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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_165.pdf

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Saturday, October 26

Weather Mostly Fair

Men picked apples all day

Market day Produce from farm

Cream 20 {illegible}

Eggs 21 dz

Cider 13 gal

Apples about 20 {illegible}

Laura came up for a while in afternoon.

Took Bill to Sheet at night

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Sunday, October 27

Weather Fair. Strong winds a little cooler attended church in morning Mr Barns of Markham took the service.

{Cut off by newspaper clipping} in for a basket of apples

while in afternoon

Y.P.S at night

an adress on Well

{Newspaper Clipping}

Pavillion, to Mr and Mrs W. Ross Strike (nce Eloie Classelman), bowmanville, a son. 09

=== WALKER === - On Monday, 26th March, at the Wellesley Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Walker, a daughter. 09


=== BAXTER - MAXWELL === - On Saturday, March 24, 1928, at Deer Park United Church, by the Rev. Dr. R. P. MacKay, Elizabeth daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Maxwell, Locust Hill, to Mr George Baxter, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Baxter, Agincourt 09

=== INGS - ATKINSON === - On Thursday, March 22nd, at the Presbyterian Church, Richmond Hill, by the Reverend C. A. Mullen Aileen Alfreda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Atkinson, Richmond Hill, to Mr. Jasper Harold Ings, B.A.Sc., son of Lieutenant - Colonel A. E. Ings and Mrs. Ings of Prince Edward Island. 09

=== McCONNELL - THOMPSON === - On Saturday, March 24 1928, at Davenport Road Presbyterian Church, Toronto, by the Rev. J. A. Hilts, Lena, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson, 46 Highview Crescent, to Arthur Pearson McConnell, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McConnell, Toronto. 09


=== BEATTIE === - At the residence of his father and mother in the Township of Binbrook, Harold Winford Beattie, the son of Harry and Martha Beattie, aged {cutoff} years.

=== BEER === - On Monday, March 26, Olive May, beloved wife of Gordon S. Beer and eldest daughter of Thomas F. and

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