1769 January 10 (Tuesday). Rode to Capt. Maynards — especially to have him answer my obligation to Mr. Ebenezer Maynard of an hundred pounds old Tenor, the Note to him (Ebenezer) having been out on Dec. 25, and I had relyed on the Captain to take the Care of it; having long ago, told them both, that This was the way in which I should pay this Sum: and they consented to it. I dined there. Then visited at Hows, Fessendens, Phinehas Maynards and Beetons. When I returned at Evening I marryed Isaiah Rider of Hopkinton to Mary Forbes (Mr. Daniel Forbes’s Daughter). Memorandum Sent 3 Dollars by Mr. [J.?] Thurston to my Son Samuel to buy me a Ream of Paper.