A Shively descendant recently requested additional information on her ancestors who lived in Wood County, Ohio and then moved to North Dakota. Following is some of the genealogy information related to this research question. Additional information regarding relatives of this Shively line can be found in the blog article written on 12-Dec-2015 regarding Ronald Shively.
Mildred Margaret Shively was born 11-Jan-1899 in Bowling Green, Wood County, OH and died 29-Jun-1989 in Pembina County, ND. She was the daughter of Charles Morrison Shively and Fanny Lewis. Mildred Shively was married to Dr. George R. Waldren. He was born 24-Sep-1899 and died on 25-Nov-1952 in Pembina County, ND. Located on the 1900 Flatrock Township, Henry County, OH census is the family of Charles Shively age 45 born Aug 1845 married 20 years, wife Francis age 42 born Dec 1857 having born 6 children and 6 living, daughter Maud age 20 born 1880, son Henry age 17 born July 1882, daughter age 15 born 1885, son Ralph age 10 born Aug 1889, daughter Mildred age 1 born 1899 and grand daughter Durcel age 2 born 1898. On the 1910 Pleasant Township, Holgate Village, Henry County, OH is the family of Charles M Shively age 61, Frances age 51, and daughter Mildred age 11.
Located in the Crescent News, Defiance, Ohio, Thursday, April 9, 1953, Page 15, Column 1 is the following news article: MRS. GEORGE R. WALDREN from Cavalier, N. Dak., the former Mildred Shibley of Holagate, arrived in Defiance Monday night for a visit in home of her niece, Mrs. C. O. Haley. Mrs. Waldren's husband was the late Dr. Waldren who died of a heart attack in his office last Nov. 25. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Waldren and Mrs. Haley visited their cousin, Mrs. Eva Wright of Liberty Center who is a patient in Heller Memorial Hospital, Napoleon.
George R. Waldren's father was also a physician. The death of his father gives additional information on the Waldren family. Located in The Bismarck Tribune, Bismarck, North Dakota, Wednesday, February 23, 1944, Page 3, Column 1:
Pioneer N.D. Physician Dies
MINNEAPOLIS - (AP) - Dr. H. M. Waldren, 69, pioneer North Dakota physician died in University hospital here late Tuesday following a six weeks' illness.
Dr. George Waldren, a son practicing at Cavalier, N.D., who was at his father's bedside, said funeral services would be held Saturday at the Masonic Temple at Grand Forks where the elder Waldren was former potentate of Kem Temple of Shriners.
Dr. Waldren had practiced medicine at Drayton, N.D. since 1899 and was brought here ten days ago by his son. Other survivors are Dr. H M Waldren Jr., Drayton another son, and Mrs. Henry Hellman, Athens, O. a daughter.
Dr. Waldren was born in Kingston, Ont, Nov 26, 1875. He graduated from Queens university in 1898 and shortly afterwards was married. He moved to Winnipeg where he lived a year before moving to Drayton to start his practice.
Dr. Waldren established the Drayton hospital about 35 years ago and operate it at the time of his death with his son, H. M. Waldren, Jr., as an associate.
Dr. Waldren was president of the North Dakota board of medial examiners for three years and a member of the board for ten years. He was elected to the American college of surgeons in 1929 and was president of the State Medical association in 1931.
Charles M Shively and Fanny Lewis were married on 4-Aug-1879 in Hancock County, OH. Charles Morrison Shively and Francis (Fanny) Celeste Shively are buried in Riverside Cem., Defiance County, OH. Charles M Shively was born 18-Aug-1848 in Wood County, OH and died 2-Oct-1935 in Henry County, OH. Fanny Lewis was born 18-Dec-1858 and died 9-Aug-1927 in Henry County, OH. She was the daughter of John Lewis. The Ohio death certificate for Charles M Shively lists his father as John H. Shively. Most likely the H. stands for Henry.
The following article was extracted from the Bowling Green Sentinel Tribune, October 8, 1935, Page 1, Column 3:
Charles Shively Is Called By Death
Friends here have been informed of the death of a former Wood County resident, Charles Shively, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Joseph Smith, at Colgate, O. Funeral services were held there Sunday. Mr. Shively was born east of Bowling Green in 1848, spending a great part of his life of the farm where Frank Metzler now lives on the Napoleon Road. He is survived by two sons and two daughters.
The following was found in the Deshler Flag, August 18, 1927:
Mrs. Charles Shively, 68, passed away at her home in Holgate, Tuesday morning, following a long period of illness. Surviving are the husband, four children - John of Fostoria and Frank of Detroit, Mrs. Julia Smith and Mrs. Mildred Waldren of Holgate.
The parents of Charles Morrison Shively were Henry Shively and Margaret McCartney. Henry Shively was born 23-May-1802 in Millville, Columbia County, PA and died 5-Mar-1886 in Bowling Green, Wood County, OH.
Henry Shively (1802-1886) was the son of Henry Shively (1762-1821) and Elizabeth Green (1763-1809).
Henry Shively (1762-1821) was the son of Christian Shively born 25-Dec-1718 in Oberdorf, Basel, Switzerland died 16-Nov-1773 in York County, PA and Esther Neff.
Christian Shively (1718-1773) was the son of Christian Shively (Schaeublin) born 6-Nov-1683 in Oberdorf, Basel, Switzerland and died before 18-Apr-1752 in Lancaster County, PA. Christian married Barbara Spittler.
Christian Schaeublin was the son of Durs Schaeublin.