Chapins Farm near Richmond tuesday oct
Dear wife
I Have got tiard of waiting for a
letter from Home and thaught I would
Keep writing so that I would get a lot of
them when they do come there has Ben Some
fiew letters found there way to this Regiment
the last fiew days But they aint for our Boys
for none of us from luzerne has got anny
since we left Philadelphia I guess they
Haint directed Right the next letter you
write direct to Harrison Nesbitt Company
F 203 Reg P V Second Brigade Second division
Tenth army corps By the way of Fortress Monroe
we Have got Election Here to day Hugh Connor
and Jacob Boyer are inspectors for our company
the Shawnee Boys all vote against Bobby Love
to a man they haint forgot his doing all He
Could last Spring to keep our quota from
Being filled I Herd last night that I was
[photograph of page 2 and 3 missing]
[page 4]
that is in the army virginia is fairly [??]
up as far as our army Has went and will
Be cleared more yhet for there wont Be a
House left where our army goes
I must close write soon and direct

Harrison Nesbitt company F 203 Reg P V
2nd Brigade 2nd division 10th army corps
via fortres monroe va

NB I wish you would get me a pare of good
gloves Either Buckskin or good woolen ones
and Send me by male or some other way
But dont send them until I write for I want
to wait until I see if we ever get a male
through to our Reg and as soon as the male
gets to Runing Regular to us then I will write
for you to send them
Harry Nesbitt

October 11, 1864


Co. F, 203rd Pennsylvania Infantry
Residence (County): 
Luzerne County, PA


Residence (County): 
Luzerne County, PA


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Michael Ellis
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