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Mary OCKMAN  1732  St Pancras Church, Coldred

On Another, with this Coat.     (Gu. a fesse between 3 crescents or imp. A fesse dancety between 3 roundels [no tinctures]).Here lyes The Body of Mrs Mary OCKMAN, wife of Captn. William Ockman of Deale, and Daughter of Captn. Stephen PILCHER of this Parish, she departed this Life the 18th Day of July 1732. Aged 68 Years. Here also lieth interr’d the Body of The Abovesaid Captain William Ockman who departed this Life the 4th Day of July 1740. Aged 70 years. Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1758

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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