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

 Anna BLOMER  1711  All Saints Church, Maidstone

The medallion is 24inch in diameter and is cut in high relief on a greyish blue ledger stone 78inch x 43inch.

Arms: Gu. an inescutcheon ar charged with a lion ramp of the first within a bordure or, over all an inescutcheon bearing a fesse in chief a mullet (?) between two lions’ (?) heads couped. Crest: a tiger sejeant vert. ducally gorged, chained, reflexed on the back, or.

Within the vault are deposited the remains of Mrs Anna BLOMER, wife of Anthony Blomer Esqr, one of His Majesty’s Justices of the Peace of this county. She died the 19th of April 1770 Aged 35 years. Also of Mary Blomer their daughter who died the 12th of September 1760 Aged 10 weeks and 3 days. Also of the above named Anthony Blomer who died the 5th of January 1784 Aged 52 years. Also of Isaac Mason TEALE his grandson who was born the 14th of April 1785 and died the 28th of May following. Also of George Farbrace TEALE Esqr A Major in the Army, another grandson who died the 17th of January 1827 Aged 41 years.

Rubbed July 1930 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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