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Window: 10, Nave N (E), Holy Trinity, Penn

Location in Church:
Nave N (E)
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
3' 7" x 5' 0" or 1.10m x 1.52m
Subject(s):
Black Prince, Joan of Arc
Date Faculty Granted:
23 June 1917
Date Made:
1917
Craftsmen:
G E R Smith, Designer
AK Nicholson, Maker
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Makers Mark
Dedicated to:
Brevet Lieut: Colonel Hugh Hill, MVO, DSO, Royal Welch Fusiliers, General Staff. Born May 16th 1875. Killed in action in France, Sept 10th 1916, and laid to rest at Bethune. Only son of the late James Eardley Hill, Barrister at law, and Katharine Shepperson of this parish and grand-son of the late Sir Hugh Hill, Knt, a judge of the Queen's bench, of Graig, Doneraile, Co. Cork, formerly of Pipe Staffordshire.
Donated by:
This window is placed by his devoted mother. Katharine Shepperson
Makers Mark on Window:
Makers Mark Notes:
The marks of both Nicholson & Smith are shown, the latter's in the small inset pictures. Nicholson address given as 60 Tapson St.

 


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Window in situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Base of window with 2 scenes, also the names and crests of Edward the Black Prince and Blessed Joan of Arc, portrayed in the window above
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Inscription tablet below window, to Lt Col Hugh Hill
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Left Hand Light: Edward the Black Prince
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Left Hand Light: Close-up of Edward the Black Prince
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Left Hand Light: Top
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Left Hand Light: Base - Scene at Bethune, NE France (1916 burial place of Lt Col Hugh Hill)
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Left Hand Light: The Black Prince's "Shield for Peace"
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Right Hand Light: Joan of Arc
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Right Hand Light: Close-up of Joan of Arc
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Left Hand Light: Top (Object on right is a loudspeaker)
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Right Hand Light: Base - WWI battle scene (Lt Col Hugh Hill was killed in action in 1916)
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Right Hand Light: An emblem of the Royal Welch Fusiliers Regiment
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Left Hand Light: Makers Mark (G E R Smith)
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Right Hand Light: Makers Mark (A K Nicholson, 1917)
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