Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Window: 12, Nave S (E), St Mary, Amersham

Important Church Note:
Church is in Old Amersham
Location in Church:
Nave S (E)
Type:
3 lights
Subject(s):
5 of the 6 corporeal works of mercy, Matt 25 v 34-36 ~ A stranger and ye took me in, Christ, Sick and ye visited me ~ Naked and ye clothed me, Hungry and ye fed me, In prison and ye visited me
Date Made:
c1884
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Gordon Barnes:- Frederick Preedy
Michael Kerney:-The stained glass of Frederick Preedy
Dedicated to:
John Tyrwhitt-Drake, †1860, rector
Donated by:
His wife, Emily †1879
Notes on Window:
Pevsner says by Preedy, and church recorders said that the window was probably glazed by Ward & Hughes. This seems unlikely since Preedy had his own studio at this time.

 


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