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Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 58 - 1945 page 13
                              THE MEDIEVAL PAINTED GLASS OF CHILHAM. By C. R. Councer, F.S.A.   Continued

the relevant period, Beatrice (d. 1415) wife of Thomas, fifth Baron de Roos?]
   "In the Western window is the head of an ox, part of the symbol of St. Luke, with the motto SANCTUS LUCAS" [gone].

   One other small fact which emerges from this description should be noted: the Darells and Thwaits shields had already disappeared by 1794. Had they been still there it is very unlikely that the careful Cozens would not have noted them.

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