Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


All Saints, Little Kimble

Denomination:
C of E - Wendover Deanery
Local Authority District:
Wycombe
Address of Church:
Ellesborough Road, Little Kimble (2 miles NE of Princes Risborough)
Nearest Post Code:
HP17 0XR
O/S Map Reference/NGR:
SP 82656 06417
Latitude & Longitude:
51.75036, -0.80405  Map
CofE ACNY Web Site:

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Notes on Church:
A small and simple 13th century church, famous for its early 14th century wall paintings. It was sensitively restored in two stages, by Edward Buckton Lamb in 1847, and by George Devey in 1875.

Introduction to Stained Glass:We show glass in 9 windows, of which 4 are 19th century, and the other 5 have an assortment of 14th century fragments.


CHURCH PLAN

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WINDOWS

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Thumbnail Code   Location Type Subject(s) Date Craftsmen
Details 01 East 3 lights Christ (Ascension?) Ward & Hughes
Details 02 Chancel S 1 light Diapeter work with St George cross on shield
Details 03 Nave S (E) 2 lights Oak Leaves and Acorns 14th C fragments
Details 04 Nave S (E2) 2 lights Oak Leaves and Acorns 14th C fragments
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Details 06 West 3 lights Two Marys, Mother of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, Crucifixion with John, Joseph of Arimathea? & Nicodemus? 1862-3 Heaton Butler & Bayne
Details 08 Nave N (E2) 2 lights Shields 14th C fragments in shields
Details 09 Nave N (E) 2 lights Shields 14th C fragments in shields
Details 10 Nave N (W) 1 light 14th C fragments
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Details 11 Chancel N (E) 2 lights Wise Virgin?, The Light of the World 1870 Henry Hughes
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