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Benjamin Reesor Diary, 1890-1892

M_1977_2_7 Benjamin Reesor Diary 1890-1892_2.pdf

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May 13th 1890 77.2.7a Boys drew 2 loads hay from other place AM Finished drawing off stones at other place PM. W. fine Cler

14 laid up fences at other place & split Pine wood {illegible} for stove till evening I & Henry went to Ceder Gove PM. W. fine, Cool

Ascension day 15 all went to Meeting at Hebron except Adeline & Susanna remarks & sermon on Acts 1st C by Br C. Saml Lehman & family was here & AB's Martha & AB's Came PM W. fine {illegible}

16 A rolled at other place F {illegible} ganged & harrowed root ground H worked 3 yr old she went well W. fine

17 F went to Toronto with Will Reesor's team took load old Iron Will ganged turnip ground with a team H finished rolling at other place A finished plowing Mangel ground Harrowed & rolled at Jake Moyers helped did garden AM W. {illegible} Cool N. W wind

Thursday 18 at home all day . W blowed strong & Cold from east began to rain about noon rained till about 5 PM.

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