Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Makers Marks by Michael O'Connor & Sons

Michael O'Connor (1801-67) was one of the more prominent stained glass artists of the mid-century. In 1823 he studid in London in the stained glass studio of Thomas Willement. From 1835 he practised heraldic painting, stained glass production, and allied crafts in Dublin, coming back to England again in 1842, where he worked first in Bristol and then, from 1845 onwards, in London at 4 Berners Street, just off Oxford Street. His son Arthur (1826-73) became a partner in about 1851. Two other sons joined the firm: William Henry, in the 1860s, and William George Taylor (born 1822) in 1873.
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5 Windows, listed in Church Order

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Window Location Church Date Craftsmen
Link to image of this Window East St Mary in Datchet 1862 Michael O'Connor & Sons
Link to image of this Window S Aisle S (E2) St Mary in Datchet 1862 Michael O'Connor & Sons
Link to image of this Window Chancel N (W) St Peter & Paul in Dinton †1871 Michael O'Connor & Sons
Link to image of this Window Chancel N (W) All Saints in Emberton 1865 Michael O'Connor & Sons
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Link to image of this Window Chancel S (W) All Saints in Lathbury 1869 Michael O'Connor & Sons
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Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches

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