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

 Ann HAFFENDEN  1725  St Nicholas Church, New Romney

A roman lamp alight lion passant Here lieth ye body of Ann the wife of William HAFFENDEN who departed this life February the 1st 1725 aged 44 years. Here also lieth ye body of William Haffenden who departed this life March the 21st 1734 aged 52 years. He left issue by Ann his wife one son and 2 daughters viz George, Ann and Elizabeth. And also the body of George son of William Haffenden who departed this life February the 12th 1761 aged 45 years. He left issue 3 children (viz) Catherine, John and Ann.   Noted by Leland L. Duncan before 1923

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes missing from KAS Library


Picture taken July 2015 by Pam Connell

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