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Window: 03, S Aisle S (E) , Holy Trinity, Penn

Location in Church:
S Aisle S (E)
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
3' 11" x 7' 0" or 1.20m x 2.13m
Subject(s):
Godfrey de Bouillon, St Ferdinand
Date Faculty Granted:
22 July 1916
Date Made:
1916
Craftsmen:
M L K Hall, Artist
AK Nicholson, Maker
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Faculty in Oxford Diocesan Archive
Dedicated to:
Derek Weatherall Pawle, Captain 2nd Batt: Border Regiment, attached to the Northern Nigeria Regiment, who was killed in action gallantly defending Fort Gurin Cameroons, 2nd April 1915 (aged 27). He is buried at Yola Station Cemetery, Adamawa State, Nigeria.
Donated by:
His father & mother of Hutchins barn in this parish.
(Lewis Shepheard Pawle and Angelina Burgess Pawle)

 


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Left Hand Light - Figure of Godfrey de Bouillon
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Left Hand Light; Head of Godfrey de Bouillon
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Left Hand Light: Base
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Left Hand Light: Close-up of the First Crusade
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Right Hand Light: Figure of St Ferdinand, 13th century King of Castile
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Right Hand Light: Head of St Ferdinand
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Right Hand Light: Base
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Right Hand Light: Close-up of the First Crusade
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Right Hand Light: Badge of 2nd Battalion The Border Regiment
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From both lights - Complete Inscription
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