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John Nutt 1668  St Mary's Church, Nackington 

South Chancel.  On a Flat Stone, with this Coat. [NUTT: ly of 6: 1,3,5). Az. a pheon or. 2,4,6). Erm]. M.S. Here resteth The Body of John Nutt Esq. who first married Anne, eldest Daughter of Sr. Edward MASTER, of East Langdon in this County, Knt. She died in ye Yeare 1641, and lies interrd at Chigwell in Essex; by her he had 9 Children, of which Edward, William, and Anne, only survived Him. He afterwards married Anne, eldest Daughter of John ALDRICH of Norfolke Esq. who survived him; by her he had only issue John. He died the 10th of Octob. Anno Dni. 1668. Aetatis suae 63.   Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1758

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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