memorial window

memorial window

In a church, a stained glass window dedicated to the memory of a person or family.
References in classic literature ?
"Well, won't you come and see the memorial window?"
Notable features include the altar and its ornamental screen, the World War One memorial window and a range of other impressive stained-glass windows on the north and south of the building.
Less well known is the memorial window they commissioned from Kempe for Buckingham Palace (Fig.
It will be a chance to see a copy of the Black Prince prayer, the Stations of the Cross (commissioned from a firm in Bavaria after WWII) and the War Memorial Window.
Cardiff attack the United goal in Duncan Edwards' debut match, April 1953 Big Dunc laid low with flu on his 21st birthday, November Duncan Edwards in training, August 1954 Matt Busby at the Duncan Edwards memorial window in St Francis Priory, Dudley, August 1961
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.