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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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And came home from johns, troughton and wife to tea fetched the cloth 50 yds pair her $6.25

31 tuesday wind NP clear Drawed staked 436 Dan split stakes

April 1874

1 wednesday wind JW clear to john learns get the wgon fone moan to hills got hungarion seed after mon to john to john learns ann to hills

2 thursday in SW clear Drawed staked 166 fane moon Dan spilt stakes gether w sap after noon father and mother to diner philip learn and wife to tea john finch and randall her at night

3 friday in NW snoe cold boiler sap dan split staked randall and jane event to lymass williams barr and wife berty to tea.

4 saturday NW cold drawed wood & load for moan sawed blackes aftre moan dan to help. pair W Cagams $14,60 Randwall home at night jane away home.

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