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

William MANTELL  1765?  St Mary's Church, Sellindge

The medallion measures 20inch x 18˝inch and is cut on a blue marble ledger stone in the north Chapel against the east wall and partly under the pews.

Arms: Arg. a cross engr. between four martlets, sa. Crest: a stag’s head, couped at the neck, affonte arg.

William MANTELL Second son of Walter & Jane ... He was many years Comander ... Royal Navy. He was a dutiful son, Tender ... & Sincere Friend, Benevolent to all his Relations. He departed this life Decem[ber .....] in the 53 year of his Age.

Rubbed March 1917 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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