Camp nerr orgen Cort house [Orange Court House]
November the 12 1863
Dear wife it is with plesh that
i drop you A few lines to let
you no that i am well hopen
when thes few lines Coms to hand
may find you all in good helth
i resevd youer leter that you
rote to Castel thunder and i
was glad to hear frum you and
to hear that you was to all well
i Can tel you that we have got
back to the regment last
night i got the leter that you
rote to the regment when i got
back you sed in dat leter that
you was sory to hear that i diden
git nothen to eat i wont to now
hou told you that i got nothen
i Can tel you that i got A bout as
much as i ever got in the army
you neden to bleve all that you
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hear if lyou du you will blev
A heap A lies we left richmond
last monday and got to the regment
last night we was three days on
the rode we are now Clocs to
the [?????????] and are looken
e ever day for A fite hire
i got my things that you sent
with H H Calwell i got them in
richmond i Can tel you that
Castle thunder ant as bad as
you mite think it wos it ant
haf as brok as it though it
was Co i must Come to A Close
by asken git you to rite as sune
as dis Coms to hand and gave
me all the news dis you see
remember me and i will you
derect youer leters to riChmond
46 reg Co k in the Care of Capt Bost
Cooks brigate W. P. Cline to M C Cline

November 12, 1863


Company K, 46th NC Infantry


William P. Cline's Wife


From State: 
From Municipality: 
From County: 
From Note: 
"Camp near Orange Courthouse"


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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