Camp “6” N. C. Troop
June the 2 /63
My Dear Sister
I for the first time seat
my self to drop you a few lines to let you
know that I am well an hope this may find
you and family in the same state of
helth I hant hird from Isham in some
time I dont know how he is in fact I hant
hird from him a few days after the fight
he come saf which I was glad to here and
I recon you was pleased mutch beter
I hav nothang to write you of any
inportants at all only the boys is
generly well there is no sickness in
camp worth talking about I can say
there is a beter time a coming but I
cant tell how far off neither how I will
live to see it but with the will of God
I hope I will be spaird to see that time
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Sister I want you to write and let
me know hoo is making a crop for
you if any person and all about it
I hope you will live in faith and not
give up for trouble of mind for there
are many for I no some of them
my self but I can under goe as mutch
again for a peciful lif
I wish I was there to go to Mt puisgy
church to see all of my frinds I rather
her D. W. Dav[?] preach than to have
a discharge for I am thinking it
would do me good give the children
my love also the neighbors I hird that
Miss Mildred Yates was goin to get
mairid I hope that hant so for I
dont think any body out to mary
till pece is mad I must close for
the presant Pleas write soon
affectionatly yours G. T. Beavers

June 2, 1863


Co. I, 6th North Carolina Infantry


Residence (County): 
Chatham County, NC


From State: 
North Carolina
From Note: 
Camp "6" N.C. Troop


To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

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

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