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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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12 Saturday wind SE clear Drawed hay 2 load cut after noon Ann was sick had Dr Cline here Randall To Belmont at night John Stewart had a cow here

13 Sunday wind S clear To 2 church Celema with me Ann sick Reetch preached

14 Monday wind SW rain cut thistles james Shirk called in the evening and wife

15 Tuesday wind W rain fore noon cut hay after noon and put up. David Barber and Margret cullver came here at night

16 Wednesday wind SW cloudy cut hay finshed fore noon Raked and put up Drawed in 2 load after noon W jackson and wife D Barber and wife and Margret Cullver here To Diner

17 Thursday wind W Rain put up hay after noon Rain at night David Barber and wife and Mary Cullver here Lill and Broon cows to B ut

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