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

 Sir John HONYWOOD  1652  St James's Church, Elmsted

Dignissimus Vir. D. John HONYWOOD de Elmsted, Eques Auratus; Filius & Haeres D. Tho. Honeywood Equitis Aurati, juxta *Unicam charissimam Conjugem Mariam, hic in Domino obdormit. Novem omnino Liberorum, septem Superstitum (*See her Epitaph, No. 40) Edvardi, Gulielmi, Johannis, Elisabetha, Mariae, Janae et Katharinae, nec non plurimorum Orphanorum, prudens, providus, et indulgens Pater. Qui, erga Deum, sincera Religione; erga Patriam, summo Studico et Amore; in gravissimis Justitiae Negotijs, indefessa Judustria; inter Proximos Pacis et Unitatis, fideli Conciliatione; et erga Pauperes, Annica Miseratione; pientissime patrissabat. Natus. Dec. 27 1584. Denatus Nov. 24 1652. Aetatis suae 68. Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1757

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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