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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916

Albert'Russell'McKay_1909-1916_061.pdf

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June Month .1910.

Sat 18.

Father was over to Mr Walker's to-day threshing Alsack his mill and Myer's engine Jun 18, 1910 I got a pair of Horse clippers to-day at night Sat June 18, 1910. Price $1.75 going to clip & Joe.

Tue .21.

Mrs Sampsom Vickey was buried to-day in afternoon June 21, 1910. she died of pneumonia age 62 yrs., 3 months.

WED .22.

Emmerson has purchase a house and lot next to our house from Richard Robertson for $125.00 everything was straighened up tuesday June 21th 1910

SUN .26.

We put the colts in the pasture accross the road Fri June 24, 1910 in afternoon and we put the cattle in the 25th of June 1910 in afternoon.

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