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 St Mary the Virgin, Salcott cum Virley.

South side of chancel, and now the earliest glass in the church. It is by Kempe in 1897 and depicts the Virgin and child.



The inscription reads

In honour of the Holy Incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ and in memory of Edward Stephenson Starbuck, sometime Rector of this parish, (born 11th April 1851, died 8th Dec. 1878), this window is ...
Cat1 Places-->Salcott & Virley

St Mary the Virgin, Salcott cum Virley.
South side of chancel, and now the earliest glass in the church. It is by Kempe in 1897 and depicts the Virgin and child.

The inscription reads
"In honour of the Holy Incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ and in memory of Edward Stephenson Starbuck, sometime Rector of this parish, (born 11th April 1851, died 8th Dec. 1878), this window is dedicated."

The church had a major restoration 1892-93 and a new chancel was built.


Date: 21 January 2019      

Photo: Mersea Museum - Chris Parkinson
Image ID CPK_SAL_005
Category 1 Places-->Salcott & Virley


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This image is part of the Mersea Museum Collection.