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

Edward RUMSEY  1731  St Peter & St Paul Church, Eythorne

On a Flat Stone, with this Coat. (¼ly. of 6, in 2nd & 5th, a cinquefoil imp. A chevn. charged with 3 crescents betw. 3 lions’ paws). Here lies Edward Son of Captaine Edy RUMSEY of Orickhowell in Brecknockshire, by Eliz. his Wife, Daughter of Majr. HARVEY, late of this Parish. His exemplary Piety, Numerous Vertues lively Parts and close Application, made his Parents hope he would prove an Ornament to his Country, as well as Family. But, to their unspeakable Loss, he died at Westminster School, May 6 1718. Aged 18. Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1750's

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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