James island June 25 1862

I rit your letter yesterday
morning and Cold not Get it done
before the mail left fore the
office and I will Give you
the miss haps of the day on my
Side I was ling on the flour
with all of the boys and I
was ling very Cearless and
my Nea Joint flu out of
plase and it is very Sore and
Sweld very bad I Cant hardly
walk it is just like it youst
to be I am in hops that it
will be well in a fiew dayes
tho it has Stade ketch as long
6 weeks at atime I hope it wont
pester mea that long this time
well Margret I have bin
acting Camersary for the last
two weeks I was appointed
by M, W, Henderson he
Clears mea from all duty
and I attend to it and
nothing els James Culbertson
I expect is at home with
you all he went up the
railrode yesterday from
the Run but I did not
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See him you must
rite wether he Cum
home or not if he
did not cum home
he went to Charleston
to the horse pittle

Margret Box, William I Box
Lulelar Box [Names framed with scrolls]

I must Cum to a close
So nothing more at preset
ondly reman your true
and most loving husband
until death

Margret Box, William I Box
Lueller Box [Names framed with scrolls]

I must rite Sum to
darling Child tell her
to Save papa a Ciss till
I get home and I will
get it and See if She is
Sweet you Say that she
is and I want to Cum
and sea R. Lueller Box

Margret Box William I Box
Lueller Box [Names framed with scrolls]

June 25, 1862


Name Variant: 
W. J.
Co. C, 3rd South Carolina Infantry
Residence (County): 
Laurens County, SC


Residence (County): 
Laurens County, SC
Residence (County): 
Laurens County, SC


From State: 
South Carolina
From Municipality: 
From County: 


To State: 
South Carolina

Transcription/Proofing Info

Bambi Whitaker
Transcription Date: 
July, 2014
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
August, 2014

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