Boxgrove Priory
Boxgrove
Boxgrove Priory commissioned a stained glass window as a memorial to the American, William Meade Lindsley Fiske.

Affectionately known as 'Billy Fiske', he was a pilot officer of the 601 Squadron, who at the age of only 29 gave his life in the Battle of Britain. He is buried at Boxgrove Priory.

The heavily etched glass design represents loyalty and the triumph of friendship, and the linking of two nations through the laying down of a life in brave and committed service. This is the message held within the art.

The window was installed in 2008.
Boxgrove Priory installed a stained glass window by artist Mel Howse in memorial to Billy Fiske American pilot and 601 Squadron
 
Stained glass window in memorial to Billy Fiske at Boxgrove Priory.
Stained glass window in memorial to Billy Fiske at Boxgrove Priory.
Boxgrove Priory, West Sussex.
Stained glass window in memorial to Billy Fiske at Boxgrove Priory.
Stained glass window in memorial to Billy Fiske at Boxgrove Priory.
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