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

Henry Godfrey   1718   St Mary's Church, Nackington

On a Flat Black Marble, with this Coat. [GODFREY (3.16, Wye) imp. A fesse betw. 3 rings]. Here lieth the Body of Henry GODFREY of Heppington, Esq. Heir of Sr. Thomas Godfrey of The same. He married Catherine ye Daughter of The Revd. Doctor Thomas PITTIS Rector of St. Botolph Bishops Gate, London; by Whom he had 2 Daughters; Catherine, who died March 12 1702/3. And Mary who survived. He died Dec. 24 1718. In The 43d. Year of his Age. (added). (*On The same Stone, added on My honouríd Motherís Death. On the South Side of this Stone, lieth the above mentioned Catherine, Relict of Henry Godfrey, of Heppington, Esq. She died Oct. 25 1726, aged (blank) Years. And Under this Stone, in the same Grave with her Father, lieth the Body of the above mentioned Mary, Daughter, and sole Heiress, of Henry Godfrey, Esq. of Heppington, in this Parish, and Relict of Bryan FAUSSETT Esq. of the same. She died May 23 1761 in the 62d. Year of her Age. We know, that our Redeemer liveth!).   Noted by Rev Bryan Faussett 1758

Nicholas Eyare Toke notes awaiting full transcription

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