Frederick Preedy (1820-1898)

Worcestershire architect and designer associated with Butterfield and the ecclesiologists. His windows were made by George Rogers between 1850 until 1853, although he became dissatisfied with Rogers' work, and began to make his own glass. His work includes windows in the cathedrals of Worcester, Gloucester and Ely.

Further reading

J. Knowles, 'Glass-Painters 1750–1850 (Part III)' Journal of the British Society of Master Glass-Painters, vol. xiii, no. 3 (1961–2), 516.

Michael Kerney, The Stained Glass of Frederick Preedy (1820-1898): A Catalogue of Designs (London: Ecclesiological Society, 2001).

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   as architect: Church of St Stephen, Old Radnor , Powys

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