Mostly clear and cold with a West wind and very heavy. At R.L. Bell’s.
(Note: After visiting Forra’s grave, Robert and Martha would walk up the hill to spend some time at Richard and Dolly Bell’s home.)
Cold with a NW wind. At R.L. Bell’s at the Sewing Circle. Signs of a storm.
Cold with a NW wind. Signs of a storm soon. Quite warm today. At R.L. Bell’s. Down to R. McKelvery’s. Will and Alice there.
Quite warm today. Signs of rain. Down to R. McKelvery’s this afternoon.
(Note: Robert and Adaline (Fulton) McKelvery lived just across the road from King’s Grove Cemetery and at the foot of R.L. Bell hill.)
Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. At R. McKelvery’s. Cass Frost was here.
Raining this morning. Dull all day. Robert McKelvery brought us up to R.L. Bell’s in the afternoon.
At R.L. Bell’s choring and helping to work.
At R.L. Bell’s still to work helping Mrs. Bell.
At R.L. Bell’s visiting and helping Mrs. Bell.
At R.L. Bell’s helping Mrs. Bell with her wood.
Still at R.L. Bell helping Mrs. Bell with her wood.
We went down to Robert McKelvery’s and back. At night to R.L. Bell’s and kept house for them to go to Bridgewater.
Kept house on Sunday for R.L. Bell and wife while they went to Bridgewater Meeting.
A.J. Fulton came and brought us to his place to Blaine.
Dr. A.J. Fulton went down to Alfred King’s and back to A.J. Fulton’s.
(Note: Alfred King married Mary Fulton, daughter of Thomas Fulton of Royalton, N.B. Thomas was brother to Robert M. Fulton. Alfred and Mary lived in Blaine for a period of time before moving back to Knoxford, N.B.)
A.J. Fulton’s in the forenoon. Worked some for Aaron shoveling dirt. To McKelvery’s.
Robert McKelvery brought us up to R.L. Bell’s.
To R.L. Bell’s and chored and helped her.
I went down to R. McKelvery’s and got him to bring us home.
We was home all day and found things quite pleasant.
Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. Very heavy all day. More like October than June.
Cloudy and cold with a SW very heavy and cold wind. More like the Fall than the warm June.
Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. Fred and Harden went over to Bristol to the Wilcox trial.
Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. Very warm. John Bartley and son here today.
(Note: John Bartley, who married Robert’s daughter, Abigail, would bring his 10 year old son, John Wellington
Bartley, to see his grandfather. Welly was born June 11, 1887 and died Dec. 26, 1956.)
Heavy thunder and lightnings in the night but no rain. It began to rain in the morning and rained till three o’clock very heavy.
Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. Fred went to the Fort to get his grist.
Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. Two of John Bartley’s boys here today and Perry Cox. Signs of more rain.
Some clouds and cold with a NW wind and very cold. There was two Morehouse’s and two Lawrence’s here. Brother and sister each. Heavy showers all day. (Note: Phoebe and Elizabeth Jones was the sisters of Martha (Jones) Fulton. Phoebe married Philemon Lawrence and Elizabeth married Isaac Morehouse. )
Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. They commenced road work today for the first.
Cloudy and cold with a SE wind. Signs of rain in the forenoon. It begun to rain in the afternoon.
And so Ends the Month of June