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The arms of Southouse also occur on a mural monument to Henry Southouse of Faversham, who died 9 October 1766, aged


37. Arms.-Argent, on a bend engrailed between two bendlets sable, a crescent or, for WHITFIELD; impaling, Argent, two bars sable, and a canton or. Crest.-Out of an earl's coronet a bull's (?) head or, collared gules (?) Motto.-" Fides est gloria mea."

This coat of arms is on a mural monument to Josiah Whitfield of Faversham, who died 4 May 1746, aged 44 years. Also to Lucy wife of Josiah Whitfield, who died 31 January 1775, aged 74 years. Hadarezer their grandson died 15 April 1787, aged 30 years. The monument also commemorates Lucy White, who died 16 January 1794, aged 51 years, and Sarah Whitfield of New Romney (mother of Hadarezer Whitfield), who died 26 May 1818, aged 86 years. John Whitfield caused the momument to be erected.

38. Arms.-A fess, over all, on a mount, an oak tree fructed, for WATSON. Crest.-An arm embowed habited, the hand grasping a broken arrow.

This shield occurs on a slab to the memory of Mary Watson, daughter of John Watson, hoyman, of Faversham, and Elizabeth his wife; she died 3 September 1721, aged 6 years and 6 months.

39. Arms.-Vert, a griffin segreant or, on a canton gules a fleur-delis of the second, for CULLEN.

This coat occurs on a mural monument put up by John Gillow in A.D. 1679 to the memory of Mark Cullen, Jurat of Faversham. The Cullen Arms also occur on a slab to Mark Cullen, Jurat and some time Mayor of Faversham, who died 2 November 1678, in his 56th year. He married Elizabeth eldest daughter of John Knowler, Jurat and thrice Mayor of Faversham, and had issue John, Mary Abigail, Elizabeth, Anne, Susanna, Mark, and Sarah. His wife died 6 August 1697, aged 70 years.

40. Arms.-Barruly, on a canton an orle.

41. Arms.-Paly, a mascle voided and flory.

These coats of arms occur on the brass of Henry Pay, Armiger, who died in 1419. Henry Pay, or rather Harry Pay as he was called, appears, from Mr. Burrows's account of the Cinque Ports (Historic Town Series), to have been a great naval hero in the time of Henry IV. We are told he assisted in the capture of a French squadron off Milford Haven, and in 1407 at the head of the Cinque Ports Fleet, he succeeded in making an immense capture, no less than 120 ships laden with iron, salt, and wine. He was buried in Faversham in 1419.

42. Arms.-On a fess between three griffins' heads erased as many mullets. Crest.-A dragon.

This coat is on a brass to Zutphania Wood, late wife of John Wood the younger of Faversham, Gent., and daughter to the Right Worshipful Sir Christopher Clyve, Knight, buried at Zutphen in Gelderland, and died in childbed the 26 October 1635, aged 19 years, leaving one daughter called Zutphania.

43. Arms. A chevron between three farm-yard cocks, for COBB. Crest. Out of a ducal coronet a demi leopard.

This coat is on a slab to the memory of Henry Cobb of Faversham, who died 5 February 1772, aged 61, leaving issue by Mary his first wife, Elizabeth, and by Elizabeth his second wife, Sarah, Henry, and John. The slab also commemorates Sarah daughter of the above Henry Cobb, who died 12 May 1785, aged 23 years. 44. Arms.-On a fess between three pelicans as many roundels. Crest. A sinister arm embowed in armour holding a . . . . This coat is on a slab to the memory of Mary Power, wife of John Power of Faversham, and daughter of James and Elizabeth Pearce, Gent., of Bristol. She had two sons John and James, who died in their infancy. She died 5 November 1676, and in her 50th year. The slab is also to the memory of John Power of Faversham, who died 3 May 1680, aged 49 years, who had last to wife Ann, daughter of William Buckle, of London, Gent.

A certain Pearce Power, Esq., married Elizabeth Boyle, sister of the first Earl of Cork.

45. Arms.-Quarterly: 1 and 4, A lion passant-guardant crowned between two cotises, for KNOWLER (?); 2 and 3, CASLOCKE; In pretence, a lion rampant, on a chief three escallops. This coat of arms is on a slab to John Knowler, Esq., Recorder of Canterbury and of the Corporation of Faversham. He was Town Clerk of Faversham from 1655 to 1664. He died 7 July 1763, aged 69 years. He married a daughter of John Russell, Gent., of Hawkhurst in co. Kent, by whom he had two daughters Ann and Mary.

46. Arms. A fess dancettée between three cherubs. Crest.-On a mount a hart lodged.

This shield in brass is affixed to a slab to the memory of Nicholas Ady of Faversham, Gent., who died 27 July 1637, aged 63 years, and had issue, by Jane his first wife four daughters, and by Alice his second wife one son.


48. Arms.-Barry nebulé of six, on a chief quarterly: 1 and 4, A lion of England; 2 and 3, Two roses fesswise for MERCHANT ADVENTURERS.

49. Badge.-A dolphin embowed and this merchant's

These arms, badge, and mark (47, 48, and 49), occur on the brass of Henry Hatch, who died in 1533. Mr. Hatch was a benefactor to the church and town,

and lived in a house in the market-place facing down Court Street. The brass also commemorated Sir Henry Amcotts, L.M. of London, Master of the Fishmongers' Company.

50. Arms.-Azure, four fusils in fess argent.

51. Arms. Per pale gules and azure, a griffin segreant argent, on a chief ermine three lozenges azure.

These two coats (50 and 51) are in a window to the memory of William Chafy, Vicar of Faversham 1778 to 1780.

52. Arms.-Argent, a saltire gules between in chief three garbs, in the flanks two mullets, and in base a boar's head, all sable (?), for ; impaling, Gules (?), on a bend argent

three crosses patée fitchée of the field.

This coat of arms occurs on a mural monument to Thomasin wife of James Lawson, Gent., and niece of Stephen and Mary Everard, who died 23 December 1781, aged 79 years.

53. Arms.-On a fess between three eaglets displayed, as many crescents. Crest.-A demi eagle displayed, for TASSELL.

This coat of arms occurs on a slab to the memory of Arthur Tassell, late of Hamestall in the parish of Faversham, eldest son of James Tassell of Norton in the co. of Kent, Gent., who died 2 November 1717, in his 45th year. Also to Richard Tassell, son of Arthur Tassell, by Mary his wife, died 2 December 1707, aged 2 years and 2 months. Also to Edward Plott Rigden, who died 17 April 1776 aged 31 years.

54. Arms.-Or, on a canton gules, an eagle displayed of the field, for JACOB. On a shield of pretence, Azure (?), a lion rampant within an orle of crosslets.

This coat occurs on a mural monument to the memory of Edward Jacob, Esq., F.S.A., a native of Canterbury, who died 26 November

(?), aged 75 years. By his first wife Margaret daughter of John Rigden of Canterbury, Esq., he had no issue; by his second wife Mary only daughter of Stephen Long of Sandwich, Esq., he had eleven children, six died in infancy and five survived him, viz., Edward, Stephen Long, John, Anne (married to Thomas Bridges of St. Nicholas's in Thanet, Esq.), and Mary. Mary the second wife of Edward Jacob died 7 March 1805, aged 80 years.

55. Arms.-JACOB, with shield of pretence as in No. 54.

This is on a mural monument to Edward Jacob, Esq., eldest son of Edward Jacob, F.S.A., of Faversham, died 27 January 1839, in his 83rd year, and was buried at Ospringe.

56. Arms.-Argent, a chevron between three horses' heads erased
gules, for BECKWITH (?). Crest.-An antilope trippant, in his
mouth a branch of .... Motto.-" Joir en bien.'
This coat occurs on a mural monument to the memory of
Edward Beckwith, Esq., of the family of Beckwith in the county of
York, Collector of his Majesty's Customs in Faversham 40 years,
resigning in 1763, and died 31 October 1763.

The same coat of arms occurs on a mural monument to Mary wife of Edward Beckwith, Collector of his Majesty's Customs; who died 4 February 1740-1, in her 41st year.

57. Arms. Or, a lion rampant, and in chief two others passant azure, for TAPPENDEN; impaling BECKWITH. Crest.-A demi-eagle's head couped and collared, wings adorsed (?).

This coat of arms occurs on a mural monument to the memory of Mary Frances daughter of Edward Beckwith, Esq., and wife of James Tappenden, Gent., who died 14 September 1771, in her 27th year. 58. Arms.-Argent, on a chevron sable between three elephants' heads erased gules, as many mullets of the field (?); impaling, Sable, a chevron between three talbots passant or (?). Crest. A dove holding in its mouth an olive branch.

This coat of arms is on a mural monument to Martha wife of George Smith of Faversham, Gent., and daughter of Roger Keigwin, late of Deptford in county Kent, Gent., and Martha his wife. She died 30 May 1779, aged 56 years, leaving one daughter, married to Rev. A. Stephens, Rector of Goodnestone. George Smith the above died 6 February 1791, aged 69 years.

59. Arms.-Argent, on a bend azure cotised wavy sable, three mullets of the field.

This coat of arms occurs on two mural monuments and possibly a third, on this last the shield is illegible, the crest appears to be an arm embowed holding a club (?).

The persons commemorated by these monuments are:

Thomas Buck, Gent., of Faversham, Town Clerk for 40 years, who died 10 February 1779, in his 70th year.

Elizabeth first wife of Thomas Buck, who died 14 May 1751, aged 37 years.

Susannah second wife of Thomas Buck, who died 2 July 1761, aged 44 years.

Effield third wife of the above Thomas Buck, who died 10 May 1795, aged 76 years.

Thomas Buck, Esq., Barrister, son of Thomas and Susannah Buck, who died 26 January 1801, aged 39 years.

Susannah Buck and her twin sister Martha Buck. Susannah died 13 February 1823, aged 71 years. Martha, the last surviving child of Thomas Buck, Gent., died 21 March 1831, aged 80 years.

Mary wife of John Toker, Esq., of The Oaks, Ospringe, died 3 March 1814. John Toker died 9 August 1817.

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60. Arms. An eagle displayed, with two heads, in middle chief a mullet, for JOHN BOYVILLE (?)

This coat occurs on a slab to John de Boyville, Esq., who died 11 August 1730, aged 48 years.

61. Arms.-Barry of six or and azure, in chief three escallops gules. Crest. An escallop gules.

This coat is on a mural monument to Richard Hazard, Esq., F.R.S., who died 21 September 1784, aged 75 years. Mary Hazard his sister died 9 June 1727, aged 10 years.

62. The coat is illegible, but the crest is a lion's jamb erased fesswise, holding erect a fleur-de-lis.

This bearing is on a mural monument to the memory of Richard Iles, late citizen and sailmaker of London.

This gentleman is said to have left money to keep the ironwork of his tomb oiled. (See Lewis's History of Faversham.)

63. Arms.-Sable, two chevronels between three roses argent, for WELLER.

This coat occurs on a mural monument to the memory of Ann wife of Captain Weller of Faversham. She died 16 June 1741, aged 54 years, and left issue one daughter, who married Mr. Edward Norwood of Ashford. Captain Edward Weller died 21 July 1762, aged 84 years.

63. Arms.-A lion rampant debruised by a bend, for LUKYN (?). Crest.-A demi-lion rampant.

This coat occurs on a mural monument to Robert Lukyn, Esq., who died 28 April 1843, aged 73 years. Also to his two sisters, Mary Lukin, died 10 September 1843, aged 73 years, and Ann Lukyn, the last member of the family, died 28 January 1852, aged 84 years.

64. Arms.-Barry nébulé of eight argent and azure, on a bend gules, a lion passant guardant or, for the COMPANY OF HABERDASHERS or HURRIERS.

No inscription occurs on the slab with this coat of arms, but there is a badge formed of a gloved hand holding a hawk belled, and there a merchant's mark thus:


65. Arms.-Quarterly: 1 and 4, Azure, three fleur-de-lis or, for FRANCE; 2, Gules, three lions passant guardant in pale or, for ENGLAND; 3, Gules (plain).

This coat is now in one of the small windows in the vestry; it was formerly in one of the eastern windows of the South Transept.

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