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Anne COBB  1794   St Nicholas Church, New Romney

In the centre aisle near litany desk:- Flat. A large stone. Chev between 3 cocks Here ies the body of Anne COBB youngest daughter of Benjamin and Catherine Cobb. She died May the 18th 1794 aged 43 years. Charles third son of Benjamin Cobb Esquire and Anne his wife. He was First Lieutenant of HMS Castillan and killed by a cannon shot in action with the first flotilla off Bologne 21st September 1811 aged 23 years Noted by Leland L. Duncan pre 1923

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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