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Window: 02, Apse East, St John Evangelist, Lacey Green

Location in Church:
Apse East
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
4' 7" x 6' 11" or 1.40m x 2.10m
Subject(s):
Jesus Reinstates Peter (Feed my sheep)
Subject(s) - Notes:
The scene is spread across the 2 lights of the window.
Date Faculty Granted:
8 May 1905
Date Made:
1905
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Faculty in Oxford Diocesan Archive: 20-Oct-05
Dedicated to:
William Johnson Burgess & wife, Mary Ann Burgess More...
Donated by:
Their children More...
Makers Mark on Window:
Makers Mark - Notes:
The Makers Mark is in the Lower Right Hand Border of the window.
Notes on Window:
Replaced the decorative grey windows by Cook of London which had been fitted when the chancel was added in 1872.

 

Previous Windows

Previous Window Information:
Date Installed: 1872 - Date Removed: 1905
Windows 01, 02, 03 and 04 all had identical grey patterned windows when the Chancel was opened in 1872. 02 and 04 were replaced with the current stained glass in 1905. 01 and 03 (either side of the E window) had been replaced with clear glass by around 1920.
Previous Window Craftsman:
Previous Window Information:
Date Installed: 1825 - Date Removed: 1872
The original E window of 1825 was in the wall which was opened up in 1872 to form the Chancel Arch. Its style was the same as the other large Georgian windows of the church, but possibly larger with 4 sets of lights instead of 3. Its heraldic glass was then moved to window 10 in the N Transept.
Previous Window Craftsman:

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Tracery trefoil: Angel holding a scroll bearing "Feed my sheep". (John 21: 15,16,17)
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Single scene across the 2 lights, Jesus Re-instates Peter (John 21: 15,16,17).
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Complete LH light
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LH light: Peter looks up at Christ, John stand behind Peter. A fishing boat in the Sea of Galilee is in the background.
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LH light: Closer view of Peter and John.
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LH light: The heads of Peter and John.
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Complete RH light.
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RH Light: The figure of Christ, clearly showing the Crucifixion Wounds on his hands and feet.
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RH light: Closer view of Christ.
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RH light: Head of Christ.
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Both lights: Dedication Inscription across base of the window.
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LH light: An angel holds the end of the inscription scroll.
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RH light: In front of this angel's feet, we can see the Makers Mark for the window.
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Makers Mark - Heaton, Butler & Bayne, London.
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PREVIOUS WINDOW 1872 to 1905
Partly reconstructed view with patterned windows in 01 & 03. They were replaced by plain glass, probably by 1920. Identical ones were in 02 and 04 until stained glass replaced them in 1905.
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PREVIOUS WINDOW 1825 to 1872
Drawing of the original 1825 church, showing the E window on the extreme right, with 4 lights in each tier, although that might be a mistake. The same wall was opened up in the 1870s to form the Arch leading into the new Chancel. The glass from this window is now in window 10 in the N Transept.
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