Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Makers Marks by Michael C Farrar Bell

Michael C. Farrar Bell (1911-1993) Artist and stained glass designer. Michael Charles Farrar Bell was a descendent of Alfred Bell, (see R.O.Bell) and ran Clayton & Bell from 1950. A former president of the British Society of Master Glass painters. He was a resident of Haddenham in Buckinghamshire. St Mary's church in Haddenham has four of his windows.

10 Windows, listed in Church Order

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Window Location Church Date Craftsmen
Link to image of this Window N aisle N (C) St Michael & All Angels in Aston Clinton 1973 Michael C Farrar Bell
Link to image of this Window N aisle E St Michael & All Angels in Aston Clinton 1975 Michael C Farrar Bell
Link to image of this Window Nave N (E) St Michael and All Angels in Aston Sandford 1969 (&1995) Michael C Farrar Bell
Link to image of this Window Nave S (W) All Saints in Chalfont St Peter 1976 Michael C Farrar Bell
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Link to image of this Window East St Mary in Haddenham 1982 Michael C Farrar Bell
Link to image of this Window West Dedication unknown in Little Hampden 1954 Michael C Farrar Bell
Link to image of this Window East St Nicholas in Little Horwood 1955 Michael C Farrar Bell
Link to image of this Window S aisle S (E) St John the Baptist in Little Marlow 1956 Michael C Farrar Bell
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Link to image of this Window N Aisle N(E) St Dunstan in Monks Risborough 1989 Michael C Farrar Bell
Link to image of this Window North porch: Inner doors Holy Trinity in Penn 1987 Michael C Farrar Bell
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Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches

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