Letter written by George W. Pearl, private in the 117th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company C and F, to his parents of Clinton, New York, from Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1864

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Letter written by George W. Pearl, private in the 117th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company C and F, from Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1864, to his parents, George A. and Marsha C. Pearl, of Clinton, New York: a machine readable transcription

PAGE IMAGE Point LookoutM.d (Maryland) (Point Lookout, Maryland) .
Nov 11th/64
Dear Parents

I send
you my Physognomy (physiognomy)
and freiend (friend)-- Wilson. H. Terry (Terry, Wilson H.)
that I have spoken
of before in my letters.
I recd the bbl of apples
Election day. It is a
good thing that they
were sent by Express
for if they had been
sent by freight they
would have been all
rotten before I got them as they were
badly roted (rotted) as it was
This leaves me in good
health, and hoping it
will find all at home
the same, I remain your


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affct Son,

Geo W. P (Pearl, George W.) .
Geo. W. Pearl (Pearl, George W.) To G. A. & M C Pearl (Pearl, George A.) (Pearl, George A. (Mrs., Marcia C.)) (Pearl, Marcia C. (Mrs. George A. Pearl)) P S

Tell Aunt Janette (Janette (aunt))
I am very much obliged
to her for those currants
as they make quite an
addition to the tast (taste) of
my pies, cake, &c. I recd
a letter from Fannie Taft (Taft, Fannie)
yesterday stating that Mr Hennyan (Hennyan (Mr.))
was dead
Love to all
G W Pearl (Pearl, George W.)

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