Kelsey Collier-Wise

Kelsey Collier-Wise, at left, brings Gertrude Belle (Walker) Shaw back to life during Monday’s Spoken History Cemetery Tour sponsored by the Clay County Historical Society, at the Bluff View Cemetery. Gertrude told tour participants of her love for music, her collection of books housed in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and of her stormy marriage to her husband, Edwin.

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