Cora Johnson of Portsmouth.
Twenty-five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren also survive.

The death of Henry Shively was reported in The Portsmouth Daily Times, Monday, January 29, 1917, Page 4, Column 6:
After a short illness with pneumonia, which followed an attack of measles, death Sunday night, at 10:30, claimed Henry Shively, aged 35, a well-known resident of Friendship, on the West Side.

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