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

Rev John THOMPSON  1661  St Peter & St Paul Church, Eythorne

On a black marble slab, in the middle of the chancel: Hic jacet Johanes THOMPSON twius Ecclesiae rector a plurimis equestribus familos oriundus reliquit unicam ex Barbara COLDINGA filiam Dorotheam Johanni Farnabio Doctissimi Farnaby filio enuptam obiit Aetatis suae 57 in 21 Octobris an. Dom. 1661. Debita pauperibus suevit persolvere laetus Justiciae et larga cistam aperire manu Imperio mentis mammon se subdidit altae Subscripsitq animo dextra benigna pio Hospitio exceptus fuerat vicinus at ille Nunc vera in patria gratior hospes adest. Arms: Thomson impaling a chev. betw. three annulets. Crest: Thomsonís. Noted by Zechariah Cozens about 1795

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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