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

  Thomas PLUMMER  17??  St Dunstan's Church, Cranbrook

The medallion is cut on a grey stone altar tomb, the second from the north of those in the south west corner of the churchyard. It measures 22˝inch x 20⅜inch.

Arms: [Azure] two wings conjoined [argent], a chief ermine. Crest: A wolf’s (greyhound’s?) head erased, holding in its mouth the hilt of a sword (?).

To the Memory of Thomas PLUMMER of Milkhouse Street in this Parish. Son of Thomas Plummer Interr’d under the Tomb Stone next to that of the Father which is on the left side of this. He died March 19 .... Aged .. years. Near The Body lies that of Jane, His wife who died Decr the 29th 17.. Aged .. years. Like wise the Body of Thomas their son who died Novr the .. 1737 Aged .. years. Also the Body of Mary Daughter of the last mentioned Thomas and Susanna (sic) his wife who died in her Infancy. Also in Memory of Susannah Relict of the last mentioned Thos Plummer (she died Feby 11th .... Aged .. years.

Note: It is curious that the dates are left blank.

Rubbed March 31 1934 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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