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Name Lively family
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Image of Papers - Travelstead, Chester

Papers - Travelstead, Chester

Chiefly personal and professional correspondence, speeches, journal articles, reminiscences and news clippings of noted educator Chester Coleman Travelstead. Of particular interest are the materials related to his 1955 dismissal from the University of South Carolina owing to his stance on racial integration. Also includes correspondence and diaries of his mother Nelle (Gooch) Travelstead, long-time Western Kentucky University faculty member.

Image of Memorial card for James Lively, died January 11, 1893. -

Memorial card for James Lively, died January 11, 1893. -

Memorial card for James Lively, died January 11, 1893. Includes the banner "In Loving Remembrance of" held by a dove and the poem "A precious one from us has gone. . . ." Illustrated with a book, dove, ferns and flowers and a scroll. Black card with gold ink. [Manufacturer's name not visible due to scrapbook paper glued to its back.] 16.6 x 11 cm. James Lively was the maternal grandfather of Marita Hawley Travelstead. He was a Warren County, KY native. Marita Hawley's mother was Jimmie Lively Hawley.

Image of Papers - Melton Family

Papers - Melton Family

Genealogical records, correspondence, and receipts for various members of the Melton family of Webster County, Kentucky. Also includes genealogical information about the Lively and Norvell families.

Image of Papers - Raymer, Lloyd Monroe, 1943-2012

Papers - Raymer, Lloyd Monroe, 1943-2012

Genealogical correspondence, reports, and records generated by professional genealogist, Lloyd M. Raymer of Warren County, Kentucky, for clients across the country. Raymer specialized in research on Warren, Butler, Logan, Allen, and Simpson counties in Kentucky. Reports include genealogical information about specified families with the related reference sources properly cited. Files sometimes contain correspondence with clients, Photocopies of source material, and pedigree charts.

Image of Janis Belle Lively -

Janis Belle Lively -

Image of Janis Belle Lively made in August of 1928. Please help identify the person in this photograph, send an email to klmref@wku.edu or Phone (270) 745-6092

Image of Sibbie and Naomi Melton -

Sibbie and Naomi Melton -

Cabinet card photograph of Cynthia "Sibbie" Melton and Naomi Melton Strum ca.1900. Sibbie spent her life in a wheelchair. See MSS 123 for further information about the Poole, Melton, Lively and Strum families. The Melton family moved to Henderson County, Kentucky, from Rutherford County, North Carolina in 1826. Charles W. Melton (1836-1895) married Rosanna Lee Melton (1840-1920), the daughter of Spencer and Isabella C. Melton, on October 1,1861. Their children were: Sarah E. (1862-1939), Elijah S. (1864-1952), Cynthia I. (Sibbie) (1866-1923), Archibald E. (1868-1955) and Fernando (1871-1872). Charles W. was a prominent entrepreneur in the area, and in the latter part of the nineteenth century

Image of Charles and Rosanna Melton -

Charles and Rosanna Melton -

Cabinet card photograph of Charles W. and Rosanna Lee Melton taken by W. M. Buell of Henderson, KY. See MSS 123 for further information about the Poole, Melton, Lively and Strum families. The Melton family moved to Henderson County, Kentucky, from Rutherford County, North Carolina in 1826. Charles W. Melton (1836-1895) married Rosanna Lee Melton (1840-1920), the daughter of Spencer and Isabella C. Melton, on October 1,1861. Their children were: Sarah E. (1862-1939), Elijah S. (1864-1952), Cynthia I. (Sibbie) (1866-1923), Archibald E. (1868-1955) and Fernando (1871-1872). Charles W. was a prominent entrepreneur in the area, and in the latter part of the nineteenth century served as postmaster