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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867


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APRIL, TUESDAY 23, 1867.

Snow melted and gone Rachel Miller married Elder Patton here to tea Alonzo came on the 8 oclock train evening. Pa fishing. Mr Barkis here all the evening looking ofver the S.S. Class books. Making out the yearly Report. 11 when we retired.


A cold day Snowed nearly all the afternoon Alonzo went home. Washing day. Vey tired. Mr Nelins to tea. Dora is not going to School this week. she is not well 4 years to-day since Brother Alfred died in Washington D.C.

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