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 Henry THOMSON  1727  All Saints Church, Petham

Flat Stone In The Body of The Church with ye Arms of THOMSON. On ye North Side of This Stone under ye Pew, lies the Body of Henry Thomson of Kenville in this Parish, Son of John Thomson Esq, and Frances his Wife, Daughter of Robert Thomson of Royton Chapell in this County. He departed this Life October ye 10th 1737 (should be 1727 Toke). Aged 73 Years. Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1758

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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