St John the Baptist


No clear photographic images of the glass within St John’s have been found. Newspaper cuttings with sketchy photographs do exist. An inventory dated 1937 also gives brief details of the windows and in some instances the dedications. The makers are not identified.


East wall

Three single pointed lancets over the altar with a roundel housing an eight-petal light set high in the gable.

The three lancets depict:

The Nativity- installed 1852

The Baptism of our Lord – installed 1858, In memory of John Bridle

The Resurrection – In memory of John Clarke

North wall

Two single pointed lancets:

The Good Shepherd – In memory of Jane Tipton

St John the Baptist – Dedicated to the late Rev Mr Varley, and made by Powell Brothers London

South wall

Two single pointed lancets:

The Light of the world – 1874 In memory of Walter Brown

The second window is not listed


North wall

Four single pointed lancets, depicting:

St George – 1904

St. Stephen – 1890

Mary of Bethany – 1894

St Peter – 1888 – Rev Charles Yeld

West wall

Two pointed lancets:

T and David – S B Furley

Rose window in apex – no details

Exterior photographs show five lancet headed frames with the outer two and the centre blind

South wall

Five pointed lancets:

The Holy Spirit – 1878 John Humphrey

St Augustine – 1885 Thomas and Mary L???

St Stephen with a Bishop – 1884 Mary Hutton

Four Saints – 1884

St Cecilia – 1885 Edith Furley

South-east wall

Single lancet

St Mary Magdalene – 1873 In memory of Mary B?????

Our Lord enthroned

East wall of nave

An oval light window over the chancel arch


Five lancet widows on each side


A single pointed window on each of the east and north walls