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

Bryan Faussett  1750 St. Mary's Church, Nackington

On Another Flat Bl. Marble, with this Coat. [ľly 1&4). Or, a lion rampt. sa. debruised by a bend gobony gu. & arg. 2&3). Arg. 3 piles purp. on a canton sa. a lionís head erased or. In pretence (GODFREY): Sa. a Λ betw. 3 pelicansí heads erased or]. Here lieth The Body of Bryan FAUSSETT (B.F.ís father) Esq. of Heppington. He married Mary the Daughter & Heiress of Henry GODFREY Esq. of Heppington, By whom he left Issue 3 Sons, and 7 Daughters. He died the 19th Day of September 1750. Aged 60 Years. Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1758

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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