St Martin's, West Acton, London. This is the fourth window in the north aisle, from the 1930s and 40s. The first two were both given in memory of churchwarden John Hall Morris, the first one, of St John, given by his children in memory of their mother Alice Annie too. That of St Peter was given, in his memory, by the congregation. Touchingly, the light on the right, depicting St Luke with his pestle and mortar for preparing potions, was given in memory of two physicians, by their patients and friends.in
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- St Martin's, West Acton (exterior)
- St Martin's, West Acton (interior)
- Windows by Goddard & Gibbs at St Martin's
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