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Ledger Stones in Kent churches
1787 St Mary's Church, Chislet
The medallion measures 23½inch in diameter and is cut on a blue
ledger stone 80inch x 34inch underneath the tower.
Arms: In a lozenge, a fesse nebule between three lions rampant.
Crest: A lion’s gamb.
In Memory of Elizabeth SANKEY who died July 20 1787
Aged 81 years. She was Relict of Matthew Sankey of Harbledown &
Daughter of the Rev. Wm YOUNG Vicar of this Parish by Ann his Wife.
Rubbed July 10 1935 by Nicholas Eyare Toke
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