Sep 1 – The Boys cut the corn south of orchard to day.
Sep 2 – Some ledle rain this morning. Not much done. Mr Forbush buried to day.
Sep 3 – Choring round. Not very well.
Sep 4 – Went up to cemetry to Jays grave and to Lois.
Sep 5 – Went over to R. G Smiths office got some writing done.
Sep 6 – Ed Rowland got Eggs 8 doz 90¢. Sarah went up to Hats in afternoon.
Sep 7 – Took Sarah over to Hoags in afternoon. Charly finished cutting the corn.
Sep 8 – Not much done fixed cutter and painted some. Nice pleasant day. Bina Earl here in afternoon.
Sep 9 – Some rainy in morning. Not much work.
Sep 10 – At home. Went over to burg in fore noon.
Sep 11 – At home all day. Went down to Will Browns in morning he went to Kalamazoo.
Sep 12 – Went over to burg in morning at noon and at night got.
Sep 13 – Went over to burg. Got grapes of Mrs Blake. Went over at noon got thill for carriage 40¢. Jo York hurt today.
Sep 14 – Put thill into the carriage. Mrs Hall called here. Ed Rowland go[t] 5 doz & 3 Eggs 63 cts.
Sep 15 – Fine day. Worked on cutter and carriage thill. J. M. York Died To day.
Sep 16 – Put trimmings on carriage thill and painted cutter. Shanyard called here I gave him 20 cts.
Sep 17 – Painting some and choring round.
Sep 18 – At home. No one here to day.
Sep 19 – Painted cutter thills. Went over to burg at noon. Sold some Butter to Cord Beach for cash no trade.
Sep 20 – Pleasant morning. Working round choring and doing nothing.
Sep 21 – Went to Kalamazoo called on Jess Turner. Rained some. Ida Newton Died this Morning.
Sep 22 – Ida Newton buried to day. Pleasant afternoon.
Sep 23 – Nice day. Worked on road shoveled dirt all day.
Sep 24 – Worked in shop on Caywoods machine. Worked on road in afternoon. Went over to Burg in Evening to Colin Concert[?].
Sep 25 – Went down to Katharines. Some cool. All well.
Sep 26 – Worked on road. Finished triming the trees on the crossing down near the Bridge.
Sep 27 – Worked round house and Barn. Husked some ledle corn.
Sep 28 – Sarah went over to Fan Towns. I dug potatoes in afternoon.
Sep 29 – Not very well. Went up to Mr Flanders got load Apples. Rainy night. Sarah went down to Mrs Browns.
Sep 30 – Not much work. Rainy day.
 Abel & Sarah “Jane” (Mason) Hoag. Luke’s wife Sarah and Jane were good friends
 Neighbor, Albina Earl, who was the daughter of neighbors and “shirt tail relative,” Jesse & Mary (Clapp) Earl
 The long shafts between which an animal is fastened when pulling a wagon
 Joseph M. York, the husband of his niece, Helen (Bradley) York (see footnote to June 8th entry). According to his obituary, he was attempting to “fix his shoe to the hind wheel of the front wagon. While fixing the shoe to make the wheel run onto it, his horses started and in attempting to catch hold of the lines he made a misstep and fell under the wagon so that the hind wheel of his front wagon and both forward and hind wheels of the trail wagon ran over his legs, partially lengthwise, crushing both bones of his right leg just below the knee and crushing the thigh bone of the left leg. The wheels all ran over his legs in the same place, each one doing its terrible work in grinding the bones and flesh to a jelly. His right arm was caught some way, probably by the shoe, and the flesh torn on the inside from the elbow to the wrist, laying the cords all bare.”
 His maternal first cousin
 Ida (Lee) Newton, the granddaughter of his first cousin, Charles & Juliana (Davis) Lee
 The men of Comstock were required to work on the roads a certain number of days based on how many acres they owned. To see more, click here.
 His neighbor, Frances Towne
 His neighbor, Joseph Flanders