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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1913-1914


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Mon Sep 29. Fine and very warm. Aunt Nellie went to Toronto. Uncle took a stroke and Hemorrhage of the brain.

Tue Sep 30. Fine and warm. Uncle still unconscious, spoke a few words.

Wed Oct 1. Fine and warm. Uncle much the same.

Thur Oct 2. A damp East wind. Uncle passed away about seven O'clock in eve -

Fri Oct 3. Fine day and very warm.

Sat Oct 4. Fine and warm.

Sun Oct 5. Fine and warm.

Mon Oct 6. Fine and warm. Uncles funeral left the house at 2 O'Clock.

Tue Oct 7. Fine and warm, sitting out all day. Aunt Lizzie and Annie left. Mr. Orr and Ethel called also Dr. Johns.

Wed Oct 8. Fine and still warm. Mrs Rupert called. Ida Clarke here in eve. Auntie washed. warm enough to sit out.

Thur Oct 9. Fine and warm. I went to Toronto. Annie here in afternoon.

Fri Oct 10. Fine and quite warm. Cleaned upstairs. Mrs Clare also Tom Farr called.

Sat Oct 11. Fine untill noon it came a good shower and freshened things up a little. Willie Cook came in the afternoon. Aunt Nellie and Willie at Richmond Hill in the evening.

Sun Oct 12. Dull and cool. Willie and boys here for dinner. Mrs Wiltshire and girls here to call.

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