1736 February 14 (Saturday). Mr. Livermore came to desire me to visit Mr. James Ball’s little Daughter being very Sick — And though it was with great Difficulty and when my preparations for the Sabbath were very backward, yet I complyed and went — called to see old Mrs. Holloway as I went, and the widow Fay as I returned. Moderate Weather. I was very sorrowfull.
Jonathan Livermore. When his daughter Rebecca was bapt. Sept. 22, 1728, the church records describe him and his wife Abigail as “members of West Waterton” (WCR, 15).
Lydia, the youngest of the five daughters of James and Sarah Ball, was bapt., Mar. 31, 1734 (WCR, 34).
Hannah Holloway was admitted to the Westborough church, Nov. 13, 1726 (WCR, 4); d. Dec. 30, 1736, “aged about 93 or 4 years” (Parkman diary).