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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929_014.pdf

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Sunday visits

Oct 2 {name too faded to read} + Douglas Dinner

" " Marguerite + Jack Dinner

Nov 20 Mrs Galloway called

Dec, 4th Helen + Mary Rodrick

Dec 11th Alex + Marian


July 19 Ken {Beatrix?} tea

26 " " tea

March 4 Gertie + Douglas Dinner

" 18 Louis Watson

" 25 Isobel Scott

April 8th Bob Thompson Norm Reid

" 29 Jack + Marguerite

May. 6 Annie Laurie

" 13 Jack + Marguerite

" 20 Marian {Evans?}

" 27 Jack + Marguerite + Baby

Alex + Marian

Gertie + Douglas

June 8 Mr + Mrs Woods Douglas + Mildread stayed for tea


May 5 12 butter myself

May 12 28 lbs. 21 Doz. newton & me

May 19 27 lbs. 16 Doz. eggs. myself.

May 26 28 lbs. 23 1/2 Doz. eggs ma & me

June 2 15 lbs. 16 Doz eggs. myself.

June 9 31 lbs. 16 Doz. eggs me & me.


April 22 The Mission Band had two quilts done at the Church


Sept. 6. Della & Dorothy started H. S.

July 31st Mr + Mrs {name faded?} called & mill Hay for {den?}

1927 Jan, 23 Marian Evans

Marian Forman

Sunday Douglas + Gertie

Visitors Isobel Scott

Jack + Marguerite

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