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

Judith HUNT 1773  Canterbury Cathedral

The medallion is 22inch in diameter and is cut in relief on a blue marble ledger stone 79inch x 39inch in the south west Transept, 7th from the south wall.

Arms: gu. on a fesse between three cinquefoils or, a lion passant of the field, for HUNT impaling ar. three covered cups, sa. for NOWELL.

Here lieth interr’d ye Body of Judith HUNT, widow of Nicholas Hunt, late of ye City of Canterbury, Gent. and Daugr of Peter NOWELL of Sandwich, Gent. She died March the 26th A.D. 1733. Aged 77 years, having had issue by ye said NicholasHunt 8 chidlren, 3 of which, viz: Nicholas, Judith, & Mary lie interr’d also here.

Rubbed March 27 1925 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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