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Born: June 1760, Germany

Died: June 14, 1842

Burial Site: Johnson Cemetry on Hannigan Cornwell farm, Paoli, Twsp.

Service: Private in Capt Martin HUEY'S Co., 1st Battalion
Lancaster Co., Militia, 1782

Proof: Penn Archives, 5th series, vol 7, pp 67, 80, 82 and 99

Married: Mary BANTA, on March 15, 1783. She was born 1766 and died Dec 16, 1844


Anna: Born Sept 3, 1785

Polly: Born: June 17, 1787

Elizabeth: Born May 17, 1790 married David JOHNSON

Sarah: Born March 23, 1792, married Michael MAVITY

Rachel: Born Born Jan 9, 1793

Nancy: Born Nov 1, 1795

Jacob: Born Dec 25, 1797, married Anna MAVITY

Henry: Born Jan 1, 1799 married Mary _______

Susan: Born Dec 2, 1802

John: Born April 2, 1804

Philip: Born July 12, 1806 married Penelope BUSICK

Mahala: Born Oct 17, 1808 married George PIERCE

Directions: John Farm Cemetery:

Rev. War Soldier Henry Shively is buried in Johnson Farm Cemetery in Section 27 27-T.2N.-R.1E in Paoli Township a half mile south of the County Road 200N which passes through the Village of Syria on the old David Johnson farm, more recently known as the Hannegan Cornwell place. Further directions - Go south on State Hwy 37 from Orleans and go about four miles and turn left onto CR 25E for a very short distance (approx. 1/4 mile), then turn east of left onto CR 200N, go about three miles through Syria and cemetery is out in a field southwest of the intersection of CR 200N and 350E. There is a correction that needs to be made to the owner of the farm where Rev. Soldier Henry Shively is buried. The owner's name is Alvin R. Ross, 1211 N. County Rd 350E
Paoli, IN 47454-9611 Phone (812) 723-3176

PHot and directions courtesty of Edward Hitchcock and Larry Hammersly members of the Daniel Guthrie SAR Chapter in Bedford, Indiana

Information above was gatherd by Mrs N B MAVITY, French Lick, IN

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