1723 August 1 (Thursday). I got to Cambridge by noon, return’d my Horse, paid 1/2 a Crown to Mrs. Fessenden. Mr. Bridgewater was at College. I went to Boston about 5 p.m. Met at Barrett’s. Green was absent. Barrett pray’d first. I read part of a Discourse from 1 Sam. 16.7, and concluded. I lodg’d at my Fathers.
Sarah Fessenden, who was licensed to sell intoxicating liquors at retail. Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge (Boston, 1877), p. 22
Probably Edward Bridgewater (Harvard 1718) who was in Cambridge in August, 1723. Sibley, VI, 231-232.
Samuel Barrett (1700-1772), son of Deacon Samuel Barrett of Boston. A classmate and lifelong friend of Ebenezer Parkman. First minister of Hopkinton. Sibley, VI, 428-432.
Joseph Green (Harvard 1720) of Boston. Minister at Bamstable, 1725-1770. Sibley, VI, 385-387.