Mar 25 – Pleasant. Carried wheels up to Milfords. T. Flanders came. Rainy night. Put in half crotch for Jesse Earl.
Mar 26 – Rainy day. Painted wheels over again. Flanders here.
Mar 27 – Snows some. Stranger called took breakfast. Flanders left. Worked on gearing.
Mar 28 – Pleasant. Work on box. Wallace Earl left for California. Lois home. Got my magazine.
Mar 29 – Rainy day. Worked on box. Wesley made saw frames. Mother sick.
Mar 30 – Snow on ground. Worked in shop on ax helves. Catharine came up.
Mar 31 – At home. Jo & Helen Wes & Harriet here.
Apr 1 – Snowey. Went to town meeting. Bot Tea 25¢ Bot salratas 10¢ School Bill 38¢.
Apr 2 – Worked in shop on box. Made helve for A Chipman. Doc Bab here in Evening.
Apr 3 – Pleasant. Went over to burg. Got order of Babcock 89.00. Bot screws 15¢. Ricardson Brot 7/8 wood.
Apr 4 – Pleasant. Painted wagon box. Worked up to Milfords afternoon. Halls Auction. Father bot chair.
Apr 5 – Cloudy. Worked up to Milfords fore noon. Painted box.
Apr 6 – Cloudy. Painted gearing. Made ax helves. Rainy night.
Apr 7 – Rainy morning or misty. Put wagon together. Father went & got Mrs Bundy.
Apr 8 – Rainy. Went over to the burg & up to Wesleys. Killed calf. Rainy afternoon.
Apr 9 – Worked in shop. Made ____ for C. Richardson. Father brot his wagon down. Nelson Nichols ___ to 21.½ lbs veal $1.07.
Apr 10 – Pleasant. Put in wagon neap for Father. Went over to burg. Bot shoes for Nancy 74¢ one paper 5¢.
Apr 11 – Pleasant. Went over to burg. Bot powder 10. Uncle Warren came here. Father got his oxen.
Apr 12 – Cloudy. Went down to Catharines. Husked corn.
Apr 13 – Mark & Catharine & Sarah went to Kalamazoo. Uncle Warren went home. Sarah bot calico & dishes 6.25¢. Mark bot harness.
Apr 14 – Snowed some cold. Came home afternoon.
Apr 15 – Cloudy. Went over to burg. Bot wicking 5¢. Tightened boxes in bugy.
Apr 16 – Commenced moveing. Carried six loads. York & ____ helped.
Apr 17 – Pleasant. Finished moveing. Brot five loads. Bot wheat 3 bushels.
Apr 18 – Cloudy morning. Fixed barn. Rainy day.
Apr 19 – Went over. Got my pig. Got trees grafted. Bot ½ lb tea 25¢. Got my cow home.
Apr 20 – Trimming currant Bush. C. Richardson Brot 1 & 1/16th cord wood.
Apr 21 – Went over to Fathers. Got the old cat.
Apr 22 – Trimmed trees. They raised a pole in town a number inlisted. Thunder shower in the night. Flanders brot ½ ton hay.
Apr 23 – Pleasant. Fastened my bench & moved things round shop.
Apr 24 – Put in reach for C. Richardson 50¢.
 Thomas Flanders
 An axe handle
 Harriet (Blakslee) Keith
 The pole, or tongue, of a cart
 His mother’s brother, Warren Wolcott (Willcutt)
 A pole which was usually a 2-by-4-inch piece of white oak with a hole at the front for connecting the wagon to a hitch