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Betton & Evans (1806-1861)

Formed of a partnership of John Betton of Shrewsbury (1765-1849), who began making stained glass in 1806, and his apprentice, David Evans, in 1815. John Betton retired in 1825, but Evans continued to work under the name of the firm, assisted by his sons Charles and William, until his death in 1861.

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firm/studio: Betton & Evans
1823 including fragments from the late fourteenth century
Church of St Deiniol, Worthenbury, Wrexham
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