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28th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: Thomas James TappRank: Private Company:
Enrolled August 1861; died April 1862 Typhoid Fever.
Contact Name: Arthur Dykes
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Name: Thomas Jefferson WarthenRank: Colonel Company:
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Contact Name: James Allen Knechtmann
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Name: J. G. JoinerRank: Private Company: A
J.G. Joiner, Nephew of Jesse G. Joiner. Please dont confuse these two men as the same person. J.G. enlisted on the same date as Jesse G. Sep 10th 1861. they both served for the duration of the war.
Contact Name: Gabriel D. Joiner
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Name: Jesse G. JoinerRank: Private Company: A
Jesse G. Joiner. Served from 1861, to the end of the war. Jesse G. was wounded in the leg in Olustee, FL., and was present in every battel CO.A. was involved in. Jesse G. Joiner IS my Great-Great-Great-Grandfather.
Contact Name: Gabriel D joiner
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Name: William J. JonesRank: Private Company: A
William J. Jones (1827-1881)enlisted in Tennille, Georgia on March 12th,1862. He was a private in the 'Irwin Volunteers' of Washington County,Georgia. Medical records state he entered Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond,Virginia in June 1862 for treatment of a thigh injury. William received a medical discharge from Confederate service in September 1862 and returned to Georgia.
Contact Name: Clayton E. Jones
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Name: Willis KeenRank: Private Company: A
My GGGgrandfather was a Private Co A,28 Reg't Infantry Ga
Enlisted Sept 10 1861-Camp Stephens,Griffin,Ga by Major Calhoun.He died Sept 17 1862 in a hospital near Richmond Va of disease -trying to find records of where he is buried.
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Name: George Drayton MathewsRank: Private Company: A
I have no other information on this person.
Contact Name: Sukochi Lee
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Name: William Oliver HaleRank: Private Company: B
William O. Hale and his son John J. Hale enlisted in 1861 in Washington, Ga. with Co B John was killed in 1862 in Virginia. William O. surrendered in Goldsboro, N.C. in 1865. He later moved to Emanuel, County ga. He is listed in Midville, Burke, county ga in the 1870 census(although he lived in emanuel county. I believe he died in 1870 or 1871. HIs father, Eliphalet Hale, moved from Newberry, Mass to warrenton, ga. in 1813.William was born there in 1820. I am trying to locate his grave or any other information.
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Name: Angus Alexander MorrisonRank: Private Company: B
Angus Alexander (Pvt. A.A.) Morrison was my GGgrandfather, enlisted in 1862, wounded at Battle of Bentonville in March 1865.
Contact Name: Bruce Morrison
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Name: Edward Booker VealRank: Private Company: B
My great great grandfather....
Contact Name: Dianne Sullivan
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Name: Richard CliattRank: Unknown Company: C
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Contact Name: Bill Maddox
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Name: Albert HoneaRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: D
Are there any known images of the 28th?
Contact Name: Robert Bailey
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Name: David KeownRank: Private Company: D
died Sept. 17, 1862 at Battle Of Sharpsburg
Contact Name: Cindy Cook
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Name: William G. EubanksRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted Sep 10, 1861. Killed at Petersburg, VA July 30, 1864. My Great - Uncle.
Contact Name: Howard E. Eubanks
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Name: Hennry Matthew LankfordRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted March 4,1862 at Greenville, GA.
June 3,1862 admitted to Chimborazo Hospital #4 in Richmond, VA.
Died June 28,1862 from Typhoid Fever and is buried in a numbered grave in Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond,Va.
He died the same month his youngest daughter, Virginia was born.
Virginia was my Great Grandmother.
Contact Name: Mike Hanners
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Name: Milton R. ReddingRank: Private Company: E
Died from dysentery and pneumonia while in CSA General Hospital, Richmond, Virginia
Contact Name: Bob Conner
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Name: Isaac Richard ThrashRank: Private Company: E
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Contact Name: Mark Johnson
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Name: John B. ThrashRank: Private Company: E
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Contact Name: Mark Johnson
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Name: Thomas E. ThrashRank: Private Company: E
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Contact Name: Mark Johnson
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Name: WILLIAM DRAYTON MCCRAWRank: Private Company: F
JOINED APRIL 1861--CHEROKEE CO,GA ---ARMY OF NO. VIRGINIA---WOUNDED(PERMANENTLY DISABLED) AT BATTLE OF OLUSTEE(OCEAN POND) FLA 1864----HIS FATHER GEORGE P. MCCRAW AND BROTHER ANDREW WERE ALSO IN THE REGIMENT. A PICTURE OF MY GRANDFATHER IS LOCATED ON THE 28TH GA REENACTORS WEB SITE----
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Name: James Franklin WhiteRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: F
July 22, 1861. Discharged from Chimborazo Hospital #4, at Richmond, Virginia, August 7, 1862. Died August 1862.
Contact Name: Charles White
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Name: Boling G. BoonRank: Private Company: G
Enlisting on September 14, 1863, joining Company G, 28 Battalion, Georgia Siege Artillery, Maj A. Bonaud (Bonauds Battalion), under the command of Capt. John D. Godwin.

Died in Camp Beauregard, Lake City FL Feb 1864 near the on-set of the Battle of Ocean Pond / Battle of Olustee.


The enlistment description states:
Height: 5' 9' tall
Hair: Black
Eyes: Dark
Complexion: Fair
Died of disease
Contact Name: Ray Boone
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Name: Jeremiah Jackson SailorRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted 12 Aug 1861. Was captured Nov 17, 1864 & held as a POW until June 19, 1865, when he took the oath of allegiance & was released at Point Lookout, MD
He was aka Jerry Saylors, J J Sailor.
Lived at TN Confederate Soldiers Home for the last few years of his life while on pension for his war efforts. Died 1919 & buried in the cemetery which is on the same property as the home. Name was different on the headstone than the death cert.
His family lived in Resaca, Gordon County, GA
Contact Name: Kit Kolenda (Sailor)
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Name: Francis Asbury FortsonRank: Private Company: H
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Contact Name: Jim Gilmer
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Name: Eldridge HatcherRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: H
He died 6/13/1862 in Virginia (Richmond) of his battle wounds. He was originally buried in Virginia, and after the Civil War, he was moved to the Hart Family Cemetery, Georgia (Washington County).
Contact Name: Margie
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Name: Aaron Jefferson AdkinsRank: Corporal Company: I
Enlisted as a Private on June 14,1861 with Co C, 20th Infantry Reg. Georgia. Transferred to Co I, 28th Infantry Reg. Georgia January 3,1862. Promoted to Full Corporal on January 15, 1863.POW on April 3,1865 at Richmond,VA.Paroled on April 28,1865. There is a granite marker in Johnson Methodist Church, Warrenton, GA marked 'Aaron J Adkins Co I 28 GA INF CSA'
Contact Name: George Norris
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Name: Amos J. LockhartRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: I
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Contact Name: Walter
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Name: Francis GrimesRank: Private Company: K
U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about Francis Grimes
Name: Francis Grimes
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: Georgia
Regiment Name: 28 Georgia Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 28th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
Company: K
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Film Number: M226 roll 25
Contact Name: JoyceBallard
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Name: Daniel HendrixRank: Unknown Company: K
Daniel was killed by a Yankee sharpshooter in a battle around Richmond in 1864. The story is he and his brother John Malcolm were crouched in a trench. Daniel kept standing up to shoot even though John told him he would be killed. His spoke his last words, 'I want to get one more damn yankee', then he was shot and killed. He is buried in the Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, VA.
Contact Name: J.E.B. Trammell
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Name: John Malcolm HendrixRank: Private Company: K
Fought with his brothers, Daniel and Wiley.
Contact Name: J.E.B. Trammell
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Name: Wiley W. HendrixRank: Private Company: K
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Contact Name: Robert S Henry
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Name: James A. SweatRank: Unknown Company: K
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Contact Name: Dolores Bryant
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