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

Elizabethae STYLE  1668  St Dunstan's Church, West Peckham

The achievement measures 20˝inch x 17⅝inch and is incised on a greyish blue ledger stone 68inchx 34inch in the Chancel within the altar rails.

Arms: Quarterly (1) Sa. a fesse or, fretty of the first, betw. three fleurs-de-lis of the second, all within a bordure of the last. STYLE of Wateringbury and Langley, Kent. (2) a wolf passant. (3) a mullet of 5 points between portcullis fesse ways (4) On a chevron three billets between three goats’ heads impaling a lion ramp. Debruised by a fesse on which is crescent for difference betw four stars of five rays issuing from a crescent

Hic tumulatum jacet corpus Elizabethae STYLE uxoris Gulielmi Style interioris Temple London armigeri quae peperit eidem Gulielmo Septem liberos Quinq filius filias a duas e quibus filium unum humfredu puaso filias Mariam et Hester reliquit superstites in cuius memoriam hoc amoris sui testimonium maritus eius muestissimus hic locari curavit expiravit secundo die Januarii Anno Domini 1668. Aetatis suae 48.

Rubbed July 1930 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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