Clayton Smith (1897-1897)-Jackson, Georgia

Butts County

Clayton Smith only lived a mere five months. His marker can be found in the Jackson City Cemetery.

Many children did not live past the first few years due to illnesses like diphtheria. The cherub is almost exclusively seen as markers for young children and represent innocence. The dropped cloth can represent the earthly ties that someone leaves behind as they descend to heaven.

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