A. L. Moore
Arthur Louis Moore (1849–24 March 1939) was an English glass-maker who specialised in stained glass windows.
Moore was born in Brixton, London, one of nine children of a Clerkenwell clockmaker, and in 1871 he founded, along with a Mr. S. Gibbs, the London company of Gibbs and Moore, glassmakers. In subsequent years Moore seems to have worked on his own, operating as A. L. Moore, Glass Painters and Decorators from premises at 89 Southampton Row, London.
Moore was joined by his son Charles Eustace Moore (1880–1956) in 1896, when the company became known as A. L. Moore and Son. Their premises in Bedford Way, Russell Square, London were bombed in 1940, but under C. E. Moore the business continued until 1952.
Over the course of their careers the Moores produced over 1,000 windows in the UK and 100 overseas.
Moore died on 24 March 1939 in St Albans, Hertfordshire aged 89.
Windows (incomplete list)
- Cotmanhay and Shipley, Christ Church
- Barnstaple Newport. St John the Baptist, west window.
- St Luke's Church, Royal Hospital Haslar
Isle of Wight
- Gurnard: All Saints Church
- Bottesford: St Mary's Church, east window
- South Witham: St John the Baptist's Church, east window (CEM)
- Lincoln: St Swithin's, west window. 
- Church of S.S. Peter & Paul, Harlington
- Brinton: St Andrew's Church
- Goathland: St Mary's Church
- Over Silton: St Mary's Church
- Spittal: St Mary's Church
- Dormansland: St John the Evangelist's Church
East & West Sussex
- Brighton: St John the Evangelist's Church, Preston Village (CEM)
- Brighton: St Luke's Church, Queen's Park
- Burwash Weald: St Philip's Church
- Crawley: St Peter's Church, West Green
- Ditchling: St Margaret's Church
- Eastbourne: St Mary's Church, Old Town (CEM)
- Heathfield: All Saints Church
- Hove: St John the Baptist's Church, Palmeira Square
- Lancing: St Michael and All Angels Church
- Netherfield: St John the Baptist's Church
- Partridge Green: St Michael and All Angels Church
- Pevensey: St Nicholas' Church
- Rotherfield: St Denys' Church
- Salehurst: St Mary the Virgin's Church
- Sayers Common: Christ Church
- Steyning: St Andrew and St Cuthman's Church
- Wisborough Green: St Peter ad Vincula Church
- Worthing: St Botolph's Church, Heene
- Trowbridge: Holy Trinity Church
- Carrick Parish Church, Limavady, chancel window.
- Derry: St Columb's Cathedral, Saint Columba window in the side chapel.
- Kildare: St. Brigid's Cathedral
Other decorative items (incomplete list)
- Trowbridge: Holy Trinity Church (High altar reredos with credence table, Bishop’s stall and sedilia)
Reredos in All Saints Chapel, Holy Trinity Church Trowbridge. 1914
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- General Register Office, Index of Deaths, 1939 Q1, Volume 3A, Page 1434.
- Historic England. "St Swithin's Church, Free School Lane, Lincoln (Grade II*) (1388543)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 4 March 2019.
- Art Glass Stained Glass Studio, restoration and conservation. Mr P Coyle.
- Rowan, Alistair (2003). North West Ulster. Yale University Press. p. 380. ISBN 0-300-09667-4.
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- Morton, William W., ed. (2001). St. Columb's Cathedral Londonderry Millennium Historical Guide. A. S. Bell Publishing. p. 47.
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