Mar 1 – Made crutch for Jo Lee. Will Starr went home.
Mar 2 – Sawed and drawed some wood.
Mar 3 – Very blustring day. Went over to burg after money for Teacher, no get him. Brot violin home to repair.
Mar 4 – Went down to Katharines after Hannah. Carried Jo his crutch. Went over to burg. Received 100 Dollars of Treasurer. Paid Carrie E. Austin 80 Dollars. Paid Dr Finch $15 Dollars.
Mar 5 – Snowes some, lots snow on ground.
Mar 6 – At home all day. Cut some wood in road.
Mar 7 – At home. Katharine and Jim Payne here.
Mar 8 – Cut some wood in road.
Mar 9 – At home. Went down to A. Browns in Evening. Carley and Tamer Ford here in Evening.
Mar 10 – Hannah went to Battlecreek. Made finger board for my violin.
Mar 11 – Not much done. Put strings on violin. Charly stayed all night. Rainy day.
Mar 13 – Worked in shop some. Ethan went down to Catharines. Stayed all night.
Mar 14 – Pleasant mornng, snow running of fast. Jim and Sis came up, she went back.
Mar 15 – Chored round some. Water running all round, lots water.
Mar 16 – Very blustring day. Snowd and blowed like fun. Rough time. Mr S Wood Died.
Mar 17 – Very blustring, no teams of any account out to day. Looked over apples.
Mar 18 – Quite comfortable, no wind but lots of ice. Gus Giddings Died to day.
Mar 21 – Pleasant, mercury 4 below zero. Went down to Catharines after Louesa. Mr and Mrs Wood buried to day. Sarah and Edna went with Mrs Ford.
Mar 22 – Worked in shop some. Edna went home.
Mar 23 – Worked in shop some. Carried Sarah over to burg in Evening. Snowed and blowed.
Mar 24 – Went over to burg, got stuf for washing machine.
Mar 25 – At home all day. Worked in shop some. Went up to Flanders. Got 5 bushels wheat, 3 bushels potatoes.
Mar 26 – Worked on machine all day.
Mar 27 – Worked in shop. Went up in wood cut some wood. Stella and Jimmy here.
Mar 28 – Pleasant morning. At home all day.
Mar 29 – Went over to burg, bot dress and odder dings for Hannah. Turned out rollers for Caywoods machine. Skinner traded faring with Franklin.
Mar 30 – Pleasant morning. Worked on machine.
Mar 31 – Cut down two trees one leaning tree in south part of woods. Finished machine. Rainy day.
 His first cousin, Joseph Lee (son of Rhoda (Keith) and Charles Lee)
 Neighbor, the daughter of Franklin Benjamin & Gertrude (Quick) Austin. Perhaps she was the teacher that Luke referred to in his March 3rd entry
 Neighbors, Charles and Mary Tamer Ford, the children of Thomas & Adelia (Tompkins) Ford
 Ambrose & Matilda (Allen) Brown
 Neighbors, Marius O. & Laura (Rawson) Streator
 His youngest son, James Clinton Keith
 Simeon Wood Jr.; from the Kalamazoo Daily Telegraph, Monday evening, March 22, 1875 – Mr. Simon Wood, a farmer living some four miles east of Galesburg in Charleston, died on Wednesday evening, the 17th inst. bilious pneumonia, and his wife died the next day. They were worthy people and were somewhat advanced in years at the time of their death
 The Michigan Deaths and Burials Index confirms that Agustus Giddings, age 34, died on March 18, 1875 in Comstock, Michigan. FindAGrave.com records show that he is buried in Lawler Cemetery, Augusta, Michigan
 Neighbor, the son of Joseph & Amanda (Hobbs) Flanders
 Reliance E. (Brown) Wood. See footnote for March 16th entry. Reliance was the sister of Ambrose Brown
 It is uncertain as to whether this was Edna Irene Crawford, the daughter of Sarah’s brother Robert & Louesa (McCann) Crawford, of Edna Alice Crawford, the daughter of Sarah’s late brother, Edwin & Mary (Hamilton) Crawford
 His son-in-law Henry Brown’s nickname
 Neighbor, Adelia (Tompkins) Ford
 Other things