memorial window

memorial window

In a church, a stained glass window dedicated to the memory of a person or family.
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DEDICATION Matt Busby looks at the stained-glass memorial window in memory of Duncan Edwards at St Francis Church in Dudley
In 2002, a Thomas Brown room and memorial window were installed at The Exchange to honour the hero, who died in a house fire in 1945 when he was just 19.
In 2002, a Thomas Brown room and memorial window were installed at The Exchange to honour the hero, who tragically died in a house fire in 1945 when he was just 19.
In 1990 his son, Derrick, arranged for a memorial window to be installed in the Church of St Peter the Fisherman, Marloes.
The church also has a memorial window to the captain and the crew of the liner Royston Grange destroyed by fire after a collision in the River Plate in 1972.
A memorial window was put in the parish church of St Editha, where the Rev Peel had so briefly served.
They originally formed part of a larger memorial window dedicated to Rev James Miller, minister of Chalmers Church from 1887-1918 and were kindly donated to Bridge of Allan Parish Church by David Miller CBE, grandson of Rev Miller, who was present at the dedication.
From October 30 until November 14, as part of this year's Coventry Peace Festival, the church will be showcasing the areas dedicated to peace and reconciliation - from the prayer of forgiveness from one of the church's earliest patrons, the Black Prince, to the famous War Memorial Window, which honours 98 of the Spon End parish who died in the First World War.
The Palmwoods Memorial Hall Association has received almost $20,000 for the production of a beautiful stained glass memorial window, which will incorporate poppies and the legacy flame into its design.
The senior Orangeman also unveiled a memorial window in tribute to members of the institution from the local area who died during the world wars and the Troubles.