March the 19th 1863
My dear Wife i
Will Write you a few lins
to let you no that i am
Well an harty an i hope that
this letter may find you the
Same my dear i have nothing
new to Write to you at Preasant
only We are under auders to fall
in at a minutes warning
dear Wife tha faught all day
day before yesterday but i have
not heard the perticlers a bout
it yet i Saw in the Papers
that a large force of the
yankees had cross the river
fifteen miles a bove us the guns
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roared all day like heavy
thunder i no some of our Poor
Boys got hurt but i hope
god was with them my dear
this may be the last letter that
you ever will git from me but
i hope not i hope that the
lord Will be With me in battle
an at all other times my dear
i have nothing much to write
you must give my love to all
of my folks an tell them that
i want to see them all an i
want to See you the Worst Sort
an i hope i will See you
before long Give my love to
Miss Fanny an tell her to
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Write to me ever time that you
do an tell all the rest to Write
to me dear Wife i have not
got a letter from you in 2
weakes an i want to get one
the worst Sort i Will Close
by saying i Still remain youre
loveing husband untell dath
T W G Inglet
to his love Martha A Inglet
tell Molly that W H Little
I Well an fat

March 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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