Carol, I can help you.Your grandfather was Stephen Martin Shively b 17-June-1914 m1)Esther Jacobsm2) Mary Frances Mathis Shively.Your great-grandfather is Pius Augustine Shively b 1870 m1) Viola "Ollie" Abell and m2 (your great-grandmother) Lillie Mae Martin.This would then make your great-great grandparents Stephen Mitchell Shively b 1837 d 1917 and Beatrice Josephine Rice b 1845 d prior 1883.(Stephen Mitchell was married a second time to Matilda Ann Wise).Your great-great-great grandparents would be John B Shively b 14-July-1804 died 12-August-1864 and Sarah Sally Heaverin b 1812.Your great-great-great-great grandparents would be John Shively who married Susannah Hayden.We believe that the parents of John Shively is a "Michael" Shively but are still working on proving this point. Your great-great grandparents are double cousins to my ancestors, Robert W. Shively b 1826 (a brother to Stephen Mitchell Shively) married Rosella (Roseila) Rice b 1834 (who was a sister to Beatrice Josephine Rice).Three sons of John B Shively married Rice sisters and 3 of the children of John B Shively married Melton siblings. John B. Shively had a "tobacco plantation" that may have stradled the Marion and Taylor County, KY line.After John B. Shively's death, most of his children sold their portion of the land to Joseph Benedict Melton and his wife Susan Mary Shively.John B. Shively was shot in a tavern in Lebanon, Marion Co, KY by Union soldiers even though he had 5 sons in Company H, KY 10th Inf. The original e-mail message that I posted was a theory but I am not sure that our lineage does descend from this PA line.Any help that you could give us would be greatly appreciated in locating "Michael Shively".