18 West Clerestory 10, 11 & 12

West Clerestory 10, 11 & 12West Clerestory 10 West Clerestory 11 West Clerestory 12

Fruit tree
‘Whither thou goest I will go.’

Naomi

Fruit Tree
‘Thy God shall be my God’

In memory of Dora Goldsmid, died 15th December 1900 and Anne O. Steuart, died 1st August 1901.

Mrs Goldsmid was the widow of Yeats Henry Goldsmid. Mrs. Goldsmid and her sister Anne O. Steuart resided at 331, Lexham Gardens, London. They were the daughters of the late Lieutenant-General George MacKenzie Steuart and sisters of Mrs. Alice Niven commemorated in the adjoining three windows.

 


The Windows
Webpage icon 1 West Vestibule
Webpage icon 2 West Wall 1 & 2
Webpage icon 3 West Wall 3 & 4
Webpage icon 4 West Wall 5 & 6
Webpage icon 5 West Wall 7 & 8
Webpage icon 6 West Wall 9 & 10
Webpage icon 7 East Wall 9 & 10
Webpage icon 8 East Wall 7 & 8
Webpage icon 9 East Wall 5 & 6
Webpage icon 10 East Wall 3 & 4
Webpage icon 11 East Wall 1 & 2
Webpage icon 12 Parlour
Webpage icon 13 Chancel
Webpage icon 14 Six-Light Traceried Window at Rear of Gallery
Webpage icon 15 West Clerestory 1, 2 & 3
Webpage icon 16 West Clerestory 4, 5 & 6
Webpage icon 17 West Clerestory 7, 8 & 9
Webpage icon 19 West Clerestory 13, 14 & 15
Webpage icon 20 East Clerestory 13, 14 & 15
Webpage icon 21 East Clerestory 10, 11 & 12
Webpage icon 22 East Clerestory 7, 8 & 9
Webpage icon 23 East Clerestory 4, 5 & 6
Webpage icon 24 East Clerestory 1, 2 & 3
Webpage icon 25 Church Hall
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