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

William BENTLEY  1719  St Peter & St Paul Church, Buckland near Dover

In Memory of William BENTLEY of Deal in this County who departed this Life the 28th day of Sept. 1719 aged 59 Years. Also of Sarah his Wife who departed this Life the 14th of October 1738 aged 72 Years. Also of Captain Thos. BENTLEY, Son of the above William Bentley and Sarah his Wife who departed this Life the 16th of March 1739/40 aged 38 Years. Also of Edward BAKER Esquire who was a Rear Admiral of his Majesties Navy. He married Sarah, Daughter of the above William Bentley and Sarah his Wife. He departed this Life the 31st of August 1731 aged 64 Years. Also of Elizabeth Bentley, Daughter of the above William and Sarah Bentley who departed this Life the 23d. of June 1763 aged 57 Years. Also of Sarah, Widow of the said Edward Baker Esquire, who departed this Life the 19th day of February 1769 aged 77 Years. Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1759

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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