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Medieval Stained Glass in Great Britain

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Norfolk: Metton, Parish Church of St Andrew

O.S. TG 198374

St Andrew’s is a small church with an early fourteenth-century west tower, chancel of the same date, nave with fifteenth-century windows, and a north porch of 1911. 1 A collection of five roundels was acquired from and installed in the east chancel window by G. King & Son in 1965 as a memorial to Emily Ketton Cremer, who lived for many years at Metton House. 2

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Pevsner and Wilson 1997, p. 616. Return to context
Metton St Andrew n.d. Return to context
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