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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

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April 6 The Mission Band had the Quilting here it was a beautiful day.

" 19 It rained + snowed all day, was very cold the ground was all covered with snow.

May 6 Kelley's new hall at Buttonville was opened There were about 175 there

June 30th {Ila?} Weighill had her Recital it was very cool.

" 7 Uncle John fell through the barn floor, the boards were loose and {siffed?} with him.

" 16 He was able to come downstairs himself but was very weak.

July 12th (Sunday) John motored Uncle John Daddy + Ma down to Mount-Pleasant to see Uncle Jim's Monument.

July 14 The S.S. held there Union Pic-nic at {Kew?} Beach

" 28 Harvey Colland + man painted the Barn


Sept 1st Mr Mantle + Fleming came back to finish up

" 7 Mr Mantle Fleming + Handy finished all up on Sat Sept 12th.

" 22 Mr Jarvis + his two men came back to work.

Oct 1st The Carpenter's finished {there?} work complete.


March 29 {initial?}. Brook A. Young + Douglas Hood helped the bots to take down the frame of the house stable.

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