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Biscathorpe, St Helen, East Window
Biscathorpe, St Helen, East Window
Biscathorpe, St Helen, East Window

The glass of the east window in St Helen's is 19th century, with a reused centre-piece – a copy of Rubens’s ‘Descent from the Cross’.

July 2012

Biscathorpe, St Helen, window, Rubens
Burgh on Bain, St Helen, window
Burgh on Bain, St Helen, window
Burgh on Bain, St Helen, window

Memorial window depicting Old Testamernt characters Abraham, Moses and Gideon.

The dedication is : "In Affectionate Remembrance of William Hosker Harper"

July 2012

Burgh on Bain, St Helen church, window. William Hoasker Harper, Abraham, Moses, Gideon
Burton by Lincoln, St Vincent, window
Burton by Lincoln, St Vincent, window
Burton by Lincoln, St Vincent, window

Notes to follow

Burton By Lincoln, St Vincent, window
Burton by Lincoln, St Vincent, window
Burton by Lincoln, St Vincent, window
Burton by Lincoln, St Vincent, window

Notes to follow

Burton By Lincoln, St Vincent, window
Epworth, Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, window
Epworth, Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, window
Epworth, Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, window

This stained glass window is in the south wall above the communion area.

It depicts Jesus and his disciples. In the roundel above the main light are the heads of John and Charles Wesley with the well known words of John: "The best of all, God is with us".

October 2016

Epworth, Weelsey Memorial Methodist Church, window stained glass
Glentham, St Peter & St Paul, window
Glentham, St Peter & St Paul, window
Glentham, St Peter & St Paul, window

The window in the north aisle at St Peter and St Paul is the work of Christopher Whall in c.1915.

May 2008

Glentham, St Peter & St Paul, window, Christopher Whall
Great Coates, St Nicholas, east window
Great Coates, St Nicholas, east window
Great Coates, St Nicholas, east window

The three-light east window with its reticulated tracery has stained glass of 1929 by A.K Nicholson.

A panel in the lower part of the window carries this dedication: Remember in the Lord JAMES FRANCIS QUIRK Priest, Rector of this Parish A.D. 1892-1927, in whose memory his friends dedicated this window in honour of the Son of God Incarnate A.D. 1929.

July 2014

Great Coates, St Nicholas church, east window, A K Nicholson, James Francis Quirk
Hackthorn, St Michael
Hackthorn, St Michael
Hackthorn, St Michael
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Hackthorn, St Michael church
Hackthorn, St Michael
Hackthorn, St Michael
Hackthorn, St Michael
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Hackthorn, St Michael church
Hackthorn, St Michael, stained glass
Hackthorn, St Michael, stained glass
Hackthorn, St Michael, stained glass

Memorial window bearing the Cracroft arms.

The inscription reads: In loving memory of Weston Cracroft Amcotts 1888-1975

May 2008

Hackthorn, St Michael church, Weston Cracroft Amcotts, window
Heckington, St Andrew, stained glass
Heckington, St Andrew, stained glass
Heckington, St Andrew, stained glass

The attractive Victorian stained glass of the south window of the south transept.

June 2015

Heckington, St Andrew
Leadenham, St Swithin, Stained Glass
Leadenham, St Swithin, Stained Glass
Leadenham, St Swithin, Stained Glass

This window, at the east end of the north aisle, bears the following dedication:

'To the honour of God in this Church of their native place, this window is dedicated by Colonel John Reeve in loving memory of his Sister Susan Millicent Fane who was interred near the South Porch on the 18th of December 1877'

April 2013

Leadenham, St Swithin, stained glass, John Reeve, Susan Millicent Fane
Little Cawthorpe, St Helen, stained glass
Little Cawthorpe, St Helen, stained glass
Little Cawthorpe, St Helen, stained glass
Little Cawthorpe, St Helen church, stained glass
Messingham,&nbspHoly&nbspTrinity
Messingham, Holy Trinity
Messingham, Holy Trinity

The east window contains stained glass from the 14th to 16th centuries, 'acquired' by Archdeacon Bayley from churches in Lincolnshire, Malvern and Manchester.

Mark Acton, 2017

Messingham, Bayley
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window

Glass designed by Burne-Jones and made in William Morris studio.

Mark Acton, 2010

Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window, Burne Jones, William Morris
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window

Glass designed by Burne-Jones and made in William Morris studio.

Mark Acton, 2010

Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window, Burne-Jones, William Morris
Moulton, All Saints, Window
Moulton, All Saints, Window
Moulton, All Saints, Window

Alfred Stanley Hatt, Headmaster of Moulton Grammar School, 1894-1927, is commemorated in this window on the north side of the nave.

He had a special interest in cricket.

Ken Redmore 2010

Moulton, church, window, Hatt, Grammar School,
Moulton, All Saints, Window
Moulton, All Saints, Window
Moulton, All Saints, Window

Alfred Stanley Hatt, Headmaster of Moulton Grammar School, 1894-1927, is commemorated in this window on the north side of the nave.

His special interest in cricket is recalled in this detail.

Ken Redmore 2010

Moulton, church, window, cricket, Hatt,
Moulton, All Saints, Window
Moulton, All Saints, Window
Moulton, All Saints, Window

Twentieth century stained glass window in All Saints church, Moulton, in memory of the local doctor.

The inscription reads: Remember before God, Thomas Cotton MD, born 1836, died 1917.

Ken Redmore 2010

Moulton, All Saints, window, Cotton,
Nettleham, All Saints, East Window
Nettleham, All Saints, East Window
Nettleham, All Saints, East Window

All Saints' church suffered a serious fire which affected the north aisle roof and much of the chancel.  The east window was badly damaged.

A new east window was designed by John Hayward and completed in 1971.

May 2012

Nettleham, All Saints, window, John Hayward
Raithby cum Maltby, St Peter, glass
Raithby cum Maltby, St Peter, glass
Raithby cum Maltby, St Peter, glass

Stained glass panel on the north side of the nave.

March 2013

Raithby cum Maltby, St Peter, glass
Revesby, St Lawrence, window
Revesby, St Lawrence, window
Revesby, St Lawrence, window

This window in the south aisle of the church depicts Saints James, Peter and John.

The gothic text at the bottom reads:
'This window was presented by the tenants / of Revesby estate as a token of esteem for / Jas Banks Stanhope Esquire of Revesby Abbey.

June 2013

Revesby, St Lawrence, window, Stanhope
Rigsby, St James, stained glass
Rigsby, St James, stained glass
Rigsby, St James, stained glass

The rose window in the west wall of the church has coloured Victorian glass in a repeating pattern.

September 2015

Rigsby, St James church, stained glass
Sausthorpe, St Andrew, stained glass
Sausthorpe, St Andrew, stained glass
Sausthorpe, St Andrew, stained glass

Two windows in the south side of the chancel have stained glass from the Morris studio.

Their date of 1908 is after the deaths of Morris and Burne-Jones.

September 2015

Sausthorpe, St Andrew, William Morris, stained glass
Skillington, St James, memorial window
Skillington, St James, memorial window
Skillington, St James, memorial window

Memorial window to Revd Charles Hudson.

September 2016

Skillington, St James, Charles Hudson
Sleaford, St Denys, stained glass
Sleaford, St Denys, stained glass
Sleaford, St Denys, stained glass

Modern stained glass window in memory of Yvonne Double in the south aisle.

June 2015

Sleaford, St Denys church, stained glass, Double
Southrey, St John the Divine, memorial window
Southrey, St John the Divine, memorial window
Southrey, St John the Divine, memorial window

The memorial window recently fitted in the west wall above the porch entrance. Those shown are:

Trooper George Hemingway, d.1916

Private George Booth, d.1916
Private John Reynolds, d.1914
Lance-Corporal Ben Tate, d.2011
Private Alick Ware, d. 1916
Sapper Harry Amos, d.1917
Private Jim Ellis, d.1917
Flying Officer Reginald Wallace, d,1942

September 2015

Southrey, St John the Divine, war memorial window
Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas, stained glass
Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas, stained glass
Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas, stained glass

One of two windows in the south aisle by H W Harvey*, made in 1966.

August 2016

* H W (Harry) Harvey of York (1923-2011) was an eminent creator of painted or stained glass windows. Some of his 200+ windows can be seen in York MInster.

Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas church, stained glass, H W Harvey
Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas, stained glass
Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas, stained glass
Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas, stained glass

One of two windows in the south aisle by H W Harvey, made in 1966.

August 2016



Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas church, stained glass, H W Harvey
Spilsby, St James, window
Spilsby, St James, window
Spilsby, St James, window

The east window at St James' with reticulated tracery dating from c.1350.

September 2011

Spilsby, St James church
Welton, St Mary, stained glass
Welton, St Mary, stained glass
Welton, St Mary, stained glass

This window in the north side of the nave is a memorial to Dr Richard Smith, born 1530 in Welton.

Smith founded the Blue Coat School in Lincoln and left a substantial legacy to schools in the city.

May 2016

Welton, St Mary church, stained glass, Dr Richard Smith
Welton, St Mary, stained glass
Welton, St Mary, stained glass
Welton, St Mary, stained glass

A memorial window to the RAF. The inscription reads: 'To the Glory of God and in honour of the officers and men of the RAF who died in ther service of their country. Their name liveth for evermore'.

The window was designed and made by Burlison & Grylls (London) and unveiled by the Bishop of Lincoln on 10 May 1921.

May 2016

Welton, St Mary church, stained glass, RAF, Burlison & Grylls
Willoughby, St Helen, window
Willoughby, St Helen, window
Willoughby, St Helen, window

One of two windows at St Helen's, memorials to Captain John Smith (1580-1631), eminent figure in New Engalnd's development, born at Willoughby.

August 2013

Willoughby, St Helen church, window, John Smith
Willoughby, St Helen, window
Willoughby, St Helen, window
Willoughby, St Helen, window

One of two windows at St Helen's, memorials to Captain John Smith (1580-1631), eminent figure in New Engalnd's development, born at Willoughby.

August 2013

Willoughby, St Helen church, window, John Smith
Willoughby, St Helen, window
Willoughby, St Helen, window
Willoughby, St Helen, window

Details from the John Smith memorial window.

The inscription reads: 'Robert Hunt, an honest, religious and clourageous Divine, first administers the Holy Sacrament at Jamestown, Virginia, 21 June 1607'.

August 2013

Willoughby, St Helen church, window, John Smith
Willoughby, St Helen, window
Willoughby, St Helen, window
Willoughby, St Helen, window

Details from the John Smith memorial window.

The inscription reads: 'William Crashaw preaches to members of the Viginia Company in the Temple Church in London on the 21st February 1609'.

August 2013

Willoughby, St Helen church, window, John Smith, William Crashaw
Withcall, St Martin, window
Withcall, St Martin, window
Withcall, St Martin, window

The window high in the west wall of the nave depicts the cathedral of Tours, associated with St Martin.

July 2013

Withcall, St martin church, Tours, window