1723 August 3 (Saturday). In the Morning about 8 (having been Kindly entertain’d) I again Set out for Mr. Jenison’s where I had appointed to Meet Mr. Rice, From thence I had more Company, viz. Mr. Golding (brother to Mrs. Jenison). We set out about 10. We stop’d at Sundry Taverns (which particularly I do not remember) before we got to Mr. Bricks of Marlborough; here I was well received though I never was in the least acquainted with the Gentleman til now. N.B. we arriv’d here by 1/4 after one and Set out between 3 and 4, having stop’d Twice or Thrice more, jolted and tired, I entered Lieutenant Lee’s house at Worcester where I was Kindly received by Deacon Haywood, etc. With Pains in my Head and a Sore Throat I went to Bed.
William Jennison (1676-1744) of Sudbury. Later he moved to Worcester and became Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.
Either Windsor Golding (b. 1675) or Thomas Golding (b. 1678).
Elizabeth (Golding) Jennison (1673-1756).
Reverend Robert Breck (1682-1731), (Harvard 1700). Minister at Marlborough, 1704-1731. Sibley, IV, 515-518.
Lieutenant Henry Lee.
Daniel Heywood (1695-1773). An early settler of Worcester, selectman for 20 years, and an officer in an early military company. William Lincoln, History of Worcester (Worcester, 1837), p. 42.