How to Honor a Brunswick County World War I Veteran

    1. View the list of Brunswick County WWI Veterans.
    2. These names will be available on the website in various sorted lists such as alphabetical order, by service (Navy, Army, National Guard, etc).
    3. You choose one (or more) to sponsor and send a donation.
    4. A certificate will be sent via email for you to print and frame, as well as an image of the soldier’s service card.
    5. Your name will be listed on the website as honoring that veteran.


Brunswick County recruits from 1914
Courtesy of Jane B. Henry

We hope to have all veterans honored through your donations. Any additional funds will be added to continue the stabilization efforts of the Fort Caswell Rifle Range. Subscribe or visit the website often to follow progress throughout the year.

 The Centennial year of World War I is upon us. The rifle range is the only freely accessible structure in Brunswick County that remains of the war.

This year is the perfect time to thank and honor the men and women who fought in World War I from Brunswick County.

“Our dead are never dead to us, until we have forgotten them” – George Eliot