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Beane, Hythe
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2016, 23:44:28 »
To the memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Beane wife of Robinson Beane of Hythe Gent. And Mrs. Ann Beane, their only daughter both buryed in one tomb near unto this place.

A pious matron and a virgin both of age ye glory & ye flower of youth.  Where beauty did in full perfection shine. And every grace and Vertue was divine.  Upon one fatall thread hung both their lives and in her fate ye mothers death contrives.  One blast ye beauteous branch dissolved away the fruitfall stock droopt in a year & day.  One was their life.  Here in one tomb they lye the mother, daughter, and posterity.


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