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

Bridget SCOTT  1725  St St Eadburgh's Church, Lyminge

On a white Marble enlayd in a Blue Stone. Here lieth ye Body of Dame Dorothy PALMER, of ye ancient Famely of ye SCOTTS of Hartfordshire, Sometyme Wife and Widow of Thomas HERNDEN, one of the Magistrates of this Towne of Lydd: and, since, wife and Widow of Sir Henry Palmer, Knight, Contronler of his Majesties Navy. She died ye 21st of Julie, A.Dni 1621. To whose Memory, John SHARPE of ye Anncient Town of Rye in ye County of Sussex, Gent, Nephew and Executor of ye last Will & Testament of ye said Dorothy Palmer, caused this Remembrance to be made. Noted by Leland L. Duncan pre 1923

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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