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Key to Glass
1.The window in the north wall of the chancel depicts the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) and is dedicated to Samuel Robert Cooper (1863-1865).
An ornate brass tablet on the wall to the left of the window reads:
This window is dedicated to the Glory of God,
In memory of Samuel Robert, third son of
Samuel Thomas Cooper and Anne his wife of
Bulwell Hall, Notts., born viii March mdccclxiii,
died xiii April mdccclxv.
“Of such is the kingdom of heaven”
The window in the south wall of the chancel has stained glass in the quatrefoil.
The windows in the south aisle show scenes from the life of Jesus.
The easternmost window in the south wall of the south aisle is dedicated to Albert Richards, a former churchwarden.
An inscription at the bottom-right of the window reads:
RESTORED 1975 IN MEMORY OF ALBERT RICHARDS
FOR 25 YEARS CHURCHWARDEN OF THIS PARISH
The subject of the window in the centre of the south wall of the south aisle is 'Suffer the little children to come unto me.'
The window commemorates Edith Ward who died in 1928. The inscription at the bottom of the window reads:
|To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Edith, wife of
the Rev: T. M. Ward M.A. At rest Jany 31st 1928
6.The westernmost window shows the Last Supper.
The lefthand light is captioned 'Take eat, this is my body' and the righthand light is captioned 'The sacrifice of the Lord's passover.'
This two-light window in the south wall of the West Room contains decorative stained glass.
The window in the west wall of the west room was restored in 1951 in memory of a former churchwarden, John Severn, who died the previous year.
A metal plaque nearby reads:
In memory of John Severn (1878 – 1950)
Churchwarden 1933 – 1950
This window was restored during the year 1951
by many Friends in Thanksgiving for his life -
long service to Bulwell Parish Church and was
re-dedicated on Remembrance Sunday,
November 11th 1951.
The west window depicts The Blessed Virgin Mary.
Windows 10-12 are by Michael Stokes (MDS Stained Glass Ltd).
10.The window was donated by Ken and Jean Watkin in memory of their two sons, Christopher and David, who had both died at a young age. It was installed in 2005.
The inscription at the bottom reads:
IN MEMORY OF CHRISTOPHER JOHN WATKIN 1952-62 & DAVID ASHLEY WATKIN 1961-2003
The stained glass window was installed in 1990 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Dunkirk Evacuation.
The inscription reads:
THE NOTTINGHAMSHIRE BRANCH OF THE 1940 DUNKIRK VETERANS ASSOCIATION
THE MIRACLE OF DUNKERQUE
12.The easternmost window in the north wall of the north aisle commemorates members of the Holland family and was installed in 1992.
The inscription reads:
Dora Holland 1887 – 1930
Neil Holland 1890 – 1967
Dora Saunders 1924 – 1989
The east window of the north aisle is dedicated to members of the Allcock family.
The inscription at the bottom of the window reads:
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY
OF CHARLES ALLCOCK OF BULWELL
DIED THE 4TH OF AUGUST 1860 AGED 71 AND
HANNAH HIS WIFE WHO DIED THE 5TH MARCH
AGED 32 AND OF CHARLES ALLCOCK
WHO DIED THE 17TH OF NOVEMBER
1872 AGED 47 AND CATHERINE HIS WIFE
AND THEIR YOUNGEST SON WHO
DIED THE 23RD OF JANUARY 1866 AGED 37