28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry

1861 - 1865

Pictures - Company C

Pvt. Needham William Morris
Company C, 28th Georgia
Needham William Morris enlisted as a private on March 1, 1862. The December 31 1863, roll (last on file) shows him present. He was born January 17, 1819 and died June 16, 1902. Needham was married twice. He had 11 children by each wife. His sons, Christopher C. Morris, John B. Morris, and Thomas R. Morris also served in Company C, 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. He is buried in the Marvin United Methodist Church Cemetery in Martinez, Georgia.
Photo courtesy of David Butler by permission of Betty Morris Campbell.

Envelope from
2nd Cpl. T.W.G. Inglet
Company C, 28th Georgia
Envelope is addressed from "T.W.G. Inglet Co. C 28 Reg. Ga. Vols." to "Mrs. Martha A. Inglet Berzelia Columbia Co. Georgia" and is postmarked "GUINEYS VA MAY." T.W.G. Inglet enlisted as a Private on September 10, 1861. He was appointed to 2nd Corporal on August 1, 1863. Pension records show that he was wounded in the left hand, necessitating amputation of two fingers, at Cold Harbor, Virginia, on June 27, 1862; and again in the right foot at Darbytown Road, Virginia, on October 7, 1864. He was furloughed from Jackson Hospital at Richmond, Virginia, in 1864, and was in an Augusta, Georgia, hospital at the close of the war. He was born in Richmond County, Georgia, on February 27, 1839.
Photo courtesy of Greg Wright.


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