Nov 5 – Rainy day. Went to Election, Greley and Grant run the heat.
Nov 6 – Got my peach blow potatoes down from south lot. The boys got the last of their cornfodder away. Snowed some in night.
Nov 7 – Snow about ¼ of an inch deep.
Nov 8 – Drawed pumpkins, some fodder. Fine day. Went over to burg just at night.
Nov 9 – Hung ax and filed saw for Del Skinner, filed saw for A Caywood, finished blocks for Theodore Earls Saw. Mrs Freeer  Buried to day.
Nov 10 – Fine morning. Went down to Catharines. Got Marts trowel.
Nov 11 – Cut some wood and drawed it. Fine warm day. Went over to burg in Evening.
Nov 12 – Trimed orchard some. Fine day. Dug a few potatoes in south garden. Jo Lee here. Had Smith Carletons buckboard. Harvey stayed here all night with Jim.
Nov 13 – Cool morning, some wind. Round home. Went down to Catharines. They all came up here in Evening, had a time.
 Horace Greeley lost to Ulysses Grant by a landslide
 A search of FindAGrave.com reveals that Jane (Hoag) Freer died November 7, 1872 and is buried in Cook Cemetery, Pavilion, Kalamazoo County, Michigan. Her daughter, Luthere A. Freer died February 17, 1872 and is also buried in the Cook Cemetery. Luke mentions in his February 19th entry that the “Freer girl buried”