Brandy Station
March 13th 1864
Miss Em. Barrick
Kind sister
I take the privledge this sab-
bath morning of Penning a few
lines to you in answer to yours
of the fifth which I received a
few days ago and was glad
to [??????????????????????] [1]
but I want you to tell me in your
next letter what ales Pap you
have been writing He was sick
but never wrote what was the
mater We have had a great
deal of [snow?] for the last week
but is verry plesent this morning
Well Em I have good news to
write this time J H Gurney
has His discharge and will
bee Home soon and He says
He will go to see my sister
Evry so you can prepare
Em so you cna prepare for
Hiew Beamer yesterday and H
says He has had the small pox
but is a bout over [t??] [now?]
the Boys in the company are
all well and ready for [??]
march as soon as called on
but if the weather stays as
wett as it has been the Army
cant move for a long time.
[page 2]
Em. I am glad to hear our
Township has raised Her
quoto of men why did you not
send Martin Ch[????] to our
Regt. I would love to See some of
the Boys from old Carroll Co
come and join us but I suppose
they are all gone before this
I Have nothing of importance to
write so I close for this time
Hopein to hear from you
soon. your brother
E Barrick

  1. Damage
March 13, 1864


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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