Category Archives: 1889

December 1889

1 Sun Some clouds and cool with a West Wind. I was home all day. Harden and wife and Mrs.Bartley went up to Rideout’s. 2 Mon Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. I started to go to brother Thomas’ … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

November 1889

1 Fri Clear and cool with a West Wind. We was hauling manure all day up by Harden’s. Fred Blackden came here tonight. Some signs of a storm. 2 Sat Clear and warm with a SW wind. G.W. Fulton and … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

October 1889

1 Tue Cold with a SE rain most all night and all day. We cleaned up 17 1/2 bushels of buckwheat today. T. Fulton and Nehemiah Stairs, apple peddler, here. 2 Wed A SE rain most all night and cold … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

September 1889

1 Sun Very Smoky and warm today. Wind from the NW. Thomas Bartley and wife and Jud Straight called here 2 Mon Clear and warm with a SW wind. We hauled in one load of oats and three of peas … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

August 1889

1 Thur Some clouds with a SW wind. We was mowing and hauling in hay. It rained a little after 4 o’clock. 2 Fri Cloudy and warm with a SW wind. It rained heavy last night and a little today. … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

July 1889

1 Mon Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. Me and Perry was weeding potatoes today. James Craig got his meal from here today. 2 Tuesday Clear and warm with a SE wind. I wrote a letter to Aaron tonight. … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

June 1889

1 Sat Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. We finished planting potatoes today. Havelock Bartley here tonight. Frank Larrabee was here. Fendlesen called here. 2 Sun A SE rain most all night and all the fournoon. G.W. Fulton here … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

May 1889

1 Wed Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. I went to Blaine this morning and wore by overcoat and mittens. Took dinner at G.W. Fulton’s. J. Mahan brought me in a bbl of flour from Frank Pierce. 2 Thursday … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

April 1889

1 Mon Some clouds and cool with a SE wind. I was hauling wood all day. Fred and Stella here tonight. J.W. Fulton and Mathias McDonald called in here. 2 Tue Cloudy with a NE wind. It snowed most of … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

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 … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

February 1889

1 Sun Cold, snowing, blowing and drifting all day and still drifting at bedtime. Harden hauled five cord of wood for Fred today. 2 Sat Clear and cold with a West wind. I was home all day. Mrs. Mahan and … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment

January 1889

      1 Tues Cloudy and cool. 26 deg. Above zero. I was home all day choring. Harden went down to Bell’s and got a sheep. I sent a letter to Mrs. Ephraim J. Fulton in Minnesota today. (Louisa) … Continue reading

Posted in 1889 | Leave a comment