Murphy1

Transcription: 

The State of N C Lin Co April the 26 1863

Dear husBand
through the Kindness of god I am again
permited to drop you those Lines in
answer to your Kind and affectionate Letter
which I received in due time it founde
me in good health and this Leaves
me in good health and the children
allso and I hope those few lins may
reach you in good health you wanted
to Know about getting you off I have got
the promise of a paper and I will do all I
can to get you off and if I get it I want to Know
whether I will send it to you or not and I will
send it to you as quick as posible your sister
Saly said for you to write her a letter
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she is sick and has Bin sick evry sins me
and you was there Before you started
I heard from her yesterday she is worse
you wanted to Know whether any Boday
had helped me about plant my corn
H F procter Laid off the old feild fer me
I want you to send your Letters without
paying for them and I will pay for them
when they come Margret has got a letter from sidney
he is at Fedrick Burg Hugheys negroes is to Be
Hung the 22 day of May there where they
Kiled him there is a Big wedding to day
Mr Hardy Lay and sarah Ballard I want to
see you verry Bad I will pray for you
But you must pray for yourself and not
wait for me to pray fer you you told me to
Kiss all the children I did so so I must
close fer this time so good By wright soon
To me I remain your affectionate wife until
death Manda E Murf to D W Murf good By

Date: 
April 26, 1863

Author(s)

Other: 
Daniel Murphy's Wife

Recipient(s)

Unit: 
1st NC Artillery (10th Regiment State Troops)
Rank: 
Private to Sgt.

From

From State: 
North Carolina
From County: 
Lincoln

Transcription/Proofing Info

Transcriber: 
Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
August, 2011
Proof Date: 

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