Wailes and Strang


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William Wailes Blue Plaque, Saltwell Park, Gateshead

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Hexham Abbey

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Thomas Rankin Strang

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Stained glass window, St Laurences church, Corringham

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He must increase, and I decrease...

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Stained glass window, St George's Church, Benenden

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Tenby: St Mary

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IMGP3933

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St Peter's Church, Hinton Road, Bournemouth, Dorset

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Ely Cathedral, I, kneeling figure of Bishop Sparke, donor of the East window, William Wailes, 1857

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Dunnington, St Nicholas, South window in extension, Wailes, 1847

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Jesus scourged - St Cuthbert's, Crayke

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William Wailes (1808 - 1876)
- Overview About William Wailes William Wailes was a renowned stained glass manufacturer. He built his home, Saltwell Towers in Gateshead in 1862. William Wailes, (1808–1881), was the proprietor of one of ...
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Stained Glass Windows

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