Thursday, June 26, 1919

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Ben Brumfield at Mar 16, 2009 10:56 PM

Thursday, June 26, 1919

A rainy day. The branch was
as high as it most ever gets.
It has rained three nights nearly
all night. We had fried apples
and eggs for dinner.

Jim & Ben went to George Blairs
this morning. They had to wade
the branch to get a cross.

Jim bought some butter from Sallie
Blair. He would insist on going
home so Ben carried him to
Long Island. When Ben got to the
creek at Cedar Forest it was
up so that he would not cross
with the buggy. He put his horse
up at Mr Johnsons and come
over on a boat and walked
home. He brough some mail
for several people. The carrier did
not make his round on account
of high water. I am very
glad that things are not worse
than they are.

10 oclock

Thursday, June 26, 1919

A rainy day. The branch was
as high as it most ever gets.
It has rained three nights nearly
all night.

We had fried apples
and eggs for dinner.

Jim & Ben went to George Blairs
this morning. They had to wade
the branch to get a cross.
Jim bought some butter from Sallie
Blair. He would insist on going
home so Ben carried him to
Long Island. When Ben got to the
creek at Cedar Forest it was
up so that he would not cross
with the buggy. He put his horse
up at Mr. Johnsons and come
over on a boat and walked
home. He brough some mail
for several people. The carrier did
not make his round on account
of high water. I am very
glad that things are not worse
than they are.

10 oclock