At Rockbridge County Court August 6 1855. On the motion of William B. Willson, it is ordered that Magdalen Miller, a free woman of colour, have leave to bind her daughter Margaret Miller about five years of age to the said Willson until she arrives at the age of eighteen years, to learn housekeeping; and at the expiration of her apprenticeship, that he pay her thirty dollars in money, and clothes worth ten dollars.
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Jas. K. Edmondson, D.C.