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Robert COBB   1727  St Nicholas Church, New Romney

Out of a ducal coronet a demi leopard ramp. Chev between 3 cocks Chev between 3 bulls heads couped. Here lieth interred ye body of Robert COBB / sometime mayor of this town and port / son of Robert Cobb of Reculver. / He married Catherine the daughter of Thomas Curteis? of Ashford by whom he left issue four sons viz John, Robert, Thomas and Benjamin. He departed this life 15 day of December 1727 aged 55 years. Also the bodies of Catherine his wife who died May the 5th 1751 aged 75 years. Catherine daughter of Benjamin and Catherine Cobb who died the 9th of the same month aged 3 years. Noted by Leland L. Duncan pre 1923

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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