Lady Chapel Windows
The three two-light windows in the Lady Chapel were erected in memory of Captain Thomas Llewellyn Morgan of the Royal Horse Artillery, the younger brother of Colonel Morgan, who died in 1921. They were the bequest of his widow who died in 1925 and were installed in 1926, again the work of Archibald Nicholson.
The east window shows the Annunciation. The windows in the south wall depict the girlhood of Mary in one window (shown reading the Book of Isaiah open at the Ecce virgo passage in one light, with her mother St Anne in the other) and in the other, Eve being expelled from the Garden of Eden by an angel with a flaming sword, an allusion to Mary as the second Eve. This window also incorporates the badge of the Royal Horse Artillery.