Deed of power of attorney given by Sir Julius Adelmare alias Caesar, knight...

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Deed of power of attorney given by Sir Julius Adelmare alias Caesar, knight, and his wife Alice, to William Clarke and Hugo Dod for the transfer of the Manors of Chamberleynes and Challers in Eastread [i.e. East Reed], Hertfordshire, from Sir John Peyton and his son to Sir Julius Caesar and his wife . The deed bears the signature of Sir Julius Caesar and the initials of his wife, and is dated 29 June 10 James I [1612]. Amongst the endorsements is a record that the attorneys named received, on 8 July 1612, possession of Reed Hall.

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12 x 21 on vellum. In a quarter-morocco folder.

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Compiled by J Caudwell.

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