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December 7, 1866

“Pleasant. Hattie Thayer and I went to Boston  Mr Frank Oliver and Sarah Haviland  Mr & Mrs Thayer passed the evening at Mrs Ingells.” – Hattie E.F. 15 more words

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December 6, 1866

“Pleasant. Arrived in Randolph this morning. Mrs Hattie Thayer met me at the depot. Passed the evening at Hattie Thayer’s with John Ingell and his ___, Ben and ____ Charles Ingell and Sarah Haviland. 16 more words

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December 5, 1866

“Pleasant. Attended singing school John waited upon me home and passed a short time with me – very pleasant time.” – Hattie E.F. D.

Local advertisement from the GAR Benefit Program Book (year unspecified).
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December 4, 1866

“Rain – John passed the evening with me – very pleasant time.” – Hattie E.F. D.

Local advertisement from the GAR Benefit Program Book (year unspecified).
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December 3, 1866

“Pleasant. have been to the green this morning. Passed the afternoon and evening at Mrs. Alex Presbreys.” – Hattie E.F. D.

Notes: The green Hattie refers to is Taunton Green, the center of town. 23 more words
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December 2, 1866

“Pleasant but cold. Attended the afternoon services. John accompanied me home and took tea with us. passed the evening with me.” – Hattie E.F. D. 15 more words

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December 1, 1866

“Pleasant. Have been to the green this afternoon with Lizzie..” – Hattie E.F. D.

Notes: The “green” Hattie refers to is Taunton Green, the center of town. 31 more words
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