January 13 – January 19 1857

January 8 – January 12 1857 January 19 – January 26 1857

James Haun, Book 4, January 13 1857 - January 19 1857

Jan 1857

a party at Elizabeth to night rained
to day we got home after dark no more
Tus
13th
rained some to day Pa moore & I as
sorted out some of our potatoes noth
ing of consequence to day snow melt
ing very fast to day
Wed
14th
rained nearly all day snow melti
ng very fast to day we cut some wood
to day was all that we done Haviland
came in & staid about 2 hours Mrs
Edwards & hates came in after sup
per & sat a while nothing else to day
Thr
15th
nothing of particular interest to day rained
to day Mrs Edwards & husband sta
id all night nothing more to day
Fr
16th
found some snow more on the gro
und about 2 inches snowd & rain
ed all day nearly done nothing to day
Sat
17th
Moore & I cut some wood in the m

Jan 1857

orning & we hauled a load of hay for
Mastin to Willmans we had an
awful time got stalled & got Ed
Basses cattle to help us but we
had to unload part of it at Will
mans before we could get to the
stable but we got there finally
with it nothing more to day
rained to day some & after supp
er considerably no more to day
Sun
18th
nothing of interest to day I went
to Alfords for some wheat for chi
ckens but got none I then went to
Kates & got 72 lbs I stopped at ro
eldens to look at some sled run
ners & came home no more
Mon
19th
we all fixed up a roack to feed the
cattle out of & moore & I went on
the mountain to hunt a tree to

 

January 8 – January 12 1857 January 19 – January 26 1857