Camp Near Pocataligo
Destrict of Beaufort
March 17 day 1863
Dear wife
i take my pen in hand
dis sabeth moning to tel
you that i am well and
i hop when these few linds
Coms to hand may find you
all in good helth i reseved
youer kind leter yistaday
wich gave me grate pleser
to hear that you was all well
you sad that you was A bout
to [???] git me [??] frum the
army but l[??] you now if you
Com [???] but i hope that you
Can i think that if you Cood
[???] A for[??] and [???]
Cline to [?????????]
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that you [Cood?] git me and [but?]
i dont now if the will since
it er not you wod beter
git sum body that nows sunen
A bout it i wod be mity
glad to git home i have
not got nothen new to
rite at dis time V are
looken fore A fite ever
day but i hope that V will
never git in a nuther
fite the wether is giten
warme hire the woods is
giten grene hire at dis
time i Come to A Close [??]
asen you to rite sun as
dis Coms to hand derct
youer leter to Charldson 46
46 rigment NC trops
W P Cline
to Mary C Cline

March 17, 1863


Company K, 46th NC Infantry


William P. Cline's Wife


From State: 
South Carolina
From Municipality: 
From County: 
From Note: 
"Camp near Pocotaligo"


To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

Brett Young
Transcription Date: 
March, 2009
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
July, 2009

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