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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916

Albert'Russell'McKay_1909-1916_100.pdf

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june month 1912,

mr sellors cut the bug bamma gillord down accors from the church on the side of the road on saturday june 8, 1912 in morning.

wed .19. father drew tears loads of sand and gravel mixed on twis day june 18th 1912 for the umtery prince albert out $1.75 for drawing it a load.

i set a white leghorn hen on sat jrme 15th 1912 at might in the north west come of hen pen.

james G. Hohman was married on tuesday june 18, 1912 at goodwood and also married a goodwood a girl.

willhmort walked ws married on wednesday june 19th 1912, at her own home port perry he married miss bolters.

Essie migely was married on wednesday june june.

set plimmonth rock her next to while leghnone in the comed on wed might june 19th 1912.

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