Richmond Va June the 11 64
Miss R. L Proffit Dare Cousin
I Drope you afue lines to let you
no I am yet livin an in anser
to your of Some time paste an
I have not hade time to anser
it I am Well as to helth an I
hope this fue lines Will finde you
all Well I have no nuse to rite
More then We are in line of Batle
yet But has not Binn no Regle in
gagement in a Week But scrumish
evr Day an has Binn evr sense the
4 of May an We have [??] had som
hard fits you ma bee shore But god
has Binn With me an has Brote
me thrw safe I recon you hede
hard of you Brothers Before now I
Rote it home But I Will Rite to
you A. n Was Wounde an I hope he
is at home he Was Wound in the
head A. J is aprisner I recon his
Compine is all gon But fore an
thay Did not no What Become of
him I Wante you to rite as soone as
you gite this
[page 2]
Thomas F is Well W Church is
missin the rest of hour Cousin
Was all Rite When I saw them an
I saw all of them sens the 4 of
May We are in 10 miles of Richmond
an in alyne of Batle on Parte of
the olde Batelfeld an I Cante tell
you how longe We Will stay hare
siss Give my love to all my frends
an I Wante you to Pray fore me
I hafe Binn Gratly Blest in this
Ware I have Wante thrw shours of lede
ofton an has saw the young
solgers fall around me an has
not Binn hurte ther fore I thank
God fore his Goodnes so I will
soone Close hopin to hare fron
you soon all tho I have not
the to [?ore] no more
Phillip Walsh
A few lines from L.F. Walsh as I hav the
chanc to inform you that I am Well I
will say to you that I want to hear fron
you Very bad [?????] two letters
[????] I bin in this and So no more L.F Walsh

June 11, 1864


Residence (County): 
Wilkes County, GA


From State: 
From Municipality: 


To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

Andrew Albritton
Transcription Date: 
May, 2010
M. Ellis
Proof Date: 
June, 2010

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