Liskeard, St Martin

n2. North Chapel east

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
Savell, Arthur, of London and Cambridge
Main subject
Christ preaching (behold the lilies in the field)
Tracery subject
Two angels with Alpha and Omega : six angels with musical instruments
  1. Frances Childs, daughter of Joseph Brown of Barton-on-Humber, widow of dedicatee
  2. Mr Borlase Childs, son of dedicatee
  3. Dr Childs, son of dedicatee
  4. Mr Walter Childs, son of dedicatee
  5. Mr John F Childs, son of dedicatee
Christopher Childs, third son of Joseph and Ann Childs (youngest daughter and on of the co-heiresses of George Borlase of Kirland), solicitor, died aged 62.
  1. Death of dedicatee, Cornish Times p 4, Cornish Telegraph p 2, Western Morning News p 4.
  2. Behind organ. CintW 14/12/1889
  3. Display of design of proposed window. Donor Mr Borlase Childs, dedicatees Mr Christopher Childs (father of donor) and his family generally, Cornish Times p 5, West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser p 11, Cornish Telegraph p 6, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 7, Cornish & Devon Post p 4.
  4. To be inserted, donor, Western Daily Mercury p 5.
  5. Insertion, maker (C & B), subject Royal Cornwall Gazette p 6.
  6. Insertion, maker (C & B), subject Western Daily Mercury p 6.
  7. Insertion, maker (A Savill & Co., of 20, Albany-street) Western Morning News p 8
  8. Insertion, maker (A Savell & Co., of 20, Albany-street), subject Cornish Times p 4.
  9. Insertion, maker, description of design (Messrs. A. Savill and Co., of 20, Albany-street, London.) West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser p 2.
  10. Insertion, donor, dedicatee, subject, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 6.