Just this morning I received an e-mail from another Shively researcher working on Anna Shively who was a daughter of Harvey Shively and Sarah Jane Lacy.You might want to contact Bill Hughes at email@example.com and let him know you are working on the same line.Following is the reply that I sent to him: The lineage for Anna is very well documented.We first find Anna Shively on the 1860 Mercer County Ohio Census in Franklin Township with her parents: Harvey Shivelyage 23Farm Laborer Born Ohio Sarah age 19 Born Ohio Anna10/12 months Born Ohio
Next you can find her father on the 1850 Darke County Ohio Census, Adams Township, with his parents: David Shivelyage 4(7)Farmer Born Ohio Esther age 37 Born PA Mary A age 22 Born Ohio William 16 “ Harvey 13 “ David RUSH 13“ Abraham SHIVELY12 “ David 10 “ Isacc 4 “ (Note that Harvey has a STEP BROTHER, David Rush, the same age.This will be explained by the following taken from Fellowship of Brethren Genealogists Newsletter, Volume 23, Number 3, Fall 1991:David Shively b 1803 m(1) 1825 Darke County Ohio to Hannah Clapp 1802-1843 daughter of John and Mary Coble Clapp;David m(2) 1844 Darke County Ohio to Esther “Hetta” Angle Rush, b1813, and she being the widow of Jacob RUSH.Children (7+1).Moved to Mercer Co, OH.The parents of Harvey Shively would have been David Shively and Hannah Clapp.
David Shively born 1803 was the son of ISAAC SHIVELY b 1759-1823; m(1) 1782? To Elizabeth Bossler, 1764-c1800; m(2) c 1803 Clermont County Ohio to Lydia Miller, c1785-1805 and daughter of David and Magadalena Maugens Miller; m(3) 1808 Montgomery County, Ohio to Catharine Heck/Rasor 1769-1831. Isaac and Catharine died in Montgomery County, Ohio.
Issac Shively b 1759-1823 was the son of ULRICH (UHLI) SHIVELY, baptized 8-Jan-1722 in village of Oberdorf, District of Waldenburg, Canton of Baselland, Switzerland; died c1776 in Frederick County, MD;m Elizabeth Thomas, baptized 6-April-1722 in village of Seglingen, District of Farmsburg, Canton of Baselland, Switzerland, daughter of Jacob Thommen and Barbara Bar.Ulrich was 14 years old when the Shively (Schaublin) family cam to America in 1736.In 1752, Ulrich Shively bought 200 acres in Frederick County, MD.
Ulrich Shively was the son of CHRISTIAN SCHAUBLIN (SHIVELY).In the village of Oberdorf, Canton of Baselland, Switzerland, Christian Schaublin was the fifth of six children born to Durs Schaublin and Margaret Straumann (daughter of Christen Straumann and Agnes Gotschin).On 14 July 1708, in the District of Waldenburg, Canton of Baselland, Christian Schaublin was married to Barabara Spithaler (later called Spitler), b 9-Aug-1689 in the village of Benwil.Evidently they lived in the village of Oberdorf where their 13 children were all born, as listed in the baptismal register of the Waldenburg District of the Reformed Church.(Some of the children, including the first, may have died young).