Altar tomb adjoining the north wall of the chancel. The south side of this altar tomb is in three compartments. In the dexter compartment

The coloured shield of Preston, impaling Argent, a fesse sable between three apples, leaved and slipped proper, for Appleton, and over all an escocheon of pretence. Quarterly:- 1. Appleton. 2. Sable , a bend, and in the sinister cheif a leopard's head or Isack of Brakesborne, Co. Kent; 3. Gules, a cross argent within a bordure indented or Carbonell of Norfolk; 4. Argent, a fesse between three cross crosslets fitchee gules, Crane, Co. Suffolk.

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