Straws Burgh va
Nove 14th 1862
Dear wife i have rote to you to day an Sent
it by Capt Wade but Lut Franklin is
going home to morrow an so i will Send
one by him for fer that you dont git it
dear wife i am well an harty at this time
an i hope to god this letter may find
you all the Same i got a letter from you
last nite an i was glad to heare from you
an all the rest Leiut Franklin is goung
home to get Clothing for the Regt an if
you have got eny thing to Send to me
you must Send it to Belair an all of Co C
things will be Boxed up there an if you
Send me my thing you must put it in a
bundle an marke it to me an when Leiut
Franklin comes back he will bring them i herd
that we was orderd to north carolina but i
dont no wheather it is So or not you need
not to Send me eny thing if you dont want to for i
dont nead eny thing yet i will Send Babe a ring
in this letter i thought i would Send it in
the other one but i furgot it tell meady that
T N Ross is well an fat
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i will Come to a Close by Saying i Still
remain yourse untell Dath
T W G Inglet
to his love
Martha Inglet

November 14, 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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