For this church:
Kelham St Wilfrid
The window in the north wall of the chancel portrays, from left to right, The Presentation, Christ in the Temple, and Jesus in his father's workshop. It is dedicated to the memory of Charles William Manners who died 14 July 1879 aged 20:
The East Window commemorates the Honorable Arthur Manners (died 1888). The lower part of the window is obscured by the reredos. The inscription reads:
The window in the south wall depicts the Ascension and is dedicated to Lydia Sophia, Lady Manners, (died 1 February 1916) and her son, John Thomas, 3rd Lord Manners (1852-1927):
The window in the east wall of the aisle portrays St George and the dragon and is dedicated to John Esam:
The westernmost window in the north wall of the aisle contains a fragment of late 15th century glass. It depicts a rose bush with the inscription 'ROSSE DE FLURUS' above.
The easternmost window of the south aisle also contains a fragment of medieval glass.