Culp1

Transcription: 

Camp Johnstones Brigade
Aprill the 28 /64
Dear father i seat My Self to drop you
a few lines to let you know that I am
Well and hope those few lines May find
you all Well they ant iney neuse in camp
worth your attention We ar still
in the same plase yet We hav had
Marchen orders for some time
But We hav not [??] yet an i
Wood not Be Suprised if Wee Wod
Stay her a good While the hant Ben
iney fiten Mouch out her yet
But i think the Will Sune
But [??] Bee fore long But i [??]
We Will not git in to hit an if
do get in to a fight i hope i shall
git thru safe and not get hirt
i shood like to Bee at home to see
you all an help you to work the
farm i hope it Wont Bee long
till this War Will end
an We all Will all get home
once More to Stay
[page 2]
But i am fraid it Will
i am fraid it Will Bee a good While
Bee fore it is over Som Say that
this Will Bee the last Sumeres
Campaign an i hope it Will
So i hant got iney neuse to right
they [???] i Shall hav to Close
for this time rite sune an give
Mee all the neuse so i maust
Bring My leter to a Close
So I remain yours
affectnent Sone un till death
J. P. Culp
I hav Been
vaxinated in the
arm an it is don
fine it is rite smart sore

Date: 
April 28, 1864
Collection: 

Author(s)

Unit: 
Company B, 20th NC Infantry
Rank: 
Private

Recipient(s)

Name Variant: 
Father

From

From Note: 
"Camp Johnston's Brigade"

To

To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 
Cabarrus

Transcription/Proofing Info

Transcriber: 
Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
June, 2010
Proof Date: 

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