Bleckley3

Transcription: 

Camp near Weldon N. C.
Jan 3rd 1864
Dear Father I drop you
afew lines in answer to
your letter which I recd
the other day I was glad to
hear from you and hear
that you was all well
though I had come to the
conclusion that you all
had forgotton or forsaken
me as I had recd no letters
from you in so long a time
I had determinded to rite no
more until I recd aletter I
have no news of Interest to
write you at this time no more
I remain your son &c
Wm, L, Bleckley To Father
To Charles Bleckley
[page 2 or other side of previous page]
Weldon N, C,
Jan 3rd 1863 [1]
Dear Mother I write you
a few lines in answer to your
to your wellcom letter
which I recd the other Day and
also to give you my obigations
on return thanks rather to
you for the Box of Provisions
you sent me as it came in
a verry good time as all such
[do?] I have no news to write
which could be interesting
to you I am talerably
well at this time no more
I remain your Son affect
W, L, Bleckley To
Mother, Ann Bleckley

Footnotes: 
  1. mistake for 1864
Date: 
January 3, 1864
Collection: 

Author(s)

Unit: 
Company I, 49th NC Infantry
Rank: 
Private

Recipient(s)

Other: 
Father of Franklin, James, & William Bleckley
Other: 
Wife of Charles Bleckley & mother of Franklin, James, & William Bleckley

From

From State: 
North Carolina
From Municipality: 
From County: 
Halifax

To

To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 
Catawba

Transcription/Proofing Info

Transcriber: 
Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
July, 2010
Proof Date: 

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