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Dunsby Thanksgiving

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Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:All Saints Church- East Window

Parish:Dunsby

Type of Memorial:Window

Materials Used:Glass

Description:Stained glass window at the east end of the chancel of the parish church of Dunsby. 2.1m wide in total, each light is 0.5m wide. The vertical height to beginning of arch is approx 1.4m, the height of the arch is another 1.4m (approx) giving total height to centre of arch of approx 2.8m. Painted inscription in bottom right of window.

Inscription:To the Glory of God/ and in memory of/ James and Fanny Atkinson,/ this window is erected by their daughter/ Ulsula Lawrence Atkinson/ and as a thank offering for Peace/ after years of War 1914 1919/

Sources Used:Faculty Book 13, page 225, dated 5th November 1918.

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