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Gervaise CARTWRIGHT  1721  St Nicholas Church, Ash near Sandwich

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

In a Vault in This Chancell lieth interred The Body of Mrs Eliz. CARTWRIGHT, Widow, who departed this Life Dec. 2 1713. As also of Gervas Cartwright Esq. her only Son, who died Apr. 6 1721. And Mrs Eleanor and Mrs Anne Cartwright, her Daughters, who died ye one, Jan. 20, the other Feb. 19 1721/2. At their Desires this Chancell was beautyfied and adorned; and, by their Order a Charity School was erected in this Parish, and munificently endowed forever. Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1760

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