Thursday May 20th 1869 Rain most all day fixed Cattle yard fence in the Eve Vic Came over we weighed the Pigs the Boar weighed 20 lbs & the Sow 14 &14 oz
Friday May 21st Went to Hcrs to buy corn Vick & I bought 200 bu at 35 cts & we Have it good corn Wellington  fixed raspberries & chopped wood & in PM finished Harrowing for corn
 It is not known whether Wellington was a first or last name. Since there were no Wellington families found in the area, it is possible that this person was Wellington Sheppard, born ca. 1849, who lived with his parents in Lime Creek Township. Wellington’s father, William, was also a farmer.
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