corn for my horse, and took lodging for the night. Supped on fried sausage, bread and milk. Made a bargain with him to take a league of land in Austin's Colony, to clear it out for him, and take half myself.
Harry Davis Gary married the daughter of James Walker, who gave him the land on which he lives. Has three children, and his wife's nephew, a youth of thirteen lives with him. Yet all sleep in one room, and that a rough log house, open in every direction, and one door never closed. A heavy storm of rain came on in the night, which beat on me where I slept.
[On back in pencil]
Sanders Walker 1/4 league