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Letter from Marion Brooks

[Son of William R. Brooks I]"

Location unknown.

Written from Marion Brooks to his mother on September 18 probably 1864.

"Sept 18

dear friends

i take mypen in hand to let you knowthat i am well as comossd [?]
we are heare to work i have
much to do the old doctorsais that he will try to
ceap us our time out
ifhe does we will neads [?] sea [?]a reabble [?] for we will camp
duty if we stay hear ihave got a good job ahanle goods the bois is
well and carion [carry on] so thati canot hardly rite so that i will
not rite much tellwilley to take care of his topie and when i come
home i will fech hima preasant you nead an
trite to me till you hear
from me agone for i
do not know whare to
direct to from

Marion H Brooks

to Jane Brooks and all