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

Elizabeth PLUMMER  1705  All Saint's Church, Lydd

The medallion is 24½inch in diameter and is cut in relief on a blue marble ledger stone, 75inch x 39inch, situated in the Nave.

Arms: Az. two wings conjoined ar. a chief erm. for PLUMMER. Crest: A lions head erased holding in the mouth a rose, slipped.

Here lieth interr’d ye Body of Elizabeth ye Wife of Thos. PLUMMER of this Town who had issue by him 3 Sonns and 2 Daughters (viz) Tho. John, Samuel, Joane and Eliz. & left Surviving only Thos. John & Samuel. She departed this life the 8th Day of August 1705, Aged 29 Years. And ye said Samuel died the 20 of October following Aged 3 months. Also Here lyeth Buried the Body of Thomas Plummer, Gent, who died December 31st 1725 Aged 51 years. Here lieth also Mary and Jane by his second Wife. Her also lieth ye Body of Mary Second Wife of ye above Thomas Plummer who departed this life September ye 10th 1751. Aged 81 years.

Rubbed August 14, 1926 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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