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

Isaac TERRY  1754  Canterbury Cathedral




The medallion measures 23inch x 10½inch and is cut in relief on a bluish ledger stone, 78inch x 37½inch in the East side of the Cloisters.

Arms: On a pile gu a leopard’s head jessant de lis, or. a crescent for difference for TERRY. impaling a fesse dancettie, between three birds, two and one. Crest: On an esquire’s helmet a dragon’s head, erased, vert

Here lieth Interred the Body of Isaac TERRY, Gent. who departed this Life Septembr the 18th 1754. Aged 34 Years.

Note: Isaac Terry was the son of Abraham and Mary Terry and was born at Faversham. The Arms of Terry. Erm. On a pile, a leopard’s head jessant de lis. .Other also on two Monuments to members of the Terry family in the Church of St Mary of Charity, Faversham.

Rubbed April 16, 1920 by Nicholas Eyare Toke

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