Jesse window


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Jesse window

A painted window containing a decorative genealogical tree representing the genealogy of Christ.
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And if that was not enough, as luck would have it, in 1788 Old St Chad's fell down, allowing Rowland to rescue the magnificent Tree of Jesse window from the chancel and install it in St Mary's instead.
See the Kaleidoscopic colour of the 14th century Jesse window, and the stories depicted in the "St Bernhard" windows from Germany.
People from across the world come to visit the mediaeval church with its beautiful 16th century Jesse window.
"The Jesse window was installed here originally in the 16th century."
The church's 16th-century Jesse Window is a colourful stained glass depiction of the family tree of Jesus Christ, said to be among the finest in Europe.