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May L. Crawshaw Diary, June 1901 with Transcription

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Transcribed by Kimberli Faulkner Hull Ā© Chasing Light Media
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June entries from May L. Crawshaw’s 1901 diary (Mary Louisa ā€œMayeā€ Crawshaw) are transcribed below the images. Under each entry is a section labeled, People mentioned, which lists people in the diary entry and, if applicable, their probable/possible identities.

June 1-2

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1-2 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 1-2 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

1 June 1901, Saturday

Cloudy

Ethel & Leonie came up this afternoon & Ethel & Bert went downstreet & Leonie & I stayed here & read. The boys came home.

2 June 1901, Sunday

Fair

Did odds and end all day. Miss Clara Reed came over this afternoon.

June 3-4

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 3-4 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 3-4 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

3 June 1901, Monday

Fair

Went over to Ethelā€™s tonight. Leonie Dore asked Clarence R. if I could take Tony the Hero & he did. it is fine.

4 June 1901, Tuesday

Fair

Came right home from school, finished Tony the Hero.

June 5-6

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 5-6 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 5-6 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

5 June 1901, Wednesday

Fair

Stayed after school with the rest of my class till 5.15 for geography.

Our geography never gives out Long lessons are making me stout Thin I guess

6 June 1901, Thursday

Fair

The weather has been beautiful for nearly a week Tomorrow is Friday & I am Thankful.

June 7-8

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 7-8 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 7-8 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

7 June 1901, Friday

Fair

Friday night Thank Goodness. Stayed after school a little while

8 June 1901, Saturday

Fair

Went with Papa this morning & up to see the new bridge. He talked with Mr. McDonald & I went & found a lot of flowers.

June 9-10

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 9-10 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 9-10 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

9 June 1901, Sunday

Fair

Read & did odds & ends all day.

10 June 1901, Monday

Fair

Came home from school. Bert & Ma went down street

June 11-12

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 11-12 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 11-12 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

11 June 1901, Tuesday

Fair

Went down to Fannieā€™s tonight. Brought home a High School Journal. Isabelle & her pa came up after supper.

12 June 1901, Wednesday

Fair

Went over to Ethels tonight. Had a bang up time.

June 13-14

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 13-14 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 13-14 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

13 June 1901, Thursday

Fair We went down to High School after school Miss Howe let us out at 3.45. Miss Howe gave us Latin Books & we some. We gave the present tense of love.

Amō

Amās

Amat

Amāmus

Amātis

Amant

One boy went to the board & wrote cānto through the present tense when he got through Miss Howe said to him, ā€œVery good,ā€ what is your name & he chirped up nice & loud

14 June 1901, Friday

Hot & Cloudy

Emma & Elsie King & the baby came this morning. Bertie went down to Fanny Websterā€™s this afternoon.

June 15-16

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 15-16 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 15-16 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

15 June 1901, Saturday

Fair

Helped Mama. The boys came home tonight, but went downtown first.

16 June 1901, Sunday

Fair

The boys drowned my cat to-day. Poor little Tom alias Angers Me Nabs. Bennie fell down coming back or rather Dexter knocked him down. They went back tonight. Stanleyā€™s birthday today he is 23 years old.

June 17-18

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 17-18 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 17-18 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

17 June 1901, Monday and 18 June 1901, Tuesday

[Blank]

June 19-20

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 19-20 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 19-20 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

19 June 1901, Friday

Fair

Came home from school & read

20 June 1901, Saturday

Fair

Nothing very important occurred.

June 21-22

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 21-22 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 21-22 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

21 June 1901, Friday

Miss H. told us today who were going to get out of their examinations they were, Alice Perkins, Katy Morrissey & I, the same three as last year. All the other girls got out of 1 or 2 but we three got out of them all.

22 June 1901, Saturday

Fair

Helped Ma. Isabelle came up to-night. Bennie is better & Stanley came home That is about all that happened.

June 23-24

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 23-24 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 23-24 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

23 June 1901, Sunday

Fair & Stormy Awful hot all morning. The boys went over to Emma & Johns but they were not at home.  There was a hard storm (Thursday) from 5 till 6 so the boy did not go back.  Bert went down to Isabellā€™s tonight & is going to stay.

24 June 1901, Monday

Fair

Went over to Lewisā€™s before school this morning & saw Hattieā€™s dress it is a beauty.  Bert & Isabelle went to the graduation. This afternoon I went to Brasselles, but Bert & Bell went down street & so I went over to Websters, Fan was not at home so I took Irene up in the grove & later when school was out I met Leonie & went over in the grove opposite Oak St. & then over to her house about 5 minutes.

June 25-26

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 25-26 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 25-26 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

25 June 1901, Tuesday

Fair

This morning we reviewed the Arithmetic examination This afternoon I stayed quietly at home.

26 June 1901, Wednesday

Fair

Went to school this morning and over to Leonie Dores this afternoon. We reviewed Geography exams this morning.

June 27-28

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 27-28 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 27-28 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

27 June 1901, Thursday

Tomorrow the last day of school and the class of 1901 will be no more. I went to school to day as we all had to take our Miscellaneous Examination.

28 June 1901, Friday

Fair

!!Hot!! not even a sweet little breeze. May L. graduated from the Winthrop Grammar School today. Miss Howe gave us all a lecture & then when she delivered the diplomas, each had an extra lecture. Susie, Sally, Katy, shed a few drop of the briny mixture. The first class girls stayed after school to help her & were up to our tricks to the last. Bert, Leonie Dore & I went to the park. Met A. Perkins & R. Harmon & went with them.

June 29-30

May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 29-30 June 1901 entries
May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901), 29-30 June 1901 entries; privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

29 June 1901, Saturday

95 Ā°  Fair

The heat has not simile. Jean Rideout came down to night on his wheel. Bennie & Stanley came home also.

30 June 1901, Sunday

98 HOT Fair

Hot, Hot, Hot. no name for it. Stanley, Bennie & Jean went swimming this morning Isabelle & Emma came up late this afternoon. Emma & John came over this morning. A friend of papaā€™s named Mr. Burtwell came up also.

Citing this page: Kimberli Faulkner Hull, transcriber and compiler, “May L. Crawshaw 1901 Diary, June 1901 with Transcription” Chasing Light Media, Cool Adventures (https://cooladventures.com/genealogy/may-l-crawshaw-diary-june-1901/ : published 2021); May L. Crawshaw, Diary for 1901, June 1901 entries (Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, 1901); privately held by the Faulknerā€“Hull Collection.

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