Nov 1 – Pleasant day. Rebecca Plank came over here. Darias Austin stayed here all night. He was moving some things, had a cow.
Nov 2 – Austin left. Pleasant morning. Nancy & Hannah went down to Jo Lees. Ethan got Sorgum, had 14 Galens.
Nov 3 – Ethan husking corn. Fine day.
Nov 4 – Pleasant day, warm. I went over to burg to Mr Planks. Merideth came up here.
Nov 5 – Pleasant day. Old Mr & Mrs Ralph called here. Alvin Lee brot Alfleda here.
Nov 6 – Cool wind. Went down to Catharines with Meridith. Called to Jo Lees took dinner. Snowed in night ¼ inch.
Nov 7 – Fine day, plasant, had a little snow. Ethan and Meridith husking corn. Ida Lewis buried to day.
Nov 8 – Finished husking corn about ten AM. Cloudy, not very cold.
Nov 9 – Went down to Jo Lees. Rainy afternoon. Mr Howlet Died about Eight AM. Jo Lee went to Kalamazoo after Coffin.
Nov 10 – Came home. Got some walnuts.
Nov 11 – Mr Howlet buried to day. Very pleasant day.
Nov 12 – Fine day. George Turner came up here got his boring machine. Ethan went down to Jo Lees.
Nov 13 – Cloudy morning, rainy afternoon and night. Ethan working on moddle cupler. Mrs Keith here. Mr Boin Died. Lived near Mr Swaddles.
Nov 14 – Rainy.
Nov 15 – Pleasant, cool. Ethan making cupler.
Nov 16 – Pleasant day. Went over to burg. Got some wine. Hard frost.
Nov 17 – Pleasant, hard frost this morning. Nancy and Hannah came home.
Nov 18 – Ethan cut some wood and went over to burg. Eb, Harry and Nell here in Evening. Rained in night. Skinner & Clark maried to day.
Nov 19 – Nancy went down to Jo Lees. Louesa came home. Alfleda here.
Nov 20 – Ethan working on cupler. Cold day.
Nov 21 – Ethan boiling cider. Snows some. Ethan finished cupler.
Nov 22 – Snowy day, snow fell 2 inches, cold and windy.
Nov 23 – Ethan, Sarah and Alfleda went down to Catharines. Pleasant day. Mr Plank thrashing Buckwheat. Dick Lamkins here in Evening. Snowed like fun, snow fell 3 inches. Sarah Borrowed six Dollars of Alvin Lee.
Nov 24 – Mr Plank finished the Buckwheat, had 22 bushels.
Nov 25 – Ethan cut some wood. Mr Schram called, paid for cider $3.20¢.
Nov 26 – Some misty and foggy. Ethan went down after Hannah.
 Ida May Lewis, the daughter of Maxon & Mary Lewis, died of croup at the age of 4, on November 4, 1871
 His cousin; the son of Jesse & Sally (Davis) Turner
 A search of the 1870 census shows L. & Lucinda Bowen listed immediately after S[amuel] Swaddle; FindAGrave.com shows Lucius Swaddle, the husband of Lucinda Congdon, died in 1871 and is buried in the Galesburg City Cemetery, Galesburg, Michigan
 His daughter, Lois (Keith) Clark, married Adelbert Skinner
 His youngest daughter, Louese Keith, usually referred to as Sis
 A pole that connected the front axle and the rear axle of a wagon
 The son of Jesse & Mary (Clapp) Earl; see June 14th entry