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Key to Glass
1.This is of three lights. The tracery is of the period c1300-40. Some coloured glass in the tracery and around borders. Glazed predominantly with clear diamond quarries.
2-3.Both windows of three lights glazed with clear diamond quarries. Around the edges narrow pieces of glass in alternating green/orange/blue. The tracery is of the same period as the east window.
These are are the same as 2-3.
4.This is with tracery but less elaborate than the chancel windows. It is of three long, narrow lights.
5-6.These are also windows of three lights with tracery. Windows 4, 5 and 6 are glazed with green tinted diamond quarries with clear white border.
7.This is a half window with quatrefoil. The window is placed higher in the wall than the others.
This is a window of two lights glazed with white opaque diamond quarries with white border.
These windows are all two light windows glazed as 9. They date from the 1870s when the north wall was rebuilt.
9.This window is a three-light window glazed with opaque green diamond quarries bordered with narrow oblongs of white opaque glass. Above the main lights are five small panel lights.