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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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28 Sunday wind S warm to No 7 W jackson preach and to sunday school David Barber and wife and Ann to 2 church at 3 pm Sler preachedjg faucell and wife To diner, john and siss finch james and jane Learn and Miss Godby to Tea.

29 Monday wind N rain picked up aples fore noon cleaned wheat after noon David Barker and wife here john Learn and wife To Tea

30 Tuesday wind W clear To ST Thomas with David Barber got photograph group for $ 1.37 1/2 . To Diner to charles Learns The womin to faucett frost at night

October 1873

1 Wednesday widn N clear to swamp. Randall drawed wood. frost at night

2 thursday wind S clear Drawed in sowed corn and 1 load of corn and went To Belmont To Mill 18 bushel of wheat got from Odle 20lb sugar and 1 lb Tobacoe $2.50 cts got a buck from john Learn

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