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Window of five cinquefoil lights with tracery of 15th century rectilinear form.
Eight tracery lights of angels playing various musical instruments with the two centre lights having an inscription in black Gothic lettering on white ground:
In loving memory of our parents and
The five main lights depict the Ascension of Christ, with an inscription across all of them reading (from John 20.17):
I ascend unto my Father and your Father and to my God and your God
The lights appear all to be separate memorial donations. They carry the following inscriptions (numbering from left to right)
The left-hand light depicts the Resurrection. Below is a supplicant before a ruler (possibly Joseph of Arimathea requesting the body of Jesus ?)
The centre light shows the Ascension. Below is the angel speaking to the women at the empty tomb.
The right-hand light shows the descent from the cross. Below is the risen Christ appearing to Mary Magdalene.
Across all three lights is the inscription in black Gothic on white ground:
In memory of Robert Ramsden died Sepr xiv 15th 1865
(There seems to be some confusion over the date)
12Single lancet window of glass, predominantly yellow stain, and mixed design. The date of the glass is uncertain, but some may be medieval, possibly supplemented with glass from broken windows. The symbols in the roundels suggest dates of the 14th or 15th century, though of course such may have been copied by later craftsmen.
The clerestory windows are each made up of three cinquefoil lights and are glazed with plain glass and have 15th Century tracery.