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Coweta Co Cems going online
Posted by: Dianne Andrew (ID *****9995) Date: February 14, 2004 at 07:06:17
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My son is working his eagle project, and
we have photographed several Coweta Cemeteries.
If you have relatives buried in them,
and wish to donate information about your
relatives to be included on the website,
please do so asap. (attn: Andrew)

He has photographed almost all current
churches in Coweta, 230 out of 260 (to be finished).

He has photographed all 268 CSA tombstones
at Oak Hill Cemetery, Newnan GA.

He photographed all found tombstones and unmarked
graves found in the following cemeteries in
Coweta County Georgia:
Bethlehem Baptist Ch Cem (Newnan)
Bingham Family Cem (Moreland)
Bradberry Family Cem (Grantville)
Calvary Baptist Ch Cem (Raymond)
Ebenezer Bapt Ch Cem –old section (Newnan)
--changed name to New Heights Bapt Ch Cem (Newnan)
Emmaus Church Cem (also known as Attaway) (Grantville)
Evergreen Baptist Ch Cem (Newnan)
First White Oak Grove Baptist Cem (new section) (Senoia)
Fry Family Cem (Newnan)
Holly Hill Baptist Church Cem (Moreland)
Hope Memorial Bapt Ch Cem (Newnan)
Leigh-Potts Family Cem (Newnan)
Martin Family Cem (Moreland)
Hill Cem (also known as McCollumn) (Newnan)
Meadows-Burkes-Banks Family Cem (Grantville)
Meadows-McCollum Family Cem (Grantville)
Oak Hill Civil War Section (Newnan)
Old Mount Bethlehem Church Cem (Newnan)
Parks Family Cem (Newnan)
Pleasant Hill Bapt Ch Cem (Senoia)
Posey Family Cem (Newnan)
Summer Hill Church Cem (Newnan)
Sunset Cem (Newnan)
Turin Memorial Gardens (Turin)
Windom Family Cem (Moreland)

They will be available on the following site
as soon as our wonderful volunteers can get
them uploaded.

All information and photo CD will be donated to the
new Coweta Museum to be available to the public.

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