Brough
St Stephen

Glass

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Key to Glass

Chancel

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East window of three lancets (north to south): St Stephen, in memory of Capel John Sewell priest HMI, died 14 April 1896; Christ, no dedication, in memory of Edward Lamb priest, died 20 January 1887; St Alban, in memory of Brough Maltby priest, Archdeacon of Nottingham, died 30 March 1894.

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Chaucer St Cecilia

The west light depicts Chaucer, the east light shows St Cecilia. The inscription that runs along the bottom of both lights reads:

In loving memory of William Herbert Colton 1896 1972 and his parents William & Annie Mary Colton

Nave

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St Hugh

Double lancet window depicting the Blessed Virgin Mary of Southwell and St Hugh of Lincoln. Along with a bronze memorial the window commemorates Thomas Cecil Smith Woolley who was killed in a cycling accident in 1913. Both were dedicated by the Rev A. J. Maxwell, the rector of South Collingham, on 28 June 1914. The window was designed by Christopher Whall (1849–1924). The Virgin Mary is holding the infant Christ 'who wafts His blessing to the Chalice held by St Hugh, in which Chalice, according to legend, a vision of the Infant Christ Himself had appeared to St Hugh. St Hugh was the Bishop of Lincoln from 1186 to 1200. For the first nine years of his thirty eight years of service, Woolley served under the Bishop of Lincoln ... Brough was then transferred to Southwell. The Cathedral of the diocese of Southwell is the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary which no doubt influenced Whall's decision that She should feature in the window.'

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Detail

Single lancet window in memory of Major General Gordon, slain at Khartoum, 26 January 1885.

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Detail
Single lancet window in memory of Emma R M Clark, 1898-1978.

6.Five lancet window with diamond leaded lights, and Victorian obscured coloured glass.

7.Single lancet window depicting St Katherine and in memory of Katherine Emma Woolley, died 4 November 1888.

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Detail of
St Margaret
Detail of
St Agnes

Two lancet window showing St Margaret in thanksgiving for sixty years of the reign of Queen Victoria, 20 June 1897 and St Agnes in memory of Mary Taylor who died 14 January 1888.

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The vestry window consists of two lights containing plain glass.