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Women Teaching Children

  Women Teaching Children

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Three-light window. The centre light depicts Mary being taught by St Anne, in the left-hand light Hilda is shown teaching in her monastery at Whitby, and in the right-hand light St Monica teaches her son Augustine.

size: 44 cm (width of each light)
designer: Charles Ford Whitcombe

Church of St Matthew, Buckley, Flintshire
south wall of south aisle

To the Glory of God and in memory of Elizabeth Annie Jacobs headmistress of St Matthew's Girls' School. Born 1865, died 1907.

Record added by Charlene Crampin, edited by Martin Crampin. Last updated on 13-12-2011


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Further reading

J. Clifford Jones, Buckley Parish Church 1822-1972 (Buckley: Buckley St Matthew's Churchwardens and Parochial Church Council, 1974), p. 42-3.


Malcolm Seaborne, Victorian and Later Stained Glass Windows in Flintshire Churches (Mold: 1996), p. 21.


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Martin Crampin (ed.), Stained Glass in Wales Catalogue, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, 2011. (record added by Charlene Crampin) (accessed 29 February 2020)


  Women Teaching Children

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales

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