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/ Wm /
have got enough there is so much rain & the Ground so verry
Wet it is difficult to plow in the Oats. William Went to Town

Wed 13 / Wm & Mag / Jack & W J Porter / Snow
The Morning is quite cool Wind from the N. W. William & Mag
drove Ball in the Bugga to Town this morning. Jack has gone
to Huntsville with W J Porter & Genl Bates to take depositions
A verry considerable Snow Storm is falling commencing at 4
oclock after dinner Coming from the N. West & has turned quite
cold William got home through the Snow & verry cold

Th 14 / Snow & Verry cold Mag /
This Morning is Verry cold ground froze Snow 3 or 4 inches
deep Wind from N. West Stephen Wright stayed with us last night
he lives near Campbells he is walking having been to Town going
back. Margaret did not git back last night William got home
through the snow & was verry cold last night It is verry hard
work to git fires, Wood & feed No one seems to think they
aught to do anything Only to stay at the fires & come & eat
at meal times.

Fr 15 / Snow / Wm / Calvin Rabits / Shaved / Mag Snow /
This morning is verry Cold the ground froze hard, And a little
cloudy nothing doing The Snow is not much melted the ground
half covered The Wind is changing to the N. E. William drove
Ball in the Bugga to Town Calvin has killed 2 Rabits today &
one yesterday making 3 I shaved today Margaret left Wednesday
to Town I had a good dinner today a Well Cooked Rabit No one
but the little Negroes to help Me eat it. Mag come back Snowing

1867 March Sat 16th. / Snow
The morning is dark & Cloudy & has been snowing through the night
the ground is slightly covered with snow & is snowing this morning.

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