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William Sunter Diary, 1912-1914

Sunter_1912-1914_42.pdf

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December Sunday 15 1912

Moderately fine weather, not at all cold, but not much sunshine, John Webb + wife + daughter started off for home some where between 2 + 3 oclock this afternoon. they carried out poor Bella (Mrs Webb) and placed her in the buggy, she is very helpless, and so very unlike what she has always been we think she has enjoyed her visit fairly well. Mr + Mre John Roszel drove along before the Webbs were off and their mare took the place in the stable that their horse occupied. they are staying over night with us. Willie McKenzie put his mare into the drive house till after church was over. so that we had a pretty full stable for awhile. {W.R.M.} John Webb + wife + daughter gone home to day John Roszel and wife came on and staying over night. Willie McKenzie here also.

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