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

William DOCKSEY  1760  St Mary's Church, Woodnesborough

On a black marble grave stone is: Under this Marble lieth the Body of William DOCKSEY Esqr. of Snellston in Darby-shire who married Sarah ye youngest Daughter of John CASON Esqr. of this Parish and one of his Majesties Justices of the Peace for this County, who departed this Life the 5th Day of April in the Year of our Lord 1760 aged 58 Years. Also Sarah, Relict of the above William DOCKSEY Esqr. who departed this Life the 10th Day of April 1774 aged 79 Years. Arms: Docksey, Ar. a Lion rampt. Az. over all a Bend gobonated, Or, & Gu. impal CASON. Crest: on a Chapeau, a Lions head eras’d charg’d with a pale. Noted by Zechariah Cozens about 1795

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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