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 St Stephen, Great Wigborough.

North nave window by Hardman & Co. which commemorates Frederick George Theobald, Captain in the Kings Own Royal Lancaster Regiment who in 1914 was killed in action. The window depicts in the left light St Michael, holding scales in his right hand to weigh souls based on their deeds during their life on earth. In his left hand is perhaps a spear which is impaled ...
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St Stephen, Great Wigborough.
North nave window by Hardman & Co. which commemorates Frederick George Theobald, Captain in the Kings Own Royal Lancaster Regiment who in 1914 was killed in action. The window depicts in the left light St Michael, holding scales in his right hand to weigh souls based on their deeds during their life on earth. In his left hand is perhaps a spear which is impaled in the mouth of a dragon, representing Satan. In the left light is St George.
[Chris Parkinson]
Date: 25 January 2019      


Photo: Mersea Museum - Chris Parkinson
Image ID CPK_GWG_003
Category 1 Places-->Wigborough
Category 2 War-->World War 1


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This image is part of the Mersea Museum Collection.