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Silent City 2013: Mother-daughter stars of Screen & Stage

2013-10-29 - Columbia Cemetery, 315 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. The Kathy & Korianne Cox - first time presenters, wowed the audience with a range of emotions. Cathy Keltner Cox was her grandmother Shastia Daisy Keltner, the colorful and long time postmaster at Gradyville in the third vignette in the in the video, "Looking Back . . . a journey through The Cemeteries of Adair County," an installment which, true to her grandmother's sense of humor, brought frequent laughter at the presentation, and smiles throughout. Cathy Cox's daughter, Korianne Cox, now a teacher in the Green County School system, gave a polished performance as Fannie, one of the three members of the Winfrey Hotel who died on the same day during the the cholera epidemic which took 70 lives in Columbia, KY, and was the cause of the closing of the Winfrey's Hotel.
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