The East Window - re-glazed in 1923. To the left and right of the Crucifixion are the Virgin Mary and St John the Apostle, with their emblems of the lily and the eagle. In the outer lights are St George and St Elizabeth of Hungary. The tracery above shows the Expulsion from the Garden, the annunciation of the Blessed Virgin and (below these) the Sacrifice of Isaac.
The north aisle contains the only remaining Early English lancet window (in the north west corner), which contains Victorian glass by Holman Hunt.
The south window in the east end of the south aisle contains the shields of the arms of Warre impaling those of families they married.
Here is the three light window in the south aisle, west end.
Here is a closer view of the shields in the above window.
Sadly, I omitted to note where the rest of the windows were in the church, however hopefully a parishioner will contact me to let me know?
The detail from the window above.
And closer views of the two scenes in the above window showing St Beatus and St Eustace.
This has more recent, and wonderfully coloured glass and is in memory of Muriel Coles, 1920-1989.
This window is memory of someone (name hidden behind flower) who died 30th December 1879.
I was unable to read the inscription of the window below from the photograph.
The next is in memory of the Headmaster of Kingston School 1913-1946 (name hidden behind flowers).
And a closer view of the design on the window above.
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