East Sussex Church Monuments - 1530 to 1830 - Archive of Photographs
by Professor Nigel Llewellyn

(221) RYE, St. Mary

221X Ledger for Ann LONG, d. 1725, and descendants

-  North-East chapel floor, against South wall, towards West end, partly obscured by furnishings.

-  90(W) x 190(L)~Fine; rough edges.

-  Arms, cherub's head and crossed bones, then M.I. (in 2 panels, divided, engraved in different hands) on a freestone slab; head to the West.

-  Ann Long, d. 23 Mar 1725, aet 84; her first husband, Stephen Pigram, of Cambridge, no dates; her second husband, unidentified; her son, Nathaniel Pigram, jurat of Rye, whose wife was Jane; their daughter Ann, 7 Dec 1702-10 May 1729; this Ann's husband, John Baker of Queenborough; another daughter Eliza, d. 11 Nov 1742, aet 42, was first wife of Thomas Procter; also his second wife, Sarah, d. 22 Jun 1802, aet 86; also Eliza, daughter of Thomas and Eliza Proctor, d. 23 Nov 1733.