St Peter, St John, St James the Greater and St Andrew, by Clayton & Bell. These were all installed in the north aisle of St Peter's, Bournemouth c.1860 (Martin Harrison, in correspondence with the author). They are the westernmost of twelve apostle windows in the lancets along this aisle, all in memory of people who had died recently. St Peter, leading the way, is a memorial window for Major General Jones. And, as with the following eight of this impressive series, each apostle bears a scroll with a text from the Apostle's Creed. St Peter's scroll starts off the creed with its opening words: "I believe in God the Father Almighty." In his other hand, he holds the key to heaven. As the westernmost four windows, they would be seen first by members of the congregation, on entering the church at the west.

Photographs by John Salmon, and text by Jacqueline Banerjee, with later information from Martin Harrison. You may use the images without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or cite the Victorian Web in a print one. [Click on the images to enlarge them.]


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Eberhard, Robert. "Stained Glass Windows at St Peter, Bournemouth" (recorded by Brian Woodruffe, but misattributed). Church Stained Glass Windows. Web. 30 April 2020.

Created 3 May 2020

Misattribution corrected by Martin Harrison 1 November 2023