I've got this pretty well figured out, except for the end of the fourth line and the beginning of the fifth line. The signatures are hard to decipher too, especially the initials. This is pretty cool, by the way, because it establishes that the soldier Lt. Ward was in Kenansville, N.C., during the last week in March 1864. That was just six weeks before he was wounded again, after he had returned to duty for the beginning of the Overland Campaign. He would be wounded in the abdomen May 12 when his unit was overrun by Hancock's Corps at the Mule Shoe at Spotsylvania.