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The Brunswick Guards. 123

William Orgain.

William H. Poynor, killed at Gettysburg.

R. H. Prichett, dead.

William Peebles, dead.

James A. Riddick, lieutenant.

Benjamin L. Riddick, dead.

J. J. Rives, dead.

J. Royal Robinson, dead.

John J. Rawlings, died in prison, Elmira, N. Y.

Dr. J. A. Robinson.

John H. W. Robinson, dead.

W. J. Steed, died from wounds.

William E. Stith.

B. A. Stith, wounded at Gettysburg.

L. A. Scoggins.

G. A. Short.

B. B. Saunders, dead.

E. W. Travis, dead.

James A. Traylor, dead.

W. F. Thomas, quartermaster, dead.

E. R. Turnbull, quartermaster, dead.

W. H. Venable, dead.

W. A. Vaughan.

H. M. Vaiden, lieutenant, dead.

B. J. Walker, wounded at Gettysburg.

John Wray.

John L. Williams.

L. Fenton Williams, wounded at Seven Pines; killed at Gettysburg.

Woodruff, lost sight of.

William Young, died in service. H. E. Young, corporal, wounded.

PERSONAL.

I will mention several of the members of the original company, viz:

Jamas A. Riddick was the only member of the original company who ever held a commission after it was disbanded and placed in Company H, 53rd Virginia Regiment. He was elected lieutenant and made a capable and efficient officer.