VA Chiserfeel Co June 11 1862
dier wife i take my pen in
my hand to let you now that
i am well hopen When thies
fue linds coms to hand may
find you all well i resevd
youer leter that you sent to
goldbore last weeke And it
gave me much pleser to hear
that you was well i er
Abot ten miles from p r Cline
hearde from him he was weell
he went thrue that batel safe
J h summit i dont now if he
has got thrue er not but i
hope that he has will Moos
has went to compney we
and rolo bost has com to our
compney it is bad wether
hire it rains ever day niler [1]
and the mudy is hafe leg
deep you may now that it is
[page 2]
bade dowing hire we er
specten A batal hire ever
day i wod as sune fite as to
stay hire we liv like dogs
not hafe nufe to eat the
hafe of our time the have
been fiten ever sence i have
ben hire but we er Abote
ten miles frum the batel
gond their is sume of our
men left all A long the rode
sum at goldbore sum at peters
burg but theire is nune dide
out of our Compney i must come
to A close by sayen to you rite
to mey remember me on tel
deth and i will you i wod like
to see you one time more
Direct you leter to PetersBurg VA
in care of Capt Boste the 46 reg
WP Cine to mary C Cline N C St troop

  1. nearly?
June 11, 1862


Company K, 46th NC Infantry


William P. Cline's Wife


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Transcription/Proofing Info

Duane Gilson
Transcription Date: 
March, 2009
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
July, 2009

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