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Recited from memory by: The Thinker

The author writes:

Yes, Major Garth Theodore Wilmington IV definitely served in the Army during that time period, all details pertaining to him have been accounted for. What a lot of readers seem to have missed but others have caught is, "What's the deal with 1st Lt. Reginald Victor Wilmington?", after all he's not appeared on any of the published Wilmington family genealogies*. Well, I did say that he's absent from the published genealogies...

* And before anyone else brings this up, remember that the Wilmingtons are one of the only two major aristocratic families in Europe that've been verified to be without any blood-ties whatsoever to the Brasebys by the beginning of the 20th Century. The others are the Habsburgs, BTW.