Febuary the [8?] 1865
Belovd wife
My Dear and
I Take the oppertunity
of writeing you A few
Lins in order to Let
know that I am wel
hopeing when this
few Lines reatches you
you may be enjoying
the Same and fother
my hand is getting better
again and we are
putting up winter
qaters again on the
new ground we took
from the rebls and
allso A new fort
and i want you
to Let me know how
it is About the draft
I heard the draft Came
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if it Did Let me
know who is drafted
and i hope Dady wont
Be drafted nore henry
and Tell henry to
write to me once and
i will answer him
respectfuley and i want
you to write often as
often as you posativly
Can i could set down
A whole Day and
Read Letters from you
you know how we use
to write be fore we
wer married and we
ought to write oftener
now you know that
i allways did Like
you and nevr will
fore get you fore you
are the onley one i
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have my mind on
and can put iny
trust in you know
that as well as i
do i want you to
write 2 Letters evry
week I Could set down
and write to you all
the time i have wrot
2 this week and i
will write A nother
one Asunday pleas
write Soon Remember
your Dear husband
fore get him not
But i must Close fore
this time so mutch from
your Dear husband Samuel
Cauller write Soon
Remember me and i
will you all so and
write alarge Lettr
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Dear Louisa and Nora
LouisaCaullerSamuel Caule
Nora suphia Caullr
Louisa Caullr Louisa Caull
Nora Suphia Caulr
Samuel Caullr Louisa Cauler
Louisa Caulr
Samuel Caulr

February 8, 1865


Company C, 107th Pennsylvania Infantry
Residence (County): 
Lancaster County, PA


Residence (County): 
Lancaster County, PA


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Transcription/Proofing Info

Andrea Cudworth
Transcription Date: 
February, 2012
M. Ellis
Proof Date: 
September, 2012

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