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

Elizabeth WINDOW  1699  St Lawrence Church, Hougham

The arms measure 23inch x 21½inch and are incised on a ledger stone in the Chancel, partly hidden by the reading desk.

Arms: Az. A fesse, counterembattled, betw. Three lions’ gambs, erect and erased, or. [These arms were granted Aug 20 1660 to WINDOW of Gloucester City].

Here lyeth the body of Mrs Elizabeth WINDOW [Daugh]ter of Mr William Window London Merchant who died the 19th day of April 1699 in the 25 year of her age.

Rubbed Aug 1921 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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