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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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5 fryday wind NW clea to james Shirk paid $5 john Denis paid $5 for the preacher got from A Ravy $ 8 helped D Morne to plow after noon with the 2 Teams and Randall

6 Saturday wind NW clear put up sowed corn fore noon To covnant meeting after noon W Marsh way put in Deacon. paid W Marsh for the preaches $24

7 Sunday wind SW Rain To 2 church Wolverton preached john Denis and wife and Magy Black To Diner jane Stevenson ja Alen to Tea Randall to Church Robert Learn To Diner

8 Monday wind SE clear To swamp got posts fixed posts after noon Randall cut sowed corn Turned. on. clover the cows and cattle

9 Tuesday wind SW cool clear to ST Thomas with posts and Trees 7 cherys 5 plums and 1 aple set Them Randall cut corn

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