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Benenden TQ8033

 Church of St George
149.
(Inserted in east wall of south aisle a Coat of Arms). Near this place lieth the body of Edmund GIBBON, who died January 1727 aged 53 and Sarah, his wife, who died June 1751 aged 75. They had three sons and two daughters. The surviving are Sarah who married Samuel PLUMER of Sedlescomb in Sussex, gent, who also lies in a vault near. Francis, who married the daughter of Samuel STILEMAN of Otford in Kent, gent. Here lieth the body of Francis Gibbon of Cranbrook who departed this life February the 20th 1756 aged 53 years.

Picture taken Oct 2004 by Pam Connell

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