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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

Roseltha_Goble_Diary_1867_174.pdf

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NOVEMBER, MONDAY 11, 1867.

Elder Patton went home Pa and Ma went to Brantford. busy making head Cheese. Mr Clark called. Very tired at night

TUESDAY 12,

Snowed a little last night very cold to-day. Mrs Bastedo and her School went to Woodstock to get pictures taken. Newton went with one of the teams. late when they got home all vey cold. Churned and otherwise vey busy to-day.

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