Julia Brumfield Diaries

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1918

Friday, August  2, 1918

Friday, August 2, 1918

A good day. Ben and Owen and Paul pulled leaves to day. Marvin Smith and William Gilbert (col) helped them. Nearly all the children that was big enough handed leaves. This evening Fanny Emerson Josie and I helped some. Josie got dinner. She cooked snaps and beets and butter beans and corn. Mrs Owen sent her the corn.

To night Paul and Fanny has gone to meeting at St. Johns. (ink smear) Well I went to sleep I made my mark.

10:15

Last edit about 10 years ago by Ben W. Brumfield
Wednesday, August  7, 1918

Wednesday, August 7, 1918

A very warm day some clouds and thunder but no rain. Josie washed and hemed the curtains.

Ben and Paul and Owen helped pull leaves at Marvins this evening.

Henry and Reese went to Johnson Reynolds this evening and got some nice peaches. Will have them to put up in the morning. I am very glad of them.

9 oclock

Last edit about 10 years ago by Ben W. Brumfield
Wednesday, August 14, 1918

Wednesday, August 14, 1918

A good day and very hot. The men folks pulled leaves and tied them. This evening Josie and I helped. Thelma helped some two. Thelma went to George Blairs this evening. Julia is here. Carrie come to the barn with the babies. I made some jellie this morning. Josie canned some grape juice this morning. Julia and Edna is on a pallet in my room.

Last edit about 10 years ago by Ben W. Brumfield

1919

Wednesday, August  6, 1919

Wednesday, August 6, 1919

A little rain this morning. Clear this evening. Jim & John and Owen & Ben pulled leaves to day. Marvin worked in Bens place while he carried Mary Brumfield & Fanny Power to Mr Powers. Edwin & Franklin Brumfield went with him.

Ruth Barker & Christenia Reynolds eat dinner with us and spent the evening with us. Julia Fergerson was at Carries to day.

Josie got dinner. This evening she went to Marvins.

We heard to day that Miss Moon was dead that was staying at Bookers.

9 oclock

Edwin Brumfield dried the dishes to night.

Last edit almost 8 years ago by Demo User
Thursday, August  7, 1919

Thursday, August 7, 1919

A day. The men folks pulled leaves. Edwin Brumfield helped them.

John & Christenia Brumfield went to George Blairs this morning and to Lee Brumfields this evening.

Josie got dinner this evening. She worked on Edna a dress.

Mrs. Owen went to see her brother to day.

This evening I went to the corn field to see if there was any snaps. I could not get any. I think all concidered they have got the sorriest crop I ever saw. I know they worke and tried but it is drowned.

I went to Marvins a few minutes. Alma come while I was there. I feel age and infirmities so much and hear so much complaint a bout things that no one can help that I cant hardly stand it.

10:10 oclock

Last edit about 10 years ago by Ben W. Brumfield
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