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The Brunswick Guards. [from the Richmond, Va., times-dispatch, Aug. 16, 1903.1 A roll of the officers and Privates—a list of the dead. The following is a roll of officers and privates of Brunswick Guards, who saw service in the 5th Virginia Battalion, and later in Company H, 53d Virginia Regiment: Captain, D. T. Poynor, dead. First-Lieutenant, George B. Clark, dead. Second-Lieutenant, B. A. Lewis, dead. Third-Lieutenant, Charles H. Wilkes, dead. First-Sergeant, George Claiborne, elected lieutenant in 1862; dead. Second-Sergeant, H. H. Heartwell. Third-Sergeant, A. B. Morrison, dead. Fourth-Sergeant, Charles P. Montague, ambulance sergeant. Corporals. First, J. J. Percival. Second, William H. Michael, transferred to 59th Regiment; wounded at Sailors' Creek, and captured; died at Johnson's Island, Ohio, June, 1865. Third, J. W. Buford, wounded at Gettysburg; dead. Fourth, James T. Lashley. Privates. John J. Bass, dead. J. B.