March 1889

1 Fri

Clear and warm with a SE wind. Me and Harden was yarding logs from Knoxford. Sam Fulton and wife, Tom Fulton’s wife, Len Bartley and wife and four children called here this afternoon.


 

2 Sat

Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. Signs of a storm. A.J. Fulton and wife here to dinner. Me and Harden picked up ten bbls of potatoes and took them out to Blaine for Hewitt’s. Fred came home tonite.


 

3 Sun

Clear and warm with a SW wind. I was home all day. Fred and Stella went up to Jim’s. Arthur Hutchinson and wife was here. Jim Mahan got the pungo


 

4 Mon

Clear and warm with a SW wind. Richard Bell and wife here today. Wife stayed all night. Mack Fulton here tonight. Fred went to his Father’s today.


 

5 Tue

Cloudy with a SE wind. It commenced to rain at noon and still raining at bedtime. Dolly went home. R. Jones and wife and R. Irvin was here. T. Bartley and Mack Fulton and J. Kearney called here. Harden went to Waltson’s Mill today.


 

 

 

6 Wed

Cold with a SE rain all day and still raining at bedtime. Robert F. Jones and wife here tonight.

(Robert F. Jones is Martha’s younger brother. Robert’s wife, Henriette, is Thomas Fulton’s daughter)


 

 

7 Thur

A SE rain all night and most ofthe day. Robert F. Jones and wife went home this morning. Harden took up his bee hive today. Fred came home tonight.


 

 

8 Fri

Cloudy with a SE wind and quite cool. Signs of more rain. Harden and wife and Mrs. Bartley here to tea. Fred was helping me saw wood.


 

9 Sat

Snowed most all day. The wind from NW. I was home all day. I was picking over potatoes. Fred helped Harden in the afternoon.


 

 

10 Sun

Cloudy and cool with a NW wind. I was home all day. Some signs of a storm. So ends the day.


 

 

11 Mon

Cloudy and cool with a North wind. J.W. Fulton got the pung today to go to Bridgewater. Fred went over to his father’s this morning. Me and Perry was sawing wood.


 

 

12 Tues

Clear and quite warm with a NW wind. Jim Cox here tonight. Me and Perry hauled wood all day with the oxen. Batchelder hauled his hay today.


 

 

13 Wed

Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. Me and Harden went to Watson’s Mill. I took 12 bushels of buckwheat. J. Chandler here. Snowing now. We mended the pung in the afternoon.


 

 

14 Thur

Clear and cold with a NW wind. I was home all day. Harden brought my grist home today from Watson’s Mill. Harden and wife took Mrs. Bartley home. A young Dane, Lars C.H. Christensen was here to dinner.


 

 

15 Fri

Clear and warm with a SE wind. I got a letter from A.J. Fulton. Richard Bell here to dinner with wood for George. I was sawing and hauling wood today.


 

 

16 Sat

Some clouds with warm SE wind. Jud Straight and Lister too tea here tonight. Fred came home tonight. I was sawing wood today.


 

 

17 Sun

Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. I was home all day. It commenced raining and snowing about noon. Harden and wife came home from Knoxford.


 

 

18 Mon

Cold and raining in the morning with a NE wind. It snowed hard in the afternoon. Myself and Harden went to Blaine and I took some eggs. Called to Bell’s going down.


 

 

19 Tues

A NE snow all the previous night until noon today. I drove Mod out Blaine this morning and got George Canady to set one shoe on the more.


 

 

20 Wed

Very cloudy with a cool NE wind. I was haUling wood this afternoon. Jim got the sleigh to the Province.


 

 

21 Thur

Some clouds and warm with a NW wind. Me and Perry was sawing and hauling wood today. Dotty Larrabee came here today.


 

 

22 Fri

Clear and warm with a NW wind. Fred and Stella moved today over on the West Ridge. Isaac and Ephraim Lawrence here tonight. Harden too two loads of logs to the Mill today.


 

23 Sat

Clear and warm with a SE wind. I lent Harden 50 cents and he returned 20 cents. Harden took a load of logs to the Mill today. The Lawrence’s left today. Jim stopped by on the way to the river. Evelyn is here this evening.


 

 

 

25 Mon

Clear and cold with a NW wind. I was home all day. Perry went over to Watson’s Mill and got the cog. Harden took a load of logs down to Blanchard’s. Joe Woolverton here today.


 

26 Tue

Mostly clear and cold with a NW wind. I was home all day. Harden took a load of logs to the Mill. Jim took tea here. E. Hawksley here tonight.


 

27 Wed

Some clouds and cool with a SE wind. Signs of a storm. I took a load of logs down to Blanchard’s Mill with the oxen. Jim and Harden went to Bridgewater.


 

28 Thu

Cold with a SE snow, quite soft, all day. I drove out to Frank Pierce’s and Harden took a load of logs to the Mill.


 

29 Fri

Mostly clear and cold with a NW wind. We got five birch logs hauled down to Blanchard’s Mill today. Myself, Jim and Harden had two teams.


 

30 Sat

Mostly clear and cold with a NW wind. Quite cold and blustery all day. Me and Harden went two trips to the Mill today to finish hauling logs.


 

31 Sun

Clear and cold with a SE wind. I was home all day. Harden and wife went to Bell’s. Perry went up to Straight’s. E. Hawksley and Horace Cox here today.

 

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