Sunday 1 Ocl[ock?]                 the
Camp Hardee nere Savannah Sept 28 1862
Dere Margaret I Seat my self
to rite you a gane I have Just got in from
off Pickett I fell very drowsy with the
exception of that this leaves me well Gore
is a fixing to Start home & I thought
I would rite to you John Causy has
Just arived from home I exspected
a letter from you by him but I did not
get it I would have bin glad to have
herd from you I rote you that
I sent you fiftey dollars by John maxwell
but he left before I noed it I send it by
Manning Gore if you I rote to you to
send the brandy in your trunk but after
considering a bout it you have a box
a Substanel box made and put it in
that I think that would be the best
I dont care if you send ten gallons
in sted of five I think it will come
safe Send Sum White Ash Roots & Cherry
and sum poplar Barks in the box so if
tha get it the Dr can clame it as a box of
medacin be sure & send it I rote you
that the report was that we was ordered
to vir but I have not herd any thing
more about it as such I dont think
thare is any thing of it so if you Could
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send me sum apples like them you
sent me I can sell them at 40 cts
a dosen Just as fast as I could count
them out I will send you
sum oranges by Gore them that
I rote you I had roted this morning
I got sum shells I will send them
to I will get Gore to carry them to you
any thing that is to eat here will bring
a bout ten prices when you dig
potatoes is you hav any to spar and
will send me a sack acashionly I
can sell them for 4 dollars a bushels
you put the Brandy in a box and have
the rite full so it wont Slosh and
it will come safe I think you
must rite to me ever chance we are
a going down in a few days on a
Scouting party down on Tybee Island
that is [dear?] to yanks and then I will
get sum pretty shells tha say thare
is Lots down thare you put the paper
on the box I sent you tha have
Caught John Frost I do not noe what
his sentance is assoon as I here I will
rite you you must excuse bad
writting and spelling for I had to do it in a
hury So fere well for this time
yours as ever AJ White

September 28, 1862


Company C, 30 GA Infantry ("Campbell Sharpshooters"); Bank's Partisan Rangers, 21 GA Cavalry [summer 1862 only]


Wife of Andrew J. White


From State: 
From Municipality: 
From County: 
From Note: 
Camp Hardee


To State: 
To County: 
To Note: 
Modern-day Fulton

Transcription/Proofing Info

Shiloh Peters
Transcription Date: 
July, 2012
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
December, 2012

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