On board the Steamer Clyde off Fortress Monroe May 20/65 God has again permitted me to come where I can once more address Thee my hearts most precious [ ? ] Oh! Mary Dear what a long long time it has been since I left the Loved One and not one single word have I heard from you since or any one at home.
Military Division of the Mississippi Near Macon Ga May 8 1865. My dear Davidson I have been intending for a long while to write you and give an account of our doings in this part of the country but have heretofore had no opportunity of sending a letter off. In fact I do not know when this will be started, but I will try to have it ready for the first opportunity. I suppose you have seen in the papers some account of our doings if they will allow us a column or two in the same sheet which contains the surrender of Lee & Johnsons.
Hd Qurs 2 Brig 2 Div Cav Corps Macon Ga. April 29, 1865 My dear Davidson By a flag of [ ? ] I am enabled again to send you a few lines. I had intended to have had a long letter ready for you but on account of laziness am, as usual, too late. I wrote you on the 23d inst, but am doubtful whether you received it.
Hd Qrs. 8” Mich Cavalry April 1” 1865 Warner J. B. Capt Comdg Co “A” Requests return of within named absentees to their commands. Re[ ? ] from A.A.G Office D.C. to Inft Hospitals Nashville
H’d Qrs 2 Brig 2 Div C. C. Chickasaw Ala Mch 15/65 My dear Davidson Yours of Feby 26th I received just before we broke camp and started on the campaign. Monday night we started at 2 o’clock and are now here on the south bank of the Tennessee River and as nearly as possible on the line between Mississippi and Alabama.
H’d Qrs 1st Brig 2d Cav’y Div Louisville, Ky Nov 15, 1864 My dear Davidson Nearly two months have passed since writing you, but we have been a great part of the time on the other side of the interrupted rail road communications and all of the time on the march.