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

 John PLUMMER  1703  St George Church, Canterbury

The medallion measures 24inch x22inch and is cut on a blue ledger stone 78inch x 39inch in the south aisle.

Arms: A chevron between 3 lions’ heads erased for PLUMMER impaling per fesse countercharged erm and three firs de Moline one and two ... in chief ... a lion passant, guardant, between two roses. Crest: a lion’s head, couped.

Under this stone is Interred the Body of John PLUMMER, Gent, who married Mary the Daughter of Thomas TURNER , Esq. By whom he had four Children, William, John, Hellen and Samuel. He died the 17th day of July, A.D. 1703, and in the 35th Year of his Age. Here lieth also the Body of Mary the Wife of the said John Plummer, who died the 27th day of June A.D. 1727, and in the 58th Year of her Age. Here also rest the Bodies of John Plummer, Gent, who died August the 15th A.D. 1732 Aged 37 Years and of Samuel Plummer, Gent, Attorney at Law of the Society of Clifford’s Inn, London who died June the 24th A.D. 1754 aged 52 Years. Sons of the said John & Mary.

Rubbed December 1927 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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