stain glass window in the north gable was gifted by the last
laird of the direct Udny line in memory of his wife Amy
(who gifted the clock). The window was built by Clayton & Bell
and was installed in 1926.
The two figures depicted in the window are that of St. Machar
and Dorcas. St. Macher was a Celtic missionary who brought Christianity
to the North East of Scotland. Dorcas (Acts 9 verses 36-39) was
renowned for her good works, helping the poor and needy. Her beauty
seen in the window was reflected by the lady memorialised here.
There is an interesting link between these two saints and the
Christian hope of the resurrection life, was that both of them had
experiences of life out of death.
either side of the window are two marble tablets, one placed
by the Laird of Udny in memory of his nephew Lt. Richard Udny
died at the age of 18 from wounds received in the first world war.
The second tablet is a memorial to the late Laird himself placed
by Lord Belhaven and Stenton who inherited the Udny and Dudwick
estates on the death of Udny in 1934.