St John the Baptist, Cardiff, by W. F. Dixon. 1891. This highly elaborate three-light window shows Jesus talking to the woman of Samaria, who is holding her pitcher and listening attentively. The "Stained Glass in Wales" site suggests that the two figures on the right may be St Peter and St John., in
The inscription informs us the window was given by Margaret Watson in memory of her husband George and son Dominick McGettrick, 1891. They must have been a prominent family: Dominick McGettrick Watson was a town councillor, see Matthews 89). Harpist angels kneel on either side of the inscription.
Links to Related Material: Dixon's Other Windows in St John the Baptist
- Jesus and Mary Magdalene at the House of Simon the Leper
- Jesus as the Good Shepherd Meeting the Sick, Blind and Lame
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"Christ with the Woman of Samaria." Gwydr Lliw yng Nghymru (Stained Glass in Wales). Web. 19 January 2023.
Matthews, John Hobson, ed. Cardiff records; being materials for a history of the county borough from the earliest times. Cardiff, 1898. Internet Archive. Contributed by Allen County library Genealogy Center in America. Web. 19 January 2023.
Created 19 January 2023