Henry Earlam Johnson, Pieter Cedric Earlam Johnson and William Godfrey Earlam Johnson

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Reference WMO/290265


St James and St Elizabeth Church

Bickershaw Lane





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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Stained glass window
  • Glass Stained Glass
Lettering: Painted
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Five-light East window, with tracery. A coat of arms is in a quatrefoil at the top of the window. In tracery each side is the sacred monogram IHS, surrounded by lilies, which also adorn other sections of the tracery. Beneath the coat of arms the Badges of the Manchester Regiment are depicted in two sections, with the Badges of the King's Royal Rifle Corps in a quatrefoil to its left, and the Badge of the Royal Flying Corps in a quatrefoil to its right. The Badges are those of the units the three brothers commemorated served with. The central light depicts Christ on the Cross, with two officers with bandages about their heads in prayerful positions at the foot of the cross. The four outer lights feature Saints in armour, with weapons - from the left: St George, St Michael, King David, and an unidentified. The Dedication is inscribed on a scroll across the central three lights.
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Vincit Qui Patitur (Who endures, wins)/ IHS (twice)/ The Manchester Regiment (twice)/ The King's Royal Rifle Corps/ The Royal Flying Corps/ INRI/ To the Glory of God this window was erected by Florence Rosalie Johnson in loving memory of her husband Alfred Earlam Johnson who died December 1914/ and their three sons (Names) who gave their lives for their King and Country 1916 & 1917

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