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

 Thomas HARDRES Esq 1688 St Peter & St Paul Church, Upper Hardres

On a Black Flat Stone on ye Floor, with this Coat. [HARDRES as Before imp. Az. a griffin passt. or betw. 3 molets arg.]. Memoriae Sacrum. Here lies inerr’d ye Body of Thomas Hardres Esq. Eldest Son of Sr. Thomas Hardres Knight, The Kings Serjeant at Law. Who died ye 25th of June 1688 in the 37th Year of his Age… Near unto lies buried ye Body of James Hardres Esq. Second Son to ye Said Sr. Thomas Hardres; Who died the 22d. Day of October, in ye Same Year. Aged 36 Years… Resurgemus. Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1757

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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