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

William MAUNDY 1790  St Mary & St Clement Church, Sandwich

The medallion measures 21inch x 14inch and is cut in relief on a blue ledger stone, 79inch x 44½inch in the north Aisle.

Arms: ..... between three bars – 10 wolves (?) passant, 3,3,3,1. Crest: A brass head erased and erect.

Beneath this stone lie deposited the remains of Mr William MAUNDY Mercht of this Town who died 6th Feb 1790, aged 69 years. Also of Mary his Wife, who died 2d Novr 1756, aged 36 Years, leaving Issue one Daughter Katherine, Wife of Mr Samuel HARVEY, Brewer, of this Town, who from her dutiful & affectionate regard placed this Marble over the sacred relics of her deceased Parents. Also to the Memory of Mrs Susannah Maundy, Mother of the above mentioned Mr Willm Maundy & Wife of Mr Richard Maundy, Gent, who lies Interred near this Place.

Rubbed Dec 30, 1932 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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