Letter written by Henry Welch, corporal in the 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his father from Nashville, Tennessee, February 26, 1864

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Letter written by Henry Welch, corporal in the 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, from Nashville, Tennessee, on February 26, 1864, to his father, Luther Welch, of North Hebron, New York: a machine readable transcription

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PAGE IMAGE                              Nashville  Tennessee (Nashville, Tennessee)
                                                            Feb. 26 - 1864.
Dear Father (Welch, Luther)

                              I received your kind letter
nearly a week since but have neglected
to answer it until now. I have nothing
to write about. all I can say is that
I am in good health and getting
along after the old sort. the war
news are good. I think this war
will soon be over. probably ther (there)
will be one hard fought battle
but I hardly think there will be
more than one real hard one.
have not heard anything from
Philo (Philo) yet. in fact have not heard
from any one latily (lately) for letters
have been scerce (scarce) with me.
I am still at my old place
the weather is warm and spring
like. ecuse (excuse) this short letter for I
realy (really) can't write anything else my
love to all please let me hear from
you soon


                              from your Son
                                                   Henry Welch (Welch, Henry)

direct as formly (formerly)

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