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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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may month 1912,

ella hall port perry was married on the 15th of may 1912. or near the 15 either one of the 3 14, 15, 16, of may the was married to mrs black burn that used to be in port perry

mon 20. mrs mckinley from the island was burried yesterday on sunday may 19th 1912, in her 55 yeras.luis bind burried holidays faby on sunday may 19, 1912.

they started to put williamson movemnet on thursday mom 1 may 16, 1912 ten october and complicated the job on saturday mom about half past ten on saturday may 18th 1912,the base weighted 4 tones.

lousis burried mrs robison on saturday may 18, 1912

jessie burneth will be 8 years old on the 5 of june 1912.

they were paying $8.50 pg hod to day may 20, 1912 at port pery.

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