East Window of the Lady Chapel in Holy Trinity, Northwood, by James Powell & Sons (like the east window of the sanctuary). It was installed in 1933 in memory of Francis Egerton Grosvenor, 4th Baron Ebury "A patron of this Living," 1883-1932. Its subjects are the Virgin Mary, top centre, above the annunciation scene, flanked by the visitation — showing Mary with her cousin Elizabeth — on the left, and the presentation of Jesus in the temple on the right. [Click on this and the following images for larger pictures.]

Left: The visitation. Right: Angels holding up the scroll with the memorial inscripition.

The Grosvenor family heraldry occupies the lowest part of the left-hand light, and the inscription to Francis Egerton Grosvenor is in the lower part of the light at the other side. Here can be seen also the Powell sign, the outline figure of a little whitefriar, right in the corner.

Photographs by John Salmon and text by Jacqueline Banerjee. You may use these images without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL, or credit the Victorian Web in a print document.

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Eberhard, Robert. "Stained Glass Windows at Holy Trinity." Church Stained Glass Windows. Web. 25 November 2015.

"List Entry" (for Holy Trinity). Historic England. Web. 25 November 2015.

Created 25 November 2015