April the 9 1862 dear wife i take the
pleasure of writing a fiew lines to inform
you that i am well at this time hoping when
those lines comes to sight they may find you
and the children and farth well and doing
well and farther and mother and all the family
Connection the same i want you to come to see
mee as i cannot come to see you i want you to
come as quick as you get this and i want you to
send word omediently to know if Brinkly hopson
wife has started and if she has not started i want
you to come with her and if she has started i
want you to come ahead you must come to
kins ton and in quire for the 7 wridge ment
Co. g. wee are in a mile of the town on the rail
road you can in quire of the conductor at golds
borough where wee are wee might move and he will
know whare wee are i want you to bring mee
all the eggs you have at home and all you can
get in the nabrough hood i want you to bring
mee a gallon of whisky or more if you can bring it
i want you to bring mee some thing nourishing
to eat Richardard is well and gives his respects
to you all i will tell you more when i see you
so i am your beloved husband [1] until death
george Blick expects his sister to come with
you george A williams

[page 2]
My respects to Mr. C. low and family Mr low
i want you if you please to send this to
Mary and send it in haste and in sodoing
you will obliege your friend verry much
George A williams
Mary be shure to bring money A nough to Fetch [2] bring
you and carry you back
yours george A Williams

  1. "x" above husband
  2. "to fetch" written above line
April 9, 1862


Co. G, 7th North Carolina Infantry
Residence (County): 
Orange County, NC


Residence (County): 
Orange County, NC
Residence (County): 
Orange County, NC


From Note: 
Not Listed


To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

Sarah Pasquale
Transcription Date: 
April, 2011
M. Ellis
Proof Date: 
June, 2011

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