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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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October Month 1915

Ada Weatherburn moved down to Port Perry over Howard Stone's tailor shop on Monday September 27, 1915.

Ada was up our place on Monday Oct 4, 1915 and took her dog away

I was down to see Mrs Weatherburn on Tuesday 26 of Oct 1915. I took mother down to see her on Wed Oct 27th I was down to the Dentist Lundy on Thurs Oct 28th and call in to see her again. I went down to Dr Lundy on Fri Oct 29 and got them finished up

Frank Jeffery Louis Bond Fred and I went for about a 25 mile spin down south on sunday morn Oct 31st 1915.

Mary went to Whitby House of Refuge on Wed Oct 27, 1915.

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