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This chantry fownded Sir John Norbury
Monumental brass inscription in 8 English black letter verses for John Pynnoke,
first priest of the chantry founded by Sir John Norbury, 1521
Subjects: Pynnoke, John; Norbury, John; inscription, brass; epitaph
rhyming couplets —
Stoke D’Abernon, Surrey. Monumental brass inscription in 8 English black letter verses for John Pynnoke, first priest of the chantry founded by Sir John Norbury, 1521.
Thys chauntre fwndyt sir John Norbery
The fyrst prest was syr John
Under thys ston lieth bured hys body
Of whose soule Ihu
he depttyd owt of thys warlde & from us he is gon
yere of our lorde MiVc twenty and on
The fyrst day of the monthe of
In the merce of the ihu crist he puttys all hys trust amen
Note: Brass inscription.
A List of Monumental Brasses Remaining in the County of Kent.
1921; rpt Bath: Kingsmead Reprints, 1970: 487.