1736 January 20 (Tuesday). I rose before Day on Account of little Lucy and rode to Marlborough but Dr. Gott not at home, nor to be seen till noon. I was at Mr. Hoveys (Schoolmaster) and at Mr. Brown’s (a White Smith) to get my Desk [illegible]ey mended. Dined with Master Hovey. Visited Madam Breck. P.M. returned toward Eve. The Child very ill; and my wife also much indisposed. Mr. Whipple, and Mr. Abraham Knowlton here in the Eve.
Ivory Hovey (1714-1803), Harvard 1735, son of Capt. Ivory and Anne (Pingree) Hovey of Topsfield; minister of the Second, or West, Parish of Rochester (later the First Congregational Church of Mattapoisett), 1740-1768, and minister at the Manomet Church, Plymouth, 1770-1803. SHG, 9:543-48.
Probably James Brown of Marlborough.
Elizabeth (Wainwright) Breck, widow of Rev. Robert Breck (1682-1731), Harvard 1700, minister of Marlborough, 1704-1731. She d. on June 8, 1736; MVR, 346. Parkman mar. their daughter Hannah, Sept. 1, 1737. On Robert Breck, see SHG, 4:515-18.
Mary or Molly (Champney) Parkman, bapt. May 21, 1699 (CVR, 1:126); m. Ebenezer Parkman, July 7, 1724 (CVR 2:71).
Francis Whipple of Westborough. He and his wife Abigail were dismissed to New Braintree, July 19, 1778 (WCR, 178).
Abraham Knowlton of Shrewsbury.