Agreement to keep property of Estate undivided - 240 Accident to Eddie - hurt by derrick boom - 248 Accident to Mr. Putnam - run against by runaway team - 250 Ada started with Mr. Cooke on their Eastern trip - 341 Sister Susie's toe amputated - 411 Ada moved into her own new house - 457
Died - Mary (Kerr) Hoyt and daughter - 441. Robt. Somerset - 441. Died - Twin boy of Fred. Miner-442. Seth Miner - 443 - Rachel Noble - 443. Died - George Simpson - 444. Judge Buckley-445. P.J. Barnum-445. Died - Florence Brakeman - 446. Prof. Eben Tourjec - 446. Died - Mrs. John O'Neil-448. John Smith - 450. Dog Towser-451. Died - Kitty Jack-451. Mr. Powell - 451. Father Guernsey - 451. Died - Mrs. Waters-455. Geo. Foster-456. Rosa Hannigan's babe-456. Died - Mr. Grimsley's babe-458. Mrs. Noah Clapp-462. Delia Hammond - 463. Died - Mrs. John Patterson-463 Thomas E. Thomas-471 Dedication of Presbyterian Church at Clements - 466 Died - Mr. McTucker-473. Esther and Marion Seats baby-473 Died - Mrs. L.T. Mason-474. Carrie (McDowell) Steeley - 475.
Cook hired - Mrs. Simmons. 36 Church meeting - annual - 46 Camping - Uncle went to Selma and Monterey - 52 "Childrens' Day". 1885 - 53 Copy made of family history written by Aunt Wilkinson - 57 Crazy - Florence Brakeman - 62 Camp meeting of Campbellite church - State - 78 Church - William Moore united - 101. Mrs. Emslie-114. Church - Mr. & Mrs. Cooke, Thomas Clarke & Lilla Locke joined-126 Citrus Fair in Sacramento - sent six oranges - 175. Christmas package from Mrs. Bates - 179. Church - united - Huschel and Ida Mason - 193- Cloud - strange looking of smoke and ashes - 193.
Donation Party to Rev. Mason - 174. Died - Mrs. E.P. Megerle - 30 - Infant of Mr. Knehl-31- Died - James L. Christian - 32 - Old Mr. Poppe - 32. Died - Mrs. Esdras Smith - 34 - Mrs. Edwin Foster - 35. Died - Uncle Daniel Shaw -41 - Mrs. Metcalf - 44- Died - Mrs. Mary Simpson - 47. Prof. H.B. Norton - 59 Died - Elison Cahill - 62. Gen'l. W.S. Grant - 64 Died - Aunt Nancy L.A. Wilkinson - 65. Aunt Mary Ann Locke.-80. Died - Bessie Locke - 95. Dr. William Stamper - 96. Died - Arthur Frederick Moore - 97. A. D. Goodwin - 102. Died - Philip Megerle - 110. Daniel Gillies, jr - 114 Died - Uncle Roland E. Cotton - 116. Father of John Moore-119 Died - Ben. Haley 123. Gertie Evans-124. Winnie Cooke - 138. Died - Jonathan Blevins-141. Isaac Rogers. 142. W.K. Rowell - 172. Died - Mr. Van Zandt - 183. "Old man White"-186 - Rev. H.W. Bucher-194 Died - Aunt Priscilla Sherman - 194. Robert Hetfield, Ione, Nev. 198 Died - D. L. Atkins - 200. T.B. Day - 204 - Bessie Hale - 205. Died - Dr. D. J. Locke - 209. Katie Cole - 236. Silas Burt - 246. Died - Mr. Fletcher - 247. Gov. Columbus Bartlett - 247. Died - Miss Lydia Montgomery - 256 Jasper W. Green - 257 Died - Willie Greve - 272 - Mrs. Martha Christian - 275 Died - Wm. Athearn - 277. Petroleum V. Nasby - 280 - "Cap. Hunt"-282 Died - Grandma Athearn - 283. Mr. H.J. Gray - 284. Mrs. Cummings - 290.
Original dimensions: 21 x 34 cm.
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