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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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June Month 1910.

Thur .16.

Father & I planted our horsetooth corn to-day Thursday 17th 1910 in our own garden. And we also set out our tomatoes to-day. 16 June 1910 Father Thomas Turner and I loaded our old Engine 14 H.P. and the Mathuson seperate at Port Perry in afternoon for to go to the Waterloo June 16th 1910. It was very warm.

Fri .17.

David Adams was buried to-day Fri 17, of Jun 1910. of Port Perry Mrs Boe sister is to be buried to-day to-morrow June 18, 1910 Miss Effie Smith {illegible} me a 5 & 6 leaf clover to-night June 17, 1910

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