Miller Windows

The first pair of windows nearest the Lady Chapel, depict St Martha holding keys in her right hand and a basket of bread in her left hand, and St Mary Magdalene holding an ointment vase. These windows were given by Mary and Bertha Miller in memory of their sister Blanche.







The windows adjoining show in the left light a figure of St Cecelia holding in her left arm a six-tubed musical instrument; in the right light a figure of St Helena holding a cross in her right hand and a book in her left hand These windows are in memory of Mary and her son, James Donnison Miller. They were placed here by Mary, Bertha and Blanche Miller. Read the inscriptions on the brass plates beneath these windows.


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