These two lancet windows can be seen immediately to the left of the organ. They show two of the "northern saints" - Saint Hilda and Saint Bede.
The Venerable Bede (on the right) was a great writer with over 60 books (scientific, historical and theological) to his credit so it is not surprising that he is often painted with a book and a quill as here. He was buried in the monastery in Jarrow where he was a monk, but in the 11th century his remains were transferred to Durham Cathedral where they rest in the Galilee Chapel.
Saint Hilda founded the abbey at Whitby and is shown carrying a model of the church. She was described by Bede as a woman of great energy, a skilled administrator and teacher with a reputation for profound wisdom. She had the unenviable task of being in the chair for the first Synod of Whitby in 664AD and was much involved in the discussion about the church calendar and the correct date for Easter. Her name lives on as the patron of numerous educational institutions across the Christian world.
The dedication beneath the window reads:
"To the glory of God and in loving memory of Peter and Hannah Graham of this Parish.
Erected by Hannah Graham, their daughter, AD1900."
Hannah Graham was noted for her good works in the village; she was variously Sunday school teacher, librarian, secretary of the clothing club and for twenty years the Rector's Churchwarden.