Jun 1 – Worked on road finished at noon. Went over to mill in afternoon. Carried 3 bushels wheat. One of the young sheep had a lamb.
Jun 2 – Took tire of my wheels and trimed spokes. A. Brown washed his sheep. Old sheep came down with lamb.
Jun 3 – Jo, Lois and Julia Lee came up. Took my wheels over van set tire. Ethan went to Kalamazoo. Bot charts for school $22.50¢.
Jun 4 – Hoeing some in garden. Carry Wiseman here. Mr and Mrs Wiseman cleaned schoolhouse. Ethan cultivated corn East of barn. Will Clark came home. Had a shower.
Jun 5 – At home all day. Had a shower in morning. Warm day. Harry Streator here to tea.
Jun 6 – Went up to Dick Lamkins and burg.
Jun 7 – Hoed in garden some. Sawed out felloes for Shermans wheel.
Jun 8 – Put rim on Shermans wheel. Finished wheel. Had a fine shower.
Jun 9 – Rained some this morning. _____ _____ buggy spoke put it in all right. Boy stopted here with race horse from three rivers, the Sea Gull. Ethan went down to A Browns after some cabbage plants.
Jun 10 – Put worked on cupler some.
Jun 11 – Worked on cupler. Hoed some in garden.
Jun 12 – Went down to Cates. Fine day. Cate had 10 pigs.
Jun 13 – Rainy day. Finished cupling. Stepen Wilcut and wife came here. Rained all night.
Jun 14 – Rainy morning, rainy day. Stephen and I went up to Uncle Warrens old place.
Jun 15 – Went to Kalamazoo with Stephen. Stayed to Catharines all night.
Jun 16 – [illegible] Ethan cultivated corn. I went over to burg with my cupling.
Jun 17 – Stephen and Cory came here to dinner. They started for home. I went to burg in after noon. Very hot. Went up to Hartwells with Corys shawl.
Jun 18 – Ethan cultivated corn on hill. I hoed in garden. Mr Miner sheared one sheep. Went to burg in Evening. Carried my cupling over. Very hot day.
Jun 19 – Went down to Catharines. Nancy came home. Hannah went down to Catey. Went in swimming.
Jun 20 – Mr Miner sheared my sheep. Hot day.
Jun 21 – Hoed in garden out by the barn and corn west of House. The old hen commenced sitting on 15 Eggs.
Jun 22 – Made calf pen. Made soap and hoed in garden some. Drawed load wood for Hawkins. Dick Lamkins called here. Mr Plank commenced cutting hay.
Jun 23 – Set some tomatoe plants out by hogpen. Dick Lamkins cut grass. Very hot.
Jun 24 – [illegible]
Jun 25 – Finished drawing in hay. Went over to burg. Paid Wiseman 4.00 for cleaning school house.
Jun 26 – At home. Very hot. Jesse Turner and wife here, going to Kalamazoo. Very hot 112 Abz in sun.
Jun 27 – Ethan cultivated potatoes. I hoed some in garden. Very hot. Some showers round in sight, no rain here.
Jun 28 – Ethan cultivated corn some. Had some rain. 118 in sun.
Jun 29 – Chored round. Went over to burg in afternoon.
Jun 30 – Rained some. Ed Childs here to dinner. Ethan went down to Catharines after Hannah. Mrs Covil struck with lightning in Charleston.
 Luke’s paternal first cousin, Joseph & Lois (French) Lee, and Mark Lee’s wife, Julia Ann Lee
 His grandson, William Byron Clark
 His maternal first cousin, Stephen Hoxie & Coralin (Underhill) Wolcott
 Warren Wolcott, who had lived in Comstock, Michigan, from about 1834 until sometime in the 1850s when he moved to Almena, Michigan
 Sarah “Sally” (Davis) Turner