Untranscribed 1862




Thursday 27 Thanksgivin day
the col marched his Reg
right and left wing into towne
made a fine afternoon
the church could not hold
1/2 of the Reg invited to dine
with an Elder but refused
returned to Camp in good
order 5 or 6 men put in the
guard house for refussing
to go to church receied a letter
from home and wrote home
today visited the sick of the
left whing Capt Mauzer
spent some time in my tent
to night seen a letter from
Doct Carters
Friday 28 Recd a letter from
Moll Montihons and one
from Charles Pecock visited
the left whing and there
(?) wrote to my Daug Mary
Moll Montihons and Charles Pecock
my health very
good for which I am
thankfull in my tent
righting until after 10 oclock
at night then retired

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Daug Mary Moll Montihons Check\genealogy for spelling.


I believe these are 2 different names: Daug Mary and Moll Montihons (sp?) Refer to the first line of the entry for Friday 28, "Recd a letter from Moll Montihons."