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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916

Albert'Russell'McKay_1909-1916_030.pdf

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October Month 1909.

Tue 26

Mrs Barker of P.A. died {tu?} mom the 22nd 1909 at 1A.M. was burried Monday in afternoon Oct 25, 09 in Pin Grove Cemetery P.A. they held service in Prince Albert Church. Fred McKay left for the city to-day on the noon train I picked some apples for {miso Huckberry?} to0day Tue 26 1909. Bertha and Stella Barkley was in here to-day for dinner and Bertha little boy Oct 26 1909 WEATHEREER. FINE

Sun 21

Sun 31

Alex Brown of Port Perry was burried to-day Sun 31 th of Oct 1909. {Obe?} used to live where Thomas Turner is now living

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