March 27th 1863
to my love Martha
dear wife i got youre letter an i was glad to heare from
you an glad to hear that you was well i am in good health
an i hope that this letter may find you an all the rest the
same dear i have nothing new to write to you you can see
all the news that i have got.. in youre Fathers letter you
dont no how bad i want to see you if i could see you i
would give the world i would not take fifity dollars for
youre Picture for it is the sweetest thing that i ever
saw in my life i kiss it a bout fifty times but it wont
tolk to me you can give this letter to old man George an
tell him to write to me i wrote to you to name the Boy
Alfred Colquett an i want you to do So if it is a boy for
he is my Jenerl i will not writ much for i rote to you
daybefore yesterday give my love to all tell molly that W H
is well i still remain youre Sweet hart until dath
to Martha A Inglet T W G Inglet
to Miss Fanny
miss Fanny i was glad to heare from you an to heare
that you was well you can See all the news in this letter
that i no of you must rite to me every time that mat
does you must take good care of my old sweetty an i no
that you will for i no that you are a good old
fanny i wish that weding had a happened that you
spoke of ed nes ses that it is a dam lie rite soon my
love to you as ever a frind T W G I to his frind
Fanny Talor

March 27, 1863


Company C, 28 GA Infantry
Private; Corporal


Wife of Thomas Inglet
Family Friend 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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