LHS: Arms: Jermy impaling Chare.
Crest: Jermy

Hic requiescunt Ossa et Cineres, JOHANNIS JERMY de Bayfield, in Comitatû Norflociæ Armigeri; Oriundi ex JOHANNE JERMY Milite, ex MARGARETA uxore ejus, unâ Filiarum et Cohæredum ROGERI BIGOT Comitis Norfolciæ, et Comitis Mareschalli ANGLIÆ, Tempore EDWARDI Secundi Regis Angliæ, Qui quidem JOHANNES JERMY de Bayfield, nupserit JANÆ Filiæ JOHANNIS CHARE de Wandsworth in Comitatû Surriæ Armigeri, cum quâ in connubio Annos 58 feliciter Vitam agebat, et ex quâ, hic juxta positâ, suscepit Liberos, JOHANNEM, ALICIAM et GULIELMUM, de quibus GULIELMUS Parentum ad Latera jacet, JOHANNE et ALICIA Superstitibus, obijt XVIII° die Decem. An° Dni' MDCCXXXV° Annum agens LXXXIII°

(Here rests the bones and ashes of John Jermy of Bayfield in the County of Norfolk, armiger, descended from Sir John Jermy, miles, and Margaret his wife, a daughter and co-heir of Roger Bigot, Duke of Norfolk and Earl Marshall of England at the time of Ed II King of England. This John Jermy of Bayfield married Jane daughter of John Chare of Wandsworth in the County of Surrey, arminger, with whom married 58 happy years. Their children John, Alice and William. John died 18 day of December 1735 in the 83 year of his age.)


RHS: Arms: Jermy impales Chare, arg. three pickaxes sab
Crest: Jermy

M. S. JANÆ Filiæ unicæ et Hæredis JOHANNIS CHARE, de WANDSWORTH in Comitatû Surriæ Armigeri, et JOHANNIS JERMY de Bayfield, in in Comitatû Norflociæ Armigeri, Uxoris, quæ obijt 2 die Octobris, A. D. MDCCXXXIV, et Ætatis suæ LXXXV

Ref: Blomefield, F. 1805. Topographical History of the County of Norfolk.


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