August 4th 1867 Sunday went to Bradfords & to see Uncle Luthers House I went over to see how father was [Harvey Taylor] he is better & able to bind what some
August 1st 1867 Finished wheat Have 200 shocks about 1 acre is weedy the rest clean & good cool & Pleasant wind N W J ap got very lazy today I had to scold him very often & then he only done about ½ hand work
July 30 1867 Harvested wheat on long ridge & began on little burr ridge wheat good Might have 81 shocks Jap does a little better
July 31 1867 Harvested wheat on burr ridge & made a big start on ridge N E grove wheat good but a little weedy Mag raked most of the day Jap does about the same Have 133 shocks
Sunday July 7th 1867 went to get sow & pigs Aleen & wife Jo Farley & wife E Foster & wife & Leighton Allice Leighton Rom Morrow & Sister were here visiting traded Moll Heifer to Farley for steer calf He took her away I am glad she’s gone at any price
4th of July 1867 very warm ploughed corn 2 Hours went to Leightons took a baked turkey large cake &c [etc.] Had a dance at night & pretty good time bought a Sow & 6 pigs of Carpenter for $12
June 7, 1867 went to mill got grist got sugar for Mans & 3 lbs white sugar for self paid 20 cts postage for paper P M choped in sod corn we went and got King K to help me tomorrow
8th King & I chopped in sod corn finished eve hoed out Early potatoes plenty of bugs paid King 67 cts and we are square warm & dry grafts doing fine also raspberried Brownie took bull
9th Sunday warm went to Hix [Hicks] not at home went to Vix [probably Vic Carris]  Had a visit Kate gone to bee hive to Vic went to Farleys tried mare no go
 Victor and Catherine Carris were neighbors of Isaac’s and, evidently, close friends for Isaac named his fourth son after his neighbor, Victor.
Mar. 7th, 1867 took Ellin  Home & took 9 Doz Eggs let Dave  Have one doz and sold 8 doz for 10 cts per Doz to Linscott(?)
Mar. 12th, 1867 went to Als & got Iron wedges sharpened got a load poles turn brisk towards night turned cold this night very cold got up 3 times & made fires
Mar. 26th, 1867 Snow & rain AM Maggie sick PM I chopped wood
 Ellin and Dave could be Maggie Taylor Carr’s sister and brother.