The Tatton Chapel East Window dedication is almost contemporaneous with the rebuilding, the theme illustrated being The First Easter Day. It is possible that the stained glass, by Ward and Hughes of London, is of a standard design used in a number of churches [St. Matthew Chapter 28, St. Mark Chapter 16, St. Luke Chapter 24, St. John Chapter 20]
The Tatton Chapel Eastern South Window should be looked as one of a pair with the next window (Western South Window) since both carry the same dedication and the theme of both is the Ascension of Christ. The stained glass may be by Charles Eames Kempe of London. Kempe was one of the leading designers of the Victorian revival of stained glass work in the late 19th century.
The Tatton Chapel Western South Window forms a pair with the previous window described above. Again the stained glass may be by C.E.Kempe as evidenced by the rich colours, the delineation of the figures and the use of peacock feathers in the background [St. Luke Chapter 24, Acts of the Apostles Chapter 1]