I am still in Crockett but cannot collect one dollar due me. After dinner I returned home and found the little woman and Florence well. weather clear & cold.
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Friday, February 4, 2011
To day I went to Crockett, and while there paid Robert George for the bale of cotton purchased on last Saturday. I made out an exhibit as admin. of Gillepsie dec'd. & turned over all the papers belonging to said decedent to William Wortham taking his receipt therefor. weather clear & very cold.
Thursday, February 3, 2011
To day Father, Mother and Mr. J. C. Hepperla came up to see us, and remained for dinner. in the evening they returned to Mother's. weather clear and cold with a heavy frost at night.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
To day Bill ground 19½ bushels of corn but in consequence of the severe cold we done no other work. I bought from Robert George one bale of cotton weighing 382 lbs. and agreed to pay him 7? per lb. weather was cloudy as well as cold, and a hard freeze at night.
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
To day we had to watch the mill levy to keep it from braking. The creek rose to the highest water mark. Father came up in the evening. weather cloudy and cool.
Monday, January 31, 2011
To day it rained so hard as to prevent any thing from being done. I was compelled in consequence of the cold & rain to remain in the house and nurse the fire. it also rained all night in torrents.
Sunday, January 30, 2011
To day Bill hauled wood all day. John & I are at work on the Mill house. In the evening Father & Dr. Murchison came up to see us. Billy Stewart sent a messenger requesting me to come to Crockett. weather clear & pleasant.