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

John DENNE  1690  St Mary's Church, Patrixbourne

The medallion is cut in relief on a ledger stone in the Nave.

Arms: Three leopardsí faces {DENNE of Denne Hill bore sa. three leopardsí faces .. alis Denne az. Three leopardsí faces, or].

Here lieth the body of John DENNE late of this Parish, Gent who died December ye 7th 1690 Aged 71 years. Elizabeth his wife lieth under this pew who was buried November the 16th 1680. Aged 52 years.

Note: John Denne was the 5th son of Thomas Denne of Binsted and his wife Mary, daughter of John FRANKLYN of Goodnestone.

Rubbed April 1917 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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