April 7, 1736

1736 April 7 (Wednesday).  Saw Mr. McGregore[1] of Nutfield, by my Mothers Gate — appointed to Meet with him at Mr. Fennels Shop at 11 o’Clock; but he came not.  I dined at Brother Samuels.  Very rainy afternoon: confined at Brother Samuels.  Eve at Monsieur LeMercier’s[2] and I supped there.  Lodged at Brother Alexanders.  Judge Davenport was to have been buryed but it was prevented by the Rain.

[1]David McGregore (1710-1777), ordained as the first minister of Londonderry, NH (West Parish), Oct. 9, 1736; Weis, Colonial Clergy, 132.

[2]Andrew Le Mercier (c. 1692-1764), minister of the French Huguenot Church in Boston, 1722-1764.  Weis, Colonial Clergy, 126.