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The tombstones have been enumerated and translated by Bras A. Fernandes in Armas E Inscrições do Forte De Baçaim, Lisbon, 1957. This stone, with Fernandes' catalog number reads, with translation, as follows: No. 97. SEPULTURA DE GASPAR DE SOUZA DE SAMPIO E DE SEUS ERDEIROS. FALECEO A TRAEZE DE FEVEREIRO DE 92. Grave of Gaspar de Souza de Sampio and of his heirs. He died on the 3rd day of February ..92. Fernandes adds that from "the device on the scutcheon, Gaspar de Souza seems to have been a cartographer or an architect, or a descendant of one."

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