Near Bunker hill
Oct 11 this 1862
Dear wife i Seat my Self down to let
drop you a few lins to let you no that i am
well at this time an i hope to god that this
letter may find you an all the rest in good
health i have got to my company i had
to march 112 mils Wm.. H.. Little is bad off
an he is in the hospital at winchester i have
not Sean him ned has ben Sick but he is
better & dinnes is in our Company tha
have put T N Ross an Kelley in to ranks
an Dinnes is our wagenner times is Still
at this time we got 9 or 10 killed an wounde
in the fight T Perren H holderfeld an T Luke
got kill Shepperd B Autry & Bud Blitchington
wounded an too or three mising an one
more that i fergot neadom marres [1] wounded
Capt Crawford Ses if he Sed eny such a
thing a bout me he dont no it i dont
no how it will be a bout me Coming home
yet Capt Crawford Sed i ort to a Staid
you must rite Soon an rite all the news to
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me an Direct youre letter in Care of Capt
Crawford Winchester va tell all of the folks
to rite to me an give my love to all an
receive the gratest parte for youre Self
rite how Ib and Hester is giting a long tell
youre Farther an mother howdy for me an
tell them to rite to me nothing more
at this time onley i still remain yourse
untell dath
T W G Ingelt To his love
Martha A Ingelt rite Soon
my Dear god bless you

  1. Pvt. N. W. Morris
October 11, 1862


Company C, 28 GA Infantry
Private; Corporal


Wife of Thomas Inglet


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"Bunker Hill"


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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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