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

Richard GILLOW  1725  St Mary's Church, Woodnesborough

On a Flat Stone, with this Coat. [A lion rampt. on a chief 3 crowns [Error for f. de lys] (GILLOW) imp. Arg. a lion rampt. sa (JENKIN) (these words added, as I think)]. Here lies interred the Body of Richard GILLOW, of this Parish, Gent. who died Nov. 25 1725 in the 71st Year of his Age. Also Margaret his Wife who died Aug. 14 1709 in the 53d. Year of her Age. They had Issue 9 Sons, and 3 Daughters, whereof surviving the last but six; namely, Thomas, Jenkin, Elis. Richard, Francis, and Margaret. Here lieth also the Body of Richard Gillow of this Parish, Gent. who departed this Life the 20th of Oct. 1750 in ye 66th Year of his Age. Noted by Zechariah Cozens about 1795

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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