1740 November 1 (Saturday). In the Morning I got my Horse Shod at Mr. William Witts. I broke fast at Mr. Smiths, brought up Sally Gott to tarry a while at our House, but we rode first to the Burial of Joseph Warrin Son of Neighbour Thomas Warrin who dy’d of the Throat Distemper at Lieutenant Tainters, and was bury’d from thence. I din’d at Lieutenant Tainters. A Cold Season.
The son of John Witt who came to Marlborough in the early 1700s. Hudson, Marlborough, 473-474.
Sarah Gott was Parkman’s niece.
Joseph Tainter of Marlborough.