Sunday, 21st April, 1867

A very lovely day. All except Bill attended Church. He remained from indisposition. Pigeo received a note from Mr. Cooke desiring her to accompany him to Church, and at the same time with a request from Miss _ to attend Jerusalem.1 They did so and came by Oak Dale to dine and returned to supper. Mr. Cooke left before ten. – – I called by to see Mrs. George this morning, who is a great sufferer. Carried her a loaf of bread. Also carried a loaf to Mrs. Tebbs and sent by George from Church. – – Two couples were married by Dr. Edwards today (Colored).2 Pigeo thinks she had a chill this evening. I was under the impression she had a slight one yesterday.

  1. Caroline doers not write the name of the young lady who invited Pigeo to attend Jerusalem Church. She just leaves a space.  (back)
  2. These were Michael Frazer, 22, to Ada Moore, 23, and Anderson Banks, 25, to Susan Stewart, 20. Both couples were residents of King William County.  (back)