1726 February 15 (Tuesday). After Dinner Mr. Breck appointed to go to his Daughters with me. I went to Mr. Edward Rice’s Shop and there, taking leave of Mr. Breck, I rode to Williams’s To see Mrs. Williams, it being the first of my being in Town Since she was married. Returning home I call’d at Captain Wards to warm me it being Cold and to spend a Little time in Conversation with the Captain but he had taken a fortnight ride into Connecticut.
Colonel Abraham Williams, a prominent resident of Marlborough. Charles Hudson, History of Marlborough (Boston, 1862), p. 470.
Elizabeth Breck, daughter of the Reverend Robert Breck, married Abraham Williams, Dec. 22, 1725.
Nahum Ward of Shrewsbury. Ward, Shrewsbury, pp. 457-459.