July the 22 1864 In Camp Near Kingston tenn Wall Sina as I once more have the privlage of once more of seating myself for to write these few lines to you to let you know that i am still a live and in Good helth and do hope these will find you the same for I am still on the gane and can say for myself that our journey has Ben a hard one so far and what it will amounto i cant say
Harisons Fery Tenn July 4th 1864 How are you Met how and whare do you find you self this fine fourth of July? Enjoying your self first rate I hope. Of course you are. I am well to day and enjoying myself as well as I can up here in the woods I havent been doing an thing to day but fery a few folks across the river. Never the less I have enjoyed my self pretty well because I know I cant help it if I cry my eyes out.
Nelsons Ferry Tenn June 12th 1864 Mett how ar you by this time I am well as usual and enjoying my self first rate I received your kind letter day before yesterday and was very glad to hear from you
Monday June the 6 1864 To L. M. Wiser from A. H. Wiser Dear Wife As I have the time and feel in good helth I will spend the time in writing to you to let you know that I am still her and in pretty good helth and hope these few lines will find you the same onley in better helth than I am
Camp near Waterford Dec 27th 62 Dear Wife & Parents this leaves me well & all of the boys with us I am with the baggage train Edwin Albert & most of Co C & in fact most all of the Cav are after a band of Rebels that came in to Holly Springs & cut our communications off Burnt our stores of Provisions & took all of the sick & some of the well Prisoners but we have made them pay for it. Our men have taken. The report is that 1200 Rebl cav out near Salem they have been out 1 week from camp
Camp Second Michigan July 5, 1862 Dear Add, I am safe. I have not time to say much only that I am well and I got through all right and a tough time we had of it. We had to fight every day for Kearny’s Division covered the retreat. We had to carry 150 rounds of cartridges to last us through.