Head quarters } Ala..May 25th. 1861
Fort Morgan
Mr James.H..Miller
Deare Father I now take
the pleasure of riting yo a few lines to inform yo
that I am well at present and a doiing verry well at
this time and hoping that this will find yo inJoying
the same I received the truk to day and all was right
for I neaded them bad enough we are all a geting very
tiard of this place and but their is a good deal
of excitement here now but we cant tell much
a but it yet Some thinks we will all be dischar[?]
about the 15 or 20 of July next when Congress meets
or will be into it up to the handle and I hope
it will be one way or the other but we all thik
that they will be peace maid by that time and all
of at home though I am very well Sattisfied
My Self I am as harty as I evry was in my life
and more So I am as hevvy and way more
than I ever did 1.54 lbs is my weigh now I
want to Come up home a few days in the
Coars if a month or so their nothing more of
interest at present tell all howdy So more at
present }
yo must rite to me often and tell mary [1]
to rite two dyrect the letter in the Cear
Capt. G.W..Foster } yores with respect} Wm.M.Miller

  1. his sister, Mary J. Miller
May 25, 1861


Co. C, 2nd Alabama Infantry
Residence (County): 
Monroe County, AL


Residence (County): 
Monroe County, AL


From State: 
From County: 
From Note: 
Fort Morgan


To State: 
To County: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

Heather Cook
Transcription Date: 
May, 2011
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
May, 2013

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