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First Presbyterian Church, Red Bank, New Jersey

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The meaning of the site and item attributes is explained in the glossary.

Site Id: 30.58.1
Rating: Nothing
Address: Broad Street and Reckless Place
Location: Red Bank, New Jersey 07701, USA
Lat/Lng: 40.34712, -74.06501 (approx)
Tiffany 1910: Not listed
Duncan 1980: Not listed
Tiffany 1897: Not listed
Tiffany 1893: Not listed
Tiffany 1886: Not listed
Completeness: High
Building status: No more
Building date: 1910-1911 [RBR1911]
Architect:
Also of interest: 1913 Rogan Memorial Window, "Come Unto Me", by Benjamin Sellers [LBDR1912, RBR1913]

Site Items

30.58.1.1: War Memorial Window: Daniel in the Lions' Den (1920) (Unknown)
30.58.1.2: Washburn Memorial Window: Cherub Heads (1927) (Unknown)

Item 30.58.1.1

Glossary (of terms) and References (as found in square brackets [...])

Status: Unknown
Confidence: High
Memorial name: War Memorial Window
Theme: Daniel in the Lions' Den [RBR1919, LBDR1919, RBR1920B, NYS1920, CONT1920]
Tiffany 1910: Not listed
Duncan 1980: Not listed
Tiffany 1897: Not listed
Signature:
Other documentation: [RBR1919, LBDR1919, RBR1920B, NYT1920, NYS1920]
Record type: Window
Designer:
Memorial details: Members of the church who served in the Great War (World War I) [RBR1919, LBDR1919, LBDR1920, RBR1920B, NYT1920, NYS1920, CONT1920]
Specifically Benjamin L. Atwater, Daniel H. Applegate, Jr., Clarence E. Boughton, Millard F. Cornwell, Jr., J. Clinton Doremus, A. Irving Doremus, Thomas P. Doremus, J. Lester Eisner, Victor Eisner, Andrew M. Englert, Ch. D., Hubert M. Farrow, Arthur V. Gregory, George C. Hance, William H. Hendrickson, Jr., Harold A. Johnson, Edward J. Jarvis, Arthur F. Jacobus, Jr., Robert A. Kennedy, Gardner P. Lloyd, Edward S. Lloyd, Edgar N. McClees, David M. P. Magee, M. D., Charles D. Otterson, John S. Read, Edgar T. Randolph, Howard G. Rosevelt, Walter A. Rullman, M. D., William C. Stinson, D. D., Paul Stinson, J. Leon Turkington, J. Ward Vanderveer, George H. White, W. Roy White [RBR1920B, LBDR1920]
Donor: mostly the brotherhood of the church [RBR1919, LBDR1919, LBDR1920, RBR1920B, CONT1920]
Date: Dedicated 30 May 1920 [RBR1920A, RBR1920B]
Size:
Inscription: In honor of the brotherhood and members of the First Presbyterian Church who served in the world war, A.D. 1914-1918. I behold till the thrones were cast down. The saints of the most high shall take the kingdom forever. [NYT1920, NYS1920]
On bronze tablets on either side of the window: Tablet 1: Benjamin L. Atwater, Daniel H. Applegate, Jr., Clarence E. Boughton, Millard F. Cornwell, Jr., J. Clinton Doremus, A. Irving Doremus, Thomas P. Doremus, J. Lester Eisner, Victor Eisner, Andrew M. Englert, Ch. D., Hubert M. Farrow, Arthur V. Gregory, George C. Hance, William H. Hendrickson, Jr., Harold A. Johnson, Edward J. Jarvis, Arthur F. Jacobus, Jr.; Tablet 2: Robert A. Kennedy, Gardner P. Lloyd, Edward S. Lloyd, Edgar N. McClees, David M. P. Magee, M. D., Charles D. Otterson, John S. Read, Edgar T. Randolph, Howard G. Rosevelt, Walter A. Rullman, M. D., William C. Stinson, D. D., Paul Stinson, J. Leon Turkington, J. Ward Vanderveer, George H. White, W. Roy White. [LBDR1920]
Category: Daniel; War Memorial
Location: side facing Reckless Place [RBR1919, LBDR1919]
Cost: $3000 [RBR1919, LBDR1919, LBDR1920, RBR1920B, CONT1920]

Item 30.58.1.2

Glossary (of terms) and References (as found in square brackets [...])

Status: Unknown
Confidence: High
Memorial name: Washburn Memorial Window
Theme: Cherub Heads [RBR1927, TS1927]
Tiffany 1910: Not listed
Duncan 1980: Not listed
Tiffany 1897: Not listed
Signature:
Other documentation: [TS1927, RBR1927]
Record type: Window
Designer:
Memorial details: Eliza Emma Lott Washburn (1835 - Jul 1864) [RBR1927, TS1927, FINDAGRAVE, WASH1937]
Donor: her daughter, Eliza Ella Washburn (Mrs. Albert) Barnes [RBR1927, TS1927, FINDAGRAVE, WASH1937]
Date: Installed ca. Mar 1927 [RBR1927]
Size:
Inscription: In Memoriam / Eliza Emma Lott Washburn / by / Mrs. Albert Barnes / 1927 [RBR1927]
Category: Cherubs
Location: above the doors between the Sunday school and the church [RBR1927]
Comment: Mrs. Barnes died 1 Jan 1926 so presumably this was a bequest in her will [FINDAGRAVE, WASH1937, DEDUCED]
Trinity Church, Ossining, NY (SITE:3.87.2) has a design drawing for the window (Mrs. Barnes lived in Ossining) [TS1927, RBR1927]

References

CONT1920: The Continent (24 Jun 1920, p. 879)
DEDUCED: Deduced from other information
DUNC1980: Tiffany Windows, Alastair Duncan (1980)
FINDAGRAVE: Findagrave.com, for deducing biographical or genealogical information
LBDR1912: Long Branch Daily Record (18 Dec 1912, p. 5)
LBDR1919: Long Branch Daily Record (11 Sep 1919, p. 2)
LBDR1920: Long Branch Daily Record (1 Jun 1920, p. 1)
NYS1920: New York Sun (30 May 1920, p. 10)
NYT1920: New York Times (6 Jun 1920, Section 6, p. 5)
RBR1911: Red Bank Register (12 Apr 1911, p. 11)
RBR1913: Red Bank Register (26 Mar 1913, p. 1)
RBR1919: Red Bank Register (10 Sep 1919, p. 9)
RBR1920A: Red Bank Register (26 May 1920, p. 11)
RBR1920B: Red Bank Register (2 Jun 1920, p. 11)
RBR1927: Red Bank Register (23 Mar 1927, p. 16)
TIFF1886: Announcement in American Architect and Building News, Tiffany Glass Company (6 Feb 1886)
TIFF1893: Chicago Exposition booklet, Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company (1893)
TIFF1897: A List of Windows: And Extracts from Letters & Newspapers, Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company (1897)
TIFF1910: A Partial List of Tiffany Windows, Tiffany Studios (1910)
TS1927: Tiffany Studios design drawing (courtesy Trinity Church, Ossining, NY and Joe Keating) (ca. 1927)
WASH1937: The Richard Washburn Family Genealogy, Ada C. Haight (1937, p. 403-404)

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