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

Janae BURVILL  1722  St Dunstan's Church, West Peckham

The medallion measures 18½inch x 17¼inch and is cut in relief on a blue ledger stone, 78inch x 40inch within the altar rails.

Arms: A chevron erm. Between three bur-leaves for BURVILLE. [Burwell of Woodbridge, Suffolk , bore or, a chev. betw. three bur-leaves ppr] impaling [or] a lion ramp. [gu] for CHARLTON.

Subtus conduxtur reliquiae Janae BURVILL Georgii CHARLTON de Boxley in hoc comitatu Armigerii filiae et Henrici Burvill uxoris quae in .......perim ... cadem cum Infante recens natu est ... fate ... die Julii Anno humanae salutis 1722 aetatis suae 23. Uxor plauris [here follow 11 laudatory verses]. Ne tam laudabilis Famae memoria prossus perise. Hoc posuit monumentum Felix quondam maritus. Nunc maestisimus viduus Henricus Burvill. Hugus Parochiae Vicarius.

Rubbed July 1930 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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