Jun 1 – At home. Not much work to day. Picked up brush in orchard. Rany afternoon. Hannah came home in Evening. Rany night.
Jun 2 – Some sprinkle in morning. Lois and Ina drove over just at night. John Ives drove in a few minutes to see Hannah. Ethan and Hannah went over to burg just at night.
Jun 3 – Went over to burg after Nancy took her over to C. Fords to help Hannah. Went up to Ed Flanders got mortar. Sam Hartwell plastered in middle room. Cold wind.
Jun 4 – Went over got Hartwell to white wash and paper the room. Cold wind. Corn very backward. E Flanders called got some mortar.
Jun 5 – Nice morning sun came out for the first time in two weeks to warm up much. Went down to Katharines in forenoon.
Jun 6 – Cleaned house cleaned middle room. Cool. Mr Russel planting over East lot. Hannah and Nancy went to Geo. Blakes this morning.
Jun 7 – Work around house. Ethan put down carpet. I hoed some in garden. Some showery. Russel planting. Verry wet and cold.
Jun 8 – Some rainy. Russel finished planting. Kate and Blanch came on the B.T. 6 oclock run.
Jun 9 – Rainy. Kate here. Not much going on. I put the figures on Squair for Jim Milham.
Jun 10 – Letle sprinkle some. Went over to Burg in morning after Kates trunk. Made Charley Towns pulleys to clock. Jim got his Squair. Ground verry wet.
Jun 11 – Worked in garden. Fine day. Jesse came up on Bobtail 6 PM. Got letter from George with a v___ in.
Jun 12 – Very pleasant day. Worked in garden. Went over Bot shoes for Jesse bot one pair for Sarah.
Jun 13 – Nice morning. Took Jess over to burg. She went back to Kalamazoo.
Jun 14 – Not very well. No work to speak of.
Jun 15 – Hannah and Kate sewing like the Divol for Jesse making commencement Dresses.
Jun 16 – At home. No go to church to day. Kate and Blanch here.
Jun 17 – Will Brown brot Pig. Made pen for them. Lost my glasses. Gathered up old iron for Dick Lamkins.
Jun 18 – Went over to burg. Not work much. Rainy verry wet now days.
Jun 19 – Had a hevy shower this morning. Took Kates Trunk over. Blanch and Bes went to Kalamazoo. Took Kate over she went on 2.47 train. Big rain blows hard.
Jun 20 – Not much work. Helped Sarah wash. No one here company all gone. Filed saw for Charley Town he paid me for the pulleys and _____.
Jun 21 – Some ledle rain this morning. Not much work to day. Worked in garden some. Cool wind. Took Sarah over to Lois. Took Gaffings Box over to M Nichols.
Jun 22 – Took 2 Bushels wheat to mill.
Jun 23 – Cyrus and Mrs Streater called here just at night. Ethan and Hannah went down to Kalamazoo. Pleasant day rather cool wind.
Jun 24 – Nice fine day. Went up to E. P. Flanders to raising. He raised a large Barn 88 x 36 feet.
Jun 25 – Sick headache no work to day. Dr. Spinney and wife stayed to Charley Towns all night.
Jun 26 – Very warm day. Hoed some in garden. Went up to Herbs got 54 cabbage plants just at night. Hannah working to J. T. Allertons.
Jun 27 – Not very well. Took Sarah over to Lois. Worked in garden some.
Jun 28 – Took Sarah over to Lois she not stay. Commencement Exercize at Church. Reception at ____ Olins in Evening. Nancy and Lelah came up.
Jun 29 – Put Paris Green on potatoes. Rained some in afternoon.
Jun 30 – At home all day. Very warm. Ethan I went over and got Lois she came over stayed all day. Hannah promised to go in company with Nell in Streator.
 Neighbor, Edwin Flanders
 Katherine (Atcheson) Crawford and her daughter, Blanche Crawford, who were the wife and daughter of Sarah’s brother, Hiram Crawford Jr.
 Bobtail train run
 Jessie Crawford, Katherine & Hiram Crawford’s daughter
 George Tomlinson, the husband of his niece, Marion (Sprague) Tomlinson
 His granddaughter, Bess Brown
 Cyrus Streator and Laura Ann (Rawson) Streator. It is believed that Cyrus was the brother of Laura’s late husband, Marius Streator; research continues
 Andrew B. & Frances Spinney
 His granddaughter, Lela Brown
 A poisonous emerald-green powder used as a pigment, insecticide, and wood preservative
 Believe this should be “Nell and Streator,” which would be Nellie (Underwood) Stanford and her cousin, Henry “Harry” D. Streator