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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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5 Saturday {in?} S cloudy {"Rain" written above}

to springfield for Randall an wife fone

noon planted over

corn after noon

6 Sunday {in?} S clear

to Disiple church Shepard

preached. to Leggs to

DIner Randall an wife

to tea here father

an Mother here at night.

7 Monday {in?} W cloudy

to john Mckelons funeral

had a infair party for

Randall. george Legg

and wife Sam and wife

Charles and Mary Shepard

father an Mother

an M {Udle?}. janes

Learn and wife here

and John Learn and wife and Robert

8 tuesday {in?} W clear

Worked Road. James

Baley to Diner

Alvin hoed potatoes

Let father have 2 bushel

of oats 90 cts

9 Wednesday {in?} W clear

Worked the Road Norm

had charley. sold calf shin

for 60, cts Randall and wife

home at night. Spot

cow to. Bull.

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