2nd February 1825

Went to walk in the fields & heard Word bells chiming for a funeral when I enquird I found it was for poor old John Cue of Ufford a friend of mine with whom I workd some seasons at turnip-hoeing for which he was famous he knew my Grandfather well & told me many rec-colections of their young day follys John Cue was once head Gardener for Lord Manners of Ufford Hall — he was fond of flowers & books & possessed a many curious ones of the latter among which was Parkinson

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