It is snowing quite hard looks like winter, if it keeps on at this rate shall have good sleighing. I went down to Richmond Tuesday and staid till this noon. Tuesday afternoon and night I staid at Mr. Emmons’s with Lottie Swan. Wednesday I took dinner at Mrs. Moore’s. Afternoon went up to Arkills’s. Lottie … Continue reading Hebron, March 4th, 1864, Friday
It froze some last night. Today it is pleasant but very windy. John has gone down to Uncle Jesse’s after the mail. Friday afternoon Mother went over to Sarah Welch’s. Sophronia and I called up to see Freddie Morgan. He is better but still looks sick. Georgia Hodge was there, she and Persus Morgan and … Continue reading February 28th, 1864, Sunday
We have just got a letter from May, she has had bad luck, had to stay in Buffalo and Albany all night. She said she hadn’t much money left when she got into Boston. I guess we shall get another letter tonight. I went over to school yesterday afternoon and I staid last night with … Continue reading February 25th, 1864, Thursday
There is going to be another singing school tonight. I guess I shall go. Mother was down to Richmond yesterday she called over to see Mrs. Moore. John went down to the village last night afoot. He went to a lecture delivered by an Indian he says it was good. Sunday Mother went over to … Continue reading February 23rd, 1864, Tuesday
Mother has been down to Uncle Jesse’s nearly all day. I baked some bread. Sophronia is over to Swans’s I guess. We had a singing school last night. Sophronia and I went. Eugene Swan came home with me. He came in and staid an hour or two. He wrote his name in my album. Mr. … Continue reading February 20th, 1864, Saturday night
The thermometer was 12 below zero this morning.
May started for Boston yesterday morning, and Albert for St. Louis. Aunt Eliza is nearly sick. Helen Seaman died Sunday night, she was buried today. We did not go to the funeral, it was too windy and cold. The thermometer was 7 below zero at half past eight this morning. Sunday night Hattie Taylor, Mrs. … Continue reading February 16th, 1864, Tuesday