Fredricks Burg va Jan 19th 1863
Dear wife i am glad that i can say that i
have got well one more time an i hope
this letter may find you in the best of
health i hope that you an all the rest
are well an may stay so untell i return
home i have no news to write to you at
this time onley the weather is verry Cold out
heare i am on Picket at this time i was
on Post last nite in 100 yds of the Yankees
an i tolked to them an tha to me the
River Frozed over last nite it was Cold
but we Could have a little Fier if it had
not a ben for that i would have froze
to Death we are a looking for a beg ever
Day but if the Yankeys Comes a Cross the
River we will Settle the war for we have
Got the Place forty fide so tha Cant do
eny thing to Save them we Can kill the last
one if tha tri it turn over
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Tell W H Little that i would have rote
to him but i thought he would not
get the letter for i am looking for him
every Day tell him that i would
like to se him an tell him that he ort
to be with me on Picket to get to see
the Yankees an tolk to them as i have
no news to Write of importance i will
Close by saying i Still remain
Youre beloveed Husband untell
Dath T..W..G Inglet To his love
Martha Ann Inglet Give my love to
Farther & Mother an all the rest
an tell them to rite to me
My Brade Come off to Day an i
will send it to you
you must tell Mack an Bill to rite
to Me tell them Plague take it i sa
that must rite to me an rite all
the news to me Good By for this time

January 19, 1863


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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