March 16th 1862
My Dear Wife I take the
oppotunity of Writeing you a few lins to let you no
that i am well an i hope that this letter may find
you the Same Dear Wife i have nothing new
to Write to you only i thought that i would
Write to you as i had nothing else to do to
Day i Would have ben on gard but it Snowed
last nite an i dont have to Stand i Would
have ben on yestidey but i got a Pas to go to
See Ned an he Come home with me an Staid all
Nite With me he looks verry bad he is atriing
to get to our company an i expect he Will after
a While We are all a giting a long fine if it can hold
out an i hope it will We we likeed to had
a fight this morning G W Campbell an Dave vinson
the Capt made me tak G W Campbell off in to
his tent i am in as good hart as ever i was
in my life the War Will Close i think this
Sumer i hope it will if.. it does i Would be the happy
Tom that you ever Saw in youre life you
must rite to me soon for i have not herd from
you in Some time you Can give my love to all
an tell them that i want to see them all
i Will close by saying i Still remain youre
loveing Tom untell Dath T W G Inglet
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heare is some of my Set back hand Write
i am triing to lorn it if i can
Mrs Martha A Inglet

March 16, 1862


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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