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1919

Tuesday, March 11, 1919

Tuesday, March 11, 1919

A cool windy day the men folks put on the canvas for their plant beds this morning and cut & mauled this evening.

Kate Harvey come a few minutes to day. She eat dinner with us. She brought me some homony. I went with her part the way home. I carried Edna & Franklin to Marvins and Carrie looked after them while I went to Posie Reynolds and got some turnip salit.

We heard to day that Tom Lumpkins and Tom Johnson was dead, one of them at Danville and one at New Port News. Johnson Reynolds went to Danville to be at Lumpkins burial.

Jim got a letter from Nellie telling him that Mr Walker is very sick.

Jim & Ben walked over to the store at Renan to night. Mr Lewis was not there so they come home soon and went to bed.

10 oclock

I finished pickin the 1919 crop of cotton to night.

Last edit almost 9 years ago by Ben Brumfield

1920

Monday, April 26, 1920

Monday, April 26, 1920

A rainy day. The boys could not do any thing out doors. Josie washed some. Did not hang out her clothes. We had a snack for dinner. Cooked all the dried fruit and all the homony that we had. Hazel Smith is sick. Josies baby is better than she was last week. I got a letter from Denia Blair that gives me trouble. I am so sorrie that she is mad and dont know how to help it.

8 oclock

Last edit almost 9 years ago by Linda Tucker
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