Jun 30 – Pleasant. Went over to Fathers. Nancy & Hannah went up to Wesleys. Heavy shower in the night.
Jul 1 – Pleasant. J. York called. Worked on Bronsons wheels. B. Vosburg brot cradle to repair.
Jul 2 – Pleasant. Worked in shop some. Got out seat rails. Bot pants for Ethen 40¢ Bot camphor 10¢ pins 6. Went after Mrs Ralph in Evening.
Jul 3 – Very hot. Took nance home. Girl Born at sun down.
Jul 4 – Pleasant. Great celebration in town. Bot shoes for Ethen 1.00 two pennies to the girls. Hellen & Jo here to dinner. Harvey buiried to day.
Jul 5 – Hot. Helped wash. Mary Childs here. Hoed some. Paid D. Harris one Dollar.
Jul 6 – Received letter from G. T. Repaired cleadle[cradle?] for B. Vosburg. Hoed potatoes.
Jul 7 – Hot. At home. Had a shower in the afternoon.
Jul 8 – Rainy morning. Worked on wheels some & on Box. Vosburg got cradle. Paid 38¢. Sent letter to G. T. Mrs Ralph 1.50.
Jul 9 – Parker here to Breakfast. Mended squair for Dutch tailor. Mark & Catharine & Mr Strong here.
Jul 10 – Pleasant. Filed two saws for barber. Mended cradle for Azro Blakeslee 38¢. Bot Box matches 5. Tailor paid 50¢.
Jul 11 – Pleasant. Bainbridge & frind Smith called. Mended cradle for D. Taylor 15¢. C. Richadson Brot one cord wood. Cow gone.
Jul 12 – Rainy. Cow gone. Mended cradle for Williams 10¢. Set skeins to Earls wagon. Bot candles 10¢.
Jul 13 – Pleasant. Repaired two cradles for J. C. Blake 50¢. Bot Washington map 7.00. Smith paid 10¢.
Jul 14 – Went over to fathers. Alvan there.
Jul 15 – Cloudy. Repaired cradle for Wm Blake 10¢. Hoed potatoes & corn. Bot 5 lbs shugar 45¢. Cow gone. One nipple 10¢.
Jul 16 – Put in two fingers for Williams 20¢. Rimed one wheel. Bot ½ lb Tea 31¢ Beef 16.
Jul 17 – Pleasant. Rimed wheels. Made rake for B. Clark.
Jul 18 – Pleasant. Painted Bronsons wheels. Beckwith paid $5.00.
Jul 19 – Pleasant. Mended rake & cradle for D. Lamkins 50¢. Mr. Mc.Govern here. Got his razor sharpened. Mrs David & Caty Wing here to Tea.
Jul 20 – Pleasant. Worked in shop some. Went down to movies. Bent seat rail &c. Lois went home. Smith paid 10¢ saw.
Jul 21 – Pleasant & dry at home. Del Pond paid 2.5 cts.
Jul 22 – Pleasant cool. Bot pail 25¢. Made patterns for union buggy.
Jul 23 – Pleasant & dry. Worked in shop some on gearing and box.
Jul 24 – Cool & dry. Bot Beef 25¢. Worked on gearing & dash &c.
Jul 25 – Pleasant. Worked on bugy gearing some. Yankee Robinsons show here. Went in Evening 15. Got Baswood board of A. Pond 20 feet.
Jul 26 – Rains this morning had a fine shower. Bent dash & split it. Had head ache after noon. Bot candles 20¢.
Jul 27 – Pleasant. Worked in shop some. Glued dash. Bot 5 lbs salt 5¢. Gyle paid five Dollars. Blackburn 25¢. Rainy night. Isaac Wing called here.
Jul 28 – Rainy morning. At home all day.
Jul 29 – Put up lathe & filled one tooth & extracted one for D. Taylor 50. Dwight paid me 15¢ for fixing cradle. Indian stayed all night. Bot _____ oil 5¢.
Jul 30 – Had a shower morning. Worked in shop some. Bot cloth for apron 25¢ Bot one doz eggs 8¢ crackers 2¢. Very hot 95 _____. By Clark paid 50¢.
Jul 31 – Cloudy. Worked in shop on lathe & dash. Very hot night.
Aug 1 – Hot 80 Abz morning. Put dash on cutter. Put in seat &c. Very hot.
Aug 2 – Hot 80 Abz. Worked on lathe some on cutter thills &c. Very hot.
Aug 3 – Hot 76 Abz. Worked on thills &c. Mark brot Ethen home.
Aug 4 – Hot 85 Abz. At home. At four P.M. in sun 110. In shade 98 & 90 in evening.
Aug 5 – Cloudy. Worked on thills & fender. Dr James Harris called. Bot ½ lb pepper 8¢.
Aug 6 – Pleasant. Corporation tax 24¢. One pr shoestrings 1¢. Went up to J. Flanders. All hands. Had a shower in night.
Aug 7 – Cloudy. Worked on cutter. Put Box on Chipmans wagon. Heavy shower all night.
Aug 8 – Hot morning. Finished Tuttles cutter. Mended Barbers Knife &c.
Aug 9 – Cloudy. Bot screws & Bots 22¢. Worked on table some. Mrs Rogers Sarah & An Eliza old Mrs Austin & Chloe. Guile moved his things.
Aug 10 – Foggy. Finished table. Carried corn to mill. Bot beer 10. Richardson Brot ¼ cord wood.
Aug 11 – Cooler & cloudy. Bot Beef 18¢ Bot ½ lb Tea 38. At home all day. Commenced raining in the night had a heavy rain.
Aug 12 – Rainy morning, Rain Rain. No work to day. Circus here. No meal to day.
Aug 13 – Pleasant. Lois came. Bot Beef 30¢ apple 2¢. Mended Ed Flanders pen. Richardson Brot one cord & 1/8 wood.
Aug 14 – Pleasant. Worked in shop made boulster for J. Flanders. Flanders brot over lumber. Bot saleratas 10. A Chipman brot 4 bushels wheat.
Aug 15 – Made whiffletrees for A Chipman. Had the first green corn. A Chip- Brot 4½ Butter. Bot candles 15. Richardson Brot 1 & ¼ wood. Recd 15 of Night.
Aug 16 – Pleasant. 4 Envelopes 2¢ postage 3¢. Sawed out springs for Earls wagon. Sarah went over river Mrs Deyo & Lois.
Aug 17 – Put irons on Earls Box & John B. White called here. Babcock paid $.18 & 48/100 Dollars. Paid Father $.78 Dollars.
Aug 18 – At home all day. Mended fan for An Eliza Rogers.
Aug 19 – Pleasant. Went up to J. Flanders & Mrs Wheatons. Flanders got three Kittens.
Aug 20 – Cloudy. Put in Ex for C. Richardson 2.00. Sarah & Lois went to A. Hoags.
Aug 21 – Worked in shop on Earls Box. Put finger board on John Fishers violin 10¢. Extracted tooth for J. York. Had a devil of a shower got wet.
 His daughter, Louese Jerusha Keith
 Believe this is his nephew, Harvey G. Keith
 Daniel D. Harris. Luke’s baby daughter, Louese, would grow up and marry Daniel’s son, Daniel Jr.
 Believe this is his cousin, Alvin Lee, the son of Charles & Juliana (Davis) Lee
 The long shafts between which an animal is fastened when pulling a wagon
 Daniel D. Harris’ father
 The pivoted horizontal crossbar to which the harness traces of a draft animal are attached and which is in turn attached to a vehicle or an implement