May, 4, 1864
Dear Wife
I Seat my self
this morning to answer
your kind epistel which found
R,C,C in good helth
By the great Blesing
of god truly So,, this
makes thre leters
I have Sent M, J, C Since
I returnd to caswell I
receved one by S, , Caldwell
from you before this one
I think you had beter
by that wagon if you,can
Ambers Stafford Started
home this morning I told
him to come and See you
furlows has Started
again I think Sum of
our mes will get home
[page 2]
Well Mag, R,C,C
hant got much to

write to you of impor
only I am well that
is the best nuse I can
Send you I am Sum times
working and Sum times
Standing guard I just
came of gard and got your
leter and read it and
Sot doun and answerd it
So I was glad to here from
you all especly from Moth
Mother tel hur I will
write to hur Soon I think
you dun righ not cinon
Mcgines paper let
him go to the war thats
is where he ot to be
Nuthing more R, C,C, to, M

May 4, 1864


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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