Chaplain Charles Disney Woodhouse
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- Glass Stained Glass
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
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Column 2 - Engraved figure of a sailor filling the entire window, below the figure is etched 1 ' To all Seafarers frame lost at Sea in Peace & War" Column 4 - Coloured celtic sword with "1914 1918" either side of handle. Below the handle is a green roundlet of leaves over the blade and beneath this and either side of the blade is "1939 1945" Below the sword tip is ' 'LAND.AIR SEA" . At the base of column 4 hangs a Royal Air Force ensign. Column 6: Engraved figure of an airman in his flying suit etched above his head is 1 t we will remember them" To the Glory of God, and in memory of Charles Disney Woodhouse, M.A., B.D., first Vicar of this parish, who died at Boulogne October 6th 1916, aged 32, while serving as Chaplain to the Forces in France." (LEFT) TO ALL SEAFARERS LOST AT SEA IN PEACE & WAR (CENTRE) 1914 - 1918/ 1939 - 1945/ LAND AIR SEA (RIGHT) IN PROUD & THANKFUL MEMORY/ OF THOSE OF THIS ISLAND, WHO DIED/ WHILST SERVING IN THE ROYAL/ AIR FORCE, & MEMBERS OF THE/ ROYAL AIR FORCE ASSOCIATION,/ ISLE OF MAN BRANCH, WHO DIED/ IN THE WINTER HILL AIR DISASTER/ 27TH FEBRUARY 1958 A.D.