Brandy Station
Dec 17th /63
Miss Emma Barrick
Dear Sister I sat my
Self to drop a fiew lines
to let you know that I
still remember you I have
not got a letter from Home
for a bout two Weeks but
I hope till this Evening Their
will be about one day [??] for
me. Well Em it is a raining
pretty fast this morning and a
freesing to that is just what
I like to see for if it sets in
wet their cannot bee a move
eny more this Winter and
I think that We can put
down the Rebellion just as
quicl by lay here in Winter
quarters as by marching all the time
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Well Em their is a lotof
Fellows started Home
this morning on Furlow
Orderly sergent of o G
Henderson from Shorets
mill is one of the men so
you can see Hen and He
can tell you how We are a
getting a long if you see Hen
We was to have inspection to
day but it is so wet that We
will get shet of it, and you
may bet that will suit
me for I would Just as
leave set by the fier as
do any thing else
Well Em I will send you
a treat for Newyears but
you will have to get it your
self so you can get just
what you please for the
money I will send fifty
cents I think that will
get all the candy you can
east I suppose you are
a goin to school these
times if you are I want
you to learn fast and be
a good Girl for till I get
Home I want you to bee
able to bee a teaching
your self I have nothing
to write so I will close for
this time hoping to hear
from you [soon?]

December 17, 1863


Co. F, 126th Ohio Infantry
private; sergeant
Residence (County): 
Carroll County, OH


Residence (County): 
Carroll County, OH


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Transcription/Proofing Info

Brenna Womer
Transcription Date: 
May, 2015
M. Ellis
Proof Date: 
March, 2016

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