Jun 2 – Finished Hanks wheel.
Jun 3 – Not very well. At home. Barber brot thills over to be made.
Jun 4 – Worked in shop some on thills.
Jun 5 – Hued out thills. Barber and Ridler cultivating. Had a fine shower in afternoon
Jun 6 – Cut out rockers for chair. Went over to burg, sent Hanks wheel to him. Ethan and Henry turned mallets and balls for Ed flanders. Had a heavy rain in Evening. Went down to Lois just at night.
Jun 7 – At home. Alvin and Ida Lee came up here.
Jun 8 – Went over to burg in forenoon. Had a heavy shower. Went over to burg in afternoon. Saw Doc. Johnson.
Jun 9 – Hot morning. Took felloes of Wightmans wheels.
Jun 10 – Went over to burg to see show come in.
[End of 1874 entries in his 1873 diary, then two entries in 1874 diary on August 30 and September 1]
Aug 30 – Judge Bazel Harrison Died to day Ae 100 & 3 years.
Sep 1 – Judge Bazel Harrison Buried to day.
[No entries for September 2-21]
 Neighbor, Edwin Flanders
 His paternal first cousin, Alvan Lee, the son of Charles & Juliana (Davis) Lee. Ida Lee’s father, Joseph Warren Lee (Alvan’s brother), died April 4, 1864 in an Army hospital from wounds received in battle in Tennessee during the Civil War. Her mother, Nancy E. Taylor, remarried July 29, 1864 to William Count, but died three months later on October 1, 1864. The step-father relinquished his rights to the children and they went to live with their grandparents, Charles & Juliana Lee, in Comstock
 Felloe or felly – rim, or segment of the rim, of a spoked wheel