Mcconnelsburg Fulton County Penn February 23 1865

My Dear Wife
it is with Pleasure that I set
My self Down to Drop you a few lines to
inform you that I am still amongst the
land of the living and futher I am well at
the presant time and futher I hope that when
these few lines comes to hand that it May
find you all injoying the same Blessing and
futher I wrote you three letters and I Dident get
enny answer yet and I wrote father one two
and I Dident get no answer yet we had some nice
fun yesterday we was at chambers Burg and we had
the Band there and a Cople of other Companys and
a Batery of artillery they fired 30 rounds with the
canon and I seen uncle fred there and he is well at
the presant tme he is coocking yet for that squad
there at Chambersburg it May Be that uncle fred
will come a long with me home when I come home
on furlow I wont get My furlow till after
we get Mustard for Pay that will be on the
last of the Month the 25 you can look for me
to come home on furlow the first or the second
week in next Month I think on wensday at
the first of the month there will Be 2 going home
and on the on the Sixt there will Be
two more going home I will come either on the
first or on the sixt of next Month you can
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look for Me thats if nothing takes place
I think on the 6 of the month I May get to come
I Might get home on the 1
the Boys are all well at the Presant
time so no More But still remain your
afectionate Husband Zachariah Bamberger
Dont forget and write soon

Mcconnels burg Fulton County Penn

Zachariah Bamberger
Barbara Bamberger
sonomore write soon

February 23, 1865


Co. F, 201st Pennsylvania Infantry
Residence (County): 
Cumberland County, PA


Residence (County): 
Cumberland County, PA


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Bambi Whitaker
Transcription Date: 
September, 2012
M. Ellis
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