Tuesday May 11 Roy went to Keota & took Harvey he is going away  Mag went along & took dinner at Dr. McFarlanes Grant & I took girls to school drove Jack colt he went fine we then drove Jole she went well John Whetstine here for dinner he is mowing brush in the E pasture Welsh Sigler here for dinner I paid him $10,00 for a colt from his bush horse we put boards around hen house Slicked up the buggy house put new floor at lower Stock well & picked up stix in barn yard
 Harvey Taylor Carr, soon to be 26 years of age, was Isaac’s first-born son with his wife, Elizabeth. Harvey settled, for several years, in Minburn, Dallas County, Iowa, where he married and had three children.
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