Mar 3 – Rainy morning. Nelly no better. Sent letter to Sarah one Dollar in it. Received a letter from Sarah.
Mar 4 – Pleasant. Dr Sprague & Mr Nobles came down.
Mar 6 – Pleasant. Went Back to Pavilion. Mrs Nobles here.
Mar 7 – Cloudy & cool. At home. Claressa Starr here in the Evening. Nelly not much Better.
Mar 8 – Pleasant. Nelly a bout as usual. Cut down some Locus trees. Received letter from Sarah. Mr Belden[?] & wife here.
Mar 9 – Cold & windy. Mr Belden[?] left. Cut some more trees. Finished Nellys _____.
Mar 10 – Snows cold as greeland. Nelly some better. Patty sick all night.
Mar 11 – Pleasant. At home all day. George & Susan here.
Mar 12 – Snow 3 inches & snows like fun snowed all day.
Mar 13 – Snowey. Sleighs run. Mr Beldon & wife came down went up to the store & got some silk. Susan came down.
Mar 14 – Pleasant. Went down to Emilys. Received letter from home.
Mar 15 – Pleasant. Went to uncle Jesses & Wyoming. Saw old Mrs Peterson she will be 97 in Aug next. Heard Elder H Earls[?] lecture in the Evening.
Mar 16 – Pleasant. Went up to uncle Samuel Curtis. All well.
Mar 17 – Pleasant. Bot Bosom for shirt 44¢. Went up to Mr Starrs after noon.
Mar 18 – Pleasant. Dr Sprague & S. Youngs here in the morning. George & susan here.
Mar 19 – Bot silk for dress and trunk 13.75. Went over to Clarissa Stars. Rained some.
Mar 20 – At home went up to the store. George had a sick turn. Priest here. Hugh Brooks here.
Mar 21 – Very stormy cold & snows like fun. George sick.
Mar 22 – Left Pavilion 6 am got to Leroy. Took the cars went up to ______ came back to Leroy. Left Leroy half past seven Evening. Fare to Buffalo one Dollar 1.00. Arrived in Buffalo 11.20 Bus ticket.
Mar 23 – Leave Buffalo at 9 Am. Fare to Detroit[?] 7.00[?] cost 1.50. Breakfast lodging costing[?] 1.50. Book and plates 35. Got home 4 oclock am.
Mar 24 – Pleasant. At home. Went over to Fathers.
Mar 25 – Snows some. Henry came home. Jo Sherman here.
Mar 26 – Pleasant. At home. At home all day. Alvan here.
Mar 27 – Pleasant morning. Worked in shop some. Byington Brot his Exes. Lois came home. Azeo here. Sent letter to George 3¢.
Mar 28 – Pleasant. Worked on gearing for Byington. Lois at home.
Mar 29 – Pleasant 39 Abz. Worked in shop. Sarah went over the river. Very dry. Sarah had fifty cents.
Mar 30 – Pleasant. Worked in shop on Byingtons gearing. Driest time I ever new in March. Went over to Fathers. Bot ½ lb Tea 30¢. Charley Brot one & 2/4 cords wood. Received _____ J. M. York one gold ring $.10.00.
Mar 31 – Smoky. Worked in shop. Finished hewing Bronsons spokes. Bronson here. Bot on lb candles 22¢.
Apr 1 – Pleasant 34 Abz. Sarah went to church. Painter Smiths wife babtised. Lois at home. 31 cents for Sarah Beedle[?].
Apr 2 – Pleasant 22 Abz. Went to town meeting. Went over to Fathers. Bot 10 lbs shugar 1.00. Watts paid his note 45.45. Paid Cory 59 cents.
Apr 3 – Pleasant 42 Abz. Finished Byingtons gearing. Sarah went over to Wisemans.
Apr 4 – Rainy 52 Abz. Paid school Bill 1.08. Bronson Brot plank. Jake Hill here in Evening.
Apr 5 – Smoky 42 Abz. Went to Kalamazoo. Bot one set Hubbs 1.95 one set rims 1.50. Mrs Tubbs here Evening.
Apr 6 – Pleasant 30 Abz. Went over to H Browns. Made a Deed for Blass. Gave up Masons Deed & mortgage. Received pay 5.50.
Apr 7 – Pleasant 50 Abz. Worked in shop on Dr Wightmans wagon. Bot Beads for Sarah 10 cm stick candy. Galt paid 1.20.
Apr 8 – Cloudy 52 Abz. Went over to Fathers. Mark there. Rainy night.
Apr 9 – Rainy 44 Abz. Worked in shop. Got out pipe for Mr Warren. Mr Stimpson Brot here & buried. Thunder & hail in the night.
Apr 10 – Pleasant 44 Abz. Finished Warrens pipe. Race Brot his Buggy. Mrs Butterfield here. Lois came home. Bot one box matches 6¢. Paid one Dollar for plats[?].
Apr 11 – Some cloudy 38 Abz. Went to Kalamazoo got Deeds Recorded. Bass Deed 7/- Tomlinsons 7/- C. L. Keiths 6/-. Fare on cars 25 Bot Dress for Sarah 11/- 5 yds pink 5/- 4.25.
Apr 12 – Pleasant 47 Abz. Went over to Fathers to make bargain for farms. Paid Catharine 25¢ bot cord 2¢.
Apr 13 – Pleasant 30 Abz. Finished Races Buggy. Bot one lb nails 5 3 sheets sand paper 3.
Apr 14 – Snowed some 34 Abz. Race got his Buggy 2.00. Cleaned out shop some mended fence. Lent C Richardson 5.00.
Apr 15 – Pleasant cool air 30 Abz. At home Edwin Henry & Dwight stayed here. Sarah went to church.
Apr 16 – Cloudy 50 Abz. Worked in shop put in two spokes for D. Lamkins.
Apr 17 – Pleasant 43 Abz. Worked in shop on spokes. Bot one yard _________ 12½ two lbs candles 44¢ candy 3.
 John Nobles, who was married to Mary “Polly” Sprague, another cousin of Jerusha’s
 Pearl Creek, New York
 Most likely Pearl Creek Cemetery where many Sprague family members were buried
 His sister, Martha “Patty” (Keith) Sprague
 George and Susan (Tomlinson) Sprague; George was another of Jerusha’s cousins
 Jesse Sprague, George Sprague’s father and Jerusha’s uncle
 Father-in-law of Jerusha’s brother, Henry Crittenden
 LeRoy, New York
 Joseph M. York, who was married to Luke’s niece, Helen (Bradley) York