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.]
7 - 1st of 8th Mo[nth] Very hot indeed cut about 14 ac[res] of corn up to this, clear blue sky no rain or signs meers getting very low etc many dry on Cales land make 1 cheese a day at S.H. good 16in[ches] & 1 one day & 2 the other at Cales
2 day 3 Very hot B[akewe]ll market bo[ugh]t 6 pigs 35/- to Union as Guardian 1st time - cut[tin]g corn
3 - 4 Ditto
4 - 5 Ditto M[onthly] M[eetin]g Mary Shipley & Lydia, SJWright Uncle & Aunt Howitt & Mary John Crit[chlo]w [?] & Sam[ue]l Bradbourne to dine
5 - 5 S. Fox died 6 PM Nice showery aft[ernoo]n & night very refresh[in]g but fine & hot next day
7 - 8 Windy & like rain at times but none - cut[tin]g Ridge piece corn fair crop - sold cheese at Cales to Etches 65/6 120 ch- 7 pigs to J.C. & Tom B. 1 cheese per day at each place Very dry pastures shall to lead water to S.H. again soon - drawing at the wharf mine now
1 - 9 Fine
2 - 10 Fine day very sultry finish[e]d cut[tin]g corn
3 - 11 Showery day Thunder storm morn[in]g & even[in]g - Self to Nott[ingha]m to attend S. Fox's Funeral - in the Friends Cemetery - aged 86 - large funeral 14 carriages of relatives & very large assembly of people to witness - several friends spoke at the grave side & had a long meet[in]g in Friar lane after when several spoke - dined at the shop & to tea at Houndsgate off home in even[in]g
4 - 12 Fine day sow[in]g turnips broad cast in Watricle again - lead[in]g coal etc
5 - 13 Very showery lead part of corn out Crags
6 - 14 scuffling Winkerley etc
7 - 15 Fine day lead Crags & some at S.H.
There is more about Samuel Fox here