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Lydiard Tregoze, St Mary's

The E window is by Abraham van Linge of c.1630 with the two St Johns — Evangelist and Baptist — a pun on the name of the donor. St John St John Tregoze, who is also commemorated at Battersea Parish Church; between the two saints is an olive tree with coats-of-arms that relate the descent of the manor from Ewyas to St John Tregoze; three further coats at the bottom. Earlier remains and fragments (mostly C15) can be seen in a number of windows, notably the C14 king with a sword, various shields of arms and grisaille in the S chancel, canopy tops made of a trio of angels in the heads of some lights in the N windows, and a group of angels beneath one of these. There are some tracery light figures on the S side including St Blaise.