1739 July 2 (Monday). I visited Mr. Isaac Tomlin on Mr. Pomeroys Horse. John Rogers mowing p.m. The Gentlemen, viz. Mr. White, Mr. Pomroy, and Mr. Jarvis went afishing at the River by Neighbor Hows. I went to raking Hay. At Evening came Brother Robert Breck and with him Mr. Mirrick, a preacher at Cold Spring. N.B. We lodg’d Seven more than our own Family.
Hezekiah How lived close by the Assabet River, the present boundary between Northborough and Westborough.
Rev. Robert Breck, Jr., of Springfield, Mass.
Noah Merrick (YC 1731), later minister at Wilbraham, Mass., 1741-1776. Dexter, 431-33.
The plantation which became the town of Belchertown, Mass., in 1761.