Apr 1 – Worked on boat. Hank came up. Put boat up.
Apr 2 – Finished boat. Sarah went to burg in Evening.
Apr 3 – Went down to Catharines. Sap run some. Ethan and Mart boiling.
Apr 4 – Hank got his boat. Went over to town meeting. Traded rifle for Marts watch. Pleasant day.
Apr 5 – Carried 300 cucumbers over to burg. Sold to Mr Williams. Cut some wood.
Apr 6 – Made steps to doors and stoop. Cleaned up some round yard. Dance to A. Browns in Evening. Mended up old wheelbarrow.
Apr 8 – Worked around yard and shop. Raked up some.
Apr 9 – Work round house and yard. Went over to burg. Hannah went down to Skinners. Jo and Hellen called here.
Apr 10 – Went down to Catharines. Rainy day. Heard from Mark.
Apr 11 – Went to burg in morning. Bot Sis shoes 1.60¢. Came back. Went down to schoolhouse. School commenced. Went over to burg with Mart. Got school money. Bot barrel salt $3.00. David Tomkins stayed here all night.
Apr 12 – Pleasant morning. Drawed corn and worked round yard.
Apr 13 – Finished drawing corn. Trimmed appletrees. Mrs Hawkins here to dinner.
Apr 14 – Burnt apple brush. Cleaned up round yard. Mr Schram called here with a man to look at my place.
Apr 15 – Went down after Ethan. Rainy. Brot home shugar.
Apr 16 – Husked some corn. Went down to school house, moved seats. Stormy day. Got Mr Schrams saw. Snowed like fun.
Apr 17 – Quite pleasant. Snow all gone. At home all day.
Apr 18 – Moved stove in to the kitchen. Sawed some wood in afternoon. Received letter from M. F. Lee. Miss _____ came to night, new teacher came to board.
Apr 19 – Rainy morning. Finished husking corn. Sawed some wood. Coly Durgy and stranger here looking for a farm.
Apr 20 – Made churn dash for Mrs Hawkins. Sawed some wood. Rainy afternoon. Party over to Mr Planks this Evening.
Apr 21 – Sawed wood some, split some.
Apr 22 – Finished sawing up trees. Hat and Elizabeth Taylor here to day. Mrs Plank came over. Lucy came up. Fran calved to day I think.
Apr 23 – Went to Kalamazoo to see Ed. He was gone to Battlecreek. Mr Butler stayed all night. Lois came home. Went up in woods. Got Fran and her calf down in morning. Mr Butler and boy came here.
Apr 24 – Mr Butler here at home all day.
Apr 25 – Mr Butler here, boy sick. Tightened box in one of his wheels.
Apr 26 – Mr Butler left. I went to Kalamazoo. Sarah went to Catharines.
Apr 27 – Spaded up onion bed. Made pitman for A. Caywood in afternoon. Had a shower in Evening. Byron Allen & Hank Childs called here while it rained.
Apr 28 – Cool morning. Filed saw for Mr Sherman. Repaired door at barn yard.
Apr 29 – Ethan went to mill. Henry Lee came here, left bottle painkiller. Cleared out old shop. Pleasant day. Mart called here.
Apr 30 – Chored round. Mr Plank drawed over some hay.
 The daughter of his neighbors, Joseph & Caroline Wiseman, who was 16 years old
 His youngest daughter, Louese Keith, who was 9 years old
 Joseph & Helen (Bradley) York; Helen was Luke’s niece, the daughter of his sister Catherine by her first husband, Ethan Bradley
 Believe he is referring to Mark Lee, who was visiting his family in Salt Lake City, Utah