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Saturday, September 15, 2012

Monday, September 15th, 1862

To day I went up to the mill in the buggy in company with William Leaverton, and while there had a final settlement with Mr. Pennington. I turned my toll corn over to William Leaverton. we then returned to Father's. weather changeable and hot.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Sunday, September 14th, 1862

To day I went fishing with some little success. The balance of the day I spent loafing around the house. weather changeable with occasional showers of rain.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Saturday, September 13th, 1862

To day I went in Company with William Leaverton in the buggy up to the mill and while there hunted up some more of my tools. we then returned to Father's in time for dinner. weather changeable & hot, with occasional showers of rain.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Friday, September 12th, 1862

To day I drove Hawk & Rob in the little wagon in Company with Wm. Leaverton & Bill, and after a great deal of difficulty with Rob succeeded in arriving at the mill. I gathered some of my tools up and had a partial settlement with Mr. Pennington in relation to toll corn. In the evening we returned to Father's and I picked cotton by way of amusement. weather changeable & warm.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Thursday, September 11th, 1862

To day I remained around the house and in the evening went out with the children and picked cotton. we succeeded in picking 95 lbs. weather changeable & hot with a very hard rain at night.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Wednesday, September 10th, 1862

To day I went to Crockett in company with Mrs. Wrigley in the buggy. Lelia & Bob riding on horse back, they being in route for Liberty. I returned to Father's in the evening after having seen Mrs. Wrigley safely started on her journey. expenses at Crockett to Mrs. Wrigley 5$. incidentals 7$. weather changeable and hot.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Tuesday, September 9th, 1862

To day I rode Rob in company with William Leaverton up to the mill, and from there to Mrs. Birds in order to purchase some cotton but without any success. we returned to Father's in the evening. weather changeable and hot.