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William Thompson Diary, 1842-1847

William Thompson Diary handwritten 1841-47 103.pdf

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D{!?} {George?} Watson {Illegible}


Jan 21 {Farming?} 2 {luais?} to Hamilton

25 2 {poor?} {T?}

Feb 13 8 B? {Ashes?} to {T?}

{Stone guard?}{Illegible}

1844 {Illegible} 5.18.4 1/2

Dec 31 By {Sloic Am?} to {Illegible} 5.17.3 1/2


June 21 Cash or {Illegible} 2.10.


July 9 {Illegible} {to me?} {Illegible}

P {Kashner?}

G? yw? 1845 G

3.2 July 14 {Illegible} {I.?}

25 G

{Aug?} 20 {Harris?} G

{D?} J.C.W {Daly?}


feb 4 To 28{13?B?} 38lb. wheat c 3/1 1/4{Illegible} 4.9.6 {Illegible}


1845 To Cash {Illegible} {8 Sep?} 2.11 Nov By {Illegible} 2.11.2

Sep. 20 To {Hamingtum?} Hamilton

{bew?} {Illegible} 3/1 1/12 {am?}.19.6

{Dec?} 31 {Illegible} 1.8.9

{Lady Mickle?} 2.11.2

{Daly?} Mickle 1845


Dec 23 {Illegible} 15.4

{Illegible} 15th

12 {ham?} {Illegible} {GB?} {Illegible} {3/1} 13.1 1/3

1846 {Illegible}

Jan 14/14 {Illegible} Hamilton {$?}12 {Illegible} Cash 13


Dec 31 By {Now?} {Am?} To this date 3...{T?}

{Illegible} Am {Illegible} 1.8.9

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