Mawgan-in-Pydar, St Mawgan (and St Nicholas)

s6. South aisle 1

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
Maile, G
Main subject
  1. St Mawgan
  2. Dorcas
  3. St Nicholas
Tracery subject
  1. Probably a Celtic altar cross, a reference to St Mawgan
  2. Book with inscription The Word was made Flesh (John 1:14) and three money bags, a symbol of St Nicholas.
Sir Alexander Keith Carlyon of Roselyon, Mount Park, Harrow, son of Philip Carlyon, husband of Julia Carlyon
  1. Revd Philip Carlyon of Penzance House, Falmouth, died aged 102
  2. Dame Julia Ann Augusta Carlyon, died
  1. Death of Revd Philip Carlyon, Dundee Courier p 8, Devon and Exeter Gazette p 5, Western Times p 4, Cornish Guardian p 8, Western Times p 3
  2. Death of Lady Julia Carlyon, Uxbridge and West Drayton Gazette p 11
  3. Truro Diocesan Faculty Petition 11/1/1933 : Truro Diocesan Faculty 2/3/1933. D/R/101/1–2, drawing.
  4. Maker’s mark.
  5. Insertion, donor, dedicatees, maker, Cornish Guardian p 10, Uxbridge and West Drayton Gazette p 10.
  6. Baring-Gould S, Fisher John. The Lives of the British Saints, Vol III, p 449, St Mawgan. London, The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, . Specifies how St Mawgan should be represented in art.