Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


Windows by Hughes, Henry - Maker

Henry Hughes (1822-1883), was born at Market Drayton, Shropshire. He was the son of a butcher, but was given an apprenticeship as an artist at Ward & Nixon, stained glass manufacturers. He became a partner in 1857, after the death of James Nixon, making his own windows as well as those of the firm, which was renamed Ward & Hughes, 67 Frith Street, Soho, London.

12 Windows, listed in Church Order

Window Location Church Date Craftsmen
Details Organ Chamber E St Giles in Chalfont St Giles 1863 Hughes, Henry
Details N Aisle E St Giles in Chalfont St Giles 1864 Hughes, Henry
Details Nave S (E) St Peter in Chalfont St Peter 1870 Hughes, Henry
Details Nave S (C) St Peter in Chalfont St Peter 1875 Hughes, Henry
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Details N aisle N (W) St Mary the Virgin in Hardwick 1876 Hughes, Henry
Details N aisle N (E) St Mary the Virgin in Hardwick 1878 Hughes, Henry
Details S aisle E All Saints in Lathbury Hughes, Henry
Details N aisle N (E) All Saints in Lathbury 1880 Hughes, Henry
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Details Chancel N (E) All Saints in Little Kimble 1870 Hughes, Henry
Details East St Edward the Confessor in Shalstone 1862 Hughes, Henry
Details S aisle E St Edward the Confessor in Shalstone †1860 Hughes, Henry
Details S aisle W St Edward the Confessor in Shalstone †1860 Hughes, Henry
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