William Thompson Diary, 1842-1847

Title

William Thompson Diary, 1842-1847

Creator

William Thompson

Source

Courtesy of Stratford-Perth Archives

Language

English

Coverage

19th Century, Perth County, South Easthope Township, Ontario

Date Created

1842

Is Part Of

William Thompson Diary Collection

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

5

1842.{illegible}

1843 Y/Z

Jan 19 Black Bess - n Litter of 4 - all Boars Boars

20 Bob - Donald Stewart - {illegible}

Mar 13 Big Bess Seignr 4/75 - {illegible}

28 Bob - Runkin

April 24 do Snr Stinson

27 do Alex

June 11 Big Bess young Bobs Nix

13 Nell - Lucifer

July 3 or 4 Black Bess a Litter of 6 - 4 Boars - 2 Sows, 1 a Cripple

Sept 20 Black Bess - Bob &c - Y2/Y YE/7 had 7

Oct 20 Bell Sheep - Ram

Nov. 11 - Ram Set free

______

1844

Jan 9 - Big Bess - a Litter of 3 all kills before night

" 16 Black - do 7 12th only 1 living - dead

" 21 Bess - Bob Y0/Z on Z/4 OZ.A - a litter of 7 -27 June - 1 killd

" 22 Spotted F. qu do W. - {illegible} - May 15 - had a Litter of 6 5 Boars, 1 Sow

April 15 Cripple sup to be with pig - had a litter of 5 - 1 July 2 died 3 - 1 of them a Cripple

May 7 Bricker -- Nunes to Nell Nell a Colt 22 May

June 24 do -- not in foal Nell - 2 times nix

before 7 Befry

1844

Dec r 23 White young Spotted Sow at - {illegible}

1845

Feb 7 20 - double sm{illegible} spotted Sow Bob { YZ/A found in Bush South of 38 with a litter of 6 sup. 2 or 3 d old

___ Black Bess had a litter of 8 - 9 - 2 kills 2 & 3 day

____ Larger young Spotted Sow in pig 11 April had a litter of 7 at W Barn 1 died 10 July

March 8 White Sow - Bob - Y./P - found in Bhush 2//12 with

April 25 Nanie - Chaunes Brown } Prize at last Show - 2 - 12 May

May 10 Bell - - {illegible} had a Folly} both in arr{illegible 13 May 45 } @$3 -- 3 22-23 June

June 6/8 - Black Bess doubtful - - - )X/X - had 3 Pigs 27/29 Septr

Aug. 1 Single {ink blot} Rankins

Dec 28/29 White Sow - Reynolds 01/I/IA had a litter of 7 in Bush

1846

May 26 - Bell - Zorra $ I warranted Horse nver came a 2 time till too late

July 27 - Black Sow came with 7 Pigs - 4 white 3 black & wh. sup. 10 ds old took sick 28 July kill 1 being very weak

- {illegible} 20 found White Sow behind Hay Stack N, in Bush with 9 Pigs born 28th

21 young White Sow Reynolds young about this time - had 5

Nov 6 Black Sow do found dead at West Barn

{this appears to be records of sire service for the owner's and his neighbours cattle}

Hector 1844 - bro. form next page - 2

May 9 Spots 3 yr old Your 0 OZ -- YO/0
15X Anglin - Black & Wh. Heifer 0O "" P 01/U
20" Coumun -- Brindle Heifer 0X/"
28X W. Anglin -- Red -- 0/11
" Red --- " "
" X Cairns -- Red Cow -- rec this day ? 2/6 - D/11
29X J Peter Whaughton Red -- X/4 pd &/h
June 2X Beauty Y11/11 --- &11/"
4 D. Stewart -- Red Heifer YZ/"
6 Sandy Curar Red Cow YP/" P 10 Feb 45 P 10 feb 45
" Laird Stewart Black Heifer " "
" Gad Curtis Red Cow - white streak back YP/11
7X Ales brs small black Cow YO/11
"X Peter MNaughton Red Cow " "
8 D Stewart YX/"
"X Duncan Campbell/Sam'l Stewart P?6Z/11 " "
9 John Stewart Bell Cow, Red 07/-"
10 Laird Stewart Brown Black 07/-"
" X W.Anglin Bl & Wh. Heifer " "
12 Jm Stewart Red Heifer, some wh. on face {illegible} 0/P
"X Befsy 011/11 had a Heifer 01/22 011/__
16 Rankins Red Heifer 0P/--
" do Bl. & Wh. spotted Cow " "
17X W. Anglin Black & wh. Heifer sup. 2nd time 00/-
"X Cherry ride & P/P " "
"X W Anglin over Red Cow " "
18 Gad Curtis Red Cow 6X/-
21X P. M.Naughton White br. sides carried up 11 to Y/J
{Second side of sheet} 11E
June 22 Runkin Red Cow, wh. on back 0/&
29 P. MNaughton Red Cow - bro' by M Nichol X/"
July 1X Alex Black Cow Y1/-"
2 Jn Stewart Red Heifer vis Y0/0 Y0 - "
3 Don. Stewart Black Heif? Y" "
4 Runkin young black Cow Y& "
" Don Stewart Red Heifer " "
5 Conmans Brindle Cow YZ "
9 Gad Curtis 2 yr old Red Cow YX "
10X Abner Bullard Dunked Cow P Y11/11 0E- "
19X P. W.Naughton Red Cow wh. spots on forehead 0 /Z
" Gad Curtis Brownish Red & Wh. Cow " "
27X Cherry vis YP/4 - XP/Z p/Z - P -2 7 May - Heifer
John Stewart New Cow 24 or 25 {illegible} Z -"
Aug 25 do Red Z/A
Sep 15 do do 2nd time 0Z/ - '
24X Blacky A/P
1845 - over 2 Pages {Second Page} 1843 -- Hecr
Feb 1 W Tarquists Din. Brin
April 14 Runkins Brown w. bks
22 - 24 do do Oo
May 11 Gad Curtis Red
June 3 Peter MNaughton John Red Vis'd vi 27th ins
Jn Donald Stewart {illegible} all night not {illegible}
12 do same
15 Gad Curtis Red
18 Beauty xxxx xxxx 11E/11 - Had a Heifer 31 March
22 Rev? Mr Allan's Red & white N.1
23 do Red & white No 2 A/P
26 Jefsy xxxx P/& XXXX Blacky sup. {illegible}
27 John McNaughton 2 line Red - res? 2g brag 44
" Lyra XXXX &/& M sold to McCulloch
" Runkin Beauty
29 30 Gad Curtis Red, broken horn
July 1 Alexs Black
" W McNaughton Light Red, 3 yrs old no Calf
2 Coumans dark Brindle {illegible} Jan.44
3 W Anglins W 11th Jun 44
11 Rev'd Mr Allans White & Red W 1 Jan 44
14 Coumans Heifer A/P
" Wm Anglins Bl. & white P. 11 Jan.44
15/16 Will Blacky Blacky 0P/& mifsing for 2 days & came home with a Heifer
16 John Stewart Bl Heifer 00/&
" F Sargent Wh. faced Red " "
19 D'ld Stewart Black Y/2
" F Sargents Red " "
22 John Stinson Heifer 0/"
25 D'd Stewart Bl.Heifer YE/"
" do ( ab large) yearling " "
29 Mr Allans Guelph Cow (2 times) Y&/Z
30 Rankin Black Heifer Y2/"
Aug 13 Jn Stewart New Cow @ 0X/"
19 Rankins Red Heifer 2 tim. sup. not servd I/4
22 Cherry put in field sup not servd
Nov 11 Maccullocks Red Cow pd
1844
March 11 Jefsy & 0X/4 sold to Wood
19 Maccullocks Cow Spotted pd

Dec 1845 000

May 20 Charmocks Red rooted/2
23 " 23 Switzer Red white mid July
" 27 Philan Senr Red P/"
" 31 Coumans Brindle vi &/1
" 28 Taylor on Mccullochs farm Red, on back white &/"
June 2 Mrs Sargint light Brindle Y"/"
" 3 Don'd Stewart Black pd Y&/.
" " do Red & Wh. (young) " "
" " Runkin Red (young) " "
" 4 P. McNaughton light Red YZ YZ "
" 5 W. Jackson (Tavern) Red YZ YZ "
" " Tho. Sargent Red & Whi vi. 24 th inst
" 6 - Forbes pd White, Red spots Yh YZ "
" 9 Wm Massey Brindle pd 0E YP -"
" 10 Jn Stewart Black (Meany's) 0Y YX - "
" " Wm Crirar Black Brindle ag 0/P
" 12 Rankin Beauty 0&/03/ - "
" 14 Anglin P? BL Heifer 0Z -"
" 16 Kirby Red 0P/"
" " T Sargent Red " "
" 17 do Brindle Heifer 0& - "
" " D'd Stewart young Black " "
" 19 Anglin pd Bl & White - wh. face 11E - "
" 20 Maccullock or Taylor Red, White along back 11Y - "
" 21 Anglin pd Red Y - &
" 22 do pd red 0 - "
" 24 Jn Stewart young Red & - "
" 26 Walmstr Red - wh. back A - p
" 24 T Sargint Red & Wh. 2nd time p - "
" 27/28 Hawin Red Heifer in all night "Y
{second column}
<tdW Crerar> <tdP McNaughton>
bn ! up 11Y
June 28 Kirby Red - some wh. &/&
" " Brown Brindle again 2g vi. 19 July
" 2g - Critz Red - wh. spots X - &
" " Mrs Meany Brindle bro't by Mr Charmock X - "
" 30 Duncan Smith pd Black & wh. 2 Teats vi 24 July
" " Mrs Sargint 25 July 46 2 1 red. 1 spotted YE - &
July 1 Hads Brindle Y0 - "
" " Wm Crerer Bl. Brindle 2 times " "
" 2 Rankin old Red wh. back Y0 - "
" " Nick Whelan Red Heifer wh.face " "
" 3 Taylor (McC's) Red Y11 -"
" 4 Befsy Killd
" 5 Forbes Lg Heifer again 6th morn YZ
" 6 Switzer Red & wh. 2? vi 23 May YA - "
" 7 Rankin Black (Poll) vi 1 Aug
" " Red Yp - "
" 9 W. Anglin pd Bl & wh. YX - "
" " W Crerar Black " "
" 11 Cherry had a Bull 27 Ap 287 ds 0Y - "
" 12 Wm Anglin Sen something white 01 - "
" 13 Philan Sen'r Red & wh. 011 - "
" " Reilly Red pd 4 July 46 " "
" 14 Kirby Red. wh.face 0& - "
" " Rankin all red vi 11/&
" 15 Franlin at Mrs Sargints Brindle 0Z.- "
" " Pat Bannon pd Black Heifer (illegible here) " "
" " Wm Emsley Red wh. back 2nd time vi 26 all"
" 17 W Jackson Red - bro't by Riley Up - "
" " Andrew Graham (Wm McDonaldson) Black Wh. face 0/2 "
" 19 W Crerar Brown Brindle 2nd vi 28 aull 0X - "
" 21 Mrs Sargent Red short. {illegible} 2nd Y/Z XX- &
" 24 Dm McNaughton Bl & wh. 2nd vi. 30 June & - Z
" 28 T Sargint Red the old Gent says 2 times {illegible) & Z
" 29 Jn {illegible} (Hard Cheese) Red & wh. Brindle X - Z
" 30 Kirby Red & wh Heifer - vi. p/X
" 31 Bl & wh Heifer put into field at night B Bannan Y/Z
found 27 May in Bush with a Bull {illegible} Calf 2or 3 days old
{second page} 1844 Jan 30 To 28 Bush. Wheat Feb 7 - 27 do 10 5 do 1846 feb, 18 - left to Note - 34 Bush Hec. 1845 brought for? - Ap
Aug 1 Rankin Black 2. vi 7 July Y0 - Z
2 Jnr Taylor (McCs) Red Heifer Y11 - "
T. Sargent Red, wh. face " "
Walmsday Red " "
3 Anglin pd pd Brindle wh.face Y0 - "
Rankin Red 2nd vi Y0/p " "
7 W. Choloney near F Sargints Red wh back Y& - "
8 Coumans Brindle - 2nd vi 0/p YX - "
9 M Phelan Red wh face 2nd vi. 0/p 0E -Z
" Kirby Red wh face 2nd viY&/p " "
16 Jnr Chelaney Red yearling behind Stinsons 0p - Z
" Blackey put into field even &d " "
22 Charnock pd Red 04
24 Wm Anglin pd Brindle. wh. face & - "
27 Campbell (D'd Stewarts) Brindle p - "
30 Thos Stevens (Burks) Red no calf YE - "
Sep 4 P. McNaughton Brindle & White YZ - "
7 Kerby Red & wh Heifer 2 vi 11E/p Y& - "
18 Mrs Meany Black Heifer pd 0/11/&p {illegible} Z "
{second column} bro up
Sept 3 19 Working{illegible} Re - 2. vi 2Y/0
" {illegible} yearling Heifer que if serv'd Y
27 Jnr Stewart Red {illegible} h. 30 - p

1842

November

<tdSnow all day & high wind> ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Friday 18 Chas. laid up with Boil on throat, the rest pottering 16 16 14
Saturday 19 Threshing Sp Wheat for Mill & pottering Isaac afsisting McPherson to drive a Steer as far as Alex's broken a Leg at the Bridge & is to be killed Sno wall day, now 3 p 4 in 14 23
Sunday 20 Christ'n & Chas. to Alex's - the former rem(illegible} Snow nearly all day 20 20
Monday 21 W'd calld by Rankin 1 for AM to go for the Doctor to Mrs R but the good Lady was confined before W'd pafsed. He was calld a second time at 4 to go to Dalys for Wine & Whisky Christ'n at Alexs afsisting preparing for thrashing Mill tomorrow Is & Chas. thrashing Sp. wheat for Mill W'd hauling Wood &c &c Light snow shower 20 19
Tuesday 22 Isaac Christ'n & Chas. at Alexs - thrashing Mill - run all night Wilf to Mill with 4 Bush. 40 lbs Wheat (too late} Mrs T. with him bro ! 2 Inquirers - T Rob! Pearls not 6 L1.8.6 due 22 Jan ? tolerably fine a little Snow ev'g 17 27
Wednesday 23 Is. Christ'n & Chas. at Alexs as yesterday - W'd to Mill for Grist bro! 6 lbs Soap from Mr Daly - for Washers Is & Chas. ret. at night 3 Snow Showers 26 32
Thursday 24 Christ'n at Alex! Is & Chas thrashing Sp. Wheat W'd Carpenter spottering fine 27 21
Friday 25 do do do Snow {illegible} even 23 21
Saturday 26 Isaac & Chas. to 24 for Load Hay - t to try fogels afraid of axes on 2 Horses -- value 16. -- 2 Oxen 8. -- 5 Cows 15. 1 over 2 years 1. L 40 1st p L Land 100 acres 1st p acrew viz in all 12 7
on Williams Land 100 Acres 8/14 X Christ'n & Wilf winnowing Wheat & pottering --88
Sunday 27 An Indian having lost a Child in Hooping Cough calld to beg a piece of board for a Coffin - Wilfred made him one wrote Letter to Elr Torf{illegible} which on Nell took to P. office heavy snow all night & thro this day now 15 @ 18 in deep 16
1842 November
​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Wheat cannot be ground for 2 or 3 days sold Spots Hide to Kay (who pd Mr T 68 bs @3.17 brot from Dalys a Letter Aunt June 31 Oct to self - pd for snuff ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ & Chas at Church ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Monday28Winnowing Oats & peas at Wms Lot - W'd choppd firewood & pottering more Snow 2 feet deep1612
Tuesday29Thrashing Sp. Wheat, cleaning Sheds & pottering very fine113
Wednesday30Thrashing Peas with mares & Colts Hauling Firewood &c &cSnow Shower2022
Decem'r Thursday1Winnowing Peas - Hauling Ha{illegible} from West Barn to Cattle Shed &c &c Emily Christ'n to Alex's & Stratford - bro't ! Gall Whisky from Mr Dalya little snow2023
Friday2Thrashing do - mares & Colts & pottering pd Mr Stewart (Donald) for Sugar 6gloomy2333
Saturday3Thrashing peas - brot from Wms Barn Bush'ls Christ'n & Mr T to Mill with {blank space} Bushls 7 forfine warm3327
Sunday4Mrs F M E Christnfine1832
Monday5Thrashing Peas as on 2nd Had Geo Scotts Ram from RunkinSnow 8 @ 33222
Tuesday6Isaac with Horse Sleigh to Mill for Grist 9 Bl H6 {illegible} 18} 9 Bushls 22 lbs brot from Dalys Sweet Oil 3 1/2 {illegible} - Martha with him to Mrs Gounlocks took Gip's brindle Pup to Sharman - Mr T. to Kerby'sfineZero18
Wednesday7Making & fixing new Tongue for to Ox Sleigh & pottering rec'd of Laing for keep of a yoke Steersa 5fine1624
Thursday8pd Mrs Jn. Stewart for Worsted 3 oz @5/ yd for the Oxen & Mares Hauled to Barnyard a Pine Log from South & pottering 7rain all day - freezing2532
Friday9Rec'd of Rev'd D Allan on acco't of Mr McLaren to be remitted to John $12 1/2 + L3.3.6 took to Mill on Ox Sleigh Pine Log brot in yesterday brot 2 Loads Hay from 24 - took 3 drunken Indians home to Wigwam on Ox Sleigh 5 pm3.2.12623
Saturday10Chas with Oxen to Mill - Lumber pm Log taken up yesterday thrashing Peas & pottering - pd Reynolds altering Calves13gloomy1120
Sunday11Mrs T M.E & Chas to Meeting Byers

1842 December

​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Monday12Wilf'd trapd a fox south - thrashing Peas Pet M & E to Straford in Snowshoes Alex Sleigh - ret Pd 55 Chris Chas & W'd to Alex to tea2227
Tuesday13Charles to McNicols to look at a Cow from thence to Frasers to enquire about thrashing mill - preparing Barn for thrash'g - & pottering N.2 Sh2623
Wednesday14Chas to Showerhops engaged his thrashing machine to be here tomorrow ev'g no Letters - 3 Albions & a Cultivator took up letter {illegible} preparing for thrashing Mill - McNichol brought a red cow for which Mother agreed to take a $12 1/2 - gave him my rec' for 3.12 b C on acco't of her & JW Grubers joint Note for 4.12 C @ 8 1/2 pm William Ellen & Children arrived - bro't a small Stove for Back Room a present from W.B. have trapd a FoxElisa16son Stewart 316
Thursday15Chas to Peter Kostners & bro't 7 Gall Whiskey to be pd for in Grain {illegible} had Mares wintershod at Sharmans Has took letter to P Office W.S. to Aunt Jane - Housekoper & Son arrived with thrashing mill even'g paid Chas for something or other4
Friday16Had Rankin Shanty & Donald Stewart Kirby & Alex to afsist in thrashing @ 9 3/4 some part of the Iron work broke & was taken to Sharmans for repair - got to work again @ 2 3/4 - thrashed {blank space} Sheaves Sp Wheat Winnowed the whole after DarkSnow Showers
Saturday17Had the parties thrashing as yesterday - Sheaves Spr. Wheat - Fall do Stoushops went home @ 7 PM - to return Monday {illegible} - took Nell & W. Big Cutter & Drove Mrs T. to Valy & Menkitter to get Butter Sugar &c bro't {illegible} office In. L Chas not pddo
Sunday18Wm & Chas in Sleigh Nell & Nancy to Stratford - found Bl & White Steer Calf (Nellys) lying dead by the side of the road this morning Gave13
Monday19Preparing Will'ms Barn for thrashing Oats & pottering
Tuesday20fixing Mill at Wms Barn & thrashing Oats - Party same as 16 {illegible} Alex Had Kirbys Horses - {illegible} & Christ'n to Rankins {illegible} killing Hogsbeautiful622
{second page} 1842 December
​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Wednesday21thrashing Oats - party same as yesterday - 100 C 150 Sheaves leftfine32
Thursday22Crs Stouskop for Mill 3 3/4 days @ $3 = $11.1.3 Wm & Em'y to Stratford - Wm 7 Gall's Whisky paid 15th finishd
Friday23Wm & Isaac to Stratford to Kitty & Cutter - took 2 Sacks Fall Wheat to Mill- would not be ground till late at night - not brought from V. Kostner 5 Galls Whisky -bro't Dalys Sugar & Salertus & Sheet Iron for Stove Pipe to Sharmans ~ the rest hauling firewood & pottering fine
Saturday24Christ'n & ell'n to Stratford - took Mr Dalys Crock & Monteiths Tub bro't Grist from Mill - from Dalys {blank space} lbs Butter @ 6 C.{illegible} the rest hauling & chopping firewood & pottering Alex ret'n from Toronto via Hamilton - bro't Note from Henry to Mrs T. & letter from John to Isaac with Traps ~ a party of 6 - Brown of Haysville & 4 Females supposed a Wedding Part Call'd in @ 8 AM. to warm themselves - bound for Woodstock at ^ {illegible} PM Emily & all the Boys in Sleigh to Alexs Sold to a Tin Pedlar the Wethers Skin for 110 pr Bo't of him a Set of Candle Moulds for 5/yk7 1/2fine2 below Z12 above
Sunday25Chas & Emily to meeting Wm & Chr'n to Alexs morn'g - Alex & Annie ret'd with them to {illegible}fine
Monday26Ellen Emily & all the Boys to Stratford @ 11 join'd by Jacksons T & J Daly Goundlocks Lintons &c &c & drove to Hicks Big Thames - were to be house @ 4 with the {illegible} to dinner - did not arrive till 6 3/4 - to a cold dinner - Mr T M{illegible} & I having dined @ 5 1/4 - left us @ 1 1/4 27thfine
Tuesday27Wm Ellen & Chrit'n Mr T & M in Cutter to Mr Allans morning call Boys pottering ~ @ 4 1/2 Mw & Is'c in Cutter to Stratford rec'd from F.Sargint $5 on acco't plus Note for L8.15 leaving a Bal of $8.1 5fine

1842 December

​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Wednesday28T & I Daly were about 11 OC & accomp'd. Emily the 4 Boys in our Sleigh to spend the day at Mr Tigh's - Wm in Cutter to Stratford - bro't Mr Gournlock & Annie to dinner Mr G came to tea - left before 11 PM {illegible} {illegible} pd Expacmers 2 1 Wilfred {illegible} 1 3tolerable
Thursday29the Wilmot party set at 3 C 4 - Tom & Jesse din'd & had tea after which Charles drove them home in Cutter

pd. Mrs T our acco't of $10 borro'd in Toronto

Rec'd of Ellen for Durham for which we gave 4 pails Potatoes
1 5 1 3do
Friday30Mr Mitchell & Mr McCulloch call'd inpafsing from Toronto - bro't letters & parcels Ellen & Child'n & Wm left us about 10 for- sent by the latter to {illegible} for Seeds2 6
Saturday31Fanning Wheat - @ 3 1/2 A.M W. Allan roused us & at his request Chas was dispatched for Dr Flynn Mrs A expecting to be confin'd. Mr T accomp'd Mr. Allan & ret'd @ 5 for pm Mrs A. had a fine Boy @ 2~14
{second page} 1843 January
​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Sunday1Chas & Emily to Church ( Mr Hicky at Jacksons) ~ A 4 Mr Mitchell drove Emily & Annie drove in McCullochs Cutter & upset them inside the GatefineZ12
Monday2Winnowing Wheat &c - Macculloch Jackson &c to Township meeting but did not stop - M & E to Mr Allans - had Soup & Team PM AlexSnow show'y all day1617
Tuesday3bro't into house & put in upper room 22 Sacks Fall Wheat - preparing for Mill & P Kostner & pottering - Mitchell & McCulloch call'd on their way to Toronto - sent by McCulloch letter Mrs. T to Ellen & Mitchell Rev'd Mr Allan to Alex McDonald - Washers 3 ~Snow show'y76
Wednesday4Chas to Mill - left for P Kostner 11 Bush'ls Spring Wheat in payment for 12 Gall's Whiskey @ 1 1/2 Gall's p Bush'l & 9 per Gall Cask b/9 bro't Flour for remainder of 22 Sacks as above & Soap 6 lb 11 oz 1 lb Tea Ball Candlewick & 5 Sheets Letter Paper Fanning Spring Wheat &c &c - Lamb {illegible} Scottfine17 6 17
Thursday5Fanning Sp Wheat - Hauling Firewood fine20 19
Friday6Got into House 2nd Hill of Potatoes & 2nd Barrel Beef - pottering 2837
Saturday7Stowing away Sp Wheat in East Shed let out fattening Hogs in conveyence of wet from the rapid thawing - Emily walk'd to Stratford morning - neighter Letters nor papers Chris'n & Chas at Alex all n'ta little misty rain & {illegible}4331
Sunday8Chas home to drefs & aft'r to Church - Jackson Hickey - he & Christ'n got home @ 9 PM - the rest at homerain some storm of wind3318
Monday9At making a road to Bark - &c T & J Daly Nichol & Alex came in @ 9 for pm & sat an hourfine1030
Tuesday10@10 1/2 Alex Chr'n. Chas Marthan & Em'y. left in A's Sleigh for Mr Junks aft'n Isaac to Lintons re Shiel{illegible} - pottering Snow showers2928
Wednesday11the Party from Junk's arrived @ 111/2do2426
Thursday12all {illegible} road to Bark & Pines from 10 @ 2 for & potteringdo30
Friday13got out to Barnyard 2 small Loads Bark pd for 1/2 B. app.1 3do2822

1843 January

​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Saturday14Had Alex's oxen yesterday afternoon & this forenoon - Boys brought out 2 Loads Bark forenoon afternoon afsisted Alex to raise a Shed - afterwards to Sharmans to get Mares shod Snow show's22
Sunday15all except myself to Jacksons ot hear Mr Hickey - Martha & Emily walked the rest with Mr Allan in our Sleigh - Annie & mifs Junk ret'd with them - took to P. Office Letter to C Relphfine14 @ 10 oc 18
Monday16Wilfred to Sergmiller with Load Bark I Cord 21 foot inches = $ 4.1.9 had Alexs oxen got our 2 Loads Bark ev'g to Lea Geo to Mrs Gournlock Mrs Lawston Mifs Junk Annie Jane Daly Tom Mr Nickle & Boygloomy & cold
Tuesday17Chas to Sergmillers with Bark 1 Cord 5 ft 8 in = #4.5.8 had Alexs oxen - got out only 2 Loads Bark & pottering evening Martha & Emily Christ'n & Wilf'd to Mr Daly's - the Tighs &c beautiful26
Wednesday18W. to Sigmiller with Bark 1 Cord. 6 Ft. 4 in = sold to Bower from Berlin 66 1/2 Bush'ls Oats @ 8 - rec'd J Daly 2 Tighs Annie & Misfs Junk & Alex to Tea - Mr & Mrs Daly & Mr & Mrs Gournlock calld2 4 4fordo
Thursday19Had Alex' Oxen - got out the last of the Bark - loaded Sleigh to Lake down tomorrow - 4 PM : Is Christ'n Chas & Emily on oxsleigh with mares to GournlocksLight rain all day3840
Friday20Chas to Seigmillers Load Bark 1.4.9 = paid for Sugar of Mrs John Stewart Is Christ'n to West Barn morning - fixing fence & making Drain T of Barn aft'n to Pine Swamp - 1beautiful & warm3838
Saturday21brought Bl - Befs & 4 pigs from Wm bot - took G Scotts Ram home - Lambs may arrive Y/Z @ 7P/A Christ'n to Stratford Mr Fishers Funeral - Potteringdo do4632
Sunday22none to Stratford to day - Sleighing very bad - Ground bare round stumps fine - cold3226
1843 January
​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Monday23rec'd of T Sargint $2 1/4 on acco't of his Note leaving a Bal of L 1.8.9 = $5 3/4

Paid John Monteiths acco't to 31 Dec Goods 8/43 Rags for Mrs T 1/65 .9 10 - G & J Gournlock on acco't 1 17 6 rec'd of Mr JE Linton for Bush'l Peas 2 3 Boys Killd 2 Hogs today - even'g took one to Sharman 245 lbs @ $2 1/2 100 lbs 1.10.7 pd 2 1/2 Bush'ls Peas @ 3/9 yk -.5.10 L {illegible} Cr 1.16.5 1/2

11 3
Tuesday24Butcherd & Barreld Hog N 2 about 200 lbsmorning - aft'n fanning Oatsblust day snow show'ing2826
Wednesday25Fanning Oats - even'g all to Alexs Tea Party ex Is & self - ret'd @ 2 1/2 Mr Tye calld on his way up - Everett do on his way downbleak & cold272
Thursday26Fanning Oats forenoon - afternoon Isaac on Nance to Stratford - got a Shoe fixd, not to be chargd - the rest loading Bark - chopp'g firewood &c bro't from Daly 1/2 lb Tea 1/4 Tobacco, 2 Reals Cottontoerable2 below Z18 above
Friday27Wilfred to Seigmiller with Load Bark .1.2.3

the rest Killd 4 Hogs about 7 Nance very ill precisely as on 6 feb 42 only not so bad evening Alex rode Is. Chas & Christ'n at Alex's - W'd on Nell went for them - Ales also came Alex rode on Louis for Jackson or Sharman - soon after Chas was dispatched on Nell to say they need not come - he brot a drench from Sharman which was given to her

Nell & Nance
do2326
Saturday28Chas to Stratford - sold Hog to Mr Daly 243 bls @ $2 1/2 - 21.16.4

10 lbs Lard 3'd 2.6 to acco't 1.12.10 Mr Daly gives C. an order to bring Vall from Chapmans at Galt on Mondays brot from Mr Daly a Crock Killd 4 more Hogs Mr Tye calld @ 8 PM Nance better - made about 20 lbs Sausages Pd. Mrs Cowmans spinning 4 lbs Wool 4/ knitting 5 pr Stockings for Boys 3/1'pr Knitting Stockings 4 pd 81. 15/1pr

1 1/2 lbs up the wool suppled her @ 2/6 3.9
11 4 1/2snow in n 2 in or snow show'r2624
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Sunday29Mrs T. M & E walkd to Scotch Church - ret'd @ 5 Alex & An to Tea &c brot a Square Bottle of Whiskey. - Big Befsfine417
Monday30Wilf'd to Market @ 6 AM with 4 Hogs & about 30 Bush'ls Otas $9.0.4 Chapman fm Galt papr up with Load Wooden Pails for Daly - met Wilf'd at Schwartz all right - Price of Oats Cash 1/y/{?} - Hogs 2 & 2 1/2 $ --- Boys cutting up Hogs - ev'g Christ'n & Chas to Alexs - Is'c cut up & barreld side pieces of 2 Hogs - Mr Daly had a Load of Strawdo1030
Tuesday31Barreld Pork part 1, all side pieces in to Cellar - 1 other pieces in Barn

Wilderd returned from Galt at 8 1/2 PM: Sold to Elliot Galt 33 Bush'ls Oats @ 7 1/2 L1 - 7 1/2 rec'd Barrel Salt 370 lbs @ $2 1/2 pr 280 lbs - 17 from Duncan Fisher r'd 3.7 for sold Person unknown a Hog 255 lbs @ 2 1/4 -- r'd 1.8.8 " James Durand Preston 3 Hogs 255 - 256 - 228 = 733 lbs @ 2 1/4 -- $16.49 cts By 2 Barrels Salt (left till next trip) $6.62 1/2 {illegible} Bill @ 10 days 42.8.9 9.75 16.37 1/2 short pd 11 1/2 Cr 11 for

expenses pd
incefsant snow high wind nt3023
February Wednesday1brought up 6 Barrels Salt for Mr Daly from Chapmans

Wilfred after dinner took up Mr Dalys 6 Blr Salt viz.

300.300.310.310.320.340 @ 2/6/Bl of 280 lbs - 15__

1.9 to acco't ~~ 16.9 Dt Mr D
cloudy noon same after6-12
Thursday2Chas to Seigmillers with Bark 1 Cord 1 foot the rest at Pinery - paid Mrs T Mrs Ray Stewart 1/6 Mrs John Stewart 2/6

had of Temperhar 1 lb Tea @ 6/.yk not pd to pay in Skins or Tallow next trip

Chas to Duncan Fisher Bl Full 370 lbs @ $23/4.2 19/5 Car'gr 3/1 rec'd 1.2.6
4Snow show'ng9-16
1843 February
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Friday3Wilf'd took to Seigmillers 25 ft 8 in Bark

thrashing a little Barley with oxen morn & aft'n pottering

deliverd to Fisher 27 Bushls 6 lbs Oats @ 8 & red'd on acc't a Half Sovereign

Chas to Stratford in Mr Tye's Cutter - ret'd with {illegible} Tye on Ox sleigh - brot from Daly 4 lbs Butter 1 1/2 lbs sugar & a Lg Bottle Whisky from Alex
Snow Show'rs1819
Saturday4

Chas to Seigmillers with Bark 1.1.4

Jan 7 16 1.1.9

17 - 1.5.8

18 - 1.6.4

20 - 1.4.9

27 - 1.2.3

feb 2 - 1.1._

3 - 00.25.8

8.16 9 @ $34. 9 yk

Cradling 57 Hector 5/ 2

36 ~ 9

Cr By Pair Boots - Wilfred ~ ~ ~ 4.

Bal due {illegible} by Adam Seigmller & Cusmam $ 32 ~ 9 yk

boys thrashing Barley with Colts - John arr'd @ 4 in Mr Dalys Sleigh with Mr D

Jane & Mrs Ebbs ~ Mr Tye calld @ 7 oc - Martha accomp'd him in his Cutter on a visit till Wednesday when we use to go for her

at G Nance again sick - gave her a warm bran Mash

fine1619
Sunday5Mrs T & Emily walkd to Meeting Mr Byers at Dalys in consequence of the unfavourable state of the weather - Chas to Alex's morn'g Mrs Trel'n @ 2 in Mr Byers Cutter - Emily stopd short @ Annies - after dinner Christ'n & John to {illegible}Snow all day2420
Monday6morning nothing done - aftern'n Isaac Chas & John to Straford &c ^Nell & Bell in Sleigh ret'd @ 10

brot from P Kostner 9 1/2 Galls Whisky - from Mr Daly 1 lb Salt petre 1 lb Pepper 2 lbs Sugar 1 lb Soap - 1 lb Nails - from McPherson 5 lbs Butter @ 6 c not pd Chris & W'd Pottering

for G & J Gournlock on acco 1.16.6

John retn'd the night with Alex
Blust & snow showers126

1843 February

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Tuesday7Is'c & Chas with Mares to 24 for Bricks about 200 - Christ'n & W'd carpentering & relaying Hearth - red'd of Rankin for set Sleigh Bells ( formerly purchase of Ignads for $2/7 6Snow Show'rs very cold8
Wednesday8Isaac & Chas - mares to 24 brot about 100 Bricks Christ'n & Wilf'd Bricklaying - sold to Laing & del'd to Bell 64 Bush's Oats @ 11yk & rec'd 2

Paid G & J Gournlock $10 2 10

John came from Alex's, Drefsed & off West - Em'y do after after Dinner, & all the Boys do after Tea in Sleigh ret'd @ 12 1/4
light snow Show'rs8
Thursday9Collecting Sacks & preparing for Chas & John going East tomorrow gave John to pay Mr Price amo't of McPherson & Cranes Bill for Duty & charges on Care of Providence red'd 20 Aug. paid John for Isaac1 8 5 1 3do morn10
Friday10@ 4 1/2 Chas with John as pafsenger & about 30 Bush'ls Oats left for Preston or a Market - Chinking East Shed & put up Beauty - pottering do even'g rain for some hours {illegible} storm of wind till morn833
Saturday11Martha Mifs Tye & Robert arr'd at 4 1/2 Chas ret'd from Galt @5

sold Davidson Galt. Oats w 40 26/34 Bush'ls @ 1/yk

brot from Durand 2 Bar'ls Salt left 31 ull $ 6.62 1/2

1 Bl do purch'd 10 im 330 lbs @ $2 1/2 3.12 1/2 $9.75

Dr to Hogs 31 all - $16.49

Cr by Salt as above 9.75

$6.74

pd TollGates 3'd 1/2 doz Cups & Saucers 5/. Salaratus 7 1/2

handling Exp's 5/5

Fanning Oats & pottering
1 13 9tolerable15
Sunday12Beauty had a Bull Calf before Daylight - all ex Wilf'd & self in Sleigh to Church - ret'd with Alex & Annie to Dinner @ 3 ~ Befsy & Is'c to tea R't Tye left @ 1 ~ Christ'n took to P. office Letters W.T. & Mrs T. to Aunt Jane & Christ'n to Jos. Famerfine1012
1843 February
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Monday13Isaac to Stratford with 3 Sacks Fall Wheat brot Flour &c

Chas with a Barrle Salt sold to Rev'd Mr Allan

330 lbs @ $2 3/4 p 280 lbs - 16/10 1/2 Car 2/3 = 19.4 1/2

pd him in Cash 7 1/2

being my Sub'n to him for 1 y to buy last

Mifs Tye & Martha accomp'd Is'c to Stratford to call on Mrs Wossley & Mrs Ebbs ~ brot from Daly 2 lbs Mo & 2 bls Lump Sugar

Christ'n & W'd pottering - Swept Chimney

Mr McCulloch & Alex here to Tea &c
paid 7 1/2fine
Tuesday14Fanning Oats Sold to ~ Brown 18.11th Con . N.E. 20 B'ls Oats @ 8 c 13 4 r'dSnow Show'rs86
Wednesday15Sold to John Fisher Lt 3 'd ins ! & this 43 1/2 Bush'ls Oats

By Cash on Acco't 3 'd inst. 12.2

this day 8 .5 1/2

" 16 3/4 lbs Sugar @ 6'd 8. 4 1/2

" Alex'r Fisher 25 Bushels 27 lbs Oats @ 8'd 17.2

red'd on account 15.2

Balance due 2.~

Fanning Oats & Barley - W'd to Reynolds & borrow'd X Cut Saw took to Mifs Tye

Martha & Emily to Mr Allans & back - Horse Sleigh
13 4 1 ~ 7 1/2tolerably fine51
Thursday16Pd Stouskop $ 11 1/4 - for thrashing mill

Is. Christ'n & Chas in Swamp Sawing Pine Logs

W'd pottering ~ Mifs Tye & M & E. in Stouskops sleigh to Stratford . {illegible} the Boys with Sleigh to Alex's - ret'd @ 1 oc - brot Mr Dalys 5 3/4 lbs Soap
fine6 below Z1 above
Friday17Boys in swamp S. remov'd 12 Logs to dryland. brot 2 to Barnyard had Alex's Oxen from Mr Dalys 4 lbs SoapSn Show'rs6 below 6 below
Saturday18Wilf'd hauling firewood & pottering - the rest Chopping Pines & Sawing into Logs Mifs Tye & M in Cutter Nell to Stratford re. brot Mr Daly 1 lb Tea 5/ Reel Cotton Gro for for 7 1/2 & from McPhersons 1 lb Butter - Frank Tye left @ 3 ocfine12 bel.2 above
Sunday19Isaac got a Fox - Mrs T. Em'y & Chas to Stratford in Sleigh - no Service - Mrs T & Em'y dined at Gournlocks. Chas at W. McDonalds - all home at 4Snow all day12 ab

1842 February

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Monday20Sold ~ Brown a Bar'l Salt 330 lbs @ $3 1/4 P 216 lbs 16/3

50 extra wt @ 1/yk p 16 - 3/ 1/12 ~ r'd

pd for tinkering Sundries

Boys at Pines, got out 3 Logs - even'g to Tea - Mr & Mrs Gournlock

T & J Daly 2 Mr & Mifs Nickles Alex & Annie - left at 12

Frank came for Mifs Tye - they left at 1 PM
19 4 1/2 0 11 1/2fine5 ab.
Tuesday21at Pines - brot in 4 Logs - Whaley enquired for Oats - Carrot do 18th instSnow Show'rs1820
Wednesday22do 2 Land Stewart do Had Rankins oxen for the daydo162
Thursday23do sawing & chopping - Emily to Stratford brot from Dayls 1/2 g'n

Letter paper a pair Supars 1/3 - Hooks & Eyes & pr Tape 3 1/2 T Daly let impafs{illegible}

Letter from Wm to Is p.o. - rec'd from Alex Crerar for Turnip Seed sold 20 {illegible} 42
1 3fine22
Friday24at Pines - brot in 5 Logs - T Daly bor'd our Sleigh to go to Wilmot

D Robertson calld to buy oats - pd Mrs T for Mr R Stewart

for Mrs. Jn Stewart & Mrs Crerar 1 /~ pasteboard 4'd
1 6 1 4very fine419
Saturday25at Pines - brot 2 Logs - Gournlocks Goods & property seiz'd by Ferrie Emily in sleigh accomp'd T Daly & the Nickles to Hamburg. Tom Jne & Mifs Lydia ret'd at 5 oclock tea. left our Sleigh bor'd yesterday - had Alex oxenfine1730
Sunday26Mrs T & Em'y to Church - calld at Gournlocks - dined at Alex's ret'd with all the brrs to tea - Chas took Alex oxen last n't & ret'd this ev'gSnow Show'rs23
Monday27Christ'n Chas & W'd at Pines brot Logs - Is'c with 3 Sacks F Wheat to Mill (not done) - 4 Sacks oats to be crush

sold to Mr Daly 15 lbs Leather (for Seighmiller ) @ 2/3 - 1.13.9

16 Lard 3'd 4

which overpay our acco't to 31 Dec 6/77 1/2 1.17.9

to Cr in new acco't

Is. pd Mrs Sargint Bal'ce of Williams Note to Saml Izar due 25 Dec'r Last of L 25

p L 12.10.- by $45 from Wm & $5 from Mr. T.

Rec'd from I & H Isars Balance of Acc't to this time

pd Mrs T. Bal'ce of $10 borrowed of her in Toronto

sent notice to Rob't. Peard that if his Note of L 1.8.6 was not pd immediately I should sue

6 3 1 5 M Fdo23
Tuesday28at Pines - brot 12 Logs - had Alex oxen @7 PM Is'c to Stratford for Grist, Mrs T accomp'd himSn Showers1414
1843 March
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Wednesday1at Swamp - brot 10 Logs - at West Barn cutting round Straw Stack &c

evening Chas & I in Sleigh to fetch Mrs Gournlock &c to Tea - but in consequence of the excited state of Mr J. G the old gent requested Chas & self to stop there which we did & remained till nearly 11 - McCull'h & Jackson there

Snow Show'rs127
Thursday2Sold Alex'r Fisher 1 Bar'l Salt 320 lbs @ 3 1/4 $280 -.16.d

extra w't 40 lbs @ 1/yk - 2.6

red'd 18.9

Boys at Swamp brot 5 Logs making in all 50 Logs

& one acre of Oats sold 15 ins 1.3

leaving a Bal. due on Oats - 9
6
Friday3Rec'd of Alex Fisher the above balance - 9

Boys at Swamp - brot a Load of Shingle Blocks - Em'y at P.O. - no letters or Pap'rs

Alex had Oats in paym't of what was borrowd at thrashing time
fine8Zero
Saturday4Paid Mrs T for Mrs Coumans knitting 3 pr Socks @ 1/3 - 3/9

Spinning 1 to Wool for do 1/28

Boys brot remainder of Shingle Blocks from Swamp morn'g - aftern'n Charles thrice to Stratford 1.2.1 = 4 Pine Logs markd W.P. the rest pottering

Mrs Meanys Faney died last night
4 98 Bel.Z6 above
Sunday5W'd Heifer had a Heifer @ 7 AM Chas & the Ladies to Meeting (Byers) in Sleigh Alex & Anne ret'd with them to dinnerbeautiful10 below6 above
Monday6Chas with oxen took 2 & Wilf'd with Horses 5 = 7 Logs to Stratford - also 2 Sacks oats to be crushd Johnny took away Sighmillers Heifer return for Taxation to Jn Yackie this daydo6 below5 ab
Tuesday7Chas mares - 5 Logs - W'd oxen 2 Logs - Is & Ch's pottering

Mifses Lucy & Annie Tye arr'd @ 11 1/2 - evening the Mifs Chas the Ladies

Chas & I to Dalys - took up Annie - the party Mr & Mrs Gournlock Mifs Lydia Nickle & their own family - Mr McCullock & Alex took tea &c with the Boys - found them here @ 2

100 acres Land - 45 cultivated 55 uncultivated unitarians

2 Horses

2 do under 3 years

2 oxen

3 Cows

2 over 2 years old
do 12 below17 above

March

Wednesday 8 Chas Oxen 4 W'd Horse 4 - 8 Logs for Stratford - Is & Christ'n brot a Barrel Pork inot Cellar - the Mifs Tyes left @ 2 - T & J Daly & Annie evening to Tea - Pork now #4 - Oats 1/3 Cr Hay $10 fine 22 ab 25
Thursday 9 Rec'd pm JC Linton amo't of R't Peads Note L1.8.6 1/2

lefs Lintons Com'n Glap Gray - L'n Chas & W'd 7 1/2

Chas Horses 5- W'd Oxen 4 - 9 Logs - Is & Christ'n pottering sopemaking-
1.7.11 fine 10 26
Friday 10 @ 9 Mrs T.M.E. Ch'r. W. & I & Annie in Sleigh to Mr Tyes R Cha's to Stratford 3 Logs - Isaac pottering - McCullock Gon'l & Alex so'g M.f ine ev'g rain hail&c 25
Saturday 11 Party from Tyes got home about 1 1/2 p.m.

paid - Laing for 2 B'ls short measure on Oats sold him Salt

Cha's Oxen to Stratford 2 Logs
Exp's 1.6 Sn. Shower morn'g 9
Sunday 12 Cha's & Em'y to Church - ret'd @ 6 for with Alex & Annie to Tea Sn. Sh.ev. 10 24
Monday 13 Is & Cha's to Seigmillers Befs - Christ & M'd pottering. Exp's7 1/2 Sn Sh. 26 14
Tuesday 14 Cha's Oxen 1 - W'd Horses 4 - 5 Logs to Stratford Winnowing Barley & pottering - pd Mrs T for Washers Mr J Stewart - Cream 3 fine 10 26
Wednesday 15 Thrashing Barley & {illegible} @ 9 pm Jackson & Johnson pafsed down taking Sargint again to Toronto, being very much worse the boys & Emily took a drive Westward evening ret'd @11 1/2 fine sn sh ev'g 17 8
Thursday 16 Wilf'd with Oxen at Alexs for the day - the rest Thrashing {illegible} & Barley & pottering Is & Cha's to Stratford &c ev'g - had a Shoe fixed on Nance - brot from P Kostner 9 1/2 Gall's Whisky @ {blank space} to be pd for in Spr Wheat @ {blank space} morn {illegible} ev'g heavy snow 6 18
Friday 17 Wilfred to Galt with Barley Sacks & a Sack Sp Wheat as a Sample 2 Mifs Tyes call'd on their way to Mr Dalys - Cha's to Stratford for with 8 Bush'ls F Wheat measure - cannot be done for week Fanning 15 18
Saturday 18 Is Ch'r & Cha's pottering - Mifs Tyes dined & left before 3 oC Wilf'd ret'd from Preston & Galt @ 6 pm ride forw'd 16 19
1843 March
Saturday 18 brot forward. Wilf'd sold James Durand Preston 27 Bush's 14 lbs Barley @ 1/3 - 1.14.1/2

Ford (turins) 2 Bush'ls 2.6 bought of Forbes Galt 1 Bar Salt 300 lbs @ $2 1/2 - 14.9 of Treadwell & C. 3 Spools Cotton 10 1/2 & 6 yrads Stay Lace Lime 4 Bush'ls @ 1/yk 2.6 travelling expenses 5. paid Mr Coumans for 2 pr Mitts 2/-2 & spinning the wool 1/5 {in left margin vertically} left at torie Doon Mill 1 Bush'l & 50 lbs Sp. Wheat @ 3/yk - Johnson

Is'c & Cha's with Colts took up to Mr Daly 3 Boxes & 3 Parcels from Forbes Galt - 2/9/1/2
r'd 1.16.6 1/2

pd 1.2.1 1/2

3
Sn. Show'rs 16 19
Sunday 19 Nelly had a Heifer @ 7 1/2 a.m. - Cha's & Em'y with Sleigh to Stratford no meeting - Geo Gournlock came with Cha's to dinner Sn. Show'r 16 14
Monday 20 @ 9 Is & Cha's with Sleigh started for Tyes to buy Hay

Christ'n & W'd cleaned Stable - clear'd snow to from front of Barn

cut 2 Back Logs ~
do 15 14
Tuesday 21 Christ'n & W'd fanning oats - Is & Cha's ret'd from Tyes @ 3 oC

brot 8 1/2 Cwt @ $5 pr Ton Exp's pd

McCullock calld & stopd 2 or 3 hours - Mrs T. Emily Is Cha's & McCullock in Sleigh to Stratford ev'g
do
Wednesday 22 Fanning Sp. Wheat aft'n Wilf'd & I in Sleigh to Stratford pd G & J Gournlock account & my note to Colin Ferrie {illegible} Beans >8.1.2.1/s due 2 Sept next

pay'ble at Doon Mills - vis: Bal'ce 7.19.1 Sm 7 1/2 Int to 20 Sept 2.1 1/2 Exal 8 8.1.2 1/2 Jacksons calld at McCarthys Lintons Dalys Gournlocks, had tea at Jackson McCullock L{illegible} summons for next Court to be servd on 29th inst. paid Mrs T. for 36 yds striped Shirting for Boys of Rofs & McLeod

do 16 yds do Self of Price 1/yk
Snow Blust 9

1843 March

Thursday 23 Chas to Stratford Mill with Sp. Wheat 1512 bls = 25 Bls 12 lbs

on acc't Peter Kostner - @ 3/6 yk J B'l & Millers mem.

the rest fanning Sp Wheat & pottering
another Blust snow 8 8
Friday 24 Wilfred to Stratford - hauling Brick with Mares from Kiln to Gournlocks @ the rest got in 2 Sleigh Loads Hay from Stack opposite Barn very fine 7 11
Saturday 25 Chas to Stratford - hauling Bricks as above {illegible line crossed out}

haul 2 Loads Oat Straw from West to East Barn Jefsy weak & ailing - put into Shed

Sn. & blast 10 14
Sunday 26 Ch'n T. Emily & Chas to Church. 2 former ret'd @ 3. the latter @ 9 beautiful day 15 18
Monday 27 Wilf'd to Stratford hauling Bricks as above 1/2 day

in all 2 1/2 days @ $2 per day -- 1.5.- lefs expenses 3 dinners 3/. Chas 7 1/2 & treating on & receiveing paym't 1/8 - 5. 3 1/2 the rest got in another load Straw from Wm Barn & pott'g Christ'n got a Fox

hauld a Load Bricks from Kiln for Mr Daly
19 8 1/2 Sn. all day 20 23
Tuesday 28 Got in from Wms Barn a small Load of Straw

rec'd of JRunkin for Hector 1842

aft'n Is & Chas to Gournlocks for a Load to be taken to Galt tomorrow - Is'c to Lintons re McCarthy cannot be sued in this Court
12 6 Rain Snow & wind 32m. 43 noon 26 n.t
Wednesday 29 {illegible scribble} Charles M.& E starte @ 5 1/2 for Galt with load for Gournlock

3/5 {illegible}

winnowing oats
fine 16 16
Thursday 30 the Galt party ret'd @ 6 pm. having delivered the Load safe at Gournlocks

paid at Galt for a Garden Spade 3/3 - Snuff 1/4 lb - 6 a Knife for Wildred 2/-/1/2 Expenses 4/8 Debit Gournl for Carriage of the Load $5 brought 5 Boxes Soap for Mr Daly

{illegible} Is. Chr'n & W'd winnowing oats
10 5 1/2 fine till 6 pm then Snow 14
1843 March
Friday 31 Charles took to Stratford 5 Boxes Soap 472 lbs Soap

carriage to Cr of acc't $1 Curr7 rec'd of Gournlock for Carr'ge Load down 12/6 Cash & Store order on Linton - 12/6 the rest Fox hunting - Cherry weak - Jefsy has a Bull @ 1 pm

rec'd from Linton 1/2 lb Teah 3/6 1 lb Tea @ 7/yk - 4.4 1/2 & 3 lbs 2 oz Soap @ 5 1/2 - 1.5 1/2 = 5/10 C7
Snow all day 24 19
Saturday 1 Charles to Stratford on Nell - had sum's from Linton 5/5 1/2 - Snow av'ge 3 feet

repairing Stable Doors & pottering - Cherry & Wilf's Heifer bad from eating oats

Chas Chr'n M & E. at Alex's eve'g Chas rem'd the night
Little Snow.m aft'n fine 12
Sunday 2 Chas ret'd about 4 pm. the rest at home - Cherry still bad - W'ds something better fine 2 bel. Z 19 ab,
Monday 3 Winnowing oats & pottering - Cherry worse & worse & died @ 7 pm W'ds better fine 12 ab 27
Tuesday 4 @ 10 went to West Barn - Door broken, Bob & Befs & all the the Neat Cattle ox Bull & Bas yearling feasting on the Oats - brought into House from W. Barn 39 Sacks of Oats - Skind Cherry & her calf (slink pd Mrs J Stewart & Christ'n Crerar 1 day 3~ morn. gloomy aft'n some Snow 26 32
Wednesday 5 Got into House a Hill 20 Bush'ls Potatoes & pottering

W.J Christ'n, Chas, Wilf'd & Em'y to a party at Mr Dalys ret'd @ 3 am

T. Daly bro't Letters from Aunt Jane to self - Mr Jos to Mrs T Cockran to self & John to W'd 1/2 exp the rest pd - 2 Albions & Inquirer
fine 20 27
Thursday 6 thrashing Peas with both Span - the Smith enquiring for oats & peas fine 21 24
Friday 7 do - - - - - got into East Barn Sacks

evening Is Chas & W'd to Stratford in Sleigh with Colts Cherry's & Calfs Skin to {illegible} lbs @ {blank space}

first Lamb this season a Ram from Black Sheep
fine 16 41
Saturday 8 walkd up to Stratford - got McCullock & Jackson to witnefs my signature & power of Att'y W. T. & John Jos Rawlinson of Inner Temple to Walter Buchanan to sell L18.1.11 in names of W.T J J Mr Buchanan & J J Rawlinson - Execution witnefsed by W F McCullock Gent & Will'm Jackson, Capt'n & attested by I C W Daly J.P on this day

Boys bro't a Load Bricks from 24 ~ & pottering - aftern. Is to Stratford sold J J Cherrys Skin to Rob't Kay 44 bls @ 4 cts p lb $ 1.76 cts & her Calf's for 2/5 remained at Alexs for the night

paid Mr Daly postage of Johns Letter to Wilf'd 5th ins't 1 2
$2.1. fine 38

1843 April


Sunday 9 Chas on Nell with Letter chrs T to Ellen - Isaac ret'd at 4 from Alex's with A. & Mr Macullock to Tea Snow Show'rs
Monday 10 another Lamb, a Ram bot Befses on - Jefsy stuck in Potato field WEst sold & delivers to Sharman a Load Straw from Barn for $ 2.. to acct bro't from 2H - a Load of Bricks about 300 Is Chr & Chas (Mares) had Snow Shoes pruned a few apple Trees - Currant Bushes on West side of Garden still invisible - Snow nearly as high as the fence at upper end sold him also ( but not delivered) 20 Bush'ls grown peas @ 3/yk p Bl fine 26 26
Tuesday 11 Bro't from 24 2 Loads Bricks about 600 - Chas with oxen took 20 Bush'ls Peas (grown) to Sharman @ 3/.yk - $7 1/2 = L 1. 17.6 fine 18 32
Wednesday 12 Bro't from 24 last load of Bricks - door's & other Lumber - Sifting Peas &c evening Christ'n W'd M.ol in Sleigh to Stratford - took up Letters W.T to Mr Cookson 45 Torrington Square inclosing Power of Att'y for sale of L18.01.11 Re'd 3 pC.{illegible} W.T & J J Rawlinson - ride 8 ins't Mrs T to Mrs Jos & Martha Larkin to Ann To lumber at Cooksons Mr & Mrs Gournlock stop'd a minute in papant for Galt fine 20 34
Thursday 13 Sifting Peas - making a new Pole to Waggon aft'n Chas to Stratford to get Customers for Veal Jefsys Calf proposed to be kill'd tomorrow Nelly found dead this morning at Williams barn. blown to great size Sold Sebrin a Bushel Peas & received $1/2 showry 30 40
Friday 14 Chas to Stratford accomp'd by Mrs T - took Nellys & her Calfs skin & sold them to Ray to Cr of my acco't 41 1/2 lbs & 4 cts 8/3 7 lbs @ 10 cts 3/6 11.9 paid Mrs T the above pd (sold 1/4 veal to Mr Kirby - 1/4 to Trome & 2 quarters to Mrs Jackson Delivered to Mr Linton for - Mackelier 2 Bls Peas @ 2/6 fine 34 43
Saturday 15 Chopping Trees for Firewood & hauling Is & pottering all at home Alex to Tea fine 40 40
Sunday 16 Boys morning at Runkins grinding their axes - aft'n splitting rails north Hemlock fine 28 41
Monday 17 Emily to Stratford - pd for cumlsic for Emily & Bonnet snow sh'rs 35 36
1843 April
Tuesday 18 snow & Blust all day - pottering - Christ'n for the day at Kirby's Snow all day high wind 34 34
Wednesday 19 Christ'n continues at Kirbys - Chopping trees & splitting for Rails, South Wm Smiths, w'n Black Creek wants 10 Bush'ls Pease to be left at Lintons p Lintons Note, cloudy 32 37
Thursday 20 Christ'n at Kirbys - Is Chas & W'd chopping for Rails as yesterday fine 35 35
Friday 21 Do ------------- Is & W'd {large blank space} Chas & I with oxen & Cast to Stratford - left at Lintons 10 Bush'ls Peas for Wm Smith @ 2/6 to pay 10 @ 15 May - left @ Mill Bls Wheat to be ground - cannot be Done in {illegible} a fortnight - got from MrCarthy his order JJE Linton for my favor for whatever Bal. due to former to this Date may now remain in hands of the latter. our Agricultural Soc'y has now rec'd the L50 from Geo' Man's Company - & the a{illegible} Prem'n on stock &C shows in Oct last will be p'd 1st May Letter from Mr Jones demanding payment of 1st Instalm of 1st Instalm Lot 37. 2'd Con: L 11.5 & hs 10/6 on 2g ins. at Stratford. beautiful 26 48
Saturday 22 Christ'n still at Kirbys - Sifting Peas. cleaning Stables &c -- Rankins gloomy m aft'n rain 42 50
Sunday 23 Christ'n came home at 3 - had slept at Alex's Kirby to be debited for 3 1/2 days 52 54
Monday 24 Chas to Stratford morning / bro't from Dalys a Canister Powder to blast Hemlock Logs &c for Rails - Cushes had 1 Bush'l bals 3/yk & 1 Bush'l grown Peas 3/yk - Sherricks at MCullocks wants said Peas. Jackson Do -- Dr Flyn Do -- tried to split Hemlock by blasting but did not succeed - Chas @ 4 1/2 to Stratford to dine with the St Georges Society at Jacksons fine 42 38
Tuesday 25 Chas ret'd from the St Georges dinner about 11 oc this morning and then fruitless attempt to split logs by blasting - sold to Andrew Sherk 10 Bush'ls Spring Wheat @ 5/york & rec'd his Note payable 1st June p L 2.10 @ y - sent to Lintons P Shirk for --- 2 Bls Sp. Wheat @ 5/ yk not wanted, having been supplied elsewhere one of the {illegible} Sheep had 2 Ram Lambs today. had from Daly Rhubarb - Soda & Sugar Candy fine 39 50

1843 April


Wednesday 26 Isaac sowd 5 Bush'ls Peas South next large Hemlock - the rest drag'd Is with oxen & Mares, the yearling Heifer Spot found dead in Ws field fine 50 52
Thursday 27 Heavy rain great part of last night - no ploughing or sowing in consequence Christ'n at Kirbys - Boys turning oats having heated - & pottering B. Befs pd Mrs T for Washers Wm Mr & Mrs Roy Stewart 3/ & for Rhubarb 7 1/2 -- Black Tape for Summer Hats 6 } one of the Lambs born 25th died today - no pafsage got out fine 38 40
Friday 28 all blasting a fallen Beech at West w{illegible} of Clearance nr road. Charles & Wilf'd ploughing next Peas - Is & Christ'n preparing spr Wheat for sowing - McCulloch here for 3 or 4 hours aft'n gave contractions for blasting but did not serve better than the Boys - He has purchased the Mills of Daly - including the land North of the road & from Bridge to Jackson for L 2000 - -L 800 Cash, thre remainder in 3 yearly Instalments Daly reserves the Comp'rs House & about 5 Acres Land. fine frost 54
Saturday 29 Chas & W'd ploughing morning - after Sowd 6 Bush'ls Spr Wheat - -dragged with Mares aftern - Christ'n M E & Self to Stratford in Cart - had an interview with Mr Jones respecting the payment of 1st Instalm. on Lot 3T - 2'd Con, due 31 Dec last agreed to wait awhile - Sold & delivered to W Jackson 10 Bushels Peas @ 2/6

= L 1.5 ----------- 1.5.-- rent (Mr T {illegible} 14 ins! ------------- -- 5.-- 1.10.--

lefs St Georges dinner (Chas) -- 3/9 + receiv'd in Cash --- 6/3 " by his Note at 1 days date 1.--.-- 1.16. Pd Mrs T for the veal as above

Linton has sold the 2 Bush's Spr Wheat del'd 25 @ 5/.yk
hail & rain in the night day fine 42 36
Sunday 30 all at home rain all day 37
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Monday 1 5 6 a.m. snowing - Chas to Stratford - settled Sharmans Bill for 1842 leaving a Balance in my favor L 1.7.3 Cr for which he gave a due Bill on Receiv'd from him as treasurer of the Stratford Agricultural Society additional Prizes on animals shewn last viz. Bull $4 & Boar $4 ---- r'd 2

paid my Subscription to him for 1843 ----- 10 expenses at Stratford ------ 7 ps bro! from Lintons 8 bls Clover Seed @ 8 d - not pd from Daly's 1/2 Bush'l Grap Seed 2/6 --"-- " 2 Cakes Shaving Soap remov'd about 40 Bush'ls Oats from Upper room to Loft over Stable - fixing Gates &c

Wilf'd part of day preparing Ground for Hops
Snow or Hail all day 32 33
Tuesday 2 Sold 10 Bush'ls Potatoes to James Phelan @ 2/3 & rec'd paym't 12.6

receiv'd of Alex Fisher Bal'n ---------- 8 paid Thiess for altering Jack -------- 5 -- Charles with Mares W'd oxen ploughing - Is & Christopher opened Hill of Potatoes & took out 10 Bush's for Phelan

Sowd Box Imperial Cabbages - planted Gooseberry Cuttings - 3Currants Is
fine 30 33
Wednesday 3 Is sowd 6 Bush'ls Sp Wheat - Christ'r ploughing with oxen - Chas & W'd dragging fine 24 40
Thursday 4 Chas & Wilf'd ploughing as yesterday - burning Brush & pottering - Christ'r @ 6 for to breakfast at Donald Stewarts & to attend funeral of his infant born yesterday & {illegible} only lived an hour or two - rec'd by him from Mr Jackson paym't of his note - made 2{illegible} ----- 1 --

planted Cuttings of Shrubs bo't from Toronto in the fall McCullock left today for Toronto & new York - sent by him a par{illegible} to Mr Tye - Is to Mifs Barron from Mrs T & a letter to Henry -- 5 --

inclosing $1. for Cultivator 1843 . Nance had a fine Filly at 12 PM.
rain 36
Friday 5 Wilf'd ploughing . Chas splitting Rails Christ'r lighing dogheaps . Isaac to Blacksmith East of Jacksons to ask advice about Nance's Filly - Honsbricker calls at 5 & said it would not live 2 hours - it died @ 6 1/2 . pd Honsbricker for {illegible} last year 1.2.6 } cold & windy 34

1843 May

Saturday 6
Sunday 7
Monday 8
Tuesday 9
Wednesday 10
Thursday 11
Friday 12
Saturday 13
Sunday 14
Monday 15
Tuesday 16
Wednesday 17




Crops 1846

1845

Sept 10/11 8 Bush {Illegible} Wheat {Cash?}{Illegible} of {Clearance?}

1846

April 18 4 Bush Peas South {must?} {tallow?}

20 {1?} {Sib?} Wheat {mull?} {tall?} Wheat

21 4 Peas Earl of {Mamred?} {P??}

22 4 {Seb?} Wheat

23 1 1/2 {Pecks?} {Timothy?} {nem?} Hemlock {mannred?}

25 6 Bush Sibrean Summer {tallow?}

27 4 {Illegible}

28 3 {Illegible} {Work of Wert Barn?}

29 1 1 {Peak?} {Illegible} {Earl} of {Illegible}

30 16 {Vats?} South of {Illegible}

May 1 4 {Illegible} {Illegible} {Easton?}

{Illegible} 1 1/2 Siberan {Earl?} of {Illegible}

5 6 {Illegible} {in?} {new?} {Illegible} {South?}

13 5 Potatoes {mesiers?} {Illegible} {West?} {Illegible}

16 8 C {10?} Bush {Illegible} {Rei?} {Illegible} {Illegible} 11.15C lb {Illegible}

Crops 1843

D{!?} {George?} Watson {Illegible}

1845

Jan 21 {Farming?} 2 {luais?} to Hamilton

25 2 {poor?} {T?}

Feb 13 8 B? {Ashes?} to {T?}

{Stone guard?}{Illegible}

1844 {Illegible} 5.18.4 1/2

Dec 31 By {Sloic Am?} to {Illegible} 5.17.3 1/2

1845

June 21 Cash or {Illegible} 2.10.

1845

July 9 {Illegible} {to me?} {Illegible}

P {Kashner?}

G? yw? 1845 G

3.2 July 14 {Illegible} {I.?}

25 G

{Aug?} 20 {Harris?} G

{D?} J.C.W {Daly?}

1845

feb 4 To 28{13?B?} 38lb. wheat c 3/1 1/4{Illegible} 4.9.6 {Illegible}

Mickle

1845 To Cash {Illegible} {8 Sep?} 2.11 Nov By {Illegible} 2.11.2

Sep. 20 To {Hamingtum?} Hamilton

{bew?} {Illegible} 3/1 1/12 {am?}.19.6

{Dec?} 31 {Illegible} 1.8.9

{Lady Mickle?} 2.11.2

{Daly?} Mickle 1845

1845

Dec 23 {Illegible} 15.4

{Illegible} 15th

12 {ham?} {Illegible} {GB?} {Illegible} {3/1} 13.1 1/3

1846 {Illegible}

Jan 14/14 {Illegible} Hamilton {$?}12 {Illegible} Cash 13

1845

Dec 31 By {Now?} {Am?} To this date 3...{T?}

{Illegible} Am {Illegible} 1.8.9

1844 poor {Cortia?}

March 21 {D??} Moore a Load {Straw?} .5.

25 F {Surgind?} {Illegible} .5.

April 21 Wm Smith {Landford?} {por?} Hamilton 4.3.20 c 3/9 19.3 c 3/1 1/2 15/5

{D??} 1843

March 18 {terric?} {Illegible} for {Illegible} lbs Spring Wheat {3/4lb?} C? 3/5 {for?} {pulled 3 dan lbls?}

April 11 {Sharman?} 20 {Bushs?} {grouse Peas?} C {3/4 lbs?} of {1.14?} b. {loaves?}

14 W. {Illegible} 2 V? Peas C 2/6 .5. {to be W.?} 15 May W. 13{kilos?}

21 {19?} {W?} Smith 10 {B??} {Illegible} 1.5 to pay 10 C 15 May W. 13 {kilos??}

24 {Curtis?} 1 {B?} {grows?} Peas 3/4{lbs?} {Illegible} 3/4{lbs?}=3/9 {Illegible}

25 {Ans Shirh?} 16{lb.?} {Illegible} Wheat 5/4{k?} {Illegible} his {Illegible} {hay?} {Illegible} June {?L2.10} May 5 {June?} .15.

Ink-

1 1/4 tb. {Laywood?} Chips

1/4 tb. {Copperas?}

1 oz. Gum Arabic

1 oz. Lump Sugar

3 quarts Rain Water {Illegible} boil down to 1 1/2 {Illegible}

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