28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry

1861 - 1865



Burial Sites - Company A





Pvt. Jesse M.C. Brantley - Company A, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. Jesse M.C. Brantley enlisted as a private on September 10, 1861. He was on furlough December 18, 1863. His pension records show he was at home on sick furlough on March 18, 1865. He was born in Washington County, Georgia, in 1840. He is buried in the Rutherford Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Washington County, Georgia.

Burial information from the Georgia Division UDC Confederate Graves Roster and submitted by David Butler.



Pvt. Asa G. Braswell - Company A, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. Asa G. Braswell was appointed Jr. 2nd Lieutenant September 10, 1861. He died in the hospital on May 2, 1862. He is buried in the Peacock Family Cemetery in Tennille, Washington County, Georgia.

Burial information from the Georgia Division UDC Confederate Graves Roster and submitted by David Butler.



Pvt. John Leonard Layton - Company A, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. John Leonard Layton enlisted as a private on September 10, 1861. He was appointed Musician in June 1863. He was on detached service December 31, 1863. He is buried in the Hephzibah City Cemetery in Richmond County, Georgia.

Burial information from the Georgia Division UDC Confederate Graves Roster and submitted by David Butler.


Photo: Joe Oswalt
Pvt. North Carolina Woods - Company A, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. He enlisted as a private on August 11, 1862. He was in the Floyd House and Ocmulgee Hospitals, at Macon, Georgia, January 1, 1864 and died of disease at Charleston, South Carolina, in 1864. He is buried in the Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston, South Carolina.

   


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