Jan the 9 th 1859
Dear Cousan I recieved your leter yester
day I was glad to her from you your
letr was in the po ofis a good whil be
for i got hit I will tell you a little
a bout my helth an [Seans?] Since I
Saw you am well at this time and all
the rest of the Connection as far as I k-
now Harmon I miss you the Wors in the
World I hav not sean but very litel
fun since you left, well I will te
ll y a bout the [mules?] [????] whe I got
amo[s]t hom She comenst kiking and
runing I jumpt out and had like
to brok my ledg and I kan not
walk without limping sence Harmon
I Sead old Mr Wiloby yesterday and he
Said that he Cant pay nothing on that
note and he sais that you must him
Suid he sais that he has got anuf
property to pay it but he cant mak
a crop with it [??] [and?] I want you to
Writ to me what to do a bout it
and that [quick?] Well I Forgot to
tell you a bout the expncis of the
Jursey it was about 1 Dollar
and a half and I got anuf out of old S[ol?]
to pa it So I must Com to a Close
and you must exus my mistake and bad
Spllinf I wish you
A long long
To William H Life and a
Harden Mery Mery
John T Cook Life untill
you gets y a
[page 2]
I Forgot to tell you to
Write to me and I want you to
writ to me be four next Satarday
for you know that it is our Court
day John T Cook
To Wm H Harden

January 9, 1859


Cousin of William H. Harden


Company C, 63 GA Infantry


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Shiloh Peters
Transcription Date: 
March, 2012
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
December, 2012

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