1748 May 24 (Tuesday). In the Morning I asked in Honourable Joseph Pyncheon and the Reverend Mr. Jones, who broke fast with me and I set out with them on my Journey to Cambridge, but I turn’d away to Mr. Ebenezer Chamberlins the Collector. N.B. Thunder stop’d me at Mr. Mixtows in Southborough. Call’d at Captain Buckminsters in Framingham. N.B. Din’d at Wolsoms with Colonel Ward, Dr. Pyncheon and Mr. Jones. Rode to College with Colonel Ward. Lodg’d at Mother Champneys who lives at Brother Barretts House in Cambridge Town old — left my Horse with Brother Champney.
Isaac Jones (Yale 1742), the minister of Warren, Mass., 1747-1784. Dexter, Biographical Sketches, p. 715.
Benjamin Mixter or Mixer.
Thomas, son of the late Colonel Joseph Buckminster.