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Nine volunteers in the Heritage Trust’s Mt. Bethel Cemetery “Whispers from the Grave” event in 2014 told visitors about the lives and achievements of numerous persons of local historic significance whose graves are in the cemetery, located off Tusculum Boulevard. Shown in the first row, left to right, are: Don Miles, George Blanks, Stevie Hughes, Dollie Boyd, Beverly Williams, Jim Mays, Caroline Blanks, Tim Massey, Carolyn Gregg, and Kathleen Cannon. Three other unidentified volunteers portraying soldiers of the Civil War era stand in the second row. | Image.jpg

Nine volunteers in the Heritage Trust’s Mt. Bethel Cemetery “Whispers from the Grave” event in 2014 told visitors about the lives and achievements of numerous persons of local historic significance whose graves are in the cemetery, located off Tusculum Boulevard. Shown in the first row, left to right, are: Don Miles, George Blanks, Stevie Hughes, Dollie Boyd, Beverly Williams, Jim Mays, Caroline Blanks, Tim Massey, Carolyn Gregg, and Kathleen Cannon. Three other unidentified volunteers portraying soldiers of the Civil War era stand in the second row.

Nine volunteers in the Heritage Trust’s Mt. Bethel Cemetery “Whispers from the Grave” event in 2014 told visitors about the lives and achievements of numerous persons of local historic significance whose graves are in the cemetery, located off Tusculum Boulevard. Shown in the first row, left to right, are: Don Miles, George Blanks, Stevie Hughes, Dollie Boyd, Beverly Williams, Jim Mays, Caroline Blanks, Tim Massey, Carolyn Gregg, and Kathleen Cannon. Three other unidentified volunteers portraying soldiers of the Civil War era stand in the second row.

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