Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Window: 03, Chancel S (C), Holy Trinity, Penn Street

Location in Church:
Chancel S (C)
Type:
Rose
Size (width x height):
2' 4" x 2' 4" or 0.70m x 0.70m
Subject(s):
Clear glass
Date Made:
1922
Craftsman:
Worth Ltd., Maker
Dedicated to:
Isabella Katharine Countess Howe
Donated by:
Richard George Penn 4th Earl Howe. More...
Notes on Window:
The Dedicatee, Donor and Date are all shown on a Plaque on the wall, beside the Priest's Door.

 


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The high round windows, 03 on the right, and 20 on the left, are a matching pair with plain glass.
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Window 03 above the Priest's door on the South wall of the Chancel.
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Overall View of Glass (this shows Window 20 on the North side)
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A plaque states that the 2 windows were erected in memory of Isabella Katharine Countess Howe by her eldest son Richard George Penn 4th Earl Howe in 1922.
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