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

Jane ROBERTS  1665  St Alphage Church, Canterbury

The shield measures 15⅛inch x 13⅜inch and is incused on a blue ledger stone 78inch x 27inch in the east end of the south aisle.

Arms: Three pheons for ROBERTS impaling [azure] on a fesse between three boars [argent] as many eagles, displayed [of the field] for BUNCE.

Here lyes interred ye Body of Dame Jane ROBERTS widow & relict of S. John Roberts Kt and daughter of Stephen BUNCE of Throwleigh, Gent. Shee departed this life ye 27 day of January Anno Domi 1665 & the 54 yeare of her age. [Here follow 6 lines of verse, almost illegible. The arms & inscription are very worn],

Rubbed Dec 28 1935 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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