This site was created by Larry Shively who is researching the history of the Shively families. The goal is to have a site where all Shively researchers can share and ask questions in regards to their Shively lines. The largest majority of the Shively family records are located in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. There are early records of Shively's also in Virginia and Kentucky. There are not many established Shively lineages back to Europe. There are documented lineages to Switzerland and Germany. Through the sharing of information from all of our research it is desired that all can learn about our Shively families.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Christian Schaeufele (Shively) And Wife Rosa Steinbrenner From Germany To Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio

Carolyn M. Kippenberger Shively
A unique genealogy request was recently received. The request was from a present homeowner who lives in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio in the home where Philip Kippenberger once lived and had his business. The home is at 2225 E. Fifth Street in Dayton. Philip Kippenberger was a tailor and had a shop on the lower floor while the family lived on the second floor.  Philip Kippenberger's daughter, Carolyn M. Kippenberger married Alvin Edward Shively. The homeowner would like to locate any old photo's taken on or of the Kippenberger property. The desire is to obtain and frame the pictures and display in her home. From the research it was discovered there are still living descendants of the Alvin Shively and Carolyn Kippenberger union living in the Dayton, Ohio area.

Following is the genealogy research that was found.  Christian Schaeufele was born 20-Apr-1859 in Germany a son of John Schaeufele and Louise Schiese. He immigrated to the United States from Germany in 1884.  Christian Schaeufele married Rosa Steinbrenner on 5-Oct-1886 in Montgomery County, Ohio. Christian died on 10-Sep-1930 and was buried in Woodland Cemetery.  His wife, Rosa Steinbrenner Schaeufele died in 1954.  They had at least the three following children:  1) John F. Schaeufele born 28-Jul-1887 in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio and died 2-Jan-1909, buried Woodland Cemetery 2) Ida Rosa Schaeufele born Feb-1889 and died May-1906 3) Alvin Edward Schaeufele (Shively) born 14-Jan-1892 and died 11-Oct-1974.

Philip Kippenberger was born 3-May-1862 in Germany. He immigrated to the United States from Germany in 1887. Philip Kippenberger married Mary Hock ca. 1890. He died 18-Apr-1944 and was buried in Woodland Cemetery. His wife, Mary Hock Kippenberger was born 17-Oct-1854 in Germany and died 19-Aug-1925 and is buried in Woodland Cemetery.  They had one daughter, Carolyn M. Kippenberger who was born 24-Jun-1897 and died 14-May-1991.  Carolyn's marriage to Alvin Edward Shively may have been her second marriage. Her first husband might have been Walter L. Miller having been married 1st on 6-Sep-1918 in Lucas County, Ohio.

Many thanks are extended to the Dayton Metro Library. They have a great research staff who extracted the following newspaper obituaries for this article. The following was extracted from the Dayton Daily News, May 16, 1991, Page D1:
SHIVELY, Carolyn M., 93, of 6401 Blue Ash Rd., Dayton, passed away Tuesday, May 14, 1991 at Alta Nursing Home. Preceded in death by a grandson, Joshua. Survived by daughters, Rosemary Shilt of Dayton, Julia Clark of Dayton; son, Larry Shively of Dayton; 12 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren. She was a member of The Belmont Chapter #555 OES, White Shrine Chapter #13 and The Order of The Amaranth Eastern Star, Helping Hands Grandmother Club and The U. D. Mothers Club. Funeral services 11:30 A.M. Friday, Tobias Funeral Home, Beavercreek Chapel, 3970 Dayton-Xenia Rd. at Grange Hall. Pastor Virgil R. Mills officiating. Entombment Woodland Mausoleum. 

The following newspaper obituary was extracted from the Dayton Daily News, June 2, 1954, Page 32:
Mrs. Rose Shively
Mrs. Rose Shively, 87, 0f 3724 Cleveland av. died at 3 a.m. Wednesday at the Colonial Nursing Home following a three-year illness.  Mrs. Shively was a resident of Dayton for 70 years. She is survived by her son Alvan E. Shively of Dayton and three grandchildren. She was a member of the St. Johns Reform church.
Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Tobias funeral home, 658 Watervliet av., by Dr. W. R. Grunowald. Burial will be in Woodland cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday.

The following was found in the Dayton Daily Journal, January 4, 1909, v. 46, iss. 156, Page 7, Column 5:
Young Architect Claimed By Death
John Schaeufele, 21, Passes Away After Long Illness
John Schaeufele, 21 years old, a popular and well-known young man of the East End, died Saturday evening at 3 o'clock at the late residence, 50 Samuel street, following an illness of about two years of consumption. He was an architect, having attended school at Cincinnati to perfect his ability in that line, but owing to the fact that he was compelled to leave his work at school on account of illness and come home, he had never made this work his business. He was highly esteemed by those who knew him and his death is mourned in a large circle of friends. He leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schaeufele and one brother, Alvin Schaeufele. The funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence on Samuel street in charge of Rev. Dr. Zarwell and the burial will be made in Woodland cemetery.

Ida Rosa Schaeufele
The picture at the right is taken from the obituary found in the German newspaper Gedenk Blaetter, May 26, 1906, V. 13, iss. 4, Page 25, Column 2. There is an obituary included in the article but this author is unable to transcribe the article written in German. The following was found in the Dayton Daily Journal, May 8, 1906, v. 43, iss. 244, Page 9, Column 7:  SCHAEUFELE--Ida Rosa; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schaeufele, Monday afternoon at 1:15, at the family residence, 50 Samuel street, aged 17 years, 2 months and 23 days. Funeral Thursday afternoon at 1:30 from the house and at 2 o'clock from the German Methodist Church. Interment at Woodland.

Many thanks to Mary Rohrer Dexter who gave suggestions on how to translate the German newspaper obituary for Ida Rosa Schaeufele. The following was extracted from the Gedenk Blaetter, May 26, 1906, V. 13, iss. 4, Page 25, Column 2:
Ida Rosa Schäufele
Vereinsamt und verödet wurde das Heim von Herrn Christian Schäufele und Frau an Samuel Straße durch den am 7. Mai erfolgten Tod ihrer geliebten und einzigen Tochter Ida, im Alter von 17 Jahren, 2 Monaten und 23 Tagen.  Sie, welche ein Bild von Lebensfrische und Gesundheit war, erkrankte vor einem Jahr an Lungenkrankheit.  Alles, was nur für ihre Rettung gethan werden konnte, wurde gethan; jedoch vergebens.  Am besagten Tage erlöste sie der Tod von ihrem schmerzlichen und qualvollen Leiden,  welches sie mit staunenswerther Geduld ertrag. 
Sie wurde in Dayton geboren und erzogen. 
An ihrem Sarge trauerten ihre tiefbetrübten Eltern und zwei Brüder John und Alvin, sowie ein großer Kreis von Freunden; denn ihr freundliches und liebenswürdiges Wesen machte sie bei Allen beliebt, die sie kannten.

Translation to English.
Ida Rosa Schaeufele
The office of Mr. Christian Schäufle and wife at Samuel street was deserted by the death of his  beloved and only daughter Ida at the age of 17, 2 months and 23 days. She, who was a picture of freshness and health, fell ill a year ago with lung disease. All that could be done for their salvation was done; But in vain. On that day, she was saved from her painful and painful sufferings, which she bore with patience.
She was born and raised in Dayton. 
On their coffins the grieved parents and two brothers, John and Alvin, mourned as well as a great circle of friends; For her kind and amiable nature made her popular with all who knew her.

Saturday, December 24, 2016

1916 Letter To Santa Claus From Vonda Shively Who Lived In Mercer County, Ohio

The Celina Democrat, Celina, Ohio, Friday, December 22, 1916, Page 1, Column 4:
                                                                                                           Coldwater, Ohio
Dear Santa Claus --I am a little girl 8 years old. I go to school most every day. I want for my Christmas a writing desk, a book satchel and a story book. I also have a little brother 23 months old. Bring him a little rocking chair and some nice toys. Bring us both candy and all kinds of nuts. As ever your little girl.
                                                                                   Vonda Arrahwanna Shively     

Vonda Arrahwanna Shively was born on 31-Oct-1908 in Mercer County, Ohio and died 9-Mar-1995 in Miami County, Ohio.  She was married to Arthur Russell Grunert who was born 4-Sep-1904 and died 29-Dec-1988.  Both are buried in the Miami Memorial Park Cemetery, Covington, Miami County, Ohio.  Vonda Shively was the daughter of Joseph Earl Shively and Maude Baker.  Joseph Shively was the son of Isaac Shively and Elmira A. Fitzwater. Isaac Shively was the subject of the Shively blog article written on September 12, 2015.

Located on the 1920 Salem Township, Auglaize County, Ohio census is the household of Joseph E. Shively age 34, wife Maud age 31, daughter Vonda age 11, son Ashley B. age 4 and son Paul L. age 3.  Listed on the 1910 Union Township, Mercer County, Ohio census is the household of Joseph Shively age 25, wife Maud age 21 and daughter Vonda age 1. 

The following newspaper obituary for the father of Vonda Shively Grunert was extracted from The Piqua Daily Call, Monday, August 10, 1970. Page 10, Columns 1-2:
Joseph E. Shively, Retired Hobart Mfg. Foreman, Dies
Joseph Earl Shively, 85, of 418 S. Wayne, died at 4:15 a.m. in Piqua Memorial Hospital where he had been patient two days after having been in failing health several years.
Born in Mercer County, March 13, 1885, he was a son of Isaac and Elmira Fitzwater Shively. He was married to the former Maude Baker on June 5, 1907 in Spencerville. They moved from Spencerville to Piqua in 1924.
Mr. Shively was a retired foreman at Hobart Manufacturing Co. and a member of the Evangelical United Methodist Church.
Surviving are his wife, Maude, a daughter, Mrs. Arthur Grunert (Vonda) of Piqua; two sons, Ashley B. Shively and Paul L. both of Piqua; six grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren and five brothers, Roy Shively of Manton, Mich., George of Fife Lake, Mich., Ray of Modesto, Calif., Carl of Bakersfield, Calif., and Hamer of Eugene, Oregon.
He was preceded in death by three brothers and a sister.
Services will be conducted by the Rev. Carl Hahn at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Cron Funeral Home with burial in Mimia Memorial Park.
Friends may call Tuesday at the funeral home between 3 and 5 p.m. and 7 and 9 pm.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Otis C. Shively And Wife Aileen R. West Who Lived In Mercer County, Ohio

Otis Shively/Aileen West Marriage
Information on the lineage of Otis C. Shively who lived in Mercer County, Ohio was requested by a Shively descendant. From information found it is believed that this lineage may be as follows: Ulrich Shively (1722-1776) and Elizabeth Thommen were the parents of Isaac David Shively. Isaac David Shively (1759-1823) and 2nd wife, Lydia Miller (1785-1805) were the parents of David Miller Shively. David Miller Shively (1803-1883) and 1st wife Hannah Clapp (1807-1842) were the parents of Harvey Shively. Harvey Shively (1836-1916) and wife Sarah Jane Lacy (1840-1892) were the parents of Levi Shively. Levi Shively (1871-1965) and wife Effie May Smith (1878-1950) were the parents of Otis C. Shively.  Otis C. Shively Shively married Aileen R. West.

David Shively/Hannah Clapp Marriage
David Miller Shively and 1st wife Hannah Clapp were married in Darke County, Ohio on 16-June-1825 (Volume A1, Page 68). David Shively was born 3-Oct-1803 and died 3-Jul-1883 in Mercer County, Ohio. He is buried in Burntwood Cem. Hannah was born 22-Nov-1807 and died 21-Aug-1842.  The following census records for this family were located with David's 2nd wife Esther Angel Rush:  1850 Adams Township, Darke County, Ohio listed David Shively age 47, Esther age 37, Mary A. age 22, William age 16, Harvey age 13, David Rush (stepson) age 13, Abraham age 12, David age 10, Isaac age 2; 1860 Butler Township, Mercer County, Ohio listed David Shively age 56, Easter age 46, Abram age 21, David age 18, Isaac age 12, Jacob age 10, Hetty age 7; 1870 Butler Township, Mercer County, Ohio listed David Shively age 66, Ester age 56, Abraham age 28, Isaac age 22, Calvin age 18; 1880 Butler Township, Mercer County, Ohio listed David Shively age 66, Ester age 66, Mary age 53, J. Cal age 30, and John age 19.

Harvey Shively/Sarah Jane Lacy Marriage
Harvey Shively was born 4-Mar-1836 Darke County, Ohio and died 29-Jan-1916. He is buried in Swamp College Cem., Mercer County, Ohio.  He married Sarah Jane Lacey on 7-Sep-1857 in Mercer County, Ohio.  Sarah was born 9-Aug-1840 and died 15-Oct-1892. The following census records for this family were located: 1860 Franklin Township, Mercer County, Ohio listed Harvy Shively age 23, Sarah age 19, Anna age 10 months; 1870 Butler Township, Mercer County, Ohio listed Harvy Shively age 34, Sarah age 30, Anna age 10, Margaret age 6, David age 2; 1880 Butler Township, Mercer County, Ohio listed Harvey Shiveley age 44, Sarah age 40, Margaret age 16, David age 12, Levi age 8, and Elmira age 8.   Harvey is living with his son Levi Shively on the 1900 census. The following newspaper obituary was extracted from The Celina Democrat, February 4, 1916, Page 1, Column 4:
The Grim Reaper
Harvey Shively, age 79 years, 10 months and 25 days died Saturday, January 29, at his home four miles northwest of Coldwater. Death was due to heart trouble.
Deceased was born in Darke county, March 4, 1836. March 18, 1854, he moved with his parents to Mercer county. July 25, 1857 he was married to Miss Sarah Jane Lacy, and to this union was born eight children. His wife and three children preceded him in death.
He served in the Civil War in Company D. 193rd regiment, O.V.I.
He is survived by one brother A. W. Shively, Lawrenceburg, Tenn., and two half-brothers, Isaac Shively, Manton, Mich., and Cal Shively, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
The children are Mrs. John Shatto, Sidney, Ohio; Mrs. Frank Langel, Celina; David Shively, Bryant, Ind., Mrs. Henry Schwartze, of near Coldwater and Lee Shively of near Coldwater. He is survived by thirty grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, February 1 at Beaver Chapel and interment in the cemetery nearby. Rev. F. P. Cordier officiated.

Levi "Lee" Shively was born 20-Sep-1871 in Mercer County, Ohio and died 16-Jun-1965 in Paulding County, Ohio. Lee Shively married Effie May Smith on 26-Aug-1897 in Mercer County, Ohio. Effie May was born 23-Oct-1878 and died 25-Oct-1950. The following census records for this family were located:  1900 Butler Township, Mercer County, Ohio Harvey Shively (father) born March 1836 age 64, Levi Shively (son) born September 1871 age 28, Effie M. born October 1879 age 29, Opal O. born June 1898 age 2;  1910 Butler Township, Mercer County, Ohio listed Levi Shively age 38, Effie M. age 31, Opal O. age 11, Ottis C. age 9, Lilian age 6, Albertine age 4, Vernon age 3 months,  Harvey (Father) age 74; 1920 Butler Township, Mercer County, Ohio listed Levi Shively age 48, Effie age 41, Ottis age 19, Lillian age 16, Arvesta age 13, Vernon age 9, Valore age 7, Eugene age 2, Myrna age 4 months;  1930 Butler Township, Mercer County, Ohio Levi Shively age 58, Bessie age 51, Bernard age 20, Malore age 17, Paul age 12, Merna age 10 and Edwin age 8.

Otis C. Shively/Aileen R. West Marriage
Otis C. Shively was born 13-Oct-1900 in Mercer County, Ohio and died 25-Feb-1981. He is buried in Swamp College Cem., Mercer County. Otis married Aileen R. West on 7-Feb-1922 in Mercer County, Ohio.  The following census records for this family were located: 1930 Liberty Township, Mercer County, Ohio listed O. C. Shively age 29, Aleen age 30, Ruth age 7, Vivian age 2, Mary Lee age 1; 1940 Liberty Township, Mercer County, Ohio listed Otis Shively age 39, Aileen age 40, Ruth age 17, Joan age 12, Mary Lee age 11, Wanda age 9, Donald age 4.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Jacob Shively And Wife, Isabelle Reed, Who Lived In Jefferson County, Ohio And Howard County, Missouri

Isabelle Shively Death Certificate
Jacob Shively was born 1-Nov-1827 in Ohio and died 13-Oct-1897 in Howard County, Missouri.  He was buried in Washington Cemetery, Glasgow, Howard County, Missouri. Jacob Shively was married on 22-Dec-1852 in Jefferson County, Ohio to Esibelle (Isabelle) Reed.  She was born 21-Jun-1830 in Jefferson County, Ohio and died 17-Jun-1911 in Keytesville, Chariton County, Missouri.  She was the daughter of Zachariah and Margaret Reed.

Listed on the 1850 Warren Township, Jefferson County, Ohio is the household of Zachariah Reed age 72, wife Margaret age 60, son Thomas age 26, daughter Mary age 23 and daughter Isabella age 21. Listed on the 1860 Warren Township, Jefferson County, Ohio census is the household of Zachariah Reed age 73, wife Margaret age 63 and son Thomas age 26.  On the 1860 Warren Township, Jefferson County, Ohio is the household of Jacob Shively age 32, wife Isabel age 29, son John R. age 6, son Thomas F. age 5, daughter Mary C. age 3 and son Louis P. age 2.  Listed on the 1870 Chariton Township, Howard County, Missouri census is the household of Jacob Shively age 42, wife Isabel age 39, son John 16, son Thomas age 15, daughter Mary age 13, son Lewis age 12, son George age 10, son Segal age 8, son William J. age 5, daughter Margaret age 3, and Nancy Parish age  87.

The following newspaper article was extracted from the Chariton Courier, Friday, July 3, 1885, Page 2, Column 4:
One of the most pleasant days of our sojourn in this section was spent last Sunday at Mr. Jacob Shively’s. Mrs. Shively celebrated her 55th birthday and her son, George, his 25th, both being on the same day. Mrs. Shively, assisted by her daughters, Mrs. Grisham, and Misses Maggie and Josephine, gave us one of the finest dinners it was ever our lot to assist in devouring. Nothing fine, but everything good, as only Mrs. S. knows how to prepare. A few of the neighbors were invited, among them James Cuddy and daughter, Miss Dora Wilhoit, Chris Noll and wife and daughter, James Robinson and wife, Lou Wells, wife and sister, Wm. Latham and family, John Shively, son and brother; Thos. Shively, son and brother; Lou Wright, brother-in-law, and wife. Plenty of refreshments of all kinds were in abundances, especially in the shape of wit and humor, furnished by John Goll, whom we forgot to mention above. We think John was the busiest one in attendance, flying around like a kite without a caudal appendage, but after dinner he seemed to have gotten bullast enough to hold him level and he sailed off nicely. Messrs. Binks and Walcott, of Lewis’ Mill, were in attendance also. Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves to their utmost capacity. Mr. Wilkerson (the never to be forgotten Pat) being so overcome with excitement in anticipation of such a good time, had to give up to Miss Chile, to whom he devoted his entire attention to the great discomforture of Miss Maggie.  Mr. Noll got so full of celebration that he has been confined to his room ever since – 46 glasses will confine most any one.

This newspaper obituary was found in the Chariton Courier, Friday, June 23, 1911, Page 1, Column 6:
Mrs. Isabelle Shively, born June 21—1830, died at the home of her son, George Shively, June 17—1911. She was a native of Ohio, and her maiden name Isabelle Reid. Married to Jacob Shively at Jefferson County Ohio, December 23, 1852 coming to Missouri in May 1867 and living in Howard County until 1880, moving to Chariton county in that year. Her husband Jacob Shively died in 1898 and since that time she lived with her son Lou until his death two years ago, after which she made her home with other children. Grandma Shively died a member of the Helna church, Methodist, tho in early life was converted and became a member of the Campbellite church at her girlhood home. She was the mother of six boys and six girls, eight of whom survive her.  Her remains were laid to final rest in the cemetary at Glasgow, funeral services having been conducted at the residence of her son George Shively by Rev. J. A. Snarr.

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Samuel Shively And Wife, Letitia Bender, Who Lived In Richland County, Ohio

Ada Shively/John Franklin Elliott Marriage
The following newspaper item appeared in The Mansfield News, Friday Evening, December 15, 1899, Page 7, Column 3: 
J. Elliott and family ate their Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs. S. Shively and family.

John Franklin Elliott and Ada Shively were married in Richland County on 21-Oct-1886. Ada Shively was the daughter of Samuel Shively and Letitia Bender. 

Located on the 1860 Mifflin Township, Ashland County, Ohio census is the household of Samuel Shively age 26, wife Lettie age 25, son Franklin age 4, son Wm. C. age 3 and son Morris H. age 1. Listed on the 1870 Mifflin Township, Ashland County, Ohio is the family of Samuel Shively age 36, wife Luticia age 35, son William age 12, daughter Orvil age 9, daughter Elizabeth age 7, daughter Emma J. age 6, daughter Ada age 4, son John age 2, daughter Helen age 3 months and Dinna Bender age 25. Found on the 1880 Weller Township, Richland County, Ohio census is Samuel Shively age 46, wife Letitia age 44, son A. Frank age 23, son C. William age 22, son H. Morris age 21, daughter B. Ora age 19, daughter M. Lizze age 17, daughter J. Emma age 16, daughter Ada age 14, son John age 12, daughter Hellen age 10, daughter Effie age 8, daughter Hattie age 6, and son Eddie age 3.

Samuel Shively was born 2-Mar-1834 and died 4-Jan-1896. He was married to Letitia Bender on 11-Mar-1855 in Ashland County, OH. Letitia was the daughter of George Bender and Maria Stoop. Samuel and Letitia are buried in Pavonia Cemetery, Richland County, OH.

Following is additional information regarding some of the at least 12 named children of Samuel Shively and Letitia Bender.  William C. Shively born 29-Aug-1857, died 16-Jan-1937 in Richland Co., OH, married 27-Apr-1882 in Erie County, OH to Lizzie Jeanette Boynton who was daughter of David Boynton and Emma Russell; Elizabeth M. Shively born 13-Jul-1862, died 24-Apr-1932 in Seattle, King County, Washington, married Lew E. Osbun on 24-Feb-1884 in Richland County, OH. living in 1900 in Newton City, Harvey County, KS, living in 1920 in Spokane City, Spokane County, WA; Ada Shively born 4-Apr-1866, died 17-Nov-1943 Richland Co., OH, married 21-Oct-1886 in Richland County, OH to John Franklin Elliott, both buried Pavonia Cem.; Helen Shively married U. S. Grant Coble in Richland County in 1892; Harriet Shively was born 16-Feb-1874, died 18-Mar-1947 in Richland County, OH., married 25-Apr-1912 to Hugh J. Clark; see the Shively blog written on 27-Feb-2016 for more information on "Eddie" Edgar Roderus Shively; 

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Perry Nicholas Shively And Wife Mary Jane Carroll Who Lived In Summit And Cuyahoga County, Ohio

Perry Nicholas Shively was born on 21-Nov-1859 in Cuyahoga Falls, Summit County, Ohio and died 26-Feb-1933 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. He is buried in Markillie Cemetery, Hudson, Summit County, Ohio.  Perry was the son of Andrew J. Shively and Sarah Ackroyd Jones. (For more information on Andrew and Sarah Shively view the Shively blog article written on 22-Aug-2015).  Perry Nicholas Shively was married to Mary Jane Carroll on 1-Sep-1880 in Portage County, Ohio. She was the daughter of John Carroll and (first name not known) O'Connor.  Mary Jane Carroll was born 14-Aug-1855 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio and died 26-Sep-1944 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.

Listed on the 1900 Hudson Township, Summit County, Ohio census is the household of Perry N. Shively born Nov-1859, age 40, a blacksmith, wife Mary J. born Aug-1857 age 42, daughter Angie born Feb-1882 age 18, son George A. born Jul-1888 age 11, son Carroll H born Jun-1893 age 6, son Andrew P. born Mar-1896 age 4, and son Donald born Aug-1898 age 1.  Located on the 1910 Hudson Village, Summit County, Ohio census is the family of Perry N. Shively age 49, wife Mary J. age 50, son George age 21, son Carroll age 16, son Andrew age 13, son Donald age 11 and son Perry age 1.

The following newspaper obituary was located in The Akron Beacon Journal, Tuesday, February 28, 1933, Page 21, Column 1:
Perry N. Shively Dies At Lakewood
HUDSON, Feb. 23 --  Perry N. Shively, 73, former Hudson resident, died at his home in Lakewood, late Saturday after a long illness. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning in St. James church of Lakewood. Father Gaffney of St. Mary's church of Hudson will conduct the burial services at the Markilee cemetery.
Shively is survived by his widow, one daughter, Mrs. Lew Kline; six sons, George, Carroll, Andrew, Donald, and Perry Jr.; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Martin, of Akron, and Mrs. Charles Morril of Jeannette, Pa.; and a brother, George Shively. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning in Lakewood, O.
Shively was born and reared in Hudson and spent most of his life here.  He conducted a blacksmith and wagon making shop on Main st.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Daniel Royal Shively And 1st Wife Maud M Furley And 2nd Wife Nannie E Carter From Jefferson County, Ohio

Daniel R Shively/Maud M Furley Marriage
Daniel Royal Shively was born on 30-Jan-1873 (Jefferson County, OH Birth Register Volume 1, 1867-1879). He was the son of John Shively And Sarah Jane "Jennie" Wolf. (The Jefferson County, OH marriage record lists John Shively and Sarah Ann Wolf married 2-Oct-1857. In other records she is listed as Sarah Jane or "Jennie"). Daniel Royal Shively was married 1st to Maud M Furley on 20-Nov-1897 in Beaverhead County, Montana. Maud Furley was born 18-Aug-1878 and died 10-Jun-1916, buried Mountain View Cemetery, Park County, Montana. Daniel R Shively was married 2nd to Nannie E. Carter on 14-May-1911 in Ada County, Idaho.  Daniel R. Shively died 21-Dec-1937 and is buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Los Angeles County, California.
Daniel R Shively/Nannie E Carter Marriage
Listed on the 1870 Saline Township, Jefferson County, OH census is the household of John Shively age 36, wife Jenny age 33, son William age 13, son Edward age 12, son Charles age 9 and daughter Clara N age 7.  Listed on the 1880 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah census is the household of John Shively age 43, wife Sarah J age 43, son Charles E age 19, daughter Clara N age 17 and son Daniel R age 8. On the 1900 Yellowstone County, Wyoming census is the family of Dan R Shively born 30-Jan-1872 age 28 and wife Maud M born 8-Aug-1878. 

Daniel R Shively could not be located on the 1910  census records.  Maud Furley Shively is listed in the household of her parents on the 1910 Sweet Grass County, Montana. Listed are Joseph B. Furley age 53, his second wife Eva D age 42 and daughter Maude Chively age 31 listed as married 12 years and no children.  Maud is buried in the Mountain View Cemetery and the headstone names her as Maud Furley not Shively.  At the time of her death in 1916 Daniel had been married 5 years to Nannie E. Carter.

Listed on the 1924 Los Angeles City Precinct No. 33 list of registered voters are the names of Dan R Shively employed as a shovel fireman and Mrs. Nannie E Shively employed in millinery.  Listed on the 1930 Los Angeles City Precinct No. 1775 list of registered voters are the names of Dan R Shively and Mrs. Nannie E. Shively.  

The Shively blog article written on July 16, 2011 gives additional information on John Shively and wife Sarah who were the parents of Daniel R Shively.  The Shively blog article written on October 8, 2016 gives additional information on William B. Shively who would be the uncle of Daniel R Shively.  John Shively and William B. Shively were the sons of Daniel Shively and Elizabeth Ream from Jefferson County, OH.