1739 August 21 (Tuesday). Finding myself Still better I undertook my Journey. Stopp’d a while at Mr. Amsdens, at Mr. David Hows, at Mr. Cooks, at Dr. Robys, at Woolsons from where I had Captain Samuel Chandler’s (of Woodstock) Company — and at Mr. Benjamins at Waterton. Arriv’d at Father Champneys after Dark.
Capt. Isaac Amsden of Marlborough.
Proprietor of the Wayside Inn in Sudbury.
Rev. Samuel Cooke of Wayland.
Ebenezer Roby, physician of Sudbury.
Son of Col. John Chandler, Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas and General Sessions. Woodstock was originally in Massachusetts but after 1749 in Connecticut. Clarence W. Bowen, Woodstock: An Historical Sketch (N.Y., 1886), 33-35; George Chandler, The Chandler Family (Worcester, 1883), 130-31.