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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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February 1876

1 Tuesday WD {wind} SW snow Done choars. Randall took a load of wood home here to diner

2 Wednesday WD {wind} NW blustery snow Done choars. To finshes in evening To tea

3 Thursday WD {wind} SW snow took load of wood for Randall he took 2 Billy 1 Archa Taylor here at night

4 fryday WD {wind} NW clear To Belmont with wood for Norm. Randall took wood 1 load Billy 1 load Archa Taylor here at night

5 Saturday WD {wind} S clear To Belmont let Dyer have butter 45 3/4 48 cts for goods Archa cut Down trees Randall and wife here a night charley legg and Bily took a load of wood

6 Sunday WD {wind} S thawed warm To New sarum To church Haycock preached To diner To haycocks. Rol and Ed and philip and herby Learn here to tea

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