Fairburn City Cemetery-Fairburn, Georgia

I do not know when the cemetery was founded, but based on the markers and death dates, I believe it was started right after the Civil War. There’s a mixture of Victorian and handmade markers.

While many cemeteries have separate sections for Black and white people that are remnants of segregation, this is the only cemetery I’ve visited where there are physical markers denoting the the Black and white sides.

This is a Joseph Abrams grave cover.
Mary Elizabeth Camp-1893-1894
Victoria Glawton-This is an Eldren Bailey marker.

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