1776 April 18 (Thursday). Mr. Caleb Harrington a.m. assists me in setting out Trees etc. Mrs. Stone of Framingham dines with us — her Daughter Goddard of Shrewsbury also; and Mr. Thomas Townsend (Son of Mr. William Blair Townsend) all dined with us. At Evening came a soldier, Says his Name is James Formoyle of Bedford, Pensylvania belonging to Capt. Cluggedge’s Company, in Col. Thompson’s Regiment of Riflers — has been Sick, but is now hastening to New York. Prays he may lodge by our Fire. I pityed and suffered him.