Apr 25th 1863
My Dear wife i
will drop you a few lins to let
you no that I am well at this
time an I hope it may find
you an all the rest the same I
want to heare from you the worst
sort for I have not had a
letter from you sence I got back
I have no news to write to you at
this time we are at the same
Place yet you must write to
me for I want to heare from you
I wrote to you an to youre Paw
an to my Paw when I got Back
an I have not got a letter yet
I have made youre mother
a wring an cut her name on it
you must give it to her an tell
her an youre Pa an Babe howdy
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for me an tell Fanny howdy for
me an all the res of my foks
i will send you Some buttons
to go on youre dress I will
Close by saying I Still remain your
loveing husband untell dath

T W G Inglet
to his love Martha A Inglet

Martha A Inglet

I no that i do love her the best of
eny thing in this world

write soon my dear darling

April 25, 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: 
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