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Anne TENISON  1750  Canterbury Cathedral

The medallion is 23inch in diameter and is cut in relief on a blue marble ledger stone, 80inch x 39inch situated on the north side of the Cloisters.

Arms: A bend engrailed between three leopardsí heads, ducally crowned, for TENISON, impaling a fern embattled, counterembattled between three birds. [Dr Thomas Tenison, Archbishop of Canterbury 1694 gave: Three leopardsí heads jessant de lys, over all a bend engr].

Here lyes the body of Anne TENISON Widow of Dr Edward Tenison late Bishop of Ossory in Ireland formerly Prebendary of this Church. She died the 8 Day of April 1750 in the 75th year of her Age.

Rubbed February 6, 1926 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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