|Born: 1550, West Kingston, Wiltshire, England
Married: 1572 in Kingston West her cousin (Pr12) Anthony Thomas Prather,
d. 5/6 FEB 1577/1578, West Kingston, Wiltshire, England
bur. 1578, Ivye Section, South Aisle, West Kingston Manor Church, Wiltshire, England
|Anthony placed a stone in the wall of the church above his wife's tomb.
This stone carving shows Anthony, his coat-of-arms with symbols of his
wife's family coat-of-arms, and a carving of his children, and a eulogy
to his children and all the people who were to read this stone carving.
OH MI DEAR CHILDREN MARKE WHAT I SAYE,
| Anthony Thomas Prather and Judith Ivye had issue:
(Pr11-1) Thomas Prather [Died as Child]
(Pr11-2) William Prather b 1574 Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire
(Pr11-3) Elizabeth Prather b 1575 Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire
(Pr11-4) Ferdinando Prather b 1576 Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire d after 29 Sep 1592
(Pr11-5) George Prather [b 1577 died 8 Mar 1578]
(Pr11) Thomas Anthony Prather Gentleman b 1577 Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, d. 1628 Eaton Water, Wilthire
Judith's tomb is in the floor of the Ivye Chapel with the the above carving in the wall just above the tomb. The following inscription was placed in the stone which covers the tomb. It was written by Anthony, as was the above inscription. The following inscription can no longer be seen because a wooden floor has been placed in the church so that it could be properly heated, but the carving on the wall can still be seen.
REST IN THE LORD MOST LOVING WIFE,
Above these verses, in the Limbe, thus: Here lieth Judeth Prator, the