the person of their mistress- Should hired be charged against Judge S. and if so, what allowance to him for their board, if any?
Charity a woman who died in 1843 (about the time the last Episcopal Convention was held in Lynchburg) and was appraised in 1836 [@?] $75-. (see allotment of Mr. Mary Watt's E& in Dent :836. She had two children who also died before sale in 1849.
What allowance should be allowed Judge Saunders for the board, and attention to Miss Martha Watts per year- represented as being in a helpless condition mental & physical, requiring the presence at home of some of the white members of the family at all times, and much particularity in the management of her disposition- She having two servants of her own Washington & Martha (No. 45 & 46) as above stated to wait on her? Wm A. Clement C.D.