William Monk, Diary 1917 of an allotment run by Clayton-le-Moors Working Mens Club, item 22

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1917

19

May.

survey. So a part of the land

was dug up for Cabbages, Sprouts

+ Cauliflowers etc. Mr. Hardy went

for us to Dunkenhalgh, and

purchased a good supply of

the same. So we had to

weigh in and set these in

the land. At this stage with

our depleted army of workers

we had, manys the time and

oft to leave one job that wanted

seeing to, and go to another.

So it is all through the piece.

Pounds have been lost through

the lack of help from those

who could have spared an

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1917

19

May.

survey. So a part of the land

was dug up for Cabbages, Sprouts

+ Cauliflowers etc. Mr. Hardy went

for us to Dunkenhalgh, and

purchased a good supply of

the same. So we had to

weigh in and set these in

the land. At this stage with

our depleted army of workers

we had, manys the time and

oft to leave one job that wanted

seeing to, and go to another.

So it is all through the piece.

Pounds have been lost through

the lack of help from those

who could have spared an


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  • November 1, 2017 18:24:54 Thomas A. Lingner

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    1917

    19

    May.

    survey. So a part of the land

    was dug up for Cabbages, Sprouts

    + Cauliflowers etc. Mr. Hardy went

    for us to Dunkenhalgh, and

    purchased a good supply of

    the same. So we had to

    weigh in and set these in

    the land. At this stage with

    our depleted army of workers

    we had, manys the time and

    oft to leave one job that wanted

    seeing to, and go to another.

    So it is all through the piece.

    Pounds have been lost through

    the lack of help from those

    who could have spared an

  • March 8, 2017 19:51:57 Elizabeth Ferro

    1917 May.                               19 

    survey. So a part of the land

    was dug up for Cabbages, Sprouts

    + Cauliflowers etc. Mr. Hardy went

    for us to Dunkonhalgh Possibly Dunkenhalgh, Blackburn

    purchased a good supply of

    the same. So we had to

    weigh in and set these in

    the land. At this stage with

    our depleted army of workers

    we had, manys the time and

    oft to leave one job that wan-

    ted seeing to, and go to another.

    So it is all through the piece.

    Pounds have been lost through

    the lack of help from those

    who could have spared an


  • March 7, 2017 23:39:17 Elizabeth Ferro

    1917 May.

    survey. So a part of the land

    was dug up for Cabbages, Sprouts

    + Cauliflowers etc. Mr. Hardy went

    for us to Dunkonhalgh Possibly Dunkenhalgh, Blackburn

    purchased a good supply of

    the same. So we had to

    weigh in and set these in

    the land. At this stage with

    our depleted army of workers

    we had, manys the time and

    oft to leave one job that wan-

    ted seeing to, and go to another.

    So it is all through the piece.

    Pounds have been lost through

    the lack of help from those

    who could have spared an


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    Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire

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May, 1917
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