Mr. A. R. Shipman Camp 1st N.. Cav.
Feb 1st /.64
Dear Sir
I reced. those papers you
Sent Some Days seince but am not able to settle your
Sons buisness yet. as the final statement will have
to be sent to the 2nd Ouditors Office at Richmond
in Order to draw his wages that was due him at
his Death. I have the note for his horse which
I will collect so soon as Lt F[???]m returns to the
Regt. & convey the same to you by the first suit-
-able opportunity. I want to get home some time
this winter, if I Do It will be a pleasure to me to
Settle up with the 2nd Ouditor at Richmond.
The boys are all in very good heath & have most
excelent quarters. There is nothing of Interest in
this department I believe
Jackson Stepp & KuykenDall are doing very well &
in fine Spirits. My Respects to your family & friends
I am your Obt. Servt
T. L. Matthias
1st N.C. Cav..
A.R. Shipman
P.S. I have not hear any thing from
Polk Shipman in Some time.
Let us hear from you again

February 1, 1864


Residence (County): 
Henderson County, NC


From State: 
From Note: 
likely near Richmond


To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
November, 2008
M. Ellis
Proof Date: 
November, 2008

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