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Window: 03, East (S), St Michael and All Angels, Aston Sandford

Location in Church:
East (S)
Type:
1 light
Subject(s):
Dorcas
Subject Notes:
Dorcas (also known as Tabitha) was a Disciple known for her good works and charity, mentioned in Acts 9:36. She holds a cloth, presumably representing the clothes she made for the poor.
Date Made:
c.1880
Craftsman:
Craftsman Notes:
Robert Eberhard identifies the makers as Burlisson & Grylls.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
It seems that the glass would not have been made and fitted until after 1878, when the church's restoration was completed.
Dedicated to:
Susannah Jarvis †1872 More...
Donated by:
Two Nieces: M A Venables & S D Wilson
Notes on Window:
Windows 02 and 03 are in memory of 2 sisters, born 6 years apart, who both died at around 70. More...

 


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Name of Dorcas (also known as Tabitha), and inscription to Susannah Jarvis, 1802-1872.
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