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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1911 Daily Record.

June 12 Monday. doing chores. & drawing lumber from mill. cleaning up stone from yard. took 2 bags mixed grain to mill. & got 75 {cents}. worth corn. & chopped some. paid 90{cents}. Mr Lovegrove of Troy. died. at 10 A.M. also Mr Charlie {Rawing?}. governors road. died at 11 A.M. Monday June 12.-1911.

June 13 Tuesday. doing chores. hoeing in orchard. & working around barn.

June 14 Wednesday. doing chores. went to Funeral of Charles {Rawing?}. & hoeing in orchard drove to R{ockton} after tea & had talk with H.E.P.

June 15 Thursday. doing chores. fixing up wire & setting post. to protect lawn & piling wood. hoeing in P.M. mangles & corn.

June 16 Friday. doing chores. hoeing in orchard. thinning mangels. & cultiv{ating}.

June 17 Saturday. doing chores. & went to Brantford & to picnic at Park. Father away to Greenville for lumber. mother at Toronto.

June 18 Sunday. doing chores. home all day. but went to church at night.

June 19 Monday. doing chores. hoeing in orchard. very warm. in forenoon. sent letter to H.E.P. Recv Payment for 1 bag potatoes. from F.C. Braithwaite.

June 20 Tuesday. doing chores. cleaning up around barn & moving flooring. took 2 sticks timber to mill. & seen S.A.P{atterson}. cultivating in orchard.

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