My great great great uncle John Bayliff Bowman lived at Summer Hill, near Monyash in the County of Derby.
The Bowman family, who were Quakers, had three farms, One Ash Grange [which John Bayliff Bowman often referred to as O.A.], Cales and Summer Hill [which he usually referred to as S.Hill or S.H.]
"A Farm Journal" continues :~
3 day - 1st of 1st Mo[nth] 1867 - Fine bright - frosty day gr[oun]d co[vere]d with snow 3 in[ches] - busy with the cattle & sheep - put ewes into moss field & gave turnips & hay - hogs into old meadow at Cales hay & turnips
4 - 2 Beautiful day frosty M[onthly] M[eeting] at B[akewell] - small self walked down & back
5 - 3 ditto - Thrash[e]d at Cales
6 - 4 dried oats & winnow[e]d - Ditto weather tied 11 more Irish
7 - 5 ground the oats into mung & meal windy & more like a change
1st day - 6 Fine frosty day
2 - 7 Wet morn[in]g - fair aft[ernoo]n - B[akewe]ll market & Club dinner I attended & rec[eive]d 1st prize for Swedes £2
3 - 8 & 4 Fine & frosty
5 Ditto Mrs J went to B[akewe]ll with butler & Loui & Polly & on to Ashford & home - took mother 6 hens - W[illia]m & I to Hurdlow - Chalton [?] & home bo[ugh]t cow at Hurdlow
6 - 11 Thrash[e]d at Cales 3 little stacks Fine day
7 - 12 Snowy day bo[ugh]t 3 sturks & cow 33 10/- of S. Andrews 2 Heifers 24 5/- Mark Critchlow - cow of J.D.Wheeldon 16 10/- & W[illia]m of Hurdlow - sent all down to W[illia]ms at Middleton - took ewes down to Old Mans Green gave hay & turnips - tied 7 Irish at Breck Cote - 4 remain out
1st 13 Fine & frosty - W[illia]m & family at Meeting
2 - 14 Ditto - stack in S.H. oats to Cales & sheep cratches -
3 & 4 winnow[e]d oats cales drying
Just so you can put a face to the name [but remembering this is him as an older man] here is William Bowman and his wife, Elizabeth ...
In 1867 William would have been 41 or so. In the photo above he would have been in his seventies. In later years he described himself as a Retired Lead Miner/Engineer.