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

  Thomas JORDAN  1734  St Dunstan's Church, Cranbrook

The medallion measures 28inch x 10inch and is cut on a grey altar tomb under a yew tree in the N.E. of the churchyard.

Arms: [Sa] an eagle displayed, in bend, between two cottises [ar] on a chief [or] three oak leaves [vert]. Crest: a flower, leaved and stalked.

Here lieth Interred the Body of Thomas JORDAN ... of this [Parish, Gent] who Departed this Life April the [first] 1734 [And also of Mary] his Wife [who died May 25] 1768 [Aged 81 Years].

Note: The inscription is so worn as to be almost illegible. The words in brackets have been supplied from Mr William TARBUTT’S "The Annals of Cranbrook Churchinch, published in 1873.

Rubbed March 31 1934 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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