The other heraldic stone memorial which I photographed in the Garden Museum, formerly St. Mary-at-Lambeth Church, was to a former Rector of the Church, an ecclesiastic of some reknown.
The text of the inscription reads:
The crest is: A demi-dragon or winged sable holding between its forelegs a fleur-de-lis sable.
It's a beautifully carved and painted marshaled coat of arms, though there is a little wear on some of the gold and red paint. The other colors, however, remain clear and identifiable.
All in all, a very nice memorial to someone who clearly won the hearts of his parishioners.