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.