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Windows

This page shows examples of different war memorial windows. Please see the Gallery page for details of how you can use these and copyright details.

 

  • Stained glass windows

Pilton war memorial window, Devon © Mr Alan Francis Graveley, 2009Pilton, Devon (WM903)

This window was re-glazed in 1920 and is now a memorial to the 39 local men who were lost during the First World War. There is a brass plaque beneath the memorial bearing their names.

 

 

 

 

 © Mr Alan Francis Graveley, 2009
 

Cotgrove war memorial window, Nottinghamshire © Rachel Farrand, 2010Cotgrove, Nottinghamshire (WM1430)

This window commemorates all from the local area who served in the First World War. The dedication is written on the glass.

 

 

 

 

© Rachel Farrand, 2010

 

Burma Star memorial window, South Glamorgan © St John the Baptist Church Cardiff, 2005Burma Star memorial, South Glamorgan (WM1607)

This stained glass window, first unveiled in 1986, remembers all those who fell in Burma during The Second World War. It carries the Kohima epitaph.

 

 

 

 

 © St John the Baptist Church Cardiff, 2005 

 

Skipsea Church memorial window, East Yorkshire © Marigold Vodden, 2012Skipsea Church, East Yorkshire (WM5813)

This window commemorates the fallen of the First World War. The church also contains two Rolls of Honour listing the fallen from the First and Second World Wars.

 

 

 

 

© Marigold Vodden, 2012

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