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

Edward FINCH Esq  1677  St Mildred's Church, Tenterden

Arms: A chevron between three griffins passant. In centre chief point a roundel. Impaling, on a chief dancettee three goats’ heads erased (Downton). Crest, a griffin passant. Here lyeth buryed Edward FINCH Esq., who dyed ye 4th day of May, A.D. 1677. He left issue by Thomasine his wife, daughter of Richard DOWNTON of Sandhurst, in this County, Esq., deceased, Edward, Richard, William and Thomasine. Thomasine ye wife, dyed the 14th Day of December, Anno Dom. 1689, and here buried. Edward ye eldest son of ye said Edward and Thomasine, dyed without issue ye 16th of September, Anno Dom. 1696, and here buryed. [added]. Edward Finch of Leigh Green, only son of the above Richard, died 19th March, 1780, aged 79 years, leaving issue William, Richard, Nicholas and Elizabeth. William Finch of Leigh Green, son of the above Edward, died 30th November, 1791, aged 56 years. Leaving issue Elizabeth, William and Mary. Noted by Leland L. Duncan pre 1919

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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