This question may be posed in many different hypothetical forms, however; we mean it literally. In this instance, we are referring to Mr. Jack Morgan. Jack was born in Talbot County, Georgia in 1903 and moved to Upson County at age 19. Soon after moving to Upson County, he began working at Stephens Automobile Company and a few years later, he married his love Margaret Boyt in 1926. Mr. Morgan worked for Stephens Automobile Company for 30 years and then took a position as Supervisor of Building Maintenance for the Thomaston School System where he worked for 21-1/2 years and where he was involved with many activities. If this were the complete picture of Jack Morgan’s life, many from Upson County would have still known and remembered him. Perhaps they would have known him from his jobs, church, Boy Scout troops he led, his time driving a bus or even the repairs he made for his neighbors. However, the work he started in 1965 is what has cemented his legacy. It was at this time that Mr. Morgan began digging into the past of his own existence and a snowball grew into an avalanche of genealogical work, which would eventually benefit countless individuals. From the mid-sixties Mr. Morgan became a devoted genealogist and spent time traveling to courthouses , libraries and cemeteries all over the United States. Needless to say, Mr. Morgan was not paid for this work and would receive letters from all regions asking him to help them with holes which needed filling in their own genealogy. It was not only Upson County which benefited but Mr. Morgan also compiled cemetery records and genealogies for surrounding counties. As a result, the week of April 20 was once proclaimed Jack Morgan week in Thomaston Georgia. In addition, Mr. Morgan was responsible for the vast amount of information in The Cemeteries of Upson County Georgia publication as well as a plethora of other sources of which the staff of the Thomaston Upson Archives utilizes daily. Furthermore, Mr. Morgan donated over 500 family genealogies to the Upson Historical Society, where in turn they were given to the Thomaston Upson Archives. Therefore, we can revisit the original question and if you did not know Jack, it is okay, because with over 500 genealogies completed, he probably knew you.