Court proceedings: Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents: declaration of Richard Gomeldon
Know All men by these presents That I Richard Gomeldon of Summerfield Court in the County of Kent Esqr . Have made appointed and in my place and Stead putt, and by these presents doe make appoint and in my Place and Stead putt John Kighley of Grays Inn in the County of Middx Gent , and Thomas Richardson of the Parish of St. Gyles in the Fields in the Same County Gent , and either of them my true and lawfull Attorney and Attorneys Joynthy or Severally for me and in my place and Stead at the Generall Quarter Sessions of the Peace to be held for the County of Middex next after the date here of in open Sessions to Subscribe my name to the Registry or Entry which I have desired or shall desire the Clerke of the Peace of and for the said County of Middex or his lawfull Deputy to make of my name, and my Messuages Lands Tenements and hereditaments in the said County of Middex, in pursuance of the late Act of Parliament, Intitled an Act to oblige Papists to Register their names and reall Estates. And further I the said Richard Gomeldon doe hereby authorize the said John Kighley and Thomas Richardson and either of them Joyntly or Severally for me and in my name Place and Stead to doe execute and performe whatsoever may be necessary or is required by the Said late Act of Parliament for duely Registring my name and Estate aforesaid, As fully to all intents constructions and purposes whatsoever As I the said Richard Gomeldon might or could doe the same being personally present And whatsoever my said Attorney and Attorneys or either of them shall doe in or about the premises, I the said Richard Gomeldon shall Ratify confirme and allow, as if I in my owne poorson had [..] the Same. In Witnesse where of I [..] and Richard Gomeldone [..] have hereunto Sett my hand and Seale this Six and Twentieth day of December in the fourth yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord George by the grace of God of great Brittaine France and Ireland King Defender of the faith Etc. Anno gi Domini 1717 .
Sealed and delivered (being first duly Stamps) In the presence of
11. Januar 1717
Jur in Cur
11 Jan 1717
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