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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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Slane
St Patrick
Reference: 120940

W01
sanctuary; east
Four lancets, 2690mm x 380mm; 2920mm x 380mm; 2920mm x 380mm; 2690mm x 380mm and three tracery lights.

Patronage: George Henry Conygham.

Lower section obscured by reredos.

studio Lavers, Barraud & Westlake; London (def)
artist Westlake, Nathaniel Hubert John (1833-1921) (def)
date 1882 (mem)

Iconography
Slane
St Patrick
Reference: 120940

W02
nave; south; east-most
One lancet 2440mm x 1040mm with fanlight over.

Patronage: Charles Willington Lane.

studio Heaton, Butler & Bayne; London (def)
date 1918 (memplaq)

Iconography
Slane
St Patrick
Reference: 120940

W05
nave; north; west-most
One lancet, 1930mm x 1030mm with fanlight over.

Patronage: John Jocelyn Bourke.

Archive has Read as designer of St Patrick. The two figures have been removed from a window at Painestown Chuch and unsuitably set in coloured quarries.

studio James Powell & Sons; London (doc)
date 1905 (doc)
Archives of James Powell & Sons, Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Iconography
Slane
St Patrick
Reference: 120940

W06
nave; north; east-most
One lancet 1950mm x 1040mm with fanlight over,.

Patronage: Lady Fanny Lambert.

The window was moved from Painestown Church. The lower part has been lost.

studio Curtis, Ward & Hughes; London (def)
artist Parlby, George Measures (1856-1954) (def)
date 1898 (mem)

Iconography