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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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Randalls wife To diner

22 Tuesday WD {wind} NW snow DOne choars Billy to help Archa Taylor here at night

23 Wednesday WD {wind} N cold blustery Done choars Billy choared Tilda sowed

24 Thrtusday WD {wind} W couldy Drawed wood 6 cord Billy To help Tilda sowed

25 fryday WD {wind} SE clear Drawed wood 9 cord Billy to help Tilda sowed

26 Saturday WD {wind} E clear Drawed wood 6 cord Ann took Tilda home paid her $5,00 Margred cullver and willy here at night. Randall and wife here at night

27 Sunday WD {wind} E hail snow at home Margret and willy here. Randall and wife went home after noon

28 Monday WD {wind}E snow to john Learns to diner got grass seed 3 bushel from him $5,00 Margret stayed thre Billy thrash Millet see 1 bushel

29 Tuesday WD {wind} NW cloudy Drawed logs 4 Norm helped To Belmont Margret Randall here at night john to tea

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