Dalton12

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1861
December th 11
Manassas Camp Wig fall

Deer fother i Seat my Self
Down this morning to
let you now that i am
well and all of the boys is
well and when this comes
to hand i hope hit will find
you all in joy the Same blesing
Pau i hante got a let ter from
you in too or three weeaks
Hit looks like you all have
quit ri ting to me i hante got
Mutch to right but wee air
ex pect ting a fight enny day
wee caught three yan keys
night be fore last i can tell you
tha look mean
Mother i have nothing mutch
to right mother i was
vax i nated the other day
to keep from having the
Small ox i have nothing
Mutch to right i mus come
to a close by Saing fiar you
well right as Soon as this
comes to hand A. H. Dalton
to Mr S. Dalton
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lis I hante got mutch to
Right you but i hope wee will
Meat again lis i want you and frank
And reck to right and tell all of
My friends to right
Mother I will Send you a peas
of the house that oal george
Washing ton was mar ried in
Reck i want you to right you
All have quit riting i will send
you this letter and if you Wonte
Right i will quit tell Sys and
Aron to right and bet tie and coger
And tell all of my friends to
Right to me
I must come to a close by Saing
fair you well dear brothers and
Systers i hope we will meat again
the cannon is aroring wee air reddy
to Start to the field at enny moment
A. H. Dalton to lis and fannie Dalton
A. H. Dalton A. H. Dalton
[added at top of page]
A. H. Dalton A. H. Dalton

Date: 
December 11, 1861

Author(s)

Unit: 
Co. F, Infantry Regiment, Hampton Legion
Residence (County): 
Greenville County, SC

Recipient(s)

Residence (County): 
Greenville County, SC

From

From State: 
Virginia
From Municipality: 

To

To State: 
South Carolina
To County: 
Greenville

Transcription/Proofing Info

Transcriber: 
Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
July, 2014
Proof Date: 

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