Above. Window depicting St Mary Magdalene (left) St Peter (centre) and St John (right)
Above. Window dedicated to Sandford Tatham and his wife.
The above is a two light window dedicated to Sandford Tatham and his wife. The dedication reads "In memory of Admiral Sandford Tatham Lord of the honor of Hornby & manor of Tatham, who died 24th January 1810 aged 84 yrs. And of Ann his wife, who died 3 April 1812. They are interred in the Chancel of Hornby chapel within the Parish of Melling."
Sandford Tatham was the son of Sandford Tatham (yes! the same name) who was a member of the clergy in Cumberland. Sandford served in the Royal Navy eventually being promoted to Rear-Admiral in 1813. He served in the Navy from June 1746 until June 1846. From 1791 until 1792 Sandford served aboard the Argo, a 44 gun battleship of the Royal Navy, as Commander. From 1793 until 1794, he served aboard the Dromedary, another 44 gun battleship of the Royal Navy, as Commander.
Above. Window depicting St Catherine, Virgin and Martyr and St Wilfrid, Archbishop.
Above. Window depicting St David (left) and Isaiah (right)