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August 24, 1866

“Pleasant. went to the green this morning.. Called on Mrs Charles Drew and Augusta.. Another lonely evening has passed. as I have been siting (sic) here this evening alone I have thought much of me which is dearer to me than life and if he but knew how hard this separation is I flater (sic) myself with the thought that he would sacrifice what he enjoys and return to me” 12 more words

Victorian

August 23, 1866

“Rain during the day  Mother went to Rocky Point  I remained at home during the day.. another lonely evening has passed..” – Hattie E.F. D. 8 more words

Victorian

August 22, 1866

“Pleasant in the morning  showery in the afternoon. Mother and I passed the day at Uncle Silias Dean’s. passed a very pleasant day but a very lonely evening..” 12 more words

Victorian

Hiram E. Leonard Diary, August 22 - 28, 1866

“22nd Wednesday  fine cold weather  I did my choars was at the office all day & evening came home at 8 ½ & went to bed at 9 ½ nearly sick & verry lonely George Sidwell com work for me. 214 more words

Warrenville

August 21, 1866

“Pleasant  John went to Camp Meeting. Mary Lizzie returned to Aunt Cordana’s. Rain..”  – Hattie E.F. D.

Portrait from family album
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Victorian

August 21, 1866

“Not very pleasant. Mary Lizzie came this afternoon. Gordon and Hattie Godfrey called in the evening. John passed the evening with me.”  – Hattie E.F. D. 8 more words

Victorian

August 19, 1866

“…has it not been proved that Love is the crowning bliss of womans’ heart..”

“Cloudy during the day. attended the morning services and sabbath school  Mother Otis and Lizzie went to Bridgewater.

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Victorian