Windows made by Willimott, William

In Cornwall

Gorran, St Goranus
  1. [unknown location], , three lights, Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω) symbols of God the Father, Agnus Dei: symbol of Christ, Pelican in her piety—symbol of Charity (D).
Gorran Haven, St Just
  1. Chancel east, [unknown date], three lights, Diagonal texts, all relating to the sea, set in grisaille quarries above and below narrative scenes:
    a. Miraculous draught of fishes
    b. Christ saves Peter from drowning
    c. Calling of Peter and Andrew by Christ (Gorran Haven in background)
Grade, Holy Cross
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, Geometric panels (L) and (R) lights: Crucifixion centre light
Old Kea
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, Resurrection : Crucifixion : Ascension. Grisaille and geometric patterns below.
  2. Nave west, , single light, Good Shepherd
Quethiock, St Hugh (Hugo)
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, Ascension
  2. Chancel south 1, , single light, St Hugh and swan, with angel above
  3. South transept 2, , two lights, Baptism of Christ : Nativity
  4. Tower west, , three lights, Last Judgement
  5. South transept east, , three lights, Te Deum inscription. SS Peter/Paul : Isaiah/Jeremiah : Stephen/James
  6. South transept south, , three lights, Abraham and Isaac above Entry into Jerusalem : Christ with the Doctors above Transfiguration : Last Supper above doubting Thomas; all below three angels in canopies.
  7. North aisle 1, , three lights, Three scenes of Conversion of Saul on the road to Damascus
  8. North Chapel east, , three lights, Illustration of a verse of the Te Deum.
    3a. 3b. 3c.
    2a. St George, St Germanus of Auxerre 2b. St Piran, St Petroc 2c. St Athanasius, St Gregory
    1a. 1b. 1c. St Cyril, St Cyprian
  9. North transept north, , three lights, St Cadoc scenes - Viewing Holy City : Preaching : Building monastry of Llancarvon
St Michael Caerhays, St Michael
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, Bearing the Cross above the Entry into Jerusalem
  2. South aisle east, , three lights, Scenes from the life of John the Baptist.
    2a. Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan 2b. John the Baptist preaching 2c. John the Baptist identifies Christ as the Lamb of God
    1a. Zacharias writes John’s name 1b. John the Baptist baptising 1c. John the Baptist reproaches Herod Antipas and Herodias
  3. South aisle 1, , three lights, Centre - St Michael. Side lights - roundels of Agnus Dei, Trinity (Star of David) ; Cross, Dove in decorative panels.
  4. South aisle 2, , three lights, Mandela insert of Elijah in chariot with Elisha above St Paul on Mars hill : Christ in Majesty above Crucifixion above Good Shepherd : Baptism of Christ above John the Baptist (?) all in grisaille quarries.
  5. South aisle west, , three lights, Geometric patterns
  6. Nave south, , single light, Presentation in the Temple (painted roundel, rather faded) in grisaille quarries
  7. Tower west, , three lights, SS Peter : John ? (face very faded) : Paul
  8. Nave north, , single light, Suffer little children (painted roundel, much better condition than 06) in grisaille quarries
  9. North transept north, , three lights, SS Matthew : Mark : Paul.
Temple, St Catherine
  1. Nave north 1, , two lights, Good Shepherd : Sower
Truro, Bishop Phillpotts’ Library
  1. [unknown location], [unknown date], Arms, emblems, etc.:
    Truro Duchy of Cornwall
    Revd Preb James Ford,
    major donor to library
    Viscount Portman,
    Lord Warden of the Stannaries
    Edward Benson
    as bishop of Truro
    Henry Phillpotts
    as bishop of Exeter
    Flowers and foliage