Details for Concord Cemetery (Atlas Number 5507017566)

Historical Marker — Atlas Number 5507017566


Marker Number 17566
Atlas Number 5507017566
Marker Title Concord Cemetery
Index Entry Concord Cemetery
City Quitman
County Wood
UTM Zone 15
UTM Easting 276453
UTM Northing 3624623
Subject Codes Cemeteries, Graveyards
Marker Year 2013
Marker Location Quitman, 6 mi. SE, FM 778 at CR 2590
Marker Size 18" x 28" with post
Marker Text Settlers established the Concord Community in the 1870s. Early resident Hubbard Moseley donated land for a community burial ground, a school and Hubbard Chapel Baptist Church. The earliest marked grave in Concord Cemetery is for Velinda Wood, dated July 31, 1875. An unknown number of unmarked, earlier graves are also present. About 1,000 settlers of Concord, Hainesville and other areas are buried here, including dozens of military veterans. Through the years there have been a number of formal caretakers, who along with relatives, residents and the Concord Cemetery Association have maintained this final resting place for generations of family and neighbors.