Mar 2 – Not very well no work. Ethan up to Lous.
Mar 3 – Jim went down to Kalamazoo after Hannah and Nancy. Very nice day.
Mar 4 – Pleasant day. Marenas Caywood Killed to day. His horses run with him.
Mar 5 – Not very well no work. Ethan to Lous yet. Jim and Hannah down to Mrs Browns.
Mar 7 – I not very well. Jim drew load wood for A. R Skinner. Jim took Sate home this morning.
Mar 8 – Took Nancy over to burg she went home. Took Hannah over to Nells at noon. Mr Lewis called here. Sold him some hens. Nice day. Henry W. Beohr Died to day.
Mar 9 – Took five hens over to Mr Lewis this morning. Hannah went to Allertons.
Mar 10 – At home no work. Jim at home.
Mar 11 – Not very well. Ethan working on moddle.
Mar 12 – No work not much done.
Mar 13 – Cold windy day. Expected Hellen and Adelpha here. No come.
Mar 15 – Nice pleasant day. Ethan and Jim went to Kalamazoo. Jim started for Dacota. Took Peter up to culls to Bull.
Mar 16 – Went over to office get no letter from Lou. Floyd some better. Rial Coe died to day.
Mar 17 – Went over to burg. Cold wind some dusty. Pleasant and dry. Ethan making moddle for Whitford.
Mar 18 – Cut some lims of the old apple tree. Went over to burg after mail. Cold wind. Ethan finished moddle.
Mar 19 – Not very well. Not much work but chores. Pleasant weather dry and dusty.
Mar 20 – At home. Pleasant day. Ethan, Hannah and Lelah went up to cemetry where Jay was buried.
Mar 21 – Some colder, rain some in afternoon. Went over to burg. Hannah went to Caywoods this morning.
Mar 22 – Took Sarah to Kalamazoo she went up to Lous. Cold wind disagreable day to be out.
Mar 23 – Pleasant morning. At home not very well. Went over to burg in afternoon.
Mar 24 – No work to day. Cold wind. Sarah up to Lous. Hannah down to Mr Caywoods.
Mar 25 – Cool wind. Went down to Marts to Mill. Hellen and Adelpha. Saw Ruthann York. A. Simmonds paid 25¢.
Mar 26 – At home. No one here but Ethan and my self. Hannah came home in Evening.
Mar 27 – Cold blustring day, snow and wind.
Mar 28 – Mercury 7 Abz. Hannah went up to Net Towns in morning. I put top on violin.
Mar 29 – Cold, mercury 1 below zero at six morning. Ground covered with snow. Clara came down in afternoon.
Mar 30 – Clara went home. Sarah came home. Got one bushel potatoes of Town. Jesse Crawford came up in Evening.
Mar 31 – Not very well no work. Pleasant nice weather.
 His daughter, Louese (Keith) Harris
 LaVerne and Floyd Harris
 Michigan death records confirm that Marenus Caywood died on March 4th in Comstock, Michigan, and FindAGrave.com shows he was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Comstock, Michigan. Sadly, Marenus died only six months after his marriage to Mary Fisher
 Michigan death records show that Orra Bush died on March 7 in Kalamazoo, Michigan and FindAGrave.com reveals that he is buried in Lawler Cemetery, Augusta, Michigan
 Sarah Skinner, the sister of Adelbert Skinner, Luke’s son-in-law
 His son-in-law, Adelbert Skinner
 Hard to decipher the last name. Could possibly be Beach
 His niece, Helen (Bradley) York, and her daughter, Marion Adelphia York. Helen was the daughter of Luke’s sister, Catherine (Keith) Bradley York, and her first husband, Ethan Bradley
 Neighbor Erasmus Towne
 Harriet Taylor and her sister, Flora Elizabeth “Libby” (Taylor) Schram. Libby had been married to Isaac Schram, however by 1880 they were divorced and Hattie and Libby were living together
 See footnotes to February 23 and December 22
 His grandson, Floyd Harris
 Ruth Ann (Fletcher) York was the widow of Edwin York. Edwin and Helen (Bradley) York’s husband, Joseph York, were brothers
 Clara (Youngs) Clark, the wife of his grandson, Charles Clark
 His wife Sarah’s niece, the daughter of Hiram Crawford, Jr.