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A brilliant record. [from the Richmond Dispatch, March 22, 1896.] the Nottoway Grays (Co. G), Eighteenth Virginia Regiment, Pickett's Division. This company nearly twenty years ago took steps to complete a roll of its officers and men. At general meetings, annually held, the roll was made, the main difficulty having been to get the full names and records of the men who, as conscripts, were assigned to it in the latter year of the war, and who, as a general thing, came from counties not represented in the original company. The company was organized January 12, 1861, with a roll, rank and file of fifty. Of this number there remained with the command thirty-three—the others having resigned or were discharged as unfit for service—during the four years— Of these (33) there were killed in battle,9 Died in service,6 Wounded,15 —-- 30 Three escaped casualty. The company was mustered into service April 21, 1861, assigned to the 18th Regiment, Colonel R. E. Withers, and