Windows made by Bacon, Percy

This includes windows by

  1. Percy Bacon Ltd
  2. Percy Bacon and Brothers Ltd
  3. Percy Bacon and Brothers Ltd, designed by GH Fellowes Prynne
  4. Percy Bacon Ltd, designed by GH Fellowes Prynne

In Cornwall

Antony, St James the Great
  1. North aisle east, , three lights,
    a. Adoration of the shepherds
    b. Adoration of the Christ-child by Mary and Joseph, with angels
    c. Adoration of the Magi
    (N).
Bude Haven, St Michael and All Angels
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, “The Church Triumphant”
    1. BVM and St John above SS Jerome and Polycarp
    2. Christ in majesty with Michael and Gabriel
    3. SS Peter and Paul above Augustine and Athanasius
Chynhale, Wesleyan Chapel
  1. West 1, , two lights,
    a. St George
    b. Samuel
    (FH).
Duloe, St Cuby and St Leonard
  1. Chancel south 2, , three lights,
    a. Faith
    b. Charity
    c. Hope
    (FA).
  2. Nave south 1, , three lights,
    a. Blessed Virgin Mary
    b. St Cuby
    c. St Peter
  3. Chancel south 1, , three lights,
    a. David playing harp
    b. St Paul
    c. Isaiah
Egloskerry, St Petroc and St Keri
  1. Chancel east, , four lights, Gabriel : Raphael : Uriel : Michael
Kea, All Hallows
  1. Chancel east, , five lights,
    2a. Isaiah, Jeremiah 2b. St John the Baptist, Blessed Virgin Mary 2c. Christ 2d. St John the Evangelist, St Mary Magdalene 2e. Ezekiel, “Great Unknown”
    1a. St Peter, St Paul 1b. St George, St Piran 1c. The Archangel Gabriel, The Archangel Michael 1d. St Kea, King Arthur 1e. Henry Martyn, John Gott
    (FH).
Kenwyn, St Keyne or St Cuby
  1. Chancel south, , single light, Virgin and child
  2. South transept east, , single light, St Luke
Ladock, St Ladoca
  1. South aisle 5, , three lights, Presentation in the Temple
  2. South aisle 2, , three lights, Dorothy : Christ with child : Charity
Laneast, St Sidwell
  1. South aisle east, , three lights,
    a. St Sativola (Sidwell)
    b. Virgin Mary and infant Jesus
    c. St George
Launceston, St Mary Magdalene
  1. South Chapel south 1, , four lights, Scenes from Christ’s early life
    2a. Flight into Egypt 2b. Joseph with the infant Jesus in his cradle 2c. Mary teaching Jesus to walk 2d. Jesus at prayer in the precincts of the temple
    1a. The Christ-child playing 1b. Fetching water from the well 1c. At school 1d. Christ with the doctors in the temple
    (N).
Mawgan-in-Pydar, St Mawgan (and St Nicholas)
  1. Chancel east, , five lights,
    2a. King Alfred 2b. St James the Great 2c. Christ with chalice and Host 2d. St Peter 2e. St George
    1a. St Paul 1b. St Patrick 1c. Blessed Virgin Mary 1d. St Augustine of Canterbury 1e. St Columba
    (FH).
  2. Nave north 1, , three lights,
    a. St Anne, mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary
    b. Virgin Mary and infant Jesus
    c. St Joseph
Menheniot, St Lalluwy
  1. North aisle 2, , three lights,
    2a. St Andrew 2b. St George 2c. St David
    1a. Andrew is called by Christ 1b. George slays the dragon 1c. David converts the Welsh to Christianity
    (FH).
  2. North aisle 3, , three lights,
    2a. Sir Galahad 2b. King Arthur 2c. Sir Percival
    1a. Sir Galahad and the vision of the Holy Grail 1b. King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table 1c. Sir Percival on horseback
    (FH).
  3. North aisle 4, , three lights,
    2a. King Alfred 2b. Joseph (Old Testament prophet) 2c. St Thomas
    1a. King Alfred vows to send alms to St Thomas in India. 1b. Joseph interprets the dreams of the Pharaoh’s butler and baker 1c. Thomas and the palace of King Gondophares
    (FH).
Penzance, St John the Baptist
  1. South aisle 1, , two lights, BVM and Child : St John the Evangelist
Redruth, St Euny
  1. North aisle 2, , three lights,
    a. St Uny
    b. Virgin Mary and infant Jesus
    c. St Francis of Assisi
St Columb Major, St Columba
  1. Chancel east, , five lights, Christ in Majesty, surrounded by angels and saints.
    2a. Abraham, Moses 2b. St John the Evangelist, Blessed Virgin Mary 2c. Christ 2d. St Mary Magdalene, St John the Baptist 2e. King Solomon, King David
    1a. St Alban, William Laud, St George. 1b. St Peter, Venerable Bede, St Paul 1c. SS Probus, Columba, Grace 1d. SS Luke, Boniface, Stephen 1e. St Germanus, King Charles I, St Petroc
  2. South Chapel east, , three lights, Angels : BVM and child : Angels
  3. South aisle 2, , three lights, Baptism of Christ with attendant angels
  4. North transept, , four lights,
    2a. St Patrick 2b. St Andrew 2c. St George 2d. St David
    1a. Scene from the life of St Patrick 1b. Andrew is called by Christ 1c. George slays the dragon 1d. David converts the Welsh to Christianity
    (FH).
  5. South Chapel south 1, , three lights, Annunciation
St Ive, St Ivo
  1. Chancel east, , five lights,
    2a. St Augustine of Canterbury, St Ive 2b. Blessed Virgin Mary, St Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist 2c. Christ as Salvator Mundi 2d. St Mary Magdalene, St Agnes 2e. St Neot, St Germanus of Auxerre
    1a. St Matthew, Angel—symbol of St Matthew, St Mark, Winged lion—symbol of St Mark 1b. St Andrew, St Peter 1c. The Archangel Gabriel, The Archangel Michael 1d. St Paul, St Stephen 1e. St Luke, Winged bull—symbol of St Luke, St John the Evangelist, Eagle—symbol of St John the Evangelist
    (FH).
St Ives, St Ia the Virgin
  1. Lady Chapel east, , four lights, Adoration of the shepherds and Magi
St Kew, St James the Great
  1. Chancel south, , four lights,
    2a. St Peter 2b. St Kew 2c. St James the Great 2d. Blessed Virgin Mary
    1a. Symbol of St Peter: crossed keys 1b. Symbol of St Kew: bear 1c. Symbol of St James the Great: pilgrim’s scallop shell 1d. Symbol of Blessed Virgin Mary: lilies
St Stephen-by-Launceston, St Stephen
  1. Chancel east, , five lights,
    a. War b. Devastation 2c. Christ d. Peace e. Plenty
    1c. The Archangel Michael
St Wenn, St Wenna
  1. South Chapel east, , three lights, Christ in central light with parable of Good Samaritan in outer lights
    a. Priest and Levite passing by on the other side
    b. Come unto Me all ye that are weary
    c. Good Samaritan with victim
  2. South Chapel south, , three lights, Suffer little children

Outside Cornwall

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

Littleham, St Margaret and St Andrew
  1. Nave south, , three lights, Three Marys.
    a. St Mary Magdalene
    b. Blessed Virgin Mary
    c. Mary the sister of Lazarus
    (FH).
  2. Nave south, , three lights,
    a. St John the Baptist
    b. St John the Evangelist
    c. St Mark
    (FH).
Waddesdon, St Michael and All Angels
  1. Chancel east, , three lights,
    2a. Blessed Virgin Mary, St John the Evangelist 2b. Christ as Salvator Mundi 2c. St Joseph, St Mary Magdalene
    1a. King David, holding ?scroll, Isaiah, holding hot coal in tongs (Isaiah 6:6) 1b. The Archangel Michael 1c. St Peter, St Paul
    (FH).