Church Stained Glass Windows
recorded by Robert Eberhard - updated January 2017
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Stained Glass Windows at St. Paul
Wimbledon Park, Inner London
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WindowDateLightsFirm DesignerSubjectsMemorialSource
EW18937Kempe signedA.E Tombleson signedSt. Stephen; St. Paul; Mary; Crucifixion; John; Peter; Philip
SC218933KempeSt. Ambrose; St. Martin; St. AugustineKempe Commission Book
SA118984Kempe signedSt. Mary of Bethany; St. Dorothy; St. Cecilia; St. MarthaCharlotte Holland +1897Kempe Commission Book
SAW18913KempeSt. Timothy; St. James the Great; TitusCorpus of Kempe Stained Glass
WW18986Kempe signedAnnunciation & Old Testament prophetsCharlotte Holland +1897Corpus of Kempe Stained Glass
NC119143Kempe & CoSt. Jerome; St. Athanasius; St. GregoryCorpus of Kempe Stained Glass
NC219143Kempe & CoSt. Oswald; St. Hilda; St. Edward the ConfessorCorpus of Kempe Stained Glass
NCh119014Kempe signedAdoration of the Magi
NCh219084Kempe & Co signedAdoration of the Shepherds
NAW18963KempeSt. Barnabas; St. James the Less; St. MarkCorpus of Kempe Stained Glass
   

Location of windows

The coding system is based on that used in Nineteenth Century Norfolk Stained Glass by Birkin Haward. All windows are numbered consecutively from east to west in any north or south facing wall and from the centre outwards in any east or west facing wall. Windows of 2 and 3 lancet lights are shown as 2 and 3 light.
A plan and key from the book by Birkin Haward is shown below.

Coding system plan

   

Dates

In the column headed date, the date (without a + sign) is the date the window was made. In that column and in the column headed Memorial a date prefixed by a + sign is the date of death commemorated in the window.

Firms / Designers

The booklet Stained Glass Marks & Monographs published by NADFAS, 8 Guilford Street, London, WC1N 1DA provides details of makers’ signatures and marks and short biographical information on many designers and firms.

Main subjects

A reasonably comprehensive listing of subjects is provided, except in cases where there are many small scenes or many saints, particularly if the windows are high up. For reasons of space, the title ‘Saint’ has often been omitted, most commonly in 4 evangelist windows.

Persons and events commemorated

These are mainly recorded only as a cross-reference to documentation.