Windows made by Wailes, William

In Cornwall

Breage, St Breaca
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, Adoration of the Magi : Christ and the Doctors in the Temple : Suffer little children
  2. South aisle west, , four lights, Wedding at Cana : decorative roundels in patterned quarries above and below.
Charlestown, St Paul
  1. Chancel east, [unknown date], three lights, Figures set in decorative grisaille panels with borders
    a. St Peter
    b. Christ as Salvator Mundi
    c. St Paul
    (FH).
Devoran, St John the Evangelist and St Petroc
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, (Lancets) Medallions of Crucifixion : Resurrection : Ascension set in grisaille patterns
  2. Chancel south 1, , single light, Grisaille (as in Chancel east)
  3. Chancel south 2, , single light, Grisaille (as in Chancel east)
  4. Nave south 1, , two lights, (Lancets) Geometric patterns (as in West).
  5. Nave south 2, , two lights, (Lancets) Geometric patterns (as in West).
  6. West, , three lights, (Lancets) Medallions of Baptism of Christ : Suffer little children : Christ and Mary Magdalene set in geometric patterns
  7. Nave north 3, , two lights, (Lancets) Geometric patterns (as in West).
  8. Nave north 2, , two lights, (Lancets) Geometric patterns (as in West).
  9. Nave north 1, , two lights, (Lancets) Geometric patterns (as in West).
Gorran, St Goranus
  1. South aisle 2, , three lights, The Parable of the Good Samaritan
  2. South aisle 3, , three lights, Nehemiah exhorts the Jews to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem
Grade, Holy Cross
  1. South aisle 1, , single light, Good Shepherd
Gwennap, St Wenappa
  1. North aisle east, , four lights,
    a. Soldier kneeling outdoors worshipping the sun?
    b. David fighting Goliath
    c. The archangel Michael fighting Satan
    d. Soldier kneeling in church in Christian prayer
  2. Chancel east, , four lights, Scenes from the life of Christ above the parable of the Good Samaritan.
    3a. Phoenix as a symbol of Christ 3b. Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω) symbols of God the Father 3c. IHS monogram: symbol of Christ 3d. Agnus Dei: symbol of Christ
    2a. Transfiguration: Moses and Elijah appear on either side of Christ 2b. Resurrection: Christ arises from the grave 2c. Christ ascends into heaven; apostles beneath 2d. Entry into Jerusalem
    1a. The Parable of the Good Samaritan: the priest/Levite pass by without attending to the wounded man 1b. The parable of the Good Samaritan: the Samaritan tends the wounds of the traveller 1c. The parable of the Good Samaritan: the Samaritan takes the wounded man to the inn 1d. The parable of the Good Samaritan: the Samaritan pays the innkeeper
Kenwyn, St Keyne or St Cuby
  1. South aisle west, , two lights, Commissions to Peter: Feed my lambs; feed my sheep.
  2. Tower west, , three lights, Arms :- Trist (1776) and Milles (1781) : Browne (1850), Vautier (1857) and churchwarden Edward Carlyon (1847) : curate Polwhele and Cornish (1828).
Launceston, St Mary Magdalene
  1. South Chapel east, , four lights,
    3a. Angel—symbol of St Matthew 3d. Eagle—symbol of St John the Evangelist
    2a. Agnus Dei: symbol of Christ 2b, 2c. Noli me tangere 2d. Pelican in her piety—symbol of Charity
    1a. Winged lion—symbol of St Mark 1b. Arms of Roe 1c. Hatchment: arms of Roe impaling unidentified arms 1d. Winged bull—symbol of St Luke
    (N).
  2. North aisle east, , four lights, Angel and three Marys at the Tomb (N).
Lostwithiel, St Bartholomew
  1. North aisle 1, , four lights,
    a. Christ is laid down–descent from the cross
    b. Preparations for Christ’s entombment
    c. Resurrection: Christ arises from the grave
    d. The Ascension
  2. North aisle east, , three lights,
    2a. St Matthew b. Crucifixion 2c. St Luke
    1a. St Mark 1c. St John the Evangelist
  3. South Chapel east, , three lights, David and Jonathan : King David : Death of Jonathan
Par, St Mary the Virgin
  1. Chancel east 1, , single light,
    3. Angel—symbol of St Matthew
    2. Scourging of Christ at the pillar
    1. Winged bull—symbol of St Luke
  2. Chancel east 2, , single light,
    3. Agnus Dei: symbol of Christ
    2. Crucifixion with Mary and John on either side of the cross
    1. Pelican in her piety—symbol of Charity
  3. Chancel east 3, , single light,
    3. Winged lion—symbol of St Mark
    2. Christ bearing the cross
    1. Eagle—symbol of St John the Evangelist
  4. Chancel south 1, , single light, BVM and child
  5. Chancel south 2, , single light, St Anna
  6. Chancel south sedilia, , single light, Christ’s commission to Peter: “Feed my sheep”
  7. Chancel south 3, , single light, St Alban
  8. Chancel south 4, , single light, St Blaise, bishop of Sebaste
  9. Chancel north 3, , single light, St Peter
  10. Chancel north 2, , single light, St Andrew, patronal saint of Tywardreath
  11. Chancel north 1, , single light, St Stephen
Phillack, St Felicitas
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, BVM : Crucifixion : St John the Evangelist (John 19:25).
  2. South aisle 1, , three lights, Three Marys : Risen Christ : Two angels
  3. South aisle 2, , two lights, St Felicitas and her seven sons (BVM with the Holy Innocents)
Probus, St Probus and St Grace
  1. Tower west, , four lights, The four Evangelists and 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
  2. North aisle west, , three lights,
    3b. Agnus Dei: symbol of Christ
    2a. Angel—symbol of St Matthew 2b. Pelican in her piety—symbol of Charity 2c. Eagle—symbol of St John the Evangelist
    1a. Winged lion—symbol of St Mark 1b. Two interlocked triangles, a symbol of the Holy Trinity 1c. Winged bull—symbol of St Luke
  3. North aisle 3, , three lights, Events from the life of Christ at about the same age as the dedicatee.
    2a. Journey of Mary, Joseph and Christ to Jerusalem 2b. Christ found by his parents with the doctors in the temple 2c. Joseph with Jesus and Mary in his carpenter’s workshop
    1a. Angel holding banner 1b. Angel holding banner 1c. Angel holding banner
  4. North Chapel north 2, , four lights,
    3. Biblical texts on scrolls
    2a. St Matthew 2b. St Mark 2c. St Luke 2d. St John the Evangelist
    1. Arms of the dedicatee’s parents, grandparents, great grandparents and great great grandparents
Ruan Lanihorne, St Rumonos
  1. South transept east, [unknown date], three lights, Peter : BVM and child : John
  2. South transept south, , three lights, Agony in Gethsemane : Good Shepherd : Jude and Simon
St Agnes, St Agnes
  1. South aisle west, , three lights, Three scenes from the life of Christ as a boy (Lowliness of his handmaiden, went up to Jerusalem, known holy scriptures)
St Mewan, St Mewan
  1. Nave north 2, 1860s, three lights,
    a. Christ found by his parents with the doctors in the temple
    b. Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan
    c. Christ talking with Nicodemus at night
Sheviock, Blessed Virgin Mary
  1. Chancel east, , five lights, SS Peter : BVM : Salvator Mundi : John : Paul. Lower scenes - Seizure of Christ in Gethsemane : Binding of Christ : Crucifixion : Deposition : Interment
  2. Chancel south 1, , two lights, Suffer little children above Celebration of Eucharist : Last Supper above Celebration of Baptism
  3. Chancel south 2, , two lights, SS Stephen : Alban with three angels blowing trumpets in canopy above both
Treleigh, St Stephen
  1. Chancel apse (lancets), , three lights, SS Peter : Stephen : John

Outside Cornwall

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

Leeds, St Peter
  1. Sanctuary south 1, , three lights,
    4a. Resurrection: Christ arises from the grave 4b. Crucifixion with Mary and John on either side of the cross 4c. Christ aloft in the sky—Ascension
    3a. Jonah is cast on dry land after three days in the whale 3b. Abraham has his hand raised to kill Isaac 3c. Elijah is carried up to heaven in a chariot with horses of fire
    2a. Adoration of the shepherds 2b. Adoration of the Magi 2c. Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan
    1a. An angel expels Adam and Eve from Eden 1b. 1c. Moses strikes water from the rock
    (FH).
Tavistock, St Eustachius
  1. Lady Chapel east, , five lights,
    2. Christ aloft in the sky—Ascension
    1a. Angel holding scroll 1b, 1c, 1d. Bearing of Christ’s body to the grave 1e. Angel holding scroll
    (FH).