Tuesday, January 7, 1902
Henry has started going to Northampton again today. He has been out since the middle of Nov. with bronchial trouble.
The town schools commenced yesterday.
Frank and I called on Mr. Watson and his son-in-laws family. They have bought the Hiram Nash farm.
James McBride was married in July 1898 went to Glasgow in the fall returned in April ’99. In June a little daughter was born to them.
In Oct. J. went to Glas. again. Came home again in Oct. 1900 – went to Camden, N.J. as draftsman and from there to Phil. Pa. for the Cramps Ship-building Co. Earns $4.00 per day.
Mrs. Geo. Warner and Mrs. Lyman Graves called this P.M. Also the Dr. came to see Grandma. He does not talk very encouraging about her.
Emma and Prescott have gone to meeting this eve. Union meetings this week. Sun. Tues. Wed. and Fri. evenings.
A missionary talks to them tomorrow night.
This is the last entry in the journal. Emma Tilton Richards died on March 22, 1902 at the age of 44.