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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929_011.pdf

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April 20th Mr Jarvis + Art Russell were here 1/2 day put door on in the {hilshon?}

April 21st The men were not here it was to cold and wet.

" 22 Mr Mantle + Fleming

" 23 Mr Hardy came

" 27 Mr Hardy was here alone

" 27 Mr Jarvis, Art Russell + Allen Ramer took down last Barn it had been up 50 year's

It was a very cold day

Will Brook

Bob Thompson +

Douglas Hood helped

May 1st The men were not here it was to wet.

" 6th The three carpenters were here + took down north Barn

Mr Rodrick

Henry Hooper

Will {Leathes?}

Will Brook

Alex Young

Douglas Hood.

There. were 21 of us for supper

John stepped on a nail and had a very sore foot for a few days

May 19th Mason's finished the wall.

" 19 John + Newton went up to Ratcliff's for lumber

" 22nd Laid foundation of Barn

Ed. Fierheller

Bob Cook

Ernest Lucas

Frank Hand.

Will Clark

Jonnathan Calvert

Henry Hooper

Jack Ash

Alex Young

Gordon {Leaft?}.

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