Letter from Robert C. Caldwell to Mag Caldwell, May 4th, 1864

May, the 4, 1864

Dear Wife

I Seat my Self this morning to answer your kind epistel which found R.C.C in good helth By the great Blesing of God truly So,,This makes thre leters I have sent M.I.C Since I returnd to Caswell I receved one by S.S. Caldwell from you before this one I think you had beter by that wagon if you can Ambers Stafford Started home this morning I told him to come and See you furlows has Started again I think Sum of our mes will get home

Well, Mag, R.C.C hant got much to write to you of impart only I am well that is the best nuse I can Send you I am Sum times working and Sum times Standing guard I just came of gard and got your leter and read it and Sat down and answerd it So I was glad to here from you all especly from Mother tel hur I will write to hur Soon I think you dun righ not cinin[note] McGines paper let him go to the war thats is where he ot to be

Nuthing more
R.C.C. to M.I.C.

Letter from Robert C. Caldwell to Mag Caldwell, May 4th, 1864
Letter from Robert C. Caldwell to his wife Mag Caldwell. Robert is serving as a private in Company C., 10th Battalion, North Carolina Heavy Artillery near Wilmington, N.C. He tells Mag he is well and that he has sent her 3 letters since receiving one from her. Robert asks about his mother, and agrees with Mag not signing a paper for one of their neighbors to stay out of the war.
May 04, 1864
Original Format
12cm x 20cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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