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

Johannes AUCHER  1700  Canterbury Cathedral

The medallion measures 18½inch in diameter and a cut in relief on a blue ledger stone in the south west Transept.

Arms: Erm. on a chief az. Three lions ramp, or, armed and langued gu. A crescent for difference.

Johannes AUCHER S.T.P. Qui ob Fidem Deo Ecclesiae et Regi Egregie Praestitam Cum Reduce Carolo Secundo Admissus est; Quem ultra 40 Annos Excoluit et Redditus Annos 80 Librarum Viduis Clericorum Alendis In perpetuam Reliquit Obijt 12 Martii A.D. 1700 Aetat 82.

Rubbed April 5, 1930 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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