this the 5 day of febary 1863

Mr Govner Vance I Seat mi Self
to drop you a few Lines to Let you
now that I want you to Tell me
hu or wether the wold Bey eny
Chance of gitting a trancefur to A
nuther Regment or not if the
cold Bey I wold like to now and
if the wold Bey I [w]ant you to
Try and git me trancfurd to
the 42 N C Regment for I wore
I for I are Concript and Braut out
and Put in the 5 N C Regment
whare I had now Relation and in a
Strange Reg I am dis Sadsfide where
I am But if wold Bey eny Chance
I uld like to now I hav Bin in the
wore fore Last Six monte I Come
at the fust Call and I am willing
Serv in the wore tell it ends But
I wold Bey Better Satisfide if
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I wore in the 42 N C Regment
I am in the 5 N C Regment
Copny H in the Care of Capt
Parker [1] if you pleas try and me
transfurd to the 42 Reg and
I will Bey glad James M Linebarier
to Govener Vance
Joshua Eller also wants to Bey
transfurd to the Same Regment
he is in 23 N C whare he
has now Relation in a Strange Reg
Joshua Eller to Govenr Vance

[added by the Governor]
Ansr that the Gov has no power to have him transferred

  1. Capt. George Parker of Co. H, 5th NC Inf.
February 5, 1863


Name Variant: 
Co. H, 5th North Carolina Infantry
Co. D, 23rd North Carolina Infantry


From Note: 
Not Listed


To State: 
North Carolina
To Municipality: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
August, 2010
Proof Date: 

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