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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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To fathers To diner got a Rooster from him

26 fryday WD {wind} SW Rain Done choars philip To help D F Moore here to tea

27 Satruday WD {wind} W clear Thrashed Beans philip To help Randall and wife here at night

28 Sunday WD {wind} SW snow Rain at home. Randall and wife went home fore noon philip here

29 Monday WD {wind} N cold DOne choars. philip wne thome. got the Dryed aples from Norms

30 Tuesday WD {wind} E cold snow To Belmont got cheese Money $25,,00 got from pots stove back and 2 leds $1,25

December 1875

1 Wednesday WD {wind} E cloudy Done coars. Randall and wife here at night. line one Befalow skin

Thursday WD {wind} E clear To Belmont let R Nickle have 2 1/4 bushel Beans and Abott 2 bushel got from Dyer goods $3.17 cts Randall and charley Leggs sawed wood after noon

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