Orange Cort House va march 24th
Dear ma
I take the oppunity this
morning to ancer youre letter
which Ihave just Reviced
Iwas verry glad to here that
you was all well I cant say
that Iam well I have got the
worst coal i ever had in my
life we have left centerville
we air falling Back we have
march 85 miles and we air
not half done marching yet
we have got to march 250 miles
farther it is mity hard on
us we had to Burn up Every
thing that we had and I have
not got any Pants nor Socks
well the fact is I have not
got any clothing at all But
will get some in afew days
[page 2]
I have not got any thing of
importence to write to you
you stated in youre letter that
you wanted to know if iwas
wiling to help you Pay for
the land or not I will Pay
for the land my self and
give it to you when you
write again let me know
whether guss Wimberly has
Paid the first Pay ment on the
land or not it is Due now
and it ought to Bee Paid
I want you to get my Account
and get mrs Jeter to colect
them for you I think that thair
will Bee money aplenty to
Do you til I can come home
you can have all the money
at youre will guss Wimberly
has got the Account I will
come home Just as soon
as I Can get off
[page 3]
you must do the Best you
can I will come to a Close
you must Excuse Bad writing
for I had not got any thing
to write on But my Oald
Boot Botom
write Soon
Direct youre leter to Richmond
in care of G. W. Wimberly va
Captin of Company K 11th
Regiment ga volinteers
John .A. Everett

March 24, 1862


Son of Jesse H. Patience Everett; Brother of Thomas H. Everett
Company K, 11 GA Infantry


Wife of Jesse H. Everett; Mother of John A. and Thomas H. Everett


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Transcription/Proofing Info

Andrea Cudworth
Transcription Date: 
May, 2012
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
November, 2012

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