Oct the 25 1863
Dear friend an wife I
take my pensil in hand
to let you know that
I am tolleable well I have
the diarer and head ake
I recived your leter datd
Sept 19 1861 on the in Side
on the out Side oct the 17
I Started you a lter oct 18
I git all yours
you wanted to know were
to Sow oats Sow the Stock
grond in the field welch
and the best of the Stock
ground where where the
oats was last year
wheat wher I told you
about govement wheat
and cor[n] do nothing
without tha[t] I tel you
tha must have it
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then write to me
about hiren Nat I think
if you cant git know one
elce to hire hire him I dont
think much of it i Stated
in my last leter you wil
See I am on post writing
on my ne Seting flat on
the ground half mile
from camp if you hant
gut rufness a nuf by a load
of hay try mack Stafford
our Sick men is all abu??>
beter but greer S Ca
is up an agoing
Dont p the corn two
green Nuthing more
pece Be unto you all
anrite Soon let me know
the Nuse R. C. Caldwell
to Wife M J C

October 25, 1863


Co. C, 10th Battalion North Carolina Heavy Artillery
Residence (County): 
Cabarrus County, NC


Residence (County): 
Cabarrus County, NC


From Note: 
Not Listed


To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

Andrea Cudworth
Transcription Date: 
November, 2011
M. Ellis
Proof Date: 
December, 2011

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