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

John POWNALL  1709  St Anthony's Church, Alkham

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

Here lieth The Body of John POWNOLL, Gent. who departed this Life a Bachelder, ye 26th of Aug. 1709 (bur. Aug. 30 1709 Psh.Reg) in The 80th Year of his Age. He was Prudent, Charitable, Just, Sober, Prosperous, a Peace Maker, and chief Pillar in his Family. Here also lieth his youngest Sister Anne who departed this Life the 7th of Sept. 1710 (bur. Sept.11 1709 Ibid), in the 71st Year of her Age; who married 2 Husbands, Richard NEWMAN, Gent, and John THOMAS, deceased; and had 1 Son by her former Husband named Samuell, who hath survived her . . . Noted by Leland L. Duncan 1890's

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