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Anne Frye, center, and her two granddaughters portray Catherine Collette and her children. Long ago, Mrs. Collette, a local mother, lost three of her children in a cholera epidemic in Greene County. All three children are buried in a single grave at historic Blue Springs Lutheran Church Cemetery, at Mosheim. The Heritage Trust coordinated a “Whispers from the Grave” event at the church cemetery in 2017. | kids.jpg

Anne Frye, center, and her two granddaughters portray Catherine Collette and her children. Long ago, Mrs. Collette, a local mother, lost three of her children in a cholera epidemic in Greene County. All three children are buried in a single grave at historic Blue Springs Lutheran Church Cemetery, at Mosheim. The Heritage Trust coordinated a “Whispers from the Grave” event at the church cemetery in 2017.

Anne Frye, center, and her two granddaughters portray Catherine Collette and her children. Long ago, Mrs. Collette, a local mother, lost three of her children in a cholera epidemic in Greene County. All three children are buried in a single grave at historic Blue Springs Lutheran Church Cemetery, at Mosheim. The Heritage Trust coordinated a “Whispers from the Grave” event at the church cemetery in 2017.

Greene County Heritage Trust for Historic Preservation, GEORGE R. SCOTT, Greeneville Tennessee, GLENNA CASTEEL, Greeneville Tennessee, CAROLYN SMITH GREGG, Greeneville Tennessee, JERRY BIRD, Greeneville Tennessee, JOHN M. JONES, JR., Greeneville Tennessee, JUSTINE WILLS, Greeneville Tennessee, THE REV. JAMES (JIM) MAYS

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