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

Elizabeth BRODERIP  1751  Canterbury Cathedral

 

The medallion is 21inch in diameter and is cut in relief on a bluish grey ledger stone 77inch x 38Ĺinch and is in the Cloisters on the east side.

Arms: Ermine on a pile a leopardís face jessant de lis impaling a chevron between three covered cups for TERRY.

Here lieth the Body of Elizabeth the Wife of the Rev. Wm BRODERIP Minor Canon of this Church who died April 19th 1751 Aged 35. And likewise the Rev. Wm Broderip Minor Canon who died April 17 1764 aged 55. Wm Broderip died June 3 1779. Aged 26. Elizabeth Broderip died Aug 8th 1774. Aged 30 Years. Jane Broderip Relict of the Rev. William Broderip died Augst 10th 1778. Aged 67 Years.

Note: Mr Broderipís first wife was Elizabeth Terry of Canterbury.

Rubbed April 14 1928 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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