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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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March Month 1910.

Tue .8.

Mr Fifer of Park Hill near {Samia?} was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery. Prince Albert. North East of Bonds {watery ink stain?} house. about 10 sods, a fine display of flower compose of spray wreathes and pillows value at the lot about $100.00. I got a spry of roses, and Bonds got a lot of them Mr Hardy got a pillow Goearg Haynes got a bunch of carnations, and different others ones A {LaCarnsed?} iron sufbox valued at about $75.00 and a fine casket. the most costly every went down in the cemetery to Mr Ruebon Bond knowelege. {Obe?} was buried in afternoon of Monday Mar 7th 1910. Weather, stormy and rather cold.

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