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Toke's and others, Heraldic Ledger Stones in Kent churches

 Ann BRIDGER  1777  St Stephen's Church, Lympne

The medallion is 21¾inch in diameter and is cut in relief on a bluish-grey marble ledger stone, 78inch x 34inch in the Chancel.

Arms: Arg. a chevron engrailed, sa. between three crabs, gu. for BRIDGER. (The tinctures are taken from a coloured shield of arms of the Bridger family on the north wall of the Chancel).

To the Memory of Ann Wife of Mr John BRIDGER of this Parish who departed this life ye 3rd of December 1777 Aged 35 years, leaving issue one Daughter viz. Ann. Also Ann second wife of Mr John Bridger who died ye 22 of Sepr 1781 aged 20 years.

Rubbed June 1916 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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