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Feb the 10th 1863
My Dear Wife i Will Drop you a
few lins to let you no that i [am?] [????]
[??] Well i hope that you [and?] all the
[rest?] in in the best of health i Would
like to hear from you my Dear for
i have not heard from you in
some time i think you have fergotten
me but i hope you have not you
must rite soon an rite me all the
news i sent you fifty Dollars by
Lut H P Walker an i Sent you a
letter with one Dollar in it an i
[want?] you to rite to me if you
got it or not Give my love to
all of the famley you must
send me youre Picture by Walker
an tell your mother to send
me her [??????] [her?] if she will i will
Pay for it an tell Mother an father
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to Send them to [??????] i
Will Pay feo it i will Close
by saying i Will Remain yours
untell Dath
T W G Inglet
to his love M A Inglet
Dear Wife i had Wrote you a letter to
day an be fore i Sent it off i got one
from you it Come in Henrys i Was
glad to hear that you Was Well i am well
an i hope that i Will Stay So i hope
that you may keepe youre health tell i
get home yours Truley T W G Inglet
Miss Fanny i am Glad to hear from
you an to hear that you Was Well i
have not Got time to Write to you to
Day but i Will Write to you tomorrow
i hope you an Mrs Inglet Can agree
an live together tell i Get home i Still
remain as ever youre friend T W G Inglet

February 10, 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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