The South Australian Register, Wednesday 8th January 1873, page 6.& The South Australian Register, Thursday 30th January 1873, page 3s.
“ST. ANDREW’S, WALKERVILLE. The congregation of this church have recently had a three-light stone window inserted in the chancel in place of the wooden tracery before filling the opening .The centre light is rather wider than the sides, and all have cusped heads. The jambs have small shafts, with carved and moulded caps and label terminations, and moulded bases resting upon a stone sill and moulded string. Messrs. Brown & Thompson executed the work from drawings by Mr. E. J. Woods. The above window is filled with stained glass by Ferguson & Urie, of Melbourne, and was a gift of Mr. H. Kent Hughes, in memory of the late Lady Edith Ferguson.”