Campbell1

Transcription: 

Montgomery Cty.. Tx
                     Febuary 6th 1859
D K Campbell
    Dear sir and friend
We ar a great distance from each other
but thare is some cords whitch draw
us close . Daniel i Would like to se
you and hav and oald time chat
I landid in galveston on the 1st of Janu 1859
then went to houstan and there remained
four or five days then Went on the
rail road to cypress Sitty then on board
a mustang poney up to montgomery Cty
Whare I got in to buisness Without anny
troubel I spent Christmas on the
Missi Riv and new years day in galveston
I finde the peopel verry friendely and
kinde in evry Respect and the land is
Without anny doubt goo I hav nothing
of impoprtance to Wright I hav not had a
bare fight yet though thare is a greate
many of them hear
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Daniel I Want you to right Soon
and give the points in general
how all the galls ar getting along
how Miss Su particular it is now
getting dark and I Will Stop
Remaining your truly
A N McDonald

P S I Wish if you please to
tell farther to send me the
Fayettevills Observer for 6 months
So that I can see What is going on in
Cumberland

When you right to me direct
to Montgomery Texas
Whitch is the Cty Site

Date: 
February 6, 1859
Collection: 

Author(s)

Other: 
Fayetteville cotton manufacturer
Unit: 
Company D, 51st NC Infantry
Rank: 
Private

Recipient(s)

Unit: 
33rd NC Militia; Company K, 38th NC Infantry
Rank: 
2nd Lt.; Ordinance Sgt. to Sgt.

From

From State: 
North Carolina
From Municipality: 
From County: 
Cumberland

To

To State: 
North Carolina
To County: 
Moore

Transcription/Proofing Info

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

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