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Window: 03, Chancel S (C), St John the Baptist, Little Missenden

Location in Church:
Chancel S (C)
Type:
1 light
Size (width x height):
0' 7" x 4' 6" or 0.19m x 1.36m
Subject(s):
Madonna and Child, Fleur de Lys, Song of Solomon emblems.
Subject Notes:
The small emblems in the window are amongst many associated with the Song of Solomon, which is also known as the Song of Songs.
Date Faculty Granted:
29 November 1937, and 1967
Date Made:
1937
Craftsmen:
G E R Smith, Designer
AK Nicholson, Maker
Craftsman Notes:
This is one of 4 windows dedicated in May 1938 that were all designed by G E R Smith. Later he designed another 7 windows for the church.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Faculty record stored at Oxford Diocesan Registry.
Makers Mark
Dedicated to:
Mary Davis who died on Dec 16th 1926 aged 54 years. More...
Donated by:
Rev'd William Henry Davis (Husband & Vicar). More...
Makers Mark on Window:
Notes on Window:
The dedication inscription was changed to also remember Rev'd William Henry Davis when he died 40 years after his wife.

 


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Top of window, with Fleur de Lys and other emblems
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Madonna and Child
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Inscription
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Makers Mark: A K Nicholson Stained Glass Studios GER Smith (DEL)
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