Nov 18 1862
Camp Near Kinston N. C.
Dear farther And Mother sisters
Brother I seat My self this Eavning
to write you A few lines which
will inform you that I Am well
And I hope these few lines will find
you All well I have nothing new
to write I have Drawd My Money
And I will send home 70 Dollars
And Jasper King is going to Send
20 Dollars in with Mine And I
want you to Send Nancy King
twenty Dollars if you pleas
I will send it By David Engram
If you get it I want you write
to Me for I will want to heare
I want you to pay My Dets And
then use the Rest if you want
it I wanted to Draw Martins But
they saied they Could not unles
you Artharised him to pay out to
Me if I Could have Drawed
it I Could sent it to you so
I will Close that Subject our
Boys is All in tolarble health
granl[?] Elison Come Back from
the hospital this Eavning
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I want you to write to
Me All the news I will send
Mother And lousindia A Book
the Seconed Bathle of Manasass And
you Can tell Something About what
I have went through I want Elib
to write to Me what Jeff Hallam
owes him he ses he will pay it to
Me So will Close for this time
As Mr Engbram is going to
start give My love to All Enquir
friends Jasper King is well And
sends his Respects to you All
J T. Stone is well So Farewell
write Soon I Remaind youre Affechon[??]
Son And Brother till Death
G R Barkley
to Farther Mother sisters
And Brother one And All

November 18, 1862


Co. D., 18th South Carolina Infantry
Residence (County): 
Laurens County, SC


Residence (County): 
Anderson County, SC
Residence (County): 
Anderson County, SC


From State: 
North Carolina
From Municipality: 


To State: 
South Carolina
To County: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

Andrea Cudworth
Transcription Date: 
May, 2012
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
December, 2012

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