(1) A large 4-light window. All four have the same layout with a panel at the bottom containing a poached egg plant; then a quatrefoil with four different flowers in each – lilies, iris, daisies, and roses; another rectangular panel of poached egg plants; a quatrefoil containing a saint’s head, shoulders and hands holding a scroll; more poached egg plants; and finally a trefoil with golden yellow grass plants. The legend along the bottom reads:
“JOHN DENHOLM. Session. Clerk./ DIED 12TH NOVEMBER 1872// JANET MEIKLE OR DENHOLM/ DIED 30TH APRIL 1877/ THEIR CHILDRENS A——–// TILL THE DAY BREAK AND/ THE SHADOWS FLEE AWAY”.
In the smaller tracery sections are crosses and at the apex two overlapping triangles making a 6-pointed star set in foliage.
Location: North gable over entrance & gallery.
(2) Two large lancet windows with a pointed ellipse between. The left-hand window shows a man holding a sword upright in his right hand; the right-hand one a bearded man. Both men have haloes with small geometric patterns above them. The ellipse contains the white lamb of God. The window is obscured by an organ.
Location: chancel or south gable:
(3) The windows of the nave have the same simple repeating pattern with bands of colour and a roundel of fruit.
G.B. Bailey (2019)