Camp Fisher
Jan 19th 1862
Dear Brother I seat my self
this evening to let you no that I saw your
kind leter yestady which giv me grate sadesfactin
to hare that you ware all well an hapy
I am well as ever in my life an fat
as a hog I hant got any thing of important
to write only we are most well there is two
or three sick but not dangerus I dont think
som of the boys has the momps.
I should like to see you all at this time
but I cant com yet but I hope I shal
be Spaird to reach home one more time
befour I die. I was sory to giv sid up but
he is beter off than when he was her in
this troobelsom world I hav a strong
hope for him you sed for me to
let you no if he said any thing about
ding he never sed nothing at all about
it. I think he was willing to go.
He was wated on as good as cood be expected
considering our chance he was not by him
self nary moment during the time of
sicknes, the boys seemed to tak a
deligth in wating on him we sat up
every night which was about 15 or 10
days an nites. I hope Father an Mother
wont greve no more than thay can
help. som of the boys wants to write
som So I wont write mutch at this
time pleas rite to me soon as you
get this yours as ever G. T. Beavers

January 19, 1862


Co. I, 6th North Carolina Infantry


Co. G, 16th North Carolina Infantry
Residence (County): 
Chatham County, NC


From State: 
From Note: 
Camp Fisher

Transcription/Proofing Info

Andrea Cudworth
Transcription Date: 
September, 2011
Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
October, 2011

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