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I think you might be missing a step regarding the history of this cemetery.
What you saw with your grandmother was the original cemetery. It was originally St. Luke's - until about 1970 - when it was redeveloped.
Supposedly all headstones prior to 1850 were left intact; (This is not correct, as I found my headstone removed and at the Rose Hill Depository - since replaced in cemetery).
Many of the headstones that were removed were set into a Memorial Wall in the cemetery.
I have the original brochure and the Fawcetts are not listed on the alphabetical list of known burials.
I suggest you look at the original transcript of St. Luke's - SAG used to have it; sounds like there might not be a gravestone, but the transcript might have your ancestors listed.
Also have a look at their death certificates and make sure that is where they are buried.
You say you have their plot numbers, there is a diagram at the Memorial Park, so that should help.
Hope this helps too, Robyn
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