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Hester GODFREY  1699   St Mary's Church, Nackington

On Another with This Coat. [GODFREY as Before, with, in pretence: Arg. a Λ sa. on a chief sa. 2 martlets arg.]. Here lieth The Body of Dame Hester GODFREY, one of The Daughters and Coheirs of Sr. John WYLD, of This County & late Wife of Sr. Thomas Godfrey of Lyd, but, late of this Parish in ye said County Knight. She died the 27th Day of March 1699 in the 77th Year of her Age. (*This Gentleman purchased Heppington, in this Parish and lies buried, on the N. Side of, and close to this Stone; but without any Memorial. Br. Faussett). Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1758

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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