I know the cemetery and all of the people stated to be buried in the Pipkin Cemetery is so even though i have not seen it since I was a child when my parents took me and my siblings by there. The log cabin mentioned in the Pipkin Family Newsletters that Uncle Alex inherited was still standing then. This was in the 1970s but a few years later the roof, I was told, fell in and they may have taken the rest down. There was some old furniture including a very fine organ which my dad restored and now belongs to another in the family. I am not sure to whom he gave it but it is a distant, from me, family member, probably one with the Pipkin sirname. We are also descendants. The log cabin was truly impressive. The center roof beam was of one tree and well over 60, maybe even 70 feet. I was told that when my dad was small they held dances there throwing down corn meal before they started in order to making the dancing smoother.