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

William HENMAN  1743  St Peter & St Paul Church, Charing

Arms: A lion rampant between three lozenges; impaling Semee de lis a lion rampant….[Hic requiesc]…unt Exuviae/ ….mi HENMAN/….stone generosi/ in cugus memoriam/ Maria Illi conjux charissioma/ Georgii POOLE/ hujusce Villae generosi/ Filia natu minima/ monumentum hoe posuit dedicavit/ obiit maii Anno Salut 174-/ Aetatis 5(?9). [Register : William HENMAN buried 13th May 1743, of Maidstone, Gent.] (Hasted gives his age as 52.) Noted by Leland L. Duncan 1920

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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