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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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May Month 1913

Wed 7. Fred & l planted out over 1100 strawberry plants. Started on the north side and put in {?} Dunlop first and then New Williams and {name?}

May 7th Wednesday 1913. Started planting from the west end.

Father & i moved Mrs Burnett out of our home to Mrs Armstrong on Mon afternoon may 26th 1913.

I got a swarm of bee on a saturday May 24th 1913.

Father {?} from Beauty Port Perry on May 26th 1913 morn Prince $16.00

We put up a fence m fri may 23rds 1913 between mr luhes md us.

i set 2 hens on wednesday 28th 1913 of may.

we put in the bell phone on the 29th of may 1913 in afternoon.

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