Nov the 18. 1864
Dear Husbin
I take the opportunity this eavning
to drop you afew lines we are all well and doing
tareble well and hope when these few lines
come to hand they may find you well and
doing well I have no news of any great
importance The people is Generler at this time
I am very sorry to Write that Haywood Wright
and gid Clayton is boath dead Haywood dide
at Point Lookout I am a geting along with the
work as good as I culd exspect I made a very
good croup of corn as nice as I ever saw I have
butafull hogs at this time the largest of
any purson about I Received two letters from you
this morning one Barring date oct the 10 the other
oct the 24 I have Ritten to you Severl times
but it seams as if you haven got them I sent
some money in them I will enclose one dollar
in green Back to you it will help you a little
to pay poastage I must bring mi few lines to close
Write as soon as you get this letter
no more at present from your affection Wife

James Zimmerman M. A. Zimmerman

November 18, 1864


Name Variant: 
Full name is Martha Adaline Zimmerman; goes by Adaline
Residence (County): 
Forsyth County, NC


Co. D, 57th North Carolina Infantry
Residence (County): 
Forsyth County, NC


From State: 
North Carolina
From County: 


To Note: 
Not listed

Transcription/Proofing Info

Andrea Cudworth
Transcription Date: 
October, 2010
M. Ellis
Proof Date: 
November, 2010

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