July 1st, 1872, Monday

Pleasant. Eugene and I went to Genoa and Richmond. I bought me a linen dress. I had a letter from Soph today. She has been down to Biddeford. She was having a splendid time. She was in Boston when she wrote. Is going to Dunbarton after the 4th. She says the city is crowded, people … Continue reading July 1st, 1872, Monday


January 30th, 1866, Tuesday

Albert Alexander and Sophronia were up here yesterday. Albert got home Saturday night. Soph is staying there now. Aunt Eliza is sick, threatened with a fever. Anna Swan and George Smith staid here Saturday night. Sunday we went to meeting to the Baptist Church. About a dozen baptized, Marietta Nobles, John and Anna Miller among … Continue reading January 30th, 1866, Tuesday