Feb 6th this 1863
Dear Wife i take the time to Write
you a few lins to let you no tha t
i am Well at this time an i hope
this letter may find you an all the
rest the Same i have nothing new
to Write to you at this time
the Weather is bad out hear it rains
nearly all the time an it is raining
at this time We had 25 fights in our
regment yestiddy an 2 in our Com
pany John Dismuke & [??????????] [1]
had a [fite?] [an?] [??????????] him
& Hinry Ward & Hinry Holderfield
had a fight but we [Parted?] them
the Box that you sent By [?????]
he left it in Augusta an i have not
heard from it [yet?] [???????]ng
[the???????????????] give my
love to all an tell them not to forget me
[page 2]
you must tell youre Father an mother
howdy for me an tell them to rite to
me an tell youre Paw that i am
thankful for the Presant that he Sent
to me for is Was the verry thing that
i [wanted?] if i [????] get them
[?????] Come to a Close By saying
i still remain youre husband untel
Dath T W G Inglet
to his love
Martha Ann Inglet

  1. ink very faded
February 6, 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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