November 29th, 2018

Spetchley - Broughton hackett - Churchill - Upton Snodsbury - Grafton Flyford - North Piddle - Warwick (see also February 4th 2017)

Armorial Bearings
in a recessed surround

All Saints' Church, Spetchley
East Window in Memory of Charles Hankins and Mary Morgan by Francis W. Skeat, 1971
St Leonard's Church, Broughton hackett
St Michael's Church, Churchill
Church Micro 4529
Queen Victoria Royal Coat of Arms
St Michael's Church, Churchill
Remembrance Day Poppy Display
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Remembrance Day Poppy Display
St Mary's Church, Warwick
War Memorial Window, St Mary's Church, Warwick - unveiled in 1952

Regiment on parade wearing red and gilt uniforms, dating from C17th-C18th. Warwick forest behind, Warwick Castle on the left and Warwick Churchon the right. At the top of the left light is depicted St Anne and the Virgin Mary. At the top right of the right light is St George slaying the dragon. The central light has the regimental badge at the centre and is surrounded by the names of the theatres of battle

St Mary's Church, Warwick
Christmas Tree Display
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Hatchment of the Earl of Warwick
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Hatchment of Henry Richard Greville, 3rd Earl of Warwick
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Hatchment of the Earl of Warwick
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Hatchment of a member of the Staunton family
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Hatchment of a member of the Staunton family
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Hatchment of the Earl of Warwick
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Memorial Brass
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Ledger Stone of
Henry Puckering, 1700
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Archway to the
Beauchamp Chapel
St Mary's Church, Warwick

Ornately Painted Clock c.1700 Inscribed with the Motto Vigilate et Orate (watch and pray)
St Mary's Church, Warwick

View of the Organ through the chancel arch. Organ by by Thomas Schwarbrick, 1717
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Queen Anne
Royal Coat of Arms
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Alabaster and Marble Altar Tomb of Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick 1528-1590
St Mary's Church, Warwick
The Warwick Bear at the foot of
Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick's Tomb
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Ambrose Dudley (detail)
Earl of Warwick
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Altar Tomb of Thomas Beauchamp,
Earl of Warwick 1313-1369
and Katherine, Countess of Warwick
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Thomas and Katherine Beauchamp (detail)
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester 1533-1588
and Letice, Countess of Leicester
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Tomb of Richard Beauchamp,
Earl of Warwick 1382-1439
C15th latten sculpture, modelled and cast by William Austen of London, gilded and engraved by Bartholomew Lambespring
St Mary's Church, Warwick
At the foot of the Beauchamp tomb.
On the left the Beauchamp Bear and on the right, the Despenser Griffin of his second wife
Isabel Despenser
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Richard Beauchamp (detail)
Earl of Warwick
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Around the sides of the Beauchamp tomb are niches containing fourteen figures or ‘weepers’
interspersed with angels and miniature bears
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Coat of Arms on the tomb of Dudley Knollys
St Mary's Church, Warwick
High Altar Reredos
depicting the Nativity by William Butterfield, 1886
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Banners in the Regimental Chapel
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Angel Corbel over the
Beauchamp Chapel entrance
St Mary's Church, Warwick
Poppy Display in the Nave
St Mary's Church, Warwick
The East Gate Pillar Box Cast in 1856
Warwick
Doorway to the East Gate and St Peter's Chapel, Warwick

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