[September 22, 1861]

to my Deare wife
i take the oppotunty of riting you afew
lins to let you no that iam well at this time
& i hope these few lins may find you the
same tell all the folks howdy for me & give
my love to all them i am sorry to whre [1] the
dathe of my papy i hope that i will se you
all be fore long i think i can come home
be fore long hug & kiss ruth & Lucy for
me iam in a hurry for i have to go on
gard to nite god bless you & the babys
i want to se you all tell all of my
folks & yourn to rite to me you don no
how much good it does me to here from
home Wm H Little sends his love to all you
one of our companys leaves to day for
Savanaha Jackson avingers is ther names
i have notheing of iney importanc to rite to you
i am broke up abot a hire pin to pick mi
yere you must turn over when you git her
[page 2]
i must come to aclose so nothing more
at presant but remaining my love to you
un tel dath Sept the 22 this 1861

Thomas W G Inglet

  1. whre = hear?
September 22, 1861


Company C, 28 GA Infantry
Private; Corporal


Wife of Thomas Inglet


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Transcription/Proofing Info

Andrea Cudworth and Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
February, 2012
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
December, 2012

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