|George Shively-Lillian Corwin Marriage|
In the records of Jasper County, MO there are found the surnames Shivley and Shively. The lineage of Bert Glenn Shively contains both names. Bert Glenn Shively was born on 22-Nov-1895 in Duenweg, Jasper County, MO. He died on 16-Apr-1969 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, WA. Bert was the son of George Annanias Shively (Shivley) and Lillie J. Corwin. George and Lillie were married in Jasper County, MO on 28-Apr-1894. This marriage did not last long as Lillie J. Shiveley married a second time in Jasper County, MO to Victor Clayton Perry on 11-Mar-1898. George A. Shively did not pass away until 11-Jun-1944.
Located on the 1900 Joplin Township, Jasper County, Missouri is the household of Victor C Perry age 26 born Nov-1873, wife Lillie age 23 born Dec-1876, stepson Bertie Shivley age 4 born Nov-1895, daughter Laura Perry age 1 born Dec-1898. Listed on the 1910 Meridian Precinct, Ada County, Idaho is the household of Victor C. Perry age
|George A Shively Death Certificate|
36, wife Lillie J age 33, stepson Bert Shively age 14, daughter Laura Perry age 11, son Archie age 9 and son Clayton age 1.
Bert Shively was married first to Ruth Steensma on 14-Apr-1915 in Canyon County, ID. He was married second to Elizabeth Morin in 1944 in Kitsap County, WA. The following newspaper article was located in The Caldwell Tribune, Caldwell, Idaho, Friday, April 23, 1915, Page 10, Columns 4-5: Wednesday afternoon, April 14th at 3:30 o'clock at the home of Priest Marks in Nampa occurred the wedding of Miss Ruth Steensma and Mr. Bertram Shiveley. The bride wore a beautiful dress of white embroidered voile. Miss Eleanor Prosser was the bridesmaid and was also attired in white voile. Mr. Botkin of Nampa was best man. Those present at the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. V Perry, Mrs. Hoofnagel, Laura Perry and Clifford Barnhart. The bride and groom will make their home in Riverside. The community extends hearty congratulations and best wishes.
Wednesday evening a crowd of young folks met at the Shiveley home in Riverside and serenaded them with tin-pan music. After Mr. and Mrs. Shiveley had stood as much of the music as they could they invited the crowd in and gave them the treats. The crowd soon left after wishing the bride and groom much happiness.
The marriage certificate of George Shivley and Lillian Corwine is given the consent from the father of the groom. The certificate records "H C Shivley the father of George Shivley has given consent to this marriage".
The newspaper obituary for George Shively does not mention his son, Bert Shively, in the article. Located in the Joplin News Herald, Joplin, Missouri, Monday, June 12, 1944, Page 2, Column 2:
George Shively, 66, Lifelong Resident Of District, Dies
George Shively, 66 years old, of Oakland, a lifelong resident of the district, died at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morning at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Robert Leggett, 2127 Kentucky avenue.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Oakland Christian church with the Rev. John Morgan officiating.
The body will lie in state at the church from 1 o'clock until the funeral hour. Burial will be in Forest Park cemetery under the direction of the Webb City Undertaking Company. Pallbearers will be P. J. Seersick, Gus Nelson, Henry Hasseltine, Ambrose Cook, Bert Craig and Leon Woosley.
Surviving besides the daughter are a son, Chester H. Shively of Talogo, Okla,; a stepson, George Beaty of Kansas City, and seven grandchildren.
Information regarding the grandfather of Bert Glenn Shively was found in The History Of Jasper County, Missouri, History Of Carthage And Joplin, Other Towns And Townships, Illustrated, Mills & Company, Des Moines, Iowa, 1883, pages 773-774:
HENRY C. SHIVELY, farmer, was born in Columbia county, Pa., Sept 22, 1847, and was there raised. His father, George, is a farmer, and is still living in Pennsylvania. The subject of this sketch was married in April, 1868, to Emma Greninger, who was born and raised in Clinton county, Pa. She died in September, 1872. Mr. Shively was married again Jan. 1, 1874, to Minerva J. Spencer, who was born in Jasper county March 31, 1844. Their children are Rachel C., George A., Effie M., and one not living. Mr. Shively is a member of the Evangelical Church and Mrs. S. of the Christian. Mr. Shively came to Jasper county in 1868. He lived for a time in Oregon, and in California until within the last six years. He owns a good farm of eighty acres and raises good crops; also has a small young orchard; he has devoted some time to mining at Joplin. Mrs. Shively, being born and raise in the county, has seen some of its hardships and the stirring scenes of the war. She has carried meals to the men concealed in the brush during the war, and her father's house was burned down, and they were compelled to leave at night. This farm in is section 15, township 27, range 31, Jackson township.