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Victorian west window, St. Mary's Lydiard Tregoze

Victorian west window, St. Mary's Lydiard Tregoze
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The Victorian stained glass window depicts the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Its purely biblical nature and lack of reference to the St. John family, marks a decline in their influence.

The window was made by Alexander Gibbs & Co and is dedicated to the memory of John King by his sisters, Ann and Mary King in 1858. The Kings were a prominent family in Lydiard Tregoze and their chest tombs can be found in the graveyard.

Year:
1858
Artist:
Alexander Gibbs & Co (1858-1915)
Type:
Stained Glass
Location:
West Tower, St. Mary's Lydiard Tregoze
Owner:
St. Mary's Church, Lydiard Tregoze
Copyright:
Friends of Lydiard Park
Credit:
T. Cooper-Tydeman
Last updated on:
Wednesday 8th September 2021

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Victorian stained glass, St. Mary's Lydiard Tregoze
Victorian stained glass, St. Mary's Lydiard Tregoze

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