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Collumbus Ohio April the 20th 1862

Dear wife and little children
I embrace the opertunity of writing you a few lines in order to let you noe where I am. I am now at Camp Chase neare the citty of Collumbus Ohio. I and some of our officers arrived here the 1st day of March all very unwell at that time. H. P. Earley dide March the 2. The rest of our company has all got well but myself. I have not bin well since I got here. Tho I am non-improving hope I will soon be stout again.
My dear companion and little children I shall not attempt to tell or describe how bad I want to see you. I hope however, the time pray not to far distant & when I sall be taken home to remain there in peace. Tho I am in a very comfortable little room plenty to eat and of a good quality. Dear father & mother take care of my little family tenderly also yourselves. My love to you all as I am sending this note in Lietenant Rays letter I will not attempt to write much at present as it is difficult for it to ever cross the lines. I am your most affectionate husband till death Thomas T. L. Farmer

Thomas L.H. Farmer (First_Last)
Regiment Name 26 Mississippi Infantry
Side Confederate
Company G
Soldier's Rank_In Sergeant
Soldier's Rank_Out Sergeant

Marietta Rifles (raised in Itawamba & Tishomingo Counties, MS)


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