14 Six-Light Traceried Window at Rear of Gallery

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James
Woman handing bread to beggar “I was an hungered and ye gave me meat”

St Andrew

St Thomas
Jesus receiving water from woman at well “I was thirsty and ye gave me drink”
St Bartholomew
St Matthew
Man, woman & children “Suffer the little children and forbid them not”
St Luke

The Gift of William Wilson and of his family to Pollokshields Parish Church 1878
(In rectangle)

St Mark
Jesus with disciple and children “O come unto Me for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven”
St John
“The silver is mine and the gold is mine saith the Lord of Hosts”
The Rev. T B W Niven, First Minister of the Parish”. (In rectangle)
St Paul
Man welcoming another to his home “I was a stranger and ye took me in”
St Thaddeus
St Simon
Woman dressing a man “Naked and ye clothed Me'
St Peter

Medallions etc surrounding the foregoing six lights to form the tracery:-

Top centre: 5 circles and triangles forming a square
East cone: 6 circles at top: "
A" (Alpha) in circle; triangle
West cone: 6 circles at top; "
Ω" (Omega) in circle; triangle
East triangle: 4 medallions, below which are 6 medallions, the centre one showing an angel with a scroll inscribed “Blessed are the merciful”
Centre triangle: 4 medallions, below which are 6 medallions, the centre one inscribed “I • H • S”
(These are the initial letters of 'Iesus Hominum Salvator' - Jesus the Saviour of men)
West triangle:4 medallions, below which are 6 medallions, the centre one showing an angel with a scroll inscribed “Blessed are the pure in heart”

The gift of William Wilson of West Lodge and of his family to Pollokshields Parish Church, 1878.

William Wilson of Wilson & Matheson, Manufacturers, Merchants and General Warehousemen. He was a founder member and one of the original three trustees of the church. West Lodge was in Maxwell Drive. Mr Wilson died 1/4/1892.

 


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