Windows made by Drake

This includes windows by

  1. Drake
  2. Drake, Frederick
  3. Drake, Maurice
  4. Drake, Wilfred

In Cornwall

Camborne, St John the Baptist
  1. East,
  2. [unknown location],
Cubert, St Cubert
  1. South aisle 1, , two lights, Salutation of BVM
North Tamerton, St Denis
  1. South aisle west, , three lights, Suffer Little Children.
Poughill, St Olaf King and Martyr
  1. North aisle east (vestry), , three lights, Transfiguration
St Dominick, St Dominica
  1. Chancel east, , four lights, The four Evangelists above their symbols:
    2a. St Matthew 2b. St Mark 2c. St Luke 2d. St John the Evangelist
    1a. Angel—symbol of St Matthew 1b. Winged lion—symbol of St Mark 1c. Winged bull—symbol of St Luke 1d. Eagle—symbol of St John the Evangelist
St Martin-by-Looe, St Keyne and St Martin
  1. Chancel north, , three lights, Decorated quarries with biblical texts
St Tudy, St Tudius
  1. South aisle 4, , three lights, Elijah restoring the son of the widow of Zarephath : St Luke : Raising of Jairus’ daughter
Sancreed, St Sancredus
  1. South aisle 1, , three lights,
    2a. St Piran 2b. Blessed Virgin Mary 2c. St Margaret of Scotland
    1a. Arms, crest and motto of Rogers 1b. Fragments of glass from church windows in Amiens after German bombardment, 1c. Arms, crest and motto of Stuart
Truro, All Saints, Highertown
  1. Porch 1, , single light, BVM and infant Jesus
  2. Porch 2, , single light, Good Shepherd
  3. Vestry, , single light, Risen Christ : angel of the Resurrection roundel
  4. Porch 3, , single light, Angel of the Resurrection

Outside Cornwall

These are mostly windows that have some connection with Cornwall; it is not intended to be a complete list.

Cullompton, St Andrew
  1. Chancel east, , five lights, New Testament scenes above Old Testament scenes
    1. Parable of the Sower (Matthew 13:3–23) over Abraham and Isaac (Genesis 22:12)
    2. Parable of the Lost Sheep (Luke 15:3–7) over Aaron confessing the sins of the Israelites in the temple (Leviticus 16:20–22)
    3. Andrew tells his brother Peter of finding Christ (John 1:40–41) over Moses and the serpent
    4. Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:30–37) over Appointment of cities of refuge (Joshua 20)
    5. Parable of the Pharisee and the publican (Luke 18:10–14) over curing Naaman of leprosy (Ⅱ Kings 5:9–14)
Tavistock, St Eustachius
  1. Lady Chapel south 2, , three lights,
    a. St Rumon, patronal saint of Tavistock Abbey, dressed as bishop
    b. Blessed Virgin Mary with Infant Jesus
    c. St Eustachius, patronal saint of the church, dressed as a soldier, holding martyr’s palm frond
  2. North aisle 3, , three lights, Christ’s Sermon on the Mount (FH).
Tiverton, St Peter
  1. North aisle west, , five lights, Scenes from the life of St Peter.
    a. Christ saves Peter from drowning
    b. Peter and John heal a lame beggar at the Beautiful Gate of the temple
    c. Christ as the Good Shepherd
    d. Christ gives the keys of heaven to Peter
    e. The angel leads Peter past the sleeping guard
  2. South aisle east, , six lights, Scenes from the Passion.
    1. Scourging
    2. Crowning with thorns
    3. Bearing the Cross
    4. Crucifixion
    5. Descent from the Cross
    6. Entombment
  3. Vestry, , single light (D).
  4. Vestry, , single light (D).
  5. North Chapel east, , three lights, The Transfiguration (N).
  6. South aisle 1, , four lights,
    1. Left-hand pair of lights: Crucifixion with three Marys over baptism of Christ
    2. Right-hand pair of lights: Moses and the serpent over Moses bringing water from the rock
  7. North aisle 1, , four lights,
    1. Christ at the well with the woman of Samaria
    2. Christ at the house of Mary and Martha at Bethany
    3. Woman touching the hem of Christ’s garment
    4. Christ meeting Mary and Martha after the death of Lazarus
    above the Last Supper (N).
  8. North aisle, , four lights,
    1. Mary the wife of Cleophas with her sons
    2. Blessed Virgin Mary
    3. Mary Magdalene
    4. Mary of Bethany and her sister Martha
  9. North aisle, , four lights, Four Evangelists
    1. St Matthew
    2. St Mark
    3. St Luke
    4. St John