In doing research for this week's blog and trying to find an article related to Valentine's Day the subject will be Joseph Warren (J. W.) Shively. J. W. Shively passed away in Washington, D. C. on 14-February-1897. Joseph Warren Shively was the subject of this blog on 30-April-2011.
Extracted from The Cleveland Leader, Monday Morning, February 15, 1897, Page 1, Column 2:
Kent Man Dies At Washington
Kent, O., February 14 -- Dr. J. W. Shively, of Kent, died in Washington, D.C., today. He was connected with the Pension Department. Dr. Shively was a director of the Kent National Bank and was a well-known gentleman. The remains will be brought here for burial Tuesday.
Additional information regarding J. W. Shively was located in The Cleveland Leader, Thursday Morning, November 23, 1876, Page 3, Column 2:
Dr. J. W. Shively, who for the past ten years has been a resident of this place and who has enjoyed a very extensive practice, is about to open an office in Harkness Block, corner of Euclid and Wilson avenue, Cleveland, and locate permanently in that city. The doctor's many friends will regret to learn of this move, and yet all will join with us in hoping that he will soon realize a remunerative practice in his new and broader field of labor. --Kent Bulletin
Joseph Warren Shively and wife are buried in the Standing Rock Cemetery, Kent, Portage County, Ohio. Joseph Warren Shively was born on 24-September-1833 and died 14-February-1897. His wife, Amelia Kent, was born 26-September-1837 and died 13-June-1912.