Monday 10 October 1664
"But Sir W. Batten do raffle still against Mr. Turner and his wife, telling me he is a false fellow, and his wife a false woman, and has rotten teeth and false, set in with wire, and as I know they are so, so I am glad he finds it so."
Sounds more modern that George Washington's wooden set.
L&M Companion: Thomas Turner's wife was Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Sir John Holmden. She was left 100/. in the will of Sir. J. Mennes. She died in 1685.
Chart showing the number of references in each month of the diary’s entries.