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

Edward GOULSTONE  1666   St Nicholas Church, New Romney

Flat ??????? 3 crows erm? Under this stone lieth buried Edward GOULSTONE / Esquire sixth sone of John Goulstone of Widdall in ye county of Hertford Esquire one of ye Protonotaeries of / the Kings Bench at Westminster who tooke to wife / Joane ye daughter and heyre of Thomas Tookey of / this place Gentleman who lived in wedlocke one / one yeare and one month and had one only sone Edward / Like a phenix he resolved with ashes ye fifth day / of August in ye six and thirtyeth yeare of his age / and in ye twentyeth yeare of ye reigne of Kinge / Charles ye Second and in ye yeare of our Lord God / One thousand six hundred sixty and six /. Non hic in aeternum damnatus ressurgam iterum. / Here lyeth the body of Mrs Joan Goul- ston / late of Tutsham Hall in this county the / eldest daughter of Thomas Tookey of / New Romney Gentleman the widdow of ye above / named Edward Goulston Esquire who died / the 20thh of June 1699 aged 68 and left issue / Edward Goulston Esquire of Tutsham Hall/. Here lieth Jane widow of John Tookey Gentleman. She / died 2nd February 1759 aged 70 years and left one daughter / (viz) Elizabeth. Noted by Leland L. Duncan pre 1923

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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