Alma, Bacon County, Georgia
Douglas, Coffee County, Georgia
Mayor Frank Sweat (1866-1910) was the mayor of Douglas, Georgia when he was killed when the car he was traveling in crossed in front of an oncoming train. This memorial is in the Douglas City Cemetery.
The monument utilizes traditional Victorian symbolism. An angel holding an open book and pen is known as the “Recording Angel.”
The Peterson family was one of the founding families of Douglas, Georgia. This monument sits atop a plot for several generations of Petersons. Benajah (1860-1915) and Luvicia (1866-1957) Peterson rest in this plot along with their children and grandchildren.
The woman sits upon rocks which means a life built on a firm foundation.
I can’t find anything on this cemetery. It’s still active despite being in a very remote area of Ben Hill County.