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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 g
one who suffered no casualty was a member of the band.
The first battle it was in was the First Manassas, July 21st, and afterwards it was in all the battles of Pickett's Brigade and Division to Sailor's creek, where its organization was broken up, nearly every man having been killed or taken prisoner.
At the reorganization of t allant.
Looking at it now, after a lapse of years, with calm reflection, I think I may say, no commendation given by writers concerning this celebrated charge of Pickett's Division has ever exceeded the truth.
Thirty years after the surrender, as far as could be ascertained, there were surviving of the 145 men of Company G, sc