Mon 24 A real nice cool day Nellies Funeral we 3 arose feeling well & took breakfst at Del Mar 50c for 3 Nora & I went & bout $5 worth of pink & white flowers for Nellies Funeral & just after noon Harriet came brot from Los Angels by Mrs Birdie Zimmerman Freedley we were very glad to see her & we all went to dinner at Advent 1,46 for 4 & at 2 PM a Mr Heckman came with a fine car & took us to the funeral of our dear Daughter Nellie at undertaker Holton sermon very appropriate Neely intermit Sunset Cemetery we all lookd at the stone I selected for Nellie & Mr Heckman brot us back to Del Mar & we each thankd him as he would take no pay women & children Staid awhile & I bot them apples & pop corn we took supper at Del Mar 55c for 4
Note: Nellie succumbed to tuberculosis at the age of 36 years.
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