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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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april month 1912

thur 11 fred, father brouht the pigs dnen from joe hilpatrick on wed april 10,th 1912.

grandma m kay died on april thur 11 - 1912 and was buried on april 13 sat 1912.

Russell lane was married on spril 8th 1912 monday.

father & fred were downts whitevale and altone on spril sat 13th and 14th 15th

we got ours phone in on apeil 13th sat 1912 about faster to fours

i drew a farrel of (minual water) for J.g. Campbell on mom april 15th 1912 in afternoon george luke flewis bond helped.

fred da started to fuild there hen pen to day on thur spril 18th 1912.

i sold an in cubater to a fellow by the mame of maptor for $4.00 on friday april 12th 1912.

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