Montgomery Springs Va April 8 1864

Mrs C. C. Jimison
Dear & affectionate
Wife I once more resume my seat for the
purpose of droping you a few lines to inform
you my wereabouts I have returnd
to montgomey springs again. I come
here yesterday I went from to
Abington & they sent me to Emery & Henry
& then to this place I will state
to you that my health is not as good
as it was when I lift home Hopeing
that these few lines may find you
improved some also the ballance of
the famly well, I would like very much
to hear from you all soon, I can
not tell when I will get to come
home they have assigned here at this
Hospital for treatment, I want you
tell James Boynett I want him to
com & see me and bring something
to eat for there is not much here to
eat, I want you to bring me some
pies & buiskits & any thing else exept
meat I dont want that
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Tell him h had better come Horse back
& try and get here on next wensday
be shore and come that day, The Board
sets on that day an it might be
posible that I would get a Furlough
on that day. I havent any news
of interest to write at present
write soon soon & give all the
news that is stiring write often
therefor I will bring my short
letter to Close by saying I
still Remain your affectionate
Husbond until Death
John Jimison

April 8, 1864


Co. G, 37th Battalion Virginia Cavalry
Residence (County): 
Franklin County, VA


Residence (County): 
Frederick County, VA


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Transcription/Proofing Info

Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
February, 2014

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