|date_admitted||Eld. Grove, Eldress Dana, & Sister Wealthy went to Cabbotville with Earl J. and team. The horses took fright from the locomotive, broke away from their fastenings and ran two miles before the Engine. [ciphertext: no injury to the horses],' 1847.08.26, NOC.TDM. 'Earl Jepherson came to Hancock. [he brot] $900 [from the brethren at] Tyringham, to go toward repairs on their Grist Mill,' 1847.12.29, NOC.TDM, & returned home the following day, so he did not live at Hancock. 'Earl Jefferson came to Hancock, went on the same day to Tyringham,' 1849.08.20, NOC.TDM. 'Earl Jefferson came to Tyringham to make arrangements about the Grist mill,' 1850.02.11, NOC.TDM. 'Return to Hancock. I accompanied Earl to the Grist Mill and we took the Cars at the State Line. Earl hurried home for fear of the Small Pox to which he had been exposed a few days previous,' 1850.05.15, NOC.TDM. Accompanied Thomas Damon from Enfield, CT to Hartford 1855.08.21, NOC.TDM. 'Earl Jefferson came to Hancock for the purpose of examining a woodlot bought by Joseph Patten in the edge of Vermont 7 miles from N. Adams â€“' 1855.09.18, NOC.TDM. Res Enfield, CT North Family 1856.08.21, NOC.TDM.