Camp Near Richmon Va June 11th /62
Dear cinde love and
companion I take the I received
your leter on the 29 ulto [1] I was
glade to hear from you and to hear
thate you was well I am well
at this time hoping when thes few
ln lines comes to hande it may finde
you all injoying the same blesant
we hade a fite here a boute
6 m: from Richmon our rigmente was
in it ther was sevel kild an wou
-nded ther wasonte non hearte in
our conpany we whipe them out
we air exspecting a fite hear
ever day thes will be a fite bige
fite when it comes off
Bill is sicke with the yellow Jander
he is at richmon was not in the
fite we have verry bade wether
it rines ever day ther is bin sevrl
large rines with then
I hav note much news to rite
of importance to communicte
rite when you git this for I have
not [got?] a leter from you cince I
have bin hear I wante you to hear
from you the worst cind
[I?] want to see you an the children the
woste cinde I think of you an the
the children when you rite how
[??] the cildren air giten a long
[page 2]
I will setel abote Tom brooks
is ownen me when I come back
I will sende you money enofe
live on I cente you ten Dollars
by K A Armstrong you muste
rite when you gite this wheter
you gote it or not I recieved
you an the Children hair that
you sente me I was glade
to gite it So I muste to close
youer Affecunate Husban
J V fuller to
E Elithabeth fuler

  1. 29th of May
June 11, 1862


Co. H, 4th Mississippi Infantry and Co. C, 2nd Mississippi Infantry
Residence (County): 
Itawamba County, MS


Residence (County): 
Itawamba County, MS


From State: 
From Municipality: 


To State: 
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Transcription/Proofing Info

Heather Messick
Transcription Date: 
April, 2014
M. Ellis
Proof Date: 
May, 2014

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