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

Thomas CUTHBERT  1700  Rochester Cathedral

The medallion is 26inch in diameter and is cut in relief on a blue ledger stone 78inch x 39inch in the south Transept.

Arms: Ar. on a fesse gu, three cross-crosslets, fitche of the field. Crest: ?Party per fesse a lionís head erased, the upper part guttie de ..... the lower part ...

Hic Situs est Thomas CUTHBERT Armiger. Thomae Cuthbert tribune militum Filius Quem Infantem Londinium Juvenem Cantabrigia videt. Qui Collegii Christi et Templi Interioris Alumnus fuit. Justitiae Cultor Amicorum integerrimusObiit Decimo Die Aprilis Anno Dom. 1700. Anno Aetatis 32. Hic etiam jacetTho. Cuthbert Tribunus mil supra memoratis qui obit 15 7bris Anno Dom. 1700 Aetatit 62.

Rubbed July 1930 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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