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Abbreviations used for studios/artists
docDocumentedPrimary source to support the attribution.
litLiteratureSecondary source to support the attribution.
sgnSignedThe window is signed with name, initials or mark.
attribAttributedA likely attribution.
defDefinitelyThe attribution is made with confidence.
Abbreviations used for dates
docDocumentedPrimary source to support the given date.
litLiteratureSecondary source to support the given date.
sgnSignedDate appearing on the glass along with the signature or mark.
inscInscribedA date formally painted as part of the inscription.
plaqPlaqueA date appearing on a plaque nearby.
memMemorialA 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.
circaCircaA likely date.
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Drummaul
St Brigid
Reference: 015460
Group: Drummaul
Diocese: Connor

Randalstown
County Antrim
Northern Ireland
ITM Ref: 707874,890314
OSIG Ref: 308390
GPS Ref: 54.749250,-6.324364 Show map
Parish Church
Surveyed: 2013-03-26

Nave, tower with flanking wings in manner of Semple, circa 1825. S aisle, roofed transversely with three gables, Welland & Gillespie, 1869. 3-bay EE arcade, Dec windows. Chancel, 1870s, 3-light Dec E window, encaustic pavements.

Architect involved:
Welland and Gillespie
Drummaul
St Brigid
Reference: 015460

W01
chancel; east
Three lancets, 2240mm x 580mm; 2340mm x 590mm; 2240mm x 580mm, one cinquefoil, two 6-foils and 4 small tracery-lights.

Patronage: In memory of Arthur Edward Bruce O'Neill.

artist Child, Alfred Ernest (1875-1939) (sgn)
date 1923 (sgn)

studio An Tur Gloine; Dublin (doc)
artist Child, Alfred Ernest (1875-1939) (doc)
An Tur Gloine, List of Principal Windows, 1903-1928, National Gallery of Ireland, Centre for Study of Irish Art

Iconography
Drummaul
St Brigid
Reference: 015460

W15
nave; north; east-most
One opus sectile tablet, 550mm x 310mm on wall adjacent to east-most window.

Patronage: In memory of Arthur Edward Bruce O'Neill.

This is a glass mosaic tablet, not a stained-glass window.

studio James Powell & Sons; London (doc)
date 1922 (doc)
Archives of James Powell & Sons, Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Iconography