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.]
4 - 16 Began pie in Mossfield Jesse paring fallows
6 - 18 Dull & cold W.E. shower in even[in]g - we sadly want warm showers - short of water at S.H. have to lead from Cales - sold Hully of Ashford 18 fat wether lambs off rape 24/-each
7 - 19 to 2 - 21 Few Showers very agreeable
3 - 22 Showery
4 - 23 Fine W.N. dipped ewe lambs & thraves
5 - 24 Fine morn[in]g shower aft[ernoo]n Willies's Birthday lead[in]g Lime onto Ridge Piece on Pared & harrow[e]d ground
2 - 28 Showery spread Lime in Ridge Piece
3 - 29 Fine lead[in]g manure at Cales
4 - 30 Ditto
The reference to 'Willie's Birthday' was to his son William's 1st Birthday. I wonder if they did anything special for him ... or with him.