The windows of Boxgrove Priory, Halnaker, West Sussex - 6th October 2004
The east window, dated 1862, is a memorial to the fifth Duke of Richmond. It is by Michael O'Connor and represents fine Victorian workmanship.
The window from the east end of St Catherine's Chapel is the first shown below. It is to the north of the chancel. This chapel contains an old stone altar which was discovered buried in the church and which was rededicated in 1931. This window is also by O'Connor and was made ten years later than the great east window. The second window is from the east end of St John's chapel, to the south of the chancel.
The chapel of St John also has a window depicting St George, below. It is by Charles Eamer Kempe, whose mark, the sheaf of corn, can be seen in the bottom left-hand corner.
Windows in the South aisle.
The four lancet windows in the south aisle have glass dating from 1907. They were designed by Mary Lowndes, a leading stained glass artist of the arts and crafts movement at the turn of the 19th century.
The south transept contains the two windows below.
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