James Collingwood Evans died in Flanders in 1915 at the age of 23. The window was dedicated on 11th May 1917. The landscape of the window is painted in rich dark colours. In the lower half is an empty trench. The angels come seeking in vain for the dead. Not far distant are the flaming ruins of Ypres. Above are the angels of victory and justice, one bearing a palm for the patriot and the other, the scroll of justice. At the bottom left are a bunch of thistles, a reminder that Evans served in the Liverpool Scottish Regiment. The angel on the left points to a regimental cap lying on the ground, a poignant reminder of the man to whom the window is dedicated. The key to the whole allegory is in the scroll “until the day break and the shadows flee away”.