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

George CARTER  1662  St Mary's Church, Crundall

Here lieth interr’d the Body of George CARTER, Gent, Eldest Sonn unto George Carter, Gent, deceased, leaving Issue (by his Wife Jane, the only Daughter of Thomas BATE of Lydd, Gent, also deceased, and Joane his Wife, eldest Daughter unto William WILCOCKE, of The Town aforesaid, Gent) 6 Sons, George, Thomas, John, William, Robert & James; and 4 Daughters, Joane, Elisabeth, Mary, and Anne; who died ye 27th Day of July, Anno Dni 1662. Cui Nasci contigit, Mori restat. Who has his Birthday, has his Burial too;/ As we into The World came, out we goe./ Why boast we of Our Wealth, what Lands we have?/ We all, at Length, are landed in the Grave. Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1757

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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