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

 William WESTON 1800's?  St Dunstan's Church, Cranbrook

The medallion measures 20inch x 17˝inch and is cut on a grey stone altar tomb on the east side of the churchyard opposite the Vestry.

Arms: [Or] three lions’ heads erased [gules] crowned, or. Crest: A leopard’s head couped, rising out of a coronet.

In a Vault under this stone are deposited the remains of William WESTON, Gent. of Upper Wilsley in this Parish. He departed this life March 13th Aged 36 years. .................. Also of Frederick Bowles Weston the youngest son who died March 13th 1816 Aged 13 years.

Note: The middle portion of this inscription is worn away.

Rubbed March 31 1934 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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