28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry

1861 - 1865



Burial Sites - Company G





Capt. John Hill, Jr. - Company G, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. John Hill, Jr. enlisted on August 12, 1861. On April 20, 1862, he was wounded in the left arm at Yorktown, Virginia, and furloughed home. He deserted and was captured in Gordon County, Georgia. On May 27, 1864, he took an oath of allegiance to the U. S. Government at Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is buried in the Resaca Cemetery in Gordon County, Georgia.

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


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Pvt. R.S. McClurg - Company G, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. R.S. McClurg enlisted as a private on August 12, 1861. He was captured at Fort Harrison, Virginia, on September 30, 1864, and died of debility at Point Lookout, Maryland, on March 12 or 13, 1865. Buried in the mass grave at Pt. Lookout Confederate POW Cemetery in Pt. Lookout, Maryland.



Pvt. Marion Masingill - Company G, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. He is buried in the Mount Horeb Cemetery in Hill City Community in Gordon County, Georgia.

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


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2nd Lt. Duncan A. Norton - Company G, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. Duncan Norton enlisted as a private in Company F, 4th Regiment Georgia Infantry, on April 29, 1861. He transferred to Company G, 28th Regiment Georgia Infantry, on August 12, 1861. He was elected Jr. 2nd Lieutenant on February 1862; 2nd Lieutenant on August 1862. He surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina, on April 26, 1865. Buried in the Norton/Norrell Cemetery off Ga. Highway 136 near Resaca, Georgia.


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1st Lt. Thomas J. Norton - Company G, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. He enlisted as a private on August 12, 1861. He was elected 2nd Lieutenant on April 24, 1862, and then 1st Lieutenant in August 1862. He was wounded at Chancellorsville, Virginia, on May 3, 1863, and his left arm was amputated at the shoulder at the General Hospital #4 in Richmond, Virginia, on May 4, 1863. He was transferred to Dalton, Georgia, on May 30, 1863, and resigned on September 13, 1863. Buried in the Norton/Norrell Cemetery off Ga. Highway 136 near Resaca, Georgia.


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Pvt. Berry Offutt - Company G, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. Berry Offutt enlisted as a private on August 12, 1861. On April 26, 1865, he surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina. He was born in Columbia County, Georgia on April 8, 1829. He was a blacksmith and a farmer. He is buried in the Dorsett-Norrell Cemetery in Resaca, Georgia.

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

Photo courtesy of Melissa C. Williams of Canton, Georgia, a relative of Berry Offutt's wife Mariah Jane Tidwell Offutt.

   


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