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

Robert BRETON  1717  St Lawrence Church, Hougham

The medallion is cut in relief on a blue marble ledger stone in the Chancel.

Arms: Az. a bend betw. six mullets pierced, or, for BRETON impaling gu, a mule passant, within a bordure, ar, for MOYLE. Crest: a lionís gamb erased.

Here lieth ye Body of Robt BRETON Esq descended on his Fatherís side from the Bretons of Barwell, and on his Motherís from ye BABINGTONS of Temple Rothly, both of Leicestershire. He marryed Mary Daughter & Heiress of John MOYLE of Buckwell, Esq. by whom he had Sons Moyle, Richd, Robt, John & Thomas, of which Richd & John died young, & Daugrs Ann, Eliz. and Mary. He departed this life ye 29th of September1707 in the 35th year of his age.

Rubbed Aug 1921 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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