28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry

1861 - 1865



Pictures - Company K





Cpl. Amos Moses Proctor
Company K, 28th Georgia
Amos M. Proctor enlisted in Company K, 28th Georgia Infantry as a Private September 10, 1861. He was appointed Corporal. He surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina, on April 26, 1865. Amos Moses Proctor was born June 15, 1842 and died October 17, 1917 in Emanuel County, Georgia,. He was the son of Daniel Joseph Proctor and Eliza Hart. Amos Moses and Floye Elizabeth Medlock, married 11 April 1878, were the parents of Marion "Mae", Louis Samples, William Houser, Claude Mallory, Albert Rabun, Ruth Elizabeth, and Dora Vivian Proctor. Amos Moses Proctor and his wife are buried in City Cemetery in Swainsboro, Emanuel County, Georgia. Amos M. Proctor and Jonas R. Proctor were first cousins.
Photo courtesy of Judy Schrader, great-granddaughter of Jonas R. Proctor.




Pvt. Jonas R. Proctor
Company K, 28th Georgia
Jonas R. Proctor served in the 25th Georgia Infantry, Company E, until it ceased to exist on May 2, 1862. He enlisted as a private in Company K, 28th Georiga Volunteer Infanty, on August 18, 1862. He was captured at Morris Island, S.C., September 7, 1863, and paroled at Point Lookout, Maryland, in 1864. He was received at Savannah River, Georgia, for exchange on November 15, 1864. Jonas was born in Emanuel County, Georgia, on August 9, 1841, and he married Matilda Grimes in 1866. He and Matilda were the parents of six children: Mima Mozelle, Jonas William (Billie), Sarah Isobel, Francis Marion, Ira Walter, and Noah Allen Proctor. A Confederate marker appears on his grave at Hebron Primitive Baptist Cemetery, Garfield, Georgia. Amos M. Proctor and Jonas R. Proctor were first cousins.
Photo courtesy of Judy Schrader, great-granddaughter of Jonas R. Proctor.

   


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