A cemetery in the backyard of a Warner Robins neighborhood is in need of restoration and volunteers.
Lester Holleman grew up a member of Shiloh Methodist Church in Warner Robins.
"Didn't have church but once a month, it was a circuit church," says Holleman.
The Holleman family plot makes up a large portion of the Shiloh Cemetery today.
"My great-granddaddy, his children, and my granddaddy are all buried in that lot there."
The cemetery is a living piece of Central Georgia history.
"There's slaves buried back here and people back all the way from 1831," says Holleman.
And a lot larger than originally believed.