Sunday, November 9 1755

Not at church in the morning, on account of my looking for Mr Tucker while the people were at church. Mrs Virgoe sent for me to acquaint me that she that morning had received a letter from Mr Dungate, wherein he told her he had orders from Mrs Edwards to prosecute her unless she paid the money due from her late husband to Mrs Edwards in 4 weeks time, upon which, after dinner, Mr Joseph Burgess and myself went to talk with Mr John Burgess of Rotherfield about it and came home about 7 o’clock. When I came home I found word sent from Framfield to acquaint me my mother was very ill. I got Master Durrant’s man to walk over to Framfield with me, where I found my mother better, but I thought still very dangerously ill. We came home about 10:45.

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