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Re: arms of Ensing
Posted by: Barb By Date: July 29, 2000 at 21:18:01
In Reply to: arms of Ensing by Robby of 281

No. And I don't know if there is such a thing. In the Ensign "book" it mentions a village named Chilham that has an old church, etc., etc., and some of the old glass was preserved from an earlier time and is mentioned as "the center window of the north aisle are the ARMS OF ENSING, described in the Topographic of 1791, as "Sable, three swords erect, 2 and 1, argent, pommels or." That is all I know.

Anyone else out there know of this old church, etc.??

Barb By.



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