The North Aisle Windows
The first window in the north aisle is a modern stained glass window dating from 1960, in memory of Blanche Collins from Littleton. The second already mentioned above, is the memorial to the Rev Charles Mack. The remaining two windows are both by Charles Kempe. One contains the famous lines from the "Crucifixion", " Is it nothing to you, all ye that pass by", and is in memory of Richard Henry Williams Currie of Boughton Hall, Captain in the 6th Dragoon Guards & his young son of the same name who died aged 6 months. Richard was born in the Vicarage at Adderley on the Cheshire/Shropshire border and his father had once been a curate at St James' Christleton.

Capt.Richard was closely related by marriage to former Rector Rev Arthur Alyn Guest Williams as Elizabeth Currie of Boughton Hall a great beauty of her day, had married John Williams of Gwersyllt Park near Wrexham in the late 1700's. Another link with Christleton was created when Townsend Ince from Christleton Hall married Mary Currie but when Mary died suddenly aged 25yrs, he married Lucy Anne Ince who is commemorated in the next window. This shows "Jesus being arrested", and is one of two windows in church, in memory of Lucy Anne Ince who died in 1903 aged 93years.