For this church:
Click on the blue numbers in the plan for details of each window
Victorian glass consisting of 5 lower lights depicting (L to R with identifying symbols beneath each figure):
Perpendicular Style – donated as a thank offering by Hannah Walker (1870).
A window in an ogee-headed arch, depicting the resurrection over the words (Job 19.25):
I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVETH
The memorial inscription on the window reads:
These inscriptions are a little odd because the one that reads as though it is added later (in that it begins “Also ...”) is in the left-hand panel, and in addition it refers to people who died earlier than those commemorated in the other. Has the window been reconstructed at some stage and another inscription lost?
Another window in an ogee-headed arch
The window depicts Christ crowning a faithful warrior with the text (Rev 2.10):
Dedicated to the three sons of William and Charlotte Huntriss who died while serving as soldiers during the Great War. The inscription (across all three lights) reads:
The window contains a Victorian depiction of Christ surrounded by children. The inscription (across all three lights) reads:
A window with fragments of medieval, perhaps 13th Century, stained glass. The subject is believed to be St Helena and may well originate from Mattersey Priory (which was dedicated to St Helena). This shows a head and several parts of what seem to be a robe.
Unfortunately vandals have damaged this in recent years.