Memorial Windows - Camus-Juxta-Bann

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Memorial Windows

Chancel. In memory of Humphrey Ballie.
Presented by Mrs Ballie and her two daughters in 1972. Humphrey was the son of Colonel JR Ballie of Dunderg. I Humphrey Ballie served on the Select Vestry and in 1956 became Rector's Churchwarden. The Rheredos pannelling in the Chancel was provided by Humphrey Ballie in memory of his parents.

North wall 1. In memory of H. Richardson Scott who died on 13 January 1876.

North Wall 2. McMath window.
The McMath families played a prominent part in the life of the Parish for many years. In 1896 brothers James and Joseph McMath of Ballinteer and brother in law Henry McMath of Ringrash joined the Select Vestry. The wife of Joseph McMath was a teacher in the Richardson School in the 1920's and 30's. Joseph McMath served as Churchwarden between 1913 and 1947. He was also a local councillor in 1953 the 12 houses were built at Leardon. Miss Nancy McMath became the first lady to be elected onto the select Vestry in 1933. Nancy was also a Sunday School teacher for 50 years along with her sister Suzannah. Brother Ellis McMath was been a faithful member and had served on the Select Vestry for 32 years at the time of his passing in November 1978.

North wall 3. In memory of Mrs Sinclair.
Presented by the Select Vestry in memory of Mrs Sinclair who passed away in 1906. The window depicts "the woman bringing gifts" and "Dorcas".

The design is by 'Evie Hone'  a highly regarded Dublin artist.  There are very few examples of church windows which she designed and this window is regarded, not only as one of her best, but a National Treasure.

The Sinclair family lived at Dunderg House. James Sinclair had been a member of the congregation for 40 years and had been Rector’s Churchwarden from 1865 and treasurer from 1870. In 1899 the Sinclair family installed a clock in the tower in memory of the late James Sinclair who had passed away in October 1898. The congregation also subscribed to a Prayer Desk in memory of James Sinclair.

South wall 1. In memory of Thomas and Agnes Oliver.
Presented in 1999 by their sons William and Thomas and families. Tommy Oliver Sen. was a member of the congregation since baptism and had been involved in many aspects of the Parish life. Tommy had been a member of the Choir and Select Vestry serving as Peoples Churchwarden in 1966. He passed away in 1975.

South wall 2. In memory of Alfie and Lizzie McClements

South wall 3. Installed by Parishioners and friends in memory of the two Sinclair children Dorothea Alice and Isabella Anne aged 11 and 5 years respectively. The Baptismal Font was also presented in memory of the children. No dates are recorded.

West wall. In memory of Sam and Bridie Smyth window

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