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Transcription: 

Sept the 30th 1864
in camp near wainsberough
dear companion I will rite you a few
lines to let you no that I am well
and do hope these few lines may find
you all well I can say to yoou that I hav
got to my redgment I was 8 day a
getting thar tha did not punish me a
tal tha used me with respect but
tha hant meny of my company
here any more felt is not here tha
Say tha think he was taken prisoner
the 19th of this month tha has ben
lots of our men taken and a heape
kild and our men ses tha was badly
whiped you can tel Mr Hedrick
that I Say faytt and he is well and
harty and has not ben hurt yet
[page 2]
So I will close for the want of time
rite Soon and direct to Richmond VA
the 21th Ridgment in cear of lieutenant
Newsom Hokes old Brigade So I
remain your housband until deth
from Jesse Hill
to his dear wife Emoline Hill
I will rite more next time

Date: 
September 30, 1864

Author(s)

Unit: 
Co. K, 21st North Carolina Infantry
Residence (County): 
Forsyth County, NC

Recipient(s)

Residence (County): 
Forsyth County, NC

From

From State: 
Virginia
From County: 
Augusta
From Note: 
in camp near wainsberough

To

To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 
Davidson

Transcription/Proofing Info

Transcriber: 
Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
October, 2011
Proof Date: 

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