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Benjamin Reesor Diary, 1890-1892

M_1977_2_7 Benjamin Reesor Diary 1890-1892_26.pdf

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Dec 1890

17 got home before dinner boys Chored Br S's young folks Br C's Thomas & Ketura JD's young folks & AB's Jesse & Martha were here for supper Br S's Isaac was Married yesterday to Preacher Abraham Rittenhouse's daughter Emma yester they came home today & came here this evening. Br N's young folks Could not come. W. fine & mild

18 H & Adeline helped NB's Kill hogs east wind a little stormy

19 J & H drew some wood from other bush AM Chored & H brought Chop home PM W. Cler, Cold Flavius & Fanny are visiting their Uncles every day our young folks all went to AB's this evening with them A took 10 Turkeys to Coakwells @ 9 1/2 cts & 2 Geese @ 6 cts

20 boys Chored. I & Nancy Susanna Esther & Henry went to Markham PM. W. fine Mild sleighing t{illegible}

Sunday 21 H Adeline & Susanna

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Dec 1890

went to Meeting at Wideman's with Buggy I & Nancy & little ones went to Benj'n Diller's with sleigh Esther went along as far as Br C's W. Mild Cloudy, a shower PM snow going

22 Boys Painted at other house & deepened Cellar a few inches I went to Br N's to Br S's AM & to M Barkeys PM. W. Cler, mild

23 Boys Finished Painting other house & worked a little at Cellar J & F went to a sale in Markham Village PM. W. pretty Cold wind Squaals of snow this evening I & Nancy went to Ceder Grove AM

24 Boys finished Cleaning Cellar at other place I & Nancy & Henry swept Meeting house W. pretty Cold

Christmas day 25 all went to Meeting at Hebron except J. A. & F remarks & sermon on St Luke part of 2nd C by Br C H & girls went to Br C this evening. W. pretty Cold

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DetailSource: Ancestry.com Name: Isaac Reesor Age: 25 Birth Year: abt 1865 Birth Place: Scarboro Tp York Co, Ontario Marriage Date: 16 Dec 1890 Marriage Place: Lincoln, Ontario, Canada Father: Simeon Reesor Mother: Susanah Reesor Spouse: Emma Alice Rittenhouse Save