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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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November month 1910.

wed 16

i got a load of comstalks from the farm on wednesday november 16th 1910.

i got 1440lbs of bonell must cool on wed nov 16 19 10. from albert onchard port peury ontario.

wed 30

walter form bond was mariied on the 19 th day of july 1910. to miss ellam astals of toemts.

mr Emmerssm ml day fied on fri nov 23 th 1910 at his own home prince albert in afternoon in afternoon at about 4 o clock.

and was burried on sunday nov 27th 1910 in aftrenoon about 4 o clock. mrs lacter of pot prey the amdertater and mr well led the sevier.

age 22 yrs i month i day

side on the margin (Death of Emmersm)

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