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

Catherina TAYLOR 1740  Canterbury Cathedral

The medallion measures 28inch x 27inch and is cut in relief on a blue gray ledger stone in the south west Transept in front of the gate to the Chapel of St Michael.

Arms: (Per bend) a lion ramp. double querred (Countercharged or and sa). For SYMPSON. Crest: An .ounces.. head ar. erased gu. ducally crowned or.

In eadem laetae Resurrectioris spe Hic requiesant Catherina TAYLOR, filia Nicolai SYMPSON Ntu Maxima Mater Mariae, Ioanni Sympson, nuptae. Et ex eo configio susceptae filiae Maria, et Catherina fungar niani Munere MDCCXXXX Johannes Sympson Armiger ob. 3 Jun. MDCCXLVIII (1740).

Rubbed Dec. 26, 1927 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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