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

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

The medallion measures 22½inch x 20inch and is cut on a grey stone altar tomb in the south west corner of the churchyard, the third altar tomb from the north.

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

Here lies Interred the Body of Samuel son of Thomas PLUMMER, Gentleman of Milkhouse Street in this Parish. He departed this life June the 6th in the 37th year of His Age. Near this place lie also the Bodies of Richard and John other Sons of the said Thomas Plummer who Died in their Infancy.

Rubbed March 31, 1934 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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