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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:
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...
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.
Tracery filled with Angels and Cherubim. Dated ‘Domino Anno’ and ‘MDCCCL’ 1850.
7-light window of plain quarries. Reticulated tracery (14th century).
The second part of the Christ in the Temple window. The border design is similar to the previous window.
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...
The border is a design of lozenges with daisy flowers at regular intervals.
The large window in the west wall of the north transept depicts the Supper at Emmaus.
Panels 1 and 3. Red glass.
5-light stained glass window. Partial reticulation. Not consistent with designs in North Choir.
4-light stained glass window, dedicated to Frances Mary Brooks.