Menheniot, St Lalluwy

n7. North aisle 2

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

Listed in the Imperial War Museum’s Register of War Memorials, reference 90881.

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
3
Maker
Percy Bacon Bros, designed by GH Fellowes Prynne
Main subject
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
Tracery subject
A1. Red rose
A2. Arms and motto (One and all) of the Duchy of Cornwall
A3. Angel holding chalice
A4. Angel holding host
A5. Arms and motto (Sermoni consona facta, Deeds answering to words) of Trelawny
A6. Red rose
Subject type
Figurative historical
Donor
  1. Revd FE Trelawny (father of dedicatee)
  2. Mrs Trelawny (mother of dedicatee)
  3. Miss Trelawny (sister of dedicatee)
  4. Mr HA Benyon of Berkshire (uncle of dedicatee)
  5. Mrs Benyon (aunt of dedicatee)
  6. Misses Benyon
Dedicatee
Lt Henry Wallace Trelawny, DCLI, killed in action at Beaurains, France, .
Design
Andrew is called by Christ (1a)
  1. . St Columb Major, St Columba, North transept. 1b.
George slays the dragon (1b)
  1. . St Columb Major, St Columba, North transept. 1c.
Notes
  1. Death of dedicatee, Western Morning News p 5.
  2. Truro Diocesan Faculty . Designer GH Fellowes Prynne.
  3. Insertion, donors, dedicatee, subjects, Western Morning News p 4.
  4. Manufacturer from Some stained glass windows executed within the past twenty years , p 8. London, The British Society of Master Glass Painters, .
  5. The design of 1c (David converts the Welsh to Christianity) is similar to that of St Column Major North transept 1d.
  6. Images of whole window and main lights.

Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life (Revelation 2:10)

Photograph copyright © www.cornish-churches.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Left-hand light. St Andrew. Photograph copyright © www.cornish-churches.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Centre light. St George, possibly a likeness of the dedicatee, Lt Trelawny. Photograph copyright © www.cornish-churches.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Right-hand light. St David. Photograph copyright © www.cornish-churches.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.