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

 Johannes NASH   1717  All Saints Church, Maidstone

The medallion measures 28inch x 24inch and is cut in relief on a brown ledger stone which is greatly worn. It is situated in the south Aisle.

Arms: ... on a bend three cross crosslets ... impaling ... a fesse wavy ... between three Saracens’ heads couped below the shoulders ... Crest: a demi-lion rampant holding between the paws a lozenge.

Inscription almost illegible: Johannes NASH Generosus ... civis ... nensis ... [obit] ...Novembris Anno Domini MDCCXVII Aetatii LXX ...... Alice his Wife ..... WEEKES aged .... years. George {?} eldest son .... Mary Mason who .... in the 27th year if his age,

Rubbed July 28 1932 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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