St James's Church, Hampton Hill

Mosaics


There are four beautifully worked mosaics, each surrounded by a marble border, at the east end of both the north and south aisles. The Mosaic of St James was unveiled and dedicated on Sunday December 21st as a memorial to the late Miss Jane Barnard, a prominent parishioner described as “Mr Job’s right hand”. A second memorial to her was a cross in the churchyard.


Mosaic of Christ the King

Christ the King
in memory of
W Jakeman
(north aisle)

Mosaic of St. James

St James
in memory of
Jane Barnard
(north aisle)

Mosaic of St. Michael

St Michael
in memory of
Captain Isdell
(south aisle)

Mosaic of Mother & Child

Mother & Child
in memory of
Mrs Isdell
(south aisle)

Inscribed: AMDG In loving memory of Christopher John Wallace Jakeman MIME
Died 3rd Jan 1928 in his 85th year
Also of Eliza his wife
Died 10th July 1918 aged 75 years

Inscribed: To the Glory of God
In memory of Jane Barnard who died 31st March 1913
For many years a most devoted and unselfish Parish Worker
Erected by her many friends
"in Thy presence is fulness of joy"
Inscribed: To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Charles Wynn Isdell, Captain the late 44th East Sussex Regt. He served in the Crimea, was a Masonic Knight Templar of the order of St John of Jerusalem, and for many years Churchwarden of this church. Only son of Lieut. C Wynn Isdell R.N. Born 4th April 1838. Entered into his rest 28th July 1905. This tablet is erected by his wife, children and relatives. "Be then faithful unto death & I will give thee a crown of life"

Inscribed: To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Henrietta Eliza wife of Capt Charles Isdell.
Born 3rd July 1848 at rest 29th July 1922. Also their dearly beloved only son Charles Henry Wynn entered into his rest at Nairobi British East Africa 11th May 1917, aged 43.
"So He bringeth them into the Haven where they would be"


St James's Church
The Parish Church of St James, Hampton Hill, TW12 1DQ
Main site: stjames-hamptonhill.org.uk