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 Hester HAMMOND  1719  All Saints Church, Petham

[In a lozenge: HAMMOND]. Here lies interrd the Body of Hester Hammond, Daughter of Anthony Hammond, of St Albans, in the Parish of Nunnington, In this County Esq. by Ann his Wife, Daughter of Sir Dudley DIGGS, of Chilham Castle, in this County; Master of ye Rolls, and Privy Counsellor in ye Reign of KING CHARLES THE FIRST. She departed this Life ye 25th Day of May 1719. Aged 70 Years.  Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1756

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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