Strathmore Aisle Window

Picture Of The Strathmore Aisle Window Transparent GIF Map Showing Glamis Village

This stained glass window, created by the artist Mrs. Emma Butler-Cole Aiken, installed in 2001, is of a more modern style compared to the older windows in the main church.

Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore, commissioned the window in memory of her late husband, Fergus, 17th Earl of Strathmore who died on the 18th August 1987 and also celebrating the marriage of their daughter, Lady Diana Bowes Lyon to Mr. Christopher Godfrey-Faussett on April the 8th 1995 in Glamis Kirk.

The window is a representation of The Wedding In Cana (St. John's Gospel, Chapter 2) and The Casting Of The Net (St. John's Gospel, Chapter 21) as in the New Testament of the Bible, the 17th Earl having been a keen fisherman.

Map appears courtesy of and is the © copyright of Ordnance Survey

Fairtrade support badge 9b PNG Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional Valid CSS! Validated by HTML Validator (based on Tidy)

This website designed by and all photographs are the © copyright of Bob Douglas unless otherwise stated.

[Top of page]
Transparent GIF