The two panels depict a blind man healed worshipping God and Christ healing a child. They are dedicated to Mr J. U. Casson, his wife Ellen Charlotte and their two sons. They died in 1887, 1888, 1890, & 1902. The panels were dedicated by a Miss Casson.
The words at the top of the panels are – ‘It is he that talketh with thee and he said Lord I believe’ and ‘For he that is least among you all, the same shall be great
The artist who designed all the panels was Frank Mann and made by James Powell and Sons.Archive of Art & Design (James Powell order book/cash book): 01/Sep/1977 p372