[1] Camp miners hill

October 2 tt 1862
my Dear mother i recived
your leter on the first of oct
and was very glad to here from
you that you was well and
harty i am well at present
hoping these few lines may
find you and becky White
and the rest of the fox [2] the
same state of helth and
you Can send me som
tobaco i will tell you how
to send it you will get a
box and put it in and then
you Can put some more
things in the Box fore me
and then send it to me
by express this is the Direction

Washington DC
[page 2]
Emaniel Ditzler Washington
DC 122 tt rigtment P V
Cornal Franklin in Care
of Cap Amweg Comp I
and let me now wether becky
White got the lete that her
brother sent her John Flick
and i did not send nothing
more but my pants and
whe did not get the Bounty
yet and dont now when whe
Shal get it and the rest
of the boys are all well at
no more at present
but still remain your
son untill Death

Emaniel Ditzler
[page 3]
rite as soon as you get
this leter

  1. Ditzler served with Daniel Boyer in Co. I, 122nd PA Infantry
  2. fox = folks
October 2, 1862


Co. I, 122nd PA Infantry


Name Variant: 
“Dear mother”


From State: 
District Of Columbia


To State: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

M. Ellis
Transcription Date: 
November, 2012
M. Ellis
Proof Date: 
November, 2012

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