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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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Richhill
St Matthew
Reference: 011040

W01
chancel; east
Three lancets, 2440mm x 580mm and seven tracery-lights.

Patronage: In memory of Isabella Richardson "by whose wish this chancel was erected".

studio Alexander Gibbs & Co.; London (attrib)
date 1862 (insc)

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Richhill
St Matthew
Reference: 011040

W02
nave; south; east-most
Two lancets, 3350mm x 580mm and one tracery-light.

Patronage: In memory of John Jackson.

studio Mayer & Co.; Munich (def)
date 1890 (mem)

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Richhill
St Matthew
Reference: 011040

W03
nave; south; 2nd from east
Two lancets, 3340mm x 580mm and one tracery-light.

Patronage: In memory of Mackie.

studio Solaglas Caldermac; Lisburn (sgn)
date 1991 (sgn)

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Richhill
St Matthew
Reference: 011040

W05
nave; north; west-most
Two lancets and three tracery. Predellas measure 600mm x 500mm.

Patronage: In memory of Louisa Bacon of Richhill.

Obstructed by gallery.

artist Cameron, James (b. 1837) (attrib)
date 1880 (circa)

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Richhill
St Matthew
Reference: 011040

W09
north transept; north
Three lancets, 2290mm x 510mm, two quatrefoils and four trefoils.

Patronage: In memory of Louisa Bacon of Richhill, given by Lt. Col. Richardson, Earl of Gosford.

The window is designed by the little-known 'James Cameron, Wigmore St, London'.

artist Cameron, James (b. 1837) (sgn)
date 1881 (memplaq)

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