June the 19 1862
Dear Farther I received your letter
and was very glad to hear from you all
and was glad to hear that you all was
well I have left the horse pital I had the
mumps and thay sent me to the horse
pital I am now with my company
I am well at this time and hope theese
few loins may find you all in Joying the
same good Blesing we are in sight of the
enemy we give them tobaco for Coffee
and whiskey the pickets is not aloud
to shute at each auther we are on the
meder Bridg Road to ward hanove
Cort house I have no neus to write to you
all my love to you all and to my
in quireing friends and be shore to give my
love to Mary Francies and tell her
that I will come arround some of theese days
I shall come one of these like in to a [???]
at night I have nothing more to write
to you all at this time John L Hard
is well and sends his love to you all I must
Bring my letter to a close by saying I remain
your affechate son and tell Death

We are on the Road to ward
home and I exspect to come
to milford Depot
Look Sharp we be a long
after a while
W T Hart

June 19, 1862


Co. H, 47th Virginia Infantry
Residence (County): 
Spotsylvania County, VA


Residence (County): 
Spotsylvania County, VA


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Transcription/Proofing Info

Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
January, 2013

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