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

Mary HALKE  1739  All Saint's Church, Petham

The medallion is 21½inch in diameter and is cut in relief on a blue marble ledger stone, 79inch x 38½inch in the Nave.

Arms: Gu a fesse between three hawks, belled, or for HALKE impaling or, a pheon ... [Sydney bears? or, a pheon az]. Crest: ??

In Memory of Mary, wife of Thomas HALKE, Gent Late of this Parish. She died the 16th Octr 1739 Aged 53 Years. Also Hester, wife of Thomas Halke, son of the above. She died the 2nd of January 1755, Aged 25 Years. Also Hester Halke died 26th of January 1755 Aged 2 years. Also Mary Halke died 9th of March 1756 Aged 3 years, daughter of Thomas and Hester Halke.

Rubbed Aug 1920 and April 2 1929 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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