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Window: 01, East, Cemetery Chapel, Datchet

Important Church Note:
Chapel has been disused since 1958, only the exterior is visible.
Location in Church:
East
Type:
3 lights
Size (width x height):
7' 5" x 9' 10" or 2.27m x 3.00m
Window Size - Notes:
Width of 7' 5" or 2.27m is the overall width, but architecturally the window is 3 separate lancets each 1' 6" or 0.46m wide.
Subject(s):
Virgin Mary, Jesus Christ Crucified, Pelican, St John
Date Made:
1902
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Makers Mark he Corpus of Kempe Stained Glass, The Kempe Trust, 2000
Dedicated to:
Mary Ann Crake, died 21 April 1900 More...
Makers Mark on Window:
Notes on Window:
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Window in situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Centre light: Crucifixion "Jesus Christ Crucified"
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Centre light: Crucifixion "Spes Unica" (Our Only Hope)
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Centre light: Crucifixion, close-up view
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Centre light: Pelican
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LH light - Mary "S Maria mater dolorosa" (St Mary the sorrowful mother)
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RH light - John "S John discipulus dilectus" (St John the beloved disciple)
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Inscription: "To the Glory of God and in memory of Mary Anne Crake, who died 21 April 1900"
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Information on window 01, written by Datchet Village Society.
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LH light - Makers Mark on left (Wheatsheaf of Charles Eamer Kempe)
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