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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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18 fryday wind S rain Took D Barber and wife and Margret Cullver To The Cars for home fore noon Drawed 3 load of hay after noon

19 Saturday wind NW Rain Drawed hay in drive Barn 5 load 1 in Barn Randall Took jane home at night pide cow to Bull

20 Sunday wind NW clear To 2 church Wolverton preached. To W Bass To Diner james Learn and W AugusTine Adaline gracy and jane Stevenson to Tea. Randalls horse Ran away

21 Monday wind S clear Drawed in 4 load of hay Peter Tutnam Set up Mashine. Calista picked cherys Randall took his Bugy to Belmont to get mended Midge hefer To Bull

22 Tuesday wind SW clear cut and Bound wheat Mrs Tralon here and Mrs foster and Ed for cherys let james Camble have joies156 for $2,49 cts not paid

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