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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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6 Sunday wind W clear cool To 2 Church Wolverton preached David Barber and wife with us john finch and Siss to diner To prayer meeling at night

7 Monday wind SW clear Mowed fore noon Raked and Drawed in 1 load in the shed after noon Barber and wife and Ann To john Learns here at night

8 Tuesday wind W Rain fixed Barn brdge to church meeting at night Barber and wife here

9 Wednesday wind W cut hay fore noon Raked and put up after noon Ann with barbre and wife To London. Spot cow to Bull

10 Thursday Wind W rain{M Drawed in hay 3 load 1 in Barn 2 in shed to Belmont at night with D Barber got chees 6 lb? 10 cts Dyer

11 fryday wind W clear Drawed hay in barn 5 load lot james Camble have lumber 2144 feet D Barber went home celem stayed

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