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Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 14 -1882  pages 97
                               
APPLEDORE CHURCH. By the Rev. E. M. Muriel     Continued

Slab within the Altar Rails.
    Here lieth the body of Robert Combs, who was born the second day of January, 1635, and died the nineteenth day of March, 1694-5, and buried the 26th day of the same month.

Slab.
    In memory of Margaret Munk, wife of Jeffery Munk, Gent., who died the 14th of March, 1807, aged 81 years.

   Also in memory of Jeffery Munk, Gent., of this parish, who died October 14, 1817, in the eighty-sixth year of his age.
   In the North Chapel is a small tablet of dark stone now broken and used to stop up a fire-place, with this inscription:
   Philadelphia, the widow of Samuel Fremoult, and daughter of Samuel Crosswell, died April ye 21st 1754.

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