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

Sampson PEIRCE  1692  St Peter & St Paul Church, Charing

Arms: a bend wavy between two unicorns heads erased (Peirce of Canterbury), impaling a bend plain between two cotises engrailed (Whitfeld). Here lieth ye body of Sampson PEIRCE of this parish, Gent, who married Roberta ye daughter of Mr John WHITFEILD OF Canterbury by whom he had three sons, John , George and Sampson, ye two latter did not long survive him and are here interred. Obijt October 10th An: Aetat 37, Salutis 1692. Noted by Leland L. Duncan early 1920's.

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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