Nov 1 – Cloudy morning. Worked in shop all day.
Nov 2 – Rainy forenoon. Ansel and Lucy came up to get her _______ _______ filled. Sarah went to burg with them.
Nov 3 – Worked in shop all day on cutter. Fine day. Repaired Jo Keenes violin.
Nov 4 – Went over to burg in morning. Carried new corn over to mill. Carried Jo Keenes violin over he paid me 75 cts. Osgood paid for Bathrics violin. Mrs Betts went over to burg.
Nov 5 – At home. Nancy went up to Rass Towns.
Nov 6 – Worked in shop. Rainy day.
Nov 7 – Cool morning. Went over to burg to Election. Got 4 four bushels wheat of Taylor 1.20¢ pr. Carried it to mill.
Nov 8 – No work in shop to day. Dr McKinneys folks came up here. Fine day, cool.
Nov 9 – Fine morning. Sun came out nice and warm.
Nov 10 – Worked on cutter worked on road. Mrs McKinney went home.
Nov 11 – Worked in shop all day. Mrs Betts went over to burg to stay over the Sabbath and go and hear the gospel preached. Fine day.
Nov 12 – Pleasant morning. Went down to Marts.
Nov 13 – Worked in shop on cutter.
Nov 14 – Worked in shop. Good weather.
Nov 15 – Worked in shop some.
Nov 16 – Worked in shop. Patty and Lucy came up here.
Nov 17 – Worked in shop all day. Charly Clark _____ up to Skinners.
Nov 18 – Worked in shop on cutter.
Nov 19 – Finished Marts Cutter. Dell, Lois and Charley came down here. Rainy.
Nov 20 – At home all day. Dave and Walt cut some wood. Cut the big maple in south part of the woods.
Nov 21 – Started for Perry. Left Kalamazoo 2.40 PM, left Detroit 7 PM. Rainy night. Battlecreek 3 P.M., Marshall quater to four 4, Jackson quater past “ 4.
Nov 22 – Arrived in Buffalo ½ 5 AM. Rains. Left Buffalo 7.25 AM arrived in Perry ½ past 11 AM. Rained some, some flakes snow. Frank and George working at cider mill.
Nov 23 – At Perry. Went down to Scrantons office in morning. Cool. Sent Postal home to day. Sarah Chaddock Died This Evening about Eleven P.M.
Nov 24 – At Perry. Went up to Cidermill. Helped Frank screen some Beans. Mr Crane and wife came in in Evening.
 Erasmus Towne, the brother of Charles Towne
 Rutherford B. Hayes ran against Samuel Tilden and became the 19th President of the United States
 Hank & Nancy’s neighbors from Lawton, Michigan, Martin VanBuren McKinney and his wife and son, Mary (Stephenson) and Don Clyde McKinney
 Mary (Stephenson) McKinney
 His grandson, Charles Ira Clark
 The sons of neighbors Samuel & Catherine (Knecht) Barton
 Perry, New York, where his sister Martha “Patty” (Keith) Sprague and her daughter and son-in-law, Marion (Sprague) & George Tomlinson, lived
 He used ditto mark to reference the word “four” from the line above
 Frank John Tomlinson and his father, George Tomlinson
 Sarah (Crittenden) Chaddock was the niece of Luke’s second wife, Jerusha (Crittenden) Keith. Michigan death records confirm that she died November 23, 1876 in Allegan, Michigan, and FindAGrave.com reveals that she is buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Allegan, Michigan