September 1891

1   Tue   Cloudy and warm with an East wind. It commenced to rain about two o’clock. Samuel Boone and son left this morning.

2 Wed Cloudy and warm with a NE wind. We finished mowing buckwheat over the brook today.

3 Thu   Clear and warm with a SE wind. We finished mowing peas and oats below the barn today.

4 Fri    Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. Harden and Fred was mowing grain today. EH Fletcher was here. We payed him all up.

5 Sat   Some clouds and warm with a NW wind. We finished cutting all our oats and buckwheat today.

6 Sun   Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. It rained most of the afternoon. G.W. Fulton and W.W. Larrabee called.

7   Mon Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. Commenced raining in the evening. Dorothy Bell and two children here.

8   Tue   Cloudy and cool with a NW wind. I took a tub of butter and ten and 1/2 dozen eggs to B.F. Pierce today. Mrs. Bell went home.

9   Wed Clear and cold with a NW wind. Heavy frost and done some damage. Rained before night. We smoked out a bee hive. So ends the day.

10 Thu   Some clouds and warm with a NW wind. We was raking up grain and hauling in today.

11 Fri    Clear and cool with a NW wind. We finished hauling in our oats today. I dug some potatoes.

12 Sat    Clear and warm with a SE wind. We finished hauling in peas and oats. Fred and Stella went over on West Ridge tonight.

13 Sun   Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. We was home all day. Some signs of rain. Fred came home

tonight. Left Stella to father’s.

14 Mon Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. I was digging potatoes and Harden and Fred was pulling beans.

15 Tue   Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. Appearance of frost. Harden and Fred was pulling beans.

16 Wed Some clouds and cool with a SW wind. Heavy frost. We finished putting in the last of our grain.

17 Thu   Clear and warm with a SW wind. Harden drove out to B.F. Pierce’s. Fred went over on West Ridge.

18 Fri    Cloudy and warm with a SW wind. Commenced to thunder in the morning quite early but no rain till about noon. Thundered and rained till 9 o’clock.

19 Sat   Clear and cool with a West wind. I drove out to B.F. Pierce and took dinner at Larrabee’s. Took plums and apples and got sugar at York’s. Called at Bell’s.

20 Sun  Some clouds and warm with a West wind. I was home all day. Ephraim Lawrence and Perry O. Cox here to tea.  L.H. Fulton and wife and Fred and Wife to Straight’s.

21 Mon Rained most all day. Wind from the NW. I sent the lamb to Luce & York by H. Everitt. John Boyd  here today. Still rainy looking.

22 Tue   Cloudy and warm with a NW wind. Sam Fulton here to dinner. Harden and Fred went to Knoxford tonight. (Samuel D. Fulton, age 43, is the 6th born of Thomas and Margaret Fulton of Knoxford, N.B. Samuel, named after his grandfather, Samuel Fulton. Sam and his wife, Elevia, had children: Mack, Harvey, Ella, Elizabeth and Blanche Fulton)

23 Wed Clear and cool with a NW wind. I was digging my potatoes in the garden today. Harden and Fred got in five bbis in the cellar.

24 Thu   Cloudy and some rain till noon. Cleared off about noon. Fred went over to his father’s and back again.

25 Fri    Some clouds and warm with a SW wind. We was digging potatoes all day. Viola Hill and Sada Gray and Nell Mahan all here. Mrs. G. Hallett here and Mrs. J.W. Fulton.

26 Sat    Clear and warm with a SW wind. We was digging and hauling in Potatoes all day. Sam Fulton called.

27 Sun   Some clouds and cool with a SW wind. Len Bartley and wife and two children and Hanes and wife called.

28 Mon Clear and warm with a SW wind. I went to Blaine and got Mod shawed. Mr. Watten is here tonight.

29 Tue   Clear and warm with a SW wind. J. Watten left here this morning. Harden took 12 bbis of potatoes to the factory at 35 cents per bbl.

30 Wed Clear and cold with a NW wind. Mr. James Fulton from Nova Scotia, my cousin, and Will Squires called here. (Nothing more mentioned about grandfather’s cousin from Nova Scotia)

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