Roseltha Goble Diary, 1862-1864

Title

Roseltha Goble Diary, 1862-1864

Date Created

May 30, 1862

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Roseltha Goble Diary Collection

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Scanned Manuscript

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{Front cover. Blue paperbound book.}

{Inside front cover.}

My Journal

May 30th 1862. I have been a long time promising myself, and my Husband too, I would keep a diary. It is often useful for reference; besides profitable and amusing; It seems quite an effort to commence; but when the habit is once established, of recording each day's events It will not be an effort and I shall scarcely miss the time It has been cloudy and rather chilly to-day although so late in the season we have had no very warm weather Vegetation is very backward. It is so cold and dry nothing grows much. I watch the garden but the progress is so slow, it is quite discouraging. {following lines in pencil} Dora went to {illegible} to-day with her Grandpa and Gramma; and enjoyed her ride and visit very much.

May 31st. I am too sleepy to-night to write much. It is Saturday night andother week with its record of good and evil has passed away. May the Lord fit and prepare us for the Sabbath. It has been a warm pleasant day; but very dry. Dora has taken cold, and has a bad cough I hope she may soon be better. Good Night.

Yesterday June 1st was Sunday we attended Sabbath School The lessen was "Christ's Temptation in the Wilderness we had an interesting and profitable School. Mr. Landon preached at 11 oclock from the words "Blessed Savior" in two weeks he intends in continuation of the subject to preach from the remainder of the same verse "Glorious Gospel." We were threatened with rain in the morning, but it only sprinkled a little, it remains warm and dry. Dora's cough is much better a wet bandage on her chest I think

helped her.

June 3rd Yesterday I did not write here the day was warm and pleasant. in the forenoon I cleaned out and put in order the house for the man to sleep in. In the afternoon I finished my apron; and commenced my slippers. In the evening John and Henrietta accompanied by Elizabeth & Mrs. Kitchen called. The{y} did not stay long. Jasper was busy getting ready to move the barn. To-day I have been washing and cleaning all day, have worked a little in my Garden, weeding and watering, It has been {cold?} and threatened rain, but is as yet dry as ever. Jasper has two men helping him with the barn. I am tired but feel better than I did last week. I am not very strong I soon get tired. Jane came and helped us a little while this afternoon. I must make up the M. Sheet to-night yet.

June 4th In the afternoon went over to Wolverton with Father Goble to visit my Father found him at home and pleased to see us. He is all alone. It seemed too bad for me to come away and leave him I assisted in getting up a nice Tea; and washed the dishes altho' he said he could do it as well. It makes me feel very sad to go there; such a wreck of the "old home" The boys away at Washington exposed to danger and disease, And three of that home circle lying side by side beneath the summer grass. I feel very very lonely when I think of them, especially Darling Jassy because he died in a strange land among strangers and I was not with him; But I know all that a brother's love, and unwearied love could do for him was done, and it is a great comfort too that he was not left to sleep in the stranger's land, but was brought a long sad journey home to be laid beside Our Sainted Mother and young brother. The cup of sorrow is

so full but another drop might be added I know fatehr must be very lonely sometimes What changes time makes.

June 5th It has been warm to-day, but no rain yet. Jasper has been working on the road to-day & I have been working at my slippers and housework in general We heard to-night Drumbo nearly burned up to-day all the stores & hotels, and principal buildings. The loss of property must be very great Jasper is asleep and I am nearly in the same state. Good Night.

June 6th It has been warm to-day to-night it looks a little like rain Vegetation is becoming almost parched this dry warm weather. Dora is calling me; she has not seemed very well to-day Jasper has been on the road. Mother went this afternoon to Princeton to see Mrs. Mi{illegible}. I ironed this forenoon.

sewed during the afternoon and watered by Garden &c {illegible} It is late and I am tired & sleepy.

Monday night June 9th. It has been very warm to-day and no rain yet. I have been washing cleaning &c most of the day. This evening Mrs. Kitchen and a friend of her's Mrs Cooper came on the cars from London and staid to tea. Elizabeth & Henrietta came down for them. Jasper has been working at the barn. he failed in moving it entire; and is pulling it down, and then will have to put it up again. It will make him a good deal of work. Last Saturday I received letters from the boys good cheerful letters, they are yet at Washington and all well. I am glad they are more comfortable than they have been. In the afternoon we went to Drumbo. It is indeed

a desolate looking place forty-two buildings burned down. Every store, and tavern, post-office, Printing office and many dwelling houses. It is a sad looking place. Yesterday (Sunday) Elder Patton preached at the School house in the morning from the text "Mary hath chosen that good part, which shall not be taken from her." God grant we may all make so wise a choice. In the afternoon we went over to the Cooley Pond to hear him again. I am tired to-night and must court "tired Nature's sweet restorer balmy sleep."

June 10th Melissa went to John Scotts to spend the day Pa went to Woodstock and she went with him. She did not return but will remain all night. I have made Dora an apron & some other sewing. Jasper has been pulling down the barn

warm today This Morning Melissa came home & Mrs Jos. Kitchen and Mrs Cooper came to take the morning train. Jasper has been preparing two beds in the garden for me. Pa has given me More ground to {illegible} at. I expect my efforts will be rewarded by a profusion of sweet flowers bye and bye. I have been very busy today preparing to go to London for a visit. Dora is not very well.

June 12th It was very warm this morning but this afternoon and evening we have had a nice rain. It will do so much good. I hope it is not over with yet. I have been busy finishing my preparations for our visit to London we intend to go to-morrow. When I came home I must put in some seeds.

Wednesday June 18th. Yesterday we came home. We had a very pleasant visit. We left home Friday went up to Woodstock and took dinner with Lissa and Herman they have moved a little out of town and are quite pleasantly situated. Mr. Shrimpton dined with us. After dinner left for Uncle Daniel Goble's in Dorchester called a little while to see Henry Scott in Ingersol and arrived at Uncle D a little after tea-time found all well and expressed themselves pleased to see us. Saturday morning we left for Aunt Amy Davisons where we arried about 3 o'clock very tired It rained very hard part of the forenoon. We closed up the carriage and did not get wet. Gramma was not expecting us; and hardly knew us at first. She is very feeble and has failed much since I saw her.

I do not think she wuill be here long life's sands are nearly run out. She was much pleased to see us; and will feel better for the visit. Eliza has a fine little girl 7 months old. Dora was perfectly delighted with the baby We remained over Sunday and left for home Monday morning called on Mrs {Dadson?} in London done a little shopping and came on to Uncle Green's in Beachville we staid over night with them. Granma Green is well and happy as usual. She is a good soul striving to make every body happy. We called a few minutes in Woodstock and reached home time for dinner, found all well. Dora enjoyed the trip very much. She is quite well. I put in some flower seeds after I came home we had a nice shower in the evening and everything looks fresh.

and green. Today I have been washing We have had a little shower to-day with a promise of more I want to write to the boys to-night and must quit scribbling here.

July 24th What a blank! I have not very well fulfilled my intention of writing here daily. but I have been so busy, and have not felt well or strong. Emma & Marion came home nearly two weeks ago Mrs Bachman & daughter came with them and they left this morning for their home in Massachsuetts Mr Bachman came last night. They are very pleasant people indeed. I am sorry we had no girl while they were here and were so busy all the time. We have had a good deal of other company during the time, and I feel quite tired. I am not as strong as I wish I was I get tired so soon. It is bed time. Good Night. My {ilegible} journal.

Monday July 28th. It is raining beautifully this morning. I like such quiet rainy days. we can be more alone such days. I hoped I should get a letter from the boys this morning but am disapointed. I want very much to hear from them. Yesterday (Sunday) we had a good School. Mr. Landon preached at 11 o'clock and in the afternoon we went with Emma to the Episcopal Church. I was very tired at night. Mr & Mrs {Milmins?} spent the Sabbath with us and went home this morning.

July 29. Had a woman to wash today. Mother & Emma spent the afternoon at Aunt Maria's. Dora went with them.

30th. Father, Mother, Emma, Maria & Dora went to Brantford today. I spent the day pleasantly alone. Jasper had the men helping him in the hanging

he got in several loads of hay. A beautiful day.

31st Four years ago today Daniel died. I have been thinking much all day of that death-bed scene in Walsingham It was hard to part with him so young and hopeful; but I trust our loss was his gain. "Death has a shining mark." This has been a fine day. Lissa and I ironed this forenoon. Jasper has been busy in his hay. he had two men this afternoon. I weeded a little in my garden this evening. I have neglected my flowers lately. I have not had time or strength to attend to them. Jasper is asleep and I should be. Good Night.

August {illegible} Last Friday Emma Dora and myself went over to Wolverton to see Lissa she is staying a few weeks with father we intended coming home Saturday evening but it rained & we came home yesterday (Sunday) Morning in time for Sunday Scool. Elder Pastor

at 11 o'clock I came home after School and Mother and Emma went to hear him Jasper said they heard an excellent Sermon. In the afternoon we went up to hear Mr. {Moskin?}. After tea Jasper Dora and I walked down to Mr. {Shawman's?} The weather is very warm. I found a letter from Alfred Yesterday when I came home. Newton is not well. he has a fever every day and was going to the Hospital. I am afraid he will suffer much {thru?} this hot weather I wish he was home. I will write to them today. Emma has gone to spend the day with Mrs. {Milmins?}.

5th August. It rained a little last night and has been threatening more all day but only sprinked a little before dinner. We had a woman to wash this forenoon and after dinner Maria & I did the cleaning. Father, Mother, Emma & Marion went to a Tea-Meeting

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