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Christopher PETTY  1668  St Nicholas Church, Newington nr Hythe

On a Monument on the Wet Wall. [¼ly: 1&4). a fesse wavy over all on a bend sinister 3 escallop shells. 2&3). plain over all on a bend sinister 3 escallop shells. a chief, over all, party per fesse, 3 reversed escutcheons in fesse; & ermine]. Here lieth the Body of Christopher PETTY (Gentm.) Hee died the 26 of October 1668. Aged 39 Yeares. Hee left Issue at his Death 2 Sonnes, and 5 Daughters. John, and Christophar, and Martha, and Elizabeth, and Christian and Alice, and Ann. Noted by Leland L. Duncan pre 1923

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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