Liskeard, St Martin

n8. North aisle 3

Entries in grey are not obtained from documentary evidence, but are inferred from content, context, etc.

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
4
Maker
Ward & Hughes
Main subject
2a, 2b. Martha meets Christ at the gate of Bethany 2c, 2d. Christ’s answer to Martha
1a. Angel holding scroll 1b. Angel holding scroll 1c. Angel holding scroll 1d. Angel holding scroll
Tracery subject
B. Angel holding crown
A1. Angel playing harp
A2. Angel playing lute
Donor
Sisters of dedicatees:
  1. Elizabeth Pedler, daughter of William Pedler of Liskeard (surgeon and former mayor of Liskeard), died aged 90
  2. Frances Gidley Pedler, third daughter of William Pedler died aged 89
  3. Anne Pedler, youngest daughter of William Pedler, died aged 81
Dedicatee
  1. Mary Pedler, died aged 49.
  2. Edward Hoblyn Pedler, former solicitor, author of The Anglo-Saxon Episcopate of Cornwall , London, John Petheram, , died aged 61.
  3. Sarah Pedler, died aged 71.
Notes
  1. Death of William Pedler of Liskeard, surgeon, father of the six Pedler siblings, member of Liskeard Corporation and four times mayor of Liskeard on aged 72, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3, Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette p 3
  2. Death of Mary Pedler, sister of EH Pedler, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 5
  3. Death of Edward Hoblyn Pedler, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 8, Cornish Times p 4, Cornish Times p 4
  4. Poem In memoriam Eduardi H. Pedler, Armig., Royal Cornwall Gazette p 6
  5. Death of Sarah Pedler, sister of late Edward Hoblyn Pedler, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4
  6. To by completed by about , Western Morning News p 3, West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser p 5, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 5, £250.
  7. Maker, insertion, donors, dedicatees, subjects Western Morning News p 4, West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser p 8
  8. Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 157. Heard & Sons, Truro (D/E/3/1, D/E/4/1, TCM/1257/2) (no date given probably or late ). Two Painted Windows have been erected in the Church by members of the Glencross and Pedler families, respectively. The Glencross window is Lady Chapel east .
  9. Death of Elizabeth Pedler, sister of late Edward Hoblyn Pedler, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 5
  10. The two surviving donors of this window, Frances Gidley Pedler and Anne Pedler, in donated Baptistry 4 in Truro Cathedral
  11. Death of Frances Gidley Pedler, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 5, Western Morning News p 1 (no date given).
  12. Mentioned during report of reopening after next restoration Cornish Times p 4, Western Morning News p 8, West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser p 2.
  13. CG. Several of figures have lost facial features.
  14. Image of window.

I am the resurrection and the life St John XI 25 (John 11:25)

In loving remembrance of Edward Hoblyn Pedler who died Sarah Pedler who died and Mary Pedler who died erected by their surviving sisters

In the bottom left-hand corner, to the left of the dedication, are the arms (or, a castle sable a bordure of the second bezantée) of Gidley (Burke, Bernard, The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, p 398. , London, Harrison & Sons) which one or more of the Pedler siblings had presumably inherited the right to use. The same arms appear on a memorial plaque in Truro Cathedral, on the east side of the stairwell between the north quire aisle and the crypt, in memory of Edward Hoblyn Pedler, and recording the bequest of £15,000 to the Cathedral by Anne Pedler, the last surviving sibling. A memorial in Liskeard church in memory of the siblings’ parents, William Pedler (surgeon and four times mayor of Liskeard) and Sarah Pedler, née Hobling, records that William Pedler’s parents were William Pedler and Hannah Pedler, née Gidley (J Polsue, A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall, vol III p 136. William Lake, Truro, ).

Thy brother shall rise again (John 11:23).

2a, 2b. The raising of Lazarus. Martha comes out to meet Jesus while, in the background (top left), Mary stays in the house.

Mary hath chosen that good part (Luke 10:42).

2c, 2d. Christ’s answer to Martha who complains about Mary.