All Saints Episcopal Church
213 Madison Ave, Lakewood, NJ 08701-3316

window in the North Transept

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  AHS  1840
AEM  1876

[Feb 7, 1838]
SHP  1890  

symbolism in the North Transept window

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  welcome / enduring welcome
wysteria can live over 100 years
  the four Gospels
  Matthew - winged man
Mark - winged Lion
Luke - winged ox or bull
John - eagle or roc
given in Loving Memory by Mrs. Helen M. Strong
(about Mrs. Strong)
  AHS  1840 (sister) Abby Louisa Hart-Strong, 1814-1840
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Abby married Theron Rudd Strong, 1833.
They named their first born Truman Hart [Strong], 1834-1858.
  AEM  1876 (sister) Anne Elizabeth Mumford, 1816-1876
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  TRUMAN HART  1858 (father) Truman Hart, 1784-1838 (not 1858, see AHS - above)
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  SUSAN C HART  1875 (mother) Susan Carpenter-Hart, 1795-1875
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  SHP  1890 (sister) Susan Augusta Hart-Palmer, 1824-1890
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Also please note the orientation of the pews in the North Transept. Not the best to view the Altar or the Priest during the Service. These pews were free, unnumbered, for people who could not afford to pay for a better seat. In the 1800's, families would pay for a numbered pew in the Nave, where they would always sit. Pew #6 was owned by the Gould family.