|About The History of the Diveley Dively family
I believe that I wrote some time ago that I had opened up a correspondence with a second cousin
of ours at Kansas City in this state by name of Michael Diveley. Have just read a letter from him.
He visited the old Diveley in Salisbury, Pa. last summer and learned from the records in the family
of one of his brothers there that our great-grandfather first name was Jacob, that he came from
Wurtemburg, Germany married in Switzerland, and located in Baltimore County, Maryland in 1770
Letter from Frederick D. Snyder about 1873
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