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Delia Locke

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Baptized - Geo. Clements - 189 Born-First Son to Mr. & Mrs. Ambrose - 373 Born - my first grant-child - Susie Pascoe - 325 Birthday party for Father's 69th birthday and gift - 355. Born - our first grand-son - Weldon Bagster Cooke - 357. Buried - the remains of Aunt Hannah Holden in A. - 363. Born - a daughter to John and Lucy Hammond - 375. Baptism of Susie Pascoe and Weldon Bagster Cooke - 377. Baptism of Bertie, George and Stella Hammond - 382. Baptized - Three Children of Mr. & Mrs. Gardiner Day - 88 Born - Son to Roland and Rebecca Hammond - 97 Church - Mrs. Gardiner Day, Etta Dart, Miss Blois, Mrs. Minard Wallace, Chas Snyder joined 99 Church - John Harris & Wife, Evie Smith, Mrs. Stevens - 88 Church - Sarah Locke joined - 74 Mrs. Athearn & Alice Andrew - 164 Camped at Crystal Lake - 209. College-Horace entered - 225. Church building repaired - 225. S.S. Convention in Stockton 342 Church (M.E.) dedicated - 273. Cemetery Plot Laid Out - 299 Call on Mrs. Dr. Wm. Penn Hammond in East Oakland - 276. Convention-Republican - Luther a delegate to - 344. Call - Mr. Pascoe received to Redwood City - 372. Church - Miss Lou Clapp joined - 395. Died - Mrs. F.P. Holden - 272. L.J. Russell-killed on R.R. 287. Died - Rev. S.V. Blakeslee - 300 - Nettie Green - 340. Died - Rev. Palmer's son - 349. John Weber-352. Edith Stacey - 353. Died - Alice Edna Hammond - 353. Alice Mitchell Bowden - 356. Died - Father Elliott - 358. Lizzie McCloud - 358. Died - Sherman - 359. Sallie Montgomery - 362. Died - Mrs. Moses Eaton - 368. Old Mr. Thomas - 369. Died - Arthur Smith - 378. Judge Brown of Stockton - 378. Died - Mrs. McCabe - 385. Edwin Whipple - 386. Died - Mrs. P. B. Wagner - 386. Dollie Hammond - 391. Died - Mrs. Shackford Vincent - 398.

Church - Myra and Alpha Mottar joined - 181 Fanny Athearn - 205 Church - James Taggart joined - 340

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Eclipse of sun - almost total - Jan. 11, 1880. 16 Examination for West Point - Willard took - 246. Explosion of Grant Powder Works above Berkeley - 247 Election of Cleveland, Nov. 4 - 1884 - 385 Election of Garfield, Nov. 2 - 1880 - 72. Exhibition - school - Mr. Pipers - 394. Earthquake Shock - 107

Family ate dinner - All present - First and Only Time - 86 Fair at church - Dec. 9 - 1880 - 80 Fair - 312. Fair - 393 Flood of Jan. 30-1881 - 93 Flood - 335 Flood - 398 Fire - 101. Fire - Stacy's shop burned and Georgie - 197 Fire at Soquel - papermill burned - 313. Fire at Austin, Nevada, Josiah's great loss - 159 Fires at Chaparral and Mackville - 272

Graduated - Howard & Sarah Locke - 39. Graduated - Ida - 118. Gilbert Islanders at San Francisco - 254. Gravestones for graves in Mount Vernon Cemetery, Abington - 257

Horace Mann left for the East - 162. Hung-Chas. J. Guittean at Washington - 205. Hung-Joseph Jewell at San Jose - 311. Majors at Oakland - 349. House-Roland built at Lockeford - 315. Hip put out of joint - John Calvin's - 323.

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January 1880

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circa 1880-1884

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Original dimensions: 22 x 34 cm.

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Holt-Atherton Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

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Delia Locke, diaries, women, diarist, California, Locke-Hammond Family Papers, Lockeford, CA, Dean Jewett Locke, rural life, rural California, 19th Century, church, temperance organizations, Mokelumne River Ladies' Sewing Circle, temperature recordings, journal

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