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.]
5 - 19 Wet morn[in]g aft[ernoo]n Winnow[e]d oats for Seed at Cales 5 gr[ound?] fr[om?] Bakewell seed oats 13st[ones] 38/4
6 - 20 Drizzly day Rob[er]t Heathcote here doing basket gig & harmers cupboard
7 - 21 Fine mild day walling etc
4 - 22 Raw & cold
2 - 23 Very stormy cov[erin]g of snow frosty W.N.
3 - 24 Fine & bright some of snow melt[e]d W.N. sold White oats at Longnor to C. Cundy 30/- p[e]r q[uarte]r 12 nett
5 - 26 Fine oats to Longnor
6 - 27 Ditto walling
7 - 28 Fine plough[e]d & thrash[e]d Cales
1 - 29 Ditto
2 - 30 Fine began harrow[in]g
3 - 31 Ditto
I'm not sure what a 'harmers cupboard' is but that's what it looks like in the journal.
Living in Monyash in 1861 was a Robert Heathcote. He was a 'boarder' with the family of Thomas Bonsall, a Lead Miner. Robert was 45 and unmarried. His occupation ? Joiner.