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

Edward DONNE 1745  Canterbury Cathedral

The medallion measures 23inch in diameter and is cut in relief on a blue marble ledger stone, 79˝inch x 42inch situated in the north Transept.

Arms: Az. A wolf salient, or, for DONNE impaling erm. on a bend sa. three goats’ heads erased, arg. for MULSO. Crest: a wolf’s head erased.

Edward DONNE, L.L.D. de Place-Court in Agro Salopiensi Hujus Ecclesiae Praebendarius et Parachiae Oium Sanctorum [in vico vocat Lombard Street] apud Londiensis Rector, Candidus, Benevolus, Beneficus Annum ageus 59m Obiit 15 Jan 1745 Superstis Uxor Anna Filia Thomae MULSO Armig. de Twywell in com. Northampt. H.M.P.C.

Rubbed March 27 1925 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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