Slab in the North Aisle
III. On a cross between four roundels, five of the same (Clayton? Argent, a cross sable
between four pellets. It is given in Three Norf, Arm, Cod B 100. "Argent, a cross-engrailed
sable between four torteaux") Crest: A unicorn's head couped (Clayton of Norfolk.
A unicorn couchant argent, maned and unguled or, under the dexter foot a bezant. For what
is, I think, the coat of Powdich see MORSTON.
For "Mrs. Priscilla Powdich, daughter of John Clayton, late of Wells, Gent, and widow of John
Powdich, late of Creake Abbey, Gent. by whom she had two sons: Thomas, now of Creak
Abbey, Merchant, and John, late of Wells, Mariner. She dyed October 9 1735, AE 70
Thomas Powdich, Merchant, died Dec 26 1747 aged 50
Thomas Powdich died March 6 1714 aged 73 years and 6 month, and his two wives Mary
John Powdich, son of Thomas Powdich, died July 17, 1717 in the 53rd year of his age