March / Apr 6
Dear wife i got youre letter this
day an it was dated the 29 an i
was glad to heare from you an
all the rest of the famley an
more over to heare that you all
was well this leaves me well at
this time an i hope to god that
this will find you all well an doing
well you Sed for me to rite to you
if i was eny closeter home i
am now at raperdam Station [Rapidan]
the hole division is heare a wait
ing for trains to take us to
richmon va an then we will
go fifty mils down James river
to yorktown to meat the yankey
tell all the famley howdy an
give them my best respts an tell
them to rite to me Capt Crawford
an Leiut Hill got heare today
an the capt brought me the Socks
an gloves that you Sent to me
you must do the best you can
tell i git baack god bless you an
all the rest turn over
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tell mother that i got her letter
an was glad to heare from her
an all the rest hand this to
her Dear mother i was glad
to heare from you an i hop
this letter may find you well
tell Pappy howdy for me an
tell him to do the best he can
dear mother you give me
good advise but you dont no
what kind of a life i have
to live it is a harde matter to
do rite in Such a place as
this dear mother you must
excuse this bad riteing for i
am a riteing on my nap sack
besid an old oake tree look over
this Short letter tell Salley young
that her Brother Asher is ded
an tell A M Ross that tom
is well an harty yourse truly
T W G Inglet to his mother
dear Martha i will do the best
i can an i want you to do the
same to my love Martha A Inglet
from T W G Inglet rite Soon

April 6, 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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