Penzance, St Paul

Historic England grade II, list entry 1393736.


Location map.

GPS coordinates: (50.120298, -5.539586)

Notes on the church

  1. Church being built, The Ecclesiologist, No XVI,XVII November 1842, p 57 (The new Chapel, Penzance). The windows will all in time, the east and west immediately, be filled with stained glass, by Mr. Willement: the glazing will be taken from patterns at Nüremberg.
  2. Opened Easter Tuesday Royal Cornwall Gazette p 2, Manchester and Salford Advertiser p 3 (windows by Willement).
  3. Opened , J Polsue, A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall, vol III p 233. William Lake, Truro, .
  4. New aisle to be added Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3.
  5. Mention of photographs in Church Monthly (probably issue), Cornishman p 7.
  6. Reopened , after enlargement, architect JW Trounson of Penzance, as part of jubilee celebration of the building of the church, Cornishman p 5, Cornish Telegraph p 5.
  7. Reginald Dick invited to prepare designs for decoration of the chancel, Cornish Telegraph p 8, Cornish Telegraph p 6, Cornishman p 2.
  8. Redundant church .

The windows are listed starting from liturgical east and going round clockwise, looking down on the building from above. Insertion dates are given when a window has been replaced.