Charlie, May and Martha Frothingham and Lou Mitchell were here to dinner. We expected Uncle Jesse’s folks up but they did not come. Albert Alexander came home Friday night. I went home from school with Sophronia Gale. At night we went to Richmond with Uncle Sam Gale. I called to see Lottie Swan. Sanford Rotnour … Continue reading December 18th, 1864, Sunday
Anna Swan came down here yesterday morning and staid till this afternoon. Last night Eugene Swan, John, Anna Swan and Sophronia went down to Richmond. I did not go but staid at home and read the Ledger to Mother. I have been nearly sick for the past week, have had a bad cough. Tuesday Flora … Continue reading Sunday Dec. 4th, 1864
We are having miserable weather. It has rained ever since Friday. It is awful muddy. Charlie Frothingham and Eddie Cook were here this afternoon. Charlie came home Wednesday night. He is going back tomorrow morning. Thursday 24th was Thanksgiving. We did not have any company and I staid at home and work much against my … Continue reading Hebron, November 27th, 1864
I did not go to Ringwood because they had the party Thursday night instead of Friday. Eugene Swan and Irving Green went. May Frothingham went with Adin Swan. I was over to Frothinghams’s Tuesday night. I board at Mr. Ager’s.
Last Tuesday I went home with Hannah K. I staid in Alden till this morning. Last Thursday 27th Hannah, Mr. and Mrs. Knickerbocker and I went to Harvard. Friday morning 28th Ike went over to Mr. Bordwell’s with me. I staid with Lilly until Sunday. I went home from meeting with Hattie Easton and staid … Continue reading November 1st, 1864, Tuesday
We finished husking our corn this forenoon. Mother, Sophronia, and I have helped some. Mother has gone over to Mrs. Calef’s this afternoon. Yesterday afternoon Sophronia and I went down to Aunt Gale’s. Martha and May Frothingham, John Unger, Will Howe, Sarah and John Weeks were there. John Unger went to Rockford last night. We … Continue reading October 14th, 1864, Friday
One year yesterday, May came home. I wish she were here now. She said in her last that she would come next spring. Albert Alexander got home Friday 7th. He was up here and took dinner yesterday. He looks better than he did when he went away, he has fleshed up some. Yesterday afternoon Sophronia … Continue reading October 9th, 1864, Sunday