St James's Church, Hampton Hill

South aisle carvings and plaques


On the wall by the vestry door hangs a stone tablet of a black cross in memory of Revd Job. It is inscribed:
"This tablet, together with North Window in the chancel is erected in memory of Charles Robert Job.
Vicar 1893-1914."


The stone sculpture at the west end of the south aisle, above the south door is inscribed:

"ASK AND IT SHALL BE GiVEN YOU".


The stone sculpture
at the east end of the south aisle, above the vestry door is inscribred:
"ALLELUIA".


Tablet

Stone tablet
in memory of Revd Job

The stone sculpture

'ALLELUIA'
at the east end of the south aisle
above the vestry door

Vestry door

Vestry door
with its
stone sculpture


Stone sculpture

'Suffer Little Children To Come Unto Me'
at the west end of the south aisle,
above the south door

sculpture

'Ask and it shall be given you'
at the west end of the south aisle
above the south door


Plaque in memory of Charles Hanrott

Plaque in memory of
Charles Hanrott 1895

Plaque in memory od Mr. Cremer

Plaque in memory of
Mr Cremer 1914

Plaque in the south aisle

Plaque in memory of
Fitzroy Fitz Wygram 1882


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