January 8 – January 12 1857

January 1 – January 7 1857 January 13 – January 19 1857

James Haun, Book 4, January 8 1857 - January 12 1857

Jan 1857

12 oc & came home very cold ind
eed no more today
Thr
8th
Moore & I cut wood in the forenoon
& we went out in the woods & cut
down a coupple of dry trees for wood
& left them Thompson Edwards Y
ates & Mrs Edwards cam up & staid
a while very cold again to night
nothing more today I believe
Fr
9th
Moore & I hauled in some logs for wood
all day pretty cold all day nothing
of particular interest to day.
Sat
10th
moore & I hauled logs again to day
for wood nothing more of interest to
day very cold to day all day no more
Su
11th
Warm to day the snow melting fa
st staid about home all day rained
about bed time a little saw Jack
Powers he was on a spree of course
no more to day

Jan 1857

Mon
12th
warm & cloudy to day Moore & I w
ent out to haul some logs for the old
negro but we broke one of the yokes & on
ly hauled one a pine log. we then
loaded up the waggon with hay &
went to Elizabeth town & we got
stalled & broke the groves off of the
tongue & had to unload there was

 

January 1 – January 7 1857 January 13 – January 19 1857