John E. S. Pankhurst, the great great grandson of James Sinclair Beckham of Bell & Beckham, has kindly shared his annotated transcription of the firm's catalogue with readers of the Victorian Web. Spelling and details are as listed in the catalogue and notes and expanded names of buildings in brackets are by the author. Asterisks denote Mr. Pankhurt has relevant correspondence.
St Augustine of Canterbury, 117 Queen’s Gate, London, SW7 5LW
- Two lights: Solomon and Sheba
BSMGP Journal (1996): 29.
Salisbury Cathedral, 6 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2EJ
“While most of the glass in S19 appears to be of 19th Century date (the work of Bell & Beckham for G. E. Street)’ - see ‘Bell & Beckham articles’
St John, Snods Edge, Shotley Bridge, Northumberland*
- Five single lights:
- Our Lord
- St Lucy
- St John
- St Mary
- St Thomas
The Builder magazine, 85 (1903): 300 – see ‘Bell & Beckham articles’
Christ Church Cathedral, Christchurch Place, Dublin, Ireland*
- Heraldic grisaille glass in the nave clerestory
Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland - see ‘Bell & Beckham articles’
Christ Church Mayfair, Down Street, London W1
- Angels in three tiers
‘Church stained glass windows – recorded by Robert Eberhard’ – source ‘Building News 27 Oct 1905’.
St Michael, Lawhitton [Cornwall, PL15 9NQ]
- The Ascension
- St Michael : Gabriel
Empire Theatre, Leicester Square, London
- Stained glass by Bell & Beckham
Opening night programme 17th April 1884. Theatre closed and demolished 22nd January 1927 – rebuilt and reopened 8th November 1928.
All Saints Church, Harley Lane, Gussage All Saints, Dorset, BH21 5ET*
- East window
Nikolaus Pevsner, The Buildings of England, Dorset: – see ‘Bell & Beckham articles’
Church website: ‘The East window by Bell & Beckham, was installed in 1909 in memory of Rev Waldey.’
Last modified 11 December 2013