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Window: 15, N chapel (E), St John the Baptist, Little Missenden

Location in Church:
N chapel (E)
Type:
3 lights
Size (width x height):
5' 0" x 7' 11" or 1.52m x 2.12m
Subject(s):
Parable of the Good Samaritan
Subject(s) - Notes:
Window shows the Levite and the Priest who both avoid the traveller that has been robbed, and the Good Samaritan who helps him.
Date Made:
1883
Craftsman:
Craftsman - Notes:
The fitting of this window meant that all three East facing windows have glass by the same company, Heaton Butler & Bayne.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Church's 1951 Guide Book
Bucks Herald of 29 Sep 1883
Dedicated to:
Elizabeth Bird More...
Donated by:
James Henry Bird More...

 


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All 3 lights: Main scenes
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LH light: The Levite who passed by on the other side
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Centre light: The good Samaritan helps the traveller who had been robbed
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Centre light: detail
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RH light: The priest who passed by on the other side
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All 3 lights: Base and inscription "In memory of Elizabeth Bird who died the 21st of August 1853 aged 14 years"
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