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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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30 fryday WD {wind} NW clear Raked and put up barley frank and Lew to help To Belmont at night

31 Satruday WD {wind} E clear Raked and put up whet frank to help frank To Belmont got sash. 60cts To Odles he helped Norm after noon. William Learn here at night

August 1875

1 Sunday WD {wind} E Rain To 2 church Lynce preached james shirk and wife to diner here. frank to Eds at night

2 Monsday WD {wind} E cloudy Rain picked cheryes frank lame DR Daniel Cline died

3 Tuesday WD {wind} E Rain Done choars frank lame Norm and john Doan to Diner Randall and wife here at night

4 Wednesday WD {wind} W clear To Dr Clines funeral Randall and wife with us to Randalls To diner frank with us Rain at night

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