Delia Locke


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Accident to Ada - breaking ankle. Aug. 20. 1879- 268.Accident to Luther's dog - major -Killed by mowing machine -38Arrived - Mrs. Mary J.B. Smith and Daughter Anna from Chicago -54Abscess on Baby George's Neck -160Accident to Willard's Index Finger - Right - Jammad in Cider Press 197Accident in Stockton - Steam Engine Exploded - 15 killed, 30 wounded 238Born - Second child and Daughter of George and Mrs. Mawry 29Born - Second Child and Daughter of Clara and Mr. Ross. 15Baptisms - Mary, Willard and Hannah, Sept. 10. 1876. (101)Born - Geo. Hammond Locke - 153 - Frank H. Locke - 198Baptized - Alice Edna Hammond. Apr. 24. 1878. - (180)Born - Theresa Locke - 270. Son to Mr. & Mrs. Charles Dial - 256Baptized - Lilla and John Gerould Locke - 29Born - Son to Emma (Holman) Watson and Daughter to Sanil. & Ellen Baird - 53Born - The First Child to Ellison and Mary Pygall Cahill - 66Born - Fourth Daughter and Eighth Child to Geo, & Susie Locke - 84Born - Third Child and First Son to Clara and Mr. Ross - 102Born - Third Child and First Daughter to Mr. & Mrs. Benj. Wallace 108Burned - Mary's arm with hot water - 150Born - First Child and Daughter of Roland and Rebecca Hammond - 152Baptized - Arthur Richard Geffroy - 161Born - Fourth Child and Third Daughter of Clara and Mr. Ross - 162.Beads - Gold - from Grandma Locke to Hannah for her name - 185Burned - Eunie's Foot by running though Hot Aches - 200Born - Fifth Child and Second Son of Clara and Mr. Ross - 237Baptized - Franklin H. Locke - 256Born - Second Child and Daughter of Roland and Rebecca - 270

Date Original

January 1875

Dates Covered



Original diary dimensions: 22 x 33 cm.

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