Holy Trinity Memorial Windows

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Reference WMO/267427


Holy Trinity Church

23 Chevin Road


DE56 0QH


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Status: On original site
Type: Other
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Stained glass window
About the memorial: The nave west window, north aisle west window and the north aisle north window in the westernmost bay are war memorials. Nave West window: A five-light window depicting the archangel Michael, Christ crucified with Christ in Majesty above, an angel with crown and the archangel Gabriel. Angels bearing a ribbon inscripted iGreater love than no man than this etc' and in centre light below crucifxion, a black panel with an inscription recording the gift of the window by George Herert Strutt in memory of his son Anthony Herbert Strutt (d.27/4/1918) and the other Milford men killed in the war; 1919, by James Powell of Whitefrairs. North aisle West window: Lancent with St George and standard architectural background, in the bottom register, a scroll with an inscription recording the gift of the window by relatives and friends of milford men killed in the Great War c.1919, maker unknown but by a different hand to the W window. North aisle North window: A lancet with a full length figure of an angel with a laurel crown and palm fronds within an architectural background; in the bottom register a scroll with an inscription recording the gift of the window by relatives and friends of Milford men killed in the Great War; 1919, by the same hand as the St George window. Note all windows have external guard, most in need of repair.

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