Ga Dalton Martch the 6 th 1864
Der wife I will rite you a few more lines I am
well I hope thes few lines may fiend you well
I recv your varey kind letter to day and some paper
and I was truly Glad to here from you and to her
that you was well I want you to rite to me how
Grane genrely sell ther and how mutch you have
Bought I want you to rite to me how the
old lady segars and how Alphas smiths foalks
are a getting a long and rite the news Genrely
how the folks are getting a long in the settelment
I will rite you a few lines and tell you the more if
I should be so forshinet to Get home tell the old
lady segers to rite me one letter ant never have
recied are one from here and rite all the news to
me that you Can both Good and bad I want to
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whether you had you aney frute trees sot out this sprng
ore not i wold like mity well if you Could have a few
sot out any how in the world I would like mity well
if you and zack Could fix and tend half of my land
if not all and manedg the way you think best I will
onley rite you a few lines this time as I hafto send
them both in one invelop and I will send them by
hand tell zack that to Com sell in this time time
mutch of my he Can tend aney aramgments that you and
him Can maik a bout it will suut me I want him to
attend to my buisness the best that he Can and I will
pay him when ever I send money home I want zack
to rite to me fore I know that he has a better Chance to
rite than I have I will Come to a Cloes by saing
rite sune and oftin Willburn Thompson to
Charlotta Thompson

March 6, 1864


Company G, 56 GA Infantry


Name Variant: 
Wife of Wilburn Thompson


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Transcription/Proofing Info

Andrea Cudworth
Transcription Date: 
June, 2012
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
December, 2012

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