Feb 22 – Carried Hams down to A. Browns this morning.
Feb 23 – Blocked out 3 axhelves. Ethan and girls went up to Wesleys to a dance.
Feb 24 – Dow Haines and cousin called here had their violins with them. They played very well. Mr and Mrs Plank called here to see about geting the house for the summer. Went down to Jo Lees.
Feb 25 – Went down to Catharines, came home. A. Browns family here in Evening.
Feb 26 – Pleasant morning lots ice all over. Painted sleigh over.
Feb 27 – Painted sleigh some. Repairing front room some. Will Plank here all night. Stelly Millham stayed all night.
Feb 28 – Pleasant morning. Worked in shop some on axhelves.
Feb 29 – Painted cutter thills worked on helves some. Pleasant day
Mar 1 – Mr Plank drawed some wood. Ethan and Nancy went over to burg. Mrs Barber sick.
Mar 2 – Went over to burg. Saw Mr Reynolds he no want the place. Will Plank sawed some wood. Started to go down to A. Browns. Bill got a way from me. I got him up to John Shermans barn.
Mar 3 – Cool, no sleighing. Mart and Lucy and Catharine came up.
Mar 4 – Carried some corn over to mill. One inch snow. Mr Plank drawed some wood. Cold wind. I drawed some wood. Catharine here.
Mar 5 – Pleasant 4 below zero. Cut and drawed some woood.
Mar 6 – Went over to burg, got meal. Caroline Earl came here. Mr Plank and Will sawing wood.
Mar 7 – Pleasant morning. Sarah, Caroline and I went up to Wesleys. Carried Caroline over to burg. Went in to barbers, Mrs barber some better. Mr Allen and children here in Evening, Mr Planks young folk, Hank Brown and Hank Childs.
Mar 8 – Snow 2 inches deep this morning. Sawed out some gearing. I Schram called here. I paid him 6 Dollars. Jo Lee Sold his farm.
Mar 9 – Sawed some more of my gearing. Extracted one tooth for Will Brown. Paid A. Brown 30.00 dollars, paid Alice Byington 49.00 & 30. Went Down to Skinners. 49 in afternoon. Saw 79.00 Charley Sutherland.
Mar 10 – Went down to Jo Lees and Catharines. Catharine went home.
Mar 11 – Sawed out wheelbarrow arms. John Sherman paid me 3.50 cts in full of all accounts up to this date.
Mar 12 – Went up to Ell Carys this morning with sleigh. Ethan went to Kalamazoo with Will Plank. Got Mr Barbers sewing machine. Nancy and Sis went up to Mr Allens.
Mar 13 – Went over to Wesleys, down to M O. Steators. Got one bushel potatoes. Went over to burg. Got 35. lbs flour of Mr Plank. Old Mrs Ralph and Em here. Jo Lee came up. Mr Samples girl Buried to day.
Mar 14 – Went up to Wesleys, got one bushel potatoes. Will Plank splitting wood.
Mar 15 – No work to day. At home.
Mar 16 – Ethan and Nancy went down to Catharines, stayed all night.
Mar 17 – At home, no one here. Ethan, Nancy came home. Lucy came home with them.
Mar 18 – Lucy went over to burg to get Georgies picture taken. I choped wood in fore noon. Snowed like fun in afternoon. Jo Lee called here. Will Plank here. Snow fell 1 inch one inch.
 Ax handles
 Neighbors, William & Harriet (Groat) Plank
 Two poles between which a horse is hitched to a wagon
 His horse
 Believe he is referring to his first cousin, Caroline M. (Wolcott) Earl
 Neighbor, John Allen, who is mentioned quite frequently as well as some of his children, Byron, Cora, Ida, Libbie and Emma
 Isaac Schram, a neighbor
 Neighbors, Hetta (Burgess) Ralph and Emaline (Stone) Ralph, the mother and wife of William Ralph
 George Clinton Lee Milham, Lucy & Mart Milham’s son