Sunday 26th September 1915

Wind still blowing in from E. After breakfast I went to see Mr Sadler as he has had a paralytic stroke, but I found him much better, in fact I saw very little difference in him.

In the afternoon we all went to service in the Hall, Revd Griffin (Methodist) officiated for the Presbyterians. I heard that Elise Harold Torkington’s youngest child had died very suddenly on Saturday night and I was asked to read the burial service over her tomorrow, so I staid at Jims.