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In The Chancell.
Index of Names and Places
1. On a Monument on the N. Wall. Hic situs est Vir Reverendus Pastor hujus
Ecclesiae dignissimus Henricus WADDELL Naturâ, facili, modesta, fideli; Moribus
bonis, simplicibus, incorruptus; In Clerici Munere obenndo, sedulus ac vigilans;
Legis Christianae, quam peritè explicabat, Cultor ipse studiosus: cum quâ, ut
et aliorum Mores congruerent, et sui summâ non sine Voluptate, laboravit. Nec,
sanè, absimilem Vitae Rationem instituit Vir ille egregius, ac piè munificus
Robertus WYBORNE; cujus copiosissimâ in hanc Vicariam Largitione, primus Hic
idq dignissimè fruebatur. Par, enim, in utroque, Numinis Reverentia. Par erat
promovendae Pietatis, Cura. Fas, igitur, sit, carissima eorum Nomina, simul ac
Landes in Posteritatis Exemplum Hoc Marmore eodem, commemorare. Obijt 16 Julij
1729. Aetat: 41.
2. One flat stone without Inscription.
In The North Chancell.
3. On a Flat Stone. Here lieth interred The Body of John RAYNOLDS the elder,
Yeoman, who died the 14th Day of December Anno Dom. 1630.
In The South Isle.
4. On an Altar Tomb, against The South Wall. Here lyeth The Body of Ann HOUGHAM,
Daughter of Edward JOY – who died A.D. 1677 Anno Aetatis 55.
5. On a Flat Stone. Here lieth The Body of Michael HOUGHAM, Son of Henry Housham
who died A.D. 1679. Anno Aetatis 61.
6. This Church consists of the Great, and North, Chancells; The Body, and 2 Side
Isles. In the Steeple, which stands at the West End of the Body, hang 5 Bells,
all made by R. PHELPS, 1712.
In The Church Yard.
7. Altar Tombs, for HARISON, 1676 AND 1678. PEMBROKE of Canterbury 1731 and
1752. PETT 1657 – and 2 Others, wch. seem very anct. without Inscription.
Headstones, etc. for ALLEN, ANDREW, BROWN, ELSTED, JOHNSON, KNIGHT, MOOR,
PARAMORE, RICHARDSON, SHRUBSOLE, WIDGMAR and WRAITH.
8. This Church was dedicated to St. Mildred. It is in the Patronage of the
Church of Canterbury.
9. The present Vicar is The Revd. Mr Peter VALAVINE 1760.
10. In a Gravel Pit, in this Parish, near Golder’s Bridge, some Silver Coins,
as Harris informs us, were found by one TIDDEMAN, a Quaker … but he does not
say, of what sort, or when they were discover’d.