I have a great great great grandfather on the roster of co d, 28th georgia, SW Hillhouse JR. His brother was died in Virginia, Elijah Hillhouse. SW also fought in Mexico in the 1840s as well. His grandfather is Captain John Hillhouse of South Carolina. He fought during the Revolution.
Does anyone know where I can access a online version of "Letters of Tully Graybill ? This Graybill is my wife's great-great-great grandfather and I'm looking for anyone who can direct me to an online resource in order to view them -- it's a surprise for my wife hopefully someone will respond...
Capt George W. Warthen of the 28th GA company F is my ancestor and I would like to see if yall had any information on him during the war. I appreciate yalls time and effort put into this website and all the information you provide for folks like me.
Lt Geo. W. Smith Co. B 123 N.Y.I.was murdered in Jefferson Tx. in 1868 by Nights of the Rising Sun a Texas KKK branch He had been helping former slaves register to vote http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=33086449&PIpi=15075772
This is just to say thanks to all the people that what to see the monument for the 123rd NY but in place it is a Honer to be a part of it. We will look back at this a say we all did a great job Thanks to one and all.
I am posting this for a man who called me about buying black powder. He is looking for a local (Atlanta and surrounding)source for some 4F priming powder for his flintlock rifle. if anyone can help him his email is firstname.lastname@example.org(net). He is only wanting to buy a small amount. Thanks
In 1908, a publication called "National Magazine" ran a short article entitled "Kolb's Farm", written by Sgt. Scott of the 123rd about the regiment in that battle. It is of particular interest to me because Private Patrick Malone, who features prominently, was my g-g-great uncle. He died in Andersonville.... more
Greetings to members and interested parties of the 28th Georgia Regiment. My ancestor was Eldridge Hatcher, 2nd Lt. for Company H. I was doing some research on Lt. Hatcher and came across your site some time ago. I have some information to share on Eldridge Hatcher - and if you are related to Private Stephen New,... more
I cannot find out what happened to Capt. Crawford of the 28th GA Volunteers - not listed as a casualty but family legend has it that he died and left his wife with large family and she sold ginger cakes at a stage coach stop. My GGGF was one of his teenage sons. The family seems to have collectively relocated to... more
My ancestor was Henry P. Wilson, Co. D -28th Georgia. He died in a Richmond Hospital on May 10, 1862. I assume from disease. I am looking for information on the regiment, including their positions/locations prior to that time. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
My ancestor was Henry P. Wilson, Co. D- 28th Georgia. He died in a Richmond Hospital on May 10, 1862. I assume from disease. I am trying to determine the location of the 28th prior to that time. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Looking for a photo of my great grandfather, Jeremiah Jackson Sailor: aka JJ Saylor, JJ Sailors, Jerry Sailors in his uniform. I have no pictures of him at all. He served from 1861 thru 1865 with the 28th Infantry GA.
Hi Folks. met some of you after Gettysburg at the Sharpsburg Vistor Center and at Lexington! All the best from the german 7th Georgia cavalry! Dusty Eisenburg Major, 7th Georgia Cavalry www.cs-cavalry.de
I'm looking for information on John W. Baker from company A. I believe he is the father of my husband's grandfather. I have found one reference to his desertion that states he married a girl from Lincoln County, TN and stayed behind when the 123rd left Tennessee in early 1864. Even though I have seen this reference to ... more