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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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23 Wednesday WD {wind} S Rain To Belmont to mill with chop 28 b 4 of wheat joe choared Mrs fargur and hanah Learn to tea paid joe 25cts

24 Thursday WD {wind} S thunder Drawed Millet 6 load joe to help

25 fryday WD {wind} NW Rain finished Drawing in the millet joe to help To Belmont hot grist let hoover have 90 lb flour. Randall and wife called

26 Saturday WD {wind} W clear put floore in hog pen joe to help. To Belmont to mill let Aabbott have flour 100lb father and mother to Tea joe went home

27 Sunday WD {wind} W clear To 2 church Rowlon preached Randall and wife To church to diner here joe come hack

28 Monday WD {wind} E clear done choars joe Drawed manure 7 load

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