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Re: Question - Descendants of Durs Schaeublin Website
Posted by: Deborah Lacey (ID *****3691) Date: January 18, 2009 at 15:05:11
In Reply to: Question - Descendants of Durs Schaeublin Website by Marilyn Georgeson of 1159

I'm a Descendants of Durs Schaeublin and would be interested in your Website my grandmother was a Shivley

Durs Werner (Christian) Schaeublin(Shively)
Margreth Straumann

Christian Schaeublin,
Barbara Elizabeth Spittler

Christian Schaeublin,
Esther Neff

Henry Ambrose Shively,
Elizabeth Green
Mary Eves

George Werner (Washington) Shively,
Rachel Eves

Henry Chester Shively,
Emma Greninger
Minerva Jane Spencer
.........Married: Emma 12/28 Apr 1868 Note: Record page 74 has 28 Apr 1868 - But the 28 is crossed out and 12 written - verify.

Notes: Henry's grave stone says he was born in "1846". He came to Jasper Co., MO. in 1868. Peter "Petter" Greninger and his family lived on the Shively place. Henry and Emma Shively apparently lived with Peter on the Greninger place in Pennsylvania before moving to Missouri. It is believed that Peter never bought any land in MO. (No records have been found). He helped all his children and he went broke. Peter lent money to William Oman Greninger and it was never repaid.

Notes: Elizabeth (Ruhl) & three of her daughters (Eliza, Emma & Melissa) died 1872, shortly after the family arrived in Missouri as a result of drinking contaminated water. Two field rocks by Peter and Elizabeth's graves are assumed to belong to their daughters: Meli and Eliza.

Elizabeth was the great aunt of Henrietta Schafer Garrett, whose fortune stimulated a nationally famous Will contest. The Will of John Ruhl, her uncle, was filed for probate, 16 Jul 1842, with bequest to Elizabeth in item 4 of the Will. Elizabeth may have had T.B.

Name Age in
1880 Estimated/ Jackson, Jasper, Missouri,
Birth Year Birthplace Relation to
head-of-house Marital
Status Race Gender Home in
(City,County,State) Census 1880

Effie M. SHIVELY 1 <1879> Missouri Dau Single White Female Jackson, Jasper, MO
George A. SHIVELY 3 <1877> Missouri Son Single White Male Jackson, Jasper, MO
Henry SHIVELY 33 <1847> Pennsylvania Self Married White Male Jackson, Jasper, MO
Manerva J. SHIVELY 33 <1847> Missouri Wife Married White Female Jackson, Jasper, MO
Rachel C. SHIVELY 5 <1875> Oregon Dau Single White Female Jackson, Jasper, MO

George Ananias Shively,
Lillie Jane Corwin
Annie Mae Harman
George Ananias Shively
..........Notes (Facts Pg): November 1907, Notes state that three month old baby boy died, sadly a few hours later (Annie) infants mother died as well. Both are buried (together) at Verden Cemetery.

The cemetery is located at the south end of 4th Street in Verden, Oklahoma. SHIVELY, Anie May, 1 Nov 1881 - 12 Aug 1907 daughter of H. G. {Doc} & Ella Harman, wife of George Shively

Shively, Annie May Aug 11, 1907 26 south of Verden, OK Nov 1, 1881 O18 94-4 Wife of George A. Shively. Buried with 3-month old son. Has obituary.


SHIVELY, Annie May [HARMAN], 1 Nov 1881 - 12 Aug 1907
(W/O George A. Shively, D/O H. G. “Doc” & Ella Harman, B/W 3 Mo old son)
SHIVELY, Infant 1907 - 1907 3 Mos
(S/O George A. & Annie May [HARMAN] Shively) B/W mother)

Obit of Mrs George A Shively - Grady County, Oklahoma
The Verden News
August 15, 1907

Died, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Harmom southeast of this city, Monday August 11, 1907, Mrs. George A. Shively, aged twenty four years and eight months, and her little three months old son. The mother had been suffering but a few weeks but had been threatened with
consumption for the past two years.

All the care and love that skilled physicians and anxious relatives and neighbors could devise and apply for her comfort and assistance were brought into play, but the fiat of Him who rules our incomings and outgoings had been issued after a brief struggle, despite the prayers and entreaties of all who knew and loved her, their appeals were overruled and on Monday afternoon the sufferer's spirit took it's flight to that home the Christian believes is the fulfillment of the life everlasting.

When the bloom of childhood was blooming into the blush of refined womanhood she had sought the pearl of great price and made it chief among the jewels of her youthful hopes. The intervening years have been full of consistent plan and wise action.

This was the foundation of the maturity of her character. For upon the white canvass of her life she drew no uncertain lines which needed to be erased.

She ran the journey of her life in twenty four years. It is a path marked with deeds of kindness and cheer. Flowers not thorns, sunshine not shadow, did she scatter everywhere. With these she was lavish. Truth
was the inspiration of her life and by kindness she exemplified its great worth. Was not her life full of Godlikeness?

The funeral services were held at the Baptist church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, Rev. Harmon officiating. Songs were touchingly rendered by the choir of the Baptist church. Her and her little son were put too rest in one casket in our Silent City south of this city immediately after the services.

To the broken hearted father, mother, sisters, husband, two children and other relatives who sit in sorrow where her footsteps shall never again find echo, we extend the sympathy of the entire community.

My Grandmother was:
Pearl Frances Shively,
Robert Tontz Liggett

My Mom and Dad:
Virginia Margaret Liggett
Frederick Coyne Hatten

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