For this church:
North Muskham St Wilfrid
There are several stained glass windows, very little of which is of late medieval date. Two north aisle windows and the south aisle east window contain 15th century glass incorporating the Barton rebus. A rebus is a heraldic device hinting at the name of the bearer, in this case representations of a barrel or 'tun', part of the rebus based on the Barton (Bear - tun) family name, the badge of the family who were the benefactors to the church before the Reformation, and resided at Holme.
The east window dates from around 1905 and is a memorial to the Rev. Francis Oswald Colley, vicar of North Muskham 1902-05. The window depicts Our Lord, Paulinus, Mary, St Wilfrid and Mary Magdalene. The inscription reads:
The east window of the north aisle has stained glass produced by the Nottingham company of Hincks and Burnell in 1939. The window was commissioned by Maria Beatrix Hull in memory of the Reverend John Winstanley Hull (vicar of North Muskham from 1853 to 1902), his wife Charlotte Augusta, his eldest son William and his youngest daughter, Katherine. The Latin inscription reads:
The north wall of the north aisle has to the west a window with stained glass panels with the Barton rebus and to the east a window with similar 15th century stained glass fragments in the head.
The south wall of the south aisle has to the west a stained glass window dating from c.1913. A brass plaque reads:
The east window of the south aisle has fragments of 15th century stained glass with the Barton rebus.
The west window was the gift of Thomas Lewis Kekewich Edge esq. of Strelley Hall.