1748 August 22 (Monday). In returning from Sutton I first visited Captain Robert Goddard — had Mr. John Hollands Company to Worcester. I carry’d home Mr. Hedge’s Henry, the Volume on Evangelists and Acts — but Mr. Hedge not at home. Visited Mr. Maccarty — din’d at Dr. Brecks. My Studdy Lock to Johnsons to mend the Key. At Colonel Chandlers. And at Shrewsbury was at Mr. Edward Goddards for Cheese, at Dr. Smith’s — where was Mr. Cushing Cornet Hayward and Mr. Jonathan Green. Heard that My Daughter Molly accompany’d by Mr. Wellman had been at Colonel Wards and with Mrs. Patty, was gone to Mr. Morse’s. But they return’s at Night.
He lived in that part of Sutton that became Millbury.
One of the works of Matthew Henry (1662-1714), the English nonconformist minister.
Samuel Breck, the physician of Worcester.
John Chandler, Jr., the prominent office-holder of Worcester.
Joshua Smith, the physician of Shrewsbury.
The daughter of Colonel Nahum Ward of Shrewsbury.