Diary, formerly mis-titled the Godfrey Alaine Diary. Daily entries by Marion Grundy, a wife of a reverend in the Chicago area of Illinois. All entires are in the first person so discerning her name came from research into the birth and death, and marriage between her and her spouse, Harry. In the four year diary, Marion writes about all seven of her children's birthdays, events of her family, friends, and parishoners, and locations where she is at the time of her entires. Sadly, she also records when her husband of 52 years died and the days after when she is without him.
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