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Re: Shivelys -Pennsylvania
Posted by: Barry Shively (ID *****3030) Date: August 26, 2002 at 20:12:50
In Reply to: Re: Shivelys -Pennsylvania by Jay Willis of 1159

Jay
Very very helpful. But as usual raise more questions.

How does George tie back to Peter 1781 - 1858? Was Peter married twice? I have a Peter Shively married to a Anne Hineline 1787-1831 and either a second Peter or the first Peter married a second time to Margaret of Williams Twp. Listed under Peter and Margaret are 8 to 10 children. George being #2 on list. But years do not seam to jive. Also different info on Peter on the "Sheiblys of Easton, PA Area 1700-1800" web site. Can you clear up any of this?

I have William H Shively with six children:(1) Anna C b: 1871 d: 1954 burried near William, (2) Harvey L b:1877 d: 1946, (3) Mamie b: 1880 d: 1889 burried Springtown, PA, (4) infant son b: 1882 d: 1882 burried Springtown, PA, (5) Emma b: ? d: 1882 burried in Tinicum, PA, & (6) Arlington b: ? d: ? burried Tinicum, PA. I believe I found the Graves in Springtown. I can only read Mamie on on of them, but both are next to a grave of "Catharine wife of Abraham Lesh" which I believe is a grandmother of Williams children. Could not find graves at Tinicum but found other Shively graves. Can you add to or clairify any of this.?

I live within about 10 miles of "Old Williams". Do you live in or near this area? It would be nice to get together and chat.

Again thanks for your help.
Barry


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