Sunday Moring Sept 28th [1862]
Neare Harpers Ferrey
Deare Wife I. Write to Let yow that I. have
We have Moved again we are about mile from the
Place where we was but we went about two miles
to Git there we have got a better Place we have
Got some Shelter we have Put up some raills
and Put some bushes on them it is verey hot days but
Cold nights except the two last nights which was
Warm we sent to washington to Git our napsacks we
Shall Git our drawers My under shirts will
Anser I. Shall not want but one at a time
till we Git in to winter quarters. I. think it would
be safe enought to send a Box but not eney
Thing that will decay verey quick it be some
Time Giting heare there is sutlers but it thakes
a Good deal of money. I. send you a rebel Ltter
How did yow like the other
I. am well as ever
Can the Baby Sit a Lone I. Should Like
see him Good by thll we meet
Aghain James Pratt

September 28, 1862


Co. H, 35th Massachusetts Infantry
Residence (County): 
Norfolk County, MA


Residence (County): 
Norfolk County, MA


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Rachel Flynn
Transcription Date: 
January, 2014
M. Ellis
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