144 Brunswick County WWI veterans have not yet been honored

We have been hard at work with Daniel Norris from Slapdash Publishing on the book we plan to publish this year, Brunswick County in the Great War: Preserving the 1918 Fort Caswell Rifle Range and the Legacies of the Men and Women Who Served

The book covers the history and preservation of the rifle range, and includes profiles and snapshots of the courageous men and women from Brunswick County who served in WWI and have been featured on this website for nearly three years.

Please help.

Included in the book is the list of Brunswick County WWI veterans. Alongside each name is the name of the generous supporter who honored that veteran with a donation. As the thermometer on the right side of the website shows, 574 veterans have been honored, which leaves 144 with no recognition. Please consider donating any amount to honor the remaining 144 Brunswick County WWI veterans.

Click here to donate.

Note: All of the members of Friends of Fort Caswell Rifle Range are volunteers and receive no compensation. After publishing and printing costs, any remaining funds will be used to continue the mission to preserve the Fort Caswell Rifle Range.

Snapshots will continue soon. Meanwhile, enjoy reading about a recent rescue at the rifle range. Also read the State Port Pilot article here. Thank you, Emma!

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