Stained Glass of the Church of All Saints, North Street, York: Picture 3(f) ST MICHAEL AND ST JOHN WINDOW
This is the eastern window in the south wall and was reconstructed from fragments in 1965. The two figures are St Michael on the left and St John the Evangelist on the right. Not much left of St Michael who 'was' wearing full armour slaying a blue dragon and weighing souls on a pair of scales. St John is holding a palm and his eagle symbol. The window was probably paid for by James Bagley, a rector who died in 1441 and four of his parishioners including Robert Chapman and his wife. Sir James, the Chapmans and another couple are kneeling in the bottom panes of the window.
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