S.. C Pikens District December the, 4, 1861
Mr. W.. T. Martin Dear sir I received your kind to
Day whitch gave me great satisfacton to here from you
that you was well and well satisfied I hope those fiew
lines may Cam to hand in due time and find you still
enJoying the same state of health sir I have nothing
of importance to relate to you that wood interest
you to read at this tim only the healthe of the
people is general good as fare as I know I Can Say to
you that Mr. E. H. Cox and Mary Harden is marred at
last and grany and nancy is both left Hom and goin
to Towns Vill to live with her daughter they was
maried last Sund was A week Ago Ashberry has lef there
two and gon to mr brookes to live I must bring
my fiew lines to A Close as I have no pape we Cant
get mor paper nor invelopes attale you must rite
son to me and give me all the news I wish it was
so that you all Could Com Hom A Christmas
and be together at Parties and see the Pleasure and
enjoy ourselves together as we have don before
I wish the last yankee was dead and you all was
at hom where you Could enjoy youselvs so
well together I Can Say to you that mr ira
myrs and miss Sally Miller is maried
I will Say to you Mr James Dixson wife was
buried yestrday she died last sunday morning about
9 OClock with the fever give my love and
best respecks to all inquiring Friend and except the
same to your self tell Mr A, P, Dalton that I hav
not herd from him cince he left heir you must
excus this bad rote and spelt leter so rite son
withe out faile so good Bye for this time
yours troule and respeckfully
H T Reeder To mr W...T Martin

December 4, 1861


Residence (County): 
Pickens County, SC


Col. F, 1st Regiment, Orr's Rifles, South Carolina Volunteers
Residence (County): 
Pickens County, SC


From State: 
South Carolina
From County: 

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Jennifer Fields
Transcription Date: 
October, 2008
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
November, 2008

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