Tuesday, January 15, 2013

1862 December 28-30 [Pittsburgh?] Pennsylvania

 [from the diary of John Ward of the 102nd Pennsylvania]

Dec 28th Sunday
I left the Regt
this moringin
got to aquiere
crick Landng

this affternon
left for Washigton
City at [hour not discernable] colack [o’clock]
G[et] to Washigton
City on the
moringin of
the 29 and Was
Paid of on the
30th Day of
December and
left  Washington
City for home
and got home
on the Night
of the 30th
at 2 colack in
the moringin
I Red my Pay
of Weagirs [wages] up
to the time
of my Discharge
$72.85 but no
Bounty or
Pansian  Recd
I was in seperes [service]
16 month and
2 day   Was
Dis Charge at
Camp nere
Falmouth Via

[transcript by Mary Roy Dawson Edwards]

MSS 12913

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