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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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Death. July Month 1910.

July .4.

Mrs {Isahe Fornet?} of Prince Albert died on Fri morn July 1st 1910 and was buried on Sun July 3rd 1910. She was only married about 10 months. We finished sowing our buckwheat all but 4 or 5 rounds on Sat July 3 2. 1910. The 4 acres west of the root ground.

July .5.

Mother payed Mr {Trenum?} $2.00 to-day for a carpet sweeper that she got on June the 1st 1910. payed him on Tuesday July .5. .1910. Nelson Whitfield and I was doing our road 1st day work to-day July 5 1910. Father {redud?} a new rebuilt mill grain separator to-day Tue July 5 1910 from one

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