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

Lady Tufton MOUNTAGU  1712  Canterbury Cathedral

The medallion is 21inchin diamtger and is cut in relief on a blue ledger stone, 78inch x 37½inch in the north Transept.

Arms: Quarterly 1 and 4, arg. three fusil in fesse, gu. within a bordure, sa. for MOUNTAGU. 2 and 3 or, an eagle displayed vert beaked and ? gu over all an inescutcheon for MONTHERANER impaling az. on a chief, or, three martlets in fesse, gu. for WRAY of Ashby, Lincs. LOOK UP NAME

Sub hoc Marmore jacet Corpus Honoratissimae Faemure? Duae Tufton MOUNTAGU uxoris percharissimae Jacobi Mountagu Equitis Aurati Nuper Attornati Generalis Serenissimae Reginae Annae obiit Sexto die Septembris Anno Dni MDCCXII (1715).

Note: Tufton Mountagu was the daughter of Sir William WRAY of Ashby, Bt. and married Sir James Mountagu, 6th son of George Mountagu of Horton by Eliabeth d. of Sir Anthony IRBY.

Rubbed March 27 1925 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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