|Abbreviations used for studios/artists|
|doc||Documented||Primary source to support the attribution.|
|lit||Literature||Secondary source to support the attribution.|
|sgn||Signed||The window is signed with name, initials or mark.|
|attrib||Attributed||A likely attribution.|
|def||Definitely||The attribution is made with confidence.|
|Abbreviations used for dates|
|doc||Documented||Primary source to support the given date.|
|lit||Literature||Secondary source to support the given date.|
|sgn||Signed||Date appearing on the glass along with the signature or mark.|
|insc||Inscribed||A date formally painted as part of the inscription.|
|plaq||Plaque||A date appearing on a plaque nearby.|
|mem||Memorial||A date of death appearing either on the glass or on a plaque nearby; note that the date of installation of a window could vary greatly from the memorial date.|
|circa||Circa||A likely date.|
Republic of Ireland
ITM Ref: 640624,677422
OSIG Ref: 241177
GPS Ref: 52.846196,-7.396940
Early nineteenth century on ancient site. East window opening by J.F. Fuller, 1906. Estate church of Castle Durrow. Important eighteenth-century English organ by Samuel Green (1740-96).
Fuller, James Franklin (1835-1925)
W01chancel; apse; eastThree lancets, 2130mm x 640mm, one cinquefoil and six panel tracery-lights.
Patronage: Ashbrook.New window-opening reported in Irish Builder, 48, 1906, p850.
Ernest R. Suffling; London
W06nave; north; 2nd from eastTwo lancets, 2080mm x 610mm and six tracery-lights.
Irish Stained Glass; Dublin
W07nave; north; east-mostTwo lancets, 2620mm x 560mm and one tracery-light.
Heaton, Butler & Bayne; London