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Muster Rolls of the Virginia Volunteers 1917-1920

The Virginia Volunteers for the period 1917-1920 were the state’s solution to being left without a National Guard during World War I. These men voluntarily joined the Virginia Volunteers organization for service within the state at the call of the governor. When World War I was over, and the National Guard resumed its pre-war position as Virginia’s militia, the Virginia Volunteers were disbanded.

Blue Ridge Guard, Galax, Grayson County, Virginia

Captain-Gordon C. Felts
First Lieutenant-H. Prince Burnett
Second Lieutenant-Chas. A. Reavis
C. Alred
N. Anderson
E. F. Beamer
W. Blevins
E. W. Brim
W. C. Byrd
E. H. Carico
Gene Carico
L. E. Carico
C. Cheek
G. Cooms
J. Dean
W. F. Dobyns
E. M. Dodd

H. Dodd
S. A. Dotson
W. W. Dotson
E. Douglas
H. Earley
K. S. Edwards
R F. GaRlinore
S. E. Gallimore
H. Harp
A. Hale
S. Hale
W. Hazee
C. Heggins
C. Henderson
A. M. Holloway
F. E. Hypes
C. J. Huffman

T. H. Jennings
C. S. Johnson
L. J. Johnson
L. D. Leonard
W. L. Liddle
B. C. Lineberry
A. Lineberry
H. B. Lowe
C. L. Manning
P. Martin
J. E. Mathews
R B. Osborne
L. S. Patton
J. Powers
P.S. Phipps
C. A Reavis
L. Reavis

C. M. Rector
R R Rhudy
C. L Schooley
J. E. Smith
J. C. Spevllin
D. S. Stone
J. E. Todd
R B. Todd
G. O. Vaughan
N. M. Ward
R. C. Warden
C. M. Weatherman
M. H. Woodson
Rex Wright
R. F. Wright
T. N. Wright
D. Young