Edinburgh:Mayfield Salisbury Parish Church of Scotland, North Clerestory

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St John, St Peter, Healing

Window of two lancets with a round tracery window.

This window depicts the figures of St. John and St. Peter shown healing a man lame from birth at the gate of the temple called Beautiful in Jerusalem (Acts 3:1-10) with an angel holding a banner above them.

Lancet 1:
‘St John’
Lancet 2:
‘St Peter’
Round Window:

(Information provided by “The Mayfield Salisbury Windows- ‘Thy Story in Glass’.” Dr. Elizabeth Cumming 2010).

Morris Meredith-Williams (1881-1973) Meredith-Williams was born in Glamorgan. He was a painter of watercolours, an illustrator and a stained glass designer. He was married to Gertrude Alice Meredith-Williams, who was a successful artist who designed the frieze in the Scottish National War Monument. (RM 2010)


Related Records:  
Who: Morris Meredith Williams (Artist/Designer)
What: Church of Scotland
Where: 18 West Mayfield, Edinburgh, EH9 1TQ
When: 1928 (installed)
Jul-12 (photograph taken)
Resource Rights Holder: Scottish Stained Glass Trust and Symposium
Record ID: 000-000-769-038-C
Project Ref:
Material: Glass, Lead, Paint, Stain
Dimensions: Approx 1.5 x 0.5m/lancet
Subject/Keywords: Saint John, Saint Peter, Beautiful in Jerusalem, angel, miracle, healing, lame, sandals
Event: Anonymous (Donated by)
Photographer: Elisa Conesa Martinez