When at the library I looked in the 1850 Census for Montgomery Co, OHIO, Roll M432, No 714, Page 375, Jefferson W. District No 111, taken on 1st Oct 1850: Dwelling No 1491, Family No 1491 David D. Shively48 M FarmerBorn Penn HannahShively46 FOhio ELIASShively2 MOhio SusannaUlrey24 FOhio DavidUlrey4 MOhio If this David D. and Hannah Shively are the parents of Elias then the lineage would be as follows: David D. Shively 1802-1881 m 1824 Montgomery Co, OH to Hannah Ulrich 1807-1864 d/o Stephen and Susanna Shively Ulrich; married 2nd to Catharine Landis Metzger 1816-1889 d/o David and Barbara Landis (Catharine widow of Henry Metzger).David s/o Daniel Shively. Daniel Shively c1773-1818 m 1798 Huntingdon Co, PA to Susannah Ulrich 1770-1881 d/o David and Barbara Ulrich.Farmer.To Montgomery Co, OH ca 1805. Daniel s/o Christian Shively. Christian Shively b 1744 Lancaster Co PA d c 1834 Montgomery Co, OH m 1766 Frederick Co, MD to Susanna Cripe c1748-1818 d/o Jacob Gripe (Cripe) and Elizabeth Ulrich.Christian s/o of Ulrich Shively and Elizabeth Thomas. Ulrich (Uhli) Shively bapt 8-Jan-1722 in village of Oberdorf, District of Waldenburg, Canton of Baselland, Switzerland d c 1776 in Frederick Co, MD.Married Elizabeth Thomas, bapt 6-Apr-1722 in village of Seglingen, District of Farmsburg, Canton of Baselland, Switzerland, d/o Jacob Thommen and Barbara Bar.Ulrich Shively was 14 years old when the Shively (Schaublin) family came to America in 1736. Ulrich Shively was s/o Christian Shively (Schaublin) and Barbara Spitler. There is a great source of information on this family in the Fellowship of Brethern Genealogists Newsletter Volume 23, Number 3, Fall 1991.