Window in S wall of chancel.

Image of the feature "III. Exterior Features: 2. Windows: Windows in N and S walls of chancel" at Marton-cum-Grafton.

by Rita Wood.

Lunn says two small and two larger window heads were found in the old church (Lunn 1879-80, 230). Two of these were re-used for the chancel's N and S windows, a third window head is in the vestry as part of the 'cupboard' (Lunn 1879-80. 234). The fourth window head has not been identified.

The windows re-used in the N and S walls of the chancel are pointed and larger than Romanesque arrowslit windows.