1739 May 26 (Saturday). Brother Samuel Parkman sent up a Boy from Charleston early in the morning, to bring down my Horse from Cambridge. N.B. Mrs. Newton (Ebenezer’s Wife of Southborough). I had a very wet Journey. The Rain was heavy upon me from Weston. N.B. at Weston I met with Mr. David Ball of Boston who was come with Mrs. Pierpont, Mr. Stephen White and Mrs. Sarah Noyes from New Haven Yesterday, and the 3 last were at my House. At Sudbury I borrow’d a great Coat of one Mr. Herd, my own being wet through. At Mr. Baldwins was Mr. Joseph Biglo who was my Company as far as to his Fathers in Marlborough where we were shelter’d, and Horse and Man refreshed. At Home I found the Friends aforesaid to my great rejoicing.
(YC 1736), later minister at Windham, Conn., 1740-1794. Dexter, 567-69.
Daughter of James Noyes of Stonington, Conn.
Son of John Bigelow. Joseph lived in Shrewsbury.