1736 November 28 (Sunday). Mat. VI.32.33.34. Mrs. Townsend (wife of Benjamin) dined with us. Received from Mr. Hezekiah Ward (of New Medfield) Mr. Rob. Camell’s Three Sermons and read ‘em this Evening.
Susannah Townsend, wife of Benjamin Townsend, whom Parkman listed among the first inhabitants of Westborough (WCR, flyleaf).
Hezekiah Ward of New Medfield (Sturbridge).
Robert Camell, I. The great benefit of afflictions: II. The long-suffering of God, with respect to sinful communities. III. The duty of Christ’s ministers, and the offence of some taken at their doctrine ; considered. In three sermons, preached in St. Nicholas’s church and St. George’s chapel, in Great Yarmouth, at several times in the years 1724, and 1725 (London: Printed; and sold by the booksellers of London and Norwich, 1726).