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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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January Month 1916

Father got a little Queen Heater stove from Monroe Straight on Monday Jan 10 and lit a fire in it on Tuesday Jan 11. 1916.

Bob Butson moved in our home on Thursday Jan 6th 1916.

1919 Feb 22nd down at R. Butson station very sormy weather


Mar 7 Jessie nubbed? the Red Cow

Mar 7 Geo Rose was in our place for ???

Mar 8 Examined by Dr Mellow for Life Insurance, "Mutual Life" Jessie Bunett was down to Wallace's

Mar 10 Helped to move R. Burton ?? to Utica 1919

Mar 12 down to Port Perry and walked up with Helen Bunner and Jessie Bunett

Mar 17 Started to clean and fix the car

Mar 17 Mother Jessie Bunett & I were down to Straits, It was raining Jessie was pulling good

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