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

Caecilia FOTHERBY  1634  Canterbury Cathedral

The Arms are cut on the bevelled sides of a tomb on the south side of the Deanís Chapel. The oval measures 11inch x 10inch.

Arms: Gu. a cross of nine lozenges, at each end a fleur de lys or, for FOTHERBY impaling on a bend cotised three mullets of five points [for WALLER?].

Quae toro prius tumulo nunc adiacit societa dilecta coniugi suo Caecilia FOTHERBY Cantabrigiensis natu eximium, piae (dum vixit) vitae exemplar, et morum matrona vitam finiuit cum sabrato 19 Octob. 1634 Annos supra sex sexagenarian nobilis ac numerosae prolis. Mater & Avia placide in Deo dormiens et sabbatum mutans mortale hoc cum immortali in coelis desideratam fidelibus resurrectionem per Christum Jesum primitias. Resurgentium hic expectat.

Rubbed Sept 29, 1928 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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