Bleckley7

Transcription: 

[this letter is in a different hand than his previous letters]

Camp Stokes Near
Greens borough
Dear Father Nov 15 / 64 N.C.
I pen you a line this morning in
hast I am tolerble well I hope
this my find you all well
I have sent a petition by L. B. Abernethy
as he Leave here this morning & if you
or no one has not goton up on
befoe for me I want you to take
this one to Capt Bridges & aske
him to get Signers to it for me
& then I want you or Some one to
take it to Newton & have the county
Seal to it & get the Enrolling officer
to Sign it & Sind it to General
Homes at Raleigh N.C. & I
think I can get home as a Farmer
But if Capt Bridges Cannot do so for
me I want you to get some one else
as soon as you can for the sooner
the Better I cannot write much more
but I will in a few Days I Close
your Son F A Blakly
[page 2]
N B. I would Like if Some of my
friends would go before a Esqr.
& make affidavet to the petition
as it would be still stronger
F A B

Date: 
November 15, 1864
Collection: 

Author(s)

Unit: 
McLean's Battalion, NC Light Duty Men

Recipient(s)

Other: 
Father of Franklin, James, & William Bleckley

From

From State: 
North Carolina
From Municipality: 
From County: 
Guilford
From Note: 
"Camp Stokes" near Greensboro

To

To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 
Catawba

Transcription/Proofing Info

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

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