Jan 28 – Worked on bobs. Sent letter to Hite 3¢.
Jan 29 – Worked on bobs &c. Good sleighing.
Jan 30 – Put one bob together. Lyman brot his shoes for bobs.
Jan 31 – Sis got hand burnt. Bot salve 25¢. Bot iron & screws 9¢. Made slead for Mrs Hodges. Filed saw for Hoag 10¢.
Feb 1 – Worked on bobs. Received 10.
Feb 2 – Went over to Fathers & up to Milfords.
Feb 3 – Worked on bobs. Sent letter to G. T. 3. Bot ½ lb Tea 40¢. Carried one bob to shop. Richardson Brot one & ¾ stove wood.
Feb 4 – Worked on bob some. Mrs Butterfield buried to day. Lois came home in Evening.
Feb 5 – Finished Earls bobs. Sarah & Lois went over to Mr Halls. Bot salrates 10¢.
Feb 6 – Worked on slead for Mrs Gyle. Got Ethens Boots tapt 37¢ Bot iron & screws 10¢. Richardson Brot one & one Eighth wood.
Feb 7 – Finished Mrs Gyles slead. She paid one Dollar. Bot Lozenges 25¢. Filed saw for Kingsley (25¢).
Feb 8 – Worked in shop some. Chored round. Nancy came down with measles. Hatty Signor died.
Feb 9 – At home all day. Sarah went to church. Lois Ethen and Hannah went in Evening.
Feb 10 – Took down lathe &c. Sawed of some spokes. N. Galt paid one Dollar. Hung ax for Vet Mead 10¢.
Feb 11 – Hung ax for Meads Brotherinlaw 10¢. Set saw for Dutch Smith 10. Went up to Andrew Mc.Clarys. Extracted tooth for his wife 25¢. Garvas Muncil called here.
Feb 12 – Went over to Fathers. Matilda Munsil here in Evening. Stuarts Regiment left Kalamazoo.
 Nickname for his brother-in-law, Hiram Crawford Jr
 Nickname for his baby daughter, Louese Keith
 George Tomlinson, who was married to his niece, Marion (Sprague) Tomlinson
 Saleratus; sodium or potassium bicarbonate used as a leavening agent; baking soda