1491 - Mary Ellen Heeter & William Shively
HUSBND: SHIVELY, William
BIRTH>: 03-Dec-1844 Hartley Twp., Union County, Pa.
MARR.>: 14-Dec-1871 Fulton County, Indiana
DEATH>: 14-Jan-1919 Fulton County, Indiana
BURIAL: Hoover Cemetery, Fulton County, Indiana
FATHER: SHIVELY, Levi
MOTHER: SMITH, Ellizabeth
WIFE>>: HEETER, Mary Ellen
BIRTH>: 06-Jun-1855 Montgomery County, Ohio
DEATH>: 22-Mar-1932 Fulton County, Indiana
BURIAL: HOOVER Cemetery, Fulton County, Indiana
FATHER: HEETER, Noah Graham 
MOTHER: CLAYTON, Susan
 SHIVELY, Mary Ellen (died in infancy)
 SHIVELY, Austin Elmer (md. MOORE, Rosa May)
 SHIVELY, Rosetta (md. WINES, Frank)
 SHIVELY, Charles Wesley (md. BUMBARGER, Emma May & SUTTON, Glenna)
 SHIVELY, Alice A. (died in infancy)
 SHIVELY, George (md. HASTINGS, Minnie Mary)
 SHIVELY, Martin L. (md. BEEHLER, Inez E.)
 SHIVELY, Ida (md. BRYANT, Jesse Orville)
 SHIVELY, Francis Everett (md. BRIGHT, Eva Grace)
[1491A] SHIVELY, Noah H. (md. GOODRICH, Ruby & EGGLESTON, Estella)
[1491B] SHIVELY, Viola
The William & Mary Ellen (Heeter) Shively family circa 1905.
In front from left: Ida Shively Bryant, William Shively, Viola Shively, Mary Ellen Heeter Shively,
and Rosetta Shively Wines.
In back are Martin Shively, Charles Shively, Noah Shively, Austin Elmer Shively,
Everett Shively, and George Shively.
Biography: (from a handwritten page)
Mary Ellen Heeter, daughter of Noah and Susan Heeter was born in Montgomery County, Ohio,
June 6th 1855. She parted this life at her home near Athens, Indiana, March 22, 1932
at the age of 76 years, 7 months, and 16 days.
She was united in marriage to William Shively, December 14, 1871.
At an early age she was with her husband united with the Progressive Brethren Church,
later transferring her membership to the United Brethren Church at Athens.
In recent years not being able to attend church services,
she gave of her means and always enjoyed the fellowship of God's people.
The husband preceded her in death January 14, 1919.
The family consisted of ten children;
one dying in infancy and a daughter, Mrs. Rosa Wines who died in North Dakota.
Those left to feel the loss of a Mother are Elmer, near the old home,
Charles of Tiosa, George of Warm Springs, Montana, Martin of Niles, Michigan,
Mrs. Ida Bryant, near the old home, Everett, of Richland Center,
Noah of Roann; also twenty grand-children and twenty-eight great-grandchildren.
Her life was one of devotion and service for a number of years
at various times it was her lot to care most tenderly for three aged loved ones.
She also reared to womanhood, the little infant granddaughter left motherless
by the death of Mrs. Rosa Wines.
She hath done what she could and gone to the reward that awaits her.
"We miss the voice of one we love;
A precious form has passed away,
To join the angel throng above
In realms of endless day."
Obituary: Akron (IN) News of 24-Mar-1932
MARY ELLEN SHIVELY DIES NEAR ATHENS
Mrs. Mary Ellen Shively, well known resident of two and one half miles north of Athen,
passed away at her home Tuesday evening about four o'clock,
after a lengthy illness from complications.
She had been bedfast for several months.
Mrs. Shively was 77 years old, and the widow of William Shively,
a Civil War veteran, deceased ten years ago.
Her residence was also the home place of her parents, Noah and Susan Heeter.
Mrs. Shively was born in Hamilton Co., Ohio,
but had spent most of her life in this locality.
She was a member of the United Brethren church.
Ten children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Shively, two daughters being deceased.
Six sons and two daughters survive.
They are: Mrs. Ida Bryant of near Athens; Miss Viola, at home;
Elmer of near Athens; Noah of near Roann;
Charles and Everet of near Richland Center;
Martin of Niles, Michigan; George of Montana;
also a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren,
also a sister, Mrs. Harve Ralston of Plymouth.
The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 at the United Brethren church at Athens,
and burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery.
Obituary: Akron (IN) News of 17-Jan-1919
William Shively, 74, died Tuesday morning at eight o'clock at his home
north of Athens, after suffering all winter with an attack of dropsy.
He leaves a wife and seven children.
Three sons, Elmer, Noah, and Everett live near Athens
while two sons Charles and George are in western states.
Two daughters are living Miss Viola and Mrs. Ida Bryant.
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