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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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28 fryday wind NW cloudy snow to Belmont let Dyer Odle have 21 1/4 {$113 above} bushel of wheat {$386 written below} let Abott have boards 256 feet

29 Saturday wind N clear Done choars to john Learns in the evening charles Learn and wife with us Ann and hariet went to Eds james Learn here at night Randall home at night

30 Sunday wind NE cloudy at home to D Moores in the evening Ann To Eds charley and hariet went home

December 1873

1 Monday wind NE cold to swamp To D pulins to Sandy currys to E Smiths To Diner Randall a way with wire Hanah Learns child Born at 5 oclock in the morning

2 tuesday wid SE rain all day warm Done choars Ann washed Randall away with wife

3 Wednesday wid SW Rain Done choars. Randall home {bound at night written between the lines}

4 Thursday wind SW clear cold fixed fence Randall helped fence blowed Down

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