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26 during the hurricane of 1926 the [[red underlined]] ridge of the roof blew off [[/red underlined]] and water seeped thru ceiling thus loosening the plaster superficial coating. A Murphy folding bed [[strikethrough]] was [[/strikethrough]] was installed to fold in a cupboard against the wall [[strikethrough]] the pump was put up in [[/strikethrough]] The electric pump was erected in 1916. then later on a second one was put up with separate drive well for well water. The windmill was erected in 1918. Was blown off by hurricane in 1926 and reerected in 1927 by me thru Ozanne and Magrudder The grounds lower were [[strikethrough]] pumped [[/strikethrough]] filled in by pump and dredging and the road way was altered to its present situation when [[vertical entry in left margin in red]] Anchorage [[/left margin]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 27 Mr. Huntington was trying to arrange the place as a subdivision. The old roadway can still be traced thru the Eastern part of the lawn The trees of the orchard towards the church have all been planted in [[red underlined]] unblasted rock. Bryan did not want to listen to blasting or fertilising or proper location [[/red underlined]] and planted trees hap hazard. (Since then I have had holes blasted in the N.W. part (Orchard for all new plantings and intend [[strikethrough]] to [[/strikethrough]] do light blasting around existing unblasted trees) Hamburston who was on the place (Negro) from 1916 till Bryan 1925) tells me that the 3 large mangoes near church are Haden variety and were [[vertical entry in left margin in red]] Anchorage [[/left margin]]
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