Bude Haven, St Michael and All Angels

Nave south 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
1
Maker
Hardman, John
Main subject
  1. BVM and child
  2. Annunciation
Donor
“Parents and friends”
Dedicatee
Miss Frances Elizabeth Scott of The Villa, Bude, eldest daughter of Revd James Woodward Scott, vicar of Bettiscombe, Dorset, died
Notes
  1. Death of dedicatee p 5.
  2. Truro Diocesan Faculty 15/10/1909, cites “north side” [25 years before 1934 insertion: is this the same window?].
  3. Memorial window to Frances Elizabeth Scott to be unveiled , Cornish & Devon Post p 1.
  4. Manufacturer from Some stained glass windows executed within the past twenty years , p 30. London, The British Society of Master Glass Painters, (“Single light on N. side”) [but four years before 1934 insertion: is this the same window?] and Hardman Archive Glass Order Book MS 175/A/3/2/1 .
  5. CH, 1935 : 26.
  6. Manufacturer, insertion (1934) from A directory of stained glass windows executed within the past twenty years , p 32. London, The British Society of Master Glass-Painters, (“2-lancet lights on S. side”) and A directory of stained glass windows executed within the past twenty years , p 31. London, The British Society of Master Glass-Painters, (“Two lancet lights on S. side”) seems more likely for 1934 insertion, probably not this window, unveiled 1909. BSMGP 1939 and 1949 both state two lights, so cannot be all of Nave south 1 to 4 inclusive if both entries refer to the same two windows.
  7. Unlike windows 03 and 04, not actually labelled “Faith”, but part of that sequence.