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Broadley Chapel East window
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East window: Contains the Royal Artillery badge and the Middlesex Regiment badge. Designed by E Haworth Earle and executed by S Harrison & Son of Hull in1921. Dedications:

Broadley Chapel - Keighley Drasdo Smith
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2nd South window: Designed by E Haworth Earle; executed by S Harrison & Son of Hull 1922.Dedications: ‘In Loving Memory of Richard Ernest Clayton Keighley, Capt No 1 Siege Battery R...

Broadley Chapel Earle Memorial Window
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1st South window: Broadley chapel. The Earle Memorial window. East Yorkshire Regiment badge:  Designed E Haworth Earle, executed by S H Harrison and Son of Hull. 1921.

Clergy vestry window i (NADFAS 1994)
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There are interesting fragments of old glass here:

Panel 6:

Clergy vestry window ii (NADFAS 1994)
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Clergy vestry window iii (NADFAS 1994)
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Fawcett window
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 This north aisle window was re-glazed and re-leaded in the 1990s.

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windows of plain quarries in upper south nave interior walls.

East window from within choir
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Tracery filled with Angels and Cherubim. Dated ‘Domino Anno’ and ‘MDCCCL’ 1850.

North-West window, external view
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7-light window of plain quarries. Reticulated tracery (14th century).

Christ in the Temple part 2
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The second part of the Christ in the Temple window. The border design is similar to the previous window.

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The large eastern transept window has three lights, representing the Nativity, the Adoration of the Magi and Shepherds, and the Annunciation, and includes picture of...

Christ in the Temple part 1
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The border is a design of lozenges with daisy flowers at regular intervals.

North Transept external view
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Plain glass quarries

Harbord Supper at Emmaus Window
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The large window in the west wall of the north transept depicts the Supper at Emmaus.

Panels 1 and 3. Red glass.

Smithson Window – full
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5-light stained glass window.

Kitching First World War Memorial window
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5-light stained glass window. Partial reticulation. Not consistent with designs in North Choir.

Brooks Memorial Window - Freedom Window
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4-light stained glass window, dedicated to Frances Mary Brooks.

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4-light window of plain quarries.

             

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Work of Herbert Davis & A.L. Ward, both of London. Mr Davis died before he could complete the work. Possibly paid for by the Medical Faculty of Hull, 1908.