Sunday, April 20, 1919




Easter Sunday. A good day.
We all staid at home until
after dinner. We had cake and
pimento pepper for dinner
that Josie bought at Chatham.

This evening Ben and family
went to Jim Powers. I
went to George Blairs. Lizzie
was there for dinner.

Ren Worsham and family
come this evening. Ren and
George and Doratha & Ruth
went to Edge Hill preaching.

Marvin Smith & family
come to Georges. Marvin
brought Lizzie and I home.
Mr. Owen had a horse and
buggy and went for his
sister. She was at Mrs

10 oclock

Henry made the fire in the cook
stove this morning for the first time
in his life that I know any thing
a bout.

Notes and Questions

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Ben W. Brumfield

The 1920 diary page after that listing our diarist includes on line 10 an entry for Myers, Osca: Male, Black, 25 Years Old, Single. I'm pretty sure that the mention of "Mrs Myers" is not him.