Wednesday feb 1 real Cold & Stormy from NW 12 deg below zero Roy took Sylvia to School & it was a tough trip none of the Children went to School after dinner Roy took Adds [Addison Taylor] kids & Lucys  2 kids to Luthers but Wes Taylor Stayed here we only done the chores it was too Stormy to do any work
 There were two ladies in Washington County who were relatives of Isaac’s through his wife, Margaret Taylor Carr. There were of the age to have small children. One was Lucy Squires, born ca. 1860 who was the daughter of Perrin and Mary (Goss/Gross) Squires. The other person was Lucetta E. Squires, the daughter of Joseph Warren and Nancy (McDonald/McDowell) Squires.
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