Camps in the mountins of va
June 21st 1863
Dear ma
Itake my pen in hand
this morning to ancer youre
most Welcom letter that came
to my hands afew days ago I was
more than glad to here from
you And to here that you was
all well this leaves me in Excelant
health and I hope it may find
you the Same I have not herd
from brother Since he went
to the hospital I do not no where
he is we have bin marching
verry hard for 1 week we would
march from 20 to 25 mils aday
and it was the warmest wether
that I Ever Saw in my life
thair was Several of Div
dide on the road I fell in
the road and was left but
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I Soon got Over it and went
on after my Regt it was ahard
march but we was obliged to make
the trip to Keep Oald Hooker
from whiping us we stopt
here to day to Rest and to morrow
I expect that we will have
to fight for we air in 3 mils
of the yankies and we will all Die before wel will runn Well
I will have to close for I have
not got any nuse to write to
you I want you to Send me a goud
fine Comb in youre next letter
if you can get it Nothing more
at Preasent Direct to Richmond
in Care of Capt R.R. Fudge
Company )K( 11th Ga Vols

J A Everett
To mrs P C Everett

June 21, 1863


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


From Note: 
"Camps in the mountains of VA"


To State: 
To County: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

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

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