|Church Stained Glass Windows
recorded by Robert Eberhard - updated January 2017
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|EW||1864||3||Hardman||Transfiguration||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|SC1-4||3 trefoils||Hardman||Ornament with text||Stylistic attribution|
|SAE||2||Hardman||Evangelist symbols||Stylistic attribution|
|SA1||1864||3||Hardman||Paul & Barnabas at Lystra (Acts 14.15)||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|SA2||1864||3||Hardman||Paul talks to the women at Philippi (Acts 16.13)||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|SA3||1864||3||Hardman||Paul Addresses the philosophers at Athens (Acts 17.22)||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|SA4||1864||3||Hardman||Paul prays for the Holy Spirit (Acts 19.6)||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|SA5||1864||3||Hardman||Paul shipwrecked||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|SAW||1875||4||Hardman||St. Paul before Felix||Hardman Index 1875/90; Building News 17 Dec. 1875|
|WW||1864||4||Hardman||Conversion of St. Paul||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|NC1||2||Hardman||Martyrdom of St Paul||Stylistic attribution|
|NC2||2||Hardman||Martyrdom of St Peter||Stylistic attribution|
|NA1||1864||3||Hardman||Paul stoned at Lystra||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|NA2||1864||3||Hardman||Paul heals cripple at Lystra||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|NA3||1864||3||Hardman||Paul blinds Elymas||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|NA4||1864||3||Hardman||Paul escapes from prison||Church Times 30 July 1864|
|NA5||1864||3||Hardman||Paul preaches||Church Times 30 July 1864|
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.
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.
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.