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

 Edmd GREGORY  1682  Rochester Cathedral

The medallion measures 18⅛x 16⅝ and is cut in relief on a blue ledger stone 82inch x 44inch in the Lady Chapel.

Arms: Or, two bars az: in chief a lion passant of the last for GREGORY impaling az. a chevron erm: betw. three boars’ heads, couped, or, for ROBSON

In hope of a joyful resurrection to eternall glory here lye interred ye bodys of Edmd GREGORY of Rochester, Gentn younger son of Edmond Gregory, whilst he lived of Bragington in the County of Warwick Esqr and of Ann his loving and beloved wife daughter of Robert ROBSON whilst he lived of Little Chilton in ye county Palatine of Duresm Esqr. They had issue two sons and three daughters, viz: Henry, Edwd, Katherine Elizabeth and Ann. Whereof only the said Edwd now survives. She dyed first the 26th October 1678 and he dyed the 20th November 1682. Pietatio ergo posult hoc illorum obser... Filius. Here lyes interr’d Mrs Elizabeth Gregory wife of Mr Edwd Gregory who departed this life the 8th of December 1728. Aged 37.

Rubbed July 1930 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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