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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929_012.pdf

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Helped to unload first car.

Jack Thompson

Will Brook.

Albert Aster

Charlie Hooper.

John {Broson?}.

Feby, 25 It rained + was misty

" 26 It turned very cold + blustery

" 27th It was very cold the second car of gravel came.

" 27th 2 Loads Newton

" 2 " Bob Cook.

" 2. " Charlie Hooper.

" 2 . Will Rodrick

" 1 " John McLunay

" 1 " Bob. Thompson

" 1 Cline Burr

" 1 Harold Cunningham

" 28 2 " Bob. Cook.

" " 1 Rubin Sliver

" " 2 Newton {Broson?}

17 Loads in Second car.

Those who helped unload car.

Albert Aster

Bob Pindar

Will Brook

Will Leathers

Jack Young

Henry Hooper

{Lavern?} Scott

Charlie Hooper.

March 26th John took shingles + roof boards off barn. very hot.

April 7th Ploughed out trench for foundation

" 9 Put up windmill

Mr Brown from Toronto + Ken, Prentice

" 13th The Mason's started to work Mr. Fleming + Hardy

" 15 Mr Mantle came

" 13th Mr Jarvis + man here 1/2 day

" 13 " {Levi?} Hood + Alex went down to the city for Lime.

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