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Thomas DENNE  1773  All Saints Church Church, Lydd

(Altar Tomb in rails with vault). On top: Thomas DENNE Esq., of Lydd d. 19 April 1773 aged 75. Elizabeth his wife d. 20 Dec. 1770 aged 62. Likewise 3 of their children. Also David Denne Esq., son of Thomas Denne who d. 8 Feb. 1819 aged 65. Katharine dau: of David Denne and Katharine his wife d. 27 July 1816 aged 52. Katharine widow of David Denne Esq., d. 2 Sept. 1859 aged 92.
Above are the Denne arms 3 leopards heads couped at the neck. On the North side of the Tomb: Louisa Katharine Denne d. 19 July 1865. East end: David Denne d. 3 Dec. 1861. South side: Alured Honywood Denne born 4 Oct. 1863 d. 21 Jan. 1865. West end: Louisa Anne Denne d. Sept. 26, 186-. Noted by Leland L. Duncan pre 1923

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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