Vance8

Transcription: 

Winchester [November 7, 1862]
Virginnia

Sir Gov. Z. B. Vance
of N. Carolina
I Respectfully
ask of you to Have me
Discharged from Military
Duty for I have Bin
in Survise ever Since
the 28 of June 1861 & find
that I am not able to
stand a Soldier Life
I Was Sickley All Last
Winter But I Was Well
& in the 7 pines fite I
Was Sick 2 months after
the fite I Got Well again
& Marched to Maryland
& Went in 2 fites
[page 2]
J. Glover
winchester
7th Nov 1862
thare Sundays fite &
Sharpsburg on Wedenesday
and after Crossing the Potomac
I Was taken Sick and Have
Bin in the hospital Ever
Since and Do not ever e[s?]pect
to Get well Out here
I am only 16 yers of age
or I was Borned 1846 Oct 10
if I Was able for Servise I would
Love to Stay here or I can
Do Good Servise in a hospital
or Something Like that
Nomore I must Lay Downe
Your umble Sirvant
Nov. 7. 62 Jeremiah Glover
Co. K. 4 N.C.S.T.
Capt F. M. Y. Mcneely [1]
company

Footnotes: 
  1. Capt. Francis M. Y. McNeely of Co. K
Date: 
November 7, 1862

Author(s)

Unit: 
Co. K, 4th North Carolina Infantry
Rank: 
Private
Residence (County): 
Rowan County, NC

From

From State: 
Virginia
From Municipality: 

To

To State: 
North Carolina
To Municipality: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

Transcriber: 
Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
August, 2010
Proof Date: 

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