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

Thomas OLIVE  1735  Rochester Cathedral

The medallion measures 26¾inch x 24inch and is cut in relief on a brown ledger stone 76inch x 37inch in the south Quire Aisle. The stone is much worn.

Arms: ... on a fesse ... between three lions passant ... as many estoiles ... (mullets?) ...impaling [azure] three lions [or] .. a chief [argent] for GRANT. Crest: ?

Here Lieth The Body of Hester late wife of Thomas OLIVE of this City Gent. And Daughter of the Rev. John GRANT, D.D. & Prebendary of this Cathedral. She Died the 26th of May 1735. Aged 38 years.

Rubbed July 1930 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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