Stained Glass Windows in Cosgrove Church

Coat of arms in South window

By 1774 the windows in the South wall of the nave and in some other parts of the church had been reglazed, and they bear armorial devices which were tentatively identified as follows during an investigation carried out in the 1950's

The three cinqfoils on the white shield signify the DARCY family, whose connection with the village is obscure as that of any of the foregoing.

The shield marked with a vertical bar between two chevrons would seem to belong to the families of BOMSTEAD or TENDRING, and the red chevron on the yellow background denotes STAFFORD.

The ermine shield with two rings on it, and a black bar across the top bearing three crosses is associated with the WITCHINGHAMS .