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

Mary KNOWLER  1735  St Martin's Church, Herne

The medallion measures 23inchx 22inch and is cut in relief on a blue ledger stone in the Nave.

Arms: Erm. on a bend cotised, sa. a lion passant, guardant, of the field, crowned, or, for KNOWLER impaling or, three crescents gu. for MONINS. Crest: A demi-heron with wings expanded, arg. issuing out of reeds, vert.

Stephen KNOWLER late of ys Parish, Gent. died Sepr 19th 1675. Aged 55. Here lieth the Body of Mary the wife of Mr Stephen Knowler of ye City Canterbury Chirurgeon son of ye above sd Stephen Knowler Gent. She was the Daughter of Wm MONINS, latge of Dover, Esq. and died Octr 2nd 1735 Aged 83 years. Also here lieth the above sd Mr Stepn Knowler, Chirurgeon who died Nov 7 1737 Aged 88 years.

Rubbed Dec 20 1924 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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